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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 13, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Section b local news and want ads in this Section the High Point Enterprise Section local news and Wani ads in this Section vol no. No Mem Rah associated press High Point n. a ii Hsi an \ Futek noon april 13, 1939 Complete Nea service Price five cents life adjustment conference Grayson commends figure in change of management tour to bring world fair group to City at High school Here or. It la it in \. Milner and 4 or. Henry e. Smith to deliver addresses panel discussions planned arrangements have been completed for the Lite adjustment conference to he Lichi Al High Point High school Fri Day it was announced today. By. Clyde a. Milner president of Guilford College will deliver j an address at the Assembly period on the subject a Avon can make of your life what you panel Dis missions on various occupations and professions will j follow from 10 40 to 11 20 t o clock. From 11 25 to 12.15 or. W. La Perry w ill Lead a discus j Aion of boys problems Aud from 12 30 to 1 10 o clock miss Betsy j Dupuy Wilt Lead a discussion of girls problems. There will he another Ani period at 2 05 of clock at time or. Henry l. Smith will speak on a preparing for a Complete there will he dance in the gymnasium Ding at 3 of clock. Panel discussion leaders their subjects follow advertising n. T Praigg agriculture and forestry Ila Al Shaw Arney Navy major h. Wembly which a Tea begin and f a whether roads Are w it or dry Good Rich is i Vert owns at All times give you two of the greatest lifesaving features we have Ever offered in any tire. The non skid life Saver tread that automatically sweeps wet roads so dry you can Light a match on its track the Colden ply that resists internal tire heat and scientifically protects you against High Speed blow outs. A double increase in your safety at no increase in Price for safety tomorrow get Silver towns today a goodrich0 safety Silvertown it a sets two sciors or now per Mou Tiow Economy Auto store inc. Vol 42 East main North main Point si1thomasville High Point will play Host saturday to eight a typical a North Carolina Young women and men who will represent the state at the worlds fair in new York to ii it summer chamber of co Mem Secretary Frank j. Size More said this morning. The group will in feted at n dinner saturday after a tour Ammi i the Eity and saturday night will in Honor guest at the a Ermann club Dame at Emery Wood country club. The four Young women an1 Emma Williamson of Wilmington Miriam Johnson of Aberdeen Corr no Jones of Nadi i i in Aud prances Houghton of old fort. The Young men Are Paul a Milert of Cherokee a. Courtney or. Of Lenoir i. B. Blalock jr., of w Wadesboro Anil Volt Gilmore of Winston Salem. Progress apparent in work on Grade crossing project contractor a Proa Che begins Street project High Point residents anxious to j see a completion of the Grade crossing elimination project Herr Are gratified with the Progress i that has been shown in the work this week. J Leon Ellis Greensboro contract i for in charge of an Street reconditioning and Bridge a i preaches project began grading approaches to the much discussed Rivett drive Bridge which was i completed months ago. But which j has not been used because of its inaccessibility. A. H. Guion and company con a tractor for structural work in the Grade crossing project has completed the two abutments and Cen a Ter piers for the second half of i the main Street Ridge and is now j ready to begin work on the spans. R. K. Stewart and son High Point contractor is working on the Beamon Street footbridge which i is being built by the City primarily i to provide passage for negro school children across the rail Way tracks. After the completion of the i main Street Bridge. Blythe Broth i Era of Charlotte will return Here i to finish the grading and track j laying and to Complete what re i Mains to be done on the project. Bartlett executors file suit to recover $274.83 balance on old account a suit to recover 127 4 s3 from h e Crawford was flied in the office of the clerk of the municipal court last yesterday by Ruby j x Bartlett and the Wachovia Bank and Trust company executors for the estate of Fred j Bartlett. The plaintiffs allege that before the death of or. Bartlett j he operated As a proprietorship i the Industrial and electric machine company that Over a six months period this company furnished or. Crawford work and materials to the value of 1515,01, payments of $320.25 have Berg made on this Hill it is admitted in he complaint hut it is Furth or alleged that the defendant has refused to pay the balance of i $274.83. The plaintiffs ask for judg i ment for the balance due and Tor any other Relief to which they Are entitled. High Pointer is Winner j of photo contest award a local resident is one of the 1 final winners in the first series of $5000 monthly contests sponsored by win Magazine. He is Dewey Vav Muse who contributed i la prize winning entry win s Lucky i snaps contest mayor sax Ile is pleased w till entire ticket or. S. Grayson who has served As High Point s mayor for the past eight years today commended the democratic party on its Choice in o. Arthur Kirkman As mayoralty candidate to Lead the party ticket in the 10 30 election and gave his personal endorsement to the nine democratic candidates who filed tuesday. Or. Grayson had Little to say regarding his own decision not to i run for re election other than i that he was appreciative of the i support the citizens of the City have Given him during the four j terms lie served. I the mayor was however lavish in his Praise of the new mayoralty candidate. Quot or. Kirkman los eminently qualified to serve As mayor of the City Quot he said. A the is truly a product of High Point land reflects the culture sentiment and attitude of High Points Cit he pointed out that or. Kirkman obtained his elementary and secondary education in High Point Public schools before he went away to Complete his education at j universities in this country and abroad. Concerning the remainder of the ticket the mayor said he had j a worked with ave of the men in j office knew the other three into mately and was in a position to i recommend them All. A i am highly pleased with the whole he concluded. A a. L. Bryan passes after Long illness a. L. Bryan 64-year-old far Field Community Farmer died at i his Home this morning at 7 30 of clock after an illness of eight weeks. Funeral services will be held from the Fairfield methodist pro a i Testant Church saturday after noon St 2 30 o clock. Interment i will follow in the City Cim Eter j Here. Or. Bryan a native of the Fairfield Community was the son of r. And Lydia Wiley Bryant. He is survived by his wife. Mrs. Lucy j. Bryan two sons. Duncan. J of High Point route three and Johnny Bryan. Sophia route one. One daughter. Mrs. M. H Ingram of High Point route four two Brothers a j Bryan of Ashe a Boro route one. And Earl Bryan. Of Morganton and seven i children. Fred Gordy left this week became manager of the red wine hardware company succeeding Joseph g. Waif a Light who leaves to accept a position with the Lexington hardware company in Lexington after eight years As head of the local concern. Or. Gordy has been connected with hardware firms in High Point for the last to years and is a prominent figure in local business Eire Des. Or. Walser plans to leave the City next week to take up duties in Lexington. Methodist protestant women s meeting adjourned Here today morning session featured by address tin missionary i Ork Iii Brazil after five Well attended or Sions the tenth annual meeting of the North Carolina Branch of Tho dist fro. Conference. Noon at the Tant Church deliberation women work in Testant Church n. Adjourned this aft first methodist prof this City where the have been held. Following the con ration by mate of Westminster md., heard As follow tem Potence and a or ship. Miss Pearl Mucci tary of exhibits. Mrs son Secretary of p mrs. E. L. Ballard records. Mrs. W. A Ulni Cut Bai lotions committee final mince nominating con committee on Credenza con roesies. Miscellaneous business of the Day s sessions and to diction were heard in the moments. I a Ori mi1 is and hearing on petition of Transfer company a hearing be utilities commie Hon by the Vav. ? Fer company for Ore the state Ion on a Peti. Pinnix trans permission to operate from Winston Salem to Charlotte via Greensboro and High Point will be held May 2, it was announced in Raleigh today. Burdette willg0 to Salisbury in change an Exchange of posts of Highway patrolmen announced today by major John Armstrong will Send patrolman t. R Burdette to Salisbury and brine patrolman w. A Mckinney to High Point. The change i effective saturday. Melba Anne Jamieson files divorce action action for divorce was Filer yesterday in the office of the clerk of the municipal court by Melba Anne Jamieson against Walter Jamieson. Mrs. Jamieson asks for an absolute divorce on statutory grounds. Morning mrs. For morning session i talk of the a a Media under the theme. A i Ward. Thinking for mrs. Holloway to had been brought u by Terian Church she had reason to for the training so of the essentials o from that Church said. A i became a m methodist protestant i have found that session d g. Follower it the the a Hong veil stoking bag and. A Searight aviation. Officer from Camp Bragg Beauty culture. Mrs. Lois Haithcock business. Professor a h. Ford chemistry or. P. M. Ginnings choosing your life work. Miss Christine Price civil service. t. Winslow commercial Art. Hubert Rockwell department store w. B. Shearer designing girls dress Gregory d. Ivy dramatics Robert k. Marshall etiquette mrs. H. Al i bion Millis engineering William f. Freeman Florist Ashburn Elliott furniture Industry g. M. Batche a Der girls or Esse mrs. David t. Yow hosiery Industry. W. Snotherly journalism John Mebane Law j. A Lovelace Medicine or. F Ridge music miss Janet Hall nursing. Miss Hazel Johnson personality mrs. Helen Randle radio Gary a Davis recreation. W. F. Bailey religion or. P. Pm Lindley sportsmanship Edgar Hartley teaching or. R. Hinshaw teen age problems or. A i. Perry traffic safety l. H. Baker worthwhile books movies radio programs. Mrs. Nancy k. Poston Aud Hugh smart. Exhibition baseball to it it in a by associated press at Washington Washington Ai is. Boston not. At Knoxville Tenn new Ork 4 in is. Cleveland a. At Portsmouth Cincinnati i no is. Detroit a. At Owensboro Tkv Pittsburgh i in is. Chicago Al at Greenville. 9. A Philadel j phia in is Greenville Sal. At Evansville ind St. Louis. X is. Evansville 3-1l at Norfolk. A Brooklyn x is new York Al. At Tarboro. X. Philadelphia j a Ai is. Williamsport Ell at Charlotte x. A Philadel-1 phia at 2nds is. Charlotte pm. At new Ork. X. A Boston Ais. Newark ill at Topeka has St. Louis a 1 is. Topeka. It Esi its yesterday at Greenville. Miss new York n 12 Cleveland a 8 to in a Kingsl at Kansas City 12 Chicago x 7 at Roanoke a 17 Cincinnati x at Washington 13 Washington at Paragould St Louis a Boston 14. Boston a 7. Ark a x Chicago a 6 Pittsburgh n 2. At Charlotte x. A Brooklyn x 0 new York a 7. At Birmingham. Aln Philadel it is. Birmingham Saphia cold. At Atlanta. A Detroit a to Atlanta sati. At Chattanooga. Ten Chattanooga a i St. Louis x 3. At Greenville. X. C., Philadelphia a la Williamsport Al 13 to innings. At Spartanburg s. A Philadelphia at 2nd to Spartanburg and four Day students. Isar to 17 innings. A Uthera ate three d of How she it in the breathe said that feel grateful had in some f christianity a in time a she Ember of the Church and i have been Able to make Progress in this organization. I owe it a debt of gratitude. But the Day has Conte when we must not so much stress denominational san. With its divisions and duplication of worn but Unity in Christ. The Christian Church must he United to function in a world of anti Christian fort is in Christ s Day there was tragedy bigotry and sin. The history of Christian it is not without it Story of divisions hut there was in the Early Church singular Unity. We need to catch again its spirit and he glad that we ran hate a part in the unifying forces now at after the Reading of the minutes by the Secretary report were heard As follows Secretary of spiritual life mrs e. O. Peeler Secretary of life memorial. Sustaining and perpetual members. Mrs. R. A. Hunter Secretary of thank offering. Mrs. By c. Hammer. These reports revealed that women s work has made splendid Prog Phi in deepening spiritual interests throughout the conference in Heuring members Many of whom Are life members and the receiving of Hearty response in financial pledges for the various activities of the Church. Address by 51 iss Best another feature of the morning session was an address delivered by miss Louise Best of Spartanburg. S. C., now on leave of absence from the missionary Field in Brazil methodist episcopal Church South. Miss Bot spoke briefly of the a great country of brazils its popu lation of 45.000,000 to , its production of Coffee the Groat i variety of Recs and the wonder fill waterfalls. She said Many were mistaken As to Tho climate for in South Brazil where her work is located the Clima is i similar to that of North Georgia j a it is often so she Point-1 cd out a that the missionaries j have to preach with their overcoats Public buildings not be ing heated. The speaker said that Brazil j is largely Catholic and Many peo a pie questioned the right of pro-1 test ants to work there. However she believed that Good was being accomplished but that the work should not be judged by numbers. Speaking of education in that country she said that the government in i f 25 opened the secondary schools to girls though at present there is not a College for women in Brazil. The Bible i taught in the school with which miss Best is connected from the first Grade on up and the school is attended by approximately int girls representing catholics and protestants. The school started with Only three hoarding students he got his n a mod Fred g. Holloway reports were Secretary of Tian citizen i Loch i see re j. Martial or Aid Dinn of resettle Tecl Mil opening Day of the Trout season in new York was a big Day for thousands including pint sized big booted Albert Herky Welch shown taking close inspection of a prize hauled from a Jefferson county Stream near Theresa n. Y. In the methodist Church of Ria Xii a said the speaker a Maud the women s work is Carri 41 on ill two of these. The missionaries now in Brazil do not have of course the thrills of the Early pioneers in the Field. Rut their work with the children is hearing fruit and the need is for More missionaries who Are willing to work in love and Hearty cooperation with the natives who Are now zealously living up to Christian or. Nelson praised miss rest in c j of iof to id of or. Nelson a Christian surgeon from one of Brazil s finest families she said that the doctor could have commanded princely sums in chosen work at Rio de Janeiro but he sacrificed All in order to work among the poor people of Southern Brazil. There he has adopted three Indian boys and bravely curries on his work of saving lives showing what practical christianity can do in a country that believes in a order and wednesday night session features of wednesday nights session were the by mrs. Holloway and a Young Peoples program under the direction of mrs e. A. Lamb Secretary of Young Peoples work. In connection with the latter a play on India. A Tara finds a door to happiness a directed by mrs. La. Hicks jr., was presented. The children of the local Church were dressed in native Cost nos and in their roles portrayed the part was christianity Way playing in the lives of the Young people of India. The names of those taking part Are As follows Edith Vance Willie Edwards Gene Rankin is i Thor Marie Fer rec. Betty Hill Ellison. Betty a mail Lynn Jane j Davis Gilbert Gray. Stern Wood j Kennett and Billy White. Quot a a Road up for nomination at annual meeting tonight ifs titled the annual y. M. \ a athletic banquet but the big affair in the Wesley memorial Church tonight is More than that. The nominating committee of the �?o5"�?T will submit their report on i the Board of directors for die next j year. Secretary Edgar Hartley said today. F. Logan Porter president of j the �?o5 a will preside. Rev. James Kink will deliver the invocation i and re Howard Hartsel will give the Benediction j Gurney i Briggs will Lead in singing. Directors rotary club chosen at today s luncheon Carroll. Smithdeal Wiley. Avers Johnson named rotary club directors for the coming a rotary year were elected at the weekly luncheon of the club held at the Sheraton hotel today at noon. They were Charles f. Carroll jr., g. Curtis Smithdeal. Sam Wiley Nathan m. Ayers and b. Forrest Johnson. Following a Long established custom of rotary these director Wili soon name the officers of the club for the ensuing year. It was announced by president Amos Kearns hat District governor Irvin Morgan who a the guest of the club at last weeks meeting has almost completed his arrangements for the annual District conference Chien is to be held in this City in May. The local committees which Are co operating with the District governor in working out program arrangements ate adding the finishing touches to their work. Following the business meeting messes v. Harry Hodgin and Jack Crews of Irvington x. Entertained the club and its guests with talking pictures. An unusually Large number of guests attended the meeting visiting rotarians being r. L. Pope Tom a. Sykes. Jack Nielson. O. R. Hodgin and Joe Haw thine All of Thomasville f. W Patterson. Greensboro. M. S Perkins Keene. X. In Rev e Lester Ballard. Reidsville Fred g. Holloway. Westminster my. 9. M. Pere Val Albemarle. Gilbert g. Andrews Salem. X. J., George Youngberg Richmond. Va., and a. R Diehl. York a. Other visitors present were Ben Andrews Greensboro. S. Neal. Chicago 111rev. F. W. Paschal Burlington. In. W. Max on Dayton Ohio g. \. Watson Atlanta a. R. H Burroughs. Richmond. A and or. G. I. Humphreys of this City. Social Survey of High Point favored by Agency officials k last Day to enter pictures is Friday Friday afternoon at i Oslo is the deadline for submitting pictures in the Enterprise Spring photo contest which All amateurs in the City ate eligible to enter free of charge. Any photograph which is typical of the Spring season in High Point is eligible for the Competition. And a Cash award of $ j will be Given the person submitting what. In the opinion of the judges is the Hest photograph. Three additional Cash awards of $1 each will he Given for the next three Best pictures the Enterprise will publish the winning pictures and will announce the names of the winners on sunday. Send in your photographs today. Address them to photo contest editor in care of the Enterprise. Coupe Renee the Corm diet mostly Cornic ant c in Island 1.000 ton it alive. An a nehi a Ninny of cd of fish live the a ally fish the uni keep Lonn Nitice appointed to study plan and submit proposal to loin Unity Chest officers Al a meeting last nit lit at the Sheraton hotel marked by outspoken enthusiasm and a unanimous expression of favor 17 representatives of social service agencies of High Point adopted a Resolution urging the necessity of a social Survey. In order that the suggested program might he properly authorized j and put into effect mrs. By. H. Coltrane miss Lucille Johnston and mrs. John Mebane were named As a committee to submit i the proposal to the Community Chest and to assist in devising Means for conducting the Survey j if Chest officials Sanction the plan j in outlining the theme of the meeting with x. T. Praigg presiding mrs Coltrane. Executive Sec rotary of the local red Cross Chap a Ter referred to the recent annual meeting of that organization at i which the advantages of a social Survey were explained by Arthur a. Guild director of the Rich i mond. Va., Community fund j since that time she said exem j lives and officers of the six service agencies had discussed the need of such a Survey in High Point with increasing internet. A if seems to be j Well she pointed out. J a that the effectiveness of the j j agencies is increased and danger iof overlapping services is decreased when definite facts arc know n about persons and families whom the agencies can help most a rut before service planning can i become Active with greatest com a Unity Benefit she said a Survey j i should be made. Its purposes would include the following seven i Points seven Point a Froke study and the Assembly of Trust worthy data about local social problems their nature extent Lo-1 cation significance and their in Ter relationship. A determination of the types of j i service and the amount of each service necessary to meet the so-1 i Cia need. Since it might he impracticable i to service All needs adequately j the Survey would disclose those of most vital importance so that serv ices might he provided Accord i i singly. There must be made a Complete inventory of present activities and facilities and an evaluation of their adequacy and their effective no r f t fit should he determined whether the present activities and ser lets Are needed As much As other services that Are not now j provided and a rearrangement of programs made accordingly. Plans must be formulated i whereby present Fatui ties May be revamped or reorganized and coordinated so that the Best possible program May be developed within the funds available at the present time through governmental approx privations. Community Chest con-1 intuitions and otherwise. Not Only must the Faits be As-1 sent bled but the Story must be so j logically presented As to inspire Confidence on the part of the pub lie in the program. Ways Ami j John Abels vice president of Davidson athletic ass n. John Calvin Abels. Jr., son of or. And mrs. Abels of High Point was recently elected View president of the athletic association at Davidson College where he is a Sophomore. He won his freshman numerals in Golf and his varsity letter in wrestling. He is a member of i Kappa Alpha social fraternity and has been elected Rushing chairman for the coming year. Fire loss in City last month s4.325 fire loss in High Point during the month of March last was estimated by the tire department in a monthly comparative report j issued today at $4,325, bringing the total estimated loss for the Olivit three quarters of the fiscal year to $41,356, or approve Tate july $0,000 More than the estimate i for a corresponding period of the next preceding year. The figures include loss on both buildings and contents. Firemen during the month swered alarms from boxes Calls for 55 fires. There five false alarms during month. On a per capita , the loss for March was to cents and for the first nine months of the year. So cents. Cause of the 55 ties reported were listed in the monthly report As follows physical Hazard. To personal Hazard 42 occupational Hazard. 3 defective flues. 2. And heating eve items. I. An it were the Public opinion will be created to the extent that adequate moral and financial support May be Given to the carrying out of Tho total program it ii Tony in rot i full and Frank opinion was expressed by each participant in Tho meeting disclosing unanimous Harmony in the belief that such objectives Are essential Tiv the Best. Iii work of Tho six local a understood that such a Survey could be readily and with moderate rial outlay. If the official Community Chest Cornu theorizing the out egoist immediate Steps will he taken to gain Tho financial lacking Aud proceed with the work. Those present i resenting their resp at ions were boy scouts r. T. Hall b. W. Hackney girl scouts Mcearn ring. E. H. Black Des. It Lea for treated finance the in an i their reptile Organ Amos w b. H a. Millis. Is it. A. Her Ard Royster Tucker. Harvey Glazier. Y. A a mesdames j. A Millis ii. Millis. Zillah it. Hopkins Aud m Lucille Johnston. Red Cross m Dames m. A Wrenn John Menai w. In Coltrane and x. T. Fran y. M. A e. La. La a Rill lot a1 agencies Only the my Quot As major it. Means must be devised whereby failed out not represented Mcowan havin of town of the i vat iou due o i Dee la How. Than eve Economy sex Quot Over a Ami a _ via t of Hefu arcn0y Fri car i?0,0, mech1"0. A a a led at these Quality you re Money staking new Westing House design. All steel Cabinet insulated against heat and noise. Al porcelain food compartment. Scientific shelf arrangement. Add to these the big san Alloy Froster with express tray release on All trays the Thrifty a a Economizer mechanism with forced draft Cooling lifetime lubrication and backed by a 5-year Protection plan. Be sure to see it and compare the value westin6h0use Rose furniture co. 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