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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 14, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page fourteenth High Polat Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry hug it Point North Carolina Friday april in its youth should choose own career or. Milner tells life adjustment meeting High Point b s bring 102la in Newyork today mrs. Sarah f. Watkins is claimed by death at son in Laws Home three children need permanent Home badly fir to conference of Kiln held to High Point school today panel discussions held a youth can and should choose his ova life work he mar not succeed in tile work that someone else chooses for him or. Clyde a. Milner pres ident of to Milford College told students Iii attendance at the first life adjustment conference at the senior High school acre today. Speaking on the subject of can make of your life what you will a or. Milner declared that a a person becomes older he should try to become increasingly Independent of others As ultimately to will have to depend largely upon himself. Or. Milner a keynote address opened the conference. Rev j. Lav Madison pastor of the first method let protestant Church led the devotional program. Principal d. P. Whitley introduced the visitors and speakers. Kathryne Allen president of the student body presented or. Milner. Following the Assembly program the student. And visitors went into a group of panel discussions led by visiting men and women. The leaders and their subjects included the following advertising n. T. Praigg agriculture and forestry Flake Shaw army Navy major a f. Sea right aviation officer from fort Bragg Beauty culture mrs. Leis Haithcock business prof. W. H. Ford chemistry. Or. P. M. Ginnings choosing your life work miss Christine Prue civil service a t. Winslow commercial Art Hubert Rockwell designing girls dresses Gregory p. Ivey department dote w. B. Shearer dramatics a k quiet the mrs. H. Engineering w. Florist. Ashburn Tare Industry g. Girls dresses mrs. Hosiery Industry j. L lip Sale in new York pity today of a Block of High Point municipal Bond Al Tosis a brought expressions of renewed Confidence in the dts a a financial condition among officials at City Hail. It it j manager f. M. Knox said be received Lite report from new York tit morning that the Block of to Bonds a maturing january i Toto were sold at the ii to above Par Price paid for the Bonds in tile transaction is particularly significant Iii the opinion of the City manager in View of the fait tile same Bonds were sold Ai 4.3 five years ago Ami at one time real lied a Low of 43. A a a a mrs. Sarah France Watkins 86. Died at the Home of her son in Law. D. Johnson route i High Point thursday night at 7 35 following an illness of to Days. She had made her Home Here for the past two years. Mrs. Watkins was born in Louisa county va., August 7, 1852. The daughter of the late tame. F. Lea and Anne m. Hughson. She is survived by one daughter mrs. J. D. Johnson two sons. Marion m. Watkins of Louisa a and c. E. Watkins of Kent a store pc. 15 grandchildren and three great grandchildren two Sisters Rosa c. Lea. Of near Louisa va., mrs. John c. Hester of near Louisa a the body was carried to the Home of . V. Goo. H at Kent a store. Va., and funeral services three children a two boys Anil a girls whose Kotlier is dead Anil whose father Lias deserted them Are in need of a permanent Home it was announced today at the High Point welfare department office one of the boys is aged nine the other six and the girl is four years old. Any persons willing to provide these children with a permanent Home is urged to Contact officials at the welfare department in the county building As Early a possible. Mrs. Troy l. Smith Dies at Hospital republicans to stage rally meeting tonight mrs. Smith Ber 16. 1 898, the daughter Stokes county South Africa has banned pin tables. Will be con meted saturday afternoon at. 3 p. In. With interment in Beulah cemetery. Mrs. Troy Lee Smith 40, died at a local Hospital this morning shortly before 3 of clock. She had been a patient there since yesterday morning. Was born septem in Stokes county of Jerry Berry of and the late Mary Ellen Hurd of Stokes county. Before her marriage to or. Smith in 1919. She was Janie Emma Berry. Mrs. Smith is survived in addition to her husband by two daughters Martha and Margaret one brother j. A. High Point the Berry of Stoker Brothers. Marion Berry of Stokes Smith had made High Point for Smith All of father Jerry county two and Maynard county. Mrs. Her Home in the past three saturday when there will be a Short funeral service conducted by Rev. C. F. Noble pastor of pentecostal Church and the i funeral cortege will then go to Palmyra m. E. Church in Stokes county of which the deceased was a member. There the funeral service proper will be conducted at 2 of clock by the pastor of the Church and interment will be made in the Church cemetery. Mrs. Smith was proceeded in death by an infant son who died yesterday shortly after noon. High Point republicans hold a rally meeting at trip Headquarters 131 South we a cart Street tonight beginning at 7 30 of clock township chairman a. L. York announced today. All Republican candidates will be present for tile meet big and Are expected to speak briefly. Or. York extended a special invitation to the ladies to attend tonight a meeting. Preparations will be made for a vigorous Republican Campaign or. York said. Quai n v i 55c up snot repairing at lowest ladies soles heels 25c up Prici s 55cupi years and resided Ding Street where remain until 12 at 1115 red the body will o clock noon City shoe shop i wish comte Nguk s phone 2090 o a a a Rositi sit i in nation i Bank Marshall Eti Albion Millis f. Freeman Elliott Furni a. Batchelder d. T. Yow w. Snot her t. R. Foust will head Guilford schools again termites Are destructive let your insect trouble be ours free inspection. General exterminating co. Dial 4391 by journalism John Mebane Law James b. Lovelace Medicine or. C. F. Ridge music miss Janet Hall nursing miss Hazel Johnson personality. Miss Vera idol radio Gary \ Davis recreation w. Pm Bailey religion. Or. P. E. Lindley sportsmanship Edgar Hartley teaching. Or. C. R. Henshaw teen age problems. Or. W. D. Perry traffic safety l. H. Raker worthwhile books movies radio programs. Mrs. Nancy k. Poston and Dave Largin or. Or. We d. Perry of the University of North Carolina and ship by rail for safety. For Economy. For promptness a nothing but service to sell High Point Thomasville and Denton Railroad phone 4511 at a meeting of the county Board of education held at courthouse in Greensboro yester j Day morning. Thomas r. Foust was re elected superintendent of Public instruction for Guilford county. The Board praised the work of or. Foust who has served As superintendent of the county schools for 34 years directing the course of education in its steady Progress throughout that period. Committeemen were also appointed to serve in the various school districts of the county. Committeemen in districts near High Point Are As follows District no 2, embracing Only Allen Jay school Marvin ingrain j. M. Thomas Claude col Tracie i j. Summey g. H. Weant. No. 7 embracing Jamestown. Sedgefield and Union Hill White and Florence negro schools r. H. Hayworth mrs. c. Johnson Jesse Hayworth mrs. W. G. Ragsdale 0. M. Bun by. No. 18, embracing Only Oak View school or. L. R. Zimmerman. E. C. Blair i. L. Risks. Funeral c. P. Simmons held at Home in Gibsonville funeral Servile it a c. P. Simmons 36, of Gibsonville who died at Duke Hospital tuesday afternoon were conducted thursday afternoon 1 30 of clock at the Home by Rev. C. N. Royal pastor of Green Street Baptist Church High Point Rev. J. W. I Groce pastor of Oak View meth Wiist Church. High Point and Rev. Or. Howell of Burlington. Burial followed at Floral Garden cemetery in this City. Surviving in addition to his widow Are three sons Charles Norman and j. F Simmons All of the Home a daughter Jean Simmons also of the Home three Sisters. Mrs j. A Pendergrass and mrs. G. M. Allison of High Point and miss Louise simmon.-, of Asheboro the parents or. And mrs. J. R. Simmons of a he Boro. La to Horace i can never Harry a sniffer Quot a a sniffing Era Aero Dinjer to la to to reports is one who sniffs at anything that does no to Cost a lot of Money. Now this was a Good act while it lasted but Patty has seen our used cars and knows that you Don t have to pay extravagant prices for our better used cars Stop in. You won t find any Quot sni fingers Quot Here 1938 Chevrolet master do luxe 2-door Sedan. Only 12,000 Iii is. In perfect condition. A 4 it a a real buy at. To u45aou 1938 Koki �?o8.v Tudor Sedan. Original a St a tire. A bargain for. 2 1937 Chevrolet master de luxe in a 2-door sedans. Only each. 1936 Plymouth de luxe 4-door Sedan radio. Heater new tires. A Good clean ear a Taa for Only to 4zo.uu 1936 Plymouth de luxe 2-door Sedan. Good and clean. Don t miss this car �10ap a for. 1934 Plymouth do luxe 2-door so Jjo Oft a Dan. A Good car for Only. To it Tyi a us 1933 Dodge coach. See this one. It j of a Only. 3 145.00 used car salesmen Charlie Hendrix a Earl Phillips new car salesmen t. C. Kivett a Paul Greene a John Austin furniture City motors inc. 792 North main Street phone 3296 authorized de Soto and Plymouth Sale and service dressed the boys on Quot boys problems and Mio Betsy Dupuy of High Point addressed the girls on a girls this afternoon or. Henry Ixonia Smith president emeritus of Washington and Lee University was to speak on a preparing for a Complete Bird roofs approved applicators Chon 24si Worth Wrynn St. J years to re a High Point roofing co. Byrd Sun it tit building we can you funds ire available for Home build in. Sre us now for particular to. Atlantic building a i Gan asset i at Ion Security Bank bids phone 231 re roof now with Johns Man Ville roofing fire resistant and Long wearing f. H. A. Terms to a repairs and remodelling. Parker Brown co. Phons 4fli� 317 Oak St. Sprinkle gasoline ervice from seaports saves serves satisfies to x i a i a a a in 1u2c a pub gallon wrinkle service station Ison n main St. Give your family the Best use la a refrigeration see our Beautiful i refrigerator a prices and term will Surprise Roo Central ice deliver company 512 Hest Broad Street phone 4507 feta to it replacement generators a a a a genuine Tillotson carburettors the finest replacement carburettors made Here s your Chance to Bur one at a a Cire away Price for Ford a genuine Firestone leaner it this in altar to f a r rimming a i to a r Attal ant Iffatt Rem your or Laavasa a a ohm by Ltd him a a Frith. 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