High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Mar 19 1939, Page 17

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 19, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Sunday March 19, 1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Indus try High Point North Carolina Page urge restoration of pay Levels at convention close t governor Hoey gives speech at conclusion save North Carolina As \ state has done a it much As can be done Raleigh March 18.�? apr approximately 5,000 members of the North Carolina education association elided their 55th animal convention today after passing resolutions urging the legislature to restore teachers salaries to the pre de pression level and to establish a retirement fund for Public school employees. The resolutions were made Public a few Minuter after governor Hoey had told the association that the legislature Quot is determined to do All for schools Ami for Tea it hers that can be done within the reasonable limits of the state s j. Henry Highsmith of Raleigh newly elected president and other officer were presented at the closing session of the three Day convention Here. It oxom v it i help governor Hoey said the general Assembly was economizing a a in every respect so that appropriations for schools could be increased. North Carolina As a a Tate. I Quot has about reached the limit of what she can do for Public education a Hoey said. Any new i substantial increases in school i appropriations he added Are a j pendent upon the teachers ability to convince their cities and counties that their cause merits additional Money through local taxation. A a i Don t mean More Taxa upon some Rich Man or a big corporation Quot he said asserting that North Carolina s present income corporation and franchise taxes Are among the highest in the nation. A but each Man must he willing to put More taxes upon himself in order to improve his own a a in All right Tor a Man to come around and say what ought to be done a the governor said. A a but we be got to get Down to the everlasting practicalities of in Keane in Tota ii i a it la True that individual j teachers do not receive As High salaries As were received by the highest paid teachers prior to the depression a he said a yet the great increase in certification by teachers has caused the total amount of Money for teacher salaries to be increased beyond the amount hitherto paid. A i cannot subscribe to the doctrine that a state can do anything it wishes for education or anything else. The state must live within it income a must keep a balanced budget. A the present general Assembly is making definitely increased appropriations for education. Naturally the teachers desire restoration of salaries. I think the whole state shares that desire but it a been generally known that this general Assembly could not make Complete restoration because the funds Are not available. Quot i recommended the addition of a ninth and loth increment and addition of the 12th Grade an providing for retirement. Naturally i realized that this would require a very Large amount of Money but the legislature has gone a Long Way toward meeting those recommendations. The Money has been provided equivalent to the ninth and 10th increments provided the present Bill is finally parsed. This Money is not designed specifically for the addition of these two increments but is placed in a Barge of the school commission for the purpose of being applied to salaries and the exact application of thee funds will be determined by the school the resolutions recommended governor Hoey for his a statesmanlike leadership and a this splendid support of the program for Public other imm non other Points contained in the resolutions included 1. School program should be planned to that children would a be made to realize More definitely the blessings they obtain in a democratic society such As and would cultivate a spirit of tolerance and Quot International 2. Confidence was expressed in the a a Fine leadership of Clyde a. Erwin superintendent of Public net ration. B. I. Smith former president of the association was commended for a progressive 3. Sub division should been outraged to supplement state school funds 4. The administrative control if school should be unified into me constitutionally authorized maid 5. A 12th Grade should be dded to the school system and More adequate provision Quot should in made for libraries vocational duration and adult a duration. 6. The compulsory age limit or school attendance should be raised from k to 16 Quot to con orm with the child labor Laws f the .7. A overcrowded condition Quot in Las Groonis should be eliminated. 8. The state s congressional a legation should support the Larrison Thomas Fletcher Bill for Hie Al Ald to de neat Ion 9. Approval and appreciation As expenses for work of tin Tate Congress and parents and to give concert Here tonight above is pictured the Greensboro College glee club which will sing Here tin evening at Wesley memorial Church at Quot Glo under the direction of Walter Vassar head of the voice department at Greensboro College. The glee it huh is one of the outstanding organizations of the school of music at the College and is Well known throughout the South. The club has just completed a ten Days tour to Washington in. The excellently arranged sacred program to be presented includes a Concord a of Lola a Arr. In cams Taylor it hone iou a 1�?~aicsn Ina a have Maria a Are Adelt a Sanctus a news of coloured people he. Xxx. J. Ill i. It to speak or. W. J. Trent president of Livingston College Salisbury will speak of St. Stephen a. M e. Zion Church sunday evening at 7 of clock. A cordial invitation is extended All to hear him. Al Aiu it to sing it St. Mathew a program of quartet singing will he held at St. Mathew c. M. E. Church sunday afternoon at 3 of clock. All Are Welcome. It. Zion Baptist i Chii at sunday morntug�?~8 service j the pastor of nit. Zion Baptist pm ice Church Rev. A. S. Townsend j will pack on a unlimited room in heaven hut limited at the evening service which j begins at x of clock he will speak on a the Jericho Road a beginning monday evening. March 20, service will be held at the Church each evening i through Friday March 2 4. Rev. Townsend will go to Shel 4>y monday to conduct h fit nights meeting at the Calvary Baptist Church there. Morning. The William Penn affirmative team meeting the Dudley negative team Here. Won the unanimous decision of the judges Ciss Clara Cox or. In h. Lemon and attorney Silas Casey. The negative team debating Dudley in Greensboro lost to the Host. The question debated was a should an Alliance be formed Between the United states and great Britain Quot the William Penn affirmative team consisted of Katye Alexander Otis Wells. And Margaret Hill. The negative team consisted of Hilda Amaker Alton Reese and Dorothy Watts coach of the team is mrs. Ethel Griffin Cobb. Personal attorney George Arthur Park of r. Dean of the Robert h. Terrell i a school Washington. I. A. Is visiting miss a Marie Carter of 1502 West Street. Services at women a memorial special services will be held at women memorial a. M. F. Church this afternoon at 3 o clock. The pastor and congregation of the Reamon Street Church of god will Render service for stewardess Board no. I Leonard Street Rade mothers to meet the Grade mothers Council of Leonard Street school will me t at the Home of mrs. Beatrice Leach on Hoover Street sunday afternoon at 4 30 of clock. Rev. Wina Hester to speak Rev. Robert w. Winchester pastor of St. Mark m f. Church. Will speak at St. Stephen a m. E Zion Church sunday afternoon of 3 n it lock. X n n i Al Cine arts program Mon a y evening the fifth annual Fine arts program of the High Point teachers forum will be Given in William Penn High school auditorium monday evening at 8 15 o clock. At this time the forum will present the Richard b. Harrison players of a. And t. College in two one act plays a a Pink and patches Quot and Quot Cotton lips i aes Margaret Tynes and Loretta Bagwell dramatic readers. Will be presented in dramatic readings during the intermission. The Fine arts programs of tin forum Are annual affairs. A Small admission will tie charged to give Tea there will he a Tea at the Nome of miss Beatrice Crawford. Jibe 109 Brook Street. Sunday afternoon from 4 to 6 Oclock. Birthday i a Rex George Jackson was honoured at a Surprise birthday party that was Given for him thursday evening at the Home 202 Homey Street by Hie wife mrs. Leona Jackson and daughters. Miss miss Louise Louise Lew is i jew is passes teachers College to Derk Xie i i Lim nos today this afternoon at 3 o clock Winston Salem teachers col Liege will Deb ate three new and j imposing building with services to be held in the new auditorium. He program will consist of the actual dedicatory exercises Sud selections by the schools Well liked choir. A the buildings were erected by Dwa. These to be dedicated this afternoon Are the Audito Riun senior girl a dormitory and a dining Hall. Others now in 25. Pas Edh a process of erection by Bra away at the Guilford county Sam Tor Iii Friday afternoon at 3 o clock. She formerly lived with her Uncle Thomas Simpson 1310 Olga Street. Funeral arrangement have not been completed. Miss Lewis is survived by one sister. Mii a Madalene Lewis of High Point four Brothers. Wain Lewis of High Point Harvey Lewis of Siler City. Simpson and Mathew Lewis of Columbia. S. C., and one Uncle. Thomas Simpson. It neral Selix it is Fok in Ibert i Snell today funeral services for Robert Russell who parsed away at the Home of his daughter 407 West Willis Street Friday afternoon. Will he held at Pilgrim congregational curl Stan Church sunday afternoon at 3 o clock. Rev. J. B. Jones pastor will have charge of the services. Interment will be in Greenhill cemetery or. Russel is survived by three daughters. Or. Alite Lowery and mrs. Ida Stricklin of High Point and mrs. Margaret Opp of Detroit three sons. Chan Drobig Russell of High Point. Thomas Russell of Salisbury and Pleze Russell of Gastonia. William Penn debaters tie in i i x the Charles Sumner i society of William a school and the Del a of James b. Dud Tai High school of or tied in their initial c. Adlet Friday the educational and re appointed teachers Tir ement by governor Hoey the state association of school Board members and the association for the study of childhood education. To. Teaching principal would be relieved in part or altogether of their class room duties. M i Gounod a hear King of Angels Quot had Dement a come to me a Beethoven isl Rywolt a Row Lovell Are thy dwellings a Brahms chamber 0 mom of Beauty a sic Luis Mathiews i a celestial chorus a Franck Bement a Jesus w asked this lame some x Alley a Dawson a were you there a Burleigh a poor wayfaring stranger a Gatewood a the Lamb a rett a the lord s prayer a Malotte Deu a in the Carpenter s shop a Foster a the great Awakening a Kramer. Miss Ellen Singleton of Bailey is accompanist for the glee 4 lob. Fire destroys negro Church l ire of i Nile Terminel origin Levels two Story Frame Structure the Enterprise Bureau x Commerce Street phone 535 Thomasville. March in. A. Fire levelled the Browne a new Calvary negro Church Here tonight. The Blaze which started shortly after 7 30, burned the two Story Frame Structure to the ground. Fire chief r. J. Tomlinson said the origin of the fire has not been determined. An estimate of the damage was not made. The building was built about ten years agn and was situated on Doak Street near Salem Street. T Ville Kidnap Rumor denied the Enterprise Bureau i Commerce Street phone 535 Thomasville. March is superintendent j. V mails of the City schools and police chief p. Smith tonight branded Rumor of an attempted Kidnap of he end children a for the past several Day rumours have been circulating in Thomasville that Effort had been made to Kidnap several school children. Professor Llau and chief Smith issued a statement saying that a a thorough investigation of the Rumor and incidents loading to the Rumor Are tinfoil Church will Honor auxiliary group presbyterians plan special service sunday morning new and retiring officers of the woman s auxiliary of the first presbyterian Church will be honoured at the morning service at that Church today it was announced yesterday. Those to be honoured include the following groups president mrs. N. S. Stirs Walt vice president. Mrs. A t. Ingram or. Recording Secretary mrs. Charles Barrier corresponding Secretary mrs. G. W. Pleasants or. Treasurer. Mrs. E. E. White historian mrs. Vav. Idol pastors Aid. Mrs. J. P. Williamson assistant pastors Aid mrs. G. Vav. Denny. Circle chairmen general chairman of circles. Mrs. E. A. Wright Circle no. I mrs. Fred Bartlett Circle no. 2. Mrs. Vav. J. Bennett Circle of. 3. Mrs Vav. R. Burgess Circle no. 4. Mrs. N. Cox Circle n o. 5, mrs. Hal a. Davis Circle no. 6. Mrs. Vav. Stanley Davis Circle no. 7, mrs. H. P. Hardin Circle no. 8, mrs. Newton Circle no. 9, mrs. Vav. A. Stalnacker. Evening circles Circle no. I mrs. J. D. Ross chairman Counselor mrs. Tom Mackenzie Circle no. 2, miss Kathleen Shelton chairman Counselor. Mrs. A has. A. Mcmurray Circle no. 3, mrs. Carl Connor chairman Counselor mrs. Howard White. Home Circle mrs. J. F. Carriker Raker. Secretaries of causes spiritual life. Mrs. D. Of. Hall. Or. Foreign missions. Mrs. P. H Dalton Assembly a Home missions. Or. Joe Waller Christian education and ministerial Relief mrs. A. E Taplin religious education. Mrs. Vav a Hayes synods and Presky Ierlan Home missions mrs a m. All red literature mrs. It. R til Soti social service mrs. Frank Wall social activities mrs. H l. Brockman. Preshy Erial officers District chairman mrs Lamar Mccasl Lum s. A p. Home missions mrs. P. H Dalton spiritual life Secretary. Mrs. O. Williamson. Retiring secretaries spiritual life. Mrs. B. S. Cummings religious education mrs. R. S. Lafferty. Retiring Circle chairmen. Do not have office for Church year mrs. F. R. Ringer. Mrs. Hobart Bryant Sander Dallas. Mrs. Be Man mrs. H. P. Morrison. Pioneer colonist horizontal i pictured founder of Pennsylvania. 10 to lift up. 11 each. 12 to gasp. 13 Branch. 16 conjunction. 17 compendiums. 19 to Ogle. 20 Spain. 21 Low caste hindu. 24 to sup. 27 hoisted taut up. 32 resin. 33 to piece out. 34 to Wake from sleep. 35 dubbed. 36 the dec 37 Genus c shrubs. 38 thing. 40 Gaiter. 42 to undermine 45 tufted up. 48 Garden tool. 50 Genus of rodents. Answer to previous Puzzle i Qiqin item Atlas 19 More crippled. 22 seed Wing. 23 skirt Edge. 25 hop Bush. 26 contrivance to raise Nap. 28 any wrongful act. 29 to regret. 30 distinctive theory. 31 he was a believer in by 52 Willow Twig. 53 Uncle. 54 two edged sword. 56 correlative of drawer. 59 he received a from Charles ii of great Britain. 60 he was a pm. Vertical 2 Persia. 3 Earth. 4 kindled. 39 bound oath. 41 lost to View. Bird 43 Oriental nurse 44 insects larval stage. 5 subsists. 6 nest of a of prey. 7 fruit. 8 Robins Homes 46 Bone. 9 North America. 12 he received this Colony in a a a of a debt pm. 14 concurs. 15 you and me. 17 scoffs at. 18 person of great fortitude 47 Mouth part. 48 a hollow. 49 sheaf. 51 Courtesy title. 53 tree bearing acorns. 54 red Cross. 55 and. 57 Sun god. 58 electrical unit in b. Smith mrs. A Vinoid Hinkle. Miss Georgis Morton. Mrs. Boyd e. Stout. Gem go Rankin the Sun never shines directly who j overhead on any spot in the new i United states since the Southern bar Moat Point of land is about 25 degrees North of the Equator and degrees North of the Equator and the Sun conies no farther North than 23 j degrees. Every Plant and animal Earth from microbe to no would die of suffocation withe oxygen. It in Frank All the progeny of a single pair of houseflies reached maturity they would if gathered together at the end of the summer fill a space of about a Quarter of a million cubic feet. Will be dedicate d later. Fair i new shoo l Newn or. Walter Hughes. Negro representative of the North Carolina state Board of health spoke to the students of Fairview Street St Hon Friday morning at Assembly hour on personal health. On the same program. Rev j. B. Jones pastor of Pilgrim congregational Church conducted devotional service. The baby clinic held at the school thursday afternoon was one of the meet successful thus far held. Or. Hughes was a visitor to the clinic. J. Henley com. To meet thursday the pc Henley corporation Bas announced that a shareholders meeting will be Beld at the Henley hotel thursday evening. March 23, 8 to to of clock. Aii shareholders and interested friends Are asked to by present d. V. Stewart rites to be conducted today last rites for Daniel Vance Stewart who died at his Home in Winston Salem at 2 45 of clock urday morning will be held afternoon it 2 o clock at the ill funeral Home in Winston Salem by Rev. Or. Truesdale of that City. Interment will follow at 2 so at the Clemmons Baptist Church cemetery. Or. Stewart is survived by Bis Mother. Mrs. Bell Stewart of a Winston Salem two Brothers. A f. And c. B. Stewart of Clemmons six Sisters. Mrs. W. A. Forrest mrs. R. A Thompson of Sanford. Mrs. J. R. Owen. Lexington. Mrs. I. R. Blakely. High Point mrs. J t. Bullard sails buy Road. And mrs. Farrell Thompson Winston Salem. Benson will visit Wharrie Council to 11 old conferences on mural scouting c. H. Benson director of re Sal scouting. Boy so outs of America for the United states will visit the Wharrie Council for two Days. Or. Benson is Iii meet with Council officials in High Point and Irvington on monday and on tuesday will conduct a Rural scout conference in Salisbury for Rural Lead err from the Kwh Arne Connell a Well As Rural leaders from the Winston Salem Greensboro and Cherokee Council the 1st named Council has its hrad Quai ters in Reidsville. The subject for discussion in the conference which will be held at the Yadkin hotel. Salisbury beginning at i pm. Tuesday March 21. Are As follows agriculture Aud country life As related to scouting the Rural boy his Home. Family and neighbourhood Rural organization institutions and agencies developing cooperative relations with Rural organizations Council organization and the District plan applying the scout program on a Rural basis education and promotion through in ral Presa developing and train ing an adequate District commissioner staff operating committees at work in the Rural districts Rural planning committees when where and How used. Camping program for farm and Rural boy rubbing applied to Rural areas senior scouting i at work in Rural areas explorer in country life conducting j Rural leaders training courses on a Council wide or District i basis methods and Organiza i Tion plans in Rural financing discussion of population trends in Rural area. 4-h clubs and How to cooperate with them future Farmers clubs and How to cooperate with them cooperating with Granges farm bureaus and other Rural organizations developing Rural exhibits demonstrations and Civie services self help programs. In lir Ift education and scout bin its forestry. Tree planting and conservation projects How to Cee our literature tools in scouting. Any persons interested in the scouting program Are invited to attend. Special i a a a monday Only Plain garment cleaned pressed special Cash a carry Felt hats cleaned and blocked 10c photographic tour to be taken to san Hills several members of the High Point camera club and other interested persons will leave this afternoon for a a camera caravan a to the san Hills to take photographs. The group it was announced by j. F. Bivins will meet at the county building about i o clock thu afternoon Ami will leave from that Point. Guilford cleaners now three locations to serve you 819 North main street�?218 East Washington St.�?1808 English St. A j

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