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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 26, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Mom Center of Industry High Point North Carolina tuesday Mardi 26. 1940 Eagle Hill exhibition goes on despite Snow and slush by John Mebane for single horses. Ivy Thomas was sort of a Durn fool thing for it second and Fred Swain third. Will to do Snow on easter they said. Spainhour took first for single the weather Man must of got on a Milles with will Bodenheimer big drunk or else the president second and will Spainhour third. Took another one of his notions to the Mot singers the Thomases the change a Holiday. Spain hours and the Roden Heimers hut to matter. Snow or no had a great Day. Snow. There was t another Holiday in the Riding horse classic la that was fit. And Eagle Hill school j Tion first award went to Fred had its exhibition Day yesterday Green and second and third to just As had been planned. Charlie Thomas. Ray Hardman to he sure the Snow and the walked off with first honors in the mud and the cons arned cold took Brood Mare teams division with its toll in attendance ail right Walter Everhart second. Fred the crowd was t up to Hep by a Green took first for single Brood Long shot and the chill air sort of mares. Ray Hardman took both cooled off last years ardor but second and third place honors. In nobody said the hot dogs with the Saddle horse group t. H. Liv onions weren t As Good As they Tengood came in first e. J. Welder been or that Hie fiddles were Horn second Aud Paul Clynard any less tuneful than before. I third. A Spring season without an sex perform ebs am right i hit Ion Day at Eagle Hill school the horses and the mules were Over beyond Wallburg would lie All right. But the performers were about As unthinkable As it would All right too. All during the Day to skip Christmas just because it they put on programs that Attao at owed or because the old Man Ted the visitors by the gobs. They who lives at the North pole had1 played they gave recitations and swapped in his Reindeer for a they presented plays. It was real new tangled Gyroscope. J Good fun even with the wind the show had to go on and go smacking about ones ears hard on it did. I Png ugh to blow Down a Topsail commissioner of agriculture w. And the mud so deep and so Slushy Kerr Scott did t show up to say that it oozed into one s shoe tops his piece hut still the show went like Slippery eels. On the missionary societies with her no Rands there their food and drink stands had a the string bands were there bit left Over because the people and they played As loud and Melo a did no to turn out like they had in Tous As anybody could of a ked prior years last year 10.000 were i those on the Eagle Hill band in attendance hut everybody Wagon played especially loud and j was full of Good will and Good fun tuneful for they won first prize because exhibition Day is an old for horse drawn band wagons with Eagle Hill custom and customs of Hardman and Everhart coming in Good standing were never things a close second. The decision was to be sneered at no matter How All right with the Home Folk and i smart one thinks he is. The visitors too. Bodenheimer and Spainhour walked off with top honors in the contest for mule drawn band wagons. The hand wagons horse drawn and mule drawn. Circled the school building three times each with the hand members playing away and the crowds enjoying it and having As much fun As the old folks had when Little Willie was it up by the pigs. They had a lot of winners in the other divisions too. Paul Motsinger took first place for Grady Speaks in Greensboro outlines conditions whirl led to of Vine Iran standards seek extradition of Woodrow Eason on Holdup charge Man now being held by new or City police wanted Here for Holdup of taxi Driver a. J. Koonce to speak at . Banquet Here local government officials Convene sessions in City prosecuting attorney Byron i Haworth was preparing a Peti a Tion today preparatory to an Effort to extradite from new York pity Woodrow Meson wanted Here on a charge of Highway robbery. Eason is wanted in High Point local officer said in connection with the Holdup and robbery of w. Of. Mooney taxicab Driver last september la. He is charged with having been one of the three men involved in that Holdup and robbery. Another was Robert Kirk. Who. Was arrested sometime ago and the next morning made his sensational Walkaway when the jail cell was opened. Kirk has not been recaptured. Eason was picked up by new York City police on a charge of regional meeting gets i Midway St Sheraton hotel dinner to 6 clock officials representing City county governments in eight Coal ties in this Region assembled i ibis afternoon tot j meeting to discuss local Goveri ment legislative problems. To meeting convened at 3 o clock the Sheraton hotel. The session Here is one of it s o i toll to i Soled jointly by the North cart Itna league of municipalities Tolj association of county comm stoners and the state employ association. Among those in attendance it 1 i a i municipal league. In attendance were of i from Guilford Randolph Roc Ingham Stokes Forsyth. David son Davie and Rowan count it mayor. At hut Kirkman of the City was official Host to the Gat a Fin a dinner Ion at w in the discussions will be Contin vim be held at 6 of clock tonight the discussions were cent chiefly about the use of state levied Highway funds Home nil local government finance and Bement pensions for local Glt a vagrancy and was to have been tried there yesterday. The fed-1 when the Good ship Quot Christian i eral government has placed a de Endeavor sets sail for Distant Fainer against him As a fugitive. I per next Friday with Captain or. Haworth will prepare the a Arnold j. Koonce at the Helm pers requesting his extradition i there be fun and Fellowship and Send them to governor Hoey Oto a Quot a More with a request that they he senti occasion will he the Quarto gov. Herbert h. Lehmann Ofie a Masr meeting of Hie High now York. I Point christan Endeavor Union Mooney told officers he was banquet As its feature and moment employee held up and robbed after he had Koonce As principal speaker. Answered a Call from fares who i a course for the occasion was wanted to be taken out near the i darted by the program committee acc Camp. He said the men Rob Quot la mrs. Helen Martin As chair bed him of $16. Rode him around Man an i carry out the theme several Miles and then put him Jchristian Endeavor around the out. J Quot Quot All Christian endeavoured Quot the arrangements committee announced. Quot Are asked to he on hand when the ship sets sail at 7 of clock from the port of Lebanon Church on its tour of a Christian Endeavor around the world a special presentation of a Tulip time will be Given Here wednesday or. Highsmith dentist an ecu notes the he will Nim devote in my Tim to to High Point office. 124�, n. Main St phone 411-1 Greensboro. March 256.�? Ltd a Rani d. Grady running for the senior High school operetta. Quot Tulip time a with a cast of Over $0, will he staged for the first time wednesday afternoon in a special performance for elementary pupils in the Junior High auditorium. The matinee performance will begin at 3 30 of clock. Only elementary students will be admitted. City Council not to hold meeting doughnuts Delicio so Kousi per or by a fast won t you Stop in today Dixie Cream Dom is open a to lot v i in it i i i c it horse drawn teams with j the democratic gubernatorial Thomas second and Ray Hardman nomination demanded a legislating. In the mule team division j tiv it re apportionment in 1941 in will Spainhour splinter Home in n Owensboro Lions front with who Bodenheimer com Fuh today ing in second. T the Silver haired Kenly lawyer. Rani Motsinger took first again ,0 a Veteran legislator chose regular meeting l. 0.0. M. Tonic it 7 30 pc Leek tin. Man St. W. A. Parham governor j. E. A Landru. Sec. Why tor Quick Relief from cold in homa take Reid liquid a Tablet a As his topic Quot democracy must j survive and outlined the conditions w hich led to the Stab j a ashment of the United states As i a Quot land of Freedom Equality he Man Liberty economic opportune j try Justice and neglect ter relies a in the Busy lives of recent j years a said Grady a a those of us j who Are the beneficiaries of that j a. Great dream struggle and vie j Lory of the fathers have not kept j suffer front colds the fires of democracy and human Economy before us As a Para-1 mount obligation owing by us to those who gave their All that we i might he spared the sufferings and humiliations which had been their lot. We have neglected our Public responsibilities because of i the pressure of our private interests. Quot democracy is ruled by a Ma-1 Jority of those to he ruled. In this we have overlooked one important Point in North Carolina i in that we have failed to of serve the constitutional require j ment of re apportionment of governmental representation based j upon population. This is a Vita principle of democracy which we cannot ignore or else one by one j All principles May be us 666 Parker Brown co. Reorganized Here Branch office of social Security Board opens Here the High Point Branch office of Tho social Security Hoard la Jjo Phon tomorrow la i. Up to he ready however for the Reg the meeting of the City Council which had been planned for wednesday to adopt a Resolution att a theorizing the City s Bond refund i ing plan has been postponed it was announced today. All details of the Resolution i have not yet been completed and i it will nor be in readiness for d now open in room 216 Post of announcement was made Here j Hee building for filing Ria ins and making application for social Security account numbers. Office hours Are As follows monday. 9 a in. To i p. In. Wednesday. 9 a. In. To i porn. And 1 30 p. In to 4 30 p. In. Friday. I p. In. To 5 p. In. The first today of the reorganization and change of name of the Parker Brown company. The company has been incorporated the name changed to Parker Brown lumber company. Incorporated with incorporator As follow Parker sr., president Glenn Brown vice president and Secretary and Scott Parker treasurer. Alar Council meeting wednesday in april meanwhile. Amos r. Kearns chairman of the councils finance committee is in new York where he conferred today with the City a Bond attorneys relative to the refunding proposal. The City Hopes through this proposed give your family the be to use Central la a Sec our Beautiful Lee a Prier and terms will mum ice delivery ii Hosl Ilio it Street com in n phone a. A. A Efu Riding Murday 9 a. In. To i p. In. Of Muf approximately 94<>.oo0 r. B. Brandis. Jr., Field assist # it is in charge Filka nivre no drop Paramount service station Fisk tires and batteries cult products washing and lubricating ass West Green St. Phone 405 delivery service Harry a get acquainted special $24.50 men s suits $14.95 la of a Heer 210 e. Washington St. The firm will now Deal in Millwork of All kinds As Well As nationally known brands of building i materials. Complete machinery has been installed for manufacturing Millwork of the finest kind or. Parker the new member i j of the firm brings with him More a than is years experience in the a building Supply business until ii recently he has been lonne fed with Snow lumber company. This experience in now at the disposal of the firm s customers or. Parker stated. Firemen extinguish two Thomasville rail landmark i Small blazes in City being destroyed today Ai door noway Natii n,0#wn nomm. Law Krhn Cluni. J. Godot provisions of Tkv National housing act Barber genasc0 r00fikc now or Phum. In Row special to the Enterprise Thomasville. March 26. A an old Thomasville landmark a Small Brick sub station which was located near the Southern railway tracks in the heart of the City is being torn Down today since not being used for the past several months. The sub station was formerly used by the rail firemen answered two alarms in the City yesterday. One was to extinguish a fire which originated on the first floor of the Home of John a. Cannon All Mont lieu Avenue. Firemen said the Blaze which did Little damage. Originated from matches yesterday afternoon they extinguished a fire in a Brooder House at the Home of Charles White 500 White Oak Street. A Hedgecock lumber co. Phone lean 1215 Ward St have both a number of years sex Prieme in this business this Hiatt _. _ j. R Load but a new arrangement of i a in Png a Oater Glenn Brown uni Scott Parker uproot he near i a attributed "l.i. J athe Power for the signal system j to a cd Ufa. A or the i 1 made it possible to dispense with i this building. The removal of the i building will enable s better View j of the approaching trains at the i main Street crossing. City seeks own Power system Davidson census work takes form Guilford county first in state in number of plants and wage earners Model Supply company a a comp plumbing and rating service Quot Doi in Broad St. Phone 32iu before your roof gets a a gone with the wind com in and a us about re roofing your Home ask us about our financing plans. Parker Brown company la Oak Street a Good place to by Aii your building requirements phone 4�,?5 an economic Survey released Hgt hair i Hopkins of Commerce reveals that Guilford county ranked form in the state in the number of manufacturing Plum Ami in wage earner employed by much industries from i Guy to id,17. The count. Held the lotto place in id2d in the nation. Haing maniac tiring plants. However by idas it a erupted Iirth place. Y not Ber upsurge brought the county to rank Idt with 207 plants listed in operation. The show went on despite an Omen weather Man who snit allow on easter several limn i red persons braved mud arid a whistling wind to attend tile annual festivities in emmets Tion with exhibition Day at a gip Hill school near Wallburg yesterday. In the top photo May be seen a part of the crowd in attendance gathered before the platform on which a continuous All Day program was presented. In the Middle is one of the Tine teams entered in the contests. The lower photo shows one of the winning horse drawn band wagons. Enterprise staff photos by John Mebane r. B. Spencer 88, Dies spa Tanh up cd a Conn ii at Home in Glenola working to promote project funeral services for Spencer 88. Who died March morning at 9 30 of clock Spartanburg. S c 26�? it pm a the Herald said today if had Learned the Spartanburg City Council was seeking to obtain a municipal Power and Light system for the City. Under a tentatively drafted ordinate the City would be authorized to Issue Revenue Bonds Mamie Pitts of Greensboro and a r monday at his Home in Glenola will he held at Marlboro friends Church wednesday morning at la of clock. None of or. Spencer s immediate family survive ills wife w orders will he called to meeting saturday morning i up Felsl to the Enterprise Thomasville. March 26. Persons in Thomasville and other sections of Davidson county w to have applied for positions As Cen sus takers. Have been notified of a meeting by s. Eugene Raper i of i he i St i n Kodak finishing Call 2758 Smith s studio Quot we it All for and delivery Bavin Paad away year i of a he a a a a a is. I. Mi., saturday morning Al ten War gifts to Europe and Asia total above 510,000,000 Mark ago. Surviving Are a Niece. Miss. O 1 a one Day school and exiting in a. Lion will he conduct end at the up to 1,250.000 to finance the a Nephew Nathan s. Edwards of j meet not which will be held proposed project. The newspaper said three Poasi the Home who grew or. Spencer s care. At Howard finance co. Auto Loans a apr Rialls in financing autos Money in to minute lowest Washington phone Ziss Chi la Finland biggest beneficiaries of american donations Hie sources of Power were being considered 1. By Purchase from the Duke Power company 2. By a tie up with the Santee Cooper project by utilization of a municipal Federal spending Over $7,000,000,000 Isis ii so Var Lii to s credit clothing store ladik1 avd men clothing terms to suit 215 North main St. Opposite Beeson How. Co. Washington March 26.�? a the wars of Europe and Asia j locating another 20,000,000. Already have called Forth Anteri Phe exact amount sent to China can donations of 10,000,000 of for a pref has never been an i More for the Relief of distressed trounced. Chinese in the United civilian populations. States have been heavy contrib a state department summary of tutors to their Homeland. I contributions under the Neutral a a it a owned Hydro elect it project War material purchases granted grated in connection with the to Finland by the Export i in port Chat water works. Bank also May he added to the i Bower is now furnished in the j general total. The Hank recently j Tbs Date Power company. Increased this original sum by a1 nazis shoot Down French air Raider Elwood cafe steaks broiled on Best broiler obtainable featuring this weeks Elwood t. Bone Steak 7/4 Pound $1.00 a top sirloin Steak 14 of. Adv. 70c 9 sizzling cube Steak. Soc 3 a a la carte steaks served with French Fried by j Ity act showed today that More than 5,0110,000 in Money and j goods has been collected privately i in the first half year of the eur i rope an struggle. As much or More has gone to China since the outbreak of hostilities with Japan european gifts the department reported that Cash Aid to european belligerents totalled St.841.sss. Other gifts were valued at 754.soo. The tabulation however omits the american red Cross the organization which leads in funds i a teed the red Gross was unable in present its figures in time for inclusion this Aid was solely for Hie belligerent countries mentioned 1 Man found dead West of Raleigh Francis i Olga it apparently hit by train Berlin March 26 Pye loss of one French plane with Aerial activity on both sides of the Western front was reported today by the German High command. Its communique said Washington March 26 a Federal fiscal year expenditures j passed 7.ooo,obo,poo today. So far in the year which will i end june 30, Tho Treasury has i spent 7,009.169.559, and taken in 4,362.057.872, causing a Defi Cit of 2.647,11 1,687. In the similar portion of the previous i fiscal year expenditures amounted to 6,617,588, 88. Receipts 4,- 344,537,466, and the deficit 2,-1 273,051.022. The deficit however has been declining in the last three week due to the filing of annual income tax returns and heavy patients of at least one fourth of the income up under j Davidson county court House j in Lexington. A Large number of applicants Are expected to he on hand Ami compete for the positions. The successful candidates will he announced within a very Short time possibly Over the week end and Active work will Start on tues a a i Day. April 2 Sprinkle a a it oin it service from seaport aves eyes satisfies t y \ gym 17c Sprinkle per a ulus service station Ittah n main St. Sensational used car prices backed up by $500.00 Reward Raleigh March 26 it up it a the body of Francis Polglase meanwhile the debt on March 23 was reported at the record figure of 42.525.475.883. In the neutrality proclamation i Germany France Poland and the where Chr body was found. British Empire. 4 in addition several millions of. Sum mils to injuries dollars were collected for finland1 Lumberton. March 26 up by various associations. They were j a Everett Mcdonald. 22, of near not required to Register with the View s. A. Who was in state department recall a Finland Jared in an Auto Molite collision i Vohn ,u?.dorlnrpd a belligerent. Near his Home died in a Hospital onions and potatoes Tih 10,000,000 credit for non Here yesterday Quot on the West front no special area due Quot with a few millions events. I yet to he recorded the Treasury a an air fight took place Between Fia income tax collections Mease Schmitt chasers and French a a the just -3 Days of March to j Mora be Pursuit planes in the Saar-1 tales 638.073,31, compared with about 35. Was found beside rail-1 Hru Cocken Region. In the course 482,858,316 in the same number Road tracks three Miles West of thereof one enemy plane was shot _. A year. Raleigh Early this morning Down. During the night of March Coroner Roy m. Ranks said pol 24-25 the German air Force under Glaser a head was badly mangled. 1,00< a number of successful recon apparently by a train. He was not no i a Nee flip ii t is Over Northern certain what train hit the Man anal Eastern France without Inlet since the body a beside tracks no defense. Or both the Southern and Seaboard a about the same time enemy planes entered Northern and southwestern Germany violating Sev-1 eral times dutch belgian. Luxem a Bourn Sud .s�88 territories Romong a Luthy to a Mem Mem Joday Aud Yvo. O. A. Head to be feted Greensboro March 26.�?i/p a de sin Matt Bradshaw of Omaha. Neb president of the Woodmen of the world will be the Pliest of Honor at a w. O. W. Banquet Hete april la. Tomorrows special 1935 Oldsmobile 4 door trunk Sedan $187.50 we refuse to be undersold fears of invasion reason for swede Gold shipments Gate City motor co air line railroads Banks said Polglase lived in Westover Raleigh suburb near Washington March 26 a swedish fears of invasion were used car lot opposite Post office phone 4693 congratulation to the woman s Cli b Point on Thror 50th Anniv is Ary of High to he responsible for unusually Large Gold shipments from Sweden to the United states. The scandinavian country which had shipped 57, of Gold Here since the first of the year to March 13. Sent an add j tonal 24.391,676 in the week ended match 20, t

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