High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Dec 11 1925, Page 21

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 11, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise. Friday december la. 192 j meet will be held at cd plans completed for Good program at the Hill next month in Apel Hill dec. tentative program for the newspaper Institute to be held Here january 13-15 under Tho joint auspices of Tho North Carolina press association and the stat University was arranged at a conference Here yesterday Between j. W. Atkins of Gastonia president and miss Beatrice Cobb Secretary of the North Carolina press association and the com the Institute will open wednes Day evening january 13 and close Friday afternoon january 15. Speakers for the first session will include or. H. W. Chase president of the University and George m Bailey editor of the chronicle. Houston. Tex., a former North carolinian provided the latter is Able to attend. The thursday morning session will be featured by addresses by Robert Latham editor of the Charleston news and courier on editorial policies Robert h. Wettach. Of the University school of Law on important Laws and statutes affecting the newspapers Paul Patterson president and executive editor of the Baltimore Sun on the practical problems of making a newspaper Robert w. Madry director of the Una Verstay news Bureau on the problems of College correspondence Ole Buck Field manager for the Nebraska press association on the newspaper As a Public Utility. The program thursday afternoon will include a Campus tour ending at the Pla maker theatre where the Carolina play makers we Greet new friends every Day iceberg lettuce head. Cranberries quart. Grape fruit each. Oranges dozen. 2 4 Plain or self i slug flour. Pure Coffee ground Dally la. 20c 25c 10c 40c $1.30 40c in 20c Stew beef i Oji Pound. J. £21/ pork chops Pound Oglw pork roast a Al Pound ova pork ribs of Pound oui pressed hens Draun la. Xiv beef Steak All cuts Pound 25c try us for anything you need in groceries or fresh meat the mystery store phone 2077 112 North Wrenn we deliver fish fish fish fish speckled Trout Pound. Large mullets Pound. Flounders Pound. 35c 25c 20c croakers Quot o i la. A a a a. I. O v Large Grey Trout Pound. Oysters quart. Oysters pint oysters i pint. 25c 75c 40c 23c City fish Market 112 North Wrenn Street phone 5221 Piggy wiggly 215 North main our shelves Are rapidly being Lilied with everything new that in Good to eat. A few suggestions peaches Rose Dale Brand heavy syrup probably largest seller in canned peaches Large Oft 2 1-2 can. Tout peaches Del Monte Brand. You know this Brand you probably pay 35c elsewhere. Of n o.2 i -2 can. Mij a peaches racer Brand. A Good peeled pie peach a a Al a no. 2 1-2 can. Xuc pineapple lib Ley or Dei Monte sliced of Large can. Miu medium. 25c Small. 16c compare these prices peas Fox Lake select Early june a they a a of Are Fine. No. 2 can. peas Wako medium Brand you can to beat the Quality and Price. No. 2 can. Our peas Wako tiny Brand if you want a Small pea this will please you. A no. 2our Lima Beans. Conqueror Brand Small Green very i q Fine. No. I can. Doc no. 2 can .19c Kraut Silver floss Brand a everybody knows a i q this Brand. Large can. Ioc succotash conqueror Brand a w no. 2 can. X i c asparagus tips Hills Dale Brand Quot in picnic size. Xuc Del Monte or limes. Cd Tiv just a stroll through the aisles of our store and a comparison of prices will make you a regular customer. W la give in Ofie act performance. Banquet Ali Nemhy night there will be a banquet at the Carolina inn that night with addresses by two prominent speakers to be announced later. The program will be enlivened by the University orchestra and by Quot a special j concert by the University glee dub under the direction of prof. John Paul Weaver. Friday morning the Institute will be divided into separate Sec j tons for tile weekly and daily Edl j tora the Only time the meeting will j be split up. The weekly group will be addressed by a i. V. Atwood,1 managing editor of the observer dispatch of Utica n. M., who was formerly on the staff of the department of journalism of Cornell University and who hag had successful experience in running a country weekly. He will speak on a the country weekly and the at another session he Wal address tin Institute on tile practice of newspaper making based on his present experience roof. E. E. Peacock of the University a school of Commerce will discuss with the group a practical accounting system for weeklies. It is also Likely that Ole Buck will address this session. The daily group will be addressed by m. V. Atwood who will discuss a Survey he is to make of North Carolina newspapers and Gerald w. Johnson head of the University a department of journalism who will talk on editorial problems. There will follow an open discussion on the problems of circulation. Crawford to speak Friday the first speaker Friday afternoon will be Nelson Antrim Crawford director of information of the United states department of agriculture at Washington on a the press and the Public an ethical or. Crawford has written a widely read Book in newspaper ethics. James of Shaughnessy executive Secretary of the american association of advertising agencies one of the Bent known experts in the Field of newspaper advertising will also address the Institute Friday afternoon. He will discuss Rob lems in advertising. Cannibal spiders London dec. real cannily i Island has been set up in the zoo insect House. The inhabitants Are merely big Bird eating spiders which occasionally reach this coun me tubers of the committee j try from the tropics hidden stated that time will be allowed at among bananas. But they Are each session for general discussions and it is believed that this method will Lead to Many benefits in addition to those derived from the addresses which Are for the most part by newspapermen of National reputation. Kato discusses some International topics cannibals a born Aud it is owing to their preference for each other rather than for the cod Roaches Given them As food that each spicier has to be confined in a Glass Jar by itself. Tokyo. Dec. apr pre a Micro Kato today discussed with Tho associated press the subjects of disarmament soviet ism America and China and declared Japan i gladly would participate in any legitimate disarmament conference but he believed the time was not Ripe at present for such a conference to prove successful. The Premier did not believe that Russia would enter such a conference and he also said he feared that certain european countries were not yet ready. The japanese government head said Japan wanted the United states to participate in any such conference called. I so far As any future japanese american War was concerned pre \ Mier Kato declared it to be an ab-1 sur Dity and physically impracticable 1 to was sure Japan never would re a sort to War Over immigration and anyway he hoped America some Day would Amend the immigration and anyway he hoped America some Day would Amend the immigration insofar As it pertains to Japan thus removing the Only sore spot. London dec. apr London is to have a turkish Bath exclusively for women the first in the history of the City. It will be in the West end and will be run along the same hues As the Bath club for men. Ham Bones meditations in j. P. Alley ft05s Jas Lak a 6ave yacht it All. To aae Takin in in ainu of huh Puttin out j in California a Man wrote his will on a butchers order Book. Perhaps he was just going to Price a Steak. 9 i Jim Yow Moloy ah1 amp la tit it. A \ a copyright. 1925. Fey the Bell Syndicate. Inc spots it Rue. Lire of Little Stanley the. Sat Ceplo it you Are invited we extend to you a cordial invitation to via it us in our new quarters 207-209 North Wrenn Street on our opening Day saturday december 12. We have just to moved from our old stand on Commerce Street into new and larger quarters where we will be better Able to handle our growing Trade. Free free on the opening Day our service department will give to each customer who purchases As much As five Gallons of gasoline one quart of Cylinder Oil absolutely free. The service department is in a position to take care of your greasing washing and tire troubles. Repair department our repair department is in charge of expert mechanics and we Are now in better position than Ever before to take care of your every automobile need. . Motor bearings amp parts co. Claude and Grady Culler proprietors 207-209 n. Wrenn St. Phone 2279 yrs irm a. Copyright. 1925. By the to Syndicate. Inc Christmas gifts such As these should be selected now suppose you wore to see some very Beautiful and unusual gift suggestion that exactly appealed to you for someone you particularly wanted to compliment at Christmas and that was the Only one to a had a or perhaps one of Only a very few you would t want to take a Chance on finding that same gift still unsold a few Days hence a would you 0% of saw. Select your gifts nou a Small Deposit will Reserve any article for you. Our prices Are moderate. Strictly within keeping with the Quality of the merchandise we offer. There Are Many gift suggestions at Max Rones now which unfortunately for late shoppers will not be available later on a few suggestions Diamond rings Diamond Platinum and White Gold flexible bracelets Diamond bar pins watches for men and women vanity cases silverware Amber sets men s military sets watch chains solitaires clusters dinner rings mesh bags pearls manicure sets Ivory sets Fountain pens and pencils guff links Max Rones next to Cecil s jeweler North main spots if the life. Of i talc Shah Leitne it eat a Plo a a for results patronize the want adj t

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