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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 21, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page tenth High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center High Point North Carolina saturday january 21, 1939 Walter i Keliel i continued from Page i the Gallup poll reveal that Eleanor Roosevelt is More popular than for. If the president wants to run a third time it looks As if hell have to Start writing a column. Party achievements cited at democratic gathering legislator declares j Piedmont Section in Ascendancy at state legislature tributes to past achievements democracy were mingled with predictions a glorious future for the party at an enthusiastic dinner meeting Given by the High Point democratic executive committee at the Elwood hotel lat night. Upward 125 party members including executive committee members their invited guests and an imposing array Honor guests attended the party a first gathering the new year. Guilford county a representation in the general Assembly with the exception assemblyman Rupert t. Pickens who mailed his Quot regret turned out. And favored the meeting with speeches. The mayor High Point City councilmen the City attorney the postmaster and the Ity judge were among the others recognized by chairman Walter e. Crossman for Brief talks. Representative John w. Caffey Greensboro rewarded with the chairmanship one the most important committees in the House after he Lead the fight for the successful candidate in the speaker ship race heaped Praise upon the democratic organization in High Point describing it As the Quot strongest unit the democratic party in Guilford county Quot and the envy party members in Greensboro. Senator Thomas j. Gold High Point approached the More serious part his speech after humorous prefatory ren\nrk.-, with the declaration that Piedmont North Carolina at last has gained Ascendancy in the state legislature by getting influential men in important places in the Assembly. He placed emphasis the importance the custom Long recognized in Eastern Carolin but new to the Piedmont and West sending experienced men to the legislature where seniority figure in important committee assignments. Sen. Gold is chairman in the upper chamber the legislature judiciary committee no. I and is ranking member the finance committee. Representative Joe t. A Smithers . Of Greensboro chairman the House committee insurance explained that Guilford men have representation 29 the 41 committees in the Assembly. A Brief address w be nine by mayor c. 8. Grayson was followed by a speech Grover la. Jones who. After describing the american government As a gov j a eminent political parties cited a dear Mailer Quot affectionately the achievements the demo writes c. S. Partridge chief an Evau it Levillie a heartened by the promised return variety entertainment set out the other morning to land a Job doing his old juggling act. Quot ill see our old agent a he told his wife Quot hell dig up something for . Later he came Home disgusted. Quot i even get booking to play a Benefit Quot he reported. Quot did you see our old agent Quot asked the wife. Quot Yeh Quot groaned the Juggler Quot and he sold me three pairs sox Quot franc hot tone Quot gentle people Quot is relating the one about the stingy Hollywood producer who finished a film and then invited the cast to a House party. The soup was thin the main course nearly blew away when someone opened a w window and Coffee was served in Demi Tasse thimbles. After the alleged meal ended the producer pulled out a bottle Hooch and offered hts guests a drink. A bit player staud the producer s cheapness and said he did not care to indulge. Quot Picaso Pardon me Quot he said sarcastically Quot i never drink an empty a Man whose mind is a Blank he a suffering from amnesia was the Quot we the people program and it was quite a Story in the newspapers. What a news about that. Look How Long Bernie been broadcasting. At the Algonquin Alexander Woollcott asked Dorothy Thompson what she forecast for Germany during 193. Quot that is impossible to answer Quot replied miss to. Quot it is still 1938 in Germany. 1939 refused to come . Barney Gallant who ought know about such things says the Best cure for a hangover is celery stuffed with roquefort cheese and gobs and gobs Vanilla ice Cream. Has Barney gone Balmy. Add sounds in the night overheard by Rod Maclean Quot which would you rather live in Germany have leprosy Quot talc party in making America Quot a land Freedom a land Liberty and a land Tydings flays political activities president font in lied from Page i year to forbid political in spa. Debate Over Hopkins was so lengthy Sena for la do a also spoke for five hours that majority Leader Barkley Kentucky decided to delay a vote until monday. Even Hopkins opponents conceded he would be approved. The mirrors Quot lobster trick a Quot in response to your inquiry january 16. As to change in your review a the importance being Earnest a lifeless Stinker to a lifeless show a i advise that word Stinker was taken from copy by me because i have been ordered to take words that character out copy. Because the importance the word Stinker to Rte Ivy dramatic criticism i suggest that you ask the editors for special ruling said word. Yours Sprinkle gasoline service from seaports saves serves satisfies tax per paid iu2c gallon Sprinkle service station Gion n. Main St. May tic it s not new to you but to me it s funnier than Quot hell a poppin Quot in an inn. Near Berlin a tourist asked the proprietor How business was. Quot Fine Quot replied the owned. ,. Quot so it is True Quot said the tourist Quot that things Are better since Hitler came into Power Quot. responded the innkeeper Quot things Are wonderful now. One country. On Leader and one customer Quot had g give your family the Best use i be refrigeration a oar Beautiful refrigerator a Price and terms arum Surprise Roo Central Ink deliver i in i Sis West Broad Street phone Ooi n run two j City fuel co. Mrs. Charles v. Blake owner50 Park Streitl pm Ove us Hitler fires two More in reichs6ank shake up f ont Nueil from Page i j a badge military fitness and made its acquisition the Quot basis for pre and Post military training. Quot every Man has the moral duty to win the a storm troop badge military fitness in preparation for army said the decree. This Means that male germans with few exceptions will be in uniforms some kind almost from boyhood to old age. There were indications that Shacht. Around whose head the storm broke yesterday might be a a barged with continuing negotiations with George Ruthlee. American director the intergovernmental committee refugees concerning emigration German jews. German officials said flatly that negotiations would continue and that they were halted Only temporarily while Hitler rear i led the Rele Hubank. Shacht was the author a plan coupling expanded German exhorts with nazi cooperation in moving germans out Germany and had been berlins Contact Man with the Rublee committee. The Stock Exchange reflected professional dealers interpretation Hitler s moves As Quot inflationary Quot by advancing from two to three per rent in leading stocks. Yesterday the Market moved Forward an average about one per cent. Elder Mill speak elder H. Pittman editor the advocate and messenger will conduct services at the High Point primitive Baptist Church this afternoon at 3 clock tonight at 7 30 clock and sunday at 11 a in. $25 a Reward a $25 i to the one who bring us a pair shoes that we cannot repair v will give 135 absolutely free. City shoe shop Commerce a opposite Security rank blog. Boxing matches pit Quot a Quot against g Greensboro i he met Hgt my by Quot boxing team will Battle the Greensboro v. I. \ a. Tonight i 8 clock in a series matches Ai the High Street Arena. Both teams have reported their squads in tip top shape for the hoofs. Ferdinand is seen at local school Junior 11 i Jill pupils present unusual Chapel program the Junior High school pupils this week in a Chapel program have had an Opportunity both to witness and take a part in the antics a a Ferdinand the Bull a that interesting and comic creation Munro Leaf. The pupils having part were under the guidance miss Alma Andrews. Originally intended As a children a Story a a Ferdinand the Bull Quot has become a favorite sophist ated grown ups both in America and Europe. Bobby Gayle prepared the audience for an understanding and appreciation the Quot skit a by telling the origin and history the redoubtable Ferdinand. John Mcfarland and Jimmy Ronkese were Ferdinand fore and aft while Jennie leu Jones played the part the Mother cow. Taking the parts the Little Bull who grew up with Ferdinand were George Brown. J. D. Holland. Edgar Dyer and Quot san rely Jessup. The Quot men Quot who ram from Madrid to choose the beat Bull for the Arena were Iceland Noel i Ted Young. H. J. Sepp Junius idol and Jimmy Ellington. Flaring advertising signs at the Arena telling hair Oil and chewing tobacco As Well As spirited posters Ferdinand in action artist Jacqueline Price featured the unique and realistic background. The Lovely who sat in the grandstands with Flowers in their hair were Marguerite Murray Tommy Stanton. Billy Frazier Anna Lou doctor. Peggy Jane Bryant. Leoda Hall. Marjorie Payne. Nancy Woolen. Frames turn ago. Hazel satyr and Jennie a Gnu Jones. The hande whose business it was to prod Ferdinand and make him mad. W Ere Clyde my Kinnon. Elton Beck j. E Hipps Raymond Nance and Billy Short. The Pic adores. On Skinny horses were Meredith Slano and Virgil Bray. Cornin Glast All As the Matador and his a word bearer were Horace Haworth and Keith Kearns. There was action enough up to a certain Point the hat Delios and Pic adores prodded Ferdinand and Trie to make him fight but Ferinand just Lay right Down and smelled the Lovely Flowers in the ladies hair. So that was the comic end the Hull fight. The Story was read Over the amplifier by Stanley Saunders. A. Am mrs. Bodenhamer sues for s25.000 vet Ion brought Herr against w. T. Loy it a suit in which the plaintiff Ai is for 25,000 damages for the death her husband was instituted in municipal court Here today by mrs. A Bodenhamer against my t. Loyd rocking Ham county. Suing As administer matrix the estate the late j. H. Jake Bodenhamer. The plaintiff alleges that her former husband. Killed in an automobile Accident pm meat Lexington Avenue november 24, last died As the result wounds proximately caused by the negligence the defendant. The complaint charge specifically that . Bodenhamer. Who a car turned crosswise in the Road in the rain and Snow. Was struck by an automobile driven by . In Kyd. Following the Accident and death . Bodenhamer. Or. In id was exonerated a charge manslaughter. Or. Bodenhamer who was 35 years old at his death was operator a service station Lexington Avenue. Founding kiwanis clubs is celebrated at local club meet a program in Celebration the anniversary the founding kiwanis clubs was held at the meeting the High Point club at Elwood hotel yesterday. The program a sin charge the education committee the club headed by a. E. Tate. Seven charter members the local club who Are still Active were recognized. They Are l. Matte H. Sechrest O. Lindsay j. Siceloff l. It. Terry. Or. W. F Clayton and a e. Tate the Al waste club was founded january 21, 1915. Mayne Bundy and Morris Jones were Welcome into the club As now members. A e. Gibson we As a visitor. Laguardia pauses for Relief during a pause in the Senate subcommittee hearing the deficiency Relief Bill new Yorkus mayor Laguardia rested his eyes and meditated perhaps his plea for an $875,000,000 appropriation re Quested by president Roosevelt. Hanes believes administration s Reform program about Complete Winston Salem n. A Jan. 21. Map a business had assurances today from John w. Lianes undersecretary the Treasury that he believed the administration had substantially completed its Reform program. He said at a chamber Commerce dinner last night that signs indicated a Long and sustained period Good business increased production and employment. And he indicated belief that the government would concentrate its efforts economic recovery. Hanes who is the Treasury official in charge faxes gave no Promise a balanced budget in the immediate future and no indication what tax changes the administration might propose Quot i do not believe it possible As a practical matter Quot he said Quot to reduce Federal expenditures to the $6,000,000,000 level. Nor do i believe that it is possible to in crease tax rates to Levy new taxes that will raise Federal Revenue by 50 per cent that it is expedient to undertake to do so x x x. Quot furthermore the very act such an increase in the rate Structure now would tend to destroy the Promise cooperation Between business and government which i am convinced is alone capable bringing about in the reasonable future a situation under which income and outgo May he brought into approximate Manes recalled the paragraph in president Roosevelt a annual i message to Congress saying the period internal conflict in i launching the program social Reform had been passed. The undersecretary was formerly in Wall Street. Ile came to the securities commission a Boul a year ago Bud was transferred to the Treasury last july. Action monopoly Memphis proceeds Issue is predicted with Power plans committee might by x Hotl to wind up probe soon by j it k Hull Kington. Jan. 21 usually reliable today that pre had indicated the tonal economic be asked to wind Hon monopoly up res reported tit Roosevelt a in Horary a Salt the might its Investtga-1 10 that con m Emph is. Tent., Jan. 21.�? the City Memphis resumed Filiti Speed construction today a duplicate electric system to compete with the Memphis Power a Light company. Negotiations for Purchase m. P. A l. Apparently reached an in Long session Thomasville court Greensboro Man ordered to pay $137 in wreck Case the Enterprise Bureau Commerce Street phone 515 Thomasville Jan. 21.�?in a lengthy Case which extended City court at Thomasville until late afternoon Friday Jack Bradley 315 8. Spring St., greens Boio was found guilty reckless driving and ordered to pay $437.45 to c. F. Crouse for damages done to the latter a car in a wreck occurring Here recently judgment the charge reckless driving was suspended payment costs. Bradley spiralled the judgment to Superior court and Bond was set at $400. A Rouse was found not guilty reckless driving in the same Case. W. House 217 Carmalt St., Thomasville was found guilty reckless driving and was fluid $50 and costs including $9 for use the Johnson town Tele phone company. His Drivers License was revoked for 12 months. Russell Small Thomasville was i convicted it reckless driving and paid costs but was acquitted a charge hit and in. William a a Bill Quot Wagner High i Point was convicted assault and had judgment suspended provided he pay costs which included $6 for the use h. B. Bray and $10 doctor Allison charged with assault failed to appear when called. Louis spiny Charlotte and Thomasville charged with Drunken driving was found guilty and ordered to pay $50 Fine and costs. I his Drivers License was revoked for 12 months. Harrison Doraett charged with drunkenness paid costs. I. E. Stout charged with drunkenness paid costs. Bill Skeen. Negro was acquit Ted a charge interfering with a an officer. U. S. Navy envoy leaves for Spain i o \ m1 it Iii Hemen a1 Venieri Waii citizens Barcelona Falls Paris Jan. 21.�?f/p a Captain Francis a Cogswell United states naval attache Here left today for Barcelona As reports told rapid strides by the Spanish insurgent army toward the government capital. The 7.050-ton United states Cruiser Omaha is at Ville Franche the French Riviera about 300 Miles by sea from Barcelona and could Rush to the Spanish coast to remove United states citizens in Case emergency. The Omaha however has received no a steaming orders. She Bureau roads approves tracks project work order tangle Auto workers worse notes discord in i Ilion Hea Cli new High Detroit. Jan. 21.�? up a a the notes discord in the United automobile workers Crescendo de to a new High today with the suspended leaders one faction suspending and preparing to impeach their chief opponent a who suspended them in the first place. The tangled situation in the now Dis United Auto workers took the aspects a merry go a round that never stops the riders just chasing each other around in circles. The Daw was in affect a Duel Union with this incongruous lineup no president but one claimant to the office two Secretary treasurers two executive hoards holding Forth in separate hotels while the International Headquarters were closed rival Bosses for a single weekly Union paper and two conventions to elect officers to be held in different cities in March. Some observers predicted that Only the courts could straighten out the intricacies in which groups led by and opposing Homer Martin. Who retained his claim to the presidency found Tell Nisei pc involved. Neither Side gave any inkling. Though that it was contemplating Legal action. The intramural squabble which has soldered and broken into a conflagration repeatedly since the big automotive strikes 1937 reached a new Peak yesterday. First Martin former minister who had headed the Daw since it parted from the american federation labor in 1936, announced the suspension 15 the executive Board s 2 4 members after they had reduced his authority until he was Only a figurehead then last night the suspended 15 Board members and two others unanimously adopted a Resolution suspending Martin As president and calling for his impeachment eight charges. Seduction and abortion charges against youth warrants charging seduction and an attempt to procure an abortion were preferred by police Here last night and today against Newt Wood 22, 517 White Oak Street. Wood was arrested and jailed last night a warrant charging seduction Murrell Cross Springfield Avenue and after an investigation police today issued the warrant accusing the youth attempting to procure an abortion could reach the Spanish coast in j by advising the use a Medicine to 12 hours. J bought from a local drug store. Embassy officials have listed j Bonds the two charges to about 100 persons who would be tales $1,000, and Wood remained entitled to i9fuge and removal be in jail this afternoon in default could act the Issue at this session. These ates reports in the Borah i eral licensing Bill that this measure i iou pm in a red adv Honey fed their Hopes i form the do i nist ration supported Lamal weather today noon. 5 Low last night. 33 High yesterday. 49the Eldorado mines great Bear Lake in Canada and the belgian Congo mines in Africa Are the two commercial source Radium in the world. Oasis legislation. The Bill by senators Borah t a Idaho and Mahoney l Wyo provides for licensing ail corporations which have assets $100.-000 More. It would give the Federal Trade commission Broad Powers to regulate such corporations. Providing specifically that a License to do business should be denied concerns entering unlawful combinations in restraint Trade. Senator Borah a member the monopoly investigating committee. Told reporters today he intended to seek action the Bill soon although the committee has not been expected to report its findings for some months. Senator Mahoney also indicated he would not be averse to Early congressional consideration the measure although be is committed to an exhaustive study the economic situation by the committee. Of Mahoney is chairman that group. While some legislators said they believed the administration might accept the Borah Mahoney Bill As a basis for legislation they predicted that extensive changes might he made in its form and additional senators added to the list authors. In Fri an a a the Guilford county realty transfers High Point township Grayling realization corporation to Ola Haskell Mclaughun and wife. Tract Crawford Street. General realty company to Mae Brown tract Park Street. G. E Mcdowell and wife to j. M Mcdowell and wife tract Tate Street. Nina s Carroll and husband to David c. Bodenheimer and Millard h Bodenheimer tract adjoining property mrs. Annie Edwards. Bettie Corbit to Ralph Waldo slate and wife tract rotary Street. Equitable life Assurance society to mrs. Gussie Levine tract adjoining property w. H. Welch. Friendship township a c. Hattaway and wife to j. E. Miller and wife tract Salisbury Road. Morehead township w t. Martin and wife to Harvey White and wife. Tract Sylvan Road. Gilmer township Fulward b Benjamin and wife to Harry h Clenendin and wife to h l. Coble and wife tract fifth Avenue. Harry h. Clenendin and wife to Kemp c. Clenendin and wife tract fifth Avenue. M c. Taylor and others to c f. Oce . And others tract pleasant Garden Toad. Passe yesterday when Power Ron i Pany officials refused to re con i mend to stockholders acceptance j either the City a alternate i offers. The company officials notified the City that the $18,127,000 offer for the company a and electric properties would be submitted to stockholders Quot without the $13,500,000 offer for the electric system provided the company would lower rates had been flatly rejected chairman Thomas h. Allen the Light and water commission replied Quot the Power company has no offer to submit to its stockholders. Our offer held Only until no the City had refused tension time to Consic proposals. Bugs Horan acquitted conspiracy charge Chicago Jan. 21. A a it a George Quot bugs Quot Moran one the Topmost gangsters spawned during the prohibition Era has emerged unscathed again from another tangle with the Law. The one time Arch enemy Ai Capone was acquitted by a jury last night charges conspiracy to counterfeit and pass travellers checks. Also acquitted were Frank Parker known an tile Quot air plane and Frank Hie Ketts a former convict. All were accused being leaders in a plot to Cash $62,000 in counterfeit american express travellers checks and to Issue a total $500,000. Two killed four Hurt in Charleston crash Charleston. 8. Jan. 21, a by two persons were killed and four others injured none seriously. In a pre Dawn automobile Accident just North the City limits today. The dead were identified As Philip Johnson 19, Charleston and b. M. Glass. 23, an enlisted Man at the a s. Navy Yard Here and a so lion James m Glass Alberta City Ala. County policeman Gene Herron said others Iii the car were by Scott a Sailor the d. S. S. I Umpqua a Navy Yore tug L. I grave and John Birch Navy enlisted men and Tom Pickett j who lives near the Yard the officer said the ear a new j Sedan apparently went out control while rounding a curve land struck two Telegraph line poles ripping off a door and spilling the occupants. Herron said Scott was driving an inquest was ordered. J sides about 50 american veterans the Spanish governments in i Lei National brigade who have been demobilized but have not yet been Able to leave Spain. Among the too civilians Arr about 70 puerto Picans and filipinos. It was pointed out that while that Industrial directories have been received by chamber Commerce two new directories Manu Generalissimo Francisco Francois i fact users have just been received armies apparently were advancing by the High Point chamber rapidly they still were nearly 30 i Commerce it was Learned today Miles from Barcelona and the from Secretary f. J. Sizemore. Government army defending a the new books Are the Quot North preaches to the capital was be j Carolina reference and Indus Steved intact. I trial directory Quot and Quot Thomas the lives americans and Register american Man fac other foreigners in Barcelona might by endangered in Street fighting if defense the City were to be carried that far. Also if government authority should collapse there would to danger rioting before the arrival the insurgent forces. Captain Cogswell who has made frequent trips to Spain during the two and one half years civil War was accompanied by lieutenant commander Roscoe ii. Olill Uekoetter. Assistant naval attache in the Paris embassy who also is familiar with the Spanish situation. Deputies raid station. Take 20 pints whisky High Point deputies the Guilford county sheriffs office accompanied by a state Highway patrolman raided a a. Morgans service station the High Point Friendship Highway this morning and seized for confiscation 20 pints tax paid whisky in assorted brands. Officers said they found the whisky in the House . Morgan and in a garage Back the service station. No arrest was made they stated. Morgan was said not to have been at Home at the time the raid. Deputies whee loss j. F. Jones. L. G. Jones and e. H. Burrows and patrolman t. A Burdette made the raid. the latter contains lists All the manufacturers in the United states. These volumes . Sizemore said Are available to the Public for use at the chamber Commerce. Big Bill station entered last night the police department reported today that big Bill service station. No. I. Located the Thomasville Highway just outside municipal corporate limits was broken into last night and $5 in Cash and to Cartons cigarettes stolen. Entrance into the building was made officers stated through a window. A Coin Box in an electric phonograph was smashed and its contents estimated at $3, removed. The first message transmitted from England to France by submarine Cable through the English Channel was in november Issi four prisoners escape from u. S. Reformatory Chillicothe o., Jan. 21 a j2p a four prisoners escaped from la. S. Industrial reformatory Bere Early today. Allen i. Shank education supervisor said they Quot just walked he identified the four As Oscar Cordia 20. Of Rockingham n r., serving a three year Auto theft term Tommie Hunter. 20. Of Knoxville term., serving a two year term for stealing foul inter state shipments. Wilfred r Mehaffey 21. Of Knoxville serv ing 13 months for Auto theft and Horace Yonker. 17, Raleigh. N. C., serving 18 months for Auto theft. State deaths mks. W. Stokes Denton Jan. 21 mrs. W. Stokes. 77, died at Hei Home in Newsome Friday afternoon after an illness nine weeks she1 was a member a w Ell known stanly county family. She is survived by her husband two daughters mrs. H. A Byrum. Of Morganton. Mrs. Fred y. Ket Ner. Of Concord and two sons. Paul f. Stokes Troy and h. Val Badgett Denton. Funeral services will be conducted this afternoon at 3 clock at Jackson Hill methodist Church by Rev. H. Kennedy. The Hody will lie at the Church for an hour prior to the funeral. Burial will he in Clear Springs cemetery. Order Falls for sliding Hood Hank building contractor ordered to work an obstacle Quot Bidi bad canal considerable delay to Worl tile Grade crossing prod Ber a was removed y estonia1 when till Federal Bureau to Public roads approve Ai $8, work order for shoring the Hood Hank building. The state Highway and pub Ltd works commission apprised that a approval gave orders to ill contactor Here today to Belf work the shoring and the Roma rider the retaining Wall the North Side the embankment. The work order specify Lonj soloing work not included in Thi original plans the project hat been pending since last septet Ber and its failure to come through delayed Progress work the contractor after the conic Letioa the first half the Mal Street Bridge. That hindrance boing remove contractors have commenced preliminary work in the construe Troj the retaining Wall Between main and Wrynn streets. The Wall the contractors say will b Ai to in portion the temporary Brid at main Street is torn Down the Structure being necessary Foj hauling materials from the gout Side the tracks. Meanwhile forma for the lad Section the Wall West mail Street have been built and Wor men Are expected to pour the Section today. The Federal Bureau it is und stood Ahe order As in Quested by the City which mean that the Agency will Bearth entire expense for the work. Hitherto the City Council a agreed to pay the difference by tween the amount the govern Merit would expend and Actu costs the constr Union. 4. Ii. Onion and company the Highway commissions contract will he in charge the work crime expert in visit Here today lieu. Of i i a j. Burkel Ltd speak Iii Greem Boron sunday lieutenant Eddie j. Burker it tired the Rochester n. A a a it lies a an expert in crime inv Stigi non specializing in police photo Raphy. Was in High Point Tod a visiting the local police Deparl ment a Bureau investigation. I lecture police photography we highlight the program to North Carolina association identification St a Quarter j Greensboro tomorrow morning. I High Point in february. 19 and an affiliate the intern tonal association for identify in rum will an a a Lection off cers at the meeting. Sergeant Jack w. Mcmahon St Bureau investigation is pre i will preside at the meeting. Photographs taken at Exchange club meeting the project photographic the members the High poin Exchange club was launched i when about a dozen mein Bei were photographed by j. J. Vej Hatton. Tho project will he con join cd with More photograph being taken at the next Merlin . G. G. Perry won the Tendance prize Mavity this City formerly a member d the Exchange club at Rossville ga., was a visitors. M. L. A Rick president presided Over to meeting. Plans were made for National representative thl Exchange club to to Hora fell Mary to. Funeral services. Mrs. Hedgecock held Friday funeral services for i Sophia Ann hedge a a 7wido the late John d. Hod c p c i who passed away at her Horn in High Point route Carl thursday morning after a scrim ill tvs four weeks Lim at lot were conducted from the la residence Friday afternoon 2 30 clock by . A. B. Col Rad pastor the first Baptis Church and Rev. A. Lincoln full pastor the North main Stro Baptist Church. Burial follow at the family plot in the de Rifer cemetery. The pallbearers were i Mien King Alton White Ivy Mottinger Roscoe Linard. Eal neat Crouch and Ray Craven. Large number attended the Serj ices and the Flowers were Mal and Beautiful. James lick did not live to s the completion the observant he founded. Why Wash at Home when Damp Wash is so cheap la lbs. C shirts finished so a. 4/tc each additional Pound additional americans rank second to scandinavians in Coffee consumption per capita. Phone 3303 laundry High Point Only Sott water laundry i

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