High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Dec 13 1925, Page 21

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 13, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise. Sunday. December. 13. 1923 Page 21 k. Wilson elected president of the gala occasion at Sheraton completed organization civic club Greensboro mrs. Sidney de of born in United state Greensboro. Syrians Ameen Hawy Winston Salem mrs. Annie Hawy. Winston Salem. Germany mrs. Margaret Zimmerman born in United state vanity fair revue at american theater tile newly organized Monarch dub chose Knox Wilson its first president in its final organization meeting which was a gala occasion held in Tho Sheraton hotel ballroom Friday evening. Other officers selected were g. F. Marshall first vice president h. A Bryant second vice president w. O. Moss Secretary r. R. Blackburn treasurer. The charter for the new club was presented by c. J. Mee be. Third vice Pree Dent of the rational organization. Speeches were made by Carter Dalton president of the1 chamber of Commerce Jos. D. Cox president of the rotary club Lewis Teague representing the civitan club and Frank Sizemore Secretary of the chamber of Commerce and representing the kiwanis club. Out of town men who made addresses wore h. M. Ware president Greensboro monarchs Fred b. Helms president of the Charlotte Monarch club Jesse g. Bowen of the Winston Salem Monarch club and a. C. Davis first vice president of the Greensboro Monarch club. All of the visiting speakers welcomed the new club into the Circle of monarchs and pledged them the support of the other civic clubs of the City and the chamber of Commerce. The clubs membership forty eight in number and there were More than forty visiting monarchs present from other cities. a set program there were several entertaining features during jibe evening. Mrs. Hause of Winston Salem Sang a Beautiful Solo i which was followed by a duet by mrs. Hause and or. Houston. Or i Houston also gave several whist Ling selections. The High Point i negro quart Ette Sang a number of songs. Or. Brooks of Tho Charlotte club got away with some entertaining stunts and presented a picture prize to o. R. York local Post master for being a the Monarch present with the largest family. It. C. Cranley Greensboro Post master gave some laughable a you Nisi it of experiences he had a boy in the mountainous sections tit ii he stale. Or. Chandley also Ren dered several entertaining violin selections of Well known tunes. He was accompanied by or. Stanley with a Banjo. Or. Stanley follow d this with several selections on tis Banjo. H. S. Willey state organizer for the monarchs gave an interesting talk following the musical selections. Or. Meetze National organizer slivered an address in presenting he charter to the new club. He ailed attention to the duty of Ach Monarch and urged the club to stand with the other civic clubs Fin this City in every movement for he Good of the Community. He a ailed attention to the Monarch in Otto a a services and its significance. Quot i he local club had the tables for he banquet decorated with Flowers which were sent to local hospitals after the meeting. The membership of the High Point monarchs follows or. L. T. Vilson Rev. F. L. Conrad. G. S. Johnson Percy Payne r. C. Wel Orn. I. V. Orange r. R. Blandy. Blackburn Knox Wilson p. Goolsby r. S. Smith it. Of. Kloss. I. M. Bryant Roy Johnson r. W. Hunter h. R. Jones h. S. Ii Leland h. L. Ryan j. C. Wehner a. M. Upshaw g. F. Marshall e. Younts Charles e. Hayes or. C. Rowland i. C. Veeh Edgard Bailey n. L. Garner Jack Uris h. I. Coffield g. G. Chapel. C. Vuncannon a. J. Loonie o. R. York or. A. A. York r. C. D. Thompson Thomas g. Shelton f. E. Moses r. K. Stew Jet Charles f. Blake it. J. Wagger d. A. Dowdy r. A. Wilson \ r. Auman j. B. Spencer j. E. In Ohnson c. A. York b. W. Culver. To local people vanity fair review the name of the show coming to the american theatre for a full week stay starting monday. The members of the Crew will strive to take you on an excursion to Coyville laughter land jaz Burg Snappy Junction danceland. Melody town and shapely Point. No stopovers allowed done to crowd. Don t push there plenty of room in the Forward cars women and children first and done to crowd. The train Crew on this excursion to Yia Pyland will be Eastwood Harrison who will be the comic Engineer in charge of the laugh motive. Ray Hanley will fire the big boiler with Sid Stuart. Eddie Meehan Jack Renaud will be the train Crew who will entertain you with songs and dances and gags while the journey in Progress. If it gets warm in your car Call for brakeman Meehan hell do the rest. Kell Mason will be the train Butcher who will peddle a line of High class songs. Leona Hanley will you guessed it a blow the whistle at All Crossings. Milky Meehan will handle the dining car and will have on her staff waitresses Hyland Sisters. Ruth Goulding. Georgine sin the Louise Renaud. May Ingram. Dora col Yar Lee Brown. These Young ladles will serve you with a Choice menu of curves songs taps and a Side dish of smiles and dimples. The first Section of the vanity fair revue special called a a just in time will leave monday afternoon at. 3 30. Please note that these shows Are booked through a big mid Western circuit Are entirely new to North Carolina the performers Are High j pleasingly for several occasions in by talented the costumes elaborate h 3 City lt3 members number and first and last these shows arc among their relent experiences a absolutely clean and wholesome worthy of your patronage. Big reception and several Dane,.s. Having quietly proved their Mettle they Are now announcing the intention to provide local dance lovers with several ,>11 chaperoned and High class script dances during the Winter season. It believed that their program will meet with favor locally and that some real dances can be held Here. This new group headed by Kenneth Abels who both directs the musicians and plays a saxophone. The Tenor Banjo in the hands of Wilfred Sechrest who manipulates it perfectly in keeping with the occasion. Elliot Ward. I performs with a saxophone also. The Southern Harmony boys Robert Gold rattles beats and the name Given to th3 latest local manipulates the Drums. Jam orchestra which made up of six Bun Tho orchestras trumpeter High Point boys and which prov and Fielding Kearns Quot sweeps to. Ing to be a very popular Organiza keys or. George Stuart says. Tion. J the members Are enthusiastic Over strictly a Home organization this their prospects and have received orchestra has already played very much encouragement. Dance orchestra announcer plans local group planning Ucli for school season in the City lasses White and his minstrels coming once More tile on and Only and his two score of Black face artists will bid for a continuance of the favor in which they have always been held by local play goers. This the sixth season of the All stars will from present indications exceed the Prosperity of All previous seasons thus far it has. With few exceptions been an unbroken succession of rapacity houses. Spaeth and company under whose direction Tho All stars has been since its origin Are this season presenting an organization which represents what considered to be the greatest aggregation of Burnt Cork entertainers Ever gathered together in one company. This result has been attained Only after a countrywide search for Black face Talent that took a classes representative from Maine to California and at an expense which while great was fully warranted by what was accomplished. Quot lasses a indisputably the Foremost Black face comedian of Tho Day. Continues the Central figure of thah stars and surrounding him Are comedians singers and dancers of National repute while tile Olio contains acts it promised that will compare favourably both to excellence and numbers with the Best vaudeville Hills. For this season Bill a classes Quot has arranged three big features which were staged under his personal supervision and which have be a pronounced positive sensations to Conception j and presentation. A mrs. Kluttz a funeral 1 be held today 12 30j Quot a a a a funeral services for mrs fran Cis Elizabeth Kluttz. Who died Fri-1 Day night will be conducted at her residence. 603 Wise Street this afternoon at 12 30 of clock. Rev. F. L. Conrad pastor of pm i Manuel lutheran Church of which mrs. Kluttz was a consecrated member will conduct the service. The funeral party will leave for Granite Quarry where interment will occur. Sapphires Are much lighter than the gravel they Are found in. Way to cure insomnia to get a Job a nightwatchman. Framed mottos 50c to $5.00 make Beautiful gifts for Christmas Moore a Book store 202 n. Main St. Re made citizens two High pointers were among j 6persons made citizens of the United states in a naturalization ceremony conducted in the Federal District court room at Greensboro Friday by judge e. Yates Webb. The two High pointers upon Hom the american citizenship conferred were r. K. Stewart briton and mrs. Anastasis Bailies a greek. Indge Webb conducted an impressive ceremony giving the new Bixens a realization of the responsibility of citizenship. The class was produced to the judge by Jessejj Homas District director of Natu Iliza tion Washington. Following the Complete list of Lew citizens greeks John Cocori Winston Alem mrs. Anastasis Babales ugh Point Antoni Rodakis. Greensboro Arthur Poudras win ton Salem John torsos Winston Alem Peter Cavarnos greens Iro Speros Kroustalis Winston Salem John Prentzas Greensboro John Babales Winston Salem sum Ina nos Winston Salem airs. Thena Kontoulas. Born in the United state Greensboro Pimp a ios kappas. Greensboro lame Patoulis Statesville. British Rev. William Moss. Shapol Hill Rev Percy g Gros. J in. In Salon Richard k. Stew a i High Point Ernest k. Kirk lint. W irs on Salt to or. Simon Bop Ian. Greensboro. Spaniards Graville de Ovilea Xmas 1 2� Down gets the Best values in town this positively the finest clothing Quality we have Ever been Able to offer at such Low prices. An Avalanche of values that you can Wear now and pay for later on the terms you yourself arrange come in now pick out your garments overcoat bargains coat values such you have never before Laid eyes on i double breasted single breasted in Ultra fashionable fabrics Browns blues Greys and an amazing variety of mixed blends. All the popular plaid backs in the favorite style effects Are yours to choose from. Down gets the goods my just bring a Dollar Bill buy now a pay next year marvelous Holiday bargains in women Scoats of you Lucky ones who have delayed buying your Coats till now you re just in time to slip into one of these newest and finest of All. Soft Silken fur trimmings a Lustrous fabrics the latest color effects in reds blues Greys rust greens and Blacks they re All Here and we re Here to see that you get what you want. $1 Down gets the goods boys suits thrill him with that most practical and delightful of All Xmas presents a a new and All Wool two pants suit men suits a new shipment has just arrived to guarantee this the most sensational offer we have Ever made. Quality All Wool fabrics in fashion tailored styles a Dollar Bill All you need 75 up special >21 dresses these Lovely dresses Are alive with the Holiday spirit. Colors fabrics and styles Are unsurpassed and prices unbelievably Low. $1 Down dresses you up 45 up open a charge account Farley Stile Cash amp credit store of certain satisfaction 130 South main St. I

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