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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 27, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page eight Sec. The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina thursday april 27, 1939 Rev. Mck. R. Long Speaks on future life Southside Rev. Mck. R. Long spoke to a Large congregation at Southside Baptist Church last night on the subject a the future life and Christ s coming for his prepared the evangelist was pleased to note the presence of visitors from Burlington and Thomasville who brought greetings from old revival Fields. Quot the time of Tine first resurrection. That of the flu St is a mystery but the certainty and glory of it is no there be special watching special preparation and special services these were to be the Only grounds of acceptation. Matt. 24 40-41. A the resurrection will come As a snare and will involve the whole sphere of the visible Church As All the redeemed of All Ages Are brought to Light and immortality. A the chief Comfort to those who sorrow lies in the a blessed Hope a to be Ever with Christ and the beloved dead to share the glory of his visible kingdom. That is our highest Hope and to con fuse broken hearts at this Point said or. Is to he guilty of supreme Ini news of coloured people by Thomas in Smith Telephone 41242 Long. A Christ commanded that 5 0 c a a a f l y a 5 0 c Good will flyers National air tour Friday a saturday a sunday april 28 -29�?30 Ragan Fields Asheboro Road eve tray a Betty Miller in Bench defying motorcycle trash thru flaming Board Wall saturday and sunday free admission free parking boys commissioner o. E. Davis Speaks to professional club speaking on a the negro As related to the local political situation at the meeting of the High Point professional men s club held at the Home of or. A. M. Greenwood on Underhill Avenue wednesday evening o. E. Davis negro boys commissioner for the City of High Point pre kilted a very vivid word picture Iva in a a mox1av of the negro in politics including1 ladies will be upon the streets Selling tags and the commission is urging that everyone not let the Day pass without buying a tag. As has been stated before the Money will be used to equip a Community concert hand that will play at the Park and other Public places for the enjoyment of the Public. Participants in the drive Are asked to meet at the Washington Street Center Friday evening at 8 of clock for a Pep meeting. Fairview in do ifs close out at give a Way prices 45 hats kko.s1.98 for 49c 36 hats heis .98 for 94c 123 or. Hose it Kun. /9c for 49c 134 Satin slips iikw.s1.39 for 99c 8 skirts ukr. $1.98 for 99c 12 sweaters a no. $1.98 for 99c 5 dresses ukr. $2.98 for 99c 23 dresses ukr. $4.98 for is 98 23 Coats pm $7.95 for s3.98 the results of such activities and suggestions for improvement. First or. Davis gave a Brief historical sketch of High Point pointing out Why it. Was Republican territory for a Long period and also the reason Why it gradually went Over to the democratic column. Or. Davis attributed the latter effect to the influx of democratic sympathizers drawn to High Point by the expanding industries. Turning from the historical to the present. Or. Davis advised that the negro should affiliate with some political party the Choice of party to be made by the individual. But after choosing he said be that and nothing else. Explaining his stand further he stated that if too negroes registered As democrats there should he too democratic votes from them. And if too registered Republican votes from them. The annual May Day festival of Fairview Street school will he held on the Campus monday afternoon at to it 30 of clock. A very cordial invitation is extended to All to see it. There will be no charge for admission. Brooks memorial Flower feb she i. Postponed the Sweet pea and Rose festival that was scheduled to be Given at Brooks memorial . Church Friday evening has been postponed till a later Date it w As announced by mrs. O. Thompson. Person a i. Miss Armeta w. Hinton served a supper sunday at her Home on East High Street to her guests from Pinehurst new Jersey and Massachusetts. Miss Nellie Hinton entertained thirty six friends monday evening at her Home 540 East High Street in Honor of her sister celebrating their fourth birthdays this week were Jimmie Franklin Patton son of or. And mrs. Ernest Patton of i02a Redding Street left and Betty Joe Shelley daughter of or. And mrs. John la. Shelley of 121 West Russell Street. Jimmie was four monday Ami Betty jobs birthday was by Stone. At the conclusion of or. Davis miss or Meta w. Hinton who was talk the prolonged applause preparing to leave for Boston showed that the members of the Mas. Club received it very Well. Musical it it. Vernon after or. Davis had spoken nday evening or. J. Morgan presented actor the Junior department of of. Ney w. G. Hamilton formerly of Vernon Baptist Church will pre Asheville but now a resident of sent a musical program sunday High Point who spoke to the club on several pertinent Issue of the Day. Or. Hamilton is a former evening at 7 show clock. The Austin Brothers who will be presented on a program of their own presbyterian minister and s Grad May 4, will sing several Selec uate of Howard University Wash 1 hons. Also Charles Miller a sen uate of Howard University for in Dunbar High school Lex Washington d. C., and Asheville in ton who won a Gold cup in University. I the recent music contest held in during the business session the Durham will sing several Selec club donated $5 to the school dons. Boy patrol $5 to. The negro scout Beaton Light to rehearse District committee to use for this evening camping activities $5 to the Btu the Beacon Light choral club dents Council of William Penn will rehearse at the first Baptist High school toward paying for a Church this evening thursday painting of the late prof a. J. At 8 of clock. Griffin and $10 to be used in de we. Penn teacher to pertinent prizes in Fairview deliver address Leonard Street and William Penn i Thomas b. Smith teacher of schools. Sciences at William Penn High tag Dax drive i school will deliver the annual saturday commencement address at the under the sponsorship of the Leake school near Candor this coloured Park commission Satur evening thursday his subject Day will be observed As a com j will be a using ones education Unity band tag Day Nineteen in a practical Asheboro City Board will meet tonight to appoint extra election officials j for a summer off of Naif Able driving i stores we a sri ass in a a tatty la is sets Luh. one Miil it motor Oil air Anan Anam pm no a Ylo a it in cup grease hit banality a a at a trao�4sui a a a a a tis sail Asheboro. April 27.�?pursuant to a suggestion in a letter from the Otuyce of the state attorney general to h. M. Robbins City attorney of Asheboro. The City Board will meet tonight of name extra assistant election officials and markers for the forthcoming municipal election to he held Here May 2. The requirement for the additional officials is brought about by the extra heavy anticipate vote and the fact that Asheboro has but one voting precinct that being the courtroom on the second floor of the courthouse. There Are approximately 2,500 registered voters hence it is an almost Imposable task to them All at one set of boxes. The letter from Raleigh suggests that in accordance with Section 24 of chapter 165, Public Laws of 1933, municipal election boards Are Given the Power to appoint one additional assist ant for Ach five Hundred voters i and that two separate sets of ballot boxes be placed in the voting enclosure a and that the registration Book he physically separated into two equal parts one to include the names begin i eng with the letter a a through and letter Al a to vote in one it the sets of ballot boxes so pro video and those whose name begins with the letter no through z be permitted to vote in the j other set of ballot a pc. S. 5928 provides that one assistant he appointed for a amp he 1 j three Hundred voters and this office has interpreted this appear Jent inconsistency to permit the local authorities to appoint assist Jance under either of the statutes j As in their judgment May seem the City Board will decide to j night As to the number of As-1 Distinti both set of boxes Are to be under the direct supervision of the registrar at la times. The letter further read a Sun j Der the provisions of chapter 258 of the Public Laws of 1937, All local elections must be held he i tween the hours of 7 a. In. And i 6 porn. This is qualified however with the provision that the j polls shall not in any Case re j main open after the letter was signed by t \ w. Bruton assistant attorney general. In Teply to a leter from t Lynwood Smith local attorney As to the eligibility of persons registered on the City election books but who have recently moved beyond the corporate limits. But still within Asheboro township it was explained by the slate attorney s office thai such persons Are not eligible to vote. Chicago produce Chicago april 27.�? pm butter 921,345, steady prices unchanged. Eggs 36,980. Unsettled storage parked firsts 17 i other prices unchanged. The majority of motorists in the United states look for the following characteristics first in the Purchase of a new car depend vote j ability operating Economy and safety. Tax listing time every person firm and corporation must list their real and personal property for taxation. Don t delay do it now a. Hudson county supervisor of taxation Guilford county new county building South main Street the South 5 Buto 5upplv stores 150 South main St. I i plus value 1933 Chevrolet Coupe.$135 1934 Chevrolet Sedan. 185 1936 Chevrolet 4-door sport Sedan. 385 1937 Chevrolet 4-door sport Sedan. 445 1933 Plymouth coach 125 1934 Plymouth Sedan 185 1935 Plymouth Sedan 285 1936 Plymouth coach 375 1934 Terr Al Ane. 150 1929 Pontiac Coupe. 50 1930 Ford Coupe. 75 Good trades a easy terms by Les co. 727-33 North main Street phone 4966 volcanic bombs frequently Are found near Active volcanoes. These objects Are hurled from the Volcano while in a viscous state and the rotary motion shape them into spheres. One More week of our one Dollar Downs Al a by request our Dollar Down Sale will continue one More week but will positively close on saturday april 29th. Tills is Jour last Opportunity to Purchase that Complete new Spring outfit Ani pay Only one Dollar Down menus suits. $12.50 up ladies dresses $1.95 up bring the family Down dress them All up during this Sale and see How easy and convenient it is to open a charge account at this store. You la o. K. Our clothes Well o. K. Your credit Donald clothing co. North main at West Washington Bigbear More food a less Money 109 Washington Street a 1110 South main Street firm hard lettuce 2 firm re get tomatoes ib.l2ic Green Garden p e a sub. 5c fancy a Bow Squash la. 5c fresh t it turnip Salet 2 lbs. 15c new red Bliss potatoes 4 lbs 22c Small cured i or w Hole hams lb221c sliced breakfast Bacon la. .20c fresh caught Large croakers ,.7lc Roe Shad la 15c sliced i tried beef lib. Ioc Western beef Steak la. 25c fat Back 2 lbs 15c i i Gold tall Small atm i l in be Del o or Van i in Wesson Oil 47c Apple sauce4�?oi25c Gerbers baby food 4-25< corned beef ml5c Sii r a n Domino in pm 1 1 w Iii will confectionery pkg. G by a Al c Van Camp j my. Go c a la j a with pork cans Etc Waldorf tissue 4 Rolls 15c Coffee r 2 29c Spaghetti 3c.25c Wax paper 5c flour 24-.59c giblets r. R�?z10c Lux feature Sale Lux flakes Small pkg. 9c Large pkg. .21c Rinso Small pkg. 8c Large pkg. 19c Lux toilet soap 4 bars 25c Hunt club dog food 5 a 35c my ii., i Gills j i hotel i v special m run my nov j lifebuoy soap 4 bars 25c Pound 27c Spry my. Can____21c 3-. Can____50c Tetley Tea 1 j Ali 23c eggs 2 do a 3 7ckk i

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