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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 6, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Of action a b it of Al news and want ads in this Section the High Point Enterprise Section a local news and want aos in this Section vol. 55 no. 96 Mem ukr associated press High Point n. C., thursday afternoon april 6, 1939 Complete Nea service Price five cents ugh Point ministers sponsor Ood Friday services tomorrow program to be riven at first methodist protestant Church Rev. A. Lincoln Fulk in charge 3ood Friday services under auspices of the ministers As nation of High Point will he d tomorrow at first Methot protestant Church from 12. In until 3 of clock p. In. The vices will be in charge of r. A. Lincoln Fulk. Pastor of rth main Street Baptist Church i president of the ministers locution. Rhe seven sayings of Chris the Cross will he discussed to visually by various members the association and in Addil a Well arranged music prom will be rendered by repro natives of City choirs rhe program in part is As Fol a respond Sciver Reading Lea or. A. B. Conrad pastor of first Baptist Church prayer /. James rink director of a Istian education Wesley medal Church the first word Ither forgive Rev. A. Icon Fulk 12 35-1 00, the Ond word a today Shalt thou with me in Paradise a miss a i. Cox pastor Springfield ends Church 1 00-1 25, the re word a woman behold thy Rev. O. L. Ruth pastor St Pilgrim holiness Church 5-1 46, fourth word. A Why t thou forsaken me a Rev. Williams pastor South in methodist Church 1 43 2 05 the word. A i thirst a Rev. O. Easter pastor Lebanon meth St protestant Church 2 Osio sixth word a it is finish Quot Rev. W. A Helsabeck pastor St Christian Church 2 30-0, seventh word a father in thy hands i commend my rtt a or. O. Williamson Tor first presbyterian Church Kurtis to St. Mary s k three hours service consist of meditations and prayers i addresses on the seven it Rdv of Christ will be conducted St. Mary a Church tomorrow. Id Friday from 12 to 3 p. In. Slaying charge against Jordan continued again a special to the Enterprise Asheboro Pili Randolph 8iimrior court granted Paul Iordan charged with lie slaying of Dave Fowler several months ago continuance until the Lune term. Ionians attorney was unable to appear because of illness. P t. A. Will meet at Emma Blair school tuesday night a unique program has been arranged for the meeting of the Par Jent teachers association at the Emma Blair school this City on tuesday night april la it was announced today. Mrs. Beesons sixth Grade will present an attractive program entitled. A America gives a party a the play let hearing this title pm i Pha sizes world wide Friendship among children. Rev. Cecil Haworth pastor of i Central friends Church of High Point will it is expected deliver Jan address which will he of vital interest to the patrons of the i school. Candle Light service tonight at Wesley memorial Church a Candle Light service will be j held at Wesley memorial Church j tonight at 7 30 of clock it was announced today. The lords supper will be j celebrated in the subdued Light of candles and the electric Cross. There will he a Brief message i from the pastor or. Embree h. J Barkard and songs will he j Sung by the choir. The occasion will he in com j Ime oration of the last supper j i which Jesus had with his Dis a Caples before his crucifixion. The j meeting is open to the Public. 0 o o Dri v is Wuu life Saver tread Quot charge acc Oil Erat a a guar ant. -7% new tire stops you quicker safer the new Goodrich safety Suver town with life Saver tread Aives you the greeted Alcid Protection or offered. Thia amazing tire hugs dry roads. Dries wet roads and gives you the quickest non skid Stop you be Ever seen. Done to deny yourself the extra Protection that Silver towns Oiler when they axe so easy to buy. Economy i n c o r Zwy North m Ain Street High Point n. 42 fast main Street Thomasville n. Now see these four of the Many reasons Why a your old a broken Down Kitchen table and a swab Blyn chairs or s1.00 Down delivers a sturdy j Sellers Matching Dinette priced from Only $29.95 i astonishing a Wear tests of enamel baked on so that it will stay on longer than any other 2 the a iodine burning test a a Sellers work table tops Are stainless and Heatproof 3 the a drawer Bottom test a a two men i can stand on a Sellers drawer built for service 4 patented a Fluffy flour sifter strains impurities out As it sifts instead of grinding them into your food yet Sellers Are priced from orly $29.95 and your old Cabinet in is Down will deliver rabbi pleads for Justice mercy in human relations rabbi j. M. Freedman addresses local rotary club forcefully pleading for Justice mercy and righteousness in All human relationships rabbi j. M Freedman of this City addressed the rotary club at today a meeting using As Hio subject a the pattern on the the allegory of the Potter and his wheel was used by the speaker As the basis for his address. Pottery he explained is made of Clay which in itself not attractive in appearance but the master Potter paints designs some bold and heavy others delicate in color and form after which the colors Are permanently and indelibly burned into the surface on which they have been placed. Human beings he then pointed out occupy the dual role of Potter and Clay. Having no Choice As to their coming into the world they have the privilege of shaping their lives according to a design of their own Choice but this design is determined by every thought word and act of daily life however insignificant some of these May seem. Turning briefly to International affairs the speaker assured his audience that he spoke not As a jew. But just As one member of the human race and condemned severely the intolerance which in rampant in Central Europe today. Every time humanity does not Advance it Retro resses we Are our Brothers keepers and if we do not take care of our Brothers the time come when we cannot take care of ourselves Rah i Freedman warned and he urged his hearers to remember that righteousness in not a negative thing but that to be effective it must take the form of positive action for the Protection of humanity As a whole. Guests at today a meeting were mrs. Amos Kearns of this City. Rotary District governor Irvin Morgan of Farmville and he following rotarians t. A. Sykes and j. E. Lambeth jr., of Thomasville Tom Redding of Asheboro Tom Dunn of Sanford. S. M. Bason of Yanceyville w. A. Bloodworm of Greensboro. M. S. Perkins of Keene n. H. And w. P. Stuart of Prescott Ari. Mcadoo receives marriage Blanks registrar says examination can by obtained in City laboratories special to the Enterprise Greensboro. April Mcadoo. Guilford county Register of deeds announced Here this morning that the proper Blanks had been received from the state Board of health for the physical examinations now required by state Law before marriage. The measure was passed in the recently adjourned legislature at Raleigh requiring such health examinations before marriage License could be issued in the state. Or. Mcadoo said a number of the legals forms were being printed Here and that others would be sent to High Point where they could be obtained at the office of d. B. Hoskins Deputy Register of deeds in the county building. It was Learned that health examinations would he Given in the Greensboro and High Point City laboratories and that the Legal Blanks must have the proper Check before a marriage License can he obtained. Or. Mcadoo stated the procedure would require about two Days. It was previously announced that no licenses would he issued from any of the county offices until the proper Blanks had been received from registrar Mcadoo had conferred with county attorney Lee Fentress before making the decision. Or. Mcadoo stated he had received no applications for licenses before the requirement went into effect. Highway officials Here to discuss roads in this area v. 0. Bodenheimer rites in Winston Salem saturday funeral services for Virgil Otis Bodenheimer son of Chap Node Beimer of this City will he held at the Home 9 48 West end Boulevard. Winston Salem at la of clock saturday morning or. G. Ray Jordan pastor of Centenary methodist Church of Winston Salem will he in charge of the services. He will be assisted by Rev. Or. Bray. Burial will be at the Abbott Creek missionary Baptist Church graveyard. Or. Boden Heitner was f a t a11> injured in a fall or leap from a hotel in St. Louis. The body will arrive in Winston Salem Friday. Easter cantata to be presented by choir of first m. P. Church Here a cantata a easter tide a will be presented by the choir at the first m. P. Church on sunday night at 7 30 o clock it has been announced Here by a. Lovelace jr., choir director. Dan w. Smith will be at the Organ to play the accompaniment for the cantata which was written by Baston Dorch. Soloists will he a. Lovelace jr., Marc Lovelace misses Nannabeth null and Vera Smith commissioner s. M. Bason and Engineer Tom \. Burton meet i till High Point delegation the District Highway commissioner s. M. Bason of Yanceyville and District Engineer Tom a. Burton of Greensboro were Here today to Confer with High Point representatives of the City government and the chamber of Commerce relative to Road matters. A particular project for consideration this afternoon was the improvement of drainage and Road Banks on about too Miles of county roads in the area around High Points water Basin at Jamestown. The City a engineering division devised the project As a Way to reduce the silage into the Lake As Well As the erosion of the roads and adjoining lands. Public works commissioner Sam Strickland acting for the City developed a project calling for of a assistance and the state Highway commission is being asked to join in sponsorship of the undertaking. Some derision in the matter May be reached this afternoon. Another project of local interest now being studied by or. Bason and or. Burton is the widening of the Road to Winston Salem. Mr.1 Bason stated this afternoon that he was making available enough Money to Widen the portion of it which lies in his District. That would carry the widening to the Forsyth line. An addition of four feet is planned to make the Road 22 feet wide. The larger part of the Section of Road lies in the District of commissioner Gordon Hackett of North Wilkesboro. He is to Relo vate some of the portions of the Road where the curves Are most dangerous and Widen other sections As far As finances now will permit. It is not certain that a uniform Width of 22 feet will be attained this year. Or Bason and or. Burton intimated that the Guilford end will be processed As soon As possible this year. One question of engineering is under consideration on the High Point end. The question is whether to follow the present line or seek a better Tangent by some location. The visitors will take a new look at the Road this afternoon. School committees will be elected at special meeting special to the Enterprise Greensboro april 8. A school committees for the county a is districts will be chosen at a special meeting of the county commissioner next thursday morning at to of clock. Chairman George l. Stansbury announced Here this morning. The committees will have charge of the White and negro schools in the county. Each of the different five Man committees Are elected for two Vear terms. Few changes in the present setup Are anticipated it was learn a hut chairman Stansbury stated that those contemplating any such action should present themselves at the meeting. Services for miss Winslow held at mount Vernon funeral services for Mist Jean Nie Winslow Well known resident of thie City who died at a local Hospital monday after a two weeks illness were conducted from the mount Vernon Church wednesday afternoon at 2 30 of clock Rev. E. L. Kirk and j Rev s. A Needham former pastors of the Calvary methodist Church of which miss Winslow was a member and Rev. Paul j Taylor of the mount. Vernon Church presided and interment j followed in the family cemetery i plot. The pallbearers were messes z. L. Phipps a. H. Holton t. A elder a. L. Lowe i. P. Walker and j. W. Phillips. The Flowers were carried by members of the Philathea class of Calvary me Church during the services a Quartetti i from the Calvary m. E. Church Sang a does Jesus care a Quot will the family Circle be broken?�?�1 j and a abide with a Large j number attended the services i and the Flowers were Many and j Beautiful. Winners music contest announced by Cronstedt winners in an elimination Oon i lest Here for eligibility to parti j Capate in a state wide High school music contest to be held in greens i Boro april 18-21 were announced i today by Carl g. Cronstedt direct j i Tor of music in High Point City schools. The winners wore senior High school piano Shir Ley Silver Junior High school piano Bobby Gayle vocal Shirley Welborne Soprano Kila Lou Taylor. Alto Robert Andrews Bass and Russell Clark baritone. Charter issued today to High Point concern a charter was issued today by i Secretary of state thud kure to i Clemmons furniture company of i High Point a concern to Deal in j furniture and fixtures. The firm had an authorized i j Stock of $100,000. Murray a. I Miller John a. Myers and Everett j l. Clemmons All of High Point subscribed $300 Stock. Officials Busy with details of contracts detail work in connection with contract forms As a preliminary Stop to the actual execution of contracts for approximately two and one half million dollars Worth of construction work and materials on a Hydro electric project held the attention of City officials Here today. There remain yet to be printed eight copies each of the contracts awarded yesterday before the instruments can he executed in final form and signed by the proper officials of both parties thereto. Though unable to specify an exact Date City manager e. M. Knox indicated today that work is expected to commence soon on the $6,500,0<0 project. Barring the possibility of a court injunction which has been threatened from some quarters in Yadkin county there remains no obstacle in the Jath to actual work on the project. The Hatch of contracts awarded by the City Council yesterday encompasses the major part of work to be done on the project. A sacred vessels of Catholic Church stolen last night police investigating forcible entry into Church police Here today Are investigating a shocking desecration of St. Edward s Catholic Church on East Green Street and the theft therefrom of three Golden chalices used in lord s supper ritual services. Father Thomas l. Carney discovered the Church had been broken into and police this morning made a hurried investigation of the Cace. The officers found that the Church had been entered through a rear door and indications were that the marauders had broken out a Glass pane in the door to effect the Entrance. The altar was in a considerable state of disorder and the Supply room Back of the altar had been ransacked. The three chalices valued at around $300. Were All that had been reported missing today at noon after a Check up. Other article used in Church ritual some of which were More valuable remained unmolested. Officers said they were checking scanty clues this morning in an Effort to track Down the offenders. Members of the detective Bureau indicated they had reasons to believe the thief or thieves had knowledge of the Interior Lay out of the Church and probably of Catholic forms of ritual and worship. The incident a described As a shocking interruption of the churches pre easter services which Are being held daily. A Corre Tio in an error yesterday afternoon. The Enterprise reported a Are at the Home of mrs. Bertha Barbee on East Green Street. The arse was at a dwelling House owned hut not occupied by mrs. Barbee on East Russell Street. Or. Davis to leave for Post graduate tour next sunday w ill \ Isit and study in famous clinics and medical schools or. Philip b. Davis head of the surgery staff of Guilford general Hospital will leave next sunday for a one month Post graduate tour in surgery sponsored by the american medical association. The tour will conduct a Large group of doctors through the Prin i Cipal clinics and medical schools of i the mid West and East. Starting with the world famous Mayo clinic in Rochester minn., i the tour will cover medical Cen tors in Chicago Cleveland Boston new Haven new York Philadel i phia Baltimore and Washington. From Rochester the group of Post graduates will go to Chicago i for observation and study at the i i University of Chicago medical i school the Northwestern University medical school and Rush med i ital school. At Cleveland the Itin i Crary includes the medical school of Western Reserve University and i cd rile clinic from Cleveland the tour leads to Boston where the Harvard uni a verify medical school and Lahey clinic will be visited and from Boston the group will he conducted to the medical school of j Yale University. In new York studier and observations will he made at Cornell the new York Post graduate Hoa i Petal and the medical Center. At i j Philadelphia medical schools of j 1 the University of Pennsylvania and i Temple University and Jefferson j medical College Are list on the itinerary. Johns Hopkins Ulver i City s medical school will be visited j in Baltimore and in Washington i j the tour will include medical j schools of George Washington Una i verify and Georgetown University. Or. Davis will be joined by mrs. J Davis in Boston april 22. While in j the East they expect to attend the j world s fair in new York City. The tour will end and or. Davis will return to High Point May to. A c. E. Jones brother of local men Dies in Raleigh c. E. Jones brother of City attorney Grover c. Jones and i Deputy sheriff John f Jones j High Point died late last not ghz at his Home in Raleigh. In addition to the Brothers named above or. Jones is sur i Vived by his widow mrs. Daisy to War Jones a son. Luudolpi., Jones of new York. And of a i j daughter mrs. Tom Meyers off Richmond. A for a number of years or. Jones was connected with the Columbia s. A record for approximately 15 years with the i Richmond a news Leader in i the circulation department and for several months prior to his death he was in the circulation department of the Raleigh times. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at noon today. Elon boy defeats Whitley for student body presidency Elon College. April 8. Duane Yore a ministerial student from Elon College was elected president of the student body of Elon College in elections held tuesday. The two other major offices president of the men s student Senate and president of the women a Council went to Curtis Jones of hurdle Mills and Frances bean of Spencer respectively. Yore Defeated Lloyd Whitley of High Point while Jones was victorious Over l. W. Mcfarland of Greensboro and miss bean Defeated Mary Lou Hayes of Cincinnati Ohio. Camera club holds bimonthly meeting the High Point camera club held its regular bimonthly meeting at. The offices of Voorhees and Everhart last night at 8 o clock. All business was dispensed with due to the special program presented. A talk by John f. Bivins on a a television was Well received. Members of the Winston Salem camera club were present and brought with them a number of excellent photographs which were a it no to of the International roller flex exhibit. Five prints by members of the club were selected to be sent to the Southeastern paper festival at Savannah Georgia. Those selected were a a fire and a Church Entrance a by Eccles Everhart a Williamsburg House a by Louis Voorhees a Wagon wheels a by John Mebane and a Harvest a by Hal Ballew re Eley Ted Tarboro april fit in j e. Gresham has been re elected county superintendent of Eduora j Tion. Easter pageant at first m. P. Church the fir St methodist protestant Junior Church will present an. Easter pageant a out of the easter Garden by Dorothy Lehman Sumerau Friday evening at 7 30 of clock in the downstairs auditorium of the Church with children participating. In this pageant the author has taken the children into a Roo i in where they May be Happy As they learn the truths that have come out of these facts presented in an attractive Way ruler Ifyu ing for the child what to him have always been strange inexplicable customs. The deep religious sentiment of the pageant is appealing there is a Sermon in every scene and the scene will be Given with a background of music we dry will be Sung by voices of t h a Junior choir. And the special lighting arrangements and decoration Are particularly Beautiful. Now 50 o larger. Better than Ever before certified proving Kitchen tests prove it keep meat fresh and wholesome. For Days ifs covered. Vented. Slides out like a drawer holds is lbs. Of meat a full week s Supply. See the new Westinghouse refrigerators. With this 1939 Nie at keeper Rose furniture co 9 dr-422 j. 140 243 Hout of main Street phones 27 88 4332 Rose furniture company 243 South main St phones 2788-4332 living room suites dress up your Home for easter mid the Days to Home with a new living room suite. A showing of a number of smart models at moderate prices. Your Choice of colors or coverings. Our Large display of Fine bedroom furniture makes it an easy task to make your selection Here. We Are displaying a number of latest modern styles. Any number of pieces May be had. Rose furniture co. Quot owned and operated by Hester bios. 243 South main St. Phone 2788-4332 t

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