High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Dec 11 1925, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 11, 1925, High Point, North Carolina Pace 6high Point Enterprise. Friday. December la. 1925 clubs announcements parties phone 4262 events of society phone 4262 weddings personals fashions in. Rodden ill at uis Home Here the Many friends of j. M. Redden will regret to learn that he continues ill at his Home 40 4 Kearns Street. Expected Home from visit to Florida mrs. George Wood and mrs. L. M. H. Reynolds Are expected Home tomorrow from a visit to Florida. A a Bazaar today and tomorrow the ladies of the Christian Church Are having to Bazaar today and tomorrow at the Rester furniture company. The Public is cordially invited to patronize the Bazaar. Junior missionary society to meet division two of tire Junior missionary society of the Wesley memorial Church will meet on saturday afternoon at 3 o clock at the Church. A a or. Hughes experts to spend week end Here Hatcher Hughes of new Stork. For Christmas owing to improvements being made to our Tore we were unable to display our line of Christmas gifts. We Are now displaying them. Nmn pc drug Llvell o store opposite Wachovia Dank. Phone 8 19 your Plash coat we can clean that Plush coat of yours and make it look As it did when you Hist bought it. Send it to us now. I noted playwright is expected to return to High Point for the week end. Or. Hughes w Ith his Cousin j or. And mrs. T. J. Gold has been i on a motor trip to Raleigh and i Chapel Hill where or. Hughes has a made several addresses. Or. And mrs. Wims Ivie e a Pec Ted Hom e St m it nor. And mrs. Frank Wineski 1 who have been on in extended trip to the Western states and the hawaiian islands Are expected to return Home in a Day or two. For the past several Days they have been in Washington d. C., with their daughter miss Alberta Wineski. Who has been very ill with pneumonia. Miss Wineski s now much improved. # a a Asheboro society the Randolph Rook club met with mrs. W. D. Stedman Friday afternoon at her borne on Fayetteville Street. The study Book for this meeting was in Barge of mrs. T. H. Redding who read an interesting chapter. Mrs. Annie Robins then read a daughters of currents events followed and music by mrs. R. B. Stedman in the violin and mss. Hal Walker Sang a to a wild Rose Christmas cards were then enjoyed by the club. An elaborate salad course with mints and stuffed dates was served. Guests of the club were mrs. S. B. Stedman. Miss Nannie Bulla and mrs. Hal Walker. A delightful party honouring two children. Carolyn Page and Jack Hayworth who were eight years old december 4th was Given at the Home of or. A. Hayworth. A Large number of children enjoyed novel games on the Lawn until invited to the dining mom where a birthday Cako gleamed with candles for the Honoreen. Here an ice course was served. A december 7th mrs. We. Hammer and mrs. Lowell Bass gave a Surprise birthday party. Bridge was played at three tables through Sev a Erat progressions when scores were counted a hand painted vanity was Given to miss Mabel Parrish. After the games a salad course with i hot muffins was served. While the birthday cake was being Cut a Shower of gifts from the guests was brought i amp. Those present were mesdames James Burns i. Moser Joe Lewellen Shafter Ferree Arthur but Rhead Tom Wiles o. Presnell. Misses Ettlel Lovett Bern Scarboro mrs. Tom Myatt and miss Mabel Parrish. Mington. A a mrs. Fred Tate was a visitor to Greensboro yesterday. A mrs. W. E. Price was a visitor to Greensboro yesterday. Civic clubs hold joint banquet and raise Over $10,000 continued from Page i used Oil May be saved and used again by process reclamation scheme May save Cra ilk ease Oil formerly wasted of their Large enrolment find certain Condit is to exist. There Are conditions at his own Alma mater the University of North Carolina brought to Light Only recently he said. Or. Andrews address was interspersed with humor and was thoroughly enjoyed. Or. Mettz heard another interesting speaker last night was c. J. Mettz of Manassas va., who is Here directing organization of the Monarch club. Or. Mettz is intensely interested in education and although not a citizen of High Point he showed his interest by making a contribution towards the fund. His address was timely. When the request for subscriptions was made a Largo number of business and professional men gathered around the banquet table complied. A number duplicated their subscriptions. Another feature of the meeting last night was the annual report of the chamber of Commerce. The report showed that members of the Board of directors have shown much interest in the chamber of Commerce during the past year. Tim average attendance at the meetings of the Board has been 16. There Are 25 members of the Board. A few of the Many accomplishments of the chamber of Commerce for the year were listed in the report. During the year the organization succeeded in bringing to the City the Hillcrest silk Mill secured appointment of planning and zoning commission worked in interest of High Point College aided in Community Chest and other undertakings. The report showed that the chamber of Commerce Here is operated at a Low Cost compared with Chambers of Commerce in other cities of the state. The expenditure Here for the year was Only about $10,000. Greensboro a Cost was $43,000 Durham. $25,000 Ashe Ville $152,000 Charlotte. $100,-00 0 Wilmington $25,000 Raleigh $21,000, and Hendersonville $30,000. Tim report suggested that a special advertising fund be raised so that a we May get our advantages before the no Large sum for that purpose was advocated however the report adding that by Crank est should return three quarts of Oil As Good As new. Liilo tile practical use of this discovery remains to be determined. Or. Miller predicts that Many garages and service stations will take advantage of it. W clock compliments Baris dec. mannequins in an exhibition hero have a decided resemblance to Joseph Chamberlain of England. In 1903, when Chamberlain was in the Lime Light a bavarian produced a clock from which the figure of Chamberlain emerged when the clock strafe. Someone brought the clock to England with the re Ault that the enterprising manufacturer received an order for 22,-000. The number of foreign visitors to Berlin during the summer exceeded All expectations and surpassed the records of pre War Summers. Auburn dec. apr demonstrations Here indicate that old Crank cae Oil of automobiles which has been regarded fit for nothing May be reclaimed and used again. Or. D. Miller who is engaged in research work in the department of agricultural engineering of the agricultural College of the Alabama polytechnic Institute has succeeded in working out a method for reclaiming or laundering old Oil at a Cost estimated by him at less than 5 cents a gallon. In studying the problem or. Miller found that Oil does not a Wear out by use in a crankcase and neither does it change its composition. Some losses occur mechanically and by oxidation but Tho Oil itself remains substantially the same As it was before used it is rendered unfit for service by contamination with other substances such As Carbon and other solids and certain constituents of gasoline. The removal of these substances is All that is required for its successful reclamation. This can be done by pouring the Oil into a tank adding a washing powder blowing steam through it for about three hours allowing it to Settle and then drawing off the Oil from the top leaving the foreign substances both solid and liquid in the Bottom. When treated this Way the steam is partly condensed dissolving the washing powder which has the property of loading Down the Carbon and other solid particles in the Oil with a film of the solution causing diem to coagulate somewhat As Casein coagulated in milk when it hurdles. This causes the solid particles to Settle to the Bottom of the Container forming a layer of sludge or muck Between the Oil Aud the solution. Tile a condensed portion of the steam carries the gasoline away with it As vapor. I a o of Luiei a of this method. Quot a ports of Oil As it is drawn ordinarily from a Broadhurst today and tomorrow theater open at i of clock saturday Tom mix in the a riders of the pure a Sage to mix William Foa . Mix aug Al Hom Asima everybody s going to see this one Beautiful practical permanent Stephen c. Clark Developer at mrs. W. M. Coval of Indianapolis was the week end guest of mrs. Hammer. Mrs. Coval is a former Randolph county citizen and has a a or Ofa a Large Circle of friends in the state it dress Well and succeed who Are enjoying her visit to her i a Quot fun Jolt can. Tising medium effective work can be done at a Low Cost. John r. Peacock was elected chairman of the Campaign to raise Money to liquidate the indebtedness to the College. Him iwo. Tim a in. % it Pho a Quagga Assai Ioune Anissim. Re humic a a fast say about people mrs. W. Copeland was a visitor to Greensboro yesterday. Mrs. J. J. Cox was Greensboro yesterday. A visitor to mrs. Gratton any spent yesterday afternoon in Greensboro. A a misses Diana and Queen Olive Are spending the week end in we ultimately of 90.000. Memorial stadium Columbia. Mo., dec. apr ground was formally broken yesterday for a $300,000 memorial stadium at the University of Missouri the stadium to be built around hillsides will form a natural Amphitheater with a seating capacity Clever new hats in styles decidedly different at $5.00 Chic new hats for dress and afternoon Wear. Models that Are decidedly smart and decidedly different. They Are shown in a variety of styles in Satin faille Metal cloth and Metal laces delightfully trimmed with ribbon lace and ornaments. While there Are Many Lovely hats for selection there Are in Many instances Only one of a kind to Early selection is advised. We invite your inspection. Moffitte a 2 i 7 North main Street noted for smart i lats at Little prices \ v Christmas gifts what to give for Christmas has always been the question. We Supply the useful gifts hosiery handkerchiefs gloves Wool shawls Wool scarfs silk scarfs table Linen napkins towels menus ties ladies neckwear umbrellas hand made gowns teddies Outing gowns and Coats for the children. Our store is full of useful things. Beavans the ladies store 150 so. Main St. High Point 222 n. Elm Greensboro Lizzie Gooch a distinctive millinery the seasons greatest bargain hat event i am offering for saturday Only your Choice of any velvet hat in my Stock trimmed or untrimmed at not a hat in this Sale Worth less than $10.00 up to $25.00. All must be sold. For rent store building on Hamilton Street Good location $30.00 month apply c. D. Smith phone 2440

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