High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Dec 27 1925, Page 12

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 27, 1925, High Point, North Carolina Sunday the sunday Enterprise \ december 27, i sury mrs. Dorsett in Funer at a1 for services conducted ends churl Fri a afternoon mrs. S. G. Anderson mrs. Arthur Cook mrs. Nellie Gray and mrs. E. E. Hayworth. Mrs. Dorsett is survived by four sons j. A. Z. O. And d. C. Dorsett of High Point and r. L. Dorsett of the United states nay by two daughters mrs. J. L. Robbins Ani. Mrs. J. M Hayworth or. By foul Brothers Willie Hinkle Devid Hinkle and John w. Hinkle of Wei come and n. L. Hinkle of Florida and by two Sisters miss Lilian Hinkle of Welcome and miss tin Nio Hinkle of High Point. Mrs. W. L Dorsett. Beloved High Point woman who died wednesday was Laid to rest in Oakwood cemetery Friday at Vernoon. Tile funeral services attended by Many friends and relatives were conducted at the friends Church by Rev. Tom a. Sykes and miss Charles Edward King Laid to rest Friday Charles Edward King infant son of Dir. And mrs. J. E. King died i Friday morning and was buried Clara i Cox. I. ,. A a,.pallbearers were p. T. And a. 1 riday afternoon at 2 o clock in m. A Culler a. P. Samuels r. L Oakwood cemetery. Owing to the Winfrey. D h. O oui is and Claude Culler. The Fowers were Terr id by illness of the Mother no funeral Rvl Ces were conducted of re cd a / if to a Ltd to a a save for next Christmas there la be bundles of Joy for vim when december 1926, makes its entry. Alt this is possible through our Christmas savings club. Simply set aside a certain amount weekly allow d to draw interest a and behold what a tidy sum will be accumulated Atlantic Bank amp Trust co. High Point Morris plan Bank 3 08 West Washington Street Beauty dignity bricks much a eau be accomplished by the intelligent use of color in permanent construction Light and dark Tan face Brick from our kilns Laid in special Bonds will add much Beauty and dignity to otherwise mediocre buildings. Cunningham Brick company otters Lite Milder a wider variety of materials in Pality that is dependable. Company samples on display at Snow lumber co. E. R. Lyon representative women appreciate the convenience of a Safe Deposit Box High spots id the. Lite of Little 5taml�l the explorer Ord Ward observation Post edited by j. Worth Bacon for North Carolina department american legion in denominations of 5q,100.f500/1000 Cunningham Brick legionnaires have much to be thankful for at Christmas. From Many posts in the department come reports of the work members of the legion Are doing at this yuletide season by contributing to funds for Relief of the destitute and to a1, Levite suffering. The american legion was organized primarily in the interest of the american Soldier. While its members Are intensely interested in a v movement for the be to interests of those who served their country at arms during the world War and for the widows and orphans of sex service men the legion Aires Are not unmindful of their Dut is and obligations to the unfortunate people in their communities. Not All the work done by the american legion is recorded. But in Many cities in this department the legionnaires Are leaders in movements to provide Christmas cheer for the poor. Much work has been Dune by our members at this Christmas and we Hope to Tell later of some of the activities of various posts in remembering suffering humanity and in playing the role of Santa Claus for the kiddies. Officers for the year were in. Stalled at a meeting of the Benson Post on tuesday night december 22. At this meeting the department commander Henry l. Stevens jr., delivered an address. He discussed matters of interest to legionnaires at present and stressed particularly Tho importance of getting in All renewals of membership before december 31. The meeting was marked by a Large at. Tendance and much. Enthusiasm. Benson Post is coming Over with a whoop this year. On january 6 Gaston Post no. 23 at Gastonia will hold an important meeting marking the beginning of what promises to be a great year for the legionnaires of Gaston county. Emery Denny commander of the wide awake Post has invited the department commander to be present and it is sex. Peeled that Earl n. Carr department vice commander of Hickory will make an address at the meeting. I Quot Omaha conyae Cion films Quot have i already been looked at Jacksonville Warsaw. Mount Holly and 1 Washington. This picture is at our i disposal Only until february 12, 1926. All posts desiring the picture must act now in order to get their bookings arranged Between now and february 12. Of clock. Rev. A e. Womach officiated. Pallbearers were v. E. Davis. R. S. Davis James Adams Walter Brown. M. C. Campbell and Joseph h. Smith. Flowers were carried by misses Mildred Davis Katie Lee Hendricks Ruth Bundy Lucile Brown and Dana a Davis. Interment occurred in Hickory Grove cemetery. Early every woman has personal possessions that Merit the Security of a Safe Deposit Box. It is the modern and convenient Way of protecting jewelry important papers letters keepsakes and other valuables. A personal Deposit Box in our vault May be rented at the Cost of a few cents a week. Each Box is reserved for the individual use of the renter who has Access to our vault at any time during business hours. We have available a number of Small boxes at minimum rental especially suited to the requirements of women. Enter Rise want ads bring Quick results a reasonable Retea indent or. Robert e. Perry suite 324 Jefferson Standard building Greensboro n. C. Diseases of the skin and Allied conditions hours 9 to i 4 to 5 by appointment excepting sundays in is is Kathleen anti Annette Welch slightly injured yesterday tops m is is Annette and Kathaleen i Welch daughters of w. P. Welch. I of 113 Thurston Street were Bruise j of and shocked yesterday after-1 noon when they wore struck by an Auto driven by a or. Wilson of this 1 City. Or. Wilson lives on Flynt it Street. His car struck the misses j Welch As they were crossing the i Street at the Corner of Washington i and main streets. The two Young ladies were taken to their Home and wore getting along All right late yesterday. No statement was made As to where the blame if any rested. Mrs. Hassell Laid to rest on Friday commercial National Bank capital and Surpli vital Reao Oroala $1,000,000.00 $10,000.000.00 we have a Complete line of electric appliances Howell electric co. Fixtures and supplies 114 North Wrenn Street phone 2882 a new top a new a car the funeral of mrs e. E. Hasson who was found dead in bed at her Home at Jamestown thursday morning was conducted at the Jamestown methodist episcopal Church Friday morning at la Gaston Post no. 23 had the great St number of members of any Post in the state last year. In fact it has always been one of the legions Banner posts and for five years the american legion has been talked in the City of Gastonia. This Yeai it is thought Gastonia will accept Charlottes Challenge and i h Charlotte Gastonia Greensboro Winston Salem Wilmington Anil perhaps Asheville and other cities in the race for the largest Post in the state we Are looking to see the fur Fly. Department Headquarters has been advised by Bennett. Pollikoff adjutant of the Winston Salem Post that Tho legionnaires of the twin City have accepted the Challenge of hornets nest Post and that they say a play on Macduff and damned be be who cries a hold enough. A this is the sort of spirit that makes the american legion. A you can to stand there Quot and Jjlia . I i. 0 a of tool Trist j am j it la Bow Quot i. Cut Quot a for Mother or father what better gift could you make Mother or father for Christmas than a new pair of glasses a most useful present and something which they they would appreciate highly. We can furnish you a gift car Tif Cato arranging a or the examination and fitting of lenses when presented to us. That is practically what our new Auto top does for your car gives it that Newline appearance so much desired. Why drive under a shabby and ragged top when you can have a perfect one to match your body at moderate Cost h go Point buggy co. Reduced prices on All leather goods Bill folds pocketbooks fitted bags Aud Many other useful articles Hart drug co. New series Piedmont building amp loan association january 15th a new series of Stock will be issued on january 15th, 1926. Subscription books Are now open at Wachovia Bank amp Trust company and shares Are being taken daily. The Best argument for building amp loan is the opinion and experience of those who carry shares. Ask them. Pay for the Home by easy payments or save Money and not miss it. W. C. Idol Sec. Amp treas. Or. Nat Walker optometrist Over Hart drug co. Next to Post office what is b. Amp l. ? a tvo financial institution in the country is safer except the United states Treasury itself none so economically managed and few pay As attractive dividends Stacy w. Wade announcement or. H. E. Schafer of Winston Salem n. C. Chiropodists foot specialist will be in High Point on tues Days of each week. Leave appointments at red Bell shoe store. For Good Coal phone 354 phone 2151 or phone 47s-Vvinston-Salem. Vicelo f in i amp Coa co. Insurance commissioner of North Carolina a new series is now open ask the Man who has it the High Point perpetual building and loan association at the commercial National Bank v. A. J. Idol. C. H. Elias. Vice pres. And treas. Secretary for Rainy weather get one of our guaranteed Good used cars. We have them As Low As $50. Remember they carry a written guarantee Wilson motor co. J wants bring results

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