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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 16, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page tenth High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina monday january 16, 10,19 american legion to have Ohe on me highwayman n01 takes Over the wheel hold District meet will re Stager it Greensboro in oni Glit a dutch supper will be the tit isl feature tiniest of the Lith strict Metter of the american lotion at 7 of clock. O Henry hotel Greensboro. State commander Burgin Pennell of Ashe Rille will he the principal speak or. Approximate v 1 go persons ire expected to attend. Reports Are to be heard from commanders of posts at High Post Burlington. Mebane. Roxboro Yanceyville Reidsville spary Mayodan and Greensboro Al Llhee legionnaires tire invited to the meeting tonight among those who will represent the local Andrew Jai son Post Are i. Darden commander. Or. I. T maim. Harry a Fleming and la Bumgard re adjutant or a Mem tug. At the p peering tonight. Will be presented in the the North Ca Olina american Region trophy for making the highest s. Ore in securing in re i \ i cd u a i members. Commander Pennell was pres at a meeting of the boys s att rom in Ion held it Quot a a Day Atte noon at the o hot night hotel. W Arn discussions were to aul in reference to a boys sine Camp a impel Hill next Stimmie the pit Poso of the Camp is to t nether the americanism Prog a in of the legion according to the commander. High Point was not n or a mixed at the hoi Quot meeting but representatives from this it in Long or will have an Opportunity to obtain full information is to plans. Reports watch snatched by negro on Street Here Well drilling Turbine bids for Hydro project opened by Council today \ let lit ional bid in 4 connection with project to docs to acct Lluc Are opened but not i let this morning at toll Csc Loii jut done to try bids on turbines for High Points Hydro electric project and for Well digging in connection with the undertaking were opened this morning by die City Council in special session i but awarding of contracts was deferred until engineers can tabulate the bids on a comparative basis. Bids on three. 10.000 horsepower Hydraulic turbines equipped with governors and All accessories were submitted by three firms How total bid was that of Baldwin i Southwark corporation of Phila a Dolphin pa., whose total bid Price was $283,300. There were two other bids submitted. Alltis Chalmers Man of ac-1 liquor and Heath. Boon companions of tote big lava it. Traffic s unbeatable team to in at them. It can to be done any time you re inclined to think you can get away with drinking luring company of Milwaukee at the wheel take a look at tills grim warning and Hare another think. College officials Are expecting a Large attendance tonight to hear an address by John Temple Graves ii. Which will he delivered in Roberts Hall audit oui beginning at 8 15 of clock. Or. Graves author editor and economist is one of the speakers on the colleges annual lecture series of which or. P. E. Lindley is chairman. His subject will be a the South an economic Factor in the or. Graves has a wide and intimate knowledge of the Fouth and its problems and is expected tonight to present a Lucid analysis of some interesting Southern problems. W. H. Tull is painfully injured in Accident pretty girls is his profession by George Ross new York every now and then a slim rather handsome Man emerges from a Midtown hotel and goes snooping about the streets eyeing every pretty girl with an intent Starp. Some of them resent it More of them Are merely curious As to the identity of the searcher. Those he stops Are flattered for the chaps name is Georgie Hale and in Europe South America and right Here at Home they Are already referring to him As the successor of Ziegfeld As a discoverer of Beauty. There Are collectors who ran discern the hand of Genius in a dust covered old Canvas and oth i ors who can visualize the glittering or brilliance of a Diamond in the nondescript mass of the rough j Gem. Hale is blood brother to these for often the girls he stops seem to have nothing extraordinary to commend them and yet when they appear on stage they Are ladies of Beauty and Glamor. Three defendants Are found guilty of Drunken driving i Hunter Jones. 438 South a Vrenn Street reported to police Kent a negro Man had snatched a watch from is hands sunday might and had escaped with it. I or. Jones told police that As me was walking along the Street tear the intersection of Willow p�1 court which adjourned at Snook and Taylor streets a negro Floyd Ward Given four 4 months i in roads i Hen i liable to fax Fine of fifty dollars three defendants were convicted of Drunken driving this morning in a session of pm Rinei i approached him and asked what time it was. Or. Jones a d that a he pulled his War f. In i Quot pocket the Nugio snatched it j a and ran 12 30 of clock with other eases remaining to be Fried this afternoon. Court reconvened at 2 effect agreement at local company settlement reached at in Pili Point Overall co. Rim cuts can be prevent maintaining proper air pressure in automobile tires. The defendants were Floyd j Ward of Archdale w to was Given d by four Mouths on the roads when by headache Ayr go of Bjick with Stanba docs not have. You upset i City fuel co. Mrs. Chari is f. Biake. Owner Sjo Pirk s Tefft Pho Vuk uis a spec ing which will be held by the local democratic party at the Elwood hotel next Friday night at 6 30 of clock it was stated today by w. E. Crissman township democratic chairman. Or. Crissman emphasized that while arrangements for the dinner As being made by the exert of Smittee the meeting will a men to any interested Denio Erica federation of Klaibor rep i and to hits May be secured resent Atiteo. Either from his of Finger Fry in any although terms of the Settle-1 of the 12 precinct Chat Ruffen. Niento were not revealed. C. V. J the three Guilford county rep Weaver of Winston Salem representatives in the state i Gisla resent Active of the tobacco work lure and senator t. J. Gold have Era Union and w. E Hayne. I been invited to attend and will Raleigh of the state labor de a probably speak briefly. The apartment said the settlement j mayor and members of the e City Council have also been invited to attend As guests of the executive a wis., submitted a total bid of ,1afr,t1, $397,600 and s. Morgan Smith. A Piedmont Hospital of York pa., submitted a bid of $298,860. Only two bids were submitted for the drilling and finishing of a Well for potable water on the site of the project. The Low bid was that of e. W. Foy jr., of Hickory whose Price was $1,300. The other bid was that of the Danville Well drilling company of Danville. Va., whose bid was $1,690. The bids on Well drilling will Tull had been ailed to greens probably be let at the meeting or Boro to be with her husband the Council wednesday but it is i whose condition was thought to not known whether the engineers i be serious by attending physic will he Able to tabulate the bids ans. Or. Tull was in Greensboro a Large gathering of democrats on the turbines by that time or j on business when the Accident is expected for the dinner meet i not. Occurred. Many expected to be at democratic dinner on Friday any interested Democrat invited township chairman emphasizes As a result of injuries received in an automobile Accident in Greensboro ibis morning. W. H. Tull of 305 Thurston Street was a patient in the Piedmont Hospital in that City this afternoon having been removed there following the Accident. No details of the Accident were available this afternoon As mrs an amicable settlement of the wage dispute Between employees of the Overall department of the Rich Point Overall company and the management of the concern was announced yesterday att up meeting of employees with am discuss National Monarch meeting convention no ill be held Here in june he indicated his inability to the customary $50 Fine and court Cost Charles Lassiter 606 East Russell Street who a fined $50 and Cost and ordered not to drive for 12 months and Fairbank Holmes. Too Beamon Alley fined $50 and Cost Driver License revoked for 12 months and ordered to Cost and damages on a charge of hit and run driving. Other ease disposed of this morning included the following i Leroy Owens. 125 Briggs ave-1 nue larceny on two counts 90 i i Days on the roads. Sadie Murray 919 East Washington Street violation of the pro i Hihi Tion law90 Days judgment suspended for two years on men of Cost. Floyd Tate City violation of the prohibition Law so a it a on j the roads Jim Dement suspended for 12 months on payment of jury h grouch of Winston Salem rep j Frost. W re sedative of the a of of l., Fraul Mcadoo 1207 f furlough spoke to the meeting yesterday i j Street assault com j afternoon in the i Abor Templet j Charlie Hall Kivett drive aa-0d egg Washington Street. I Sault and disorderly conduct one-1 0 Quot a a a tin rho a i or to treat Emerywood country club violation of the prohibition Law j four months judgment suspend was a a mutually satisfactory. The settlement came after or. Haynes and d. Yates Haefner Charlotte representative of the United states la Bor department came Here for conference following a threat of employees of the Overall department of the concern to strike in protest of what they termed wage reduction. It was on suggestion of representatives of the a. F. Of That the workers returned to their jobs instead of striking and effected an agreement by arbitration instead. Or. Weaver or Hayes and e com Putter. Those who plan to Purchase tickets to the dinner were urged to secure them by wednesday so that anal arrangements May be completed Early thursday morning. The meeting was characterized As a a Good Wiir gathering. Building near Bridge on North main Street is being demolished work began this morning on tearing Down the building at 103 j North main Street which formerly housed the Saratoga smoke shop the work is in the hands of j Delk and Younts local general contractors j. N. Wright owner of the building stated today. The Structure was damaged several weeks ago when a Section of Tho Broad Street Bank of the Railroad Cut which is in the process of completion caved in. Or Wright said that no further construction on the site was contemplated in the near future. Hosiery shipments abnormally High i Ual decrease during november not noted the High Point Monarch club at its regular weekly luncheon at the Sheraton hotel today took up much of its time with discussions of the National convention which will be held Here in june Aud which will bring delegates from All Over the United states where j there Are local Monarch clubs. The National convention last year was held in Wilmington Delaware and was largely attend j cd the High Point club plans to i police probing death outdo any previous convention the club will meet next wet rljnv11 ear a i autopsy is undertaken which will be held within the next few weeks. A new member k. R. Anderson. Of the West end drug company. Was admitted to the club and visitors were de Pickerel new president of the Greensboro club and a n. Woodall of to Komi Park my. K. Z. Jones president presided of negro Early today annual meeting tuesday give your family the Best use la a refrigeration Arr oar Beautiful in refrigerator a Price and term will Surprise von Central ice deliver cilium i 512 West Broad Street phone 4507 cd for two years on payment of Cost. Lee Williams 2 Hoover Flats disorderly conduct. To and Cost. J. C. Smith 430 Tate Street trespassing 60 Days on the roads judgment suspended for two Yean Flora Jones occupying a room i for immoral purposes $5 and Cost. W. R Rankin. "07 hilltops Street reckless driving one half Cost and damages to mrs j. Mcguinn. Paul Sweeney City no state Driver s License one half Cost. The following charged with the annual meeting of Emery-1 Wood country club will be held at the club House tuesday night at 8 o clock. John c. Abel Secretary treasurer has announced. Reports of officers election of three directors and an open Dis j Mission of club affairs will feature the meeting a Stag party will follow the annual meeting. Or. Abel said. The National association of j hosiery manufacturers for the on a of november total shipments of ail Tytus ii f hosiery com i dined amounting to 1 1.972.873 j dozen pair As compared w Ith 11.-957.3 7 2 dozen pairs for october an increase of 0.1 per cent in comparison with november 1 937, shipments showed an increase of 21.9 per cent. There is normally during the month of november decreasing state deaths George the Enterprise Bureau Commerce Street phone 535 Thomasville Jan. 16 a funeral services for George w. Ensley who died at i Home on route i Thomasville. Friday afternoon after suffering a heart at police officers and Coroner Wallace g. Freeman were investigating the death Early today of John Robinson negro of 304 Price Street. It was reported to police that Robinson came to i Homp about Midnight sat Down in a chair and shortly slumped Over dead. An autopsy was to be performed Jluis afternoon in an to determine the cause of his death. Face fancier naturally Hale has had lots of unusual experience in the quest for Beauty for he disdains the Ordinary chorus girl. He found Vera Devine working As a waitress now she sways in the showgirl Section of the Paradise restaurant revue Barbara Daly come to him from behind a counter in a Boston department store once he sat in a certain restaurant frequented by models for Days on end waiting for a fresh face. And he found Margaret James. He looks almost exclusively at the face. The body can be dressed up hut the face is on its own. He has had Bow legged girls j in his shows and one whose body i was scarred by an Accident in in fancy. Among All the und raped showgirls., she alone wore clothes but the High Beauty of her face carried her through. Hale likes to teach girls to dress what make j up to Wear. He gets a thrill out of the gradual emergence from i just a pretty girl to a glamorous one. The other Day he stepped into a drug store while walking with j Barbara Daly and bought her a j new Shade of lipstick and a new Shade of Eyebrow Pencil. He took miss Devine to dress shops and j showed her w hat to buy. He makes his girls read fashion magazines. He spends endless hours teaching them to walk not alone on the stage but All the j time for Beautiful women he believes should always be on exhibition. Too Many to 1,4ive Hale a a specially dancer in his youth he is 37 now and decided in 1 929 to become a dance director. He got his first Job As a director by bringing eight Beautiful girls along with him when he went to ask for the ass ment. He a done number in Road shows. Broadway revue and musical comedies and films not to mention a score of night club show. He May have a production at the san Francisco fair. He a slim of Middle height. Margaret James ,.looked fresh with nervous fluttering hands. He is Apt to demonstrate a dance step no matter where he happens to he. Thus when walking along a Street he May suddenly Pirouette and strike an attitude asking his companion what lie or she mostly she thinks about it. He a completely oblivious of staring passersby. He is a Bachelor naturally hut he sometimes gloomily wonders whether he will have to end i life in the single state. To feels that seeing so Many Beautiful women has spoiled him for any one girl and he is fond of quoting Kipling so the More you have had of the others the less you will Settle to one a he a been in love at intervals hut none of the affairs has been of devastating effect except one. He wont Tell the i s full i $ Blit her initials were b. S. A a my skin wag full of pimples and blemishes from constipation a say Verna schlepp Quot since using Adient the pimple Are gone. My stunt smooth and glows with health had Leruka washes both Bowel and re treves constipation that so often agers tales a had complexion. Maun store seeks divorce a divorce action was filed in the office of the clerk of municipal court this morning by counsel for a. S. Townsand coloured against Magaline Townsand. A rounds for the action were two years separation. Filed late saturday by Cora Callaway was a a. Were held sunday afternoon j an action against a. A. Callaway. 1 $25 a Reward a $25 a to the one who brings us a pair of shoe that we cannot repair we will give $25 absolutely free. 1 City shoe shop 1 on Commerce opposite Security Bank bldg. A drunkenness were ordered to Cost in their respective cases Elbridge Tuggle. Otis Daniels. H. I. Clement. William Burdette. Bennie Smith at 2 of clock at the Zion Reform Church. Rev. W. C. Lyerly pastor and Rev. J. A. Calmer were activity in shipments in All in Chark of rhe advices branches of the hosiery Industry. Unusually Large gathering contrary to the usual tendency 10f fronds and neighbors were in the hosiery Industry that month j attend nce. Pallbearers were maintained a level of shipments w t Murphy Clarence Veeh which com panes with those of Wrene Ensley will Hedrick. September . Shipment j >1arshall Johnson r. L. Kennedy j. F. Myers and j. F. Sink. Flow on grounds Tion. Two years separa Sprinkle gasoline ervice from seaports saves serves satisfies 16k Sprinkle service station Ison n. Main St. Tax paid per gallon five Thomasville youths Hurt in Auto Accident last night let us help you go straight it s almost criminal waste to met ear out tiros so quickly by a out of tint Quot front wheels it i also subjecting yourself and others to dangerous or Iping we align them right. Four of them seriously injured extent of injuries not be determined the Enterprise Bure a i Commerce Street phone 535 Thomasville. Jan. 16�?five Thomasville youths were injured four of them seriously in an automobile Accident which occurred Ion the Thomasville Lexington Highway shortly after Midnight last night. J Wade Jarvis. Paul Wright and i Harold Tysinger Are in the City i memorial Hospital at Thomasville and Kew Ood Leonard is in the Davidson county Hospital in Lexington Hospital attaches Here said that the three youths brought Here by a local ambulance were resting Well but it would be impossible to determine the extent of their injuries until a Ray photographs were developed. Lexington Hospital attache said that Leonard a condition was Good and that the fifth youth also brought to the Hospital there by a passing automobile was released last night after receiving treatment for minor injuries the Accident occurred on a curve near the Rocky Hill service station when Paul Wright Driver of the car lost control and failed to make die curve. The ear i plunged off the Road and info a Road Packer which had been parked off the Road. The car which belonged to Harris i brother in Law of the injured i Wright w As completely demolished. Major Bruce Craven has severe heart attack major Bruce Craven is a patient it the Guilford general Hospital where he was taken this afternoon from his Home in Trinity i Han t to after suffering a severe heart attack last night and another this morning. Although his condition a serious major Craven was said to be resting comfortably this afternoon the heart attacks were thought to be brought on by a recent illness with influenza although major Craven has been in poor health for some time. Rey. J. W. Witherspoon to speak Here tonight Rev. J. W. Witherspoon pastor of tile first presbyterian Church at Lexington will address the men of the first presbyterian Church Here this evening at the regular monthly meeting which will be held in the basement of the Church at 6 30. All men of the Church Are invited to attend this meeting and visitors will be welcomed according to an announcement from the Church today. Of women s full fashioned hosiery menus silk and Rayon half Hose boys socks and Cotton bundle goods were unusually High for the month of november and they More than offset the seasonal declines which took place in the oth i or branches and which Are normally expected. There were shipped during the month of november 4,496,081 dozen pairs of women a full Fash i inned hosiery an increase of 10.7 j per cent Over october shipment a and incidentally an ail time High a for women a full fashioned ship ments. The decreases which occurred in the seamless branches were j much less than were normally expected a1 such branches showed considerably higher shipments be reported for november a year ago. The cumulative shipments total of All types of hosiery for the first time Iii 1938 has exceeded the cumulative total for the same period in 1937. For the first eleven months of shipments total is 0.6 per cent in excess of the first eleven months of 1937. A Ila been pointed out for the past several months shipments in the full fashioned Branch of the Industry have been regularly ahead of the corresponding period in 1937 and the present Industry advantage Over 1937 is due primarily to this Strong position which the full fashioned Branch has commended. The seamless Branch of the Industry has for some time been dosing die Gap which a via led Between the cumulative totals for 1937 and 1938 and is to Date 11.1 per cent behind the total for the first eleven month of 1937. Were carried by friends and neigh Bors. Interment was Iii die Church cemetery with the Junior order in charge of the services at the grave. From the standpoint of history Birds have been of practical use to Mankind in carrying messages since the earliest Days. An air plane travels la to 14 Miles Iii writing a two word name on the sky. Owls symbols of Wisdom Are far less intelligent than Many other Birds. First of classes in traffic school to be held Here today both afternoon anti night4 lasses v ill be conducted for Drivers Ain non Drivers mortality among cutlery Grinders is 330 per cent greater than in the average occupation due to inhalation of Silica dust. If automobile engine bolts Are not tightened frequently the a the first classes of lha spa sponsored traffic school will be 1938 the cumulative i Beld Here this afternoon and tonight under the general direction of t a Early of Raleigh. Iti Effis safety specialist of the vipa adult education program. The afternoon class will he opened in the old courtroom on the second floor of the City Hall this afternoon at 4 of clock and will continue until 6 p. To. The night course will be held from 7 to 9 p. In. These classes will continue from mondays through Friday for a period of three weeks. At the completion of the first course a new course will be started. Indoor instruction will be held in the old courtroom. There will also be outdoor instruction later. Or. Early emphasized that these courses Are free to All persons interested the textbooks and automobile to be furnished without Chai be. Approximately 30 person had regulations to prevent exorbitant charges in Legal Money lending in the United states have been in effect since the civil War. A jewelled watch is expensive not because of the intrinsic Cairn of the stones used but local the work involved in the a the classes for the first three Days. These classes Are for both those who cannot drive at All and those who can drive but who Are interested primarily in safety in driving. The state Hopes in this Way to reduce greatly the annual Accident toil. Registered for the cot til noon today and said that other inter a of Register up until the Ding i 4 of clock or the Don units of the driving system j of the stones a task of extreme j until the quota May become seriously misaligned precision. O c 50 be up in or. Early item might Art of the us classes reached i or. Early himself w ill instruct planning to by i old this Spring now is the time to Start the foundation for i train ing the building of your Home. A e have ample local funds available for the use of responsible citizens for buying1, building or remodel in or. Start now subscribe to shares in our 31st series dated january 5th Atlantic building amp loan association main floor Security Bank bldg. Phone 2361 Correct starting time of feature pictures St local Heaters today Paramount Quot if i were King 1 0o�? 3 05 -5 10�?7 15 -9 20 Broadhurst a Little Tough Guys in society Quot i it�?2 57 4 37 6 17�?7 57�?9 37 arol1n a i 35 a my Lucite Start 3 35�?5.35�?7 35�? 9 35 Rialto Quot love find Andy Hardy 1.31�?3.35-5 35-7.29�?9 a ship by rail for safety. For Economy. For promptness l a nothing but service to sell High Point Thomasville and Denton Railroad phone 4511 Lewis body Fomotor co 122 Willowbrook St. Tei 25j? hrs Point no. Kin

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