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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 11, 1940, High Point, North Carolina A age to Faethe High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center Industry High Point. North Carolina Munday. Mardi la. I my per to sell centralized government in Raleigh Short Lomi Date we ill in it an out Raleigh aug of he elected Boma k. Cooper mayor of Mington promised Here today if he were elected governor North Carolina he would a sell it rallied government in a h said mayor Cooper when Rig Anas told Hercules to an out the stables where they i kept 3,0011 oven for thirty in lie Felt it was an Imossi task. But Hercules turned i Rivers into the stables and aned them out overnight. Raleigh does t have the two prs to be diverted through stables where there has been accumulation of parasites for years but i have the intes Al a a Athing to clean out the Leigh gang the stables As it re As Hercules cleaned out stables centuries mayor Cooper stopped Here Enite to Winston Salem where Light he will address the win in Salem instructors Kilter a at Wiley school. His sub to will be Quot the future of edition in North nonchalantly rolling a Edgar amp and wearing a ten gallon Tson. Mayor Cooper predicted would Lead the gubernatorial Ket in the democratic Prim he conferred Here this ring and this afternoon with Erat political leaders and said would have his sound truck by for the launching of his to pain on March 28. Relieve pain in of a a misuse amp Betty it cd retrieve lie torturing pain of rheumatism hurl is Niwana. Or Lumbago in a few a mites get it Rito tha splendid formula by thousands. Dependable no opiate. Bes the work Quish mum relieve cruel in to your satisfaction in few minutes Ney Back. Don t Sutler. By ibis Adas under to ask druggist for no Kito today neuritis Fellowship of prayer a lenten devotional prepared by or. Mis Glen Atkins for the Federal Council of churches of Christ in America copyright 1940 predicts Victory. A Thomas e. Cooper. Wilmington mayor and democratic Stiller Natoria candidate Here today predicted he would Lead the entire democratic ticket in the primary Ami said that if lie were elected governor he would a Oscil centralized government in Raleigh Thomas m. Hatton claimed by death doughnuts >11 k Imi i i Lumu Ahi a a i i nne to you Stop supper today in 1ixie Cream donuts in s. Wrynn St. Open a til a 00 p. M. Masonic notice regular it monday mar. 11 7 a to p. M. Refreshments visitors Welcome j. To in or. W. M. Isaac Eldi Elk Sec. Model Supply company and Lo-1 i Coupler plumbing heating Serene Quot w. Broad St. J Mio me 32 in Foh the Hest in Kodak finishing Call 2758 Smith s studio a we Call for and deliver Dies Karl today it _ local Hospital funeral i tuesday Thomas Morgan Hatton. 63, of toil Grant Street this City died i in a local Hospital Early this morning after 12 months of declining health. He was an employee of the Snow lumber company until recently. Or. Hatton was born in Lauren s. �?T., december 4, 1876. A son of Thomas Jefferson and Nancy Hatton he was married to i miss Beulah Cleland. Survivors Are the widow three1 children a daughter mrs. Ralph o. Smith of Archdale two sons j Charlesc and William Thomas Hatton of High Point two Sisters mrs. Elizabeth Copeland of Laurens and miss Fannie Hatton of Clinton s. five Brothers Robert h. Of Whitmire s. Williams. James k. And John m. Hatton All of Clinton. S. a and Lew Hatton of Greenville s. Or. Hatton was a member of the first presbyterian Church of this City. The body has been removed to Green s funeral Home in Thomasville from there it will be taken to the Shady Grove presbyterian Church near Clinton s. C., where last rites will be held at the graveside in the Church cemetery at to o clock a. In. Tuesday. Save Money on of Hill i a hey Coa i Virginia egg ton. 1 00 red Ash ton Stoker Coal Oil treated. Prompt delivery Call 3294 Piedmont Oil and Coal co. Negro arrested after gun fight Loii Iasi file once Holt my c 8 30. Nesses Green re roof later no Down payment. Low service chary 3 Viars to Pat. Under prov Uong of Quot a it National nou sing act Barber genasc0 roofing towage Price in poor a Hedgecock lumber co. Phone is 1215 Ward St. Auto Loans Deal with Home people when financing your car Howard finance co. 1021 weal Washington St. Phone 21, Paui Cen City employee special to the Enterprise Thomasville. Mar h la a Paul Green negro employee of the City of Thomasville sanitation department was arrested by Thomasville officers sunday night in of notion with a shoot a Church Street around according to several wit a fight occurred Between and his wife at the a rear Garden on Church Street. Before the smoke of the Battle cleared several bricks were thrown and Green according to witnesses brandished a pistol and in trying to shoot his wife shot Earline Myers Young negro girl who was sitting nearby. The negro girl was carried to the City memorial Hospital in a Green and sons ambulance where it was found that the Bullet struck her Chin then ranged Down into her neck. Attending physicians stated that an xray would he made to determine the location of the. Bullet. It la not expected that the wound will prove fatal. _ Sun causes storms it is the Sun that heats great j masses of air Over the tropical re j Gions causing the air to Rise and the colder air to Rurh in from the Polar regions to take ifs place. Rotation of the Earth causes de j Dies and whirlpools in these Sun heated currents and winds and storms result. A Southern fossils fossils buried in the warm Earth of the South prove the presence of strange animal life there in centuries past when ice twisted Providence monday March la. And it shall come to pass. That i will put thee in a Clift of Rock and will cover thee with my hand while i pass by. Read exodus 33 17-23. This old narrative voices the Faith of its time but How True it is to our human estate. We ask for some Hilltop vision some Bright glory of life and the answer is Shadow sorrow and mystery just a a Clift in the what a twisted Providence but the a Clift in the Rock May become a place of revelation. It compel us to think out Why we Are there it challenges us to find a Way out it nourishes patience summons resource gives new meaning to Faith and tempers courage. Churches nations individuals have again and again come up victorious out of their Clift in the Roek experiences with Newborn strength. In retrospect they have seen that god was there and that the passing Shadow was his kindest answer to the prayer for Light. Prayer a father to thee we look in All our sorrow thou Art the Fountain whence our Healing flows. Dark through the night Joy cometh with the Morrow safely they rest who on thy love repose patient o heart. Be not cast Down disquieted in vain yet Shalt thou Praise him when these darkened furrows where now he Plou Heth wave with Golden amen. A a a a u. N. Cusses will hold reunions during summer Chapel Hill. March la. A plans for alumni reunions of 15 classes to be held Here june 9-11 were formulated saturday at a meeting of the 1940 alumni reunion committee. Classes scheduled to hold reunions include the a old students club a 1890, 1893 1894-1895 1896, 1912-1913-191 4-1915, 1931 1932�?1933-1934, and 1939. Commencement dates will follow the customary sunday Mon Day tuesday sequence. Alumni reunion dinners Are to be held on monday evening and the alumni luncheon will feature tuesdays program. Present for the reunion committee meeting were Quot old student a club Quot a or. S. B. Turren a Tine Greensboro 1893 judge j. Crawford Biggs. Raleigh 1895�? Leslie Well. Goldsboro 1896�? i George Stephens Asheville and or. R. E Coker. Chapel Hill 1912 a a. Lockhart Raleigh 11913�?guy Phillips Chapel Hill 1914�?collier Cobb. Chapel Hill 1915�? r 0 Fitzgerald. Candor and a r. Newsome. Chapel Hill 1931 Joe c. Eagles. Jr., Wilson de r. Hamer Washington. D. C., and Joe Jones. Chapel Hill 1932 a John w. Clinard. High Point j 1933�?francis i. Anderson reids i Ville John t. Manning Dur Ham. I Cabell Philpott or. Lexington and i William w. Mckee. Chapel Hill 1934�?james m. Tatum Chapel Obi. Charles Edward Cooke Dies at residence Here Charles Edward Cooke. 54. Died at his Home. 702 Smith Street this City. Sunday morning following a Brief illness. Surviving Are his wife s daughter. Miss Dora Cooke. Of the Home two Sisters. Mrs a it a Moore Florence s. A and mrs Lonnie Buck. Tampa. Fla., and a brother. A. N. Cooke. Florence s. funeral will he held at the primitive Baptist Church at Mechanicsville near High Point. Tuesday afternoon at 2 30 o clock. Interment will be in the Church cemetery. Young wife hangs self mrs. Dennis f. Fitzgerald found hanging in bathroom special to the Enterprise Thomasville March mrs. Mary Ellen Fitzgerald. 28-year-old wife of Dennis f. Fitzgerald hanged herself with an electric Extension Cord in the bathroom of Ber Home Here this morning just prior to 7 of clock. The body was found hanging from the ceiling by her husband who was preparing to go to his work relatives attributed the act to ill health. Police investigated and a Coroner s inquest will be held wednesday. Surviving relatives besides her husband. Mrs. Fitzgerald is survived by two sons David Ellis and Walter Harold of the Home her father and Mother or. And mrs. David l. Disher of Thomasville one sister. Miss Flo Disher of Thomasville three Brothers. Lindsey and Robert Disher both of Washington and Newby Disher of Thomasville. Funeral arrangements Are incomplete. But services probably will be held wednesday at the West end methodist Church of which mrs. Fitzgerald was a member. New canned army Chow to be tested negro Man is held on murder charge Clarence Holston charged u till slaving of wife Clarence Holston. 38. Negro who lives on the lot at 205 Hillcrest drive was held in the City jail today without privilege of Bond on a charge of murder. Holston is charged specifically with killing his wife. Wilma at the premises of 910 Johnson Street shortly before last Midnight. In a signed statement he gave police. Holston admitted the slaying and said it followed a quarrel he had with his wife Over her rid j ing in a taxicab. After the shooing. Holston went to an undertaker and made Are ran gement for his wife s burial and then went with the under i taker to police Headquarters i where he surrendered. He had a .38 calibre pistol in his pocket and had apparently shot the pistol through his pocket which was burned out. Coroner Wallace g. Freemon in-1 Vest gated the shooting legionnaires hear Howard Parade and business sessions scheduled today Rocky mount mar. the department chaplain Frank j. Howard of Whiteville asked the poet officers convention of the american legion Here yesterday to Quot turn a deaf ear to the drum of hate now beating in Europe a the state execute committee decided to recommend that the legion year be changed so that officials could he inducted at the general state convention in june. Child welfare was discussed at a luncheon meeting. National commander Raymond j. Kelly will speak at a Public meeting today and tonight he will he honoured at a banquet. A Parade with 14 bands will he held at 4 o clock this afternoon. The legionnaires planned to discuss at business sessions today such topics As rehabilitation. Americanism membership National affairs and related topics. Mother singers group will rehearse tuesday the local mothering Era group recently organized will have a regular rehearsal meeting tomorrow at i p. In at the senior High school. All members Are urged to be present. Achieves ,. F. Ferree local representative of the new England Mutual i Aile insurance company of Huston has just received word that he led tile entire Agency in production during february. In a letter William Eugene Hays director of agencies of that company said a please accept my congratulations for your Tine paid for business during the month of february. I know that leading the entire Agency in production is an Honor which will bring you much satisfaction. It is my Hope that you will continue your Tine work during the coming this outstanding record was achieved in Competition with 1,100 full time representatives operating in 30 states and Hawaii. Washington. March up a British a Tommie so in the French front line soon will be eating a new emergency ration developed by dietary experts of the United states army and so will 65.000 american soldiers. The British government it was Learned today has placed an initial order with an Indianapolis firm for a consignment of the new canned the United states army will give a afield ration Type cd a two Day tryout during the big Maneu vers it Texas next month. The ration designed tor a possible three Day emergency during fighting is packed in twin tin cans each with its key opener. Each Man will carry the 15-ounce can of pre cooked meat and Beans one of beef Stew one of meat and vegetable hash and three companion cans each of which contains six ounces of crackers one ounce of sugar and 4 ounce of pulverized Coffee soluble even in cold water. The new ration costs 70 cents a Day As against the present daily ration allowance of 40% cent but the Price is expected to be reduced by Quantity production. Governor accepts invitation to speak delegates named to conference of methodist women nine selected from this District at Archdale meeting r. Brown of Liberty and mrs. Coy Kearns of Denton. The alternative Are miss Claudia Fox of Randleman and mrs. W. F. Redding. Jr., of Asheboro. Writer s wife critically Hurt or w. M. Alexander talks service Many came Forward taking their stand for Christ. Every night this week at 7 30 of clock. Rev. Stephens will bring a special evangelistic message. Gospel singing is a special Fea Tut of the service each night. Maxine Rurik 21, heaps to pavement near husband s a Hollywood March la a Maxine r uric 21, wife Dpi of at High Point College the age of chivalry is not dead. And chivalry is a Quality essential in the right kind of Lea Der or. W. Malexander of Nashville Tenn. Executive Secretary of the Hoard of education division of colleges. Sis it v we Cwm in i scolding is shop with poll screen writer Peter Ruric. _. A a Plum from. Window of their of Church told third floor apartment today. To. He a porn Collen nude non at the pita attendant dealer led or cd pm it thin morn la. Condition a. Critical to he Quot influence a Leader radio police patrolmen o. W. A a a a dry and Quot knew id and h. R. Johnaon re a a Ltd aau a no a Nilal Attall in red runic told them he and i to a Lur cd Walro a wife had been eat Anaed. That aha and t returned to the apartment and that he left Only to hear her body strike the sidewalk a he entered his car outside. Physicians said she suffered a fractured Pelvis a possible broken Back and other serious injuries. It 3�� i is ainu i Edson a uses a. I a it really is Spring when the Birds and the fish begin their treks North and now that the a Lead have reached North Carolina. It is time for Shad Roe. Riley Taylor speaking of the Roe. In the new York times quotes la. L. Mencken a Book a Happy Days a when that author recalls those Happy Days when the Roo Cost nothing. He says a and there blazes in my memory like a Comet the Day when she his Mother came Home from Hollins Market complaining with strange and bitter indignation that the fishmongers there. Bad begun to sell the the Roe May seem rather exp a a a a a a a and cold drove creatures far North to seek warmer of the climes. So Hartzberg s credit clothing store ladies and menus terms to suit clothing 213 North main St. Opposite Beeson How. . W. R. Tingle commercial and municipal accounting audits a systems certified Public accountant 1451/, South main Street . On Nita inns report tax service phone 4000 constructive analysis pensive when we buy them but we know it is Well Worth the Money when we Are eating them. And we will be Able to have this delicacy on our table soon for or. Feeney at the United Market reports that he will have Shad Roe in this week. Or. Feeney is planning a big opening sometime soon when he has completed remodelling his Market. And there will he plenty of specials on his foods at that time. Already he has set up handsome new refrigerated counters. Of interest to the la i mph at the Advance store where there Are plenty of things of interest to the men. There Are items now of particular interest to the ladies who like electric appliances on their breakfast and sunday night supper tables. The Advance store is closing oui Ite line of ates and Sandwich toasters and is Selling them at greatly reduced prices. They Are of Bersted make and will last practically a lifetime affording you a great Deal of pleasure and convenience. And just to give you something to be impatient for i ii Tell you that there will he 3.500 pieces of fishing tackle on display at Advance store j next week. There will be 60 Clif i Ferent kinds of rods for you to j try out and to whet your appetite for some Good old fishing. Attention men if it is a real fresh Cigar of your favorite Brand you Are pining for you can be sure of getting it it Walgreen s. There they carry All brands and they keep them in a modern Case which has a very up to Date Humidifier. Freshness is guaranteed there and you will end of sour smoke to end. Policemen turn firemen to fight fire firemen Are forbidden to fight police May not walk where Angels fear to tread but last night they did venture where the fire department would to because it could t. I ast night the Southside curb Market located just outside the hey limits culled on the fire department to extinguish a fire which originated of a gasoline pump. The fire department informed the establishment that it was Flower less to do anything about the Blaze because it was outside the City limits. A tout that time two police patrolmen drove up Iii an automobile and aided the proprietor o. R. Neighbors in extinguishing the fire. Firemen called to put out fire on Willowbrook firemen were called out yesterday morning shortly before la of clock to extinguish a fire at the Home of w. W. Preddy 637 Willowbrook Street. The Blaze is said to have caught from a spark on the roof. There was Little damage. Beware coughs from common colds that hang on or emulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to loosen germ Laden phlegm increase secretion and Ald nature to soothe and heal raw tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. No matter How Many medicines you have tried Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of or emulsion with the understanding that you Are to like the Way it quickly allays the cough i or you Are to have your Money Back. Or emulsion for coughs Chest colds bronchitis for a Good treatment when you need a Good method to make you Well see a physical culture physician who has had a full course in treating disease by us of exercise health building diet and the use of corrective Massage. I have had Many patient find this method Able to Benefit them when other methods Hail been unable to do so. Those who desire treatment can see me regarding what can be done for the disease they have. Hours i to 7 30 i. M. Rice in Tok of pm Sci to ath y Bekna or Macfadden graduate 1021/a West washing Street m. W. Norfleet taken by death presbyterian Church Leader succumbs to stroke in Winston Salem Winston Salem March la. A up a Marmaduke Williams Norfleet 64, business Man and Leader in presbyterian Church affairs died Here today after a weeks illness which followed a stroke. Norfleet was manufacturer of a widely known Corn meal and also was manufacturers agent for Terra Cotta products fire fighting apparatus and tobacco baskets. He was an official of the first presbyterian Church for 40 years having been an elder for 2 4 years and clerk of the session for 16 years. Survivors include his widow and the following children m. W. Norfleet jr., Secretary and treasurer of Union theological Seminary Richmond. Va., Leon w. Norfleet also of Richmond and mrs. Robert p. Davis of Towsen my. In addition two Brothers Charles m. Norfleet hanker Robert c. Norfleet and a sister mrs. Baxter Moore a1 of this City survive him. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at the first presbyterian Church. Cooley in race in 4th District incumbent files Campaign fee to seek ice nomination Raleigh March ut rep. Harold a Cooley of n Ville. Democrat Congreve from the fourth District paid 8100 filing fee today to seek nomination in the May 25 p Ary. All filing fees must be in the hands of the state elections Board by 6 of clock saturday evening. Nineteen democrats who announced they would seek different offices have not filed yet so far Only four Republican have filed but entry of r h Mcneill of Statesville and John r Hoffman of Burlington in the party a gubernatorial contest assumes a state wide Republican primary May 25. Special to the Enterprise Thomasville March la a governor Clyde r. Hoey has accepted an invitation to address a gathering of the laymen of the main Street methodist Church on monday night april i. The gathering will be in the form of a banquet at the woman club building in Thomasville As announced by Rev. Lee f. Tuttle pastor of the Church. Plans Are being made for the banquet which is expected to be women delegates from the one of the most interesting Gath High Point District to the sails a rings for the year. Rev. Tuttle Burg conference april 18 were announced that Only 200 persons selected at a meeting at Arch an be taken care of and Reserva-1 Dale methodist Church yesterday Hon will he made for As Many afternoon. As can a accommodated. Person nine delegates and two alter j desiring tickets for the banquet natives were named to represent Are requested to see Rev. Tuttle the local District which consists or one of the stewards of the of 33 charges and Ici churches i Church during the next few Days. In High Point Randolph county a and part of Davidson county Rev. Stephens continues be attended by nine delegates services at Tabernacle from each of the la districts in the state. The purpose will be to Over a thousand persons heard select representative on the a Rev. George Stephens preach a tonal Board of missions and stirring message last night in the Church Extension and the Juris new auditorium of the gospel Tab i dict Lonal Board of the Church j Erna old. Both of which have equal Mem-1 assisting in the service was a be Relps of men and women. J re chorus choir. Rev. Stephens s w. Taylor District superin preached last night on two texts. J pendent. Presided Over the Arch 00 found in ten. 44 34 a for Dale meeting and or. O. B. My How shall i go up to my father Chell. Pastor pronounced the j and the lad he not with this Vot Lonsul. All hut three of the a a was applied to the christians j charges were represented. I by the evangelist. The next text the following were named As a taken from hebrews 2 3 j delegates mrs. W t. Powell and Quot How shall we escape of we be mrs. W. H. Mccain of High i Gleet so great from Point. Mrs. J. D. Ross and mrs. This text. Rev. Stephens brought i w. Hammer of Asheboro mrs. The evangelistic message and j. D. Cox of Ramseur mrs Fred i Appeal to the unsaved to a j Star of Lexington. Mrs. George Rcpt Christ. At the close of the Railroad grocery robbed of cigarettes and Cash Cash and a Quantity of Cigar ettes and cigars were stolen from the Railroad grocery company last night police reported today. J the robbery a discovered about 12 30 a. In. Entrance to the place was gained by smashing out a pane of Glass in the front win a Dow. Eight dollars in Nickels was stolen from a vending machine fifty cents in Cash was taken from the Cash Register and 14 packs of cigarettes and a Quantity of cigars were also taken. L. Cochrane is proprietor of the place. Mrs. Ward Packer 314 ring Street also reported to police the theft of a pocketbook containing $8 in Cash yesterday. Or. Highsmith dentist announces that he will now devote his entire time to his High Point office. 124% n. Main St. Phone 4133 Paramount service station Fisk tires and batteries Gulf products washing and lubricating 636 Welt Green St. Phone has delivery service Industrial committee will meet at Elwood wednesday the Industrial and new Industry commuter of the chamber of Commerce will meet wednesday at 12 15 at the Elwood hotel for a luncheon meeting chairman Amos r. Kearns announced today. Business concerned with the various functions of the committee will be discussed. Other members of the committee Are w. E. Mitchell vice chairman. K. E. Younts de Mendenhall. A a. Davis Jose it a Cox. W. G. Poy. R. B. Terry Eccles Everhart a c. Kirkman r. B. Gantt. I. A. Hawley j. P. Bolt d. F. Johnson p. H. Murray j. N Wright and a z. Perkinson. Sprinkle gasoline service from seaports saves serves satisfies 17c to x paid Peb Gall Aja Sprinkle service station i Hod n main St. B. Farrington nabbed on hit and run charge c. B. Farrington. 21. 1601 Long Street was arrested about 11 30 o clock last night on charges of hit and run driving and reckless driving after he had allegedly struck an automobile at the intersection of main Aud High Street and had failed to Stop officer j. Brackett said Farrington was travelling on main Street and crashed through a red signal Light striking another car. He said the Farrington car failed to Stop and that he followed it for several blocks finally stopping Farrington on Oakland Avenue j before your Hoof gets a a gone with the wind come in and Sec us about re roofing i our Home ask us about our financing plan Parker Brown company 317 Oak Street % Good place to rut All \ oui building requirements phone 4623 give your family the Best use la a refrigeration see our Beautiful ice refrigerators a Price and terms will Surprise Tov Central Ink delivery of pan >12 West Broad Street phone �5t7 i a e Seldom mention Price when talking about printing but customers who buy All their printing Here pay no More in the Long run than those who shop for prices. The Rhodes press in High Point for safety for Economy for promptness till service p4 for Etc l in an hour in 10314, by the average freight train was equivalent to the Trio Portal Ion of 12.472 tons of freight for the distance of one mile. Tile corresponding figure in 1021 was 7,500 ton mile. A nothing but service to sell High Point Thomasville and Denton Railroad phone 4511

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