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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 31, 1925, High Point, North Carolina Pace 6 High Point Enterprise thursday december 31, 1925 clubs announcements parties i phone 4 2g2 events of society phone 4 2 62 weddings personals fashions i Midnight watch of hip pocket will be assured attended wedding at Dunn. Miss Ila t Ress and miss Glady Culler have returned from Dunn where they attended tile Steven Warren wedding. With pneumonia for the past two re it Dve Ltd a pretty vase j Wick a was ii ported As simply hold during the afternoon a delicious i ing his of to satisfactorily today salad course was served. His condition is practically in a club members present were mrs. Hanged hut he is expected to Najj. A. Morris mrs. James m. Oates prove within the next Day or two. Is i it a Waniek mrs. M. It Rev Elers in centers ill not be allowed to aet As they see fit s to new concerns at Miner meeting number of enterprises secure is sounded today certificates of incur _ conferees Are beginning to see Daylight Iii latest negotiations Mhz. Tue ill at heh Home the Ninny friends of Culler will regret to mrs. M. C it Arn that she is confined to account of illness. Her Home on miss Kirtland Hehr in r wedding miss Dorothy Kirtland of St. Augustine. Fla., arrives today for j the Wall Bowne wedding. Miss Kirtland will he one of miss j Bowness brides maids. Attended wedding in Greensboro miss Mary Muse and miss Thelma Cummins attended the party Given i at the Greensboro country club yesterday afternoon by misses Mary and Nell Thurman. A a James Macdonald Monroe born december just ii born to or. And mrs. Allen Mon Rue december 2s. A son. James Macdonald Monroe. Mrs. Monroe and baby Are at the High Point uns pit Al. In m mrs. Gold to Honor in miss Elizabeth Bow be mrs. T. Gold will entertain at Bridge on saturday afternoon at Blairn i Kum Edling. Or. And mrs. D t. Amin is Hay. Returned from Dunn where they at tended the wedding of miss Mary Warren of that place to Rev. La. T. Sti yens. Of High Point. They were accompanied Home by their son Tate Andrews who was pm of the attendants in the wedding. Interesting wedding Here last night miss Ara Lee Arnold and Cal Bradt stat Anker were United in marriage last night at the Home of id. It. E. Andrews on South main Street. New York dec. 31. And mis. Thurman a ship pocket revellers in Towson mrs. Fai iss mrs. E. Payne mrs. John Abels. Mrs. It. K. Young Williams. Guests for Hie afternoon were mrs. W. Chandler mrs. Ii. Grubb and mrs. W. L. Tabb. Apr Boston rotations Raleigh dec. 30.�? apr the following certificates of incur a portion were issued from Tho office of w. N. Everett Secretary of j state today t \ Neely and Mcginn mule com i iss Terry hostess at pretty Dant e one of the most attractive social affairs of the Christmas season among Tho younger social set was the dance Given last night at Tho Philadelphia new York and Atlan Sipany Charlotte with authorized tic City w ill receive special Atten capital of $50,000 and 120,000 subscribed by a. Q. Noely f. P. Mcginn and h. A. Mcginn All of Charlotte. F. D. Hamrick inc., Rutherford Hon from Law enforcement officers after the Liberty Bell Breaks its 90 year silence at Midnight to Welcome the new year by radio. In Atlantic City each night club will have one detective assigned to it to uphold the volstead act. They will be assisted by More than a country club by miss Nancy Carr score of Federal prohibition agents Terry j who arrived yesterday from Phila a w authorized Cap Hal of 135,000 the club was effectively decor i Delphia. And $100 subscribed by n c. Harsted in Holiday colors. Music was i police and prohibition officers r a m a h�1�?�8 an it i a d Ham furnished by the Southern Harmon-1 evening attire will mingle with the Rill a11 of Rutherfordton. New York dec. 31.�? apr an optimistic statement came Early today from the conference of representatives of Anthracite miners and operators who Are trying to eau i he four months suspension of i work. The tired negotiators ended their second Days work at Midnight. A ton. With authorized capital of $35,-i statement issued then said a both too and $100 subscribed by f. D. I aides expressed the opinion that a Hamrick n. H. Hamrick and n. C. Contract can and should be Nego Harris All of Rutherfordton. N. C. Harris inc., Rutherfordton the ceremony was performed by rulers. Throughout Tho evening de. New year s revellers in Philadelphia and keep a diligent prohibition Law Okey and Crawford Charlotte with authorized capital of $150,000 or. Andrews and was witnessed Byj Licious punch was served Only a few immediate friends and j Tho chaperones were sirs. R. B. Relatives. Terry mrs. M. S. Salsbury and or. And mrs. Stawnaker will make or. Carter it t a those present were misses Louise Page Ato enforcer ent act has i a a t a Hunt inc Durham we their Home in the City. Infractions according to director of and $300 subscribed by c. L. Okey Public safety Elliott. J l. L. Okey and d. C. Carmichael in new York where the Mullen All of Charlotte. Salsbury Elizabeth Adams Nell i wedding of Iames i Adams Mary Elizabeth Perry Mary i Bella announced i Elizabeth Harllee Margaret Allen the following announcement Elizabeth Jones Elizabeth Johnson i was published in Detroit i Isabel Baylor Betsy Armfield a a or. And mrs. Henry younger j Nancy Pearl Welborn Elizabeth announce the marriage of their j Snow Welborn Alice Mcrae Cald daughter Well Hibernia Hudson Lavarne Edna Louise Hudson Betsy Durland Elizabeth or j Unessee Bulla do Bani v Irginia Mcewen and night clubs and restaurants. Or. James Lee Buna Iguest miss Florence Cleve of nor-1 a pm fun Orma of no been repealed lad Federal pro i authorized capital of $50,000 and bit Ion agents will be scattered i $300 subscribed by j. I. Hunt throughout the City to preserve the i Durham and c. K. Boron and mrs. Liquor Law s. C. K. Boren both of Pomona. Men in the office of United h. S. Blackmer and company states District attorney Buckner j Kings Mountain with authorized land prohibition administrator John capital of $10,000 and $500 sub. Foster have been Reading up on scribed by h. S. Blackmer Louise the volstead act and also studying carefully the advertisements of 30 of clock at her Home on Oak-1 Nineteen Hundred and Twenty five a Hazel Shipman. Eliza Wood court in Honor of miss Elizabeth Bowne charming Bride elect. A a my. Trice to give Stag dinner honouring Matt Wall whose wedding to miss Elizabeth Bowne will take place next week Kenneth Price will give a Stag dinner on saturday evening at Bis Home on Guilford Avenue. At Home after january fifteenth 133 31 fourteenth for wedding mrs. Tiff Brigance and Little daughter. Frances of Memphis te.nn., have arrived to attend the wedding of mrs. Brigance a brother. Matt Wall to miss Elizabeth Bootie. Little miss Frances will be Rue Riu bearer in the wedding. Beth Shipman Marian Shipman and their guests. Misses Mary and a a Ona Dorothy Franklin of Asheville la ,1s a a Elizabeth Pickett Helen Marsh. Thalia Copeland and Grace Hutcherson and Dick Morris billed mis. T. Bulla of this City. Betty Joe Abels had Fretty fast v Little miss Betty Joe Abels daughter of or. And mrs. John Abris was hostess at a delightful birthday party this afternoon at her Home in Roland Park celebrating her eighth birthday. The guests were a number of Young friends in the neighbourhood. Games and contests were enjoyed both out doors and in the Bouse and during the afternoon delicious ice Cream rat it and Candy were served. A Small army of prohibition agents will invade Boston hotels and cafes. A a hip pocket violators will receive Especial attention from agents who will mingle w Ith the guests at the various entertainments. Police women in evening clothes will aug wards Charles j Immon of Boston. Ment efforts of the dry operator mass., Kitchen Bain. Charles the Liberty Bell which in 1775 Kearns Gilbert and Horace Hagan i tolled the Dawn of a new Era in the history of nations at Midnight will ring in the eur year and the Dawn miss Virginia Howell i miss my Eod hostess arrived this morning i 1n he nor a est miss Virginia Howell of Tren j miss Elizabeth Mcleod ton n. J., arrived this morning for Delight to party monday night the Wall Bowne wedding in which j Home Onjo vet drive in Honor gave a at she w ill lie one of the brides maids. Miss How Ell will be charmingly remembered Here having visited miss Bowne last summer. A or. Hedrick still very ill Elmer Hedrick who has been ill cold weather drinks done to go Home for lunch while the weather is cold. Let us serve you with our delicious hot drinks and Dainty sandwiches. Cecily a Stoke opposite Wachovia Bank. Phone 800 of her guests miss Julia Ellen Riley and miss Isa Foust of pleasant Garden. Christmas decorations w Ore used throughout the House. Gaines and darning were enjoyed until 10 30. Delightful refreshments were served by the hostess and the hostess Mother and mrs. W. M. Homey. About Twenty five guests were present to enjoy miss Mcleod a hospitality. A a a tur of twelve met yesterday mrs. F. Sizemore delightfully entertained the club of twelve yesterday afternoon at her Home in Boland Park. Poinsettias and Christmas greens were effectively used in decorating the rooms in which Bridge was played at three tables. Mrs. W. Chandler made the highest score for the afternoon and Phil Marshall Frank Kearns Allen and Jack Crowson James Charles and Carter Farriss Richard and Charles Salsbury Henderson Rogers John idol Jack Tucker and guest George Monroe e. W. Freeze Alfred Caldwell Lawrence Pickett and John William Herndon. A about people miss Edith Barker and guest miss Hallie Matt Marshall of Walnut Cove Are guests of mrs. Jack Burris at her Homo on Johnson a a Henry l. Sherrod of Birmingham ala., arrived today to spend several Days with his parents or. And mrs. A. Sherrod on n. Main Street. M. Rodder Laid to rest wednesday funeral services for j. M. Hodden. Who died tuesday were con of the Philadelphia Mesqui Centen a ducted at the residence 404 Kearns Nial Celebration. Street a the tones will be broadcast of clock. Across the continent through radio hated at this this was taken to mean that the conferees were beginning to see Daylight ahead. Neither Side would give any details except that the discussions had been made Clear to each Side the views of the other. The statement added that the conference continued to discuss arbitration with the operators favouring the proposition and the mine workers opposing it. Reference was also made to the Check off. The statement simply giving the information that this phase of the controversy had been under discussion. Under the Check off Coal companies deduct the Union dues from the miners pay and turn them Over to the Union. The operators claim the Check off is illegal. Tho miners declare the companies have been checking off various items from the miners Semi monthly pay for years. It was Learned that the miners have not changed their position on a single proposition before the conference continuing to favor the peace plan submitted by governor Pinchot. The governors proposal provides for a Board of investigation to in j crease wages if it finds this can be i done without advancing the Price i of Coal but this plan has been de a dared unworkable by the operators i because there is no alternative of Street yesterday afternoon at 2 30 vat per Quot tor wage negotiation Blackmer of Kings Mountain and c. E. Carpenter of Gastonia. Wilma Don investments inf., Asheville with authorized capital of $1 00,000 and $21,000 subscribed by w. L. Dunn m. L. Dunn c. De. Witt nobly and j. E. Swain All of Asheville. Station Wip. The Bell cracked when it was to a in a j committee is conferring with other Rev. O. L. Ruth pastor of the representatives of Coal companies. Ii a Ripko Fihn Ron Conni Fuh f no 1.,if no material Progress is made to holiness Church conducted the services which were attended to a rung at the funeral of Luef jus Large number of friends and 1 ice John Marshall. July 8. 183 5. J Rives of or. Redden. Interment of attempts to repair it were not entirely successful. However tests by radio engineers have demonstrated curved in Springfield cemetery. The pallbearers were j. H. Dun Man g. E. Jarvis Walter Keller Day the joint wage conference expects to observe new year s by remaining at. Work. People in Scotland Are not so i dumb. In Glasgow a doctor was that n Royln Nancy of ilm if Pip my i acini in Glasgow a actor was. Are cent of the full Volme May car1 Lohr c. G. Carmichael and fined for prescribing expensive Al. A la lie a. Newell the Flowers were car medicines. 21 local men Are summoned to serve on jury in january now he had from the Bell. I men and women in colonial costumes will gather in declaration chamber at 9 p. Rn., and will reenact the signing of the declaration of Independence outside in the Square old time constables and night watchmen in the garb of 1776 will re pass the door of the Hall. Inside the Hall and at the same desk at which the declaration was signed characters to the facsimile of the historic document. Many churches will hold watch ried by mus Pauline Yarborough Aud Ruby Jarvis. Dwelling near City is damaged by fire new hats especially designed to Wear now lots of new hats have conic in by today s express. I hey Are charming new modes in Rich and beaut fill new shades. They Are developed from Bailie Sills taffeta some have touches it get Straw. Hats that Vou will like because of their Bocconi in Ness. Letter see them. Prices Are from $5.00 and up see the new pastel Felts a latest see us for the Best in silk hosiery a main Street \ la of clock. Some will follow the a watch service with a special new Twenty one High Point men have year s service. By special direction been summoned for jury duty in of i Etc be. Roman catholics All. Over the world will have a service Guilford Superior court at greens. Fr0m n to 12 Povlock it Boro during the month of Januj a Ary. The list of jurors from this j City follows january 4�?e. A. Zachery John i j. Scroggs j. Mullis. January Llu a. S. Parker g. I c. Caldwell j. G. Cranford a j or Ellison j. I. Gro Orue w. T. I Powell ii. W. Rower j. G. Golds ton it. W. Younts b. W. Manley. January is John a. Loflin Aniel Moran d. R. Parker a. J Park Samuels c. A. Lewis j. W. Samuels f. P. Conrad Aud p. A. Lawson. By r. R. Hagan was badly damaged by fire late yesterday afternoon. High Point firemen answered a Telephone Call and aided in Extin i gushing the Blaze. Tile Bouse was services Roost of at too far frown a hydrant to make Hose connections so the firemen carried water. The fire caught in the roof and was caused by a defective flue. The fire laddies were called out administrators notice having qualified As administrators of the estate of w. L. Dorsett. And Eliza h. Dorsett deceased late of Guilford county North Carolina. This is to notify All person shaving claims against estates of a dwelling East of the c Ity owned in deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned at High Point North Carolina on or before. December 30, 1926, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estates will please make immediate payment. It this the 30th Day of december 1925. Ii. Dorsett. D. C. Dorsett yesterday afternoon to extinguish a j administrators of w. L. Dorsett fire which broke out in the automobile truck of e. F. Nance on Park Street. Three frenchmen will try to Fly to the North pole. How foolish Why not just go Down and sit in the ice House. Estate of Munsey under last will Broadhurst and Eliza h. Dorsett estates. 12,31�?i 7.14-21-28�?214 endeavours Are to have social meeting on Friday evening the Young Peoples senior Christian Endeavor society will hold us regular prayer meeting and new years social in the Annex of the friends Church on Friday night at 7 30 of clock. The topic will be Quot pressing to the leaders Are miss Lone Lowe and Rufus Davis. A splendid program has been arranged for the service. All Young people of the Church Are org d to attend arum visitors will be Welcome. Grangers new team unusual opposition new Orleans dec. 31.�?- a red Quot Grange and other numbers of the Chicago bears will have an unusual football team As opposition when they Trot upon a Gridiron Here january to. A eleven now being formed to encounter ranges outfit will be composed entirely of Gridiron luminaries. All other aggregations met by the bears in recent Wicks have consisted of a a collect stars from several states. Lester Lautenschleger Captain of the undefeated 19 25 Tulane Green wave Milton a a Irish Levy All Southern guard of the same team and Quot Bro Lierz Brown tilling Captain in 192 1, have announce d their intention of playing with the new Orleans team. He becomes the greatest contributor to endowment of metropolitan opposite Sheraton Railroad offices Are to close for one Day announcement was made today that the freight stations of both he h. P. T. And d. Railroad and the Southern Railroad wil1 be cd Ost d tomorrow irs Observance of the new years arrival no freight will be acce Ted or delivered during the Day. R Gular i business Wil continue on Laitur i it May. New York. Dec. 31.�? apr Frank a. Munsey after a life of achievement in the newspaper and Magazine Field has chosen to perpetuate his name As a Benefactor of Art rather than As a publisher. His will leaves the bulk of a Fortune estimated variously from $25,-000,000 to $40,000,000 to the metropolitan museum of Art. The new a Ork Sun the new York evening Telegram and the magazines which made up the greater part of the estate Are to be converted into Cash within the next five years by his executors. His bequest is the largest Ever made to the metropolitan museum and will make it the richest Art institution in the world. Through it or. Munsey stepped ahead of j. Pierpont Morgan As the chief Benefactor of the museum die Morgan gifts totalling about $ 15,000,000. Or. Munsey publicly had never shown particular interest in the museum his contributions being i limited to a $10 a year guember ship. Or. Munsey loft approximately i $300,000 to his business associates and $250.ooo with life annuities requiring As much As principal to his Sisters nephews nieces Aud friends. He also left $250,000 to Bowdoin in Oiler which gave him an honorary degree. Ami a bequests made by or. Munsey a Bachelor was an annuity of $2,000 a Star to mrs. Hart e. Pryor of Lowell. Mass. W to was a sweetheart of or. Munsey Many yours ago. Mrs. Pryor j is 70 years old. Friends said or. Munsey and mrs. Pryor then Annie Downs had been engaged in card. I ult r. Maine 50 years Ugo. I William t. Dewart an executor f the estate says there will be no i immediate Sale of the Munsey pub a. Cations. Tonight at 7 and 9. Tomorrow a theatre opens at 2 30 performance begins at 3 00. A Fountain services of the finest kind is to be had at our Fountain the most pleasing of drinks Well dispensed from a sanitary Fountain. Drug co. 2164�?phones�?2106 drugs with a reputation Bonnie Betty Beauty shop Over Woolworth marvelling facials shampooing Scalp treatments manicuring. Hair dyeing and cutting. Nestle Lanoil permanent waving expert operators phone 2092 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 a Contr agents at red Bell shoe store. Phone 2151 or phone 4 78�? Winston Salem. Monte Blue and a great cast including pats h Miller Louise Fazenda Mary \ Arr Ben Turpin and others in Atlantic Highlands x j u ii a trouble wit i new yorkers in Gertrude m. Putt at it he in not Many a. Hogans alleys there s a big new years treat in store for nil who be this thrilling Warner classic of the screen. Coal that kind you like so Well free burning the kind that gives the most heat units prompt deliveries. Prices right w. A. Davis ice and Coal phone 2141 Czerp Troob sets a Standard. In c. Clark Developer i / k v a Happy on the est Day of 1925 we want to than everybody for helping to make this Yea ithe biggest year we have Ever had. We pledge Omides to. Strive harder to please you in926, to carry better Stock than Ever id serve you Hatter Beavans the a Dies store special Jwj Otu fully Deb Ems flavor. Vethe Venetia de luxe packaged ice pm a old Only in Packa. Of to All who have hide this past year it Banner year Fords. Be Are thai Ful for your Patin at and our Kin care wish is thai 1926 a i 11 g to it Vou i / health happiness and Success Hart drug comp next to Post office at ants bring. J

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