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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 11, 1925, High Point, North Carolina Hoh Point s population u. 8. Go prime it census. 1923 22,279 High Point Enterprise High Point the growing Industrial City of North Carolina has a total of 125 manufacturing plants s e c o n d s e c Tio n of. 34�?no. 67 full associated press. High Point. N. C. Friday evening. December ii. 1925 Price five cents s Aster l As Little Book describes How True Xmas spirit is maintained thousands of people have gone of this Community each easter inday morning for Many years to Ness the Beautiful easter Kernel of the moravian at Winston them. But few people Here know at the customary manner in which Jey observe the Christmas season equally As Beautiful in sentiment id is As much a tradition As Tho her. The moravian Church and its my customs have aroused much Herat throughout the country Dur a the past few years and As a lug a the state of North Carolina fleeced miss Winifred Kirkland to a be and have published with the items assistance a series of books Pic thug the history of the Mora is in this country with Winston Lier As their Center. This task has in undertaken by miss Kirkland cd carried on Well toward comple it a. The latest publication an at Active gift Book entitled Quot where a Star still shines a Flag just a placed on Sale in this City and a a with the charming Christmas Ison activities of the moravian. Miss Kirkland spent a Christmas Ison in Winston Salem and got impressions she has related in litle Book. She tells of the res Mas tree in each Home with Quot Putz its Quot Little Bethlehem a of the Christmas love feast the its lighted candles and of the general Christmas spirit lacking in any of the commercial aspects so common to the average Merican Holiday season. The whole Christmas activity is built up around the biblical Story of the Star of Bethlehem which led the three Wise men to the Manger of Christ and tarried there on the first Christmas Day. Tho writers treatment discusses the possibility that in Tho moravian customs the real Christmas Story and sentiment prevails As in few if any other Huston s of this country. The Little Book makes interesting Reading for this season of the year besides that part a a sch deals strictly with the moravian observances. High pointers who care to obtain the Story beautifully illustrated can do so at Moore a or from mrs. M. S. Hiatt and mrs. Chase idol members of the local congregation who have found an interest Here in the unusual customs with which it deals. Listen in Furni it is hoped local citizens will furnish rooms for visitors holding meeting raises its head lasting two Days against Diplomat convention of the dignitaries at Nashville tenn., today soviet minister supposed to have bloody hands denied society i the Christmas music that be broadcaster Christmas. Your radio now. We can apply Yon with most any style or hat. We can repair your old Bitt electric co. 118 s. Main. Phone 2880 the great furniture show which will be held in the Southern furniture Market building about the Middle of january presents again the problem of properly caring for the Many visitors who will be in the City at that time according to Frank Sizemore Secretary of the chamber of Commerce who has the responsibility of making arrangements. It is the Hope of the Commerce Secretary that every Salesman Aud exhibitor May be Able to have rooms in private Homes both for their own pleasure and Comfort and for the Benefit of the Many buyers who can then be cared for by the hotels of the City. People who can and will take care of one or More of the salesmen or exhibitors Are urged to notify the chamber of Commerce very soon so that in Advance the number of rooms available May be known. Sharp quake. Kingston Jamaica dec. 16.�? a Sharp earthquake Shock was Felt Here about la of clock this morning the tremors being perceptible for about two seconds. No damage has been reported Al Hough Many of the inhabitants were frightened. Nashville tenn., dec. apr the College of Bishops of the methodist episcopal Church South conveyed Here today for its fall meeting which probably will last for two Days. The Paramount question before the Bishops is the official Canvas of the vote on unification matters pertaining to the quadrennial general conference of the Church next May were to be taken up. The Bishops at this session also were to select a member of the College to deliver the episcopal address to the general conference this duty usually is performed by the Bishops in rotation according to seniority in service. They also will probably prepare a message to the Church. In connection with the canvass the College will pass on any questions relating to the legality of the vote of any conference and its decision will be regarded As final in the Southern Church. Figures heretofore announced by the secular press Bureau of the Church show a numerical majority of 420 votes in favor of unification but a Lack of 1,949 of the required constitutional three fourths majority. The total vote is 4,528 for unification and 4,108 against. Stribling a student Atlanta ga., dec. a w. L. Young Stribling Gergian a hard hitting Fristic performer expects to enter the University of Georgia As a freshman in january. He will become a student in the school of Commerce it is announced Here by professor r. K. White principal of the school for boys the course in which Stribling will Complete this month. His instructors in this school describe the Young pugilist As an Earnest student having applied him self seriously to his studies despite frequent boxing engagements thru out the country. He particularly excels in history and mathematics they say. Everett True by Condo Warsaw dec. a Foikoff soviet minister to Warsaw and his wife Are having a hard time breaking into Warsaw a diplomatic society because of his alleged participation in the murder of the romantics. At first the polish government was unwilling to accept Foikoff. But when the soviet officials Den and the ministers hands were bloody he was received. The Bood of judge Sokoloff who investigated the murder however included the photograph of a document alleged to have been signed by Voi Koft asking for gasoline to Burn the bodies of the Eza Ristic family. It became difficult for Diplomatist and their wives to ignore this. Many of the wives declined to meet Madame Foikoff and the matter became the subject of diplomatic representations. At least one scandinavian government offers apologies to Moscow for the snubbing Given Madame Foikoff by the wife of its minister. Madam Foikoff left Warsaw temporarily and upon her return apparently renounced her social ambitions with the result that the Boycott against her has been relaxed somewhat. _ deeds registered totalled include the Sale of lot by Bencini to Welborn in this City the Christmas spirit prevails and Guilford realty continues to change hands. Fourteen transfers were recorded yesterday the largest being for High Point property. H. A. Bencini sold a lot on North main Street store open \ evenings until 9 of clock let us serve you with Christmas gifts give slippers of Christmas not Hing could please dad or Mother better than a Nice comfortable pair of slippers come in and let us show you our display. Priced from 95c to $1.75 and $3.95 a practical gift of shoes is appreciated High Grade silk hos 5.$1.35 shoes for ladies $3.95 to $4.95 and Many others priced equally a moderate Merit shoe co 130 z South main Street store no. 136 of 37 my word 2 it res facts sir ii Voo met kafe Laug till c Ulin gaining in All sections in s. Reports show that demand for greek and latin is great t to at or amp go Kov excuse hot to a car for. Such Ribano Omid mirth Urbana 111., dec. apr greek and latin May be dead languages but they show surprising vigor in resisting efforts to h be them shoved off the College curriculum in Laver of a tactic Al subjects. Say h. V. Canter Dean of the College of Liberal arts my sciences University of Illinois. Reports from widely separated sections of the country lie Ste is indicates a steady increase both in the secondary schools and in the colleges of students taking those courses. Coincident with this is an urgent. Call for teachers of class Cal subjects and an inadequate s apply of prepared teachers to answer the Call. Quot last year a a Dean Cater continues Quot the demand for such teachers could not be met in new York Missouri Texas. Indiana Iowa Illinois and the Eun of Gold is looking for it so says Gold pan week discoverers mining hard work to j. W. Welborn for a consideration of about $10,000. The others were Morehead township Carl Bentel to Annie v. Ross lot fronting to feet on Walker Avenue for $1,000. John Morgan to Morris Stadiem it a1, lot on Hardie Avenue for $500. S. A. Caveness and c. E. Pugh to o. W. Duke lot fronting on Battleground Avenue $2,500. S. A. Strunks to h. E. Greeson lot in Pomona for $1,500. Clay idol to mrs. N. A. Idol lot in Glenwood Park for $1,000. R. G. Little to w. H. Mark lot in mount Tabor Heights for $10 and other considerations. Gilmer township h. E. Greeson to s. A. Strunks lot on Douglas Street for $3,500. Romain Albea to Arthur Edmond son lot fronting on Fairway Street for $1,500. High Point townships. A. A Quot Ork to f. M. Pickett lot in High Point township for $2,550. H. A. Garrett to j. W. Austin 25 acres land adjoining property of Davis for $3,000. Summer township j. L. Mccan less to p. A. Reaves nine acres adjoining property of Hodgin for ii too. Bureau assailed. Washington. Dec. Ion apr the crop reporting Board of the department of agriculture which prepares the government crop reports was attacked o the floor of the Senate today by senator Heflin Democrat Alabama who charged that the present system of reporting worked a hardship on the Farmer and should be changed entirely. He declared the personnel of the Board should be changed As the chairman of the Board is a native of Iowa and a a does no to know the difference Between a Cotton Plant and a Gypsum Weed. William g. Grady who discovered Gold in Gold pan Creek and started a Rush in Cassiar country of British Columbia last year says that looking for the precious Metal la More fun than taking it. Mining is just hard work but prospecting is great sport. Quot maybe ill sell out my interest so t can go out in the Hills and try to find something else one added. Grady and his partner Hugh Ford worked the claim for to Days last summer and took out $30 per shovel daily. Grady came to Seattle in route to Eastern Canada to visit his Mother. He had about $10,000 in Gold nuggets. Masons meet. Salisbury dec. apr featured by addresses by James w. Payne of Salisbury grand High priest of the grand chapter of the state and William r. Smith of Raleigh past grand High priest of the state and now illustrious grand master of the Council the three Day York rite festival got under Way Here yesterday. The Royal Arch degrees were conferred in the afternoon and evening by the Salisbury chapter. The Council Ai d commander degrees will be conferred this afternoon and evening. Thing that she will appreciate Moat is found at the wag Ger jewelry store at 25 per cent reduction in Price. Investment Bankers concluding meeting St. Petersburg Fla. Dec. apr the fourteenth annual convention of the investment Bankers association closed Here today. Three Hundred of the 850 delegates in attendance departed this after. Noon for Havana Cuba while the remainder left on special train for their Homes. The closing Days program was featured by an address delivered by w. S. Gifford president of the american Telephone and Telegraph company. Or. Gifford spoke on Quot significant factors in our economic two committee reports Public service securities and business conduct were submitted to the convention. We stand Back of every tale we make. Nothing but the beat. Waggert jewelry store. You la end just the gift things he or she will appreciate most at Randall s pharmacy. Says now stiff joints must go new discovery Limber Mem up and even the creaking cease yes its True the world progresses. All you have to do nowadays to Limber up that stiff Rusty knee joint is to squeeze a half Inch of Miracle working substance from a tube. Then rub it on the offending part for about a Quarter of a minute or until it soaks through the skin and disappears on its errand of mercy. Then read the evening newspapers and go to bed. The chances Are that your misbehaving knee joint will lose its Quot creak while you Are dreaming about the High fences you used to leap when you were a youngster. Quot and in the says on it who has tried the new discovery a a Yohy la feel so Happy that you la want to jump into your spor Tiest Lothes and walk briskly Down the Street just to show the neighbors a hat you Are not As old As they think you joint ease they Call this wonder i working substance for the reason that when Ordinary remedies Tai to Limber up the stiff. Inflamed rheumatic join. Or reduce the swelling joint Eav succeeds. Its a Good name for a Good clean stainless prescription Tho in just a few months has proven to it a multitude of people that lame swollen distorted joints can Speed i ill have the kinks taken out of tin in and work As smoothly As Ever. But joint ease is for bothersome joints whether in l Iee. Ankle hip shoulder a Pinor Finger Aud for Arf purpose i to is immense. Mann in cult jump it by and Green j drug company has a Hie Supply of i it and druggists everywhere report la big demand. Furniture i Ghrist Jas a my Christmas is but a few Short Days away not Long enough to delay any longer in the careful selection of proper gifts for Christmas. A a Welborne so invites you to make a visit to their store on South main Street. High Point and View the wonderful displays being made of exquisite furniture. Each article displayed represents unusual value and will make most acceptable Christmas gifts. Ii you do not care to have your purchases delivered now we will gladly store without charge whatever you select and deliver on the Date you designate As most opportune for you. I our careful comparison of values critical inspection of the furnishings offered is invited at All times with values offered anywhere in the state l our visit to our show rooms place you under no obligations whatsoever. Come awaits you Here and you will not be urged to buy. Welborn furniture co. Decorators furnishes 2k 3 South main St. High Point n. C. It

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