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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 25, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Thursday april 25, 1910tue High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point. North Carolina Page eleven Sec. \ five arrested in negro fire officers believe dance Hall was set ablaze Natchez miss., april 25.�? pm Natchez officials seeded preparations today for burial of 198 negroes who lost their lives when flames racing through festooned Moss trapped them in a one exit dance Hall. The bodies most of them still unidentified filled three negro undertaking establishments and embalmers were called in from nearby towns to help prepare them for interment. Police chief Joe Serio said he had arrested five negroes suspected of setting fire to the corrugated Iron sheathed building hut declined to give their names. Sheriff Hyde Jenkins said his investigation indicated the fire was set accidentally. Windows Nai ded la about 300 negroes members of the Honey wasters social club were dancing to the jazz tunes of Walter Barnes Chicago orchestra tuesday night when Moss decorations caught fire and the room flashed in flames. A windows of the converted Blacksmith shop had been nailed up to keep out a Gate crashers and most of the Panicky dancers stampeded to the j rear. Others got out the front j door Entrance. Many victims crushed or suffocated fell in piles that mount-1 de Waist High. Cross word Puzzle Royal pretender horizontal i Archduke Quot it pretender to austrian hungarian throne. 5 veranda. To his Mother former Empress a. 14 idiot. 15 he has lived in most of his life. 16 god of love. 17 to Perch. 19 to share. 21 to implore. 23 Garden vegetable. 24 to snip. 26 Palm Lily 27 doctrine. 31 satan. 33 greedy. 34 sudden fright. 35 to tilt. 36 Ruby spinel. 38 snapping Beetle. 40 a word letter. Answer to previous Puzzle Iet Janit in i9rssr in a 0 Imp Surara 123 huh Russ h 44 roof Edge. 46 to vex. 47 the Academy. 50 Many reports or is Are circulated about him. 53 egg shaped. 54 opposite of Day. 55 Assam silkworm. 57 he is a member of the once powerful a a family. 56 salutation. Vertical 1 relating to. 2 lacerated. 3 to honk. 4 Genus of swans. 5 Flower Leaf. 6 draft animal. 7 place torn. 8 to applaud. 9 dissenter. 10 Genus of grasses. 11 to annoy. 12 pedal digit. 13 like. 18 believers in a Creed. 20 Kite end. 21 his a or Fortune has been confiscated pm. 22 pertaining to tides. 25 punitive. 28 pernicious. 29 Palm thatch. 30 verbal. Termination. 32 front piece of a Cap. 34 upstart. 36 part of a Rosary. 37 Balsam. 39 wild ducks. 41 encircles. 42 coupled. 43 form of 45 arabian title. 47 Kava. 48 head covering. 49 ovum. 51 Coin. 52 Long Inlet. 53 exclamation. 56 common verb. In is Quot in is r w deep River news the deep River Phil lathes met for their regular monthly business meeting thursday night with mrs. R. Carmichael. New officers were elected teacher mrs e. J. White Secretary Aud treasurer mrs. C. E. Thornton and president mrs Frank Smith refreshments were served at the Cloee of the meeting. The Young Peoples sunday school class met for their regular meeting thursday night with miss Florence White with 11 members present. After a business a a Seton games were enjoyed Ami refreshments were served the prayer meeting held saturday night with or. And mrs. Spence i hankies was Well attended to r 31 in Al 53 57&Quot to ill ii f 16 i r tour lips for travel fans prepared by Carolina motor club travel Counselor tie a carolinians who Are looking for sortie place to go will find a full course travel feat on this weeks entertainment menu reports mrs. Irene Crews local Carolina motor club manager. Top Billing on the Calendar is Given Charleston a Azalea festival which started tuesday and will continue through sunday. Indict tons that Peak Bloom in the Low country s gardens will extend through the fete period have spurred inquiries and route requests at All of the clubs travel offices and one will he Likely to find Many friends and acquaintances in attendance at South Carolina s Mardi gras in miniature. . Boys to hear French 75�?Ts fort Bragg n. 0., april 25. A Young men attending the citizens military training Camp to be held Here june 12-Jlily la will have an Opportunity of seeing a Battery of the famous French 75 millimetre gun tiring a privilege Seldom accorded to other civilians. Enrollees of previous c. M. T. Camps moreover will be More than Mere spectators of a firing Battery. The a a reds a or second year men and the a a Whites or third year trainees will actually Man the guns serving As gunners Fuze setters and canno neers. The a a blues or fourth year enrollees candidates for commissions As second lieutenants of Field artillery in the officers Reserve corps will have an even More thrilling experience for they will conduct the fire of a Battery by giving commands to cause the guns to Register on the targets. All of the basics or Young men attending Camp for the first time will be stationed behind the guns while they Are firing. After several hours spent in watching their comrades serve the pieces the basics will be taken to an observation Post where they can witness the bursting of the shells in the Field. Next year the basics selected for a second Camp will become canno neers. Germans airlines in now control Mexico. Four big done to neglect slipping false Teeth do false depth drop slip or Sabole when you talk. Eat. Laugh or sneeze Don t be annoyed and embarrassed by such handicaps fas Teeth an alkaline non acid powder to Sprinkle on your plates keeps false Teeth More firmly set. Gives confident reeling of a a Curt to and added Comfort. No Gummy gooey pasty taste or feeling. Get fa8-Teeth today at any drug store. Mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt s address at Asheville on Friday is also expected to result in increased motor traffic on the part of Carol unions anxious to both see and hear the widely travelled first lady. Is i Ai test 3? Yipu or by r a it 3t a and much interest is being shown ii. These meetings. On last saturday night or. And Only a few More Days of Wagger s drive for 500 new customers new Low prices and new easy terms buy now pay As Low As 50 a week free pinocchio dolls with every Purchase of $10 and Over fair Trade items excepted Diamond bridal sets to nationally advertised watches pay 50c a week half the regular Price Brand new watches. Fully guaranteed. But discontinued models. Our sup ply is limited. Hurry get yours now Underwood portable new Low Price at a r. C. A. Licensed automatic radio bargains in Hugi Lah o Mumm. A it an Ili to Kia Board a Stan Baria ribbon a Hack Sima fit a Complete w Ith Ca Hhd inc Cas i a to Oakwood is kid Anh Dik ability pay 75 cents a week $2975 Sel Brand new 1940 models that regularly sell for up to s21.95 now at one Low Price your Choice. Pay soc week $1595 table amp console models. Up to $44.95 co \ a your Choice. Wagger jewelry Elwood hotel Corner see our windows or. Clarence Kiser. Or. And or. Walter Kiser or. Evie Thornton Jesse Darla and Terrence Thornton attended a fish Fry it the Home of or. And mrs. Mcwhorter of High Point. Mrs. H. M. Williams mrs. C v. Bundy and mrs. E. J. White spent thursday in Greensboro guests of of. R. E. Crews Aud 1 attended the Flower show. Mrs. Ezra Sampson and mrs. I Elbert Sampson of Greensboro i were All Day guests thursday of mrs. Reuben Jordan. Those visiting in the Home of j or. Evil Thornton sunday were a or. And mrs. J. C. Boseman of Greensboro or. And mrs. Grady i Green and son Charles of Abbott Creek or. And mrs. Charlie car a Michael and son Jerry of Winston Road and or. And mrs. Dewey Ridge and daughter mild i red of Archdale. Or. C. E. Jordan had As her guests for the Day wednesday her Mother mrs. Palmer a brother re Ward Palmer or. Inti mrs. Herbert von Rosker and children of Southern Pines n. A d y Delegate from Here to the j state . A. Convention at first i methodist Church High Point list i week were mrs. Rutta a rum Winifred Thornton Millie Wilson i Clara White and Vera White. Misses Florence White Frances j Williams and Billie Bundy drove to fancy Gap and other places of interest in the mountains sunday j or. Lindsay Kinglet of near Ridgefield school visited mrs t. J. Jones saturday afternoon. Roll Jordan of Trinity spent the week end Here with relative or. And or. Charles Marsh of Shady Oak Dairy visited the latter parents or. And or. Bill Dillon sunday night. Miss Doris Marie Wilson attended the music festival at Greensboro last wednesday mrs. Fred Carroll and daughter Judith Lee were dinner guests monday of their aunt mrs. Nora f. Floyd. Guests of misses marry Evelyn and Marcella Thornton Over the week end were miss Alice Handy and Woodrow and Grover Handy of Burlington miss Eunice Wen i Vee Lexington miss Lemmle Handy of High Point Orwell King of Midway and Stephen Thornton. I Claudia Thornton who has been spending some time Here with her aunt mrs. Evie Thornton is visiting her sister. Mrs Dewey Ridge at their Home in Archdale. Randolph republicans will hear candidate Mcneill Spertal loth Enterprise Asheboro april 25. Robert h. Mcneill Republican candidate for governor from Statesville will speak at the county courthouse in Asheboro Friday evening. Or. Mcneil will speak to a county convention of Young Republican of Randolph meeting at 7 30 of clock. The meeting according to o. R. Blalock. Is being held tor the purpose of electing officers for the Young Republican organization of Randolph. A. I. Be free prominent member of this party announces thai offices will be opened shortly in the Hedrick building and in Active secretarial staff will in employed for the coming Campaign. Mahon leaves Bwl Louth Asheboro april 25. A j. T. Mason who has been superintendent of the Randolph Rea work since it began has resigned his Post to accept a position with a private Utility concern to Virginia. His place will probably be tilled this week. Other tour tips of the week listed by mrs. Crews include thursday a thirteenth annual textile school style show at state College in Raleigh convention of the North Carolina collegiate press association in Charlotte april 25-27 municipal Iris gardens in Bloom Winston Salem through May 15. A Friday a Garden club Flower show Tryon opening of the two nay state convention of the a. A. U. W. In Raleigh. A saturday putting contest for women. Pinehurst. A sunday All Day hike to one of peaks of Smoky mountains Carolina Mountain club Asheville North Carolina insurance agents convention through tuesday in Winston Salem. If routing and to uptick request i Are any indication a Large number of motorists Are planning to take their vacations Early and beat the hot weather As the local touring office has More than doubled j ifs output for this Type of re a quest than for the same period last month. However most or these requests have covered Short trips and Many of these motorists i will probably enjoy others during the Kerning summer. Or. Mann to speak in Kernersville special to the enter Pike Kernersville. April 25. A the april meeting of John t. Ring Post no. 36, american be Glon will be held at the com i Trinity House tomorrow night at eight a clock. It is announced by Kelly Nance the Post adjutant j that the guest speaker for the meeting will be or. I t. Maim of High Point who is expected to j discuss plans now being made for the state Contention of the american legion to be held in High Point next june. The total membership of the Kernersville organization of sex service men is now 119. The membership for 1940 is Only seven members Lesa than the total of the 1939 membership secured largely through the untiring Effort of the Post commander Grover c. Are Denhamer who was voted a life membership by the state convention in Raleigh last june. Manic. Odic. Iterations it e p a i r s i m i k o v events a modernization Tai the a a Wachovia licenses revoked the state Highway safety division has announced the revocation of the Drivers licences of three High pointers All of we Hom were convicted in Randolph county Superior court on driving drunk charges. They Are William p. Fogleman. Elks club Carl Hunt 302 Clay Street and Sham j Clarence Hunt. Carolina theatre. A few of the purposes for which you can use rat. A. / ruins under title i by Homes alterations repairs additional rooms plumbing wiring and heating systems stokers Oil burners insulation roofing painting papering built in fixtures closets bookcases breakfast nooks cabinets fences driveways landscaping. By business structures remodelling repairing new floors new store fronts Builtin air conditioning systems fire escapes sprinkler systems painting built in fixtures. Ave you looked Over your Home business Structure or rental properties lately and checked the things that need to he improved or repaired could you use an extra bedroom or bathroom a sleeping porch a or a larger garage would a new roof or a new heating Plant add to your Comfort would a new store front attract More business give your property a thorough examination. If repairs additions or alterations will make it More useful or produce More income Why not undertake these matters now instead of taking the risk that construction costs May add acc to higher Levels i if you need to borrow to pay the Cost of this work Wachovia w ill be glad to receive your application for an f. Ii. A. Repair and improvement loan. Under this plan Wachovia is making credit available on very reasonable terms and conditions and at the same time is helping to stimulate employment in the building construction industries and Allied Fields. We invite you to talk with one of our ricers regarding your loan requirements and the convenient arrangements for repay ment. A Wachovia Bank and Trust company Asheville Charlotte High Point Kaleigh win Ston Salem Salisbury most economical car we Ever owned a sisal in a and i m Savin Punty on Sai. Look a Tim Bau by is Down Only a in balloons j j Vit pc Dovin Ovik too Miks since a i Hao thi tank la Ltd in i a add sit attn Chamois flt mtr. 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