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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 10, 1926, High Point, North Carolina Page 2high Point Enterprise sunday. January to 1926 he was the biggest Turtle u us i president and Secretary of the state merely ans association Are invited rapid pare of the Charleston dance i barred As being i desirable the merchants asset la Ion of High Point will give an organization and get together Banque at the Sheraton hotel next thursday. Night at 7 o clock Richard , i Secretary of the association on. Bounced yesterday bit Siosi have been sent to a. N. Dickson. Of Winston Sajem and j. Paul Leonard of Statesville pit hit it and Secretary of the state ass of a tion. Or. Leonard has already accepted Tho invitation hut or. Dickson declared in a Telegram yet Torday that because of pressing business engagements he was us certain whether he would be Able to attend j but would be present if lie possibly could. Several visitors from Oiler j chapters of the association in nearby cities will also be invited or. Reitzel stated. Every merchant of High Point whether he is a member of the merchants association or not. Will i be invited to attend the organization plans and a feeling of Fellowship and tion will be sponsored at Quet As will a discussion Gram for the coming year Perlins. Jan. 9 apr German con serv a to yes. Notably supporter of the Monarchi Stic regime Are attacking the modern dances. The Campaign introducing ballroom Steps was started by the for Nee loser Iii Ipi 3. Lie issued an order forbidding Bis officers to dance the tango in Public but the Campaign fizzled out because it became known that even the former Crown Prince and his set ignored tile order. Now men like Siegfried Wagner whose second Hobby is policies of the Ludt Dort of Hitler variety have pounded on the Charleston. The banquet. Stronger cooperage ban of a pro italian earthquake. Siena. Italy Jan. S. Apr a score of persons suffered minor injuries and several Hundred houses were damaged by a Strong earthquake Shock lasting twelve seconds which rocked the Countryside today. The entire population fled into the open. Royalist set in Bavaria Lins barred the dance from its social functions and permits nothing hut Waltzes polkas and similar dignified dances. The official Gravedigger at Heinach near Bonn. Failed to impress the court with his defense when hailed into court to answer the charge of Price juggling. Ills fee for digging a grave in the Christian cemetery it was shown was 111 Marks whereas lie demanded is Marks for performing the same function in the jewish cemetery. His defense was that the soil in the latter was heavier and therefore the milking of a grave required More labor. This failed to impress tile local magistrate and lie was sentenced to spend two weeks in jail and pay a Fine of 20 Marks. Ville a new Peabody museum displays this Skeleton of a i re historic Turtle the largest Turtle that Ever lived. A member of the museum staff is shown beside it. One of the turtles feet is gone. Tho evidence scientists say. Is that this foot was chewed off by a giant Lizard some time before the turtles death. From carpenters son and Prin orpheus entire week beginning tomorrow a fad and fancies j a comedy of laughs and giggles with red Walters Jack Pate tile Ace of blackface comedy sex Cen trie comedian Ruby Davis Gladys fancies songs and dances singing ingenue fad and fancies Smith Sisters nonsensical absurd irs a duo of dancing artists George Sohn Teddy Witzgall Lyric baritone dancing Demon terms Devil by Way of a term As a political prisoner to speaker of the German parliament is the Ca Ruer of Paul Boche president of j the Reich Stag whose 50th birth a Day recently was the occasion of j numerous testimonials of esteem including congratulations from. President von Hindenburg and Chancellor Luther. I Herr Loeher a printers apprent j tic ship was served in the clays when Young men were learning a Trade spent years travelling from City to City carrying their belongings in a Knapsack. As a Journeyman starting out from his Home in Breslau Herr Beebe visited Many German towns and footed it through Austria Hungary Switzerland and Italy becoming imbued with the spirit of internationalism which As a socialist lie still sponsors. From Printer to editor was but a Short step. His pen wielded in behalf of the masses against the junkers brought him into conflict with prussian bureaucracy. He was sentenced to a years im-1 prison ment in liiu5 for a inciting to class even today Busy As to is with Federal matters Herr Beebe con tines to look upon himself Pri-1 Marily As a newspaper Man Anc is j Happy when thrown into Contact with that Bohemian fraternity. He i is still editor of the Breslau Volks 1 wacht. Car Heel mgr a Only Bell is working Greensboro Anil will not return to Campus in b la gone the Carolina coaches will still have one of the strongest squads of distance runners in the country to work with for every in Ember of this years state championship Cross country team is Back a cd fighting for a place on the regular team. Elliott Pritchett Daniels Henderson and Berrier from the harriers Agar gation Goodwin and Lambeth two Millers from the 1925 track squad and Harry Thanh Star Miler on the 1 9 24 team will comprise the distance squad this year. All have shown great stuff in Competition and should show their heeds to the Best runners in the South this year. In Tho Middle distances the tar Hecla will have the same group that carried the Blue and White to the top of the Heap last Spring. Captain Charlie Jonas Parker Rhinehart Henley will handle the half mile for the Carolina outfit while Edwards Watt and Hackney will be Back for the Quarter. Edwards ran the Quarter close to fifty Flat last season and should go below the fifty Mark this year. Middle distance men from the freshman team who will be out for varsity berths Are Evans and Tilley half milers und Wilkins Quarter Miler. Mcpherson sprinter. Giersh Anc Huggins hurdles for Liam in the weight events Ambrose High jumper and Broad jumper Barber javelin thrower and Corbett pole vaulter Are the other letter men who will lie Back in track togs this Spring and out for their old assignments Jenkins and Williams will also be out for places in the weight events. Both of these men starred in these events inst season though they did not make letters. From Tho last years tar baby team tie Carolina coaches will get Newcomb Parker and Morehead. Johnson who threw the javelin for the freshmen is also working out in his old event. Local orchestra Shell in shocked girl to her Kotlier i think Jack is going to Surprise me tonight he a going to ask me to be his w . Will appear litre Tsi Glits introducing enter taming programs two executed Little Rock Ari . 8.�? j map a the state of Arkansas cd three i acted the toll of two lives tor murder at Daybreak this morning when Tyr a Clark Sulphur Springs Bank robber and Slayer of l. M. Stout banker and Aaron Harris negro Slayer of Deputy sheriff Scott Streeter of Ashely county were executed in the electric chair. How do they do it a she has such an interesting face. She looks like a woman who has lived and a i fancy she has. For years she managed to squeeze a number four foot into a number two Jester the Southern Harmony boys already an orchestra of Merit and developing rapidly will play at the american theater t line nights thursday Friday and saturday of this week. They will put on a Short program Between the first and second shows. Their program will consist of special jazz numb is with several Solo numbers and an exhibition of the Charleston. Two or three vocal Solo will be included. This popular orchestra is composed o local Young men entirely and their recent appearances Here have gained for them an enviable reputation for so Young an organization. A recent addition to the group is Russell Hummel in business Here hut formerly of Iowa where he played in a first class orchestra. He has had considerable experience which makes him Alp asset to the local group. He plays j a saxophone and doubles on the clarinet. Other members of Tho orchestra to appear three evenings this week Are Konath Abels director sax and violin Wilfred Sechrest Tenor Banjo Elliot Wood sax James Asbury trumpet. Robert Gold Drums and Fielding Kearns piano. Science is brutal a Maud went to an astrologer to find out when would be the bes time to get a a what did he Tell her a a the took one look at her and told Lier to grab the first a tit bits. Elrees so new series Piedmont building amp loan association january 15 the a new series of Stock will be issued on january 15th, 1926. Subscription books Are now open at Wachovia Bank amp Trust company and shares Are being taken daily. The Best argument for building amp loan is the opinion and experience of those who carry shares. Ask them. Pay for the Home by easy payments or save Money and not miss it. W. C. Idol Sec. Amp Tress. Opening Bill a ooh Henry a comedy laugh fest of fun and music Complete change of program monday wednesday Friday and saturday the state opera at Berlin has become a storm Center of musical discussion through its production of the opera a a Wozzeck a by Alban Berg which Breaks All records for dissonance and cacophony. The composer is acclaimed by critics in terms varying from a a musical mount Bank to a inspired not Content with having the orchestra attack the ears with noises so inharmonious that some listeners aver they suffer physical pain the composer prescribes that the tin pan piano used in one of the scenes must be out of tune and that the singers must sing o. Key. Chapel Hill Jan. 9.�?the tar Heel track squad under the i direction of coaches Bob Fetzerjr and Dale Ranson will get Down to i hard training immediately in preparation for one of the hardest Acac in Ever faced by a Carolina finder path team. Some of the strongest tract teams in the South i urn conference will meet this Spring i with the annual conference championship meet Here Friday and saturday May 14 and la Topping Oft the schedule. Tar Heel track Stock dropped i when it was Learned this week that Andy Bell sensational Miler from the 1925 team would not return to j College for the coming season. Bell 1 is working in Greensboro and has definitely announced his intention of quitting the running game. The j Greensboro boy piled up one of the greatest records Ever amassed by a Sou hem runner last Spring winning first place in every race. He i ran during the intercollegiate season except one with that defeat coining in the Southern meet it a 1 Sewanee. Imi is Rig loss although his loss will be Felt by the a Jar heels the Prospect for the 192g team Are As Good or better than they were last Spring and coach Fetzer hop s to Dave. A team that will win the condemn title in the big meet Here. Wit i. American theatre three Days monday a tuesday wednesday Corinne Griffith in three Days thursday a Friday a saturday Dorothy Mackaill amp in Jack Mulhall i an american acacia tree sent As a gift to King Frederick the first i 225 years ago is still standing in the grounds of the ancient Holien Zoi Lern Castle Britz now the prop i arty of the City of Berlin. The tree came As a tiny slip in 1 a Flower pot from a German Colo Hist in Pennsylvania. It is said to have been the first acacia in Ger Many. The King eager to see what the tree would look like when grown ordered it planted in a spot where he could watch it from the window of his study in the Castle. Municipal custodians Are guarding the tree As jealously As did the first ruler of the House of Hohenzollern and have had it braced with Iron props. Castle Britz was built in 1375 by the Noble family of la Ritzke. Frederick bought it in Igo. Grimes Street organization had a interesting session Ami pro Grain much can be accomplished by the intelligent use of color in permanent construction Light and dark Tan face Brick from our kilns Laid in special Bonds will add much Beauty and dignity to otherwise mediocre buildings. Cunningham Brick company offers the builder a wider variety of materials in Quality that is dependable. Samples on display at Snow lumber co. E. R. Lyon representative the regular monthly mooting it the Parent team Hera association of the Grimes Street school met january 7 with a Good attendance. Mrs. M. T. Hick.-, pre ident Call of the meeting to order and Rev. W. A Davis Road the Iii Nosy ii i psalm Aud then i d in prayer. Miso Blair Spencer of Tho Lim Street school Sang in an impressive manner i he did refrain a a by Kreisler. Hollowing this was an address by or. F. Ii. Tailor. His a. Lull of helpful instruction Foi parents and teachers and was a i a j Strong Appeal to All who Fivi j children under their control. Several matters of business were j taken up after this and plan.-, were discussed for future activities. Mrs. L. It. Peacock s sixth Grade i won the attendance prize. Storm warning. J washing Ion Jan. 9.-- a j the Westlu r Bureau today i and the following storm warning a advisory Northeast storm warning ordered 9 30 a. In., North of Boston to East port. Hist Urbana. I Over Northern not w Jersey win i move northward i ii increasing intensity and cause Strong Northeast and East win i it and Alc wit a Snow Tim pattern it Ltd and tonic it. 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