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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 21, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Sturday january 21, 1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry Hatch Point North Carolina Page nine new York stocks by Victor Kun Bank new York Jan. 21.�? up a looks toppled i to around i Dills in today a Market As traders hurried to cover on tears of Snider european flare up in the Ike of the ousting of or. Schacht president of the German Rediehs n k. Dealings were fairly Active from a Start but offerings expanded the final half hour sufficiently put the ticker tape behind for Brief interval. There were some Ime barks near the close but re Ivery tendencies were scarce in inst Dej Arf no i Esfi i a a is it t a found Soo too shares for the to hours. I news on the Domestic front was Idera Tely cheering but speculate forces were said to have de hoped More apprehension than Ual Over the foreign Outlook and Fht ening of commitments was the lie after the opening. Steels motors aircraft r a is rails specialities and even one of the recently buoyant util is wire in the forefront of the Lye a Retreat i there were a few exceptions. Jeway stores lilt a new 111131 a when the company s pre diary statement revealed net fits last year amounting to 1.02 a share compared with $2.62 the previous 12 months. Loews used up following yesterday s it dismissal of a minority holders accounting by i t inst the management. Conspicuous on the relapse re v. S. Steel Bethlehem. Genii motors. It Chrysler Westing ise. Johns Manville u. S. Rub Douglas aircraft. American letting. American waterworks 11a be Pennsylvania. Consented Edison and american Tele me Baltimore a Ohio gave ground my Vas an iiid1 Vid Uii i Bond h id of lied in action in the u. S. Dis t court in new York asking a Eiver be a o cd Lur the Nad Londs trailed stocks on the a Down and commodities were Ven. Roth Sterling and the it nah finn weakened in terms ii he Dollar. York Jan 21�? apr final quotation a exp. St reduce. Dolls Jun. To hem Ai Dye. 181 tinny. I chs mfg. 42 Cash. 97 car imy. 29for pow. 3 a pow act. 6% Rad a 8 to. Isi Roll Mehu. 19% smelt a ref. 45 Sui ref. 21� i t154rob r80% a ends. So3, Iii. 5�?~a or. 37 s 4 l24% ref. 22. T corp. 7 a 4 win. 144 i o6% Udall. 17 >4 la a tit. 254 no Airl. 79 in. 17warner. 28 mfg. 27% mfg. 7�, wheel. 5 Mill .131, add Mach. 17let a Hee. 7% dry. 19 pc. 5% on Mills. 32 pm True. 4a in p St r17 a o34st p a of. I Ler. 75% cola. 130 n % a r7credit. So sole. Ll5, us a Stei. It i Bdl. 3d, ii. 8�� can. 40prod. 83 Wright a. 8a Wright a24, Ark act. 7 Aire. 87, chem .129 got. 148 i kind. Is Levolt. 32 a pm a it. Llu me. 224 it it bul. 28�?T, 3ec40roods. So5 a. 48 7a 22bra. 22 or. 33 �?~4 m Paige. 1% r by of. 28 hot. A. 7mot. I7, in. I Lara set. 55lek can. A. 32 ii a Tel. 8% Man. 99% amt. 38�?T, r21, a proc. 22% o r of. So t Myers z102 ,49t re. 22 a Nash. Up Rurek. 28re stores. Io7, Ward. 48 f corp. 7kelv. I iseult. 24us Reg. 234 Lairy prod. 13 Tat. 26% Rad. 23% Owai it. 8> a it .19a Tat. 18to. 23% 12 la. 9% lev. 23% Pac o a e29% Packard. 4% Param Pix. 12 Para of. 99% Penny j c79, Penn Dix. 4% Penn r i Phillips pet. 40 Pitt scr a b7t, pub Ste n j33 i Pullman. 35% pure of. To Dadio. 7% Rad a o2% Rem Rand. 14% rep us. 22 Reynolds b42 a seab Al. % Seabou. 21% Sears. 71v, Shell in. 13ssocony vac. 13 Sou Pac. 18 Sou by a a. 19sperry. 44 std brands. 6% std of Cal. 273 std of lad. 285, std of n j49% St Ewart Warner. 11t� Studebaker. 7r, Swift. 19 j. Tex corp. 45 Tex Gulf prod. 5 Tex Gulf Sui. 31 Timken det a. 18 trans Amer. 7 trans at West air. 8% in carb. 87% in Pac. 95 unit Aire. 37 unit corp. 3% unit drug. 5% unit fruit. Fill unit Gas Imp. 12% u 8 rub. 46 u s pipe. 43 u s smelt a ref. 37 u s steel. 62% Vanadium. 261, Vick chem. 39 Vacaro chem. 4 Warner pie. 5% West Mary. 3% Western Union. 22 i West elec a mfg. Wilson. Woolworth. Yell t a Youngs 8 a final Stock sales 867,380. 109% 4% 49% 19% 48% shrine elects Charlotte Man a. J. Gocking elected illustrious Potentiate Charlotte. Jun. 21.�?</p a a. J. Gocking of Charlotte ruled today As illustrious Potentiate Over the Oasis Temple of the shrine organization. He was elected at the temples annual meeting and ceremonial Here yesterday and Suc get a w. N. Volger of Winston Salem. Volger Wai named High priest and Prophet to succeed the late John c. Hike of Monroe. Other officers named were h. D. Horton of Charlotte chief the mum John d. Shaw of Charlotte assistant Rabban Harold Coffey of Lenoir Oriental guide. Frank l. Moser and Thomas Griffith both of Charlotte were re elected treasurer and recorder. Respectively. Named representative to the Imperial Council of Lim order were or. J. B. Whittington of Winston Salem. Lee a Folger of Charlotte. Julian Price of Greensboro and Horton. W. S. Liddell of Charlotte is a representative emeritus. Folger was named a director of the Southeastern shrine association. Says agreement being observed Scott new Eft Urit Ici might \ of iced by e. E. Arnold Raleigh Jan. 21. To w. Kerr Scott stale agriculture commissioner asserted in a statement today that the state depart ment of agriculture was observing an agreement outlining its duties and those of the n. A. Stale College Extension Servile. Scott said his statement a oct stoned by criticisms voiced earlier in the week by e. K. Arnold Secretary of the state farm Bureau Federal Ion. In a letter mailed to each member of the legislature charging that the duties of the two agencies the agriculture commissioner retorted that the two agencies had agreed Quot after lengthy and deliberate discussion Quot on the duties and services of each to avoid duplication and misunderstanding and that his department was carrying out the agreement. He related the agreement was read bed by a committee consisting of representatives of the department. State College the Experiment station and farm leaders. The group he said bore the approval of governor Hoey. Arnold As a member of the rom Mitten refused to agree to the provisions. Scott said. Chicago produce Chicago Jan. 2i.�? up a butter 1,011.916 steady Creamery firsts 88-89 24%-Vi other prices unchanged. Eggs 9.826 weak current receipts 15 i other prices unchanged. Abbott Proctor a Paine a stems new York Stock xxx change new York Cotton kor Henage new York curb Exchange Chicago Board of Trade and other exchanges South main Street Telephone 3461 Otis d. Phillips manager \ news of coloured people flushes of Lite Quot old everything by Clydl it Iii ii Ford county Union b. Y. I. U. And sunday school meets the Guilford county b. Y. P. U. And sunday school Union met at the first Baptist Church thursday afternoon and evening for the annual organizational meeting. At thursday evening s meeting the attending delegates heard a very timely keynote address delivered by Rev. F. R. Mason. Rev. Masons address included so Many practical suggestions for the advancement of the Union that the body voted to accept it As the guide for this year s work. The meeting terminated with a Sermon delivered by Rev. Tyne8, pastor of Providence Baptist Church of Greensboro. Bet lid holiness Church of god a special Bible class will he held at Bethel holiness Church of god 600 East High. Street this evening at 8 o clock. The subject of the lesson will be Quot the Zeal of god House hath eaten me it will be taught by the pastor Bishop k. Mingo. S sunday s service there will be preaching at Bethel holiness Church sunday at 11 55 a m., and sunday school will follow at i ., with mrs. Gertrude Ingram As superintendent. There will also be serv ices at 3 30 And 7 30 The pastor Bishop k. Mingo will deliver each Sermon. Alpha Art hear it or. Minnie cd. Pearson the Alpha Art club held its regular meeting at the Home of mrs. O. V. Blackburn on Underhill Avenue thursday evening at 8 p Mrs. Minnie g. Pearson of Durham president of the state federation of coloured women a clubs of North Carolina was speaker for the evening. She gave a very full and interesting account of the activities of the federation and particularly the disposition which is to he made of the Efland Home for delinquent girl which is maintained by the federation. She later introduced mesdames Warren and Jordan of Durham who accompanied her. They in turn made a few remarks. At the end of their talks routine business was discussed after which the hostess delightfully served the guests with very colourful and delicious salad and ice courses. The following members were present mesdames a. Greenwood e. P. Wilson c. Reed d. Ingram i. T. Hall. J. W. Whitten e. Baldwin. M. P. Nightengale. L. B. Davis t. B. Davis. L. B. Curtright e. G. Cobb o. T. Griffin t. Brincefield e. Barnhill Hinton o. Morgan b. Merritt and mrs. A. Saunders. A omens memorial us Orch Rev. A Jones pastor of women a memorial a. M. E. Church who has been ill for a fortnight is now sufficiently recovered to conduct service at the Church sunday he will Preache for both the la of clock and 7 30 service. Birthday party or. And mrs. John Anderson entertained a group of children at their Home 309 Vail Street. Sunday afternoon in Honor of their daughter s twelfth birthday a Dorothy. Those present were As follows Phillip Moore. Climmon Gannaway Ernest Moffitt Margaret Bogans. Annie Bostic Paul Ross. Frank Amaker. William Seally Charles Coleman. Helen Arn Frong Mary Ann Coleman. Dorothy Hunter. Willie Foster George and h. To Starr James Mccloud j. T. Anderson i ii i lie Mae Coleman. Mary t. Seally. Alphisa Poe Albert Kelly Gwendolyn Amaker Gladys Brown Louise Coleman Mahalia Kelly Jacqueline Haizlip Frances Coleman lobs and Bernice Haizlip Gladys Ross. Dorothy Ross Maggy l. Clowney. Billy Blair. Suing club meets the swing club met thursday evening at to a Home of miss Ida Griffin 730 East Washington Street. The business of the evening was put before the club by the president miss Bernice Phifer. Following her suggestions the dub decided to give a party next thursday evening at the Home of miss Griffin in Honor of her birthday. The business part of the evening wan concluded with the Reading of the accomplishments of the swing club during 1938 by the Secretary miss Thelma Hayes. The report showed that the club had done Well. Those present were As follows misses doll a Pate Mary Moore Marion Halsey Emma Griffin. Mabel Mcneely Lilly Lindsay and Catherine Randall. Bishop w. E. Broun to Hopak at St. Marks Bishop Wallace e. Brown resident Bishop of the Chattanooga area methodist episcopal Church will preach in St. Marks methodist episcopal Church sunday at eleven o clock. The Public is cordially invited to come and hear him. He will also open a promotional meeting in the interest of the North Carolina conference Jan. 23-24 at St. Mark Church. This meeting is Aliso open to the Public and he is very anxious to Welcome the presence of Many visiting friends. Among the Many outstanding speakers of the occasion will he or. W. A. Lambeth who is now presiding elder of the Winston Salem District of his conference and sex by associated press double trouble Bloomsburg Mae Hayden stepped carefully along an ice pavement a cast protecting her right Arm which had been broken in a fall. She slipped teetered breathlessly. Fell. Her other Arm was broken. Taxpayers Paradise it. Etna 140 residents of i. Etna paid no City taxes on real or personal property last year a and still wound up with a $231.80 bal. Anre in the Treasury. They received $2 10.54 in own is their share of state gasoline and excise taxes. Their expenditures totalled $ itn.5n�? but the $82.04 difference was More ulan made up by the 1937 balance of $888.84. Potent sales talk Salem Correll to. Newsboy marched into the state House of representatives to soil magazines. Quot Are you a Democrat or Republican a a Solon queried. Quot a Republican of course a he answered quickly. Rush business followed. Twenty seven magazines were sold As fast As they could be handed out. The House is Republican by a 3-1 ratio. Out of turn Oklahoma a City a Ronald a debate truck Driver freighting through gds dry state pulled up in front of an automobile and warned its occupants a i just wanted to Tell you boy your liquor bottles Are showing. You a bettor cover Mem up or you la get then he received a bit of information. His face reddened. Tho liquor transporters were Deputy sheriffs. The liquor had been Seiz no in a raid. La salesmen wanted if you agree to demonstrate ill Send you free a big Box of full size packages of food products Home necessities Etc., and show you How to earn up to $3.00 in an hour. Blair dept. 1101, Lynchburg a 1-21-11 13 position wanted 25 autos amp accessories for Sale credit memorandum on new Plymouth at sacrifice for Quick Sale. Address p. O. Box 1572. 1-26-25 wanted Job As truck Driver. Experienced on two wheel trailer also Mechanic. Richard Owens 410 Tomlinson St. 1-21-13 15 wanted to rent five or six room House with garage. Must be neat and rental reasonable. No children. Reply Quot House Quot p. O. Box 68. _1-23-15 16 business Opportunity clearance Sale guaranteed new Battery $2.69 Hain motors inc. 900 non i ii main St. By. 26 financial Tell you i wont come Down i know my constitutional rights a esperanto in. San Francisco Taft Chavez is Only seven Days old but already a problem child. Born on the american liner president Taft in hawaiian Waters of chinese parents with a Spanish name or. And mrs Victor Emanuel Chave a Little Taft one Day will find his nationality a question. His parents already seeking the answer were told by Rimml Gatlon authorities the question could not he settled until tap reaches his majority. Then he must appear in hawaiian Terr trial courts to learn whether he is chinese or american. Prophet Rochester id. A John Sweeney 75, Lim worked for circuses 5 1 years since lie was a Young Man of 25. Lie told fellow circuit workers in Winter Quarter he would do in hit chair a Iii a few hours Reading my not Long afterwards they i found him Cate in hit chair j his Bible in hit Lap dead. Super Sevit k Indianapolis ind. A mrs. Francis Bootee got More than she j asked w Hen she told the Coal Man to Quot put it in the basement a the Driver hacked his truck to the Chute. The ground gave w truck Coal and Driver r i right in. The Furnace Xvi Wrea ked and water and Gas lines were broken. Object Lenson Blackwell okla. A now police chief Hiram Hagan Knout he hah right. He wrote that every Blackwell burglary resulted from . Next Day he Din covered bout and trousers misting from Iii garage. He Hadnot locked the door. Today a a in War to chan4um Cracker 1. A Metal pipe through which electrical conductors Are run is known As a conduit. 2. The sooner state is Oklahoma. 3. A Stethoscope is used Luex awning the diseases of the Chest. 4. Indianapolis is larger than Omaha. Indianapolis population 364.361 Omaha population 214.-006. 5. A glockenspiel would be bought at a musical instrument store. Trustees Sale of real estate pursuant to the Power and author by contained in a certain deed of Truat dated the 21st Day of May. 1935 j executed by j. B. Shaver widower to t. C. Abernethy. Trustee which deed of Trust is duly registered in the office of the Register of deeds of Guilford county North Carolina in Book 758, Page ill. Securing a certain note payable to Home owners loan corporation default having been made for a period of More than ninety 90 Days in the payment of said note As provided therein and in the performance of certain covenants set out in said deed of Trust and demand of foreclosure having been made by the Holder of said indebtedness the undersigned trustee will offer for Sale at Public auction to the highest bidder for Cash at the court House door in Guilford county Greensboro North Ca Olina at 12 of clock noon on the 17th Day of february 1939, the following described real estate to wet a that certain lot tract or parcel of land situate lying and being in the City of High Point High Point township county of Guilford state of North Carolina and More particularly described As follows beginning at a state on the South Side of Fisher St. Formerly College ave which take is located at a Point 325 it. East from the Southeast Corner of the intersection of Fisher St. And an unnamed Street running thence along the South Elds of Fisher St. N. 81 Deg. 15�?T e. 75 it. To a stake on the South aide Rof Fisher St. Thence s. 30�?T a 259 it. To a stake thence a 89 Deg so w 75 it to a stake thence n 25�?T w. 249 it. To the beginning being better known As 219 Fisher St. In the City of High Point North Carolina and being More specifically described As All of lot 13 and the Easterly one half of lot 14 of the Wesley hedge cock lands a map or plat of which is duly recorded in the office of the Register of deeds of Guilford county North Carolina in plat Book 4 at Page 89. And being the same lots or Parrel of land conveyed to a b Shaver and wife. Ivara Shaver by deed dated january 20, 1923, and recorded in the said Register s office on january 22. 1923, in Book 405. At Page 329. The said Ivara Shaver having predeceased her said husband and the title to said property now being vested in j. A Shaver by survivor ship and being the same property shown on plat made by Geddie Strickland. C. Ein May 1935, now on file with Ute Home owners loan corporation to All of which reference is hereby made. The purchaser at this Sale will be required to make a Cash Deposit of 5 per cent of the Purchase pries to show Good Faith. This the 16th Day of january 1939. T. C. Abernethy trustee. R d Dickson attorney 1-21-28-2-4-11. Negroes arrested Here today on two charges City polka officers raided a House at 202 Price Street Early this morning captured two quarts of White a liquor and a Quantity of lottery tickets and arrested two negroes on charges of violating the prohibition Law Ana operating a lottery. Arrested were Bell riven and Lewis Kelly both negroes. Pastor of w e s i e y memorial methodist episcopal Church South of this City. Or. Lambeth will appear on the program monday evening Jan. 23. Notice of executor having qualified As executor of the estate of Catherine Folwell. Late of High Point Guilford county North Carolina this is to notify All persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned at 414 South main Street. High Point. N. A. On or before the 2ist Day of january 1940. Or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This 21st Day of january. 1939. Arnold j. Koonce executor Walter e. Crl Aaman attorney. I�?21-26 2-4-11-18-25 classified advertising rates 2c a word this size Type 8 Point 13 words�?25c 4c a word tills size Type id Point 13 words 50c 7 consecutive insertions for the Price of 5 minimum charge Tor want and 25c card of thanks�?50c All and Are Cash in Advance the Enterprise will not be responsible for More than one incorrect insertion of any and. Errors should be reported at once All keyed ads Are strictly confidential and can be reached by sealed letter Only. Ads must be in by 12 00 of clock week Days and 8 00 o clock Satur Lay night for sundays paper. Phone 4566 i rooms for rent for rent Large furnished heated bedroom twin or double bed. 208 Boulevard. A phone 6342. 1-22-1 for Sale grocery store Good equipment Nice business. Write Quot store Quot care Enterprise. 1-22-16 of instructions Royce commercial College specialized business training equips you for private Secretary executive receptionist and accountant. Accredited. Arcade building a phone 2663 xxx Auto Loans and Kertnar timing personal Loans $5.00 to $50.00 prompt confidential service phone for additional i ii for Itiat Ion Southland l 2 finance amp ins. Co. M Arcade bldg. Phone 2828 m tap Tapalla types dancing taught. Adults children classes. Chauns studio 602 North main Street. 17 night school Day school. I enrol now. Prepare for a Good office position. We train experts j Jones business College Quot High Point s first and Only accredited business j 126h w. Commerce phone 40 48 i 20 pets Anutt restock for Sale or Trade Nice six year old Pony. Phone 4 4185. 1-21-20 2 houses apts for rent 21 ice Wood amp Coal two Story seven room House sleeping porch two Baths available february 1st. 908 Johnson. Phone 9280. 1-24-2 furnished a four room up stairs apartment with Bath. Newly painted All conveniences 202 Rowland Park. Call 2243 for appointment. 1-21-2 for rent four room downstairs apartment 910 West Broad. Apply 908 West Broad. 1-25-2 for rent three room apartment. Private Bath. Apply 790 North main St. 1-26-2 for Sale for Sale a cinder gravel driveway screenings top soil dirt Sand manure. Phone All Nite Coal stove Wood. Oak and Pina $1.00 so $2.00 per Load american Coal amp Wood co. Phone 2363 crash Down go prices no dust clean a egg 2000 la. 6 50 Virginia White Ach. $6 75 Pocahonta pee smokeless Oil treated Stoker is 50 Kentucky Blue Gem red Ash. T7.50 Kentucky Ace. Red Ash $7.75 dry Wood. $2 50 loads $2 00. $2 00 Loada $1 50 pay Cash and pay less Piedmont Oil amp Coal co. Phone 3294 23 real estate for rent 2535. Charlie English. Brown 521 1-25-3 personal Loans sign your own note your signature is our Security a a if. Most prompt services Industrial finance co. 203 South main St. Auto Loans and refinancing let us reduce your present payments Industrial f i x a n c e c o m p a n v 208 South m in Street for Quality shoe repairing Call 2333. Soles ladies 55c men s 65c. N. E Russell. Sheraton shoe repair. 300 n. Main dyeing a specially. For sale�?50 loads of Good stable manure. Satisfactory loads guaranteed. Call Quot Bob Quot Penny. Phone 3333. 1-21-3 for Sale Brunswick balk Slot Pool table practically new cheap 108 East Washington. 1-22-3 used Fern i tar e clearance at give away prices out they go our entire Stock of used furniture drastically reduced for immediate clearance prices Cut deeply for speedy Selling we urge you to be Here Early one Oak Dresser$4.95 wooden bed. 3.95 upholstered spot chair. 1.95 one Nesco Oil stove. 7.50 five Metal Beds each. 4.95 one Coll Spring. 3.95 one Walnut Dresser. 5.95 one Coil Spring. 4.95 one breakfast room suite 9.95 two porch rockers each 1.00 one Oak Dresser. 7.50 Paramount furniture company inc. 214 e. Washington phone 3102 4 a wanted wanted�?250 gallon Oil tank. Must be capable of Riding pickup truck. Will pay Cash. Write Box quoth. care Enterprise at once. 1-26-4 i rooms for rent two gentlemen steam heated front bedroom hot water private Home. Phone 2503. 1-26-1 nicely furnished heated first floor bedroom and Kitchenette private Entrance All conveniences furnished. 329 Woodrow. 1-26-1 for rent nicely furnished room private Bath reasonable. Phone 48471. 1-22-1 for rent Large heated room with meals close in reasonable. Ill Oakwood court. 1-22-1 for rent one room furnished. 213 Best lit. 1-22-1 5 special notices Cash Fok olt Timoldi Dut carded jewelry tooth crowns Etc. Wagger jewelry co. Elwood hotel Corner. 5 re upholster ing refinishing. See samples without obligation. Expert craftsmen. Mcghee a Chestnut St. Phone 3196._2-15-5 6 radios amp supplies for Complete service any radio Call 2003. Guilford radio service 610 North main. 2-16-6 guaranteed radio service specially Auto radios. Bill Cripliver White Flash 108 English. Phone 2944. 2-12-6 8 help wanted male wanted first class White Barber. Wright Payne Barber shop 1408 North main. 1-21-8 apts. For rent Ecker apartments exclusive a reasonable a factory Ign a. It. Sprinkled factory a r. Siding for Sale or lease j. H. Kalte phone 8449 210 Shirley ats. For rent 4 room Gantt Apt. Electric refrigerator Murphy bed Gas Range tub and Shower Bath water and heat furnished venetian blinds $42,50 Greystone Apt. 3 room a Range refrigerator laundry Heater newly painted 1506 6, main. 2 room Apt. $ 9 of j 815 s main St 2 room Apt. $10 of i West end. 2 room Apt. .$10 00 402 w Broad St. 2 room Apt. $ 8 of coloured new j or i in House plug w $ 3 of Southland Fin. Amp ins. Co. Arcade bldg phone 2828 j for rent 307 e. Lexington heat. 6 rms. $30.00 812 Mon lieu ave 6 runs. 25.00 1113 Smith St. 5 rms. 14.00 j 1421 Cook St. 5 rms. 12.00 409 Lake St 2 rms. 6.00 Koonts and White 306 South main Street phone 4223 for rent 206 Guilford ave. 6 rms. $32.50 609 Bridges St. 6 rms. 17.50 1107 Forrest ave. 5 rms. 20.00 National realty management co. To w. Washington phone 2122 24 real estate for Sale for Sale a or Quot Trade 20 lots adjoining Melbourne Heights Triangle Lake subdivision. Quot Bob Quot Penny or c. F. Williams. 1-21-24 books open join our new series instalment Stock dated january 1st save and have perpetual Buu or no a loan a so Dio x. Main St., phone 21 id �~money-$5up your signature Only Clark it company brokers 201 Wachovia Bank bldg. Do you need financial i assistance if so Ieese us today. No endorser j your signature is our Security i Coop finance co. I i 814 Security National Batik 27 classified display notice the High Point perpetual building amp loan association 310 n. Main Street will observe the following office hours on and after thursday january 24. Open 9 a To 4 p. M. Wednesday close at i s. F. Bowser to company a. Opening for representative handling line Petroleum marketers and dry cleaning equipment. Apply Box Quot a. care Enterprise. 1-22-8. 9 help wanted female wanted White housekeeper to stay on lot. Apply 802 South Hamilton St. 1-22-9 our reconditioned Homes 1427 Wiltshire blvd. 8 room tile roof steam vapor heat stipple and Sand finished plastered Wall Hardwood floor title Bath. You must see this property to appreciate it. Price 6000 with to per cent balance. 1 per cent per month. 408 Whittier St. 2 blocks off English St. 5 room and breakfast room. Interior completely refinished floors sanded with linoleum in Kitchen breakfast room and Bath. Price Tsoo no a $250 of Cash balance 22 50 per month. M in de n h All Thompson 116 w. Washington phone 3456 25 autos amp accessories for Sale a 1931 Chevrolet coach Good condition reasonable. Phone 2244. 1-23-25 for Sale or Trade equity in 1938 Ford deluxe Sedan. Phone 44139. 1-22-25 1937 Packard touring Sedan new tires Low mileage. Mrs. Lewis Teague. Phone 4388. 1-23-25 repossessed cars 2�?1930 Chevrolet coaches 1�?1930 Ford a coach 1�?1930 Ford a roadster 1�?1930 Chevrolet Coupe 1�?1930 Dodge Coupe. These cars May be had by taking up payment. Southland Fin. Amp ins. Co. Arcade bldg. A phone 2828 Hov ju�1,10 Tor till a

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