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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 19, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Tuesday. December 19, 1939the h1ch Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page three in state race Smith enters state Chase Albemarle attorney a ill seek nomination for lieutenant governor Albemarle. Dec. 19. A Vav. Erskine Smith prominent Albemarle citizen and president protein of the North Carolina Senate. Today announced that he is a candidate Tor lieutenant governor of North Carolina subject to the action of the democratic party in the primary to be held on May 25. 1910. A i am a candidate for the democratic nomination for lieutenant governor of North Carolina a senator Smiths formal statement read. A i have represented my senatorial District in every session of the Senate since 1927 in which stanly county was entitled to a senator with one exception. I feel that this legislative experience will be helpful to me in the discharge of the duties of lieutenant governor. If nominated and elected it will be my ambition to discharge the duties of this High office fairly and impartially to All. Having in mind at All times the Hest interest of North Carolina and its entire at the last election senator Smith was nominated and elected to the North Carolina Senate without opposition and was also elect a a i. # .1. I i Many English villages have Odd de president protein of that body names. Including egg jump rut with omit opposition which is in a a Ter Rump. Great Fry up and High Vav. Erskine Smith county and is a son of r. L. Smith Dean of the stanly county bar and one of the state s outstanding citizens and attorneys. The candidate for lieutenant governor is a graduate of the Duke University Law school having completed his Law courts there in 1921 when the institution was Trinity College and when or. Samuel Fox Mordecai was Dean of the school. Since he completed this Law course he has practice his profession in Albemarle and is recognized As one of the most capable attorneys in the state. Ham. Indicative of the esteem in which be a held by his constituency and his colleagues in the Senate. He. Deer attack and kill rattle was born and reared in stanly snakes they jump into the air and College Rolls grow steadily stiff re slum a Merican on til entering schools in increased numbers Cincinnati. Dec. 19. Up a or. Raymond Walters president of the University of Cincinnati said today a Survey indicates the youth of America is entering colleges and universities in increased numbers. Or. Walters said 64s approved colleges and universities throughout the United states had 873, 697 students taking full time j work and More than 1.323.873 enrolled Iii part time and summer courses. These figures show a gain of 2.7 per cent in full time courses and 1.02 per cent in All enrol Man enrolment As a most signify prepared for a school and Sod Jety a a weekly educational journal. Or. Walter cited current fresh j ment enrolment As a most significant a a he Analysed records of j 623 institutions which showed j 254,537 freshmen Iii five Large Fields Liberal arts engineering j Commerce or business adm Nistra i lion agriculture and teaching. A 34.1 per cent increase in j freshman enrolment in Engineer i lug classes started Peter and Polly in to land its no use Well have to x a Kerry make the rest of the toys by Panr hand and ill miss lots of Christmas gear after gear but not one would fit the Tov machine Peter makes a discovery Thomasville. Dee. 19�?mrs. Eliza Elizabeth Collett 93, a member of one of tile most prominent a even before i Davidson county families died at the War began a according to or. The Home of her son. Jerome col Thomasville s oldest citizen mrs. Eliza Collett 93, Dies a a floridian pays court penalty to talk of pneumonia fatal to a get i i omani a suffered injuries in fall Woodmen to hold program tonight party to re Given Tor i Trp lians and icbms rians have been completed for the Christmas party for orphans and widows of Woodmen of the world which will be held tonight in the Woodmen Hall at 7 30 of clock. Special Christmas music will lie rendered for the occasion by the Elm Street glee club under the direction of mrs. Aubrey Dunbar. Rev. J. Clay Madison pastor of the first methodist Church will conduct a devotional period and will deliver a Brief address. After this address presents will be distributed by Santa Claus to the orphans and widows present. Has Honor of being first to ride new car goes to h. L. Craig 45, of 409 Lake Street. Tile new cars fully equipped for operation were put in service Yea Ter Day morning. Craig arrested on a drunk and disorderly charge was the first passenger Walters who pointed to Quot improved Industrial conditions Quot As a reason. In 57 universities under Public control the freshmen enrolment in engineering courses advanced from 11.001 in 1938 to Albert Seiverth gel jail sentence for Drunken i i Jug descend upon the Snake with their this fall an increase of notice or Sale North car tins Guilford county in the High Point municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation is. Manic d York and husband w l. York. C Carter and c a York to for Globe Industrial Bank. Tinder and by virtue of an order made and entered in an action in the a Harp a we r hoofs and then Spring notice or Sale North Carolina Guilford county in the High Point municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation Cen the Survey disclosed. Freshmen inking Liberal arts courses totalled 150,642, an increase of 2.2 per cent Over last Yea r. T j. Tipp and wife Rosa Tipp. Under and by virtue of an order made and entered in an action in the municipal court of the City of High i municipal court of the City of High Point. North Carolina entitled City of Point North Carolina entitled City of High Point a municipal corporation a i h go Point a municipal corporation. A Hie d York and husband w i. T. J. Tipp and wife Rosa Tipp. York c c Carter and A York the undersigned commit Winner will. On to. For Globe Industrial Bank. I the a 5th Day of january 1940. At la of the undersigned commissioner atoll on a. M at the East door of the Gull the 15th Day of january 1940. At h of Ford county building in the City of a m at the East door of the Gull High Point sell at Public auction to Ford county building in the atty of the highest bidder for Cash subject to huh Point sell at Public auction to the confirmation of the court the the highest bidder for Cash subject to j property hereinafter described located the confirmation of the court the j in High Point township. Guilford propel to hereinafter described located \ county n c., and More particularly in High Point township. Guilford described As follows county. N. Cand More particularly i lot 1500 Leonard Street described As follows being lot i Block a in e j and being i lot Ward Street i d o Burns plat duly recorded to beginning at a stake on the North the office of the Register of deeds for capital shorts left. Near Thomasville this morning at 9 30 following a Short illness. Mrs. Collett suffered a fall several weeks ago at that time breaking her hip but she had apparently recovered from this acct-1 Thomasville dec. 19, 1 9.34 4 i Dent. She developed pneumonia special i a Albert Seiverd who per four Days ago and Little Hope was Gate his address As Florida was held for her recovery after this convicted of Drunken driving. New development. I when tried in Thomasville court j a i in e of Dax i Uson monday and w As Given a sentence mrs. Collett spent Lier entire of 30 Days Affer being unable to life w within a radius of five Miles pay a Fine. His Drivers License was i of Thomasville having been born i revoked for 12 Mouths. In Davidson county on july 6. L. W. Oliver formerly of Thorn a 1 8 46. She was the daughter of Asville but now of Reidsville was j Philiip and Mary la ones Linard Pioneer residents of this Section. Brought before the court on a charge of abandonment and non she was a charter member of j support of his wife and children mount pleasant methodist Church. But was successful Iii getting the Side of Ward St 265 fret in an Eastern direction from the intersection of Ward Street and w Green Street running thence along Ward Street n. 73-e 50 feet to a take thence n. 13 w 238�?Tj feet to a take a Corner thence 8 13 w to feet to a take a Guilford county in Book 2. Page to this lot to 50x150 feet on the South aide of Leonard Street Cornera of Woodbury and Leonard streets Northwest Corner. Book 288 Page 391. The above described land will be Solo subject to Street Aas Examens and All Corner thence 8 13 k 2421 feet to j a to and county taxes not included in i a take the beginning Corner. I the judgment in the above entitled the above dear bed land will be sold proceeding subject to Street Alae lament and All i said property in name of i City and county taxes not included in t. J Tipp for year 1935, the judgment in the above entitled proceeding said property a muted in name of Mable d York for year 1935 this the Lith Day of december. 1939. H l Baumgardner. Commissioner. 12�?12-19-26,1�?a notice of Sal North Carolina Guilford county in the High Point municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation is. W c a Cree Sud wife Esther r Friree and Mary Hogan under and by virtue of an order thu the Lith Day of december. 1939 h l. Baumgardner. Commissioner ll�?12-19-�?T8,1�?3 by la exr v Averill Enterprise Bureau. Sir matter hotel i a sail i member of that Burys Walter Murphy came to k Tow n yesterday so Aslo lie Here j this morning for a meeting of the j executive committee of the University of North Carolina trustees. J a a Peter expressed himself As tremendously pleased with the re action to his announcement for i Secretary of state. A i have received literally thous hands of tuners and messages from All Over the state and Many More have personally promised their support a he said. A Veteran of Many campaigns Murphy realizes that the incur a Bent thud kure is a Tough competitor and he does not in any Way minimize the difficulties of unseating so Active and aggressive an opponent. A one Man told me the Only race in which the people have so far taken any interest at ail is that for Secretary of late a he said. Near Thomasville having attended services under a Brush Arbor prior to the time of the erection of the Church. She was the oldest living Hurch and spent r entire life in Active Church j work As Well As other worthwhile endeavours. She had been a member of the mount pleasant Church for 72 years hut professed religion j before that time. Mrs. Collett in i conversation several months ago. J stated that Quot i enjoy living now As Well As i Ever did. And i believe i i have lived this Long because i read the Bible daily and keep the Emel Lent memory mrs. Collett had an excellent j memory of civil War Days. She could easily recall some of the j named of the neighbors who in i listed and fought in the War. Her n prisoner at easily re Mem Valr men who. A destructive of e Yankee Milne Lime ramped notice or service by publication i North Carolina Guilford county. In the Superior court Guilford county in prank Diehl and wife. Mrs prank Diehl. Tile defendant. Prank Diehl and i wife. Mrs prank Diehl Wii take notice i that an action entitled a above bae. Been commenced them in inc i Superior court of Guilford count. Not the Carolina and that the purpose made and entered in an action in the of action u to enforce the tax municipal court of the City of High 1, a a a a the real estate listed in Point. North Carolina entitled City of the name of prank Diehi in Mig. High Point a municipal corporation a w. C Ferre and wife Esther r. Pet ref and Mary Hogan. The undersigned commissioner will on the 15th Day of january 1940. At la of a m at the East door of the Guilford county building in the City of High Point sell at Public auction to the highest bidder for Rush. Subject to the confirmation of the court the Point township for the year 1931 and the said defendant will further take notice that they Are required to appear at the office of the clerk of the Superior court of Guilford county. North Carolina and answer or demur to the complaint in the said action within thirty 30 Day from the 19th Day of december 1939, or the Relief prayed for in said complaint propel to hereinafter described located i will be granted the said plaintiff in High Point township. Guilford j the the 27th Ltd of november. 1939. County n. A and More particularly j Oral Robed a follows bring 2 Iota Woodrow being Iota 5 and 6 of Block by on the map or plat of wll Lowbar Terrace recorded in the office of the Register of deeds of Guilford county n In plat Book 4. Page 212. The above described land will be sold subject to Street ask a Smirnis and All City and county taxes not included Iii the judgment in the above entitled i acceding Bald property was hated in name of w. C. Ferree for year 1936. Ii the Lith Day of december. 1939. H a Baumgardner commissioner 12 12-19-26,1�?5 la 28. C s Lambeth ass t clerk of the Superior court of Guilford county. 12-5-12-19 notice of Salk North Carolina Guilford county in the High Point municipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation a. T j. Gold. Or. T. J. Odd Aud wife Nina w. Gold. Gurney p. Hood comm. Of Banks sex Rel n Bank do Trust co. Under and by virtue of an order made and entered in an action in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina entitled City of High Point a municipal corporation v. T. J Gold. Or. T j Gold and wife Nina w. Gold Gurney p Hood. Comm. Of Banks sex Rel n. C. Bank at to. Co. The undersigned commissioner will on the 15th Day of january 1940, at 11 01 a. M. At the East door of the Guilford county building in the City of High Point., sell at Public auction to the highest bidder for Cash subject in the confirmation of the court the property hereinafter described located i High Point township Guilford county n. C. Aud More particularly described As follows being on Dayton Street. Being lots 37 and 38 As per map or plat of the property of r. R Hagan sub division for the Homey brother land co recorded in plat Book a Page 54. Office of Register of deeds for Guilford county. The above described land will by sold subject to Street assessments and All City and county taxes not included in the judgment in the above entitled proceeding Bald property was listed in name of t j. Gold. Jr., for year 1935 this the Lith Day of december. 1939 h l Baumgardner s commissioner in 1219-26.1 5 notice of Sale North Carolina Guilford county in the High Point mini Sipal court City of High Point a municipal corporation a. D 8 Hauler estate Gertrude Sautter Annie Smith and husband Herman Smith. Charlotte Saunders Sadie i. Saulter. Thomas e stutter James Saulter Aud wife or. James Saulter Ralph w. Saulter and wife mrs. Ralph w. Saulter. Cha r Saulter and wife mrs. Chaa r Saulter. Ernest h. Saulter and wife mrs. Ernest h Saulter William Saulter and wife mrs. William Saulter and w. S. Beeson. Under and by virtue of an order made and entered in an action in the municipal court of the atty of High Point North Carolina entitled City of High Point a municipal corporation. A. D 8 Saulter estate Gertrude Saulter Annie Smith and husband Herman Smith. Charlotte Saunders. Sadie i. Saulter. Thomas e. Saulter. James Saulter and wife mrs. James Sault. Ralph w. Saulter and wife mrs. Ralph w. Saulter. Cha. R. Saulter Nad wife mrs. Cha. R. Saulter Ernest h Saulter and wife mrs. Ernest h Saulter. William Saulter and wife mrs. William Saulter and w. 8. Beeson the undersigned commissioner will on the 8th Day of january 1940. At 11 00 o clock a. In. At the East door of the Guilford county building in the atty of High Point sell at Public auction to the highest bidder for Cash subject to the confirmation of the court the property hereinafter described located in High Point township Guilford county. N. A. And More particularly described a follows being 716 East Washington Street. Beginning in Jamestown Street at j. C. Welchs Corner 350 feet to a stake thence East 66�?T a feet to a stake thence n. 350 feet to Jamestown Street thence w 66 feet to the beginning i deed Book 200. Page 494 i the above described land will be sold subject to Street assessment and All City and county taxes not included in the judgment in the above entitled proceeding. Said property a listed in name of d. 8 Saulter estate for year 1935. This the 4th Day of december 1939. H l. Baumgardner commissioner. 12 5-12-19-26 novel use for the parking meter on Raleigh main Street As observed by this correspondent monday an out of state Driver parked in one of the spaces deposited his Nickel in the machine then tied a big wooly White dog to the stanchion on which the meter rests. It was much better than leaving the big fellow shut up in the car. A a a a a a a a safely school on wheels showed on Fayetteville Street All Day monday. The bus contained All sorts of things designed to impress the necessity for care and caution in driving on the highways. A he. Once Sll the candidate for governor have anus mod. The next item Over which will he much Spei Ulai Ion and about which thousand of wind will he written i due to he identity of the Campaign manager for the various competitor. 0 a the Neutral keep the a s out of War a lags Are being seen on automobiles hereabouts. Very Fine no doubt but Finland tried to do the same trick and so it might be Well to add Quot but be in shape to fight if we have seven embryo inspectors for the cooperative work of the state and Federal governments in enforcing the wage hour Law in North Carolina Are undergoing a course of training in the office of mrs Cauline w. Horton Liaison. There Wasny to much space for them so they Are ail crowded around a couple of desks set aide by Side in tile office. There seems to Fie no provision for accessories such As Ash trays so they have placed a big tin Basin about in the Center of the desks and everybody knows ills ashes into it. A a when mrs. Horton s appoint ment to her present Post was announced. The release in some Way or other got mixed up to the Point where it was stated that she was employed by the North Carolina department of labor in i ii i 9 in the role of an inspector to enforce the child labor Low s. One look at the attractive Liaison lady convinces that at thai is age she would herself Ila pc been barred from working by virtue of those very child labor provisos Rex head Speaks Raleigh dec. 19.�? 41 Dudley Bagley head of the state Rural electrification authority. Mid a meeting of employees of the state department of agriculture yesterday that lie expected 91,-497 customers would lie served by Rural electric lines in North Carolina by the Spring of 194u. In 1935 Only 1 1,558 customers were being served. Tobacco festival it. Airy. Dec. 19.�? up Tho third annual North Carolina to Bacon festival will to held Here to Lull Row. Brother was to Gettysburg so be red wheelers she said were n property than diet w to Aisi on her father one of the i stories Mit. Colli recollection of a son Davis on e 1865, when the Confederate stat at fat in. Ost interesting it told was her ing seen Jeffer Ster sunday in resident of the s was making i Case moved from Thomasville to j tile recorder s court Iii Reidsville. He will be tried there on Jan. 5 Hoisey Reed negro was found i guilty of assault w Ith a deadly j weapon after it was shown thai j Reed carved the neck of Thomas Toien also negro with a knife. Reed a Given a sentence of two years hut is months of the sen tence was suspended on condition he pay the court Cost after being i released and pay the Hospital and j physicians Bill of Tolen. Notice of j Appeal to Superior court was Given j and Bond was placed at $400. John a. Robbins. 1 684 English Street was found guilty on a charge of hit and run driving j prayer for judgment was continued until december 22. E. T. Chaney and George w. I Dale of Thomasville and Roscoe Clemmons of Lexington were con i i evicted of drunkenness Sud were taxed with the court Cost. Frances Marie Upton claimed by death Here Frances Marie Upton died at the Home 171 textile Street monday afternoon after a Short illness with Scarlet fever and pneumonia at the age of two years she is survived by the father and Mother. Walter and i of tie k i Finch Upton two Sisters Juanita j his Way South to escape being Cap lured by tile Northern troops. Mrs. Collett and others had received word that Davis would pass Aion jibe Lexington Greensboro High her Nii Elizabeth Upton one j Way and great numbers of people Tarot her Allen Upton. Of the gain cred to sic Tim president. He i h earn o the grandparents. Or. And was Gav Elling on horse Back in a sirs. Sam Upton and mrs. Jessie i lated in. Collett and she de Pinch scribed him As being a a medium funeral service will be conduct sized Man with Grey Nair. I de at country holiness Church i he survivors include two sons i no or Randleman tuesday after Walter l. Collett and Jerome j. Collett both of near Thomasville two step to Hildren j. P. Collett of Trinity and mrs j. Arthur Lindsay of Lexington and four grandchildren. Services tomorrow the funeral service will be held at mount pleasant methodist Church wednesday afternoon is 2 30, receded by a Short service of the Home of Jerome Collett at 12.45. The body will lie in state at the Church from 1 30 until the near i noon at 3 of clock with interment i in the Church cemetery. A Sor Mil holi i we Superia to the Kernersville Dei 19 i the Kernersville school will close for tile Christ a Holiday period i thursday december 21, and re open monday. January i. I 9 cd hour of the service. The body the first rapist Church in Thomasville the pallbearers will include grandsons. Ralph Collett will he returned to the Home of j Harold Collett ors Collett jams her son late this afternoon. The services will he in charge of Rev. O. B. Williams pastor of mount pleasant Church Rev. Lee f. Tuttle pastor of main Street methodist Church in Thomasville Rev. R. Dwight Ware pastor of the Central methodist Church in Albemarle Rev. M. Alexander a former pastor now of Raleigh and Rev. Vav. K. Mcgee pastor of Collett Webster Collett Allen wet borne John easter mid Lee Meredith. Honorary pallbearers will include or. R. A Farrington. James k. Lambeth. Robert cd Rapp. R. L. Pope. Z. V. Crutchfield. L. E. Teague. L. W. Hansen and j. L. Perryman. Interment will lie made in the mount pleasant Church cemetery. Special wed. Amp thurs. Only this late Model electric dry Shaver f / Bridge playing ii cards 29c up Cut rate drug stores

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