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SATURDAY. APRIL 4. IMS -
Seventh Day Adventtst
1202 East Market Street
110 Ireland Street
1901 McConnell Road
811 Baptist Street
507 Gillespie Street
803 Wilmington Street
1127 South ?edur Street
530 Florida Street
806 Market Street
1405 East Market Street
New Cedar Grove
1224 Retreat .Street* w , v
610 Beat Street '* * * \
Shllob ' ' *
730 SOuLh Ashe Street !
".- CATHOLIC '
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1414 Gorrell Street"'
Blah op Temple 7. ? ' ; .
211 Enst Street
t 505 HlRh Street :*A
CHURCH OF GOD ^
Church of God Id Christ
' s. 207 Gaat Street ' . '
Mount Calvary Church of
112 East Street"
i ' > -401 HlRh Street
: J EPISCOPAL ; :
^ Church "of the Redeemer ' :
\ A *1* 909% East Market' Street
< % HOLINESS
".* Christian Alliance f ' /
' ''"y ' 705 Best Street
j."*'- Lindsay Street
i, * :a* 001 Lindsay Street v
Mount Vernon Ty: >
515 Ssouth Street .. . ' '
Skenes' Chapel *
1024 East Market Street
t . . Gorrell Street True Holiness
. . -> 028 Sampson Street .
* Mount Zlon
i' " >y . 1519 McCounell Road
' Mount Plsgah * . . ;
. * 1107 Retreat Street f
.v.- While Oak
' Grace . Lutheran Memorial
, " Washlngton Street,' Corner.
;.i-v Benbow Road
v. . METHODIST
Bethel A. M. K.
138 North Began Street
' East Whttie Oak A- M. E.
IV ' - Zlon ' ' ?
J ' -r 111 Water Street
Mount Olivet A. M. E. Zlon
**> / 131 Beech Street
' V V Trinity A. M. E. Zlon
" 447 EaBt Washington Street..
frowning Chapel M. K.
. I r 1710 East Market Street
High Street M. E.
?*. 1014 East Lee Street
p. " 3T-; St Matthew M. E.
j..- <J01 South Aahe Street __ \?
V ' r; "Warren Street M. E.
; <K0 Warren Street
KC:'; o. M. A- Methodist
v 1120 Morris Street.
* St Phillip A. M. E Zlon
" 1211 South Ashe Street
* :/l- PRESBYTERIAN .
St- James ' 'V
^ . .UNDENOMir^^^INAL .
>:'th?w'* fealhenp pj-iall taCllfornla
ff^^ildl^and SumP ltVa* explained
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The Gruliani'Hull. located at }he
corner of. East Market uud Noobo
streets is a three-story brlrto structure
completed in. 1!(3U at a. cost of
approximately $130,000. "V*;1*
The followlng^classroom and Jalior'
RICE PtDDCSG. J.V
1 quart scalded milk. v"-'^ "f
1 cup boiled rice ,
% cup sugar'
1-4 tea spoon'salt - .
?2 eggs. ^
Itice may be^ cooked In waler ot;
milk., SnTt: arid eggs, slightly beaten.
1. tablespoon butter, may - be -added.
Flavor as desired. Bake or "steam In
buttered shallow baking dish, . till
firm.^Yolks only may be, used.
rlnguc may he added. If desired/'!
1 tablespoon gelatine *1 >
% cup sugar *'
1-4 teaspoon salt
2 cups milk
1 square chocolate
y* teaspoon vanilla.
Soak gelatine In % 'cup milk. Scald
In double boiler other 1 Vt cups milk,
salt and chocolate. Add to gelatine I
and stir until dissolved. Cool slight-1
ly and add vanilla. Pour Into a mold I
that itas been rinsed In cold water.
Chill until firm. One cup of evaporated
milk and one cup of water may
be tised'ln'place of the 2 cups of milk.
Pudding may be served with whipped
RHUBARB PIE. J
.1 pint rhubarb
1 cup sugar
1-4 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons flour
Wash rhubarb, cut Into % inch
pieces, ml* with other Ingredients.
Id he deep pie pan with pie crust. Fill
with mixture, being careful not to
heap up. Measure pan before mlvlng
Ingredients, so that no more may.be
prepared than pan will hold. May he
covered with an upper crust, or barred
with narrow strips of crust, or
baked In lower crust only, and meringue
added. Tn this case. 1 or 2 beaten
egg yolks are usually mixed with
COCOANUT CREAM PTE.
1% nips scalded milk.
1-8 cupsupnt^ \j ' r
1-4 teaspoon salt . 1 rr.Vj
cuj$ shredded cocoanut . , ^ it
2 tablespoons, cornstarch. ^
tolka 8 W.
14 tablespoon ^butter \"V*. 4
* '/j teaspoon vanilla
Add stiKsr. cornstarch and salt to
epj yolks. Pour scalded tnLlk into tlilaC
return to double hollei*,;'?tlr and cook
sntil thickened. Add the gutter, cocoannC
vanilla. Pour Into a pie-tin llneft
' with pastry. Bae In achot i>ven 4f?d
flejrr'ees fahrenhelt. untfL^the cnist Is
i setv;then're^u?j>*the tempera tnrc _*to
82S. The* pie may be"eoyemfwlth'iue.
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FUTURE OUTLOOK. GREENSBOR4
atorles are housed In this building:
Auto Mechanics. Carpentry. Cltrll En
gineering. Electrl<*al Engineering and
Radio. ludustrlal Arts. Machine Shop
Mechanical engineering. Mutlietuatica
Physics. Sheet Metal. Shoe Repairing
Dofenne bonds '"tolallnp ?2.138,33<
hare been sold In Greensboro nnd
rural Guilford, czclualre of High
Point, since the o|ienlng of the bonil
sales, according to a compilation made
yesterday by E. C." McLean, and N
S. Calhoun, co-chairmen of the Gullford
county-Greensboro committee ol
the defense savings staff, with co-operation
of the state director, Charles
H. Robertson. *
Progress lsvbeing made dally In the
sale of both bonds and stamps, but no
figure is given on stamps. There are
dozens of places selling stamps, making
it .impossible to compile actual
sales at any one time. There would,
also, be a duplication of figures Ir
the amount of bonds sold as the
stamps would later be cashed In foi
bonds. " * < .. '
It has been estimated thai there
are many thousands dollars worth ol
stamps in books.in this section whlcl!
have not yet been turned in for bonds
Sale of bonds has been going or
through the local post office. Gate
City Building aud Loan association
Home Federal Savings and Loan as
soclatlon. Home Industrial bank. Gullford
National bank. Security. National
hank, and Bank of Glbsonville. Fig
ores from the later bank, however
are not included In the total to date
The co-chairmen reported furtbei
progress made In the payroll dedne
tlon plan of hood sales. It 16 planned
to award certificates from the trens
ury department to local firms signing
op 90 per cent In the salary allotment
program of bond sales.
He Also Serves
Over and over again In these first
months since the entry of our coin*
try In" the second world war, we, ai
civilians, have been demanding t<
know what part we can play In de
feoga Our primary desire Is to d(
something?. anything? *i>ectau?ular
It must be spectaucular. We tend t<
work as Individuals rather than ai
organizations. But "unorganized,' ui?
planned aid in defense can he as lr>
effective and more detrimental that
'The last'llne of-Milton's poetn ^Ot
nia Ttllndhearf" neernii to propound. th<
attitude to he developed by the AmerJ
qin civilian. Ohvlougly we cant al
be unbalance driver*, flnrt aid admlo
Intrants,- air raid warning-^ wardecu
hut . ."he .alaq. nerve* who onlj
nothlnrwbout'it waiting, bowe*ej-;\j:
IH Welding, Auditorium with 150 seating
In addition to the nltuve mimed sub
Jecta taught, the college la conduct
ing classes iu Engineering Defense:
Machine Shop every day from 2:30
until 10 o'clock at night with an en
lg an active waiting during which
whatever small contrlbutlong or serv
ices we civilians hare to offer will be
If. as a nation, we pledge ourselves
l? spend wisely, conserve what we al(
ready lmve. and WHSte ndtlilng we will
have taken a vital step In the ultimate
1 victory of the ar. Paper, fabric, rub'ber,
water, and huodreda of every day
commodities and utilities must be
' used, wisely for .these ure the materlals
needed In defense."
We civilians most boost America's
morale We must be "intelligently
acquainted .with the war .situation'so
i that we will* be aWe - ti>'-discredit
much of the propaganda that will be
circulated by the enemy to undermine
American morale . Intentionally: We
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YOU CAN "STEP
In Pride In the
If Your Outfit Comes
' ^ear or
Mim-VY Ctll UUI
%*?W\ 1 \ lfW offers yoi
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Jrolltnent of 14, and taught by f'rofea^
aor Willis Jackson. '
xmiuiu v-ommumcaiiou three times *
per week. Monday, Wednesday and
Friday nights from 7 to 10 o'clock, 2S .
people enrolled, aud taught.by Profep-.
sor A. C. Bowling.. J. .+ .
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must write to the .boys In the camps'
and lu service wherever they may be '
... cheerful letters full of the hom?.~ .
news that they want so xnuch to re* 7i
celve. The fact that they cannot fn- \*Y
swer aa frequently as we should llkq,,.V
them to should be no reason for our.' V .
stopping writing them.
III <trder>fo'support- our country
ccoiioiuicully-as well as to Invest wlse? v?..
ly* against the depression that is alat-V /?_
ed to come at the end of the war,"w^_V
should Invest our money In Defenae^t;
Bonds and Stamps . V'aet' aside enough
for a .bond.' li can be." done.
Though we all can't -be,on the front '/.*?'
lint* In this- war,Vmn^tnber, It's the"
"arroy.behlnd.3fce army? *bat will In'
the flnitl analysis .have a lot lo .'say* ^
about "who's going io win this".war 1 y .?