High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Dec 16 1925, Page 19

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 16, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point n. C. Thursday evening december i 1925 Page i centers picked to three youths get Lead Dixie teams Long terms in pen seem to be most popular members of the Southern Gridiron squads they Are sentenced for steal overcoats from a High Point Church new Orleans Der. 17.�? convicted of stealing overcoats apis centers Are Hie most popu from the first methodist protestant Jar choices for football captains of Southern teams. Of 37 leaders named for 1926 ten play the snapper Back position. Forwards have a decided Edge on backs in the elections thus far recorded 21 of the front line forces having been named to 16 in the secondary defense ranks. Two of the popular centers Moran of v. P. I., and White of Louisiana College were named to serve second terms. With Only two ends named As captains the Bank men Are in a minority. Three tackles three fullbacks four quarters six guards and nine halfback Complete the list. Centers who will Captain their to pms intrude Moran v. P. I. Boyd South Carolina Sarra Florida Pool Georgia tech Logan North Carolina state Burke University of Mississippi booze Man Arkansas Rebsamen Centenary Thomas Furman White Louisiana College. Halfback Morton Georgia Todd Sewanee Smith Kentucky Turner Auburn Barnes Alabama Black Birmingham Southern Ware Transylvania Adkins Hayden Sidney Wells Davidson. Quarterbacks Godfrey Louisi Ana state Harkness Tennessee Campbell Oglethorpe Wilson Mississippi College. Fullbacks Rauber Washington and Lee Theriot southwestern Louisiana Hogg Louisiana poly. Guards , Virginia Whisnant North Carolina. Spicer Howard Lawton Wofford Harvey Clemson Henley Milsaps. Tackles Dildy ouachita Griffith presbyterian College of South s Carolina Meriwether Hendrix. Ends Cargile Vanderbilt Fain v. M. I. Thern men to offer Cotton Law spacial legislative committee had been appointed by Congress Church Here three Winston Salem youths Bill Young Walter Byrd and Charles Rothrock. Were sentenced in Guilford Superior court at Greensboro yesterday to serve j from six to to years each in the state prison. Young and Byrd were arrested by Plain clothes officers George b. Wimberly and d. H. Hancock last saturday while Rothrock was taken into custody on monday. The three were arraigned in police court Here monday waived preliminary hearing and were bound Over to Guilford Superior court where they were tried and sentenced yesterday by judge Michael Schenck. This it is said Marks a record for Quick trial in Guilford county. The arrest of the three youths followed a thorough investigation by the police. Young. Byrd and Rothrock Are held responsible for the larceny of nearly $2,000 Worth of property in High Point Winston Salem Greensboro and Danville va., but they were tried yesterday Only on the charges brought Here. The my dog has deserted him after his Long absence dog has new friends More dear than old Washington dec. 16.�? apr a special legislative committee composed of senators and representatives from Cotton growing states has been appointed to draft Cotton legislation. Senator Smith Democrat. South Carolina chairman of the committee expects to Call a conference within a few Days to begin work in a Hill which particularly will be aimed at improvement of Tho government Cotton reports. The special committee is As follows Mississippi senator Stephens representative Rankin. South Carolina senator Smith representative Fulmer. Georgia senator Harris representative Vinson. North Carolina. Senator Simmons and senator Overman representative Bulwinkle Texas senator Mayfield representative Jones. Tennessee senator Mckellar representative Browning. Alabama senator Heflin representative Algood. Oklahoma senator Pine representative Swank. Arkansas senator Caraway representative Aswell. New Mexico senator Bratton representative Morrow. Longest will Paris. Dec. 17.�?the longest vill on record has been admitted to probate Here. It has 95,9 40 words today. London dec. 17.�?the Prince of Wales does not often lose friends but As a result of his prolonged absence during his South african and South american trip a canine Friend has turned from him despite All the Blandishments of his Royal master. This is his Cream coloured Cairn terrier a Molly a a pet of two years which the Prince left with lady Burton who Breeds Cairn terriers when he started his Long journey. Lady Burton made a pet of Molly and on Tho Day of the Princess return took the dog to York House. When the Prince went to Greet Molly she would not even look at him. For several Days he tried to regain her Friendship but in vain. The dog became quite unhappy would not eat and had to be returned to lady Burton a kennels. Chicago Grain Chicago dec. 17.�? apr fluctuation nervously As a result of conflicting estimates of the Argentina exportable surplus wheat prices Here averaged lower today in the Early part of the Board of Trade session. Aggressive buying developed on the decline in Price and at one stage lifted values to Well above yesterdays finish. Chicago opening figures unchanged to 3 l-8o lower were followed by a moderate setback All around and then by Many rapid changes. Corn and Oats ruled easy in line with wheat. After opening 3-sc off to l-8c up Corn showed declines All around. Oats started l-4c lower to a Shade Advance and then held near to initial figures. Lower quotations on hogs acted As a weight on the provision Market. Lemburg Poland. Dec. 17.�? apr Stanislaw Steiger whose trial on charges of throwing a bomb at president Wojeik Zohowski aroused International interest was acquitted Everett True by Congo is oot Nunt r i a Iii i my Mari in r a twas the night before Christmas a Bright fire was burning in the grate sister Mary and brother John were sitting before the Chimney with their stockings already Hung awaiting the arrival of old Saint Nicholas. But eventually the Sandman came along threw sonic1 of his dust in the air and both were fast asleep deep innocent slumber Only to awaken Early the next morning to find that old Santa and his Reindeer had come and gone Are you going to disappoint these kiddies Quot Are you prepared with everything you need for this great festival Day have you filled your list of gift articles yet third s is the place to Purchase All of your needs and to save Money at the same time. Our pre Christmas Sale is still on and unusual Here tor you. A gift of happiness for All from Efird a women a fashionable apparel at Christmas Sale prices handsome fur trimmed Coats Bolivia Coats just received one big lot of handsome coat or three rads of Bolivia All Wool Jersey and mixture Bolivia and All leading materials elaborate fur col. Coats with and without fur of Lars As Well As the tailored q collars at. To mod Ltd sat. Smart silk dresses rpm j Rne lot of exceptionally Nizart silk dresses consist 1 tailored Coats ing it every known new weave and color. This is one of our Lucky purchases All at one lot of ladies exclusive models in every leading one Price. Oll Al u fabric in All the most wanted Coats Sqq pc High class tailoring at. Ladies dresses one lot of dresses in a Good assortment a All Wool Coats of colors sp�cia11 at. A special close out one lot of Coats consisting of Wool twill dresses various All Wool materials values Tom Qiu of of All Wool Poiret twin a dresses it to $2, of at. <0 i up to $25. To close at. Tic it i misses sport Rible in Hose 48c silk Jiose 68c to 94c children s 3-4 socks 25c to 44c boys heavy ribbed school Hose 25c to 48c suede finish gloves. Novelty t offs. Regular values for 79c to 95c hand made gowns $j.4s to $1.79 silk scarfs $1.35 baby quilts $1.75 Ruby sweaters 95c umbrellas 95c to $4.95 sweaters $1.95 to $9.95 teddies $1.45 to $2.95 re joiners $1.95 to $2.95 a gift for a a him from Efird a Means satisfaction and service men s knit ties in pm men s Glove Christmas boxes .o0l pm aet to a of to aet menus silk 4 in hand ties in Christmas boxes. Priced 58c, 89c sub it bout boxes they Are priced 98c, 79c and 48c mans silk�?T0,14011 my we a i use ii a men s combination sets. Paris Garter and 5c 35c> 45c> 55c> Arm bands. Priced t 75c my 48c 65c 85c menus combination sets. Suspenders an .98c slk5, 81.95 82.45 men s president Brand 4 q suspenders cuff links men s belts 25c a Quot 1 50c and a up Tutov Menard Hoys licit combination sets Cern lists of Belt initial buckle and initial watch men s combination shaving sets consists of guard each William s Arepia \ Elva shaving Cream and 98c 95c, 81.95 a cd 82.45 . 81.95 men a sweaters men s initiated eel i n $1.95, $2.45, $3.95, buckles. 4oc $4.45 and $9.95 suggestions that you la appreciate suede finish gloves. Novelty Cults. Regular values tor 79c 1 95c Bailey stationery Iii Christmas boxes. All shades. Big values at 25c, 39c, 75c, 98c, 81.45, 81.95 82.95 just received a fresh shipment of line candies. Assorted chocolates Iii Christmas boxes. Per la. 39c, 49c, 75c, 98c 81.48 pretty new atomizers. In All tile popular colors 98c 81.95 perfume and perfume sets. Packed in pretty Christmas boxes. L he Ideal gift for a flier. 48c a a 83.50 Efird a department store shop Early in the Day South main Street opposite Post Oitice mail your packages Early

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