High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 30 1939, Page 10

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 30, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Fashions the tropical print a screen player Shirley Ross wears a White Fiatt Laster bathing Anil covered with an exotic Birds Paradise print in Orange and Green. The a nit is Cut with an adjustable criss Cross strap treatment in Back. Praises kid Ross addressing the red Cross from the South portico the White House. President Roosevelt praises the work the organization and says. A the task before us is enormous. Our work by reason its very nature. Is never the red Cross is holding its annual convention in Washington. Men and wheels Britain these British troopers Are practising the transport gun wheels to their emplacement at Chatham. England in connection with a Royal tournament to be held Al olympic in May. The men Are suspended from a rope Cable an carry the heavy wheels their shoulders. Actors wife faces surgery thrown through the Windshield her husband s automobile during an Accident Mozelle Brit am stops damming Owyhee dam built by the Bureau reclamation to irrigate lands the ton. Actress wife the screen actor Alan Dinehart May have to Owyhee Federal project in Idaho and Oregon has released water at the beginning the storage sea undergo plastic surgery to restore her Beauty. Mrs. Dinehart is son. When completed in 1931. Owyhee dam was the tallest dam in the world but since has been topped shown in a Hollywood Hospital with her son Mason. By Boulder dam. This picture was taken near Boise Idaho. Democracy at its today stands As a Citadel democracy although almost surrounded by totalitarian governments. Everybody takes part in elections and affairs Swiss towns. At the left is a View the town Square at glarus As the people vote a certain Issue. The ancient hand vote still prevails. Above is a closeup citizens voting in the open air parliament. War relic for president during the burning the White House in 1812. A Medicine Chest was taken by Thomas Rains Purser a British Man War. Now the Medicine Chest has Ween presented to president Roosevelt by Archibald Rains Ottawa. Canada a grandson the Purser. Photo shows presidential Secretary Stephen Early with the Chest. Mcintyre son hone v Moon ing l. R Mcintyre son presidential Secretary Marvin Mcintyre is pictured with his Bride the former Frances Murrey Lewisburg tenn., As they honeymooned at Asheville n. C. New step in aviation Ani education High school students Albuquerque. N. Wave to classmates the first flight a 21-passenger plane now being used As a flying classroom for aviation inclined students. The students first get ground training before going aloft. Ozark Queen to Phyllis Davis comely ozarks girl went the a. Honor being official greeter for the fifth annual fiesta Celebration Mhz. Roosevelt at farm youth conference Busy mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt wife the it Joplin to. The event commemorated discovery vast deposits president has a full schedule Day after Day she in t flying about the country lecturing she is Atef Lead in the Hill country during the 16th Century by Hardy Spanish tending meetings Here and there. Here she is at a farm youth conference in Washington. Dorothy adventurers. A Fouche representing Maryland is at the left and mrs. Charles w. Sewell chairman the group right. Women crowd court at Ohio murder trial women take up most the available seats at the Norwalk o., trial Harold w. Hastings 33, Sandusky o., charges murder growing out the automobile death Carl j. Schlett 29. Also accused with a was Schletty a widow Colette 28, one the a ii state witnesses at the trial. Latest archbishop this is the latest portrait study archbishop Francis j. Spellman Boston named to head the new York archdiocese. It was taken in his study at Newton mass. Central press association 1939 i a i a a a Ltd a it to i t i a i �3ti i �5n a a f a a Quot a in i

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