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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 11, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Wednesday january la 1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Camiet of Industry High Point North Carolina t Page nine ties in Tbs ujflntjld5 new York stocks new York. Jan. up a the new year Down Drift was resumed in the Stock Market today As the previous sessions rally petered out. Steel and aircraft shares re cent Bull favourites on u. S. Armament expectations were at the head of the Retreat and most of the Market followed. Numerous losses of i to 3 Points were on quotation boards around the fourth hour but dealings became fewer after an Early Selling flurry. The decline brokers said seemed to have its inception in a shift Back to the Selling Side by traders on the Assumption yesterdays modest upturn was merely a a a technical rally in the new year trend. However better support was noticeable As leading shares approached the december lows. Which analysts suggested might Mark the downward limits of a a trading most markets had a waiting air. Bonds were mixed and narrow. So were leading commodities. New York Jan a p. In. Stocks Adams exp. Air reduce. Alaska Jun. Alleghany. Allis Chal mfg. Ani can. Am car Fly. Am for pow. Am pow la. Am Rad St Sam Roll Miu. Am smelt ref. Am Sug ref. A t a Tam Toh Anaconda. -. Arm 111a t of. Acl. A ref. Atlas pow. Avia corp. Baldwin. Bao. Barnsdall. Bendix a Tat. Beth St. Boeing Al rpm. Borden. A. I Borg Warner. Brigga mfg. Budd mfg. Budd wheel. Burl Milua. Bur add Mach. Calumet Hee. Can dry. Can Pac. Case j Caterall trac. Champ p Che of m St p a p pad. Chrysler. Coca cola. Colum o come credit. Come solv. Com with boo. Consoled la. Con Oil. Cont can. Corn prod. Cur Las Wright. Curtiss Wright Adel Lack Doug Aire. Dow chem. Dupont. Eastman Rod. Elec Auto it. Blee pow it. Firestone. Freeport Sui. Gen 7lecoen foods. Gen Mot. Gillette. Glidden. Goodrich. Goodyear. Graham Paige. It nor by of. Hud Mot. Hupp Mot. Ill cent. Int Harvest. Int Nick can. Int Tel Tel. Johns Man. Kennicott. Kinney. Kroger Oroc. Libby o f of. Lagg Myers blows. Lorillard. Louis. Nash. Mack try. Mccrory stores. Mont Ward. Murray corp. Nash Kelv. Nat biscuit. Nat Cash Reg. Nat Dairy prod. Nat dint. Nat Lead. Nat pow it. N y cent. No am a let. North am. Nor Pac. Ohio Oil. Otis Kiev. Pac g Packard. Param Pix. Param of. Penney j Penn Dix. Penn r Phillips pet. Pitt scr pub Sec n Pullman a. Pure Oil. Radio. Rad k Orem Rand. Rep us. Reynolds Brab a l seab Oil. Sears. Shell in. Socony Vee. Sou Pac. Sou by. Sperry. Std brands. Sui of Cal. Std Oil id. Std Oil n Stewart Warner a two. Io>4. 61,. To. I. 424. 98>4. To. 34. 1�jb. 20. 49. 21 ,150�?~a. 88. 324. 5�?Ta. 37. 29. 224. 62. 7i. 144. 74. 174. 254. 74�,i. 31. 164. 27. 28 ,. 7�4. 94. 134. 18. 7. 19. S ,. 90 a. 45. List. 36 a 7. 77 130 it. 6. 54,. 104 a i. 30. 9 ,. 424 64. 6 ,. 23. A. 70 131 1494 182,. 32 la 2314. 27>,40.384. 47d. 7 a 22. 22a 334 i. 264. 74 i 17. 55. A 53. 8, 101 39j� 2�?Ti 224 50, 10249 a 21. 54 27 u4 481 4 8. 8 a 25 25 a 124 2724. 8 19. 17 Studebaker. 7i Swift. 18 a Tex corp. 45tex Gulf prod. 5 ii acid Tex Gulf Sui. 31 Timken det a. 164 trans Amer. 7. Trans West air. 9ii in garb. 86 in Pac. 95i unit Aire. 37 i unit corp. 31 ii unit drug. 0,4 unit fruit. 9va unit Gas Imp. La u 8 ind Alco. 21�?z u 8 pipe 43 u s rub. 46 ii u 8 smelt ref. 60 u 8 steel. 65% Vanadium. 27% Vick chem. 39 4 Warner pie. 5�?�, West Union. 23 West elec mfg. 112, Wilson. 4. Woolworth. 49% yell t Cis. Youngs 8 t50 2 p. In. Stock sales 690.000. Deep River news the wednesday night prayer meeting which was held last week with or. And or. R. L. Barum was Well attended with about 40 present. The pastor Joseph Peele was the Leader. The next meeting was to have been with t. A Jones but on account of his illness it will be in the Home of or. And mrs. E. J. White. The woman a auxiliary held their regular business meeting Friday night with miss Ollie Hines. The hostess served fruits at the close of the meeting. Or. And mrs. C. A Thornton and or. And mrs. Ralph Thornton spent sunday afternoon in Salisbury with relatives and friends. Mrs. J. L. Welborn and or. And mrs. Charlie Welborn of Thomasville were dinner guests thursday of the former a sister and family or and mrs. J. L. Skeen at their Home Here. Or. And mrs. Ernest Harrison miss Julie Harrison of Trinity and miss Mary Frazier of Thomasville visited in the Home of William Parrish last sunday. Or. And mrs. W. F. Wheeler spent sunday at Abbotts i Creek with their son. Franklin who has been quite sick but is somewhat better now. Mrs. R. L. Porum who was quite sick for a few Days is much improved. Mrs. Nora f. Floyd is confined to her Home with an attack of influenza. Jeffrey and Bessie Parrish have been quite in with influenza. Mrs. Brannock who is a patient in a Greensboro Hospital following an operation which she underwent last week is doing As Well As could be expected her friends will be glad to know. J a. Ingram is confined to his Home with illness his Condlon remains unchanged. Bert Gordon who has been seriously ill is somewhat improved born to or. And mrs. Philip Jackson at the Wesley Long Hospital Greensboro a son Philip Stephen. Get your verdicts right prosecutor Wilmington Ian. Ill Pic startled j a ors and a puzzled judge snapped to attention when David Sinclair new District solicitor completed summation of his prosecution of two negroes chnrg<<1 with assault with a and so gentlemen i ask for a verdict of not guilty As to a not guilty a queried a. K. Rhodes jr., defense lawyer. A i mean guilty a snapped the pm it it Tutor. A your Honor a continued the solicitor addressing judge Luther Hamilton a for by years i have ivern on tile other Side of the Fence and usually concluded my remarks by asking for a not guilty verdict and i inadvertently ask Tel for such a verdict in this tile jury acquitted both defendants. Benefit Bridge party planned by Randolph Library club at meeting special to the Enterprise Asheboro Jan ill plans for a Benefit party to be held in february were made monday afternoon when the Randolph Library club met at 4 15 of clock at the Home of mrs. J. T. Barnes on the Lexington Highway. Proceeds from this Bridge party will go to buy furniture for the new Library rooms in the municipal building when it is completed one new member. Mass Marianna Redding was welcomed into the club. After the business session. Mrs. Barnes assisted by miss Carrie Brittain served delicious sandwiches and Tea. Miss Mary Harrison Redding daughter of mrs. Charles h Redding of Asheboro and Braxton Craig Bullock of Asheboro son of the late or. And mrs. A r. Bullock of Fairmont were married sunday january 8, in Danville va., by Rev. R. E Wright at the m. E. Parsonage. For the ceremony the Bride wore a smart Green suit with rust i accessories and a shoulder Cor i Sage of american Beauty roses and lilies of the Valley. Mrs. Bullock is a graduate of Asheboro High school and a stills year a freshman at High Point College or. Bullock attended Wake Forest College and is now an assistant the Farlow funeral Home Here. The Young couple will make their Home with mrs. Charles Redding. South Fayetteville Street Asheboro. Or. C. G. Smith spoke on a the school As a Conter of influence in a Community monday evening at the monthly meeting of the Parent teachers association of the East school grammar grades held in the school Library. Or. Smith spoke of the schools influence As exerted on the thought speech and character of a Community with emphasis on the necessarily Long application required of any educational work. During the business meeting which was presided Over by Reid Hannah plans were made to expend More Money on the Book binding project in the school Library. A committee composed of Reginald Turner mrs. Franz Strickland and miss Leona Wood was appointed to draw up resolutions concerning school legislation to he presented to the general Assembly. Hold everything Clyde a tote Murphy s double lives in capital native tar Heel senator Smathers mistaken for Cabinet officer by Eddy Gilmore Washington. Jan. Llu up a attorney general Murphy and senator Smathers a no decided today they look so much alike to so Many people that they be got to do something about it. A i think a explained the senator Quot that i la Start wearing a Pink Carnation every Day and persuade the attorney general not to Wear one Day last week they both showed up with Pink carnations. The confusion was terrible. Attorney general Murphy came out of vice president garners office. A Good morning senator a said a passerby. Later in the Day Smathers went Down to the Justice department. One of the murals in the Halls caught his Eye. He stopped to look. A like the picture general a beamed a minor official who happened by. They do look alike. They Are the same height. In age they Are less than three years apart. Bott have rugged Ruddy faces and the same kind of piercing eyes. Their hair is different however although both have lots of it. Part it the same Way and Cut it along the same lines. Murphy a is red in Washington the facial similarity of two officials can become a serious social and political problem and a menace to hostesses. One of the unforgiven he blunders of the official social set is to Call someone by the wrong title Ltd address a colonel As a major a or a senator As a i done to mind being laughed Smathers a and i done to suppose Murphy would mind a senator hut it s senator Smathers is a native of Western North Carolina a editor Carolina municipals in Market this morning i Raleigh Jan. it pm the j local government commission sold i $95,000 refunding Bonds for can a ton and $10,000 school refunding Bonds for the Washington school j District of Beaufort county yesterday at excellent prices. Winston Salem was authorized to refund $375,000 Worth of Bonds. The Canton Issue went to a Syndicate consisting of r. S. Dickson j and company of Raleigh and i Charlotte Seasongood and Mayer i of Cincinnati and Southern in i vestment company of Charlotte a Premium of $96.50 was paid with the first $15,000 of maturities to Bear 3% per cent interest and the remainder 3 1-4 per cent. Scott Horner and Mason inc., of Lynchburg va., took the Washington school Bonds at a Premium of $60.69 with interest at 3 1-4 per cent. A $15,000 Lincolnton Bond anticipation note was sold the Concord National Bank at a Premium of $3.50 with interest at two per cent. Tile Federal Bra bought at Par with interest at four per rent a $33,000 water and fewer Issue of Halifax and a $35,000 water Issue of Sparta. Term As a legislator and his very first fling at politics of any kind he said his appointment to head the groups with handling perhaps the most controversial subject before the Assembly was a Surprise to almost everyone. 23 real estate for rent 25 autos amp Access Rii apts. For rent Ecker apartments exclusive a reasonable a factory 10m so. It. Sprinkled factory a r. Siding for Sale or lease j. Ii. Kalte phone 8449 210 Shirley ave for rent 4 room Gantt Apt., electric Refrigeri i Tor. Murphy bed. Gas Range tub and Shower Bath water and heat urn shed. Venetian blinds. $42 50 Greystone apts., 2 and 3 rooms Gas Range refrigerator laundry Heater newly painted. Coloured new 3 or 4 pm. House plug or. $3 00 Southland Fin. Amp ins. Co. Arcade bldg. Phone 2828 1927 Studebaker Sedan $ 900 North main St. 1-11 comi to a St Vici we f i a met a that a probably the License number of the car that mowed him Down a 2 houses apts. For rent for rent four room Down j stairs apartment 910 West Broad. Apply 908 West Broad j 1-11-2 for rent to couple two room furnished apartment private Entrance. 205 Boulevard. 1-11-2 j for rent six room cottage. 1007 Campbell St., $20.00 per month. Apply j. N. Mccrary. Phone 2677. 1-16-2 special notices for rent six with Garden and Miles out on d. Farm. Call 9253. Room House garage so s. Hayworth 1-12-2 or window shades Are used in 8 4% of All government buildings. Rain proof Sunroof and guaranteed washable. Mon Ark. Phone 9414, 5 6 radios amp supplies for Complete service any radio Call 2003. Guilford radio service 610 North main. 1-16-6 9 help wanted female Emery Wood court apartments have Cross and through ventilation Large windows venetian blinds and All modern conveniences designed for better living. Make your Choice and reservation at once. Koonts and White managing agents 306 South main Street phone 4223 24 real estate for Sale Wiltshire Boulevard just outside City limits attractive lot sloping to rear with plenty of Nice Shade Trees. The House is of English architecture. As you enter from the tile Terrace in front you come into a spacious living room with Large fire place. A adjoining the living room is a Well lighted dining room and in the rear is a Large Kitchen with linoleum floor j and plenty of built in cabinets. There is also a private Den and lavatory and i commode downstairs. There Are four j Large bed rooms with Cedar lined closets and a full tile Bath upstairs. This Home has steam heat and Hardwood floors throughout. Price Only 95,256.00. National realty management co. 110 West Washington Street phone 2122 have your smooth tires re capped done to throw away your smooth sound casings there is still plent of mileage left in them. Master retreading co. Cor. S. Main a Taylor its. Phone 8231 26 financial Money for Auto License prompt confidential ser let Auto Loans a personal Loans Southland finance a insurance co. Arcade bldg. Phone Csc �~Money$5up your signature Only Clark amp company loan brokers 201 Wachovia Bank bldg. Two furnished apartments Light housekeeping 12 4 West Willis 119 Taylor. No children. Garage. 1-16-2 for rent�?4 room apartment House on Barker St. All conveniences. Pointer service station 1-14-2 for rent three or four room furnished apartment in private Home desirable location. Phone 48260. 1-11-2 wanted a White or coloured housekeeper. 214 Church St. 1-11-9 to help wanted wanted male or female stenographer and bookkeeper for few hours daily. Address p. O. Box 909, High Point. 1-11-10 for Sale 13 position wanted wanted position by Middle aged Man As shipping Billing payroll clerk. Strictly sober and reliable. Address Box 1401, City. 1-11-13 notice to investors two of our clients recently have taken advantage of our unusually Low prices and easy terms. They have sold their properties for substantial increases. We still have a number of properties that Are equally As Good values. Atlantic insurance amp realty co. Phone 2361 personal Loa Psi Sion your own note to k signature is of k Security a the most prompt services Industrial finance co. 203 South main St. Auto to Ansi and refinancing let us reduce your present payments Industrial Fin inc e c cd m p a v i j Sims South Ai in Street for Sale a cinders gravel driveway screenings top soil dirt Sand. Manure. Phone 2535 Charlie m. Brown. 521 English. 1-21-3 14 personals today answer to cranium Cracker i false. An epilogue is recited at the end of a play. 2 false. A Sand hogs is Tho term for men who work under air pressure digging Tunnel. 3. True. A porpoise is a mammal. 4. True. The Volga River flows into the Caspian sea. 5. False. A a dip is a Slang sex j press Ion for a pickpocket. Can secure your marriage License at once for $4.00. Kept secret. Bruce Carraway notary Public. Office Wrenn St. For Sale a hot water Heater and tank suitable for meat Market or Barber shop. Rex Barber shop 310 South main. 1-13-3 \ Abbott Proctor Paine members new York Stock Exchange new York Cotton exch age new York curb Exchange Chicago Board of Trade and other Exchange 304 South main Street Telephone 3461 Otis d. Phillips manager s doubts Complete Absentee repeal committee chairman or. W. Phillips in favor of Maying till caution Enterprise Bureau sir Walter hotel in Henry a Veri i i. Raleigh Jan. Llu outright and Complete repeal of the Absentee ballot Law by the present general Assembly is very doubtful. In the opinion of slow Spe Atung Sandy haired what there is of it George w. Phillips just appointed chairman of Tho House committee on elections and election Law. The Onslow lawyer professed Complete Surprise at his appointment and declared that speaker Libby Ward has handed me the toughest sort of a talking Over the matter or. Phillips did not commit himself to any definite stand on the question of Absentee ballot repeal or other Law reforms. He said there is considerable doubt whether Complete repeat is possible in this Assembly and seemed to favor moving with caution in the making of changes. A a there a absolutely no doubt about the sentiment of people in my county they ure overwhelmingly for outright repeal of All Absentee voting Laws a he said a shut its very doubtful if repeal can be attained and it is somewhat doubtful if that s the Best solution of the problem after he said he has not read tile recommendations of the state Board of elections which urged outright repeal and a suggest do enactment of a substitute Absen Law its members believe is fraudulent. He. Added that he will give the boards recommendations careful study just As he will any other proposals. A a it a a Tough Job but in a going to do the Best i can at it a he said. This is or. Phillips freshman for Sale 2 new Norge electric ranges 3 new Norge washing machines 2 new four foot Norge electric refrigerators. Bargain for Cash. Bargain furniture co. 1526 English St. 1-11-3 classified advertising rates 2c a word this size Type 8 Point 13 words a -5c in a word this size Type to Point 13 words �>0c 7 consecutive insertions for the Price of 5 minimum charge for want and 2f card of thanks 50c a ads Art Cash in Advance the Enterprise Wilt not be responsible Tor More than one incorrect insertion of any and. Errors should be reported at once. All keyed ads Are strictly confidential and can be reached by sealed letter Only. Ads must be in by 12 00 o clock week Days and 8 00 o clock saturday night for sunday paper. Phone 4566 for Quality shoe repairing Cai 2333, soles ladies. 55c menus 65c. N. E. Russell. Sheraton shoe repair. ?00 n. Main dyeing a specially. For Sale laundry Heater with hot water Coil. Good condition. First $8.00 gets it. Phone 4 s 3 01. 1-17-3 i rooms for rent Foit rent to couple four unfurnished rooms sink in Kitchen lights water and Telephone furnished. Reasonable. Phone 41357. 1-11-1 for rent Large nicely furnished bedroom steam heat Large closet close in. Apply 405 Lindsay. 1-15-1 for rent a Lovely bedroom close in All modern conveniences. Phone 51s4. 1-11-1 used furniture Kitchen cabinets. Breakfast room suites Small Heaters Chest dressers bedroom suites circulatory and Oil stoves. Any item can be bought on terms. Bargain furniture co., 1526 English St. _1-11-3 4 wanted wanted men s clothing Good prices clothing for Sale. B. Green 111 North Wrenn St. 1-15-4 wanted a used office furniture. P. O. Box 909. High Point n. C. 1-11-4 chauffeurs Drivers License completed and mailed to Raleigh 25c. Bruce h. Carraway. Wanted to buy sewing machines Groves Kitchen cabinets dining room bedroom furniture in Good condition. Bloom furniture co. 202 North main. 1-12-4 wanted business woman desires Roommate. Close in. Reasonable. Write Box a Roommate Quot care of Enterprise. _1-11-4 5 special notices for rent two heated unfurnished rooms suitable for Light housekeeping. 330 Mont lieu Avenue. 5 1-12-1 for rent one Large unfurnished room close in. Apply 405 Elm St. Phone 7258. 1-11-1 for rent rooms furnished or unfurnished close in reasonable. 205 Lindsay phone 7398. 1-17-1 Cash for old Gold discarded jewelry tooth crowns Etc. Wagger jewelry co. Elwood hotel Corner. 5 automobile title transferred and mailed to Raleigh including notary Public Seal for 25c. Bruce Carraway office 125 North Wrenn St. Chains dancing studio. Tap and ballroom dancing. It makes no difference How old or Young you Are if you eau walk we can teach you to dance. 60 4 North main Street. 1-17-5 chattel mortgages Complete. 50c. Including notary Seal Public stenographer during office hours. Bruce Carraway Wrenn St. Notary Public. 15 wanted to rent single gentlemen of refinement desires quiet room or apartment in Southern Section of City preferred. Address p. O. Box 909, High Point. 1-11-15 wanted room private family by business woman close in. Address a a a. R a care of Enterprise. 1-18-15 wanted a available february isl one or two bedroom furnished apartment in private Home. P. O. Box 761. 1-12-15 16 business Opportunity for Sale Good grocery store with Large Stock and All modern equipment. Good location and Good business. Address Box a a a. care Enterprise. 1-11-16 East Lexington ave a comfortable Home at a Price you can afford to pay. House has just been thoroughly reconditioned new paint inside and out new roof. The first floor has Large living room. Dining room Kitchen master bed room and hath. Upstairs there Are three bedrooms with plenty of closet space. Price 225u Quot a National realty management co. He West Washington of. Phone 212 for Sale or Trade for car lot 100x318. On Kernersville Road just off Winston Highway. Phone 4 8172. 1-11-24 Quick Loans for Auto licenses no endorsers your sign lure la our Security. See i today. Coop finance co. 814 Security National Hank 27 classified display i instructions tap tap a a types dancing taught. Adults children classes. Rheums studio 602 North main Street. I More Calls for thoroughly trained help than we can Supply. Enrol now. Prepare Here for a Good position. We train experts. Jones business College Quot tile accredited school 126h w. Commerce phone 40 48 p. P. Jones. M. A., manager 18 Flowers amp seeds paper Shell Pecan Trees four to ten foot immediate delivery. Write Box a a Pecan care Enterprise. 1-16-18 2i ice Wood amp Coal All Nite Coal stove Wood Oak and Pine $1.00 amp $2.00 per Load american Coal amp Wood co. Phone 2363 special Virginia egg Coal clean. $7 of Blue Gem red Ash. $8 of Kentucky Ace red Ash. 88 25 Pocahontas smokeless peacoat. $6 50 largest Load Wood in town. $2 00 Piedmont Oil l Coal co. Phone 3294 23 real estate for rent Madison Avenue a its 57x200. All with gradual slope to rear and located in a very desirable neighbourhood. Convenient to schools stores and bus line. Price $620 to $665, including All assessments. We can finance your Home through f. La. A. M e n de n Hall-th0mps0n de Mendenhall Blake Thompson m. G. Moore Chaa. Mendenhall 116 w. Washington phone 3456 7 25 autos amp accessories 1927 Buick coach. $20.00. 900 not the main St 1-11-25 1922 Ford touring new tires body and motor i Al condition. Cheap. Fire station at Mechanicsville. 1-11-25 notice Tim 11 i ult Point per up to building a loan associate to n main Street Xvi Tirve the following office Boul on and alter thursday january 26. Open 9 a m to 4 p m wednesday close at i 1928 Buick Coupe. $45.00. 900 North main St. 1-11-25 for Sale Lute. 1937 Chevrolet. Long wheel base take body truck Helper Springs dual wheels Good tires 20,000 Miles. Call Stanley 4 213. 1-17-25 is today Siceloff ice $ Coal co. To amp us West. Russell Street phone 3858 27 classified display for rent per to. 1804 Moffitt St. 4 rim. $10 00 1808 Moffitt St. 4 a. 8 30 604 fourth furnished 6 my. 50 00 423 n. Hamilton St. 12 my. 60.00 6383 n. Main Apt. 4 rim. 20.00 to a Highway. Filling station 15.00 a Curtis Smithdeal realtor 106 w. Washington Phons 4573 escape arc you letting business a scape Why not it a a a what other Alert High Point merchants do Latch More of it with Enterprise want ads ifs a simple Way to get More customers at Little Cost. You la la More than satisfied with tile results you get. Why not prove it for yourself phone 4566 a i

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