High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 21 1939, Page 14

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 21, 1939, High Point, North Carolina fourteen the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of High Point North Carolina Friday april 21, 1930 prof. And mrs. Lovelace attending Celebration at Duke University prof. Sr., of and mrs. A. C. Lovelace High Point College educational department left this morning for Durham where they will attend the Duke University Jone Hundredth anniversary Celo brat Ion. Major colleges and universities from the americas and foreign i countries w ill he represented at pile Centennial. Prof. Lovelace will represent the local College Everial noted speakers Are scheduled for the occasion to address the Reese natives. Evangelical and reformed democrats to How Young people to meet today gathering tonight ship by rail for safety. For Economy. For promptness a nothing but service to sell High Point Thomasville and Denton Railroad phone 4511 slate convention Itig will porn Here banquet Church to i irs on Ajili i meet re with m. P. Informal held Al speaker Host meeting to be headquarter Over 225 delegates representing Many sections of North Carolina have arrived in this City for the opening session this evening at 5 30 of clock of the state Young people s conference evangelical and reformed Church in its fourteenth annual meeting. Most of the sessions will be held at the evangelical a ii to reformed Church of High Point where i Rev. Tioy l. Fesperman is Pas a Tor. The conference will adjourn saturday afternoon. Tonight the delegates will gather at the first methodist protestant Church at 7 of clock for their Sprinkle gasoline service from Export saves serves satisfies i62c Sprinkle service station i.t08 v main St. Tax Pai Peh u Amax a 5. Vav Here a a inst of Money saving food values that were prepared especially for limited food budgets. Come in today or tomorrow and take advantage of these specials. Spring cleaning necessities a a hiring u a Kochi Boom mop Ami Hauht 9 /. I lot ii for. A us Johnston pm Mhz a i la. Can. Dec pm kit he comm j a pint bottle ave Hon Ahi t Ake or i powder. I it u. 1 id Iak. Nil. I us Salt 5c Hove for in a t Back lab 7c a a Quot Quot Quot wafers la a 2 for 25c Smiss k j i i 1/ Quot Ham. Y1 i l in Small or i Large i of oni Koi n it St Klu Lenh Green Beans 2 lbs. Lbs. A i i. Dinu a i k i-1.11, ski nth Tamato butter Catsup a. A to of. Bottles matches 6boxes. 15c u Kvis u t Iii starch 3-5c pkg. ,11c Wisconsin stat he and cheese 2 lbs 31c som Al Iii it nkw�?4irf.cn Lake p e a scan 9c Lill grape Jam,2-lb. Jar.21c 17-0/ can Grapefruit juice. 15c fancy Ca hoi, f. F. V. Strawberries crackers i in Box 3 boxes 25c pm pid flour sugar to. Plain or self rising 24 lbs. 48 lbs. 59c $1-15 48c i or Rice 3 lbs. Ile vegetables i Quality meats Larck la Kad fancy California lettuce 2for. .15c veal chops b. I is i n Young tfx Der yellow Squash 2 lbs. 15c boiled Ham i b. I i3c pork chops. La. I i9c Grapefruit 2 for. 5c Fargis stalk celery 7c Bologna sliced la 12�c rom an Ria k la Sikl Bacon 1-lb. Pkg. 21c s. W. Horne s store Corner Ennis and Tryon phone 6496 Ideal grocery Highland grocery i Corner rnoli9u and bbio04 a a phone 2338 Highland Mai. Phone 7476 i Fairmont grocery Hillcrest grocery Enol by Ete Eit bztbnb10n phone mss u613 Prospect Street v phone 48121 f Oak Lambeth grocery % Corner Chough and Burton phone 4046 a a a �1 phone 4387 democratic Headquarters will he thrown open tonight at is West. Commerce Street with an informal get together meeting to which All democrats in the City Are being invited Walter criss Man High Point township democratic chairman announced today. There will be no formal addresses hut the meeting will he rather in the nature of a get together for the opening of the Headquarters and pointing toward a big rally to be held next tuesday night or. Crissman said. Light refreshments will be served tonight. Next tuesdays rally will Mark the formal opening of the democratic Campaign Here. Next tuesday is also Thel ast Day for registration it was pointed out. Local delegates uniting Church to attend conference Large classes in hand Grenath throwing Are being organized Russia. A new Plant in Bombay Supply All the rubber tires in India. No Usi ill or. Ii. I. Williamson above pastor of the Fie it presbyterian of ii Reb who will address lie convention of Vang Huttl and reformed Yousik hopi Here tonight Ami Rev. Hoy i. Pepper Mill below motor of the hot Church for the rom pm Ion. Tar Heel legion of Moose to meet sessions Vuk ill Thomasville a pen oin Orrow annual banquet. Or. O. C. Williamson pastor of first presbyterian Church High Point will speak to them on the subject a youth and personal evangelism a among the speakers tomorrow will he Rev. Banks j. Peeler and Rev a. O. Leonard of Lexington and a missionary from the foreign Field. Croup meetings will enter into discussions of the Central theme of the conference John w. Sullivan of Thomasville will preside at the banquet tonight and at the general sessions tomorrow. Officers of the Young people s group Are As follows president John let. Sullivan. Thomasville vice president jail Holt Greensboro Secretary Edna Mae Whitt Burlington treasurer Geneva Bestian. Salisbury District superintendents Eastern a miss Margaret Greeson Greensboro Davidson Forsyth a Cleve shut win St on Salem Central a Boro i h y Peeler Faith Western Lucille Warlick Lincolnton classical committee Rev. Goo. Dillinger Winston Salem and Rev. Geo. T. Fit. Salisbury. Three Hundred Young people Are expected in attendance. Councils meet at Elm Street school the Elm Siree school primary j Council composed of the first second and third grades of the school met thursday morning lit the school auditorium arid the l per Glades Council composed j of the fourth fifth and sixth Glades met on thursday afternoon. The primary Council which has j been formed Only recently has As its objectives safety at school and at Home healthful living and Good citizenship at Home and at 1 school. Each of the Grade representatives made a report and the president Charles Harbison j spoke briefly. Miss Maggie Lou Blackmon s second Grade Aas in i charge of the program and presented an enjoyable musical 1 health play. Officers of this Council Are Charles Harbison pres ident humane Mcarthur Vic president Hetty to Hedrick Secretary and Jiminy Hardison program chairman. The Council meets twice each month. The lopper a Cades Council which has been operating All year is headed by Esther free of the sixth Grade. Reports were made by the girl and boy patrols Junior nurses lunch room and basement monitors Grade representatives. Ami members of the group itself. Mrs. Allene Schroder principal presented certificates to the winners of the Grade spelling contests and announced that Esther free would represent the school in the City wide contest. She also reported on the attendance for the past school month. The program was in charge of miss Margaret Chatfield s fourth and fifth grades and consisted of an interesting health Day and a number of poems and famous proverbs. The tar Heel legion of the Loyal order of Moose will hold its frolic at Thomasville tomorrow and sunday it was announced today. Registration for the meeting will take place at the Sheraton hotel Here from 4 to 8 of clock tomorrow and after 9 p. In. Registration will take place at the legion hut in Thomasville. At 8 to o clock there will he a legion party and dance at the american 1/egion hut in Thomasville. Sunday morning at to there will he a business in the Moose Hall with the frolic beginning at 11 o clock. Also at la of clock the women of the Moose will hold a meeting at the Moose Hall. At 2 p. In. The re will be a banquet at the american legion hut. W. L. York of High Point will serve As toastmaster. Officers will be elected at this meeting. Expected in attendance Are members from Danville va., High Point Spray i. Airy Winston Salem Burlington Thomasville Hickory Lenoir Asheville and Greensboro. Pritchard and \. J. Koonce Ltd oing i rom i Point to Kansan City sunday on wednesday morning of next week. April 26, the uniting conference which is to merge the methodist episcopal Church the methodist episcopal Church South and the methodist protestant Church into one Large denomination will meet at Kansas City. To. Those having voting privilege will he 900 delegates who will represent the annual and general conferences of the three Church bodies. Among those who will represent the methodist protestant Church of talc state Are the following High Point citizens or. A i. Humphreys president of High Point College or. J. E. Pritchard. President of the North Carolina conference and Arnold j. Koonce. Prominent Layman of first methodist protestant Church. High Point. Other methodist protestant delegates from this Section of the elate Are j. Norman wills Greensboro mrs. W. C. Hammer Frank bedding and or. S. W. Taylor All of Asheboro or. R. M. Andrews editor and business manager of the methodist protestant Herald Greensboro local delegates will leave sunday for Kansan City. They with other representatives from methodist protestant Church of North Carolina will he housed in the Robert e. Lee hotel in the Missouri City 1 the methodist protestant Herald hears this reference to the i great meeting a at thic Confer of clock 1 erne great issues Are to he de session j Elded. It is True that. The plan of Union adopted by the three denominations guarantees the general principles to he incorporated into the new Church but Many details must be worked out and much machinery must he set up to enable it to Frances Willard will be honoured sunday night at 7 30 of clock at. The Wesley memorial Church the 100th anniversary of the birth Willard will be celebrated. Mies Willard is the Only woman whose statue is in the Hall of Fame at Washington. Miss Thelma Morrison of Greensboro College dressed in a costume each As Frances Willard wore will give a monologue portraying the important episodes in the life of miss Willard. The theme of the monologue will be a the uncrowned miss Morrison has presented this monologue at the state a c. T. It. Convention in Goldsboro twice in Greensboro and four times in Durham and has always received i appreciative response from her audiences. The Public la invited to come to this service. The local chapter of the w. C. 1 t. U. Has had painted a portrait i of miss Willard which will be presented to the High Point pub j lie Library on thie Centennial year. Building we can help you funds arc available for Home Buie ins. Sir us now for Pat ocular Atlantic by sliding amp loan association Security Bank bldg phone re roof now with Johns Manville roofing fire resistant and Long wearing of h. A. Terms on repairs and remodelling. Parker Brown co. Phone 4h25 317 Oak it. Are being held at 7 30 each evening. Or. Love will preach at the la j i of clock service sunday morning. I while the pastor Rev. R. C. Kirk i will fill or. Loves appointment at pleasant Grove near Thomas Ville. Rev. Paul Taylor pastor of the Randolph circuit will preach at Archdale methodist j Church at 9 45 of elot k sunday morning thus taking care of or. Kirk s regular appointment there i give your family use the Best la a refrigeration Bec oar Beautiful i refrigerator part my a Erma a Iii a rpm Roo Central ice delivery company 512 West Broad Street phone 4507 Ward Street revival to continue several Days Bird roofs approved applicators phone 3191 North Wrenn St. 3 years to pay High Point roofing co. Bird termites Are destructive let your insect trouble be ours free inspection. General exterminating co. Dial 4391 India will constructing new roads. Spend i 25,000 ,500,000 Miles revival services which have been conducted at Ward Street methodist Church since last Sun Day by Rev Fred r. Love. Pas Tor of pleasant Grove methodist in j protestant Church will continue of through a portion of next week it was announced today. Services Quality Ruof it a Viking at lowest ladies soles heels 25c up prices 55c up i 55c up 1 City shoe shop i West Commerce Street opposite Security National Bank of Cam Mik Ani deliver phone 2090 English wants a slogan Long memory Baltimore the Law never forgets. A Lido watch was stolen in 1920 from Andrew Fisher. Detective William a. Of Brien found it yesterday in a Pawn shop. J the owner is dead but police Hope to return the timepiece to his widow. Cash and other valuable prizes first prize $2 5.c >0 1 n i of a pm and a $75 credit voucher second Ponze $15 in Cash and a $70 credit voucher w third prize $10 in Cash and a $65 credit voucher honorable mention $50 credit voucher any one credit Good for face value not to exceed one third the Purchase Price on any one used car or truck new Ford Mercury Lincoln Zephyr or Ford truck in Stock. This contest closes tonight at la o clock Cash Aud credit vouchers will he Given to people who least expect them. Only a few minutes work is All it takes. Equal prizes in Case of a tie. All slogans must be in the mail by la p. In Friday night april 21st. All winners will be notified by mail and also published in this paper on monday april 24th. Any credit voucher issued expires 7 p. Rn., wednesday night april 26th. Credits Are Good Upari of tin Down payment. I Kruit vouch Krs Ark trans kor a Ruk no employee of infirm May enter contest. More than one honorable mention May in issued. Only oin slogan from any one family. Send All slogans to. English motor company inc. Directions first prise goes to the person who sends us what is considered by the judges As the Best slogan. Second prize for what is considered by the judges As the next Best. Aud so on. Hero Are three examples of slogans which Are now in use by other firms. These will give you an idea of what to Send in. Your slogan must not contain Over ten words. A we sell with Courtesy and service with a a the place where value and service a a Square Deal behind every ii is not necessary to use either the name of English motor co., Ford or Mercury in your slogan although one or All May be used if desired. of ii in is or. Frank , Secretary to a Riiber of Commerce or. Kun gone jarred jarred stationery to. Or. H. V Milliard pres. H. P. Savings is Trust co. Authorized 201 East Washington St dealer High Point n. C. I i i t j t t $ t 1 Coupon i hereby submit the following slogan for the judges consideration. I agree to abide by the decisions of the judges without question. Nam is str kit and no. Town run in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in in

Search all High Point, North Carolina newspaper archives

Explore other publications from High Point, North Carolina

All newspaper archives for April 21, 1939

Browse