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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 18, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Section a b local news Law Wani ads he i m is Section the High Point Enterprise Section b local news and want ads in this Section \ of. 55�?no. 352 member associated Kesh hic Point n. A. Monday afternoon december 18, 193<> Complete Nea service Price five cents four youths bound Over in y0u can help bring them happiness Christmas breaking and e entering cases one youth sail or broke into store to take tricycle to give his Small sister four a teen age youths three Litie Bov and one negro were bound Over to the grand jury on Cli Arges of breaking and entering but judge d. C. Macrae this morning in municipal court. Probable cause was found in each Case. The grand jury will Convene in Greensboro january 2 Darrel Hornaday 318 North Wrenn Street and Frank Buck Bunnell. 438 a a fast Washington Street were bound Over to the grand jury on a charge of breaking and entering the Clifton furniture stole on East Washington St Root. Young Hornaday whose school record lists him As 16, said after he Case had been heard that he Toke into the store sunday morning Iii about to of clock to Ake a tricycle to give to ii is Mailer sister. He was employed in a local Market. Bunnell gave is age As 17. Entrance was effected through n open second Story window Lorna Day said after he had shinned up h water pipe. He entered he store while Bunnell Hung out Ide on the pipe. Hornady was Aken in the building while Bunnell was puked up later in the Corning by officers after he had Ted. Hornady was arrested for breaking into a filling station of Cutie Mam Street several months to arid was turned Over to the juvenile authorities. Bunnell said t was his Hist offence seventeen year old Jaek Payne of 1246 4 South main Street was it of id Over on two charges of leaking and entering he was barged with entering the huh ight service station december 17 lid the Snider service station december la James Griffin a 16-year-old pro who lived at 403 Meredith it reel we hound Over on charges f breaking and entering and Lar Eny. He was charged with peaking into the Home of Nathan Sassafras at 401 Meredith Street. At it door to his own Home and feeling a pistol and a pair of routers both valued at $12. Sennett sen Fen de Raymond Bennett 21-year-old Jelte Man Drew a sentence mounting to eight Mouths on five separate charges one of which As Nolle pressed with leave. Benet was convicted on charges of simple assault assault with a madly weapon vagrancy and Ira Kenness. A larceny charge Las Nolle pressed. Jim Russell was dismissed on a Barge of assault with a deadly weapon but Drew a 60-Day term or two counts of drunk uns. De pleaded guilty to the Ruuk uness charge. William Linnins Greensboro. I Frank Barfield named Secretary of Kinston housing authority Frank Barfield who was formerly connected with the new department of the Enterprise has been named Secretary of the newly established Kinston housing authority it was announced Here this morning. Or. Barfield resigned tile position As Secretary of Hie Kinston chamber of Commerce to accept the new position. Plans Call for a loan of approximately a million dollars Horn the Federal government to finance the construction of Homes Vor workers. I was ordered by the court to pay to his wife $3 each week for her and a child a support. He was Given a 12-month sentence sus i Pended on the condition the judgment is met and he pay the costs of court. Twenty seven traffic violators submitted and paid $3.50. The j usual heavy monday docket was in order and the drunks led the Way. Other cases disposed of included the following Carlton c. Hooks. 207 Park Way Way driving drunk jury trial. Beatrice Edmonds 1233 South main Street violation of prohibit Hon Law jury trial. James Kerr 915 Tate Street. J drunk and assault jury trial. John w. Grady 1006 Adams i Street drunkenness capias. I l. F. Jarrell Ray apartments drunkenness capias. John i. Atkins 315 fourth Street reckless driving con untied. Floyd Rush 301 Centennial Avenue driving drunk jury trial. Clarence Bow Man. Negro. I bos j West Street assault with deadly j v Capon no pros with leave. Elwood Jones 1001 Lindsay i Street issuing worthless Check i pay Check of $11.15 and $1.50 protest fee. Hole Ingram route 61, three charges of drunkenness four ninth suspended sentence or i dered into effect. C. R. Smith. Thomasville abandonment and non support not pros with leave. Chester Lohr. 312 ring Street. I two charges of drunkenness. 30 j Days and the costs in each Case. Frank Boyd negro 606 East Commerce assault with deadly j weapon costs. James pm this. Route three driving drunk jury trial. Or. O. B. Bonner 40 8 Edge Dale i drive reckless driving continued. Ross Campbell 213 Hicks Street reckless driving and no j Drivers License continued. B. S. Hamilton High Point i hotel violation of prohibition Law $5 and costs. Guilford tops empty stocking fund total Road fatalities too Small to meet needs in bringing happiness at tile illness and poverty by your poverty. Sickness. ,. And despair. You can Alii Christmas season to Many High Point families burdened with donation to the empty stocking fund. This fund is badly in need of contributions if the most Good is to lie achieved. Wont you help by sending in your donation today drawing by her Bort Mcclure Mac Economy a gift tips Thrifty m Fadden proposes night of Light publisher makes suggestion fur Christmas eve a Telegram from Bernarr mar j Padden widely known publisher Jand health resort operator to mayor o. A. Kirkman today Stig i gets the proclamation of Christ a Mas eve As a night of Macfadden proposed that All j citizens keep every room of their i Homes and buildings lighted from j Duk to Midnight Quot As americans j answer to the Black out threaten i lug the Macfadden a Telegram follows a was americans answer to the i blackout threatening the world i a Black out of Freedom As Well As j Light will you proclaim Chr lat i Mas eve a a night of Light a calling i on All citizens to keep every room j of every Home and building fully j lighted with blinds wide open j from dusk to Midnight a i believe this symbolic action. Making this night brighter than any we have Ever experienced i would dramatically contrast Amer i Lea s Freedom to the darkness i which a shrouds not Only Europe a cities but her democratic institutions and would re charge our determination to keep America be-1 Pond the reach of dictatorship. As i an american citizen i am sending this suggestion to the president to every governor and to the mayor of every Large City i believe the citizens will spontaneously re i Spond and that America s night i of Light will he bigger More wig i if cant news in nations where news can still lie circulated than any Black out has m. F. Underwood services Are conducted in City funeral service for m f Underwood who died at his Home 401 a Able Street Early Friday final rites held for mrs. W. F. Armfield or. Fui Leal services for mrs. Vav. F. Armfield sr., who passed away at a local Hospital Friday afternoon at 5 of clock were conducted from the Home 109 Brentley Circle yesterday afternoon at 3 o clock by Rev. Tom \. Sykes of Thomasville. The Many and Beautiful Flowers were in charge of members of the Tea and topic club. Pallbearers were Rupert Pickens Charles Crews. Vav. J. Arm Field Iii Arthur Marsh. C. H. Willard and j. V. Garrett. Interment was made in the Armfield mausoleum in Oakwood cemetery. Completely equipped bicycle inducted at Green Church saturday 30 by the pastor i. Assisted by Rev. J Rev Cox of number attest to Compla Taly a quipped with Law built in Bara. Lander Light Luggage carnac and Cittato guard other Goodrich bicycles As Low As any terms morning was c Street Baptist afternoon at 2 Rev. C. N. Roy Bob Smith Aud Thomasville with a Lari of friends and relative ing during the service the Church choir and a quartet from Carolina Avenue Church of Thomasville composed of Willie Gilliam. C. It. Lanier Vav. Ii. Betase Aud miss Myrtle Smith Sang three selections. Pallbearers were or. A. A. J York Willie Miller Harrison and j Lee Hepler Everett Arnold and Larry Walker. The Many Beautiful Flowers were carried by the granddaughters and nieces. Burial was in Oakwood cemetery. Service conducted for Laymon Bryant Mitchell funeral services for laymen Bryant Mitchell six year old son of or. And mrs Vav. B. Mitchell of High Point route i who passed away at a local Hospital arly Friday afternoon after an illness of two weeks duration were conducted from the North main Street Baptist Church sunday afternoon at 2 30 of clock by the pastor Rev. A. Lincoln Fulk. Interment followed in the Floral Garden cemetery. The pallbearer were messes. Troy Mitchell Bob Green Ivey Keller and Harold Wall. The Lany Beautiful Flowers were carried by members of the primary. Rid Junior departments of the North main Street Baptist Church in charge of mrs j. Vav inkwell. Mrs. Mary Green and or. Minda Mcarthur. During he services the Church choir Sang Quot sometimes Well understand and Quot of in give that will not i it me go As a special number a Trio composed of j. Vav Ledwell mrs. Myrtle Lewis and or. Mary Green with mrs. Ruby William play ing the accompaniment Sang. A asleep in a Church filled to overflowing attended the services. Charlie Smith service conducted Here sunday funeral services for Charlie Smith of Trinity who passed away Early saturday morning after an illness of several month a duration were conduct d from the Southside Baptist Hutch sunday afternoon at 2 of clock by Rev. Or. Mcdowell my Rev. Or Venable burial followed in the Trinity cemetery. The pallbearer were messes George Leach Lindsay Cumby. Wade Cumby Tom Gray. Landers Pinson and Paul Frye. The Flowers wore carried by friends. Larga Walnut a Tro Aralica Consol Cabin designed la Bland with the Interior of the ii Nae i Horn. Automatic push Button tuning a marvelous tone control. I room set 4-atatian Feather touch tuning. Sandwich Grill toasts two at a time .$2 49 raffle Iron heat indicator included. $3.29 streamline toaster toasts two slices. $2.29 boxing gloves professional Type. $3.95 striking bag extra Tough leather $2.98 footballs regulation size and weight .$1 98 Oiler skates. 98c Goodrich through Trailov Gay s new Low round trip Fores you will save enough on your trip alone to cover Mony of those Quot lost minute Quot gifts. This saving plus the safety Speed and cozy Comfort of the new tramways coaches makes this the Ideal Way for Christmas travel. This year choose tramways for your Holiday trips. Union bus terminal 221 non ii Vav Cetin phone 20 in i Mazab x so we totem e. M. Dudley 204 North main Street 42 East main Street High Point n. C. Thomasville n. C. A 1fl in re to v i ii i a us i us John Vav. Smith special to the Enterprise Asheboro dec. Is funeral service were held for John Vav. Smith who died december 12, after several months ill health. Wednesday afternoon at 3 of clock from the first methodist Church by the pastor Rev. Paul Hardin. Or. Assisted by Rev. L. R of Brian pastor of the first Baptist Church and Rev. J. Vav. Braxton pastor of the Central methodist Church interment followed in the old cemetery. Or. Smith was born january is i860 in Grant township where he spent his boyhood. He was married to mis Louetta Staley of Randolph county who survive. They moved to Asheboro in 1888 where or. Smith was connected with the Guilford lumber company for several year but later he was with the Acme hosiery Mills for 18 years As Engineer and fireman. He retired 11 years ago. He a a conscientious Christian and a member of the first methodist Church and took an Active interest in the civic life of the town. Surviving in addition to i wife Are seven children four daughters mrs. Isley Host of High Point mrs. Alton Vav. Dali. Asheboro miss Bena and Esther Smith of the Home three won. Vav. I Fred d. And George h. Smith All of Asheboro four grandchildren Etta Jane Smith Clarence Edward Smith. David Smith and Lonnie Wesley Host of High Point a brother Charles f. Smith Asheboro two Sisters or. H. S. Spoon Archdale. Or. J. Vav. White. High Point. Active pallbearers were Nephew of the deceased Kelt be Smith Rev. Aubert Smith. William Smith Vav Vatt Church. Or. Byard Richardson. Wyatt Church or. Honorary pallbearer were n. P. Cox. C. C. Cranford. R. M. Cagle j. E. Hinshaw. E. V. Mcleod. Vav. Vav. Redding Vav. M. Allred m. V. Smith and r. L. Hilliard Flower girls were lie nor Mccain. Mittie Albright Christen Sessoms or. Lew Rush Ruth Ingold. Hilda Ingold. Annie Ingold. Or. Wiley Jones mrs. Vav i. Burrow or. J. E Hinshaw mrs. Vav. M. Allied mrs. Vav. Vav. Redding mrs George Hendrix or. Don Mcglohon mrs. J. In Eliott mrs. J. A. Shipton. Geek Utt a Smith special to the Enterprise the Mas v 11 be. Dec. 18. A Everett v. Smith Farmer of the pleasant Hill Community of Randolph county died suddenly at Iii Home sunday night. A native of Randolph or. Smith was the son of the late or. And mrs. Henry Smith. He is survived by i wife. The tonner miss Martha Ferree one son. Troy a., of Kansas City one brother Luther of Trinity Loute one and one half sister mrs. Florence Hoover of Trinity route one. He was a member of the pleasant Hill methodist Church and funeral service will be conducted there. Arrangements Are incomplete pending the arrival of his . C. By h by Hites special to the Thomasville dec. Is. A funeral service for Rufus c. Richey who died suddenly at his Home 407 Morton Street Friday evening was conducted at the Home at. 2 of clock sunday afternoon by Rev. Samuel Wiley pastor of the presbyterian Church Here. During the service Vvs. H. Banshee Willie Gilliam c. R. Linier and miss Myrtle Smith Sang elections. Pallbearer were Bill Hudson Ray Yarbrough Henry spool Man Causey Howard a. R. Barker and Willie May. The Many Beautiful Flowers attested to the esteem in which the deceased v As held. Burial w As in Calvary cemetery. Negroes arrested Here for theft of chickens three negro men were arrested Here yesterday and charged with the Tholt of 21 chickens from c. C. Hassell. 1114 Mon lieu Avenue and two regresses were arrested in the same Case 011 charges seven killed in november brings year s total i p to forty two Enterprise Bureau sir Walter hotel Raleigh dec. 18 a turning into the Home stretch of the year Guilford county took the Lead in Highway fatalities of 1939 in North Carolina. With seven killed in november a More than any other county showed Guilford a spurt put it five corpses ahead of Mecklenburg which stood completely still during the month. The tragic gory score shows 4 2 dead in Guilford against 37 to Mecklenburg a discredit Cumberland a county which has this year Cut quite a bloody Swath ran Guilford a close second for november Dis honors with half a dozen dead giving the county a total of 29 for the year. On the brighter Side of the picture Catawba where the carnage this year has rivalled a fair sized skirmish on the finnish front had Only one fatality in november. Kight counties High at the end of november there were eight counties in the state in which there had been a score or More Highway deaths. They stood thus 0 Guilford 42, Mecklenburg 37, Vav Ake 33, Cumberland 29. Catawba 26, Forsyth 21, Buncombe and Nash 20 each. Counties with the most november deaths in addition to Guilford and Cumberland were Rockingham 6, Wake and Surry 5 each Wayne and Forsyth 4 each Beaufort Buncombe Burke Cleveland and Harnett 3 each. No other county had More than two death while just More than half the counties 51 reported no deaths at All for the month. Car sales without License is charge patrolman All tar sold to negro a death t m i rap Wilson dec. h. Poy of new York is under arrest Here on a charge of Selling a used tar without the $ 1,000-icen�e required in North Carolina for dealing in automobile. State patrolman v. H. Petty who made the arrest yesterday Aid that the car which had been sold to a negro Here a a Quot death trap and the purchaser had paid $35 Cash for the dangerous vehicle which had Cost in new York Only $15.30. The patrolman explained that the car was a 1930-Model Ford with steering gear so bad it was difficult to negotiate he roads with the old crate. For has been hold in jail Here tending a hearing in the recorder court today before recorder Charles b. Mclean. Both Petty and state patrolman r. J. Polo said dozen of condemned car Are being brought Down from the North into the South and turned Loose upon the highways in spite of the possible menace to life and property. Of Ticer Provo called attention to the fact that there is not any regular mandatory inspection Law in i state nor in Many of the other Southern state while there ire such Laws in the North. So it happens Dally that Many of these old car condemned in the North. Ire brought Down South and sold the $ 1,000-Llcense tax Law of this state a probably passed to combat the nuisance and crashes into abutment of Bridge an automobile said to have been driven by an unidentified Man crashed into the abutment of the underpass on Ward Street late saturday night damaging severely the front of the automobile police reported today. Tile car a owned by g. W. Wallace 9<6 Charlotte Street who said he and Carl Hatley a passenger picked up the Man earlier and that he was driving. He said he did not know his name. Hatley a treated at Guilford general Hospital for cuts about the head. The automobile of Charles c. Hensley 35. Of Highland Community was damaged yesterday when it was run off Highway 10-a by another automobile. William Henry Smith funeral is held Here funeral services for William Henry Smith 83, who passed away at his Home 1301 Vav est Wreen Street Early saturday morning after a serious illness of two weeks duration were conducted from the West end Baptist Church sunday afternoon at 3 of clock by Rev. T. A Biles pastor Rev. Jil Reese pastor of the lords Tabernacle and Rev. Sam Dale. The pallbearers were messes. B f. Cecil s. Vav Horne a o. Shipwash. I. E. Wagoner j. C. Swaim and a c. Swain. The Flowers were carried by Friend. During the service a Trio from the lord s Tabernacle composed of mrs. Lucy Madaris mrs. Edith Bryant and miss Lucille Madari Sang Quot farther Xiong a and a in the Sweet Bye and interment was made in Hie pleasant Grove Church remelt i a of receiving stolen property. The men were Joe Hampton James Reid and Johnnie Michael tile w Omen were Mal tie Lou Parker and Lucy Pearl Davis. Fled Finland i o u. S. Flaven among the first refugees from the War in Finland to arrive in the United states were mrs. Elna Soderman and her sons Martti four months and Jarmo 4, pictured in new York. They fled Helsinki just after the first soviet bombs fell. More donations badly needed if underprivileged families Are to be cared for with donations falling far abort of expectations and needs even greater sponsors of the empty stocking fund today issued an urgent Appeal for Aid during the coming week. In order to take care of the underprivileged families in the City this Christmas As has been the practice in Tho past years the fund will have to be swelled considerably because of the slow response of this year officials said. A the shortage of contributions Are failing thus far to meet the anticipated income of Hie expenditures Una lies other hand Are growing i number. Officials of the fund stressed that those who have planned to give but have neglected to do so already to make their donations As soon As possible since the Complete program of distribution should he finished before christinas Day. While Hope that the fund will not fall Short is held it was pointed out that a curtailment of the expenditures will unquestionably leak to Many cheerless and possibly food less Homes in the City on Christmas Day. Previously acknowledged $943.90 Carolyn a Martin Taylor 1.50 Frank Foy. 10.00 Maggie Betenbaugh. 5.00 or. And mrs. Hunter Sechrest. 2.00 girls Pentagon club ,. 5.on Rev. And mrs. Tom a. Sykes 1 Thomasville t. 10.00 Milton Silver. 5.oo or. And or. Horace Haworth. ,. h. Kress amp co. 3.00 or. Amp mrs. J. E. Gibson 3.50 total a 998.90 fund for finnish Christmas program Relief is growing is Given by Church several More Ion intuitions made several additional donation i were received today by the Fin Nish Relief fund but the total still stands considerably Short of i $160. The need for this Money is immediate. And Alt persons who plan to contribute Are asked to do so j at the earliest moment. The Enterprise is accepting i contributions which will Lee turned Over to the National committee for finnish Relief which is j headed by Herbert Hoover. The local donation to Date Are j a follows previously acknowledged. $63.00 i of Greenberg. 1.00 i Milton Silver. 1,00 is p. Montgomery. or. And mrs. John m. Culp 1.00 Allen culp50 total .167.50 Euneal is conducted for victim of Accident funeral services for Louis d. I Kernkamp. 63, resident of this City for the past two years and i ale manager for Clove Brand dairies who died in a greens no Hospital Early Friday evening from injuries sustained in n automobile Accident about i ight mile North of Greensboro a ii the Reidsville Road were conducted from the Emmanuel lutheran Church sunday after i Loon at 4 o clock by the pastor Rev. F. L. Conrad. The pallbearers were messes f. C. Willi j. B. Dick m. F. Grooms c. V. Lawrence d. P. Barker and a v. Lackey All a ploys of Clover Hiraml dairies the body was carried sunday night at 9 40 of clock to new York City where further services will he held and interment will he made there. Flowers were in charge of the members of the women a Bible class from the la i Era n Church. Annual pageant presented at ves Ley memorial the singing of Christmas Carol by the choir and congregation and the annual Christmas Page ant presented by a cast of 50 persons marked the program at Wesley memorial Church Las night at 7 30 of clock the netting and the perfection with which All the players went through their part brought general approval from the Large congregation which filled the floor and Balcony of the auditorium. Rev. James e. Rink. A Distant pastor read Luke s account of the birth of Jesus and or. K. In Blankart pastor gave the poetical interpretation of the tableau preen Ted in the pageant. The tableau were a follows the Prophet the annunciation holy night Madonna and child the holy family the visit of the shepherds the visit of the Wise men tile visit of people from Many land. The song in connection with he tableau were presented by the Junior and senior choirs of the Church. Highlighting the closing part of the pageant were the visit of the Wise men 4 the singing of Quot we three Kings by tanks Chilton Roy Padgett and Vav. C. Phillips and the visit of people from Many lands. Appropriate costumes added to the effectiveness of the pageant. Senator Lee gravely visitor in Greensboro spacial to the Enterprise Greensboro dec. Is state senator Lee gravely of Rocky mount was in Greensboro today. It was understood that he was working in the interest of his candidacy of the office of governor of North Carolina for which he is shortly expected to announce. Or. Gravely was expected to announce Hie name of his Guilford Campaign manager before leaving Hie county. Shoppe dcuf6 to Moa a vict t-60 Quot by Jiminy a i m taking no chances a snort Gram Paw Quot i won my radio program when i wont it. End the it of the family can go swing highbrow or fight it out but this Ria Victor t-60 Giva a avar thing. 6 push Button Maricon foreign reception easy terms and a magic a to tuna her by a bargain Quot Rose furniture co. 248 Soith vivid i Fox k 1882

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