High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 12 1940, Page 5

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 12, 1940, High Point, North Carolina R nutty pm t Ltd a a i Hithe High 1mhm Kinter pms Piedmont Lenin no Industry High Point North c Page five urges schools to a diem it Ehlt Yot teach band music y by Robt. Ripley group organizes in Thomasville to push program special to the Enterprise Thomasville april 12.�?a j meeting wan held at the methodist hut in Thomasville wednesday by a group of music lovers of the City to formulate plans to j include the instruction of band music in the curriculum of the i City schools. Thomasville Amor lean legion members for the past several years has sponsored a youth band which has met with i wonderful Success and the time has come when the parents and other interested citizens feel that a the band movement should receive More support from the local school official. A slate of officers were elected from the group to continue the work in the City. The officers being mrs Jesse s Green chairman and mrs Vernon Snyder. 1 treasurer. A committee was appointed to cooperate with the schools in the movement and the committee included mrs. O. S. Tour or. Vav g. Smith and car j son Cox. A finance committee was also appointed which consisted of mrs. Vernon Snyder chairman a. L. Elliott. J. Polskin and mrs. Robert Williams. W. E. Tomlinson. Commander of the american legion was also appointed on the finance committee and it was the plan of the group to include the commander of the legion As a permanent member of that committee. The Junior i Jeglin hand is now under the direction of e. L. Pan Felt and is progressing rapidly. The band recently won out in a District musical event and j will enter the state musical Fps Ivaal in Greensboro next wednesday. A ars will he furnished for transportation and the following have agreed to donate cars i Rohrt Rapp. J. Pliskin o. S. J doer Vernon Snyder Albert Shu j Ford moan Stadiem j l. Per i Ryman and mrs. J. S. Green. Right or wrong about people id Donald \. Lai Al author of a How to i be psychology in Ilii niness Don flu v. Laird pm. It., sit. In ours is an age of Speed. We have so much Speed that the chief Job of a Large proportion of is to keep us from going too fast to lie Safe it is interesting that Ilia Speed Vve get from Mode r n machinery of All kinds is due to the accuracy of j modern mass production. I t has been precision engineering a accuracy a which Iii a Ken this mechanical Speed possible. With people. It is exactly the same. When we Start out to learn something we make much better Progress if we direct our Early efforts at accuracy we can do the things More speedily in the Long run when we begin them by striving mostly for accuracy. Look out for accuracy and Speed takes care of itself. Tile speedy typist is the one who gives most attention to a i Curacy at the Start. The speedy draughtsman is the Chap who As a beginner watched his accuracy i closely. Kip thing that makes them speedy is that they Are not slowed Down by correcting mis i a Keg. In learning to drive an Antonio Mckenney on Brid lets opponent make a mistake defeats a unbeatable contract bile. In taking to easy piano lessons at Home in learning a new games in All learning in Short we should watch accuracy in the Early stages of learning and at tile end will have both greater Speed As Well As More accuracy. Trying to separate accuracy from Speed is As impossible As settling whether the Hen or the egg is More important. We can t have the one without the other. Fast talkers impress most people As being smarter than a whip. Hut fast talking is More Likely to he a sign of superficial thinking than of profound thinking. It takes both brains and Reserve for a person to think twice before he talks of he does think twice the Odds Are he will talk Only half As much. Next Why Ace Hie Public schools emptier # Brentwood p t. A. Hears Charles f. Carrolljr. On school objectives Charles f. Carrolljr. Superintendent of the City schools addressed the Brentwood Parent teacher association at its regular meeting held at the school last evening using As his topic a Palms and objectives on the Joes i and state school 9 or. Carroll gave is objectives in the local schools growth in a definite musical program an Art program improvement in elementary Library facilities devel re we. K. Mckenney America s Aid authority George Rupee. Son of the famous orchestra Leader is developing into one of the country a Young Bridge stars. Here is a defensive hand be played in a recent tournament which shows he j value of giving the opponents an Opportunity to make a mistake. You can see that Declarer should not lose More than two club tricks and a Spade. Raper sat South and when his King of clubs won flip first trick he continued with the Ace. He realized that to Lead another club would give the Declarer an oppor j Minifay for a stuff and a Ruff hut figured that Declarer might make the mistake of taking the discard i from his own hand and trumping in Dummy of that Case the King of hearts would make. He continued therefore with the ten of clubs and sure enough. West Dis-1 carded a Spade and trumped in Dummy with the ten of hearts j Declarer returned to his own hand by leading a Small Diamond then played the Ace and Queen of hearts South won the King and led the nine of clubs. 4 k q 9 2 v 9 54 a j 9 6 7 6 2 4k 107 v a q j 8 7 6 3 a a 4 4k 4 3 4k 5 3 v k 2 a q 73 4k a k to 9 8 3 duplicate neither South West North i 4k 2 v pass 2 3 4k 3 v pass 4 opening a 7 Vul now you can see the de predicament if he ruffs i Jack of hearts the nine the North hand will he limited while if he Trump North w ill oven ult thus lain contract was Defeated ing Declarer a Chance of mistake. Ozment of audio visual program. I nine Nio Tbs school year development of play activities following or. Carroll and a vocational guidance course a musical program was or in the curriculum while for the j by the Cloverdale preheat re state objectives he named vol a i miss Emily commander tonal guidance program. A 1 Tad had the devotional twelfth year of school teachers j was followed by several retirement plan and a state wide Louis. To of k a amp a editor Printer and publisher a Spanish Magazu cannot reap write or speak Spanish / a cop of his a Walne who be sent free to Awo be who can read Spanish pm St 4 it news of coloured people Vivian King Bright and Frank Roane will be presented in a recital of spirituals Semi la sies. End Folk songs at cd. Mark methodist Church this evening at s in o clo k. Hearing on charges is postponed to Hay 20th a Day. April 15th, has been Post a company on the ground of the i Poi Ted to May 2tmh. According to illness of Fred s. Tate president a notice received Here by Law a of the company. The motion was Fence Seton Boss. Southern Rcpt unopposed by the Union the in Thor Board hearing of putative of the Union from we the Union weeks reinstatement charge filed against the Contin Lam Aicher regional director of of two employees. Carl Mcgill and rental furniture company by the he labor Board at Baltimore. I m White alleged to have United furniture worker of postponement was granted on been discharged for Union Active America scheduled to lie held at motion of major l. I. Mclendon try with Pat for time lost since the Post office building Here Mon-1 of Greensboro attorney for the their discharge. Yew Spring shoes for the entire family. Ext in nip a Cia i v a i u is men sport new Spring styles for oxfords boys and girls men new sport Oxford beige Brown trim White Brown trim and new Shade tan antique finish. Extra special \ Aine. #1.94 men # value Plu oxfords men a full Grain Calfskin Oxford in Black or Brown perforated Xvong tip or Plain conservative styles. Tom pare these with any regular $4.00 shoes. Special #2.93 children a White Brown trim Black Pat., new Shad tan Plain or sport style Oxford All Styes b1- toll and la 2to 3. Regular $1.50 value. 97c a a a children # new Spring slippers children White Brown or Black to at leather oxfords or Cut out Vrap is vies. Solid leather soles special women a new style open toe sandals women s new novel Sty i open to Pat. Leather or White medium or Low Heel. Extra Quality. Special a slut. G si.9 i 97< new Spring styles women new Spring style in Whit. Brown trim ties. Straf or pump ii of better Quality and Best style. #2.95 men # conservative oxfords menus Black or tan Wing tip Plain toe or straight rap toe bal or Blucher style Goodyear Welt. Extra value. New Spring styles sports Oxford in White Brown trim Low or medium Heel special value. Women # High Heel dress slippers women a Snappy Mullish slippers strap or ale pin style open or closed tot Verv Dressy. #1.9 i #1.91 or #1.9 i menus Cord sole work oxfords men s Black Elk leather mine toe Cord sole work Oxford. Special value. #1.9 i up boys new sport oxfords Roy a new tan antique finish red rubber Cork sole Spring Heel oxfords. #1.9 i women Novelty White shoes women new Novelty White shoes new strap style Novelty tie medium or High Heel. #2.95 new White Brown trim pumps women White pump with Brown tip and foxing in High cuban or new try in Keg Heel. Special #1.91 Young women a sport oxfords Rig assortment Nevest style in a White Brown trim or All a White new bade tan Plain or Cap toe tune. Style. Extra special value. Sport Oxford in new style women new Tyle sport oxfords new Novelty colors or White Brown trim. T #2.93 $1.91 women # better Grade Patent leather slippers new St i Pat. Leather Dressy slippers pumps or new Novelty ties. Medium or High Heel. #2.95 Vve deliver anywhere in the City shoe department first floor High Point n c

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