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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 10, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Saturday june to 1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page nine satisfy your want with a want and want to rent a Home apartment or room want to sell your automobile real estate or used furniture need help lost anything or have services to offer use a want and phone 4566 for an and taker n. Stocks seek possible male accomplice of who snatched Young san Francisco boy new York june a it a final stocks Adams exp. 7% Adams Millis. 22 air reduce. 54 Alaska Jun. 8% Al chem and Dye. 165% Alleghany. % Allis Chal mfg. 364 Ana can. 96 ,4 am car key. 23 am pow and let. 4% am Rad and St s 124 am Roll Mill. 14 i am smelt and ref 43% at amp to. 169 h am Toh b85 Anaconda. 25 Arm 111 4 a t amp of. 29% at ref. 20% Avian corp. 5 a Baldwin. 11% b amp o6% Barnsdall. 14% Bendix Avian. 23% Beth St. 58% Boeing Airl. 22% Borden. 20 % Borg Warner. 24% Briggs mfg. 22 Budd mfg. 4% Budd wheel. 4% Burl Mills. 14% Bur add math. 13% Calumet and cd. 5% can dry. 17% can Pac. 4% Cater i trac. 45% Champ Paf. 20% Ches to. 33% Chrysler. 71% Colum Gar. 6% come credit. 47 come solv. 11% com with and son. I % consoled is. 31% con Oil. 8 cont can. 38% Curtiss Wright. 5% Curtiss Wright a25% Doug Aire. 69% Dow chem. 119 Dupont. 149% Eastman Hod. 169% Blee Auto la. 29 % Bleo pow a la. 8 Firestone. 21% Freeport Sui. 20% Gen Blee. 36% Gen foods. 4 5 Gen Mot. 45 Gillette. 6% Goodrich. 18% Goodyear. 29% Graham Paige. % it nor by of. 22% Hud Mot. 5 Hupp Mot. I % 111 cent. 12% int Harvest. 61 % int Nick can. 49% int Tel and Tel. 6% Johns Man. 76% Kennicott. 34 Kroger Grot. 26% Ligg and Myers b 107 Loews. 46% Lorillard. 23% Mccrory stores. 14 % Mont Ward. 52 % Nash Kelv. 6% Nat biscuit. 28 Nat Cash Reg. I 8 % Nat Dairy trod. 16% Nat dist. 26 Nat Lead. 20% Nat pow and of. 7% n y cent. 15% no am Avian. 15% North am. 21% nor Pac. 9 Ohio Oil. 7% Otis Kiev. 18% Packard. 3% pal am Pix. 9% Penny pc. 88 % Penn r r18% Phillip pet. 36% pub Sec n j37% Pullman. 27% pure Oil. 7% radio. 6 % Rem Rand. 12 rep St i. 16 % Reynolds a. 40 seab Oil. 19% Sears. 76 Shell in. 12% Socony vac. 11% Sou Pac. 13% Sou by. 15 % Sperry. 44% std brands. 7 std ii Cal. 26% std ii ind. 26 % std ii n a. 45% Stewart Warner. 8 a Wilt 17% Tex corp. 39% Tex Gulf prod. 4 Tex Gulf Sui 28 % Timken Dot a. 13% tra Sainer. 6% trails and West. 8% i n Carh. 81% in Pac. 97 unit Aire. 37% i unit corp. 2 % unit fruit. 79 nit Gaa Imp. 12 % u 8 pipe. 41% u 8 rub. 43% to s steel. 49 % Vick chem. 4 2 Warner pie. 4 % we Estern Union. 21% West Blee a mfg. 101% Wilson. 3% Woolworth. 4 8 yell tac. 15% Youngs sat. 37% final Stock sales 254.930. Coli imports drop Washington june up. A Gold imports dropped off in the week ended june 2 to $27,919,-957, the lowest amount since the first week of february. The shipment compared with $86,385,350 in the preceding week and As much As $224,883,752 in some of the weeks immediately following the German Leisure of Czecho Slovakia. San Francisco june to a police sought a possible male accomplice today of an upstate new York farm girl who gambled and lost in her quest for easy Money by seizing five year old Krehe Osborn and holding him for $1,600 Ransom. Though the girl Margaret Polly Well denied she had any help in her amateurish plan police continued to make a close Check of her associates. Police said they were not satisfied with her explanation. Miss Well disappeared with the Osborn boy wednesday afternoon. Twenty seven hours later she was arrested in a san Jose hotel 50 Miles from Here with the child in her Possession unharmed. The thin veil of mystery which hid her identity was lifted yesterday when the pretty 18-year-old girl finally revealed her True name after giving two aliases. A Check with the girls Mother mrs. Graham Weil n. Y., confirmed the identity. She said she demanded the ran som a to pay the mortgage on my Mother s farm a but police said she had sent no Money Home since she left there last december to look for a Job. In that interval officers said. Miss Well admitted robbing the Homes of two employers in Chicago and Hollywood of clothing and jewels valued at $4,000 while working As a maid. In an interview the girl revealed what might have been her True motive. Falling to get remunerative jobs she said she decided the Wise thins to do was to go Back Home. A but i go Back Home broke like a beaten she explained. A i wanted to go Back in style with Money As i had Visioned myself doing and to accomplish that i kidnapped Little Krehe instead she is held in $50,000 Cash Ball charged with kidnapping for Ransom with possibility of life imprisonment. Her preliminary hearing was set for june 19 yesterday while authorities investigated her ease further. News of coloured people is huts we pc us Ess Ful Encampment Friday morning at to o clock marked the successful termination of the first boy scout Camporee to be sponsored by the negro District committee of whar re Council which began thursday morning at to of clock on the East Side of the municipal coloured Park. The Camporee was composed of troop 9, Roosevelt Miller. Scoutmaster troop la Walter Moore assistant scoutmaster troop i. S. S. Whetted scoutmaster All of High Point and troops 210 and 211 of Lexington with neighbourhood commissioner George Singleton As Leader. Their tents which they set up on both sides of the Ravine meandering through the Eastern part of the Park made a picturesque seen among the Trees. Each troop took part in the contests sponsored by the committee which were signalling knot tying Compass Reading map making and nature study. The Points won in the contests plus those gained for camping efficiency served to determine the grades of the troops. Troop 210 of Lexington made first place with a total of 396.5 Points being closely followed by troop 9 of High Point with 387 Points. Troops 211 of Lexington and 16 of High Point made 380 and 377.5, respectively. This gives the latter troops a rating of a while troop la of High Point Only recently organized made 352 Points or a rating of c. On the fun Side of the Camporee the scouts made a huge campfire thursday night and held an hour of interesting games stunts and singing. Short talks were made by Thomas b. Smith District commissioner of the negro District and 8. B. Burford. Chairman of the District committee. Both were the official sponsors of the Camporee. It. Vernon us urch new Rev. E. A of Gastonia will preach at it. Vernon Baptist Church sunday morning at la of clock afternoon at 3 of clock and evening at 7 30 of clock. Hoey will attend Kernersville july fourth program Kernersville. June governor Clyde r. Hoey will be the guest speaker at the second annual fourth of july Celebration and livestock show in Kernersville according to an announcement made Here by the program committee for the Celebration. J. Harmon Linville. Chairman of the program committee states that a letter of acceptance has been received from governor Hoey. Who will deliver an address at 2 of clock in the afternoon of july 4. Town officials of Kernersville and the members of the general committee for the Celebration have doubled the amount of the appropriation previously made to decorate the streets for the event and to provide a Welcome to the governor in a very elaborate manner. The visit of governor Hoey his address will be highlights of the preparations for the Celebration Are confident that his coming will assure a much larger attendance than was had at the Celebration last year. A a peace prayer Hun Day Chicago june it pm tomorrow has been designed a peace prayer sunday by the National woman a Christian Temperance Union. Governors of Alii states were asked to assist in a Ging the entire nation to unite % Bonnet emphasizes France will give unreserved Aid to Poland if War starts pari8. June �?foreign minister Georges Bonnet emphasized today Frances unreserved Promise to fight for Poland after conferring privately with Julius Lukasiewicz polish ambassador to parts. Bonnet speaking at a luncheon of a group of deputies interested in French polish relations underlined the assurances already Given to Poland by Britain and France. At the same time. France ordered 14 More new warships built to strengthen her Fleet. They included four 3.000-ton destroyers capable of speeds of More than 40 knots and heavily armed six 1,000-ton destroyers Only slightly less heavily armed and almost As fast and four 600-ton minesweepers. Poland knows the foreign minister declared a that she can count on the unreserved Aid of England and France against any attack on her Independence and High Point boy wins letter at Marion ind., College Marion ind. June Ion Dixon Wood rising senior from High Point n. C., was honoured Here recently at the annual commencement exercises of Marion College when he received a letter a my for his participation in athletics. In addition to his varsity Monogram he received a certificate from the athletic Council for bus ranking in athletics. Cooley Doughton split on measure Washington. June a representatives Cooley and Doughton. Tar Heel democrats arrived at the parting of the ways yesterday Over the Colmer amendment to the social Security act which would set the Federal contributions to the old age pensions on the basis of $4 for each Dollar put up by the states instead of a 50-50 basis. The ways and Means committee. Of which Doughton is chairman proposed an amendment raising the maximum monthly Federal contribution from $15 to $20 a person. This was opposed by Cooley and he said the Colmer amendment opposed by the committee would tend to equalize old age pensions among the states. Lees wealthy states he said now Are unable to match the $15 figure and. As a result there Are such inequities As $9.26 a month pensions in North Carolina. $32 in California and $4.22 in Arkansas. Cooley said Quot the provision in the committee Bill increasing the Federal contribution is nothing hut a grand gesture and a false he quoted Doughton during debate on the Townsend Bill As saying it was a criminal in effects to give false Hope to old the committee chairman answered that he represented a tax payers of the nation As Well As North and that North Carolina was Able to match Federal contributions. Executors notice having qualified a the executor of the last will and testament of Mary j. Gurley deceased this is to give notice to All persons having claims against the said estate to file them on or before May 3. 1940. Or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons owing Aal estate will please make immediate settlement. This May 3rd. 1939. W. H. Gurley executor. 5-6-13-20-27-6-3-10 notice of service by publication North Carolina. Guilford county. In the municipal court of the City of High Point. Prank Williams plaintiff is. Thelma m. Williams defendant. The defendant above named will take notice that a summons in the above entitled action was issued against said defendant on the 29th Day of May. 1939. By the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point and that the said plaintiff a started an action for an absolute divorce on the grounds of two years separation. The defendant will also take notice that she is required to Appeal before the clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point at the court room in High Point. North Carolina on the 5th Day of july 1939 and answer or demur to the complaint or the Relief demanded will be granted. This the 2nd Day of june 1939. E Reitzel jr., assistant clerk of the municipal court of the City of High Point. Gold. Mcanally St Gold Attys. 6-3-10-17-24. Today a answer to cranium Cracker Here Are the Correct answers to George Ross new York quiz on Page 3. 1. Fiorello Means a Little Flower. 2. The Empire state building. 3. Five counties. 4. Artists and Bohemian life. 5. At Coney Island. 6. Hudson and East Rivers. 7. Fifth Avenue and 57th Street. Administer matrix notice having qualified As administer matrix of the estate of Lydia i. Crouch deceased. Late of Guilford county North Carolina this la to notify All persons having claims against the estate of said deceased to exhibit them to the undersigned at High Point n. C., on or before the 13th Day of May. 1940 or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All person indebted to said estate will please make immediate payment. The la May 13th. 1939. Matti the Brown. Administer matrix of the estate of Lydia i. Crouch deceased. 5-13-20-27-6-3-10-17. Classified advertising rates 2c a word this size Type is Point 13 words�?25c 4c l word this size Type to Point 13 Vordi 50c 7 consecutive insertions for the Price of 6 minimum charge for want and 25c card of thanks�?50c All ads Are Cash in Advance the Enterprise will not be responsible for More than one incorrect to aeration of any and. Errors should of reported at once. All keyed ads Are strictly confidential and can be reached by sealed letter Only. And must be in by 12 do o clock week Days and 6.oo o clock Satur Lay night for sunday # paper. Phone 4566 23 real estate Fok rent 25 autos amp accessories apts. For rent Ecker apartments exclusive a reasonable a factory to m a it. Sprinkled factory on r. R. Siding for Sale or lease. J. H. Kalte 210 Shirley Avenue phone 8449 or Apt. B-3, 47134 for rent Graystone Apt. 3 room fur. $27 50 Gantt Apt. 4 rooms unfurl. Murphy bed Gas stove refrigerator. Rowena Apt. Front 4 rooms fur. Or unfurl. Graystone Apt. 3 rooms refrigerator Gas stove Shower. $25.00 402 w Broad St. 2 room Apt. 104 Springdale ave. 6 rooms $18.00 Large office Arcade bldg. Suitable for Lodge or club. Brick store. West end. Cafe fixtures Oakwood court Apt. 2 rooms unfurl. Murphy bed. Gas Range refrigerator. $30.00 West end. 2 room Apt. $8.00 16?4 n. Hamilton 5 rooms. $45.00 coloured 13-4-s-6 rooms Washington Terrace. 716 Leonard St. 6 rooms week. $5.00 Southland Fin. A ins. . Arcade bldg. Phone 2828 24 real estate for Sale for Sale building lot. East Side. Or Trade for automobile. 608 East Green. 6-10-24. Used Auto parts. New Muffler for All cars. Best Price in town. Roy b l a c in Thomasville Road for Sale 1938 Ford coach. $535 1936 Ford coach. $32 1934 Ford coach. $16 1936 Buick Sedan. $35 1933 Plymouth Sedan. $124 1930 Dodge Coupe. $ 70 1930 Chevrolet Coupe. $ 65 1937 Ford coach. $365 1933 Cadillac 4 door Sedan. Southland Fin. A ins. . Arcade building phone 282$ 26 financial get Cash when you need it your signature Only no endorsement prompt confidential service Coop finance co. U Hui Security Bank bldg. V . The owner owes him $10�?and to Leafs Hie Only Way he can collect a by owners eight room House Large lot near Junior High. 301 Best St. Roy Johnson. 6-14-24 27 classified display typewriter and adding machine sales x service 25 years service experience Bob Flyntz Jack Mickel office equipment co. Phone 41241�?126 n. Wrenn St. For Sale for Quality shoe repairing Call 2533. Soles ladies 55c men s 65c. N. E. Russell Sheraton shoe repair. 300 n. Main. Dyeing a specially. Come by and let us quote you a Price on recapping your smooth worn tires. We guarantee new tire mileage. Master retreading co. Corner South main and Taylor St. 6-14-3 potato chips a always fresh. Fried daily. Paul Younts package store 790 North main. 3 a cheap Blind is like a cheap Shade always giving trouble. Carter venetian Blind manufacturing will install a Quality Blind at the Price of a cheap Blind. We wholesale. 6-11-3 5 special notices special Tor $1.00, cushions rebuilt new Springs and Cotton Mcgheee a shop. Phone 319. 6-28-5 special bargains in suit cases and bags at 118 East Washington St. 6-13-5 will sell cheap seven room House garage and barn. Very desirable place for poultry a wine and cows. Two blocks of Archdale school. Leaving town. J Albert Hancock Archdale. 6-11-24 imported a Domestic Champagne wine Beer ale. Paul Younts package store. 790 North main. 5 we rebuild refinish re upholster anything you have in furniture. 12 years experience. Expert workmanship. Bruce Atkins furniture store 508 East Washington. Street. Phone 2953. 6-30-6 exceptional value 909 Chestnut Street reconditioning has been completed and this House May be bought on reasonable terms. Large Well shaded lot 6 rooms steam heat tile Bath and Shower. You must see it to appreciate its full value. Koonts and White real estate 306 s main phone 4223 i rooms for rent nicely furnished downstairs bedroom and Kitchenette. Private Entrance All conveniences garage. 329 Woodrow ave. 6-10-1. Furnished room in worlds fair Vicinity. Write mrs. Oliver e. Causey. 3224�?69th St., Jackson Heights new York City 6-11-1 for Sale typewriter. Excel Lent condition. At bargain Price. Phone 41241. 6-11-3 one electric stove perfect condition $12.50. Oil Toyea ice refrigerators. Anything and everything Bruce Atkins furniture 508 East Washington St. Phone 2953. 6-10-3 for rent a two unfurnished rooms sink in Kitchen. Apply 304 Church St. 6-12-1 two front bedrooms close in. Meals optional. Apply 400 West Broad. Call 4312. 6-11-1 for rent three unfurnished upstairs rooms. 319 Howell St. 6-10-1 one or two unfurnished rooms with sink. 812 Morris St. Phone 5382. 6-10-1 furnished rooms and unfurnished a apartment. 631 North main. Phone 47260. 6-1 1-1 one or two or four furnished or unfurnished rooms. 312 South Hamilton. 6-12-1 for rent two unfurnished rooms close in. 210 Tomlinson. Apply 400 West Green. 6-16-1 two unfurnished connecting rooms sink in Kitchen close in. 315 Park St. Phone 6160. 6-10-1 unfurnished rooms for rent newly painted. 209% East Commerce St. 6-11-1 for rent three unfurnished rooms downstairs Bink in Kitchen garage. 620 English. Phone 7206. 6-11-1 2 houses apts. For rent for rent upstairs four room apartment private Bath garage. 910 West Broad St. 6-13-2 Fok rent Cool three room unfurnished apartment. Upstairs. Private Bath. Phone 2503. 6-14-2 kor rent two and four room apartments in different sections of the City. J. W. Johnson and son. Thone 3651 or 2761. 6-15-2 for rent three room Ai Annicet private Bath steam heat no children. 215 Steele St. 6-16-2 to business couple three room unfurnished apartment All conveniences. 716 Mon lieu. Phone 5374. 6-11-2 for rent two four room apartments. 123 Briggs Avenue. 6-11-2 3 for Sale Good inexpensive paint for inside and out. $1.24 per gallon Nash 127 n. Main St. High Point. for Sale six cafeteria chair Arm servers. New cheap. 1628 English. 6-10-3 for Sale at a sacrifice practically new estate electric i Range. 801 fifth St. Or phone. 41301. 6-15-3 week end specials three piece porch suite glider chair and Rocker q i was $26.50, now j i 0., porch rockers cd q c i was $2.95, now7 i Paramount i furniture company inc. 214 e Washington Phons 3102 furniture Sale used bed. $2.40 used Cook stove. $0.00 Good used piano $35.00 guaranteed. New 3 piece bedroom suites. $29.50 Lawn chairs.$2.95 Cash or terms can be arranged. Buy cheaper at Mcneilles furniture company 1554 English St. Phone 44163 4 wanted we repair refinish and re upholster your old furniture. Excellent selection of covers. Master craftsmen l every department. Phone 234 4 for estimate. Peerless Novelty co., 300 Mallory St. 6-11-5. 6 radios it supplies radio service any make any Model. Guilford radio service 610 n. Main phone 2002 7 lost a found lost Small White ladies purse. Liberal Reward. Phone 2498. 6-11-7 lost laundry bag. Containing Meu and women s wearing apparel. Somewhere in town or on English St. Liberal Reward. Phone 55066. 6-11-7 lost ladies Gold Elgin wrist watch in y. M. A Reward. Call 5089. Greensboro. 6-11-7 8 help wanted male Middle aged coloured Man. Experienced washing greasing. Must be fast worker. 1628 English. 6-10-8 9 help wanted a female experienced hosiery loopers wanted. Steady work promised eighteen and Twenty two Point work Plain and coloured looping. Apply John Massey com Jany. Valdese n. 6-10-9 wanted capable operator with two years experience. Louise Beauty shop. Phone 28 89-5 428. 6-11-9 13 position wanted wanted position by experienced private Secretary stenographer accountant teacher. P. O. Box 1343. 6-11-13 Yoc take the income we take the worry our rental collection service will increase your income and eliminate your worry. We have the experience and the facilities necessary to give you the Hest results. Our growing list of local clients is our Hest recommendation. May w e explain i Mendenhall Thompson 116 w. Washington St. Phone 3456 25 autos a accessories wrecker service wrecks rebuilt Uke new. We open All night Lewis body company for 39 years the perpetual has served Home owners in High Point. If you Are interested in building a new Home buying an existing Home or modernizing your present Home you should investigate our local loan plan first. Ree us tomorrow perpetual building a i am association ii. F. Johnson secy. 310 n. Main St. Phone 2140 122 Willowbrook St. Phone 253$ 26 financial personal Loans sign your own note your signature is our Security a the most prompt service Quot Industrial finance co. 2$3 South main St. Auto Loans and refinancing let us reduce your present payments Industrial f i n a n c e Compa n y 203 South main Street 32,468 printing and publishing plants in the United states. Employing 500,000 trained people. We offer training in hand composition Linotype Presswork Monotype using More than $100,000 Worth of equipment to train you in a school controlled by Punteri and publishers not operated for profit. Write Southwest vocational school woo Clarendon drive 1 a l Las Texas 17 instructions used furniture will hell quickly if advertised in the a for Sale Columna of the Enterprise. I wanted�?300 customer. $2.00 value Straw hats for 87c. 118 East Washington St. 6-13-4 wanted Good sound tire casings. We pay highest prices. Bring them by or Call us. Master retreading co. Corner South main and Taylor its. Phone 8231. 6-14-4 will pay Cash for Good electric refrigerator. Phone 2953. 6-10-4 5 special notices do you have a tire that has been Cut or broken let us vulcanized it Good As new. Money bark guarantee. Master retreading co., Corner South main and Taylor its. 6-14-5 vacation at Jones hotel Lake acc maw n. Grade a rating. Boating and bathing. Excellent Freh water fishing. Furnished cottages and apartments. Rates reasonable. Vav. D. Jones prop. 6. Special summer course $5.00 for All types dancing. Chauns school of dancing 600 North main. Summer term begins june 8 a Good business education will give you financial Independence. Prepare new for a Good office position. We train experts for better Aarlea ask for information. Jones business College 128% w. Commerce St. Phone 4048 fully accredited by american association of commercial colleges 27 classified display manufacturers w warehouse wanted High school graduates learn the printing Trade. It offers opportunities for advancement and financial remuneration. Working conditions Are of the Best. For free Eata log write v. Garriott . Of Southern school of printing 1514 South Street Nashville. Ten n. 21 ice Wood amp Coal All Nite Coal stove Wood Oak and Pine $1.00 a $2.00 per Load american Coal a Wood co. Phone 2363 27hatestate"for rent will rent part of store to any business suitable with tailoring establishment. See a. Bernard. Tailor. 126 North main. 6-11-23 c. D. Smith mgr. 1655 English Street High Point n. Day phone 2637 night phone 5926 75.000 it. Floor space a any kind of storage a trucking Headquarters a office space a manufacturing space a exhibit space Railroad siding truck platform

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