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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 10, 1926, High Point, North Carolina High Point enter reprise sunday. January to. 1026 Page popularity jazz music is Brief in High Point old songs liked while music lovers May deplore the Oft repeated declaration that the old time bongs of yesteryear Are being replaced by silly creations of jazz mad composers it May interest them to know that a Turkey in the Straw a is keeping step in popularity with a if you can to see mama every night you can to see mama at a from necessity i have paid pretty close attention to the sales of Tho different classes of Sheet music and phonograph records and i will say that we sell far More records of old time rollicking barn dance song3 of the Type of a wreck of the old Southern 97�?T and a Little Liza j Ane than we do modern jazz records or opera creations a a declared Paul Stamey of the w. L. Stamey company. Or. Stamey be expected under the circumstances. There have been such wild and Prevar Cating statements As to the Cost of the making of pictures a few millions More or less not be ing thought worthy of consideration that or. Fairbanks has refrained from disclosing any figures As to the thief of were they known however the Cost of this picture would seem beyond be or departed friends or poignant memories made sweeter by the passing years. Sometimes the bygone Days of youth or the old the tender associations Are j Lief with a a the thief of Bagdad fondly lingered Over. Take a Omassa s i or indeed with any picture it is in the cold cold this not a question Eulogy by a slave of a beloved Mas Ter is a deft bit of brooding melancholy. The dominant mood of a my old Kentucky Home is sad resignation to hard times. Negro Folk lore songs Are always popular especially in the South. There is a sad wistfulness and tender sentiment in that Rich old Irish Melody a Mother much the same notes Are sounded in the love songs notably a Annie Laurie a a Nellie Gray and a in the no wonder their Appeal is widespread. Every one has tender memories. Most persons Cecil dead aft. Be need of country a Short ill he of subject of Sykes mks january shoe Sale added that there was practically no Haye at least one Hend whose of Aetna and for opera compositions such As a a rigoletto and the a sextet from a while High Point is a hustling Little City this Clas 3 of music is most too a ritzy for it and even in larger cities there is very Little demand for opera so while Quot yes sir that a my baby a May defuse the Midnight air with Harmony from thousands of phonograph records while the flappers and Tea hounds do a the Charleston a there la be just As Many listening to and humming an accompaniment to one or another of the old a Voltis. And the manufacturers of Sheet music and phonograph records will still be producing a Sally Anne a a Dogwood Mountain a hard hearted of savant fact ions through separation or neglect have become of things past. No doubt this is Why a the last Rose of summer is so popular for the dying Rose is symbolic of just such Friendship. Judging human nature from such songs it would seem that melancholy actually is enjoyed. Moreover there Are times when even the most Blase or sophisticated Are glad enough to sing Praise of life a Basic Joys love Home and Friend ship. Take the youngsters of either sex when gathered together at Camp or some other from Home. Dot it a Jazzy son Quot a question however How much it Cost but what intelligence was put in it what has been achieved flaunting the Cost of a picture is very often a Mere ruse to cover up an absence of imagination in the making of it. The Cost alter All is nothing the heart and soul that went into the picture is everything. A the thief of Bagdad has a heart and a soul therein lies its greatness. The More important members of the cast Are Julanne Johnston formerly a member of the famous Morgan dancers who impersonates the Princess so Jin Katayama imported from Japan where he has been the leading shakespearean actor who impersonates the mongol Prince. Anna May Wong a charming Little chinese flapper is seen in the part of the slave. Snitz Edwards is the thief a evil associate Brandon Hurst is the Caliph. Iai a Vatty it Well known citizen of Hill Section succumbed saturday at noon Ron. Arville c. Cecil Well known fines highly respected citizen of the cud Hill Section died at his to shortly before noon saturday popu lowing an illness of three Mont a i us deceased was born in Davids Carolina county in september. 1865, tis Sherd was therefore 60 years of age. None a i Cecil had spent his entire life the Section which he died. He q jul of twice married first to miss me 13, 14 Hedgecock who died in 1906. Ecu sorial lowing her death or. Cecil in ried miss Vivian Dicks of dlr Sims Dolph county. When quite a Yor it of Tho Man or. Cecil joined the is in Grove. P. Church and had a mutation an Active member since that to oration in addition to the widow of school children survive two sons Harve ,0 n a. Cecil of this City and flan Nga r. Cecil of the Oak Hill dec tier four two daughters mrs. G. C. Pad r of Davidson a and by Helen a. Me place i v i a car yid. L. Many you friends services this morn have special music order worship Given int Point. T Tove a. Survives a Asville / a h the Mye it Quot i 31 a met 9. Trey nos us a 1 a 4d-v� is it a a fun to a vow amp a Cvete in 91 to a a to amp a nesse9 0a a he Cal a it i i o is he or san me key be radio1 graph stain the a tuners 1 Johni Tenor new i people a that the of Buvitt show that manuf act double thee ago. Upon wac my Power Pend it 1 Edge never i Harding w a a the end of most of us for humming one favourites that examining songs one finds \ Are of the sad so \ ally the sadness a a i Sise i ova vittles Jive Lyv spot Tea 0,j th0 tax a Tont vet mkt a at. The ral-3uper Luna Sun hot h of lectures sunday Fly been e plans rents of the Rev. Tom Sykes will speak this morning on the subject a the destiny that makes us by there.,&Quot in Tho r Gular morning service of us it Central friends Church. The order of worship follows morning worship at la of clock. Organ prelude a a be cleric in. Hymn no. Uis a to thou from whom All goodnews scripture Reading and prayer period. Ilvin no. 410 a mine eyes and my children a Story period. Hymn no. 4 09 a glow firm a offertory Quartetti a love not. The world a Harker. Miss b. Crouch a. Mendenhall Norman fid we Ude Nhail. Message a the destiny that Mal 5 us Organ postlude a Festal March Aru evening worship at 7 50. Organ prelude a a eventide a ii . Hymn no. Ito a now to the lord who makes u3 scripture la ruling. Hymn no. 4so a from every. Blo. A prayer period. Solo a by the Waters of baby Long a Howell. Norman tidier. I Sago a what our country needs most of hymn no. Ii Quot Sweet Saviour Blea us Ere we Benediction. Organ a a postlude a Battman busiest in years e High s a ablation Teeth is to i \ Iak a Twu a of �23� Bat Etc i r turf 81 be 8 Tea cd eight 90 it ions at 118 of Rva $275 loft so $250 Al $200. A w Tot Sun a a cd Etc Dott v co., 54e \ Vleck \ tionsata75.0� subject announced for morning services one of depth and interest a Honor or Dis Honor a is the subject announced for the Sermon of the Rev. George r. Brown pastor of the first methodist protestant Church at the morning service today. The order of worship is an bounced As follows Organ prelude a Lento a Dot. Hymn no. 81. Prayer. Scripture lesson t old the Waters of Balu Vij a Howell. A or. Dan Smith. N. Kyj Orin rrb 0r Fer tory a a Consolation f0 Jiuu Edd Monde a Othet get. Younon by the pastor Honor a a a in Theus 0\w�?~ u hem. The lord is Twat Ieth a Rogers. \ Joo carded Dave to Roto or Eifrate w Quot postlude a grand March a d�autw>al3 i in Fri Otto _ Aad Mitt a Cgue nov a itch Hwte tools Glass about a tote ales Etas o Dav we Oxil cts Etc Ning 7 30 of clock cts not Tan a vied prelude a andante frat Vamp Saa Tav crust -. Of 1nvu taif. Iaun a via soft Ive by a Vav f Veek 25 5. Each to nx9 so no a a Eye Vaa a a red prelude a teach d a a Lvi to i. To. 30 5. You this Alc opened with a in quoth of eager customers a but such great assortment As Are included f a this event cannot be exhausted in so Short a time. There g it till a splendid Opportunity to choose Good shoes at Small prices because the Sale is continuing with hundreds of pairs smartly styled hundreds of pairs of claimable shoes. All of Fine Quality. All in Good styles. All priced far below the regular prices of itch Good footwear. Women men Hest this january Sale for yourself the Low pricing the splendid styles and the Fine qualities of tile shoes will prove a very pleasant Surprise. I. Miller shoes $14 and $12.75 Quot Oma $9,85 a1i$u go or humps. T50#0ej ah$10 opt or pumps. 3w .03 a $9.00 or or pumps. special lot of Sao dumps january Sale pal up Price. Arch preserver and matrix shoes reduced in Sale children a shoes sharply Cut in Price a. ,.m i Seldom Are shoes so Superior if every detail of workmanship so excellent in Quality at Price so far below usual. Nettleton s shoes and oxfords re. $12.85 it $11.85 ti5� $10.85 $ 10.00 it a a for. To i 00 three special lots at $5.00 $5.85 and $6.85 All hosiery i j reduced in line with other items Quality a Hoe Tore expert shoe fitters a fit for every foot Wallace Freeman manager it a cd a we a a �?�5s5 ncce5ichei up Asl inv give t a Quot Quot in you a evening prayer a in a xxx Quot Aasc be King of love my to to a w Shelley. He pastor. See 11 1 _ us her a a w�6 Vaty a a a adv Van to it Ude a postlude a to it a a we a a vat keeping Pace with econ time in the sense of Fine clothes to Wear. Even f the sea a a does no to say so the spirit does. If Yon have the inclination to dress smartly and in Advance of the established Vogue we have the new styles to show you. The new materials Are a smart tweeds Basket weaves chevrons sols Leil the shades Are the newest prices Range $19.50 to $39.50 moff itts 217 North main Street. Ory a a in Ann. Duet a the voice Lionar. A slumber song a Rock of Ages a Solly. Irs. W. D. Lancy and Frank Ogham Sermon. Hymn 137 a thou Art the Way to thee Alonsa a a Doane. Benediction. Postlude a a processional a Grimm. Annual stockholders meeting the annual meeting of the stockholders of the commercial National Bank will be held in the directors room of the Hank on tuesday january 12. 1926, at to of clock a. M., for the election of directors and the transaction of 3uch other business As May come before the meeting. C. H. Marriner. Cashier. December 12, 1925. A Lusial churches payer meeting wednesday night. B. Y. P. U., 6 15 p. In. Pit at 7 30. Or meeting wednesday night 7 p. In. Public invited to All service salvation Aimy Mangum Avenir Ann russe Street a the nit and i Haggard evangelistic club we South main Street methodist is. J. V ipe Azeale officers in i conduct a prayer meeting Rev. Vav. B. Davis pastor. Sunday a bulge. s nod at 9 15 a. Barie Gurley s residence on cel school at 9 30 a. In. J. W. Cliuard j in. Llo iut Mot ing at la a. In. Is Coy of a a a a. In. And 7 30 p. In. Senior up Job u air meeting Coiner of main cited to attend. Worth league at 0 30 p. In inter an.1 Lirou is meets at i so p. In. A _ v. In. L. at j.3u it. In. Moravian sunday Sci mediate Epworth Logue at g 30 p. In. Pray my Ting at 7 30. Wesley memorial methodist or. E. K. Mclarty pastor. Sunday salvation Nee gut 7 in p. In. First Baptist or. Lloyd t. Wilson. A. Sunday school at 9.30 in. Classes for adages. A. E. J class will meet sunday Ute Roc at 2 of clock in the Broadbell building. Annual business meeting i the afternoon no service this evening for Good Coal phone 354 Siceloff in amp Coal co. In addition to the sunday school service at 9 30 the re will be two special services at the first Baptist Church today. The first will be the communion service at la a. Rn., when the pastor is especially anxious to have All the new members who have recently been baptised into the Church present to receive their first communion. The see jul special service will be held at 2 30 in the att Moon when the Church will inaugurate something new in the Way of an annual busine.-3 meeting and hear reports from All the various departments of Tho Church As to the work done during the year 1925. One special feature of this service will lie the Annua letter of the pastor with r commendations tor the new year. All the members of the Church Are urged to attend this meeting. On account of the afternoon meeting the re will be no evening service. School at 9 30 a. Rn., b. C. Bar rate superintend no Ivor slip and i a Yurian churchmen. Superintendent. Preaching at Demon at la a. In. And 7 30 p. In Jav i 1 v q s a p i i la a. In. And it 30 p. Id. Epworth Flor and intermediate b. V. P. R t at j of v o league 6 30. Prayer service sunday at 6 30 n in senior superintendent. Up wednesday evening at 7 30. / y fridays at 7 �?�0 n in Worsnup at 11 a and 7 30 p a a a ,5ay? p a i Christian Endeavor services prayer meeting weds Days at 7 30 p. In. Bikes. Welch memorial methodist pro p. Public invited to All ser-f�?~4�?T> my Lilia Beek Pra it or Testant Corner Mangum Avenue and Lake streets Rev. T. E. Pierce pastor. Sunday school at 9 30, c a Nee and Bude study wed it Lay at 7 30 p. In. It. Ward superintendent. Preaching at la a. In. And 7 p. In. Prayer Emmanuel lutheran. F. L. A on first Christia disciples Rad Jan. Worship at la a. In. A Bible school in Junior order Hind i to p. In. Sunday so aced it Harris building on East Washin meeting every wednesday night at in 45 a. Luther league at 6 15 7 30. A Hristian Endeavor sunday met at 6 p. In. Cent i Christian disciples ail re Ain masonic Temple. North tin Street. Bible school at 9.-15 in. Morning wors hip at i i a. Evening services at 7 30 Paul arthurd. Minister. East end methodist Rev. E. J. Harbison pastor. Sunday school at 9 45, a. Ii. Holton Sui Rind Ndon preaching at la a. In. And 7 30 p. In. Prayer meeting very wednesday night at 7 30. T a Street at 9 45 of clock. Col reunion s vice at 10 45. Preach ii by Tho pastor at la a. On thi a my Aud fourth sundays in each month. Sapiens these ruins Are 2, years old. Sapis Simus a go wan. It s Only 1926 now. A Rutgers Chemick in. Southside Baptist Corner Highland Avenue and Stanton Street. Rev. W. P. Page past r. Worship at la a. In. And 7 3d p. In. Bible school at 9 4 a. In. Senior and intermediate in y p. Each sunday at gig p in. Prayer service wednes y evening it 7.�?T0 p. In. Mechanicsville Baptist in. J. Hilliard pastor. Sunday g Hool each sunday morning at 9 ?5 fiasco Clinard. Superintendent preaching at la n in. And it p. In the second and fourth sundays first methodist protestant n. Main san or. G. R e r. I Rev a tor. school at j 15 a Ai. Pre Bing services at la a. A. My 7 30 p. In. The tin Biri it Vor at 7. 0 a p in. In a. 1 meet a cd Leaday at 7 us p. A. Will 9 be i Church South ii is Rev s. Rev. M.l-. Pastor. Sunday in. Edgar we Tenor. Services for Wor 1. And 7 p. In. Mid w dues Lay at 7 30 phone �?~229 2.t1 ii. Sycamore St. Greensboro veterinary Hospital or n. H Whitehill Veter Narian f formerly with the dog and cat Hospital. Washington d. C. Specialist Iii i Isea sos of the Dot service prayer meeting w de Shat 7 30. In y. P. Each night at 6 o clock. 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 so us a opposite Wachovia Bank. Phone 809 friends. Main Street i a. Sykes minister. Billie 9 45, Horace Haworth j ton int. Brotherhood in i 9 45. Servic a for w is ii 1 i in. And 7 30 p. In. I id a i or meet ing a. H wed Ltd at 7 45. Youngpo it i Endeavor each fruit j 7 3d Junior Chris i. Each saturday after no in 1 lock. Rig i 1 unday gun Church my washing Tom Norwood Bow ool at in Union s a Epa Opal College Rev. Ii r. Hole porn l a. A Ray Irist Bool and Ade a. Rn., Al i. C it. Morning poll a. In. Even ii ii at 7 30 p. 1 on holy Dana Lyon aaa s Pray in. Ii it a s at to or file in holiness. R o. I. Street Jap St the High Schogt a build uth main Street. Rev. Herman t. Stevens pastor. Sunday chord 9 a in. Preaching la we Are a cad to serve Vogt a at All times with the Best meat Quot groceries and k1 the Xii Arket a Easo name Rve von. Pc Lye a die affords in ices. Lbs Ruth pastor. Sui Day school j 9 30 a. In. G. O. . Super 2,. In. And 7 30 p in. Preaching Inird it. Preaching cell a. In. An the Street near passenger Sta i Ani 7 p. In. Each Sunu of. Church Lien on saturday nights at 7 3t p c. A. Lewis Soi South main is. Phone 2188

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