High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 21 1939, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 21, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Friday april 21, 1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page District officer speaker for local Lions club meeting Bob Cook of Shelby tells of positive and negative qualities of citizenship positive and negative qualities of citizenship were emphasized in an address before the High Point Lions club last night by Bob Cook of Shelby governor of District 31-n of Lions International. Presented by George l. Rankin or Cook told the club that procrastination was one of the important faults of american peo Tunzi Quilic Dai ire pie today. Occasional ism he add Inuma Fille us Ilc investigate gasoline club today when regularity on stealing during dinner the other hand is vital. Nega Grover c. Furr. Jr., named treasurer of fraternity at n. State College Grover c. Furr jr., of High Point has been elected by the North Carolina state College chapter of i Kappa Alpha As its treasurer for the year 1939- 40. Other new officers Are John l. Milholland of Statesville president buddy Mcmillian of Marion vice president e. W. Fisher of Salisbury Secretary Sara Waldin of Charlotte House manager Charles smart of Concord Steward George Bethell of Wilmington sergeant at arms and Harvey Hill of Charlotte reports. Laval Waldin of Charlotte was appointed As intramural manager and g. Cox of Greensboro As pledge master. Hon and selfishness he mentioned As two other faults which had no place in the scheme of the Lions dubs. On the other hand he encouraged the development of loyalty. Of idealism of optimism of nobility of character and of service Loyd Flythe was in charge of last program. Visitors included Frank Holmes member of the Thomasville Lions club t. Pc. Costello of Valley Stream Long Island j. H. Kalte of Conover. And John Mebane of High Point. President j. B. Fink presided. A vhf in in Gastonia Gastonia april 21.�? pm representative Sam Rayburn d., teahouse majority Leader will speak at the first annual meeting of the Gastonia chamber of Commerce May 2. Thomasville april 21. A special a Thomasville police Are investigating a Case of a gasoline stealing after a can and Hose were found by the Side of a car which was parked in front of the residence of Julius Green on Elliott drive thursday night during the father son banquet at the woman a club building. Evidently the Gas thieves were frightened away As the Hose had been inserted in the gasoline tank of the car and a Small amount of gasoline had been drawn out. Police were called and the car and Hose Are expected to be a valuable clue in apprehending the guilty parties. My a styx to judging opens Raleigh. April 21.�?up a the Lith annual Southeastern states intercollegiate livestock judging contest began at n. State College Here today with teams from six colleges competing. List of movie Star s in patients Hie studied by narcotic act investigators High Point to be Well represented at Charlotte meet. A. Kirkman will address n. Conference for social service this year High Point will be. Represented at the North Caro pay. Una conference for social serv chief haul e. Madden of the ice. To be held in Charlotte april Tutte narcotic division Sud orc t o i film Star had been named by orto. Frederic Waltz elder As having on the afternoon of the 21th, received 250 doses of a narcotic o. Arthur Kirkman will a Peak during the last year it a charge on the place of the red Cross j 0f los Angeles april 21.�?wm a while a los Angeles physician awaited a prob Aroln hearing today on his plea of guilty to violating californians narcotic act. Investigators studied a list of Hollywood motion picture celebrities recorded in his files As year. A t \ i i fib per visit. He expressed in a balanced social order and the opinion Taftt Nemea of oth. A delegation attending All ses erg pr0minent in the movie col ony had been used without their knowledge and that they had not received narcotics. Business men and society women likewise were listed in the physicians records Madden Dis Sions will include mrs. W. T Povell chairman of the High Point chapter of the red Cross mrs. W. H. Coltrane executive Secretary mrs. S. S. Saunders Home Hygiene instructor mrs. John Mebane mrs. W. B. Thomas and mrs. G. I. Humphreys. Cap ii m. Waynock. Editor of the j Enterprise is a director in the organization. Special interest for High Point surrounds the conference ses i Sions. Since Many of the topics j to he discussed enter into the proposal of a local social Survey initiated at a meeting of local service Agency representatives hero last week. Report and Case studies will be presented dealing with such subjects As Relief we Ork. Living conditions youth development social service methods .Llnqiitncy recreation and Public a a a my is health. Closed. He announced that an extensive Check of drug store files was under Way in an attempt to determine who presented the prescriptions to be filled. Or. Waitzfelder 4 6, a graduate of the University of Munich was arraigned yesterday on Iii Misdemeanour counts of prescribing narcotics without notifying a Tate authorities. He pleaded guilty to two counts and was released wit bout bail by municipal judge Harold Landreth pending his probation hearing May 4. Madden said the physicians arioso climaxed week of investigation. He added that or Waitzfelder had made a sworn statement and had acknowledged that narcotics had been obtained and distributed to persons other than those for which they were supposedly prescribed. Lindbergh insists Quality of u. S. Planes imperative Fri is impetus to drive 4 for funds for aeronautical research Wash Ingon april 21�? up regeneration is minister s topic Nearad quickly Golden Crown table syrup is readily digested transformed into body sugar and quickly supplied to every nerve and tissue in the body ifs the source of surplus Energy. Golden Crown Tai in Sif up is Rich in dextrose the Normal blood sugar of the human body. Flagging Muscles and frayed nerves in adults and children soon Bounce Bock to Normol Ond it is simply delicious in Many ways of serving. Aet your grocer for a we in Crown syrup. Short sol it ce., Lee Maryland you like the Tang of Fine molasses then try Kiko to a my Prad wet at Rte oot Dan Cream talks cancer discussed by or. Brockmann editor s note this is one in n serine of articles on Emeer written by local physicians at flu request of the women a Field army of the american society for tile control of Emeer in connection with a drive against cancer by . H. L. Brockmann to for the the meeting said he declared it Mew Mere was o me new Wii further-1 was vital for the United states i of neither Plato Aristotle ast is one to develop Superior types of civil Themistocles. Nor Solon could fatal can and military aircraft. Tell men How god forgave sin. Cancer is not known. As far As the general Public is concerned latent developments in aircraft. Lindbergh recalled temporal the children of god by Promise alone by rebirth alone. The recreation of a son of Adam. Is a greater Miracle of god s Power to the Broom. Folio.,., by prompt 2. Some member of ,.j11"�?~"j a a a have opposed the California pro 1 1 the attack against breast cancer my to Active duty As an air corps must he the Early recognition of officer will visit the air research any change or symptom relating i Center at Langley Field va., May a message of double importance to you pm % you be never tasted flavor like this 9t s new. 9ts different 9ts delightful in amp a thin Graceful Tumbler la yours for the asking with every Pound of vegetable Margarine to a it \ nil Tom lot Toj l&r1 medical consultation. Many lumps or tutors and other conditions affecting the breast Are not cancerous. Usually however the special knowledge Ana experience of the physician is required to distinguish Between harmful changes in the breast. Sometimes there is no Lump apparent but merely a change in i pm the shape of the breast. No age is free from earner of the breast although it occurs Roet frequently in women of More than 25 years. Occasionally i cancer attacks the male a react. There Are several varieties of cancer of the breast. Some Are j much More Likely t0 be fatal than others. So to to per Cera Are of the More highly dangerous variety. When a Lump occurs in a j breast and medical consultation j is sought the doctor on careful examination May or May not be Lect on the ground that it would ,. D wholly i a needlessly duplicate Exner Imen a a uti science is cleans wholly by needlessly duplicate Experiment f Christ Aud that spirit 1 Tai work being carried on at r a i a a a a i Matey conies into the heart Roi the very i Jas l. Reason that we Are now the sons la strength of american or b a a a i6 forces in comparison with those of european countries has been j a prime topic of congressional Twa versions of death debate during consideration of we my v. Measures. Lindbergh a j of woman circus worker Survey of american facilities combined with i knowledge of i York s. C., april 21 developments abroad is expected i two versions of the death of mrs. In some quarters to figure promi-1 Winnie Newell 3 2-year-old circus performer were before a jury today trying Robert Newell 3 4, Ber husband on a charge of murder. This is the account the defend gently in future legislative discussions. The immediate congressional interest in foreign affairs still unfortunately to nil i we Quot Ltd it it red 0,1 neutrality hear-1 to of himself rave the jury cent f to i j i in both House and Senate he entered his wife trailer on 1 committees. J he Ciruli grounds Here the night the House committee was told 0f january 28, and found Ber dead yesterday by William r. Math or unconscious. He said he did not news editor and publisher of the or quarrel with her. She must Arizona Dally Star Tucson that j have failed accidentally and killed economic Sanction against a herself. Pan would be worthless unless j this account was Given by Ray Oil it the let Tun by it Hose t0 Back them a. Rogers general manager of the a dangerous cancer or a harmless Lump of another kind. His next step if he is not sure is to remove the jump and examine it up by going to War. Advocating repeal of the Neu a trility act Mathews opposed a j plea by or. Walter Judd former a auctions against Japan. Be Noric a. A i medical missionary to China that under the Microscope. If it proves j to be harmless nothing else is necessary of it is a cancer he j will proceed at once to remove the entire breast and maybe also the glands from the under the a pm. In some cases when cancer 1 is known to exist the doctor May i i res dirt to radiation treatment i a Ray or Radium or both j remember cancer of the breast is curable of it is found Early i and if there is no delay in the j diagnosis and application of effective treatment Early recognition and operation applicable to canc r an when in the Oody is specially applicable Here. Done to wait till a tumor grows j larger or produces pain. Omy occasionally is there pain with Tho mass. Fair Grove High grads Are Given their diplomas i Barnett Brothers circus Newell who left the show last september turned up at the Winter quarters Here and he and Rogers quarrelled. Then Newell levied j went to his wife a trailer and a few minutes later there was a commotion and a Dull thud. Rogers summoned police. Newell and his wife had been with the circus about six years. Newell was traffic superintendent Aud his wife had a part in a balancing act. Mrs. Newell had entered suit against her husband for divorce alleging mental cruelty. Newell a trial started yesterday. Chr a. I Arr High Point n cd la Mot by Sci its he them Happy and Davis Corn meal too a y Esma am Happy healthy and full of Good cheer because the family will enjoy your biscuits Moke if they re Mude with Davis Quality tested flour.,.royal Crown Carolina s lest or double a popular brands making Many new friends every Day. And saving important Money for countless Economy conscious housewives. Your grocer has the Brand of your Choice. Ask for a hag next time you go shopping. Aho manufacturer of Davie beet and morning Star flour w. A. Davis milling co. To Fol High Point. N c. Is v <&,1 Complete plans for Moose frolic saturday sunday Thomasville april 21. A special a Plant have been completed for Tho tar Heel legion of the Moose frolic which will be held in Thomasville on saturday j and sunday. A Large registration is expected by Moose officials and registration will take place saturday afternoon. A legion party and dance will be held at the american legion hut beginning at 8 30 saturday night. The sunday program included a business i meeting at tile Moose halt at 10 00 i sunday morning a frolic at 11 00, with provisions made for the women of the Moose and a banquet at 2 00 of clock sunday afternoon at the legion hut at which time Walter l. York of High Point will be toastmaster. Present officers of the Thomasville Moose Lodge include la. Way Russell past dictator Fred Murphy dictator Joe Murphy vice dictator Fred Perdue prelate m. Hamrick treasurer e. Workman Secretary c. T. Anderson trustee Willie sink trustee and Ollie Thomas trustee. The local legion members include h. Way Russell. Fred Mur i Phy Marion s. Phillips. M. Hamrick Joe Murphy Willie sink. I Tom Harris c. T. Anderson Ollie Thomas John Fowler i a Hiatt. Jess Murphy John Bain basis it. L. Kennedy and Arnold stack. Thomasville april to. It. Gov. Horton praises special it a thirty one members 1 of the senior taws of the fair Grove school near Thomasville were presented their diplomas at the graduating exercises held Iii the school auditorium thursday night. The address was Given by former congressman j. Walter Lambeth. Or. Lambeth gave a highly inspirational address to the students assembled for tile occasion. Members of the class receiving diplomas were Dorothy Beane Carroll Beusse Eola Mae Beck Billy Blair Mallei Bodenheimer Elvida Black. Moese Clodfelter Anna Jean Crouse Mildred for incl Iasoni. Jacqueline Everhart Genevieve Grubb Gray Harris Lucille Hedrick. Hannah mopier Estella Hall Odel Hiu Hazel Lee Aaron i owe Ethel Mae Marsh Jaunita Manor i Levo Myers Paine m Milden Billy Miller Inez Parrish Lena Mac Parrish John Reid Shirley Rothrock Hazel Rothrock. Ethel Underwood Ruth Mae Walker and Claude Thayer. Class officers include president Moese Clodfelter vice president. Hazel Rothrock Secretary. Carroll Beusse and treasurer. Billy Blair. Mascots of the class include Patty sue sink and George Austin Kearns. Retired Farmer burned to death in hotel fire Whiteville april 21.�? up a James Bullard 68-year-old retired Farmer was burned to death yesterday in a fire that destroyed a 28-room apartment House Here. Sixteen other persons escaped without injury. The flames had enveloped the rear of the Structure when tils covered. Firemen were unable to for better american plane gave impetus today to a drive for j speaking to a congregation More Federal funds for Aero-1 which is increasing nightly. Rev. Nautical research. Mck. R. Long brought an illum the noted flier told the a coating message thursday night tonal advisory committee for at South Side Baptist Church. Aeronaut that emphasis should declaring that the two greatest be placed on Quality instead of i marvels of gods Power Are the Quantity in plane development j incarnation of Christ and the re the committee has recommended j generation of Man he said in a $10,000,000 research station at part Sunnyvale calif., which Ware i a nature cannot Rise above it ejected by the House. The Senate j self. And we cannot act above approved $4,000,000 to Start the what Are by nature. Man by was project. Dom knows not god. The roman Lind Bergh conferred with his age of Gold succumbed to the colleagues on the committee Yea age of Stiver. The Bard of Man Ter Day after a 25-minute visit a vva8 followed by a horde of with president Roosevelt. He did commercial hucksters. Athens had not disclose his recommendations twelve shrines to Athena on Mars the female breast is one of the i but some of those who attended Hill but the a a la Quot holy. A Mon frequent locations for Tho the meeting said he declared it i shrine there was to the development of cancer More cancer of the breast of the most frequently fatal ,. Tell Era with which we have to Deal. His reported advice was that Yhr a Jer in a he the yet even cancer of the breast is i plane production could he speedy and explication but he i in t realm of conscious Heiing and Progress of n. Negroes Charlotte april 21 a of a the Progress of the negro in North Carolina has been a equated in education by any other people in any other age ill gov. W. P. Horton told the 20th annual state conference of the North Carolina commission on interracial cooperation Here last night. Horton said he believed the machine age was affecting the negro As much As the White race. And asked his hearer to be patient until adjustments to a new age could be made. He cited the greek and roman adjustment periods As examples saying the greek tin Sitison period lusted 1,000 years the roman 500. A a a a Morehead City racing commission appointed Morehead City april 21.�? in a or Ben f. Royal. Stanley Woodland and or. Darden Eure comprised the Morehead City racing commission today. The Board of aldermen selected Hie three to carry out provisions of a Law enacted by the 1939 general Assembly authorizing establishment of a dog and horse racing track Here subject to an election. The aldermen left the question of setting an election Date to the commission. Check the Blaze fanned by a brisk wind. The wooden Structure known As the old Harrelton hotel was constructed More than 25 years Uxa. They came Millers crispy Corn flakes 3 packages 14c in buggies Little red wagons Small automobiles limousines and even on roller skates to big Bear last week and took advantage of our anniversary Sale bargains. We thank All of you who helped make our Sale such a Success and on account of so Many requests we continue for one More week our anniversary Sale visit a big Bear Market department Upton a Tea vile. Pkg. Of a Tea Glass free it lilt Blue Label breakfast Bacon la. A in in in 20c fresh lean shoulder pork roast la. 15c Home Lii led fryers la. A a a 21c shoulder of i amb roast la. A a a 15c Western beef round Steak la. 25c North. A an Lilia strawberries pure lard 8s67 dromedary Grapefruit juice 4 no. 2 cans Peanut butter 2 18c pickles crackers Salmon vegetables vinegar Corn Snowdrift prunes Coffee Tomato juice j4our or Hill Gran Kinky Carnation Pink Libby fancy mixed Helm cider Stokl pjs finest no. 2 a Olden Bantam can Culup Brut a 2125c 2,k 14c a a 10c ��12c = 10c 124c 6-93 c 6. 25c 2 29c 3-20 c bakery dept. Kadi Strawberry pies each.24c mar he allover Roll each. 19c Bye or French bread loaf. Ioc egg Roll doz.l5c spit cd Lorge Small cake 48c 25c sea foam Candy la. 35c Ltd offer cakes each 10c f h ilk 3-4 Mil a Lac j f duh. Paper i sugar to 47c Flo us % Eagle m la. E Plain or m my _ % self rising bag >9c of Joi Roma la. 10c Sik Knob i by sufi no. 2 cd pineapple 15c salad Kino salad dressing quart jar23c Golden Rio Coffee Pound 9c Garden fresh produce fancy tender Green Beans a i yeah solid build Freyli a Mozilla Garden peas fancy yellow new bed potatoes firm Ripe Tomato Green Pepper Radi to a a celery Green cabbage oranges Grapefruit Iione grown Straw Berri etc., at lowest Market prices lbs. 25c Heads 15c lbs. 15c 2 lbs. 15c Octagon Sale soap or powder. 4c toilet soap 4 bars 18c Cleanser 2 cans 9c soap chips pkg. 8c granulated soap pkg. 8c super suds Small q i Dirge 1 p package of package. I Tiv concentrated super suds re 9c, a 19c Silver Kino dog food 2�?~�?o15c Del Maiz Cream style Corn can 10c Ore food 109-111 East Washington Street less Money Hio South main Street

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