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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 16, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page six he High Poust Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina monday january 16, 1939 amp a a in social and club activities phone no 4568 Madeline Hoover editor u. D. Presents Confederate volumes to College Library on Lee s birthday at the Chapel program at High Point College thursday morning which Marks the birthday Date of Robert e. Lee Confederate general. The High Point chapter United daughters of the confederacy will formally present to the College Library a set of books entitled a the Rise and fall of the confederacy by Jefferson Davis. Which Are being donated in behalf of the chapter by mrs. A. T. Wish Art immediate past president of the chapter in memory of her late father Thomas Decourcey Osborne. The presentation will be made by mrs. H. P. Morrison who succeeded mrs. Wishart to the presidency and mrs. H. A. W Hite College librarian will accept the books in behalf of the College. Or. G. I. Humphreys College president will lend the opening devotional and or. P. E. Lindley Dean at the College will talk on Lee. Miss Janet Russell head of the music department at High Point College will Render piano music liking a Melody of Southern airs As appropriate music for the latter. The program gets underway at ten of clock and serves the double purpose of honouring this great Confederate Leader Robert e. Lee on his birthday and presenting books on the confederacy to the College. Legion auxiliary will meet with mrs Jack Burris the meeting of the local unit. American legion auxiliary scheduled to he held tomorrow with mrs. N. L. Carne on West Ibex in ton Avenue has been changed due to illness in the Home of the hostess and will be held instead at the Home of mrs. Jack Burris. 1 200 Johnson Street according to an announcement made this morning by mrs. D. D. Arden unit president. Associate hostesses with mrs burls will includes mrs. Cleo Bertin. Mrs. L. W. Flythe and mrs. Garner. D. Malt Rae judge of municipal court will speak on a leg the topic for the month and mra. Z. V. Conyers of Greensboro eleventh District committee woman of the legion auxiliary will make her official visit to the chapter members Are asked to take note in change of place of the meeting which gets underway at 7 45. Mrs. Turner and or Davis winners at club s Bridge a mrs. Thomas Turner was awarded ladies prize and Hal Davis won men s award at the evening Bridge party of the Emery Wood country club held at the clubhouse saturday evening. Jul Turner received a recipe Book and or. Davis prize was a Kodak Book both of novel design and workmanship. The awarding of prizes followed an evening of enthusiastic play at contract held in the ladies lounge and afterwards refreshments appropriate to the occasion were served. Or. Aud mrs. A c. Idol served As club Host and hostels at this time. Other events on the week s Calendar include the ladies Bridge party tomorrow afternoon when mesdames e. To Howard and p. Y. Adams will serve As hostesses and the dance on saturday evening. When the broadcasters orchestra. Well known coloured band. Will furnish music. The annual meeting of the membership tomorrow evening will be followed by a Stag party for the men of the membership. A a a Oak View . A. And study croup to have joint meeting tuesday the Parent teacher association of the Oak View school will hold its regular meeting at the school auditorium tuesday evening at t Jan at which time the child study group will meet jointly with the association. Mrs mess n Rosa of the worn and a College faculty Greensboro will be the principal speaker of the evening and it is hoped there will he a Large attendance to Beal her it was announced this Moi nig. Jewish women planning meeting for wednesday at Gibson club rooms the High Point Council it jewish women will be entertained by mesdames a. Bernard and barn Shavitz of the regular meeting wednesday evening at j30 of clock. The meeting will he held in the Gibson clubroom on North main Street Chest colds relieve misery of your cold As 3 out of 5 people do Massage Throat Chest Back with Vicks vap rub. Its direct poultice vapor action brings prompt Comfort and Relief. Thomasville Bpwe to hear program on budget tuesday the Enterprise Bureau 8 Commerce Street phone 535 Thomasville Jan. 16. A a program devoted to the establishing and working out of a budget for the coming year will feature the regular meeting of the business and professional Home us a club of Thomasville tuesday. Robert Williams personnel director for the Thomasville chair company will deliver an address entitled a my pay envelope and yours a a giving essential factors in establishing and keeping with-1 in a budget. Program directors for the eve a Ning w ill he miss Marie Jones and miss Maye Livengood. The meet Jing will be held at the Home of i mrs. A. Z Boles on colonial drive and will he preceded by a dinner at 6 15 p. In. Church social Mittie in la lathe As have Reg clan meeting the Mattie Philathea class of Lebanon m. P. Church held its regular meeting at the Home of j irs Esther Flinchum with mrs. I a k l. Hayworth and mrs. Andy j Kine As associate hostesses. Mrs Bue Welborn presided and routine business was transacted. The classes voted to Purchase i new hymnals for the Church and committees were appointed to carry out the plans for this Purchase. Refreshments were served during the social hour which followed the meeting Wesley memorial mothers Tass meets the mothers class of Wesley j memorial Church will meet tues a Day eve thug at 7 30 at the Home of mrs. W. S. Stone 437 West j Lexington Avenue at which time i Lee f. Schaner will be guest speaker. About people miss Elizabeth Morrison Young daughter of or. And mrs h. P. Morrison is improving at her borne 416 West Broad Street where she has been quite ill with tonsillitis and sinus trouble. T a a friends of mrs. A. A Man of Kernersville will he glad to learn that she is getting along satisfactorily at her Home where she has just returned after an operation at the Guilford general Hospital. Parker of Burns is spending some and mrs. Winfred Miller at their Home on Blair Street. Miss Parker is a Cousin of mrs. Miller. Miss Clara Ville. N. A time with or. Why Wash at Home when Damp Wash is so cheap 4vgc each additional Pound la lbs. Shirts finished 8c a. Additional hot mkt Haj phone Altos urn wiry til it it hum s Oil soft waxer laundry office hours 9 . To 12 am a x Jill Jess x a a Max Chadwick Host at children s party on first birthday Max Chadwick entertained a number of his friends with a Pany at the Home of his parents. Or. And mrs l. Ii. Chadwick on route one saturday afternoon ibis being the occasion of his first birthday. Games were enjoyed by the Young guests after which they were served ice Cream and cakes in the Valentine Motif ices being in shapes of hearts. Favors were Novelty balloons and lollipops. Max received Many attractive gifts fro tithe guest invited to share his party. These included Betty Jean Nichols Nancy and Walter Mcghee buddy Matthews. David Ford. Carolyn and Dot Dudley Ann Bain Batt Surrett Pat Elkins Bill and Udell Culler jr., Carolyn and Barry Clapp George Oakley Phyllis and Bobby Fesperman Arthur Lovelace and Ronald and Homer Capps of Burlington. Scarlett o Hara social Calenda monday 7 30 p. High Point business and professional women a club will have a business meeting at the Elwood hotel. Tuesday 3 p. ladies Bridge party of the Emery Wood country club will take place in the clubhouse when mrs Dame e. T. Howard and p. Y. Adams will be associate club hostesses. Reservations must be made in Advance at the club 3 p. Monarch auxiliary will be entertained by mrs Elmer Hedrick at her Home 1106 Madison Avenue. Members Are asked to attend and wives of other Monarch members Are invited to join at this time. 3 30 p. local chapter of the woman a Christian Temperance Union will meet with or. J. Barker at her Home 308 Ottery drive. 6 15 p. business and professional girls club will meet at the local y. W. A. Hut. At which time Thomas w. Sprinkle local attorney will be the speaker. 7 45 p. local unit or the american legion auxiliary will be entertained by mrs. Jack Burr at her Home 1200 Johnson Street. Associate hostesses will be mesdames Cleo Sartin. L. W. Flythe and n. L. Garner. Judge d. Macrae will be the speaker Aud mrs. 7j, v. Conyers of Greensboro Lith District committee woman will be present. 8 p. annual meeting of the Emerywood country club will be held at the clubhouse and will be followed by a Stag party for the men of the membership. Wednesday 2 30 p. In. A the Friendly Garden club will hold its regular meeting at the Home of mrs. A. M Upshaw on Milbourne Heights. 3 30 p. music literature department of the women s club will be held at the Emerywood country club with mrs. A. B. Huff As hostess. W. Bivins will speak and mrs. A. H. Whitley jr., will sing. 3 30 p. In. A the utopian study club will meet with mrs. Lawrence Matton at her Home 213 Hillcrest drive. M. Way Nick will be guest speaker. 8 30 p. High Point Council of jewish women will meet at Gibson clubroom with mrs. A. Bernard and mrs. Sam Shavitz As hostess. Thursday to a. High Point chapter u. D. C., will have a Public presentation of a set of books donated by or. A. T. Wishart in memory of Het father to the High Point College Library the ceremony will take place at Robert Hail. Friday 3 p High Point Branch of Salem College alumnae will meet at the Emerywood country club when mesdames Sander Dallas l. G. Robi Chaux Perry Lovelace and Katherine Raymond will be hostesses. 3 p. Priscilla club will hold its biweekly meeting with mrs. I. Paul Ingle at her Home on Sherbrook court. 3 30 p. Rny the Philemay Thean club will be entertained by mrs. Frank Hunsuker at Lier Home 209 interest drive. Member Are asked to note change of place for this meeting scheduled to be held with mrs. H. A. Millis. Saturday 9 30 p. january dance of the Emerywood country club will be held at the clubhouse. The broadcasters orchestra will furnish dance music Young people have party at Home of miss Julia Setliff a group of boys and girls entertained jointly at a party Given saturday night at the Home of miss Julia Faye Setliff. Games and dances were enjoyed by misses Julia Faye Setliff. Mary Allen Hayes Barbara mat thews Catheri Clifton Kath Leen Hornby Geraldine Hedrick. Elsie Piner Dot Price Violet Yokeley Elaine Kirkman Donna Faye Watson and Caridine Patterson messes Harold sapper Field a a Scooter a Moser Duke Piner. Jack Barri. Wayne Staley Warren Yow Darell and Donald Setliff Ray Keever Charlie Kin sey Bill Taylor and Ross Hedrick. Refreshments were served by mrs. Setliff late in the evening. A w. 0. T. Meeting planned for tomorrow postponed until tuesday january 24 the a o. T. Club which was scheduled to meet tomorrow afternoon has postponed this meeting for one week making the Date tuesday january 24, instead of january 17, As scheduled. This meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. Carter Dalton on Johnson Street St 3 30 of clock. Members Are asked to take note of the change Iii Date of this meeting it was announced this morn lug by or. F. Tomlinson. President of this club. Ninety tier cent of the world lighted airways Are in the United slates. The number of Bishops in the Church of England has trebled in the last 60 years but there has been a decrease of 5,000 clergymen in la same period. Tyio Joaie address your questions about your problems to Marjorie Mansfield in care of the Enterprise. Your letters will be answered in these columns. Dear miss Mansfield i am Twenty four years old trained to make my own living As a stenographer and am living at Home in comfortable circumstances. I cannot get work near Home As we live in the country. And As i Ani the Only child i hesitate to leave my parents. My father makes a comfortable living but he is away from Home a great Deal of the time. My Mother is one of those women who seems to a enjoy ill she thinks she is too ill to go with my father when he travels and is too ill for me to leave Home. When i accept an invitation to a party i never Ani sure that Mother will not develop a heartache. If i want to entertain she is too nervous of i want the car she is Well and tins urgent matter to attend to and must have the ear. I have Hail to face this kind of a life Ever since i can remember and i am getting desperate. What must i do my father understands what i Ani up against but insists or must humor Mother. Please advise me. Helen. Tell your father that you must get away from Home and make your own living for a while. You say he understands your mothers unfortunate disposition. And i feel sure that if you convince him that you Are in Earnest that he will help you. Get your plans All lined up and your fathers cooperation then break the news As gently As possible to your Mother and get out a quickly As possible. Do i not prolong your misery and give your Mother Days of anxiety by having her worry Over i whether or not you will get a Job. Tell your plans when Kotlier about Jour you have definite offer of a Job. In Lier nervous and self entered condition anxiety Ami uncertainty Are doubly hard to Bear. Of she is faced xvii ii the knowledge that you have an offer of a Job whirl will allow you to be Independent she will take the situation More calmly than she could stand the fart that you Are trying to get a Job in order to get away from Home. Play up the fact that at last you have an Opportunity to make use of your education and that although you regret leaving her alone that you have to learn to do for yourself. Do not be budged from your plans be kind but firm. I do not want to give you any false Hopes and i May he entirely mistaken but in cases like your mothers sometimes a definite change in routine a bit of responsibility and a few new interests work wonders in getting a persons mind away from self indulgence and self pity so As an Experiment hoped to be constructive for both you and your Mother i urge you to try to get away from Home at least until you give such an arrangement a fair trial. A India born English of Hara to the screen. Vivian Leigh miss Beane and Jesse Tyson wed in ceremony in Asheboro Church special to the Enterprise Asheboro. Jan. 16 a miss Donza Beatrice Beane of Augusta. A. And Baltimore md., and Jesse Williams Tyson of Greensboro were United in marriage at the presbyterian Church. Saturday evening at 8 30 of clock. Rev. Cothran g. Smith pastor of the bridegroom officiated. The vow were spoken before a background of Palms Fern easter lies and White Snapdragon. White tapers horned in four seven branched candelabra. The program of wedding music was furnished by mrs. L. E. Whitfield organist and miss Margaret Tyson Solo St sister of the bridegroom. Before the Entrance of the wedding party. Mrs. Whitfield played Quot Berceuse from a a Jocelyn a by Godard and a my heart at thy Sweet voice a from a Sampson and Delilah by Saint Sains. Miss Tyson Sang cad Many so at dawning and the Bertrand Brown composition a fall for or. Tyson had a his Hest Man his brother Gene Tyson of this City. Ushers were Joe Moore and Wayne Brown both of Asheboro. The Bride entered on the of her father As the organist played the familiar wedding March from she wore a St Reet la not h dress of powder Blue crepe with wine accessories her shoulder Corsage was of orchids and Valley lilies. Miss Alice Barr of Baltimore Bride As maid of or. And or. Carl Luck of i gab and mrs. Callic Tutt is the son of or and or. Of j. Calli t ult. The attended Honor. Or. Tyson is the daughter of or. And mrs. Edgar in Beane of Augusta a. Upon finishing High school at Augusta she attended Junior College of Georgia. She is also a graduate of Johns Hopkins Hospital school of nursing of Baltimore. Or. Tyson is the son of the late or. And or. T. B. Tyson of Asheboro. He attended North Carolina state College and the University of North Carolina reliving his degree in pharmacy from the University in 1935. He is a member of the Phi Delta Chi fraternity. Following the ceremony an informal receptions was held in the social room of tile Church. The couple left for Florida and upon their return will he at Home at 222 Kat be Street in Greensboro where or. Tyson is employed As pharmacist at Green Street drug company. Added a Doetha reception guests enjoyed the afternoon. Received mrs. Eur the Friday afternoon club held its regular meeting. Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Kemp Alexander on Sunset Avenue. I. Moser who had of the program read an by Nora a in a Pennsyl woman who spent four Iii Germany. The article mrs. Charge article Vania years dealt with miss Walny a experiences in that Tatry and her opinion of Hitler and the nazi government. Rite hostess served Tea and sandwiches at the conclusion of the meeting. Club guests were mrs. J. M. Terrell who is a guest of her daughter or. Reginald Turner and mrs. Howard of Covington Tenn $ miss Edith Frances la. K of Pisgah became the Bride of it Vin Cal Lieut t of Strieby saturday afternoon at 2 o clock in a ceremony performed by Rev. F. R. Cooper. Pilgrim holiness minister St i Home Here. The Bride i the daughter o4 mrs o. R. Blalock entertained at three tables of Rook thursday afternoon for the members of the Priscilla Rook club and three victors. Mrs. Elmer Poe and mrs Herman Cranford of this City and mrs. J. F. White of Archdale. Potted plants Ortive note in room where the Rook throughout mrs. Elmer Price Orsu prize a vase Gene Morris As High Eore Winner among the club member. A awarded a Linen gift Towel. Mrs Maud Dickens Allred who is to leave next week to make her Home in Marion for an indefinite period was honoured with a Shower by the club. Mrs. Blalock served a salad followed by a dessert course. Mrs j. L. Fritz and mrs. Ervin Frye entertained Friday evening at a Charity party As a Courtesy to or. And mrs. Davis Cranford. Who returned from the wedding trip to Florida and Havana. Cuba several Days ago. Or. Cranford and the former miss Margery Mckaughan were married in a Christmas eve service Here at the Home of or. And mrs. S. I. Story the party was held at the Home of or. And mrs. E. In Cranford on Kivett Street and guests were invited to make up eleven tables of Bridge. High score prize was won by mrs. Charles Boss Ong and Neely Hunter made the highest score among the men guests. Or. And mrs. Cranford a gift was Silver in their wedding pattern. For refreshments the hostesses served ice Cream cake mints and nuts. Since returning from their wedding trip the Young couple Are making their Home on Cranford Street. Two meetings tuesday in labor Temple Here dear miss Mansfield i feel that my world has come to an end and that life is no longer Worth living i wonder if you can give me any suggestions to help me through the most difficult trial which can come to any wife and Mother i have been married for Twenty three years. My husband and i worked Side by Side and built up a Little business from the very beginning. And now when i thought we could begin to take things a Little easier maybe travel some he asks me to divorce him so he can marry a girl Young enough to be his daughter. She is a cheap Little flapper miss Mansfield. I know what i Ani saying. I know that she has been fast and careless and is just wanting to get hold of my husbands savings. You May think i Ani just mad because my husband no longer wants me hut i do xxx ant him to he Happy and i know he cannot be with her. They want me to go somewhere and get a divorce quickly and i have flatly refused to do so. I have told them that the Only Steps i will consider is the regular two years separation. Am i unwise they say i am being a a dog in the Manger a Aud am robbing them of happiness but i feel that i must stick to my Resolution As much for my husbands Sake a my own. Of after two year my husband still wants a divorce what must i do my daughter is married and has her own Home. I gave never done Public work of any kind. I know i will be provided for hut xxx hat can i do Xith my time Home making and helping my husband in his work have been is world. Please please advise me. A file be tied stick to your Resolution about the divorce my Friend. They owe you that much and although you must avoid false Hopes of any kind a lot can happen in two years. And do not wait until you Are divorced to plan for the future. Begin now. You can build up j for yourself a Busy useful life even though Many of the Best 1 things Are denied to you. To not lie afraid to face your Friend. Go out with your cilia up determined to make the most of a had situation. Have you Ever thought of starting a hoarding Home for under priv Regis children there is a xxx on Kerful Field there for a real understanding woman who is not afraid of work Ami worry. There Are always Good jobs to he had for settled High Type xxx Omen w to Are callable Aud willing to assume supervision of a household. Get something to do right away my Friend Aud throw yourself into your work determined to make Good. Mid Winter meeting of a fwd to be held in Washington january 17-20 open shirt there will be a special meeting of Overall Pant and workers in the labor Temple 10s 1 -2 East Washington Street tuesday night at 7 of clock. All workers in these categories Are being invited to attend and hear problems of the Needle trades discussed from the standpoint of organized labor Everett Morris Secretary of Central labor Union said. This will be a Short meeting and will adjourn about 8 15 o clock. Immediately afterwards carpenters Aud joiners Union no. 1315, will hold an executive session. Hoyle drum former Peai Dent of the Greensboro typographical Union will speak at the 7 of clock meeting. A Small matter of what kind of Beans a Friend of a gentleman named bean heard that the latter had been arrested and determined to find out yesterday. He telephoned de it a sergeant k. Of Ellington. A say a he asked a have you got a bean in jail a a White or Pinto a asked the desk sergeant. A Law a a said the voice on the other end of the line and the receiver slammed do wit. Washington Jan. 16�?the Hoard of directors of the general federation of women a clubs with every state in the Union represented will hold its midwinter meeting in Washington d. C., january 17-20, the president mrs. Saidie Orr Dunbar presiding. This meting is the first of this administration. New leadership new faces new programs new projects and new objectives will be the order of the meeting. With the keynote of the administration adjusting democracy for human welfare in mind the chairmen of the nine major departments of work will present their programs for the coming three Vear period american citizenship mrs. F. H. Clan men Wisconsin american Home or. Josephine l. Pierce Ohio education. Mrs. Wiley Morgan. Tennessee Fine arts mrs. Carl ii. Schrader. Massachusetts International relations. Mrs. Frederic Beggs new Jersey Junior club women mrs. David s. Lions. Missouri legislation mrs. Gustav Ketterer Pennsylvania press and publicity mrs. Fred r. Lufkin. Illinois Public welfare mrs. Edwin Devens Arkansas. Mrs. Roosevelt will be in Honor guest and principal speaker at one session her subject bring club women and their responsibility to democracy. Mrs. Roosevelt will also receive the members of the Board for m. M. T Lambeth addresses a. At Thomasville special to the Enterprise Thomasville Jan. 16.-t. Lambeth of High Point where he is principal of the Junior High school addressed the Parent teacher association of colonial drive school on a the advantages of a nine months school at its january meeting held at the school thursday afternoon. J. N. Hauss superintendent of the local schools and mrs. Robert Williams. President of the main Street Parent teacher association also spoke briefly on the same subject following or. Lambeth s talk. Or. Lambeth was presented by mrs. W. E. Tomlinson program chairman. Or. Vernon Snyder president of the colonial drive association presided Over a Brief business aes Aion and a group of selections a the Thomasville youth band unde the direction of Pat Leonard concluded the program. Immediately after the Januar. Meeting of the colonial drive Parent teacher association Bel at the school the latter part of the week. Or. And mrs. W. E. Tomlin son entertained informally a their Home on Sunset drive to Hon or the guest speaker at that meet ing m. T. Lambeth principal o the Junior High school at Mig Point and or. Lambeth. Shar ing honors with or. And mrs Lambeth was the teacher of the. Son of the Host and hosted in the local school miss Beulah nor ment. A variety of Spring Flower graced the att Active Home w her supper was served Buffet Sty from a table entered with Art int tic arrangement of fruit. Or Vernon Snyder presided at the Coffee urn in the sunroom. Approximately 30 guests wer present for the affair. Han tells polic he killed woman chicagoan held in for slaving of Roomer at his Home Chicago. Jan. 16. A i desk sent. Thomas Kelliher sail Joseph bores 62, walked into t Racine Avenue police station t Day and made the startling of noun Cement a i killed a the sergeant took Borys into custody and dispatched squat to the Borys Home. There th4 found the body of mrs. Franc Piotrowski 49, a Roomer. Ill beside her heft. Borys v. Be a inca. 62. Was tending the Furna medical examiner said mrs. Jutrowski had been struck Fotja times about the head and Aho Ders probably with a Hatchet. Policeman said mrs. Borys lated How mrs. Piotrowski Rem de a room two months ago Ai that the Trio made a sign agreement that mrs Piotrowsi would care for the couple in they died and then take of their property. The wife said she he screams yesterday morning a Cox a red the body and urged h husband to Call the police by that he said a no i wont go Day i want a quiet policemen who question Borya in his cell said he gave to explanation a Umra. Pitrowski told me t wife and i would have to get o that she did no to want us there a More and the property was h i got mad and Hatchet and struck a Hatchet was pantry. Grabbed at found in Tea at the White House on the afternoon of january is. Contemporary subjects of Public interest and concern including Federal Ald for education Xxiii he discussed both sides being presented by Well known authorities. Plans for the next Council of the general federation to be held in san Francisco May 8-14, will be presented by the chairman of the program committee mrs. Frederick g. Bali of Indiana and mrs. Duncan s. Robinson president of the California federation and mrs. Edward Dexter Knight. There will also be plan for the Post Council tour of Alaska. Instead of holding the sessions at the historic Headquarters of the federation which once was the Home of general Nelson a Miles the session will be held at the hotel Mayflower beginning with a huge reception to which members of both Houser of Congress have been Bidden each invitation carrying the card of the general federation director from his state. In addition Many others High in social and governmental circles Are invited the company always numbering More than 1000. The general federation will soon be 50 years old and plans for the Celebration of this Golden anniversary Are now in the making. The Celebration of this Golden Jubilee 1840-1940 will be a highlight of the present administration. Miss Eleanor Welch to be featured in concert Here on january 22nd Eleanor Welch harpist former member of the High p High school orchestra and National High school orchestra they University of Michigan is now soloist with the pres High school orchestra Here be featured on the annual in w inter concert of the local mils organization being presented sunday january 22 at 4 of cd in the senior High school a thorium. Miss Virginia Frank will i i the orchestra in this program. Suh Ide Concord. Jan. 16.�? Pic. Taylor 60. Was found dead two pistol a sounds in the h Early today in the rear of cafe he operated Here. Guy is hour acting Coroner said committed suicide. Surviving the widow and two children v non and Edna. Schoolmasters club to hear c. M. Waynick talk Capus m. Waynick editor of the Enterprise will address the Northwestern District schoolmasters club at a dinner meeting being held at the senior High school on wednesday evening. January 18, at 6 30 o clock. Charles f Carroll jr., superintendent and d. P. Whitley principal of the High school and or. A r. Henshaw of High Point College Are serving on the program committee Tor Lins meeting. Auto is damaged when it skids and overturns Paul t. Bryant. Ii. Of Hill Crest drive escaped serious injury but his car was damaged we Hen it left the Road and turned Over on Homestead Avenue about 7 o clock last night. Police investigating the Accident said Young or. Bryants car skidded off the Road at the pistol club and then skidded Hack across the Highway and Over turned. Chicago produce Chicago. Jan. 16.�? writer 685.373, steady Creamery Etal 93 score 25s 26 sex 921 2sv� extra firsts <90 25-25 i firsts 88-89 24 4-seconds 8 4-8 7 a i 23,2 is a Ards 9ft centralized Carlots eggs 3,4 58, steady fresh Gra extra firsts local 19, cars 19 firsts local 18 4. Cars 19 cur receipts 18. A one species of australian Karoo is More at Home in t than on the ground. Do this it you to nervous done to Tike ohs noes on products you nothing shout or rely on temporary when there a need of a food general a tonic like time proven Lydia h. Pink vegetable compound a e cd per iou Toff up from who Otomo hrs on to tool to Pinkham a compound help Bud More no Faical resistance and thus air calming jangly nerve Lessen distress f female functions disorders and Maka Worth living. Frt Over so be one woman Baa snot bar How to go a a smiling thru Pink Ham so Over 1.000.000 women written in reporting glorious Bene must Bis Good

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