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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 10, 1926, High Point, North Carolina Page i High Point Enterprise sunday. January to. 1926 for this scoutmaster Porter to attend oily up Atlanta meeting anniversary sort week starts Early in february troop 12 of Oak Hill won the report Goins into state de months inspection of the Wharrie 1 it i Council with a total of 117 Points. I Parl men shows some interesting facts i wednesday night the scout exec i five presented to the troop the in-1 Section Flag which was accepted j by scoutmaster a. A Trotter. T to remarkable growth of High j troop 7 of St. Mary a episcopal Point during the past year is seen a a he Rich secured too Points thus taking second place. Points were i from the report a Cliv i award Fol them Lahout the month on t est it Star 111 i a la. The number present at the meeting i to Frt r t the i scout a uniform new scouts tor to Wade Phillips head of the state department of conservation i trained hike weekly report and an office recently created at Raleigh. The report shows that 869 building permits were issued last year for All types of structures from slight alterations on dwellings to Brick and Concrete factories. Tile estimated Cost for the erection of these structures was $2,745,615 news sent in on time troop and sing Good turns second class first class and Merit badge tests passed. Scoutmaster meet the scoutmaster will meet at the boy scout Headquarters monday night to discuss plans for the anniversary week which comes feb which exceeded last years building i Mary 8 and continues through the program by More than a million 13th. One of the special activities dollars the estimated Cost of of the anniversary week will be buildings erected during the year 1924 was $1,645,400. There were 690 permits issued during 1925 for dwellings garages for residences additions and alterations. That this City is rapidly becoming one of the leading Industrial centers of the state is evidenced by the fact that 25 per recruiting of leadership and special scout troop Booths will be erected in conspicuous locations saturday february 12. And the Booth depicting the Best phase of scouting will be Given an award. The scouts will especially concentrate in getting men to become scoutmaster and expert examiners and boys to mits were issued for erection of join the scouts. The program will factories during the past year. Of he submitted monday night for these new additions to the Indue a their approval. The Lexington and trial wealth of the City 22 were it Thomasville scoutmaster will meet constructed of Brick and three of next week for the same purpose Concrete. It is believed that this j Magazine helps City is on the top rank in the num q North Carolina teacher Ber of new enterprises erected Dur j Greasy assisted the scout movement which is published by the North Carolina education association has in North Carolina by publishing articles and pictures of scout activities. The Magazine goes into the hands of every school teacher and Public school educator in the state. Last year the editors requested from the executive of the a Wharrie Council several articles with Illus the Mare the merrier i pictures which were pub professor i take great plea 11 shed the same request has been sure in giving you eighty one in made of recent Date. Magazine and ing the past year according to population. Although High Point was Busy in building factories last year the building program was not to heavy in this respect. Permits Wero issued for 26 business houses schools and churches during the year 17 constructed of Wood and nine of Brick. Mathematics. Student make it a Hundred and enjoy yourself . A do you know anything about Golf a a sure. I can Dame Juggler. Newspaper cuts that were used by the North Carolina teacher were Lent to the local scout executive for publicity purposes thereby saving considerable expense to the local scout work. Put on play representative scouts from the troop in Lexington Are to give a play let titled a Clive the boy scouts credit a which will be presented before the Lexington rotary club tuesday week. S. W. Rabb member of the Lexington rotary club and a scout official is in charge of the program. The theme of the skit Leals with the transformation of a gang of unruly boys who become influenced by a Man in their neighbourhood who had previously never Given any consideration to boy life. He assumes charge of the gang and inculcates the principles of the scout oath which Are a physically Strong mentally awake morally straight a in the lives of this group by diverting their minds from destructive influences to Worth while projects. Arrangements have been made to have this play let presented before the rotary club of High Point during the Early part of february. Parts to be taken by local scouts. To regional meet Logan f. Porter scout commissioner of the Uwi Harrie Council plans to represent this organization at the sixth regional meeting at Atlanta january 28. The sixth scout Region constitutes North and South Carolina Florida and Georgia. The existence of this area has Only been effective four years and during this time has been under the direction of h. O. Hunter office at Macon a. Through the efforts of or. Hunter Council organization for scout work in North Carolina and the other three states \ has developed to the extent that there is Little territory not under the supervision of a scout executive. The finances for this regional Wrork have Heen derived from quotas allocated to the different councils and up to the present time these Southern states have Only contributed half of the regional budget the More populated regions More advanced in scout work have borne the Brunt of the scout Extension in the South. At the Atlanta meeting special Effort is to be made to make the Southern work set sustaining. Chief scout executive James e. West will be among those present. More Merit badges to the list of Merit badge subjects have been added four new requirements Public speaking textile meteorology and journalism. The Merit badge subjects Are written by experts in the different vocations and Are intended to stimulate a scout s interest in the life about him. And Are Given for general knowledge. The wearing of these badges does not signify that a scout is qualified to make his living by the knowledge gained in securing the award. There Are 7 6 of these badges covering a wide variety of interest such As ramping. First Aid signalling and stalking which Are Basic activities of scouting. Others such As carpentry craftsmanship first Aid to animals handicraft life saving and safety first encourage and prepare a scout to Render intelligent trained service in various ways. But the greatest value of Merit badges is their relation to the boys vocational Outlook. In preparing for Merit badge examinations a scout has a taste of various trades and professions to a certain degree he is Able to determine his fitness and his liking for each vocation. Scouts Robert Hubbard Houston Hiatt Fred Thomas and Sidney Tomlinson have recently qualified in the textile Merit badge at the Steh i silk Mills. J. A. Myatt starts practice Law local Young Man associated with Gold and York has enviable record Gate for his chapter. Or. Myatt. Served As the Secretary of the governor of Guam during the administration of the Hon. Josephus Daniels who was Secretary of the Navy of the United states. He gained quite a wide experience in this work which will no doubt be of value to him in his practice. To divorce wife she confessed to love of another but he was not persuaded to lose her j. A. Myatt son of or. And mrs. A. R. Myatt has associated himself with the Law firm of Gold and. York and from now on will practice Law in their offices. Or. Myatt is Well known Here and counts Many local people As his friends. They will be glad to learn that lie has definitely decided to locate in this City. He received his License to practice in North Carolina last August and he graduated from the University of North Carolina Law school As president of his Law class. He was at the University three years. On the Campus at the University he was prominent in Many activities and besides being the head of his class he was prominent As a member of his Law fraternity Phi Alpha Delta. He has just returned from Denver col., where he went to attend the National convention of his Law fraternity As the Dele say. Or. Husband suppose your wife approached you one evening while you were reclining comfortably in your easy chair blissfully Reading your newspaper an putting her lips close to your ear whispered dramatically a a i love another a you would probably Rise up to the chandelier easy chair and All. Then when you settled Down again you would Call up your favorite lawyer and excitedly inform him that you wanted a divorce something modest and inexpensive. You would do this if you were the average husband because you would say to yourself a a if my wife loves someone else it is Best for All concerned that she get her Liberty and marry the Man who has supplanted me in her but if you were not the average husband you would probably react in the same manner As does sir Arthur Little the hero of w. Somerset maugham s stage hit. A a Caesars wife a which under the title of a a infatuation a starring Corinne Griffith comes to the american theater monday tues and wednesday. In this picture the husband does not divorce his wife at All upon learning that she is in love w Ith another Man. On the contrary he informs her politely hut firmly that he Means to take no notice whatever of her extra marital affairs and that As far As he is concerned she is still As faithful to him As she was at the moment she took her nuptial vows. Frankly speaking he is too Busy with matters of great importance to be seriously troubled by what he chooses to think is a passing foible. Mckenzie Long to addressee gang evangelist will speak this afternoon at y. M. C. A. On subject of interest the gang at its meeting this afternoon will have the privilege of hearing Mckenzie Long of Statesville who is now conducting a revival in Greensboro. Or. Mckenzie will speak to the menus evangelical club at the y. M. C. A. This afternoon at 3 of clock. All members Are urged to be present and bring others with them. Or. Mckenzie is known to be an interesting speaker and he was one of the men so highly recommended by the Rev. George Stephens to address the local group. M. P. Welch Over Cecils drug store jeweler a optometrist your patronage appreciated Moore a motor express daily deliveries from highpoint to Greensboro Winston Salem Randleman Asheboro Reidsville Danville w e Call for and Deli or to your door office to Al Cretin St. Phone 2800 take town by storm Boston. Jan. 9�? add the Charleston took Boston society by storm this morning. Dancers at the zest of jazz music at one of the seasons most exclusive balls. A dozen years ago the Assembly ban Ned both the tango and Turkey trots. The affair which started just Hooper Assembly danced to the jaz-1 after Midnight lasted until Dawn. Back Home again a in our old location we Are Back Home again in our old location on East Commerce Street. We Are in a Brand new building with Brand new equipment All the Way through ready to serve your every Battery need. The Auto electric and Battery company wants to serve you and will appreciate an Opportunity to show you the kind of service it performs. Courteous prompt attention will be yours when you Call to see us our charges Are moderate and the Quality work the Best that expert workmanship can produce. Rive i s a trial Auto electric amp Battery co. 229 East Commerce Street a hone 25s 1 statement of Tho condition of Wachovia rank and Trust company Asheville High Point North Carolina. Winston Sam North Carolina Sta Teigh Salisbury at close of business december 31 St 192 resources Loans and investments. $25,945,204.44 u. S. Government securities. 2,181,218.65 North Carolina state Bonds. 301,580.00 banking houses and real estate. 2,318,143.79 customers liability on acceptances. 275,000.00 Cash and due from Banks. 10,274,124.28 total liabilities $41,295,271.16 capital. Surplus ,. a undivided profits. Unearned discount Reserve for interest Etc. Acceptances executed for customers deposits total. S 2,175,000.00 1,000,000.00 674,546.53 172,251.45 46,870.88 275,000.00 36,951.602.30 $41,295,271.16ff jj�iarai2. Wonder values in furniture of enc1 a a Quai l furniture go. Sale has 4 More Days to go so act promptly Trust department assets of $33,038,384.68 not included in above Iii a a clue office massages directors Raleigh office manage col. Rober Bingham j. La. Adams w. H. Austin Tench c. Coxa t. F. Davidson a. H. Bahnson Lohn c. Brantley col. D. M. Hodge. C. A Cannon j. M. Broughton Fred Kent a i g. Chatham Lohn he Evans j. M. Al Conner j. H. Clement Vav. A. Hart Allen t. Morrison a h. Blier 7. F. Harvey. Or. T. S. Morrison Ashley Horne w. B. Northup i. H. Fries or. Clarence Poe Haywood Parker if. B. Fries Gilbert t. Stephenson c. A. Ray for he l. Gaither j r. Weatherspoon Reuben b. Roberts Vav. G an Ville Taylor a. H. Gallows a a or p. Taylor John l. Gilmer Salisbury office in d. C. Waddell or. Bowman Gray t. B. Brown j. M. Wee ail w 3. Williamson b e. Gray James a. Gray f. R. Brown Hayden Clement l. H. Clement High Point of fuck Matin Al p. H. Hanes a it t. M. Nonea Al m. A Nee t. F. Hudson j. In Adams it. J. Hill c. W. Isenhour k t. Ainoi j. Edward John-1�?T i stable Linn or j. T. Burns it t. Len in l e. R. Overman w. C. Covington Ament Man. Hon. Lee 8. Overman a i j. Dav a p. S. Morrison p. N. Peacock or. C. 8. Grayson w. M. A Tsalen j. L. Rendleman a. B. Homey j. K. Norflee a. H. Snider it b. Hole d. Ogburn o. W. Spencer v. G. Jones k Vav. Of Hanlon or John Whitehead o. K. Kearns ii. A. Pfohl j. K. Millis ii. A. Millis v. N. Reynolds Volcott robers1 n Trade St. Office h. A. Moffly jul. F. Shaffner Robert m. Cox Vern. G Bahadar Gilbert t. Stophe h. H. Davis a. M. Rankin of. D. Vaughn Gen. S. Norfleet Wescott Roberson. W. T. Vogler c. Ogburn e. E. Spencer w. A. Wilkinson a v. Stockton it f. Tomlins it x. M. H. Willis e d. Vaughn High Point n. C. Amazing Low prices in Harlleen a re organization Sale breaking records setting new precedent startling bargains the line above has a breadth of meaning that the casual Reader May not grasp but it is pure r p Jet about by our determination to bring Down Stock to the minimum for re organization. There Are Many features to this Sale that Are attracting great response and enthusiastic buying selection by Home makers from Over the Piedmont Section the wealth of assortment embracing furniture and rugs on All our big floors the High character of the items the expert craftsmanship so visible in every piece the designs inspired by ideals of Beauty the qualities for lasting services and withal the reductions surpassing All previous attempts which make Harlleen a the source of the Best possible bargains now at your command in furniture for every Home need a midst bed room suites poster Beds a Beds cots chairs All types gov. 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