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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 4, 1926, High Point, North Carolina Page High Point Enterprise monday january 4, 1926 done to forget the Sale of children a socks continues thru tomorrow Good shades Good sizes a 7s, 8s, 9s, 10s. Novelty tops 3 pair for 50c l club phone 4262 wedding a announcements events of society personals parties phone 4212 fashions shades a Brown Black White bulb Tan Grey. Buy for school Wear a you la need a dozen pair. Tea and topics club to meet the Tea and topics club will meet thursday afternoon at 3 ts0 of clock with mrs. J. E. Smith. A o. S. Farlo we. Jr., born january 4 or. And mrs. S. Farlowe announce the birth of a son Oliver Spencer Farlowe jr., on january 4 woman a club to meet wednesday the woman a club will meet on wednesday afternoon at 3 30 o clock at the Sheraton hotel. There will be a meeting of the executive Board at 3 o clock. A a or. Wall honoree at Stag dinner honouring Matt Wall whose wed Ding to miss Elizabeth Bowne takes place tomorrow night Kenneth Price was Host at a Stag dinner saturday evening at his Home on Guilford Avenue a color Motif of red and White was effectively carried out at the handsomely appointed table and the Centrepiece was a Basket of red roses. The favors were horns and mall Drums and to or. Wall was presented an accordion. A delicious four course dinner was served. Covers were Laid for or. Wall Thomas Turner or. Hayes Don Mcrae Garland Alderman Wade Marsh and Kenneth Price. A a y. W. A. News for the week tonight the Florence Nightingale club will meet at the Hall in Mechanicsville at 7 30 the Worth while club will meet tonight at the y. W. A. At 7 30 tuesday night at 7 30 the lend a hand club will meet at the Hitti land Community Hall. Swimming at the y. W. A. For All y. W. A. Members. The All sports club will meet at the y. M. A. At 7 30 thursday evening at the y. W. A. The Sunshine club will meet. The Oca Wasin club will have a supper meeting at 6 at the y. The Board of directors of the y w. A. Will meet at 7 30 thursday evening. Friday evening at 7 30, the win one club will meet. All the Industrial clubs will have the same program beginning with a business session a Bible Slimy i lesson and a new year s program. About people or. And mrs. J. A Wood and family have returned to their Home on Mon lieu Avenue after a visit to relatives in Knoxville Tenn. A miss Edith Hayworth of Washington who has been spending the holidays in this City with her parents or. And mrs. J. J. Hayworth has returned to her Home. A a a or. And mrs. Joseph Snider and mrs. Everett Corbett left this morn ing for a trip to Florida and Cuba. In a Icharles Mcanally who has been visiting his brother James Mcanally who is a student at the University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia for the past week has returned to his Home Here. In Charles Simmons of Washington d. C., is spending a few Days with his Sisters mrs. J. E. Pendergrass and mrs. Geo. M. Allison of this City. Or. Simmons is connected with the Southeastern express co. A a friends of j. P. Boswell who is a patient at the High Point Hosp where it came from. Tai will be glad to learn that he 1 since the original Story appear is reported As being slightly in j cd there have been other articles in citing experience. He a bad knows nothing about any such sex some reason to think that this write up was done with malice but he hag not been Able to find out proved. A a a a miss Jessie Boswell has not been Able to return to her teaching As yet because of an operation last week for the removal of her tonsils. The state papers about it. Pirates pleased with the Outlook football gets Sandwich of five Foo Hengtg Reward for making touchdown the worlds largest and Best Sandwich a is deadly Poison. What Steps would you take it it should escape student Jolly Long ones sir John Homey of Rall go arrived today. Or. Homey will be an attendant in the Wall Bowne wed o�?Tcniock.t0m0rr�w a veins at 6 possible that two Reserve men May break into old lineup Spokane wash., Jan. 4.�? aug members of the football teams of two Spokane High schools were promised that the first to make a touchdown in the annual game Between the institutions would be rewarded with the a a world a largest the rooters made Good by presenting the fortunate player Fred Hunter fullback on the Lewis and Clark team a Sandwich five and a half feet in diameter. It cd tined 150 pounds of hamburger a gallon and a half of oysters to dozen eggs and 25 pounds of butter the last used to Fry the meat and spread the Hunter divided it with other members of the student body assembled in a special convocation Frank Holbrook of san Francisco calif., has arrived and will be a guest at the Wall Bowne wed Ding tomorrow evening. Pittsburgh. Jan. 4 a a. F. Sams and son Fuller of a the Pittsburgh pirates of 1926, Winston Salem or. And mrs. Al a with minor touching up have full Fred Page. Of Washington d i j con Tidence that they again Cap. Cdr Ansboro were visitors Here yes to Are the National league and world to Munesa be presentation and to Ter Day the guests of relatives. J series pennants. This years outfit will be Vertu mrs. Thomas Turner returned this morning from a visit to Mari-8"1 intact unle8s Hal a a Etta a. Fielder and Paul Weaner Outfield a her expensive products of the san mrs. James Gro Orne Las return p Francisco club of Joe Pacific de from a visit to relatives in Alabama league show ability to break into celebrate the Victory or. And mrs. Roy Spearman were visitors to Winston Salem yesterday. A a or. And mrs. Joseph Weaver and family have returned from Weaverville where they spent the holidays. A a a a mrs. W. B. Mcewen left last night for saltire Whede Erin no night for Baltimore where she will spend several weks. Blair s suit will not have effect on his position continued from Page i in High Point and in the last week fell for booze is in the Central prison again and awaiting the action of the prison Board which can a Heater ability in 19. 6 the regular lineup. Rhyne starred As a shortstop on the coast hut will be Given a trial at second base where Eddie Moore held Forth for a great part of last season. Waner who has a .400 batting Mark is expected to be a Strong rival of Clyde Barnhardt for left Field. Kremer and Aldridge who shared the main pitching Burden of the world series Battles Are relied upon to be even better this year while Yde and Morrison will round out the list of Veteran mainstays. Oldham who pitched the final inning of the last world series game effectively May get More work. Sheehan and Culloton also will be Avail Able along with the Veteran babe Adams for Relief work. The pirates Are Well fortified behind the hat with Earl Smith Johnny Gooch and Spencer. Wright at Short and Traynor at third Are expected to display even the club is Given 150 prize company for which he is agent congratulates him on his Success restore him or make him serve longer. Hedgecock is not believed by the prison authorities to have been a dealer in liquor. He wa3 found with 12 pints two weeks ago but after investigation the Caledonia prison authorities do not believe that this act of transportation or Possession was the work of a dealer. Prison chaplain w. S. Shack Lette does not believe that the prisoner has been Selling the booze. The minister poured the stuff out and saw it destroyed. Friends of or. George h. Crowell will be glad to learn that he has just won a fifty Dollar Prie offered by his company the new York life insurance company for the new agent of the Charlotte Branch Isio exceeded his allowed amount of insurance by the largest margin. Or. Crowell has been getting the business and he states he has been working. The Long distance which came in this morning was from w. B. Phillips Agency organizer Charlotte Branch of the new York life and reads a congratulations or. Crowell you have won the fifty Dollar prize which was offered to the new agents with the Charlotte has two candidate for first base in Branch you being the agent who George Grantham a comparative j exceeded the allotment by the Large of Ulster and Stuffy Mclnnis the j amount in the last four months of Veteran whose steadying influence was widely credited with starting the pirates towards their world series Victory. Grantham probably will he groomed to do most of the work because of his Speed and hitting Power with Mclnnis available for left handed Pinch hitting emergencies. In the Outfield kill Cuyler in right and Max Carey in Center Are fixtures. 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. Mann drug co. 2164�?phone�?2106 drugs with a reputation at the regular january meeting i b i of Fri of the prison Board the Hedgecock Berlin in Aas a a it if Quot Case will he presented to the men incl Triin t to capable who Are responsible for the prison j out and Job Rawlings for and it is understood that they will insipid a he asked to restore Hedgecock to i citizenship and allow him to work cd a j a Back to the High position which he i big open did crime held when he was found with a state owned automobile Laden with liquor. Answer to the complaint of Rev. A. L. Ormond in Quot which he asks $150,000 damages of w. B. Cole Rockingham manufacturer who slew Bill Ormond August 15 last is expected tuesday of this week. Or. Cole has been in Raleigh conferring with his attorneys. The Case is started in Wake where Rev. Or. Ormond took the oath a administrator of his dead songs estate. But it is understood that the lawyers for or. Cole will ask removal of the Case and that they will seek to have the suit tried in his Home county. 1925, having joined our family of agents september i. A the Branch office As Well As the Home office is proud of you and your Victory and glad to see that you Are headed for a million of business in 1926. We realize that if you make up your mind to get it you will do it. Our Faith our Hopes our hearts our encouragement Are All with Hurricane leaves Samoa wrecked but no life lost Bonnie Betty Beauty shop Over Woolworth marvelling facial., shampooing Scalp treatments manicuring. Hair dicing and cutting. Nestle la Oil permanent waving expert operators phone 2093 at Broadway today a the splendid crime a which opened today at the Broadway proves two things. It proves that Bebe Daniels can handle comedy and pathos with equal facility and that William de Mille is As skillful with a pen As he is with a megaphone. The plot framework of this photoplay is the reformation of a girl Crook and her Romance with a society millionaire but the auth or director has Given this Basic theme an original twist filled it with comedy ingredients added some dramatic trimmings a sur the removal would be for Obi prise Climax and a delightful and Ous reasons Rockingham and Jug ant the result is a picture bub Richmond county being the Home of t bling Over with wholesome fun the manufacturer who was tried j amusing situations and fast a and acquitted in the famous Legal tion. Battle three months ago. The pub j a a the female and Junior Mem licit in this part of the state has been rather unfriendly to the defendant. The original summons found the defendant in Arkansas and his Ber of a Trio of Crooks Bebe has a role that offer full Scop for her comedy gifts and also permits her to display her versatility a a dramatic actress. Hei performance 12 pair of misses Hose silk and Wool a to close out 2 pair tor $1 Moffitt s 211 no. Main St. Announcement or. H. E. Schafer of Inston Salem n. Chiropodists foot specialist Chi be in High Point on tues ays of each week. Leave appointments at lied Bell shot store phone 2151 or \. Winston Salem me 478 property a attached. A motion rings True at ail times because there to dissolve those attachments will is an Ajr of unaffected naturalness of course he made at the proper boil tit an undercurrent of sin time. I Carity and plausibility that holds prison chaplain w. S. Shacklette the interest from the opening Leash is going to summon newspaper men j in to the final fade out. Who have written up his recent a Asheville experience to court in r of a ashes Iii where they May give i terror in advertisement testimony in rhe liquor Case of which he knows nothing but with which his name has been played up. Or. Shacklette read in a state paper recently that on a trip to of theater program through a typographical error it was announced in sunday s Adver Cheville his last one of the old i tis ement. For the american theatre year the Bell hoi who took his car a Bat both Jackie Coogan in a a old clothes and Vilma Banky in a the dark Angels would be shown on thursday Friday and saturday of at 2 of clock in the morning to Deposit it in a garage got caught in a liquor raid and rammed the minister s s Dan into a garage. The minister read so Many de Pago Pago Samoa Jan. 4 Cap a the Hurricane which struck american Samoa Friday is Over leaving destruction and wreckage. The thatched houses of the prosperous samoan villages Are strewn everywhere Ani Many villages were wiped out but without loss of life. Numerous landslides Are blocking roads and cutting Power lines. It is impossible at present to reach outlying villages on Tutuila Island. Mountain trails also were orbiter ated. Native food plantations Are ruined. American Samoa is facing a greater food famine than in the Hurricane of 1915. The present food Supply on the islands it is estimated will last two weeks. The Island government is taking Steps to insure a food Supply. Chicago Grain Chicago. Jan. 4 apr with Liverpool quotations showing an unexpected Advance the wheat Market Here took an Early swing upward today. A Liberal decrease in the amount of wheat on Ocean passage attracted notice and so too did reports of unwelcome further Rains in Argentina As Well As serious floods in Western Europe. The buying in Chicago was of a general character. Opening prices 2 1-4 @ 3 3-4 higher were followed by something of a setback and then by fresh upturns. Corn and Oats were firmer some sympathizing with wheat strength despite Large receipts of Corn Here 1,148 cars. After opening 1-2 to i 1-8 up Corn Market recoded somewhat. Oats started unchanged to 3-8c higher and then scored a moderate Advance All around. In line with hog values the provision Market was easy. This week. The management of the theatre tails in this episode which were wishes to Correct this error by a foreign to anything that he had bouncing that old clothes will Over heard that he decided to sum be shown on monday tuesday and Mon the scribes but when he was wednesday and a the dark Angels Here today he he said he had not will be shown on the last three Days done so. The facts Are few of the week. Long Steps chemistry teacher cold weather drinks Don t go h be for lunch while the weather is cold. Let us serve you with our delicious hot drinks and Dainty sandwiches Cecily ass opposite Wachovia Bank. Phone 860 yet he v k Bis car to the hotel and he Bell boy did drive it to the i a rag. Slippery streets did cause it to awing into a garage and do Dight damage to his own car. Police did say that they had chased a car looking for liquor and the Shell boy did land in trouble. But or. Shacklette knows nothing about any illegal use by the hell boy of his Sedan and tile sensational episode heralded evidently far and wide astonishes him. The Story which the Anonymous new Orleans Cotton new Orleans Jan. 4 map a the Cotton Market opened with a firm tone after the triple holidays. Liverpool was better than due and first trades Here showed gains of 19 to 28 Points. Prices eased off slightly after the Call to 19.92 for january and 19.40 for March or 8 to to Points Down from the opening. But soon rallied again on evidences of Trade buying january advancing to 20.03. March to 19.51 Aud May to 19.13, or 29 to 30 writers put out said that the negro Points above tile previous close. No i took the car near the South Caro other reason was assigned for the Liua line that a cargo coming Over form Start except the better cables got in distress and was a Brown into and unfavourable weather in the the chaplain s car. Or. Shacklett Ebelt Coal Coal Coal Coal that Good Blake Coal order now City fuel co. Chas. F. Blake prop. Phone 335 your warmest Friend tip Attr a a hex ref Czerp Troob a a a smart place for smart people. Stephen c. Clark Developer. At a Coats Coats All Coats now at v2 Price you have january february and March the wildest months of the year before you. It will be a Good investment to buy now for next Winter. Remember they Are Only half Price. Bea vans the ladies store Broadhurst tonight at 7 and 9 a matinee every Day at 3 Fisveen sinners will be shown today and tomorrow Only. Also a splendid comedy and Fox news. This wednesday and thursday presenting Burr Nickle himself in his marvelous 5t0wy and Cinema Natyua Tepic others of the is Friday and saturday grand double Bill Charlie Chaplin a a dogs life and a the people is. Nancy Preston admission afternoon to and 25v night 15c and 35c chiropractic Kow paint miss Ever since the discovery of chiropractic countless thousands have been daily regaining their health through it while countless other thousands have wanted to seek its Aid but have been afraid because of having heard that adjustments Are severe and painful. It is frankly admitted that until the recent de f a elopement of the new painless system 1 there has been much truth in the old claim. Like All other sciences and inventions chiropractic was once crude. But like All others with Merit it has made marvelous strides toward perfection. This painless system places chiropractic of today As far in Advance of the chiropractic of a few years ago As the automobile is in Advance of the of cart or As the radio is in Advance of the messenger boy. The crude and painful methods of yesterday have Given Way to the improved and painless methods of today. Just As years of research and Effort have brought about wonderful developments along other scientific lines they have brought perfection to the science of chiropractic. After years of diligent research or. Leo l. Spears a nationally known chiropractor of Denver Colorado has just perfected a system of adjusting which is not Only painless but also gives far greater results than the old system. It is known As the Spears painless system of chiropractic this system Means As much to chiropractic As Ether does to surgery and Marks an important step in the Progress of this wonderful science. I am glad to announce that i am now using with great Success. Therefore you need no longer he afraid. If you want chiropractic adjustments which will Correct the cause of your ailments without pain or unpleasantness Call at the offices of a a Lucy Eshelman chiropractor 308 1-2 North main St. Over Princess cafe phone 2740 for appointment Enterprise wants Are Well Rem

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