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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Sears managers to meet in Chicago assistants to Lake charge of stores w Hile they re away banquet held about boo Sears Roebuck retail store a mailers mail order manager and other executives will travel an a Legate of three times the distance from the Center of the Earth to the Center of the Moon next week As they evacuate their own Bailiwick and invade Chicago. There one of the biggest conferences Ever held by any one firm will take place during five Days of seminar sessions in which every phase of the company s business will be discussed and its program for the coming year outlined. But Back Home in 4s4 cities where the company operates retail units a strange mingling of mirth festivity and Gross insubordination is scheduled to occur five Hundred and Twenty four assistant managers of As Many Sears Roebuck stores will move info the managerial Sanctum and take Over. And in a Quot while the cats away the mice will play spirit of carnival 30.omo retail employees will put on a Celebration which has been labelled the a a King for a week promotion. The event will run from monday february 26, to saturday March 2. The King at the local Sears Roebuck More is j. 8, Douglas assistant to manager h. K. Hatton. Or. Douglas first started with the the staff of the local Sears Roebuck store with their guests at animal dinner Given thursday february 22, in launching the a a King for a week photo by Smith s studio Sears Roebuck organization in 1 932. A the a King for a week Celebration is distinctly an All employee affair a said or. Douglas. Practically everyone in the store had a hand in the planning. A your National retail office is offering a number of awards for the Best showing and we in High Point Are determined to get a piece of that Money for our organization. Maybe hell have fun and learn a lot in Chicago i know for sure that we re going to do both the Quot King for a week pro Gram was formally launched Al a dinner held in the banquet room of the Imperial cafe on North main Street last thursday evening. During the course of the dinner Brief talks were made by members of the Sears staff who pledged their whole hearted support to a a King Douglas during the Celebration. The staff of the local Sears store together with several guests were present. Egyptian King will View Mummy of ancient Monarch for Quality shoe repairing a phone 4313�? work called for and delivered dyeing a specially w. Brown shoe shop 128 North Wrenn Street Cairo feb. 2 4.�? to to the elaborate Silver Mummy Case of King Sou Sennes. King Solomons supposed father in Law is going to he opened next week before the eyes of King Farouk who follows him As Egypt a ruler by some 3,000 years. The Case was taken out of its double Granite sarcophagus yesterday by French archaeologist Pierre Montet who discovered the Tomb. Campbell Hill in Logan county. Is the highest Point in the state of Ohio. The modern decoration scheme Calls for papers that Are Bright modern a decorative unit that is accentuated rather than subdued. Make your Home modern and smart for very Little expense by redecorating with our smart patterns in wallpaper. See the new styles and patterns a you will find papers to suit your Home and your budget we carry a very Complete selection of All painting and decorating supplies we make no charges for securing Loans for your repairs $60 to $2,500. $100.00 will Cost you Only $5.98 per month for 18 months no Cost to Borrower. No red tape. No delay. No mortgage required. A loan May be secured in addition to existing mortgage. Snow lumber co established 1880 ice dealers will Convene this week c. E. Stuart i vice president of association we serve the people their financial problems vary but Hood system l a a a s serve them All the i bar below her jump uni a Hood system Loans Iii a a nut. A it to am. Mar i 40�? in i a i 44�? a a tto i i a of to i of t0� 4�?o tee is l0 14 a v Ilo a 20 Soo i 6 in 14 >60�?o Ltd a 442 47 420 2�?o a 744 a a 40�?o Quot let 44 40�?o Soo Viva 400 44�? Hoo a a 7 to a a a Louo 4�e 7�? a Ttoe �?�40 to in ii we Voo St i �?�4 �?�0 100-, 4a Quot 100 of 1200 i mis a too 400�?o Tae in 40�?o tat 2oo 144line 1141 too xxx 10 201�? 2o�? Moo lie 3041-1 kl04 the Hood system understands your kind of Money problem and will promptly and courteously serve you personal Loans automobile Loans collateral Loans a business Loans we Welcome your account Iio ii system . Haak too North main Street spatial to the Enterprise Rocky mop it feb. 2 4. A More than 200 ice dealers and Trade representatives from this and other states will gather in Rocky mount wednesday and thursday feb. 28 and 29, for the 31st annual convention of the North Carolina ice association at the new Ricks hotel. In addition to the business session the convention will include extensive entertainment features and Trade exhibits. Speakers prominent in the ice Industry in North Carolina and the nation will be heard. R. Greg Cherry of Gastonia. Speaker of the House in the last general Assembly and Edmund h Harding philosopher and entertainer from Washington. N. �?T., also Are on the program. The association president. A a. Eagle of Charlotte will preside Over the business sessions. Other officers of the association Are c. E. Stuart of High Point Vic president and Lewis h. Pow Ell of Raleigh Secretary treasurer. The finance committee is composed of Inutile Taylor Durward King. W. S. Burnies the latter being a past president of the association. The convention will open wednesday morning at to of clock j with the first business session at i which pres id to t Eagle will make i his annual address. The speakers j at this session will be f. O. Bow a Man executive Secretary of the North Carolina bottlers association s. Paul Vecker vice president of the Carolina Light and Power company and j. F Conners sales manager of the Norfolk division of the Ford motor company. Appointment of committees will conclude the session. The second business session wednesday begins at 2 p. In. I and the first speaker will be or. Cherry whose subject is Quot insurance As it affects the ice in i other speakers will be j Harry c. Conklin sales manager of the Southern ice company of Charleston. S. C., and m. J. Uline of Washingotn d. The associations annual banquet and dance will be held wednesday evening at 7 of clock in the ballroom of the hotel with Thomas a. Avera Well known j Rocky mount attorney As the master of ceremonies or. Harding. Popular for his wit humor philosophy and music will feature the entertainment program for the banquet. The evening will conclude Wilh dancing from to until i a in. The second Day of the convention on thursday will begin with the business session at 9 45 a. In. The first feature will be exhibition of a color motion picture Story of the ice Industry by Fred Mccandlish of Drexel Hill a. Other speakers will be mount Taylor executive Secretary of the National association of ice industries and Guy w. Jacobs business manager of National ice advertising the business session will end with reports of committees election of officers and routine announcements. The next Contention City will be chosen by committee later. The convention will come to an end with the annual luncheon to which the convento ladies Are invited this to be a Barbecue feast at Melton a. The program committee has arranged special features for the ladies including motion pictures Bridge and social courtesies in addition to the annual banquet Donee and luncheon. Also. The ladies have been invited to attend All the business sessions. Miss Eleanor Powell on Duke s Honor Roll miss Eleanor Powell of this City is among the 402 Duke University undergraduates who have earned the privilege of voluntary class attendance for the Spring semester according to information just released by the Deans in Trinity College and woman a College. Three Hundred and seven of these students have their names on the Quot Deans list 95 Are seniors whose grades entitle them to voluntary class attendance under a new ruling. Also on the Honor Roll for the i Spring term Are Truett h. Frazier of Asheboro Henry Etta link and Nan Tyr Raper both of Lexington. Swede solons Convene today special session of parliament called to halt outward flow of sold Stockholm feb. 24.�? up a the swedish government today summoned an extraordinary special session of parliament for sunday to revise foreign Exchange regulations and halt the flow of Sweden s Gold reserves to foreign Banks. Whether the Riksdag also will discuss the critical foreign political situation growing out of the bombing of the Frontier town of Fajalak last wednesday was problematical. However. Soviet Russia s denial that russian planes carried out the raid As alleged by Sweden was believed to have been one of the matters which caused foreign minister Christian Gunther to defer his trip to Copenhagen where scandinavian foreign ministers Are meeting. The denial in the face of positive swedish statements that planes and bomb fragments were identified As russian was regarded As involving Sweden s National prestige. Political circles said diplomatic relations would be endangered if the u. S. S. R. Fails to give Satis faction. A a a bids on contract postal stations will be received Iii determine w heftier stations Are dosed or continued for two year Washington d. C., feb. 24. A was new bids on operation of High Points five contract postal stations will determine whether the stations Are closed or continued for another two years. It was Learned at the Post office department today. April i is the Date set for opening the bidding. Any contract operations after june 30 will be under new contracts. Based on bids received and the local postmaster s recommendation. The High Point postal stations May he i closed 2 i con a untied under supervision of the i present contractor or 3 moved to new locations under supervision of different contractors. However postal officials said it is certain not More than five contract postal stations Wilt approved for1 High Point for the two year period starting july i. Principal competitors for the postal station contracts Are exp peeled to be retail stores. Bidding will be competitive hut not Quot open As bids Are not required to be made Public. State social problems will be studied in seminar Raleigh feb. 24�? of a a study of North Carolina and its social problems will be made at Meredith colleges third annual alumnae seminar Here Friday and saturday. Speakers will include or. Howard pm Jessen. Professor of sociology at Duke University or. Howard w. Odum Kenan professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina and mrs. W. T. Boat commissioner of the state Board of charities and Public welfare. Gannett opens Dixie tour by predicting own Victory Atlanta ga., feb. 24�? up a publisher Frank Gannett of Rochester n. Y., seeking Delegate support from the democratic South in his hid for the Republican presidential nomination recommended in an address ton is the fusing of the Republican a with Quot All foes of the new Dea a it i should be nominated will he elected Quot Gannett prod de and added Quot if or roosts imagines he is indispensable t attempts to break the third to tradition he will be beaten every Quality shoe repairing at reasonable prices City shoe shop Commerce St. We deliver phone 2010 Model Supply company Quot a complot plumbing and heating services 804 w. Broad St. Phone 8240 a a your warmest Friend Only tire Hest tirades of Coni City fuel co. 520 Park St. To roue 8885 Karl Shepard m. D. Announce the opening of his office in the professional building for the practice of internal Medicine and diseases of children proves of b Point Philadelphia pa., feb. 2 4. 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It takes Only a few minutes to bundle it up and Call 3.vm our route Man will pick it up and return it White and Sweet smelling and surgically clean. Look at the savings listed below a family finish the finest laundry service a vol la blk Flat work sch. Wearing apparel i Scab. Minimum bundle.$1.00 App i j Mew in. Ali i m Moth proof gearing a a a Totev amp a a no met clean sol cd a it we Moth proofed a my it Jeatha Cut Fht Ruflin Institute of flu Noering Quot i phone 3393 latin a High Points Only soft water laundry a a

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