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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 2, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Section e local news and Wani ads a in this Section the High Point Enterprise Section b local news and Wani ads in this Section vol. 55�? to. 33 member associated press High Point n. C., Thi Ruday afternoon. February 2, 1939 Complete Nea Sekva e Price five cents -j1 six conomy Auto Stor j c 0 r q ratio a supreme court finds no error Davis Case Market jottings by an observe High Point in All s conviction i Phel pedestrian and Riey list Hurt in accidents registration we re going to break that record after All. It s a surprising fact about the second week of the Market. It starts off slowly and those of us who watch the figures begin to feel some doubts about How the folks Are coming in and we begin to wonder about records. Which All of us like to see broken. And then comes the second tuesday and we begin to feel a Little better. Rome wednesday and the totals look a Little More imposing. And come thursday and we breathe a sigh of Relief because Only merest Chance remains to keep the Market from breaking All previous attendance records. And so it goes the supreme court of North Jar Ollna yesterday found a no or or in the conviction in Guilford county Superior court of Olin m. Avis of High Point charged with Quot unlawful transportation of intoxicating Davis was indicted and tried in Greensboro. Along with it. T. Buffer and Neese will lard after officers captured near Julian a cavy transport truck Laden with 03 cases of whiskey reported to ave been consigned to Baltimore 0 a destination in Kentucky. Williard and Shaffer were Ali it Ted of both the charges of rasp rotation and Possession for he purpose of Safe. Davise was fund not guilty of Possession for tie purpose of Sale but the jury fought in a conviction on the Harge of transporting asset rated Justice m. V. Barn ill who wrote the opinion of tie court stated that a while the try would have been fully Justi led in finding the defendant nitty of both counts tra Nepor action and Possession of liquor for Al under the evidence in this ase their failure to do so does of. As a matter of Law. Vitiate the it dict on the count of the opinion stated that Guilford officers found 2"3 cases of liquor 1 a truck driven by Davis. Two persons were injured in the City yesterday afternoon and last night in motor vehicle accidents. The pair neither of whom was injured seriously was Elliot Morris 13. Of 130 4 East Commerce Street and Bertha Evans 14-year-old girl. The Morris boy was taken to Burrus memorial Hospital last night where it was discovered he suffered a broken leg and broken Arm. He was injured when a truck collided with a bicycle on East Washington Street. The Driver of the truck Floyd Henderson 37. Of 408 Leonard Street was arrested on a formal charge of reckless driving. The was said to have belonged to the s. E. Hauser Iroe Ery company. The Accident occurred around 7 of clock. Bertha Evans while walking across North Wrenn Street near Belk Stevens department store was struck by an automobile which officers said was being driven by c. R. York. 23. Of 316 Louise Avenue. The injuries of the child were slight. Showing a surprising amount of activity As the Market Here draws to a close 153 buyers registered today at the Southern furniture exposition building to swell the total number of registrants to 2,516. Or within eleven registrations of the All time High set at the Market in july 1938. It is believed that the attendance record for the eighteen year history of the Market will be broken before the close of business today and that saturday s closing will Mark the end of one of the most successful markets since the exposition building opened its doors. Manufacturers have reported an unusually Good distribution of orders and furniture retailers have expressed themselves As being completely satisfied with the merchandise shown Here and the manner in which the Market generally has been i ii it y Man sues i a is milling company a suit growing out of a collision on the Asheboro Road of two trucks was filed in municipal court this morning by Vav. R. Walker of Trinity against Vav. A. Davis trading As Davis milling company High Point. The Accident occurred december 23, 1938. The plaintiff contends that a truck operated by the defendant s agent made a sudden Stop causing the truck of the plaintiff to plunge into the rear end of the vehicle ahead. Charging negligence on the part of the defendants Driver or. Walker asks the court for a judgment of $300 for damage to the truck and for $140 for the loss of the truck during the period in which it was under repairs. Fan mail thanks to the unidentified lady who left a mysterious message on our desk last night. We Hope you had fun writing it. And maybe we can write one Hack at you some Day. Experience tells us that there Are two sides to every joke. And remember we said something in yesterday s column about having the last laugh. Can it be that we will new York feb. 2.�?</p> Ernie Koy husky outfielder purchased by the Brooklyn dodgers from the Yankees for $15,000 last year sent in his signed contract today. Dodger officials said he was Given a substantial increase in salary. Add Al Izzard Dodge ret p. R. Barker buyer for Sears Roebuck Chicago is another Feller who apparently is trying to get away from had weather. He blew ? in this morning. Welcome or. Baker and Well see what we can do about some Sunshine. If you la hang around a few Days. Dover nors conference by the scientific handling of refuse collected dustbins of Birmingham England now yield the City an income of $300,000 annually. Albany n. Y., feb. 2. Up a the National conference of governors was invited by Jov error Lehman today to hold its 1939 meeting in new York men come vere for meet smart. New. Colourful easy terms Orange juice have you had your vitamins today wandering around the building this morning we drifted into the High Point furniture company space where p. V. Kirkman i. Vav. Mccallie o. M. Loving jr., Harold Davis j. H. Phagan Vav. B. Goldsmith Charlie Hayes and various and sundry of the Welch boys have been holding Forth. And they were serving Orange juice. Fresh from the Trees that line the Indian River at City Point Florida. Doing the honors at the fruit Juicer was miss Ruth Bowne and a lot of folks went away from above space with vitamins to the Good and satisfied looks on their fares. A Posy to you folks t. Southern a Tor for the n of labor Rudy Scott left Salesman for Krebs Stengel company is shown Here with or Vav hidden assistant buyer for w. S. Hadcock corporation Mulberry i la., next Vav. S. Hadlock owner of a number of Florida furniture store and Joe Semiel right of Krebs Stengel. A Foust addresses schoolmasters of Guilford country Giles needs for Hydu cation in fount Thomas r. Foust superintendent of Guilford county schools called attention to some of the county s school needs in a speech to the Guilford county schoolmasters club in Greensboro last night. The meeting was held in the Jefferson roof restaurant. S. Deskins president in charge. Or. Fount said that a Survey is now under Way in the county to determine the amount of equipment needed to raise the status of Guilford county schools to Standard level. In a preliminary report Arnold Perry state department of education said that the sum of $4,577 would be required to bring to a Standard level the 13 schools he had examined the amounts needed for school ranging from $5 to $1,078. Or. John h. Cook of the woman a College As principal speaker. Urged the need of a teacher retirement Law in North Carolina. He Felt that it was not necessary to a pension Quot aged teachers by retaining them in service. He said that in North Carolina there Are 534 teachers Over 60 years of age. And half of tiros Are Over 65 years. Flying Gordon Robinson who has visited with us a couple of Days this week left Here this morning with a disappointed look on her face planes in All parts of the country were grounded be cause of bad weather and Gordon had to resort to other forms of transportation to take himself Back to the Windy City. And does Gordon love to Fly. A verified state by a City employee that real property is five of Street assessments is binding and the City is obligated to make restitution to a Bona fide purchaser who told there Are no assessments. Discovers there Are such encumbrances after purchasing the property in Good Faith and without notice in the opinion of City attorney Grover of. Jones. The question has been discussed at length at City Bali today after the City Council in session yesterday released without assessment a tract of property on which there were in principal and interest assessments amounting to a Little Over $1,000. A i Don t think there is any question but that the City is bound in such a Case Quot or. Jones told the Enterprise this afternoon. In pointed out it Unicki parity Hundred funeral service or mrs. Parks brickbats to the proofreader m. I who occasionally bawls up these inc a j lines. Sonny boy. They re hard a who enough to read without transpose red suddenly at his Home in the j dons Otton Grove Community near a a a Ovington monday at i noon a r. Last column we w ind up our Mondui Ted wednesday afternoon j observing activities tomorrow. We t 2 30 of clock from the pleasant Hope that in Reading these few Rove m. E. Church. J lines you have found something the services were in Barge of of interest although you might lie pastor. Rev Fred love and not be directly connected with lev. R. F. A Huneycutt. During the furniture Industry. In report he services the Church choir Sang. Ing things As we see them we it is Well with my soul Quot and pass this on to you the men and he Hedgecock sister Sang As a women engaged in the furniture net Quot asleep in Jesus Quot and Quot will Industry Are rendering a great he Circle be flow i Public service ,. They re Tundra were Tai i i i ii l ends and Jug every Effort to bring to you neighbors All the Good things in furniture pallbearer were la. E. Dan a and other Home furnishings at Ned. D. A. Taylor j. F Owen. Prices you can afford to pay. E Greenwood l. Piner and so that you can enjoy the com of h. Newsome. Interment was forts that come from Beautiful made in the Church cemetery. Surroundings. Several times within the past two or three years property owners have presented claims to the Council giving As a basis certified statements of a tax clerk that no assessments existed. A petition by a claimant on the grounds he had been Given an now showing latest trends in new living room suites you la thrill at the new and Beautiful living room suite we Are showing a Large display of Many new creations. Exquisite coverings of Many designs. Come in today and let our experts assist you. Runs i pc a try Council to adopt a policy of honouring Only those claims based upon an affidavit. The regulation in effect is that persons desiring such information must present their question in writing and receive in return a statement by the employee in writ judge Lewis e. Teague trying a Case in municipal court Here involving identical issues ruled that a statement made by an agent of the City was binding upon the City. Or. Jones said. This Case was appealed to Guilford Superior mrs. Hattie Hayes Dies at her son s Home her registered at Market mrs. Hattie Burke Hayes 63. Wife of a. F. Hayes of Franklinville. Passed away at the Home of her son Clarence f. Hayes. 2103 East Green Street this morning at 9 o clock death following an illness of two months duration. Mrs. Hayes was born in Chatham county May 25, 1875, the daughter of Robert and Martha Johnson Burke and was married on june 21st 1898. For several years the family resided in this City. She was a member of the first Baptist Church at Franklinville. Surviving Are the husband a. F. Hayes of Francesville one son. Clarence f. Hayes and two Gratis children of Iii re Point three Sisters mrs. Rosa Jordan of Franklinville. Mrs. J. A. Moody of Franklinville and mrs. H. Teague of Hamlet. Brief funeral services will be conducted from the Home saturday morning at 9 30 o clock with further services to follow at the Franklinville Baptist Church at la of clock. Interment will be in the Church bedroom furniture stunning Liberal credit plan Arni we mean just thai Iii is is the easiest friendliest quickest credit plan in town. You can Purchase one tire or a full set of the new Goodrich Silver towns with the amazing new life Saver tread and pay for them a you ride a on your own that is smart an new is shown enlarge display of bedroom suites designs to choose fro we give you a lot of style and Quality for your Money. Any number of pieces May be mean Thi too we handle All of our own accounts and 9 out of every to people Complete their purchases and our easy credit requirements in less than to minutes. No waiting around either we install or deliver your Purchase at service next week s Enterprise for announcement of our big Kitchen Cabinet Sale watch Rose furniture co e. M. Ridley manager owned and operated by Kester Bros 201 North main Street 12 East main Street phone 2788-4332 243 South main Street Thomasville n

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