Annual Meeting Mills Home Aunt Hattie

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Annual Meeting Mills Home Aunt Hattie - N. C. , . * * · die 0. Max years, Jack...
N. C. , . * * · die 0. Max years, Jack participa- testified of to T ^ last to Townsend and un- Town- with of Yadkin burtv- ^ - f ^ ^ . . . · " ' ' · , - « r ^ i Mr*. HOOVCT Great (having l^xsucceeded'JW manager jny Cv*C. McJKein,-on Jtfay li Another' J is inthe-school,-the princiJjaL.J. L. iFortney, who has filled tbje^place i v* m mm^^r v ^'·^ ^* LoveirOfPi Are Carried Into White House ery Day-- Has No .Preferences. . ,. - Washington,.June,l«. -r Mow flow-- ceeds him., "Another chan«*6is " - superintendent of the city school JL. JBowman,. of "Union county - " . , . ers are,, being ..used m the White physician. /Dr." J. E-'Eofalooa House now than in, any recent admin- ' failed in l health,- Dr. -W. G. Smith istration, according to gardeners who ' this city, has- beeix. supplying. ----- . . ly years havebeen. employee, | is still another change, the the greenhouse_s, which -.up-jtion of the pastor, Key. B. N. for many around ply the executive mansion. jner, who-has gone to.be pastor Hundreds of fragrant* roses, tulips Dunn. His successor's name has and carnations 'sometimes are taken been announced. to.the White House in a single 'davj The- greenhouses operated by the de-' . -report of Dr. Kesler further -LJ,IC *gi.GCiii«Jfc*««» V/^»V,4.«W--\A MJJf l A A ^ **\.~ , **«*!*. 1_ J.l_ i- partment of public.parks especiallytTM* : Through the ^generosity, for presidential use grow quantities °* Mrs - H - S. Stokes, of Winston- of.every variety" of flower. A '-flower balem ' a new home ±or tne general man" .and two assistants are kept at managerhas been ma«e possible. the, White House.to care for the ^ 0 ^jtedicated *° l n ±^ e T ry of plants, flowers and ferns daily sent over from the greenhouse. superintend the grounds. -The to and the appeal to allow action Judge 48 Hours , , first bale fund here representa- exchange was Gardi- ex- Cor,, H. Lch- C. Bowe, Hoovers have gone into the "- ~House. ~House. empty. of. e: cious habit; of presenting to their_guests. By moining every vase The Ho.vers do a gceat a r-\rlv s-cls a' ed memories, and aow-will be added * fe the name, the ver/ mention of which, White stran 8? I y warms the heart/' ·- i -Miss Hattie Edwards, mothers' ,,,, j s - , "j · i director, states that, "whereas it thta Baptists of - North Carolina r«TMT,« 1928 1928 $ 6 - 03 P er child P er month to .CSSOTO~ adequately .for the dependent ^chil-i ·M w ,.J TI, c. ^,--.- ~ -,-; * drea in their homes, adequate instl-. Mrs. Hoover likes a grca, variety t t j ^ t of lowers... Presidents' wives have month " In had their preference which the green- wards f givfeG m udi in Ks\iiCn od/atTc* Tf\ f f i » n . TTif - ° . house seeks to gratify Miss d . data of Mrs. Woodrow icen withont an Wilson was "s'dom or two her year's work. Archibald Johnson, editor of Chari- group, . _ ______ vv ° P m "ty and Children, says in his report: North^ sent to «' 0 ur net profit for this year, accord- Carolina daughters. ner eaca iworning and kept on ice un- inff to ^g audit, Is " $9,186-64, which l Balfour - , . , m aed to ^her coa.. Hiey were til she wished to we -r them ? Mrs. ojJO'.H'ge v.-as tspccjally fond ever- shown, owing to the change of white flow«rs.,^ the tun in closin o k . " Mrs. is the largest annual profit we ever-shown, owing to the change the time in closing books." of North . . . . - always required a Of the 18 members of the board single white ros-i to lay on the t..mb of them Were present as of the Lnknown ScWicr c-n Armistir-e B. W. Spilman, Kinston, the _ placing c£ the H. S. Stokes, vice president, TM _,,.,., Ji-csident. . Salem; Thomas Carried secretary,'!the flat The White House «reenhou«s are High Point; James D. Proctor, under direct charge of Col. U S. ney, Lrnnberton; J. H Canady Kin- and the . ^faflt. IU, grandson oi President U. ston; W. A. Cooper, EaMgh- I.. b not far Greer, Boone; C. L. Haywood, The S. troin the White House. A quaint, attache of the most im- L ' portant greenhouse in the country is Moors, Gastonia; J. W. Noell, f tT ,_ a shaggy little yellow-and white dog boro; Thomas P. Pruitt; P named Dick. In looks he is not,much Mrs..Byron C. Scott, Charlotte; l h " V fr irflcr ahnnt trot 1,o 1,** hr. n « U,.1J F. Tntp TTicrTi Pfiin-f- , Dapa dair v v ' farm ' P lant - books'f. 0 by th.p trained singers. Has Annual Meeting ^»~^*m i i i., MA T -. ^ % Dr. Kesler Says Poor Collections ,Have Created, Serious Situation-Sermon Situation-Sermon by Dr. Bagby. Thomasville, June 19. -- Reports from the various departments of the Mills Borne, Baptist institution for orphans here, wena viewed by the board of trustees in annual session yesterday. The reports were embraced embraced in,a neatly-bound 36-page pamphlet, pamphlet, copies of which werb laid before the trustees. Dr. M. L. Kesler, manager of the Mills Home^-bfcre and the other institution institution at Kinston, offefed.the ir'e- ports to tha board and stated that while there is no h lack of interest on the part of the churches atfd' Sun- ^ ^^ day schools in the work, still "we'the'address' have fallen behind with collections and are confronted with a serious situation." situation." He regards retrenchment along certain lines necessary .and schooling, food costs and every- T thm comin in an oin thmg coming in and going out according to all figuring - the assets; and liabilities ark! equal. j Stuart, The evening hour, S o'clock, a great crowd gathered to hear the annual sermon, which v/as deliver by one of the demoninatkm's best preachers, Dr. A. Paul Bagby, of son., The music, on these occasions furnished by the children of the tution and it was inspiring to tlilir choruses, which were Wednesday the "bi^ day," prom- ises all that, could be asked in way of entertainment and pieasmb for the large crowd wh'ch -is expect- ed to assemble, as-injther,.4Eea ! j;s, for, this occasion After an h^ur of ex- b j ood errises by the children, thte address Dnk De oe ! _ · * _ t_ 1 _ 1 -*_ " t* "t t «*AJ«Jtfc^, Ul W 1 * O i^A. tXAV^ U L l . O . l l i vh?^ the churches help the situation by,meeting of the board. In the after-" - - morning exwcises Dr. Spilman, iran of the board, will make a a ii of the transactions 5f the business b - - their offerings -during the remaining ! nootl thn crowd months of the year. j Dr. Kestor mentioned some changes assemble under

Clipped from Statesville Record And Landmark20 Jun 1929, ThuPage 6

Statesville Record And Landmark (Statesville, North Carolina)20 Jun 1929, ThuPage 6
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  • Annual Meeting Mills Home Aunt Hattie

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