High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 17 1926, Page 3

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 17, 1926, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise sunday. January 17. 1926 pact $ Jack editor the Jamestown Weed Bax Ady. Mgr. Vol. I High Point n. C., january 17. 19 26. No. 9 i would prefer having my hams omitted from the scroll than have it Graven there under false pretence or bankrupting pledges. Jack i can easier teach Twenty what were Good to be done than to be one of Twenty to follow mine own teaching. The merchant of Venice High Points duty to High Point College me hymn no. 396�?�?�0, fora heart to Praise my Benediction. Organ postlude a March de fete a barrel. A a a a it or in ti1seri0us offence is i report of Neau heu under Bond Seal work one of Complete line ladle Home journal patterns with the min. Erva Goble <3 Complete Lim ladles Howe journal patterns with the min. Erta guide l father of girl in Case indicates that another charge will be filed faced with a deficit of approximately $25 too in pledged Money As an inducement for the High Point College to locate in this City a Campaign committee has been working and eating its Way toward the goal of Complete fulfilment of the pledge which pledge was and is a part of the obligations of every citizen of the City to make Good the word of Honor that so much financial assistance would be Given in the event this College would cast its lot with us. After two Days of High pressure campaigning the totals of additional pledges still show a deficit of too much. Without any semblance of attempt to criticize hut with the Earnest desire to smooth the Road to ultimate Success in the fulfilment of our duty to keep the Faith it appears to be True that a part of the failure to collect on the first pledges May to a certain degree be signed to the insistent enthusiasm of the solicitors. It has been pointed out that one Man pledged himself to pay six Hundred dollars that Man is a Laborera his wages Are about five dollars a Day a he pledged Over one third of his actual earning capacity for any Given year. What a child possibly happen under such circumstances nothing but Tho realization that he had signed a bankrupt warrant under the stress of insistence. He wanted to do his full share a interested in the welfare and up building of the Community he has probably tinted himself to meet his pledge others who were similarly a High pres us Rcd probably realized their utter inability to meet the Calls and As a consequence repudiated Tho entire debt and a a pledge for such a cause is really an honest debt. We have men in the City who can More easily subscribe and pay ten thousand dollars than this particular Man could pay his six Hundred. Several the thousand Dollar group have pledged and paid their original subscriptions and Are doubling their former donations. No solicitor can possibly know the plans for Charity and other expenditures that Are in the mind of the person approached and frequently the years budget has not been completed at the time of the Call yet they do not seem to understand that it is much easier for someone to plan How ones Money shall be spent than it is for that someone to get his hands on the actual Money. Another thing that has made the solicitation of additional funds More difficult is the fact that the average person does not half begin to realize the value of the College to the City. It is claimed and is reasonable to the cold facts of figures that the College during Tho past three semesters has saved Over forty thousands of dollars to the City at Large. These figures being based upon the idea that Over a Hundred local students have attended the colleges lived at Home but that College life in other words a College in each door Yard no room rent no Board Bills just the actual tuition yet surrounded and enhanced by the College spirit Alma mater stuff very dear and essential to the present Day youth something lots of us failed in having yet and still acknowledged As a serious regret and bom envy for modern and. Vantages. And still again another important and misunderstood features the High Point College while originally of methodist protestant Parac Tage is not such As could be strictly termed a denominational College a there Are very few of those outside of the parochial schools the creeds and disciplines of protestant churches Are of such interwoven ideas As to allow one to worship goo under one Steeple As Well As another. We Are informed that there Are several Church affiliations and five or six nationalities represented in the student Roll of our College. We Are further informed that the methodist protestant Church subscribed thirty six thousand dollars toward the fruition of the original plan to invite this College to build itself Bere. Less than a majority of the professors and teachers Are of Tho m. P. Faith but All christians so what a the difference we All look on the one almighty so Why worry whether we think we must be sprinkled or immersed whether have our pastors chosen by direct vote of the congregation or assigned by a Bishops whether called from one flock to another a or he May succeed to the guidance if his charges so Long As he May be qualified to guide. Lets meet our obligation to High Point colleges but lets not Paupe Rize any one in doing it lets not ask anyone to sacrifice any pet charities to the Benefit of the College but permit those so inclined to suggest their own ideas of their financial sense of duty thus will result a Complete settlement of High Points duty to the College nearly $800 included in december report with More to be rep6rted soon the anti tuberculosis Christmas health Seal report for december shows a total of $779.14 already collected with several Hundred dollars still to be reported according to an announcement made yesterday by mrs. Owen Smith chairman and miss Ruth Welborn Secretary and treasurer. The report of the chairman a o includes the amount of Money spent in the various schools of the City to provide proper food such As milk for undernourished children. The amount for each school is As follows Emma Blair $29.40. Elm Street $27.30. Cloverdale $27.02. Ray Street $24.50. Oak Hill $11.76. Grimes Street $17.64. A sum of $28.50 has been spent for the same purpose in private Homes during the past month. The chairman also announced that Ray Street school is to be tile health demonstration school for this year and a class of about 20 undernourished children is a being Ore Aniced in that school. Material for the class has been ordered from the state tubercular association and is expected very soon. Those who have not yet sent in their checks for the seals Are urged to do so at once and also to make them just As generous in amount As it is possible to do. Attention masons there will be a called communication of Numa f. Reid Lodge no. 344, a. F. And a. M., monday night at 7 30. Work in entered apprentice degree. By order. J. P. Williamson w. W. E. Herndon Sec. Bryant Hull 25, arrested Friday night charged with a carnal knowledge of a irl under 16 years of age will to All probability according to police have another such charge placed against him before his Case is completed. It was said in police circles that the girls father declared other similar charges were being prepared and would be similar to the one he As arrested on. Hull was arrested on a warrant at the Home of his father 807 Park Street by officers r. F. Russell and j. E. Eller. The arresting officers declare i they knew nothing of the Case As the prisoner refused to discuss it with them. He is in jail in default of $5,-000 Bond under which he was ordered held for a preliminary hearing tuesday morning. In All probability the court room jul be cleared of All spectators As the Case is expected to cause much excitement. It was Learned in police circles yesterday however that the principal witness for the prosecution is his sister in Law. Life Al subject of Sermon today another interesting subject Given for evening serv Good music ice a your Dellsite aim in life a is to he tile subject of the message of the morning worship at the Central friends Church today. Rev. Tom Sykes will preach at both the morning and evening services. The order of worship follows morning worship at la o clock. Organ prelude a Hyatt. Hymn no. 179�?�?ofountain of Grace Rich full and scripture Reading and prayer period. Hymn no. 194�?�?~�?~praise my soul the King of children a Story period. Hymn no. 243�?�?~�?~o Saviour precious offertory a a pastel a Thompson. Anthems a to blessed Saviour mine a Wooler. Message by Tom a. Sykes a your definite aim in Organ a postlude March a Merkel. Evening worship at 7 80 o clock. Organ prelude a song without words a Steele. Hymn no. In a father again in Jesus name we scripture Reading. Hymn no. 183�?�?ohow Sweet the name of Jesus prayer period. Quartet Tel a a my thee a Norman Mendenhall june other. Message a Christian Jesus i love Fidler Willard Barker y. World in at Odell a Silver clothing store has new management Milton Silver who for years a been president of the n. H. Silver company has sold his interest in the business to his two brother Phillip and Robert Silver and the fomer president will now devote his entire time to the real estate business which he has been engaged for some years. Or. Silver started in the clothing business Here at the age of 14. He became engaged in business then with his father and after the letters death he became president i of the business. I Enterprise want ads bring Quick results a i i a sir i s i i in i i s i i ii a a i i it i it cutting them Loose in Yard goods for monday 3 in a Yard wide suiting stripes and solid colors. Extra Fine material Ani priced at Only Yard 48c "<159c crepe de Chine a wonderful assortment of shades to select from. The Price is reasonably Low for the Quality of material 54 Inch woolens attractive patterns newest shades. Few patterns Wool Jersey any of this to go by a card Vav i .98 i .98 i a i i i a i i a i i Ai i in ii new Wool crepe just received six new patterns. Newest weaves and shades Wool crepe newest shades figured pattern 59c, 69c, 98c, $1.00 ready made window curtains crocheted bed a spread soda jul i in ii to Yards Long cloth. $1.00 81x90 coloured bed Sqq spreads �djls/0 Money to lend on improved High Point property # Greensboro Bank amp Trust co. Loan agents n. Y. Life ins. Co. Piedmont ins. Amp realty co. Local representatives 1st mortgage 2nd mortgage 42x36 Pillow cases. 81x90 sheets. 19c 89c 81x90 Hemstitch of i de sheets. Pickett bleaching my suiting Yard 39c one table of silk Stripe suiting in Large assortment of patterns to select the serviceable school or Street dress from 32 Inch Gingham cd. Pretty dress patterns of 32 Inch dress Gingham. 15c underwear crepe. 15c All colors of wrinkle underwear crepe special Plain White with ready to hang Price. Pink and Blue ruffles pair ruffles 59c $1.00odell�?Ts january Sale of China and glassware Sale begins tomorrow 9 a. Two Days Only an Economy event watched for and taken advantage of by Many Home makers just How Many people look Forward to our january Bale of China and glassware can in a measure be gauged by the Many inquiries that have preceded our announcement of the beginning of this Economy event. For Many years people have instinctively turned to Odell Schina sales confident that new China could be purchased with a minimum of expense. This year will prove no except for to the High reputation attained by our previous events. Plans arts Complete and we Are ready. When you get Odell s China or glassware you just can t help feel eng the least bit conscious of the Quality. The feeling May Wear off but the Quality won to Odell. Piedmont Branch 519 s. Elm Street Whitt Wojt yurts Greensboro n. China and gift shop first floor Odell s builders s i ppm in. 327 s. Davie Street better constructed Homes mean happier Homes let us serve you Craven construction company inc. 414 commercial Bank bldg. Phone 2015a store of Quality co. End of English Street car line phone 41182 Thrift week an Atlantic building amp loan shares fifth series now Ope Atlantic building and loan shares is an Ideal Way to safely save Money. Its the Ideal Way to own your Home. We solicit your investment in these shares on the basis that you Are helping yourself and at the same time helping us to help build High Point into a greater Home owning Community. If you Are planning to build your Home drop in to see us and let us plan with you we can help you finance the building amp loan associational Atlantic Bank and Trust co. E. Cridlebaugh Sec to. For results patronize the Wani aug

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