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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 31, 1926, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise. Sunday. January 31. 1926 Page 13 boy scout anniversary Iii be celebrated Here w Ith an elaborate program by troops a anniversary week program a troops of High Point will Cele orate the 16th anniversary of the boy scout program from february 7 to the 14. A program of activities has been worked out by the scoutmaster with suggestions from National Headquarters. Sunday february 7, a scouting in the urch a monday february 8. Quot anniversary Day a tuesday february 9, a scouting in the schools a wednesday february to a scouting and Home Day a thursday february a scouting and service Day a Friday february 12, a scouting and patriotism Day a saturday february 13, a scouting and Good health from february 8, 1910, when As the result of the interest a few men in the boys of America the scout movement was launched in this country until now the sixteenth anniversary scouting Bas grown steadily. Sixteen years has witnessed Forth from an idea to a Gre it National movement with a present j Active membership of 790,741 boys j led by 169,987 men. In 24,589 troops located in every part of the country More than two and a half million american boys have been members of the boy scouts two and a half million boys trained in Quot citizen ship and service Over two Elfton Good turns performed. Endorsement has been Given to scouting by churches of All denominations and by the Public schools throughout the United states. Each summer hundreds of thousands of boys spend a week or More in Camp learning to know and to love nature. The boy scouts of America have an Opportunity to prove its preparedness to effectively serve in avar As Well As in peace. Its re fever carefully. J. A Phelps scout a , of troop 8, was appointed chairman of publicity Logan f. Porter avas appointed chairman of j the father and son banquet. Scout master Earl m. Winslow reported that the ministers where troops j were sponsored will preach a scout Sermon and that a special scout program xviii be Given in the pub i lie schools. Eagle scouts As leaders the six Eagle scouts of the i Everett True by Congo Ord of service and achievement is Wharrie Council five of the num an enviable one. Pershing Safray being in High Point will Bel in France had 100,000 men whose i considered As possible for Leader training As scouts in the Mastery ship in Camp Wharrie next sea a of the out doors made them More son according to Gordon Blair valuable As fighters. In the Fie local boy scout executive. These during Pasi year sh0wsan1ncrease not All of cities and towns Iii state Are reported but Good Many Are a Amo i you a Lese you. Y3u to vent Imti it i Sis Etc x toc Voo so i Sot to Yoo did t Aja nil to Liston to Mel Liberty loan campaigns scouts sold 2,343,497 subscriptions amounting to $353,180,367 Worth of Liberty Bonds and More than $50,000,000 Worth of War savings Stamps. Hundreds of other valuable services to the United states led colonel Theodore Roosevelt to express the sentiment of the nation by saying a boy scouts you have made Uncle same a since its inception the boy scouts of America has had As its motto a be prepared a and every scout is trained Day after Day in a practical readiness for emergencies. Almost daily now comes occasion for. A hero award to a boy scout life Saver who has risked his life to save others. Through in years of practical service boy scouts have been recognized As valuable allies of police and fire departments the red Cross and other emergency meeting agencies. They be stood the test of being prepared to act and to serve through floods and fires through earthquakes and cyclones. The boy scouts of America Are now engaged in a nation Wulc expansion program so every boy no matter whare he lives May have the Opportunity to be a boy scout. Scouting is a constantly increasing Factor in building too percent americanism into the United states of tomorrow. Scouting Means service. Scouting teaches boys to serve. Scoutmaster s meeting the scoutmaster met at scout Headquarters monday night to discuss further plans for the coming anniversary week. The different phases of the program were gone advanced scouts must prove their j ability As instructors of scouts before they will be Junior leaders Aud there will be no Cost to their camping privilege. This plan of leadership has been worked successfully in larger councils in the South especially in Birmingham. Alabama. There is an Opportunity for every Tenderfoot scout to go up the ladder of scout experience and some Day become an instructor to younger boys entering the scout ranks. Raleigh Jan. 30.apr other total new construction in North i made 1 Carolina during the year 1925 was estimated today by the department j of conservation and development at j $125,000,000. The estimate was made on a basis of reports received from 247 cities and towns in North Carolina. Figures relative to the amount j and character of the construction \ in this state during the year com piled by the department were made i Public Bere tonight. While the de i you secretly Long. And non a made Good every time she appeared in a j picture. So Good that she has now j attained stardom with your assist f Ance. % i and then there is Lon Chaney the greatest character actor the screen has Ever known. You Bavo seen him in his grotesque roles and j thrilled at his Villa inies. This time i your heart will go out to him. Would Remote. Tax Washington Jan. 39.�? apr a senator Smith Democrat South Carolina notified the Senate today that he would prepare a Btu soon to take off the ten cent tax on cottonseed substitutes for butter and the requirement for its special Labelling. Scouts to assist department conservation major Wade h. Phillips director of North Carolina conservation and development and formerly scout commissioner of Lexington of the Wharrie scout District has planned a definite conservation pro of apartment has been unable to secure did t Tjon anything like Complete statistics to cover All building and costs and materials in All parts of the state it made requests of 425 cities j toxins and other sources of information. From which it received a total of 247 reports including re-1 Gram for the boy scouts of North j pm Rte from the five cities of Char Carolina. Major Phillips has at Motte Raleigh. Winston Salem tended Camp Wharrie for several Greensboro and Asheville seasons and has been a Leader in j the department believes that the developing scout troops for theirepor3 from these 247 cities and past five years. At a recent meeting of the Southern forestry Congress in Richmond va., Hon. Carter Berd National boy scout commissioner made a most inspiring address regarding the relation of boy scouts to nature and the Estry conservation towns give a fair Conception of the amount of building activity and the lines along which it was directed. The answers also give a basis of comparison with the year 1924. From the 247 reports of con Woods Foi-1structions received by the depart botany Bird ment there is shown a total of study and insect life Merit badges ?59,656,096 spent on construction for rent store building on Hamilton Street Good location $30.00 month apply c. D. Smith phone 2440 know a better life with chiropractic Young and old realize that precious health must be kept perfect that perfect health gives one a better life. Chiropractic is on of the great aids in attaining and keeping perfect health. Consult with me if you Are ailing in any Way. Possibly an adjustment or two is All you need. A chiropractic easier a a Quot a a better announcement we have increased the size of our watch and jewelry repair Force and Are now in a position to better care for the needs of our increasing business. Our Force is composed of the following Well known watch makers who Are thoroughly competent and efficient h. J. Culclasure t. W. Hilliard Chas. E. Hayes Holland Shoaf we guarantee prompt and efficient service Chas. E. Hayes jeweler Are phases of the scout require ments with work in connection with the state program of conservation and development requested that a meeting of the scout executives of the state be held to make More effective a the methods of conservation in the scout troops of the state. Court of Honor John Douglass of troop 7. Qualified in 8 Merit badges at the court of Honor at the presbyterian ii it Friday night among those passed stones been neglected. Of these there is a widespread abundance including residences business build lugs and factories. To this total says the depart land a great Industry in new Quad major Phillips Inen a mu8 he added state expend 1 pies Waits largely upon better Dit res during the year for inst practice in the building of Homes tut ions and other strictly state Pur-1 and other classes of cons,ruction.�?� Norma Shearer at Broadway monday poses of $4,910,2 24, so that the total Cost of the construction reported upon for the Vear was $6 4,-56 6,3 20. But to this total must likewise be added the several millions of dollars spent on Public school one of the major problems of the state said major Phillips is to protect the forests from tires and to encourage new growth of Timber. A your forests Are being Cut three times As fast As they Are being regrow and As a consequence Lum buildings through the Agency of being first Aid to animals mining the 6tate Ioan fund As supple a Ber prices will inevitably Advance t Automo Biling poultry keeping con Niente by the counties. These beyond present High Levels. Tho ser vation horsemanship and Pio figures owing to Lack of reports uses of Wood Are so Many that it i a Ca ,. _ f to a in it f a it a. A .a1 i a j. C a Neering. Two scouts had their ap-1 from a few counties have not yet is uneconomic to build of Wood plication for first class waived in been compiled by the department i whenever brother material can be til the next court of Honor due to Public instruction. An irregularity in the map making requirement. Hollywood by the sea Tours Advance in Price from $47.50 service is praised Ord for Quick delivery from Distant Points to $57.50 on feb. 6 the 1926 limited number can be carried Between now and feb. 6th provided reservations made at once with checks attached a a dates of Tours. Feb. 2nd feb. 5th private Pullman from High Point personally conducted Tours to Hollywood and Miami and wonderful Hast coast of Florida. E. K. Deleach District manager j. A. Latimer local manager Hollywood Tours for Guilford Randolph Alamance counties it is understood it was stated tonight at the department when the figures were made Public that the figures Given Are partial in character that they do not embrace construction in the Rural districts or in numerous towns from which no reports were received in answer to the inquiries sent out by the department. Nor do they include construction costs in connection with. The Highway program h. P., t. And d. Making rec such As Bridges or costs of dams a reservoirs Power plants and resort developments outside of cities and towns. The partial character of the figures said major Wade h. Phillips director of the department indicate a total of new construe safely substituted. At present it costs relatively Little More to build a House of Brick than of lumber and costs of construction with Stone could be greatly lessened of the opening of quarries and the marketing of this product were Lon Chaney and Norma Shearer i at the Broadway theater in metro Goldwyn Mayer so the Tower of and the charming Norma Flap when the villain presented her with a red silk dress purchased from the pack of a peddle. She was a Rural flapper right and the tragedy of her life started with the acceptance of that gown. The Story opens with Norma As a child and closes with her As a woman near thirty but at no time would you think her of a die rent age than the exact number of years she was portraying in that particular scene. Norma went into pictures about three years ago with no experience i of consequence or. Mayer thought he saw possibilities in her and gave j her the great Opportunity for which j chiropractor 204-205 p Len in v building the latest evidence of the unusual service being Given by the h. P.,. T. Amp d. Railroad is that of Frank for the year of certainly $125, h. Ford who stated yesterday that in All of his experience in Selling local manufacturers varnish products he has never before been Able to make the prompt deliveries now possible by routing his goods Over the local Road. Or. Ford reports the delivery 000,000, and perhaps a great Deal More in asking for the reports major Phillips attempted to secure a classification to show the charac Ter of construction As Well As it Cost. Although the classification were not embodied in a number o of a car of varnish from grand j the reports enough was ascertain rapids within five and one half led he believes to give ground for tis tit St p hts a 60me a interesting deductions As t that the letter notifying him of the the trend it uni Ediin. Shipment required three Days this the trend build is the state. Is considered remarkably fast Feight time. Hitherto about fourteen Days has been required for delivery. The Railroad freight department had unusually Large outgoing shipments yesterday and the custom of closing at noon on saturday had for instance of a total of7,52 residences reported constructed a a Cost of $22,065,217, there wer classified 6,311 As built of Wood 589 of Brick and Only 72 of stun of 1,400 business buildings reported 714 were built of Brick 549 of Wood 32 of Stone and 79 to be set aside for a Day. About five i of steel and Concrete. The total cars of freight were loaded out yes i costs of business buildings reported Ter Day afternoon and these ship upon was $21,233,472. Of 128 factories reported 63 were of Brick 40 of Wood and of Concrete. Reported construe lion costs of factories within cities and towns were 15,259,936. Of five representative cities from and 102 West Washington St. Phones 2889 and 8488 High Point n. C. Ments which would otherwise hav been left in storage Over the weekend. Are on the Way to their destination. This Railroad known by the i slogan a a your Road a is nearing the completion of two years opera a w lion and the competitive Railroad j a Chih reports were received four facilities offered by it have meant is. Substantial gains in con a great Deal to local manufacturers situation Over the year 1924. As is indicated by their Praise of the Charlotte led with construction costs of $7,065,473 As compared with $6,819,520 in 1924, a gain of $1,245,953. These costs were divided $4,069,135 for business buildings $2,806,688 for residences and $189,650 for factories. Asheville the next ranking City toe a reported unclassified construction building floor plans free # we have an arrangement with a publishing House whereby we will distribute each month a Supply of building floor plans Gratis. Write us to place your name on our list to receive these free House floor plans for different architecture Homes. A so phones ass go Point builders everything for thee building amp a notice to the Public the City water will be Cut off tomorrow sunday from 9 a. In. To 6 p. In. In order to add to the new filtering Plant. R. L. Pickett City manager. Thi Iau in sit m Tim it it Lams slcom7m9tu service Given. American cuts Price of admission monday manager Cunningham of american .tat., that starting Mon jesting ,6,023,0m, As against i Day he will reduce the admission re a a a Price for the entire Balcony to 35 095 for 1924, a gain of $1, cents after 6 p. In. Former Price quo being 50 for the entire House. He i Greensboro reported construction states that he is doing this to place costs $5,095,994. As compared prices within the reach of All Law the $4,340,242 in 1924, a gain of it is his desire to make the Amer $1,555,752. These costs were i ican a High Point institution in video among reside Fie is 693 Busi every Way. One that the people of j Ness buildings 9 2 and factories. 6, this City will Point to with Pride j Winston Salem reported uncles a it is your theater a he says Quot Why sifted construction costing $5,004, should we not make it possible for 381. Every one to j. A. Latimer High Point n. C. Please Reserve for me trip to Hollywood prior to feb. 6th. Enclosed find Check for $47.50 please Send me full information regarding Hollywood trip. Raleigh with construction costs of $2,914,669 in 1925, As compared with $3,259,924 for the year 1924, showed a comparative loss of $345,-255. Construction for the capital City went into 384 residences 63 business buildings and one factory. I major Phillips in commenting new York the latest Republican characterization of Al Smith a this majesty Alfred l., by the Grace of god King of the dominions from Montauk Point to Lake state senator Courtland Nicoll criticizing the governor for Mak ing a Quot speech from the throne in on the fi$ure9 called Especial at his annual address to the Legisla Quot Enron to the Large number of Ture plans also to a a revive a Brit-1 residences and to the overwhelm ish custom a and Oer an ment to the Royal address. Amend Moscow american jazz by ing Choice of Timber for their construction. A your people a said he a need to be educated in permanent construe radio goes Well with russian boots. It tion in the building of their Homes a there s been much swaying to the a we As of business and fast or Lively swing of music by stations in and near be air from York College is moved. The Southern business Coll has moved from its old location the Corner of North main it . Washington streets it was bounced today. The new quart will be on the third floor. Structures. This is desirable for several important reasons eco ii 1 omy lessening of fire risk and consequent saving in insurance rates and the utilization of native Clay products in the shape of Brick i and fire proofing materials and of a North Carolina stones. Quot especially have the native the Roosevelt new York City Madison Avenue at 45 the Street Edward Clinton Fogg Mug Quot Yorks newest smart hotel colonial in its furnishings colonial in its spirit of hospitality reservations guaranteed 95 insure accommodations for patrons from other cities the Roosevelt each Day sets aside a proportion of its rooms to provide for All mail or telegraphic reservations received Twenty four Houks before arrival of guests Loo rooms single or in suite Ben Bernie and his orchestra nightly in the Grill Teddy Bear Cave for children of guests with attendant direct underground connection with grand Central terminal t4 �>0sey� 15 owe of to Sty Tekei hotels Inch dind die Benjamin Franklin in Philadelphia and the mount Royal in Montreal. Canada. Gee rated under direction of the United hotels company of America

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