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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 29, 1940, High Point, North Carolina I Rad a february 29. 1940the of. I Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of High Point. North Carolina Page nine Sec. A mixing furniture replacing Matching today by Manian you so a. Of to service staff correspondent a v York bedroom Furnin display in exhibit rooms Days is More interesting. Ever before. This certainly v for the homemaker a re Quot i it Ide to replace worn or out t chests chairs Beds or a tables with new pieces. The modern bedroom As in a a he ribs a it n a it in v a a a i in Ltd 4 modern dining room a set of Ling pieces no longer is Eon cd a necessity. In fact the smart decorators than match. I so a i s in n i 11�?T �?~k�1 a i Quot pm a n r i in i amp serb 3# fity of rather mix Are a bit More Likely to use ror or Glass or transparent dressing table with a Ma-1 a Chest and two Beds than i a dressing table of match mahogany in the room. I v oks Walnut Tern Beds of bleached Oak Isle take their place in a with traditional dressing and Chest of dark Oak or Cany or Walnut. A pair of n chests May stand oppo twin Beds with luxurious id Satin headboards and no it Ards. A Ogue for mixing rather Matching should please the maker on a limited Mudget. _ it Means that she can Rel an old Chest without feeling is eds too must be replaced of though they Are in Tine con Rich mahogany makes this smart Low budget priced furniture of the Type now featured in mid summer furniture sales. The set includes a Large double bed a Dresser with Mirror Chest and night it air of i lasers or chests of tables. Also in the room Are a chaise lounge in Brown Satin with Pale Cream stripes which har Monize with the Pale Cream Rug. So Tab Cal height and shape look in a room than a tall a a i a a $8sb�>f it Quot it n a f of a it it is. It a v a a it a Ltd 0> West ? a it a my cd in a to in m my Chest and a not so tall Dresser. Bed tables Large enough to hold a Magazine or a Book As Well As a lamp and Ash tray look newer than the Dinky varieties. New boudoir chairs Are slightly larger than formerly. The chaise Tongue no longer is a luxury item which Only the wealthy can afford. It la easily possible to find a Lovely one in whatever Price Range you choose. Incidentally of you Are considering completely re decorating a bedroom one Safe Way to go about it la to have the chills Tongue or the easy chair covered with a floured material and then pick Wall. Rug. Curtain and Bedspread colors to match shades in the print. No Atter Rucks Reim. \ l ii on if von cannot afford a Large. New bedroom Rug. How about using first Quality bathroom scatter rugs decorator nowadays its am twin Beds Side by Silt space at All bet wee both with one or to dress up tin Hie studio bed. Of Thomasville Bank chosen depository for finn funds special to the Enterprise Thomasville. Feb. 29.�?the first National Bank of Thomasville Bas been selected As depository for a a fighting fund for which is being sponsored in Thomasville by a group of civic minded citizens. A committee composed of h. R. Kyser chairman and w. W. Rapp j. W. Hawthorne. O. S. Boer mrs. P. A. Boyles mrs. Allen Surratt w. In. Tomlinson. Robert Jones c. T. Brumfield and r. W. Green will direct the drive for the funds in Thomasville. Wins civic prize Goldsboro feb. 29.�? up a James a. Butler Lias received the Junior chamber of Commerce distinguished service award a a for a outstanding contribution to the civic Busine anti ilife of Goldsboro. Police hold 40 czech refugees under guard in French legation orders issued l o break i p flight of former army officers and reservists who seek to join t Loyal legion in fight against nazis Budapest feb. 29.�? to a Saber bearing policemen today guarded exits to the French legation under orders to break up an alleged traffic in French passports for czechoslovak refugees a orders reported to have been issued by Hungary under German pressure the police maintained an All night Vigil around the four Story atone building where they said 4 0 refugees were harboured. All callers at the legation were examined and automobiles leaving the courtyard were searched. An inquiry at the legation brought the answer that no one at the moment was authorized to discuss the situation. Endanger neutrality High hungarian officials however were understood to have told the French minister. Pierre Gerlets that so Long As the passport traffic endangers Hungary a neutrality in the German View the police watch would not be relaxed. It was reported that the beleaguered czechoslovak sought Haven in the diplomatic immunity of the legation when police started to round up scores of persons holding French passports without being Able to speak French. Germany was reported to have entered a stiff protest against Hungary a count enhancing the passage of refugees through the count by. Seeking to join fight the basis of the German objection was said to be a belief that most of the refugees Are former army officers or reservists seeking to join the Czecho slovak legion in Paris to fight Germany for a reconstitution of the shattered Czecho slovak Republic. Unlike refugee poles the fugitives from the German protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia have no diplomatic representative to whom to apply for passports. I in if la of sati i look dish cloths pc extra Fine Quality size 16x13 3 140 South main Street $1.50 value alarm clocks guaranteed pay w one year. F $ c everyday ten do. To put with no covering thous spread. Or Dou inform ii Gie a ii babe saw m Beds in rooms done by outstanding decorators these Days usually Are pushed together and Tov by one Over size spread. In a modern bedroom the predominating color of which is Pearl Gray Bing chests As Well As Matching Beds stand Side by Side each pair treated As a single piece of fur Voiture. Glass fabrics Are the principal decorative feature of the room. Laity you Are pretty tired a headboard made. Or try Han a piece of softly draped mat on the Wall from picture Moi to floor with the headless pushed against the fabric. Cria i Ding bed full pint Wax paper l a peroxide a is 99 sire Mercoli Zed Wax Tao 5-Grain aspirin tablets giant size p. Amp g. Soap a a a 7c 55c size Ponds creams 2<� he War today i curation of outside Aid pushing reds o unleash most fierce fight in Hopes it of whipping finns while they Are Able i latest farm Market report fruits vegetables Pinkham vegetable compound 84c 10c value Wash cloths 3� by Dewitt Mackenzie he fierceness of the bolshevism drives aes inst the finns ent. A supreme Effort on the part of the reds to make a a kill Quot before several prospective brands of trouble Are de across their by Tody route. File muscovite Behemoth is trying to out run time. Rut defile fad that the defenders Are Bent under the Mountain eight being Flunor against them its anybody a War yet. Finns still May turn the their dog tired but deter of Little army can withstand maybe a month tha terrific ire which is being alerted to it both from the North and the South that would give tor the development of two which the russians fear Mapetra of an Allied a Pedi Force to support the de is is being talked actively in in and the idea appears to tiring in favor rapidly. Hen Iii mein of Spring be i fill the air Mother nature will take a hand to protect by in the us of Lake by the country Side info a Boras across which armies fight it a it m id i n of Ainer Aid All end it is getting la to i a lets of Man nationalities. King indication that things ginning i it it Quot in no a i d he is the announcement in n that major Vermit Roose on of the late president Ore Roosevelt. Quot Only apply j ?.iou to to Ign i com a in Iii i i1 i la Ai my to omm Aud of the International ears in Finland. Number of volunteers who arrived ii. Been mad but the move to appoint Roosevelt to the command indicate that a substantial i already is on the ground or de in f to n in 0 ate future certainly Are badly needed at by. Reds have two great drives Ogress. They Are striking lard from the Arctic coast ready have their me seventy five Miles into entry. Vim on the fiercely Ted a Lei in n isthmus the tis Are hammering at the cd Mannerheim line and to turn the finnish right by capturing the devastated a Vii Piu i the strategic rail Junction which the finns in to defend desperately. Miles away to. A a or i unique i Imig said the red army was four Miles of vhf pure after of six More towns. Cd intervention wit ii a t rain fully equipped expedition be would of course mean a Ilion of War against the it would also mean the of Russia into military i with Germany. However Ling has been steadily Townie Allied countries that Rill have to fight Russia sooner or later and that it would be better to strike a soon As possible. In other words the present tendency of the Anglo French brotherhood is to undertake to trounce both Russia and Germany at the same time and get the Job Over with so the russians Are racing to try to beat out the allies and Spring. The latter May arrive Prat and if it finds the finns still holding out there will be nothing left for the Bol Nevis to do but to resort to their huge air Force to try to Complete the Job of crushing Finland which would take a lot of doing in the Long run however the russians must win because of their vast strength a unless the allies Send help. North Carolina shipping Point information and wednesday s Sale on the principal wholesale markets a reported by the u. B agricultural marketing sender and North Carolina department of agriculture. Prices Are confined to the ranges at which the bulk of the i. E. I. Stock of Good Merchantable Quality and condition sold. A Pkt potato shipments feb. 37. Calif i Del 3 la to. N j 4. North Carolina 3 okla i 8. C 3. Total 25 Cleveland. Market slightly weaker. Porto Picans u. 8 no. I. North and South Carolina by baskets 140 to i 50 la by crate 1.65 to i 75 n j. By. Hampers. Jersey Type. U. S no. I 135 to 140 Washington Market at adv North Carolina by baskets Nancy Halls and Porto Picans 90 cent to i of. New York Market Dull. Porto baskets i to to 135 by crate 140 Picans u. 8 no. I North Carolina by to i 50. 8 c. By baskets mostly too la. By. Crates. I 60 to 1.65. Detroit Market slightly weaker by. Baskets. Porto Picans. U. 8. No. I North Carolina 1.45 to so 8. C. 130 to 1.33. Baltimore Market very Dull. Prices unchanged. By. Baskets. North Carolina. Porte Picans. U. 8 no. I 75 to 85 cents ungraded 40 to 60 cents ungraded Jersey Type and Golden 50 to 65 cents Pittsburgh. Market about steady Porto Rivanna. U. 8 no i North Caro i 60. 125 to i is by 8, c by. Baskets Margaret Mitchell gone with the wind Quot novel Complete and unabridged Side glances whether you pre Fer a past a of Weir a liquid Ponti frill peso Denaui tooth powder Sot Silt on it pc so Dent has a i rom delivered a i i it charges Presque rid sack Green Mon size a i 30 to i 35 min140 to 148 Oonea in a to Ai Ai Vici. Tac t in sea v a or Opp 1-26 based on Tran Portal rate too Poi v. 8 no i no. I 3 in 1 43 new York Market a on old Stock Dull on new no Pound sacks u. S no. I Manti mountains 190 to 2 00. Long Green mountains i 80 to 2 25 russet Burbanks Bakers in 2 30 pm a. By crates b u 8 no i i 85 to 2 of Chicago Market about steady Colo red Mcclure steady on Stock of All \ Dull on new 87 arrived. U Day 002 cars. Well have to do sonic Hipfl about the heating system Back at the office Tom there drafts All Over the Placer Lins. By crates. I 40 i 25 to i 35. T new York Market Dull Fla in by hampers. Domestic round Type 85 cents to Savoy Type i 37a to i 50 to Pound sacks danish Type 60 to 75 cent. Str it m Grifs Plant City. Fat demand fair Market slightly stronger. Yard sales truckloads Cash to growers. Tuesday missions a without crate per pint 37 to 311. Mostly 30 cent. New York Market slightly stronger. Fla 36 pint crates or pint mostly 37 to 30 few Best 33 cent. Collards new York Market Dull. Norfolk Section Aby. Baskets 35 to 65 cent. Kale new York Market firm. Norfolk Section a by. Basket 80 cent to i 12�?T,. Spinach new York Market Dull Texas by. Backet. Savoy Type 75 to 80 cent. Lettuce new York Market about steady Fla. Eastern lettuce crates big Boston Type. 2 00 to 2 50. Radishes new York Market slightly stronger. Fla 16 quart Climax baskets 1.3?a to i 50 peppers new York Market firm Cuba t>2 by crates. Bull Nom Type. Large sizes mostly 8 50 to 8 so. Few to of snap by ans new York Market firm hampers. Bountiful. Cubs. 9 00 10 00, Porto Rica. Fair Quality 7 00 pota7 of s Presque Isik. Aroostook. Co Points Maine demand moderate Ket about steady. Carload and to loads tuesday f. O. A shipping p 50r sue Barba shaving Cream 23c our prescription department a we Are justly proud of our prescription department and cordially invite you to inspect it. Two registered pharmacists to compound pre. A Erl Poloni and Only the finest chemicals pharmaceuticals and biological Are used visit it and become better acquainted with our service. To ctr Fok Sou 10< value pot holders buy kleenex the convenient Way a arteries from Allae Stock. 350 cars on to u s. Shipments tues carlot track Sale sacked be sure to have plenty of kleenex on hand during the cold season. Order now. 200 Sheet boxes per cwt Idaho russet Burbanks few sales u. S no. I. 185 to 1.97 lit u 8. No. 2 s. Few Sale. I 40. Colo. Red Mcclure i car v. 8 no. I i 75 Nebr and whom a s. No i washed Bliss j triumphs mostly around 2 to i car. 2 05 m Ila and n Dak red River Valley Section. 85 per cent no i Quality cobblers Lew. I 25, 70 to so per cent no. I Quality Bliss triumphs i of to 1.15. Wis unclassified round Whites i car. I of. U. S Cottons cos i car. A c. I. Track a i washed. U. 8. No. I i car i 95, hulks Jia la Aillet golds Boho feb. 29 the Junior chamber of Mere Horn it ill invite the Sigie con vont Ion in resident h. Bland said today. Taxes paid ii amount to More than 000,000, or one fifth of Conal income annually

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