High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 25 1926, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 25, 1926, High Point, North Carolina Page 6 High Point Enterprise monday january 25. 1926 cd fib t a announce Minu Portia Froke 4212 events of society phone 4262 w edding personals fashions we. Cha by Miller i born january is born to or. And mrs. P. J Miller 218 West Pine Street on i january 13, a son William Clark. A a a i meeting of club j with Mph. Shipman i Over tile Tea cup club will meet i with mrs. G. Shipman thursday afternoon at 3 of clock. A a a Clara Cox class to it meet Friday night their husbands were invited and the Clara Cox Bible class Vin Lover a Hundred accepted the incl meet on Friday evening. The j tation. The guests were received i scripture lesson is the Book of by or. And mrs. J. Clinard and Joshua. Members of the class. A a a j after the usual greetings of old or. Hayworth is classmates and friends mrs. Golden critically ill Lee president of the class asked friends of j. J. Hayworth who that All join in singing Quot bless be j has been ill since before Christmas i will regret to learn that his condition is considered critical. Faithful workers gave supper for or. Clinard the faithful workers class of to South main Street m. E. Church entertained with a 6 o clock dinner j tuesday evening january 19, in j Honor of their teacher j. Clin j Ard and his wife who was a for Mer member of the class and at one time superintendent of the primary department. Or. Clinard has j been teacher of this class for 21 j years. Experiment in robbery niday present and former members and denies his guilt and president of the Bank acts As Brinsons Bondsman Greensboro Jan. 25.�? apr charged with being an accomplice to John Wilby Shelton in robbing the american Exchange the tie that b or. Clinard National Bank of Elf e h wet asked to Lead in prayer and i Pri Sori 17.year-old youngster i return thanks for the meal which. And pm Loye o the Bank a Arl was ready to serve merriment j rested sunday no Erht an j laced and Good Fellowship prevailed to under a too Bond. The arrest was i throughout the evening. Made by officer d. B. High of the mrs. Edgar Whitener who has after dinner talks were made by Plain clothes department just Bennel Rev. B. Davis j. Clinard fore Midnight. Pond was arranged Mph. Whitener better after illness been ill for sometime at her Home on Johnson Street., is somewhat in a mrs proved a a Evelyn Faye Burrows born january 38. Or. And mrs. Herman e. Burrows of 208 White Oak Street announce the birth of a daughter Evelyn Faye on saturday january 23. Announce birth of a daughter or. And mrs. E. Or. Fowler announce the birth of a daughter on january 20 at their Home on Louise Avenue. A a joint meeting tonight i of Industrial Cli is there will be a meeting tonight i at 7 30 o clock of All the Industrial i clubs of the y. C. A. At the y. C. A. At this time miss Louise Leon Ard National Industrial Secretary j will speak. At the conclusion of her i talk there will be a basketball game Between the win one and Florence Nightingale clubs. A o. E. S. To meet tuesday night i the order of the Eastern Sta will meet tuesday evening at 7 30 i of clock. Initiation will be held. I grand worthy Matron Elizabeth m Bergman of Winston Salem will be present and also grand District Deputy Louise m. Fowler of Greensboro. All visiting Eastern stars Are cordially invited e. F. Kearns former pres Dent of the class and mrs. M. T. Hicks of the primary department both former members of the class. After singing Quot god be with you till we meet goodbyes were spoken and Good wishes expressed for or. Clinard and his class. V a a a a a f go. A janitor by mistake. Married mrs. Kits d. Sears to Juan Felix bran Des both of san Fra Ort so. So the wedding was t Legal. They remarried. But a few Days later brands got an annulment on the ground that mrs. Basra considered him Only As to a experimental a husband. Czerp Troob a was Good As Gold Stephen c. Clark Developer about people mrs. T. Powell and Little daughter Eleanor have returned from a visit of ten Days to mrs. Frank Shamberger at her Home in Aberdeen. A a or. And mrs. J. Hedrick spent sunday afternoon in Lexington with mrs. Hedricks Mother mrs. E. A. Rothrock. A or. And mrs. B. L. Fentress and two children and mrs. H. D. Blake of Greensboro spent yesterday afternoon Here with or. And mrs. Capus Waynick. A a w. E. Hussey left today for Charlotte where he will take a position with the Veritas silk Mill. During the last decade the per capita consumption of meat in Europe has increased 50 per cent. By r. G. Vaughn president of the Bank. Brinson n arrest followed Only Atter diligent work on the part of members of the local Plain clothes department who were called in following the robbery of the Bank Here sunday night., january 17. A Strong Box containing Hio in Cash and negotiable papers valued at More than $100,000 was removed from the Book vault carried to the basement of the Bank and pried open. The robbers took $50 in Cash and then hid the Box. Shelton was arrested Friday night in Charlotte after he had created suspicion by trying to forge the name of a Bank official on a Cashiers Check. He conf used to robbing the Greensboro Bank saying that he was in desperate need of funds. Saturday before local officers and maj. E. D. Kuykendall City prosecuting attorney he maintained that he played a Lone hand in the game and that Brinson bad nothing to do with the affair. He said that he roomed in Brinsons borne and that he stole the key to the Bank from the youngster. He said that he had been a frequent visitor in the Bank following banking hours and the Bank vault often remained open. Young Brinson stoutly declares his innocence although officers be Lieve that they have evidence that the boy was a willing partner in the robbery. Shelton is reported to North Carolina now ranks fourth j have implicated the youngster last among the states in the develop j night in another and More detail ment of Hydro electric Power with p j confession a total of 534,600 horsepower in Shelton s wife came Over from use i her Home in Danville sunday even to of the greatest inventions of i an it rebuked him sharply for pretty dinner party in Honor visitors miss Elizabeth Strickland entertained with a delightful dinner modern to rep to i his Par a the affair. She Quot left on miss Tabb honoree at pretty party mrs. R. F. J. Johnson entertained charmingly at Bridge on saturday evening at her Home on Carrick Avenue in Honor of miss Mildred Tabb whose engagement to Ensign r. F. J. Johnson was recently announced. Bridge was played at seven tables and the highest scores were made by mrs Frank Marshall and a. G. Douglas. The. Former received a bottle of Bath salts and the latter a deck of cards. To miss Tabb the hostess presented a set of Madeira napkins. To mrs. Thomas Turner and yrs. Matt Wall were Given Dainty pieces of Linen. At the conclusion of the games i mrs. Johnson served a delicious salad course. Old age Horn on Mont ai�nu., Honor j a it new Ter a a for Arm .ppear-1 in her Rattrap one Mem bub snu2"l."sri. 1p�5it, cd Thompson of Lumberton and miss a Flora Jerome of n. C. C. W., and j mrs. Ralph Whaley also of Lum j Berton. Covers were Laid for six and the j table was artistic in its appoint j ments. Narcissi and red rosebuds were used carrying out a Valentine color scheme. In addition to the hostess and her guests of Honor the guests j were Sam Strickland find Wilbur j Strickland. Moffitte 211 no. Main women a oldest hygienic problem now solved a new and different Way True Protection. Dispose of it As easily As ensue the old tune a sanitary pad is fast becoming a rarity.1 millions Are discarding it As a needless Hazard. A a Botex a a new and remarkable Way is now used by 8 in to better class women. S discards As easily As a piece of v tissue no laundry. No embarrassment. It a five times of absorbent at Ord nary Cotton fads i Yon Dine dance motor for boars in sheer est frocks without a seconds doubt or fear. It Deodorizes too. And tiros stops All danger of offending. You ask for it at any drug or de part nent store without hesitancy i simply by saying quote tex. Do As millions Are doing. End old insecure ways. Enjoy life every Day. Package of twelve costs Only a few cents. I Kot a x no laundry discard like Kustuc elderly people who a Bones Are frail and Brittle can now take chiropractic adjustment without the slightest pain or discomfort. This is a de pop sible by the latest and most wonderful development since the discovery of Chirac Racettc 28 years ago a the Spears painless system which i am glad to say i Ain using this system is gentle soothing and actually gives far greater results than the old methods. Therefore you need no longer fear. Call and let to Tell Yon about this wonderful pain. Less system. Lucy Eshelman chiropractor 808 North main Stover Prince a cafe phone 2740 for appointment Bonnie Betty Beauty shop Over Woolworth marvelling facials shampooing Scalp treatments manicuring. Hair dyeing and cutting. Nestle Lanoil permanent waving expert operator phone 2092 a late train. The Man said he came Here from Danville several weeks ago and secured employment at the Carolina steel and Iron company. He is an expert welder and Mechanic. He lived in the Brinson Home having made the acquaintance of the Brinsons years ago in j new Bern. New Haven. Conns eight i Young women have been threatened i in court with jail sentences if they done to Stop vamping the Yale hours. Several students have eloped recently. Broadhurst opposite Sheraton hotel tonight and tuesday matinee at 8 each Day admission afternoon 10c. And 25c night 15c and 85c the magnificent picture version a wages for wives or. Furniture Man shaving creams razors lotions tooth pastes tooth brushes in every thing for the Man who forgot and left something Home Ann drug co. 2164�?phone�?2196 drugs with a reputation with to Queline Logan Margaret j Livingston Zasu Pitts Creighton Hale Early Fox and other screen favorite. Also a Mack Sennet comedy new Fox news a wednesday and thursday Compromise with Irene Rich and Clive Brook Aesop a fables Fox comedy and Fox new announcement or. H. E. Schafer of Winston Salem n. C. Chiropodists foot specialist will by in High Point on tuesdays of each week. Leave appointments at red Bell shoe store. Phone 2151 or phone 478�? Winston Salem. Friday and saturday so lately the funniest a Medy of the year. A a Madam behave a equally As Good a Quot Charleys aunt Quot Snow bargains in our january clearance Sale our january clearance Sale is going on in full blast. We have Many real bargains for you Here. Shoes get wet very easily in this weather and you should have an extra pair of dry ones to put on immediately after coming in out of the weather. Drop in and see these splendid values we Are offering you in this Sale. Shoes for men women and children All at Sale prices rubbers too Jacob s Boot shop Only a few left we have Only a Lew Winter Coats left these Are desirable styles and colors. We will close them out to keep from carrying them Over at one half Price some very Good bargains in children s sweaters May he had Here at one half Price Beavans the ladies store we Teel �?T�?ot2 i i Fly a j the Hoosier f he Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet save von Many none it Tarj step. It eliminates entirely the Druger of the Kitchen. It nmn n and let a demonstrate hew valuable it i As Kitchen Aid. Kester furniture co 104 n. Main phone 2781 137 South main Street next to Kress there is no need for being without a car. W have some great bargains in re conditioned Ford a Elwood service station South main St. Extension phone 7412 wrecker Servia

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