High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Dec 8 1925, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 8, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise tuesday december 8, 1925 a gift handkerchiefs a a most wonderful display of pure All Linen handkerchiefs Dainty patterns in the newest styles soft and pretty shades. 25c $1.00 give her a Nice silk umbrella we have never shown a More Beautiful line of a a gift umbrellas Lovely shades and handles that Are artistically made. We done to believe you could select anything nicer for a a Here than one of these handsome umbrella a Price Range $5, $6, $8, $10 Novelty bags this store is Well prepared to show you the snap Piest line of real leather mag. Some Are hand tooled others Are just extra Fine Quality and Plain styles. Shades Are Black Tan. Gray Brown Blue Green Helio also Novelty Pouch bags in leather or tapestry. Prices s3"sio give the boy a sweater our warm All Wool knit right sweaters in Pullover styles for boys make Ideal gifts. Sizes Are 32, 34, 36, and 38 a to fit age i rom to to 16. All Good shades. S5.00 s7.50 White and All pretty shades for girls in College styles. Moffitte a 217 North main Street clubs a parties phone 4202 events of society Phon e 4262 la gilding personals fashions Bible study i pts the Bible study class will meet. Thursday afternoon at 3 o clock at the Homo of mrs. Hornaday on i Hobson Street. A it i Ibex by my ii i hts o Hikida Trio Canterbury club w ill rued j on Friday afternoon at 3 of clock with mrs. Harry Brockman at her Home on Howell Street. A Hay Stufft Assn m efts Tomi it there will be a meeting of the j Parent teacher association of the Hay Street school tonight at 7 30 i of clock. J m is. Ayish Abt is j somewhat better the condition of mrs. A. T. J Wishart. Who on saturday under went an operation at the High Point Hospital is somewhat im-1 proved. Missionary society meets thursday the woman a missionary society of Emanuel lutheran Church will meet on thursday afternoon at 3 of clock with mrs. It. I. Conrad 300 Louise Avenue. Episcopal Bazar on december to the Guild of St. Mary a episcopal Church will have their annual Bazar on december to at the Parish House. Those who have articles to Send in Are asked to Send them tomorrow afternoon Between. 3 and 5 o clock. Or. Sykes lecture is postponed the lecture which Rev. T. was to give on Friday december la. To the members of the Philo Athean club and invited guests has been postponed indefinitely on account of the death of or. Lyon. Misic literature dept. To meet the music literature department of the woman s club will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o clock with mrs. In a. White at her Home on Lindsay Street. Miss Vera idol will be the Leader for the afternoon and will speak on Quot new England a a English Christmas carols will be discussed by mrs. Herbert Hunter. A Large attendance is desired at this meeting which will be one of unusual interest. A a old v veterans to meet Friday afternoon the Confederate veterans will to to Greensboro Friday afternoon for their meeting. They Are asked to meet at the borne of mrs. J. F. Hayden. 300 East Washington Street at i o clock Friday afternoon and they will go in a body from there. Any who Are unable to go to mrs. Hayden a Are asked to Call Ber and she will see that they Are sent for. Lady be Good not so Good or. Lee Call of expresses regret that he will be unable to take x up work Here Rev. Edward Powell Lee has declined to accept the Call As assistant pastor of the first Baptist Church this City. A definite answer was Given by or. Lee in a Telegram to or. Lloyd t. Wilson pastor of the Church. The Telegram follows Quot your Call presents splendid Opportunity for service the need impresses us greatly your humanity and wholehearted Ness move us very much. Appreciate this. However after due consideration we feel we cannot leave our work at this time. May god Lead you in choosing the right Man to Supply your great Rev. Or. Lee is at present directing the music in a Tabernacle Campaign started at Fayetteville Arkansas by evangelist George t. Stephens. It was during the Tabernacle meeting Here that or. Lee became acquainted with High Point people. At the close of the Campaign be assisted in a revival at the first Baptist Church. He made a very favourable impression upon the baptists and the congregation extended him the Call to become assistant pastor of the Church. Regret is expressed Over the fact that he has declined to accept the Call. Buy Christmas health seals on Sale at All stores and by us. Mann drug co. 2104�? phones i of drugs with a reputation i Ruth Kamka. A a lady 13 a horse of temperament and when her rider Ruth Hanna of new York attempted to make her go a certain Way a a lady walked then ran at the National horse show. She leaped Down a flight of stairs and landed in the cellar unhurt. Mis3 Hanna was uninjured when thrown. Church. 7 45 lunch. 8 30 ports. 8 40 9 00 classes same As before announcements and re Brief addresses. Adjourn. I May to 19.25. There was nothing to throw any fresh Light on the probable showing of the government report but there were rumours that a Good Many buying orders were in the Market of execution if it should show any scaling Down in the estimated crop. E nigh in classes m iss Lee expected to give interesting address at session tonight new York Cotton new York dec. 8.�? apr i considerable activity featured to i Day s Early trading in the Cotton i Market. Evening up of accounts in. J Advance of the government report j j was heavy but on the whole the j Market did better on covering and j Trade buying. The opening was i steady at a decline of 9 Points to Ian Advance of 3 Points with near months relatively easy under re i need december liquidation. These i offerings were soon absorbed however and Tho Market sold about 7 to 20 Points net higher before the end of the first half hour with january advancing to 19.55 and f found guilty Pittsburgh dec. 8.�? apr John a. Bell banker and Coal operator was found guilty today of embezzlement and misapplication of More than $600,000 of the funds of the closed Carnegie Trust company of which he was president just arrived the new True Story Bas just come in. La is Replete with new and fascinating True stories. Broadhurst i cec1l�?Ts drug Morf opposite Sheraton hotel opposite Wachovia Bank. Phone 869 tonight at i and 9 last showing of the hottest show in town right is right and wrong is wrong. We clean your clothes the right Way. A trial will convince that we Are right. A dress Well and succeed Quot vend up Homie outline Pra ii the Baptist sunday schools he City Are now holding a departmental training school for Baptist sunday school workers in the first Baptist Church on North main Street two sessions Are being held each evening the first session beginning at 6 30 of clock. At 7 30 a i fit Lusheon is served and a Short address is delivered by one of the members of the faculty. The second session follows this. The address at the second session 1 this evening at 7 30 of clock will be delivered by miss Mare Virginia Lee. Of Nashville. Ten less a a. Her subject will be Quot the Chai nge t everyone is urged to be present to hear this address a a or according to those connected with the training Institute it Promise s to be interesting. Miss Lee is one if the most gifted experts in the held of sunday school Endeavor in the South Aud she is a most interesting speaker. There Are five classes in the Institute and in this Way one can get any Type of work wished. Tho clashes and teachers and program Are As follows 1. J. N. Barnette. Sunday school Field worker. Hickory will teach the Quot sunday school manual division i. This is work towards i a Normal diploma. 2. Rev. W. P. Page High Point i will Tea la the Quot sunday school j division ii with credit j towards a diploma. 3 miss Mary Virginia Lee intermediate specialist Nashville. I Tenn. Will teach Quot the inter Media e department Quot with Seal v us Normal credit. I. Miss Sophia Berghauser. Elementary specialist. Raleigh will teach Quot plans and programs a with Seal v a Normal credit. 5. Rev. H. T. Stevens High Point will teach Quot what baptists believe Quot with Seal As Normal credit sunday december 6 4 00 p. In. A initial exercises. 1. Address a. L. Middleton. 2. Announcements. 3. Enrolment of lasses. Monday to Friday december 7-11 6 15�?worship. Led by pastors. 6 molasses As named in i in rom a of study. 7 15�?lunch served in the red hot tires by nil Means Don t miss it tomorrow and thursday. Matinee at 3 night 7 and it St. Fogu picture Corpora Ion headlines a mothers love a a daughters fast 1iving�? tripping on. Light Ted Carefree burning the Bridgenot count Long the costs she blazed a Trail that she could not find her Way Buck Over. But her Mother led her Back paid the daughters Cost with her own Honor paid in the flaming headlines that Seal human Fate. Coming Friday Tom m in in a riders of the purple 150 so. Main St. High Point 222 no. Elm St. Greensboro Lizzie Gooch a distinctive millinery a Superb showing of smart seasonable millinery accentuating the every new feature in style production. Special prevailing prices for wednesday and thursday two special groupings at $5.95 and $8.50 consisting of Gold and Silver Metalic both figured and Plain faille satins and Benga lines. And other materials in demand. Czerp Troob a a Community of gentleman s estates. Stephen c. Clark Developer by to i Coats dresses after Christmas prices on Coats and dresses now. We will not mention the prices. Just come and see you will be satisfied with our offer ing. Beavans the ladies store Qai a a Mann drug company South isi7iiii Street phone 2164 Enterprise wants Are Weh Rea ii

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