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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 4, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Thursday May i. 1939the High Phim Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point. North Carolina Page three Sec. A state High court to review James Godwin Case next wee Enterprise Bureau sir Walter hotel Raleigh May 4 a the state supreme court will next week hear Oral arguments for four men condemned to death for capita felonies. Three of the quartet were sentenced by Superior court judge John j. Burney who took his Seal on the Bench less than six months ago. Three of the cases resulted in first decree murder verdicts while the fourth conviction was for arson of an occupied dwelling in the night time. Two Are from Robeson county one from Hoke Aud Tho other from Guilford. None of the cases presents any novel or unique feature on Appeal counsel for the condemned men urging errors in instructions admission of improper and excl Jon of proper evidence and similar Ordinary reasons for Appeal. Godwin Case the capital cases i state is James Godwin perhaps the most notorious of the cases in View of the fact that it was Godwin who escaped from jail by Tho Clever device of wooing the Jailer s buxom daughter and prevailing upon her to unlock the doors. Godwin was convicted of killing one Donald Moss after his jail break and some touring or the country with a companion in rime one Bill Wilson. Moss was shot As he sat in his automobile on Pine Street in High Point. Godwin a counsel contend that they were forced into trial when unprepared. The shooting occurred on october 3, 1938, Godwin was arrested on october 7, the judge i Hubert e. Olive appoint it him it toilet to and the trial was begun october is. They also argue that evidence of wholly unconnected crimes was in properly admitted and that alleged confessions of the defendant should have been excluded because induced by Quot Hope of re a do held out to him. In All the defendants counsel John a. Myers and Thomas tur Ner. Jr., court appointed and t j. Gold employed by relatives it Godwin from Texas took 9 7 exceptions during the course of the trial. 2 state is Cleveland Joner from Hoke county. Defendant was convicted of first degree arson for the burning of a dwell ing House in the night time who it was occupied by Quincy Smith his wife and children who hat narrow escapes from being burned to death. The Case comes up from Hoke county where it was tried before judge Burney. Trails foot prints principal evidence against the defendant was a trial from the Smith Home to the House in which Jones was staying a a Trail made by a pair of shoes with part Lulai imprint which exactly matched Jones shoes. Defendant s argument is made chiefly to admission of the shoe print evidence and to the Contention that there was established an Alibi in his belief. 3 state is Bricey Hammonds a one legged Man with half of one hand gone who was convicted of the apparently unprovoked and senseless shooting of Lacy Brumbie a prison Camp guard while the latter was carrying him Home in an automobile. Defendants Contention is that there was absolutely no motive possible for the killing that it could not have been premeditated in View of the evidence that the pair were on the friendliest terms and had been drinking together shortly before the crime. Hammond. It was testified shot Brumbie in the Back As the latter was fixing a Flat tire on the car. 4 state is Alfred caper from Robeson. Caper was convicted of the ambush shooting of j. C. Mcneill at the latter a Home. He was tried jointly with one Al Bostick who was acquitted by the jury which doomed caper. On wednesday no Brief had been filed by defendant counsel and this cause was in danger of being dismissed for that reason. Joe Hawthorne is elected president of Thomasville rotary club wednesday Thomasville. May 4.�? Type Ial Joe Hawthorne was elected resident of the Thomasville Roary club at the meeting wed neg Lay. Nee English was elected vice resident and Robert rat p was a elect cd Secretary and treasurer Heap men will go into office on Illy i. New directors were elects is follows James e. Lambeth r. George d Finch or. P. M. Sherrill Rev. J. A. Neil Sod. J. W. Joyles Frank file. R b. Carpener Robert c. Rapp and Joe Haw Horny. Tho program today was in Harft of Robert Rapp. Who preened Eugenia Booth music erector of the City schools. Miss tooth presented Reid Howard Linth Grade Pupil in the City schools who won second place in he state trials some time ago in he unchanged voice group. Reid aug the selection. Quot the Norw a Ian mrs. Claiborne Penn Agron presented one of her sex ression pupils Little Martha Ann Urlee. Who gave an interesting Reading. George Finch presented a mov a picture in connection with the International convention of Roary which meets in Cleveland la to june 19-23. The official Del Gates in addition to Joe Haw Horne the incoming president ave not been named a yet. An note resting feature of the meeting Aday was the Reading of the list f delegates to the International conventions since the inception of rotary in Thomasville. A Delegate has attended every convention a lure 1923. With the exception of one year. The list follows with the location of the convention 1923�?St. Louis Charles Phillips. 1924�?toronto, Canada or. Raymond a Yokeley. 1923�?Cleveland, Ohio Howell p. Kyser. 1926�?denver, colo., Rev. W. L. Hutchens. 1928�?Rev. Henry Maier Minneapolis. Minn. J 1929 a Dallas. Texas., Rev. Charles s Kirkpatrick. 1930�?chicago, 111., or Raymondv. Yokeley and Dan w. Mad j Dox. 1931�?vienna, Austria Tom i Sykes by proxy. J 1932 Seattle Washington no record of Delegate. 1933�?boston, mass., or. C. H. Phillips 1934 i Boyles. 1935-i Finch Charles gifts like these Delight by Marian Young Nea service staff correspondent new York in a season when a ice Sporles Are More intriguing Lan Ever before its no problem a find a gift which will make Tother pretty Happy on Mother Lay. From Lovely Little flowered ques handsome hits of neck ear and other items equally in he mood of extreme Femi nity. Hat distinguishes the fashions of he moment to stunning hand pitched gloves and Large bags for he More tailored woman theres he right gift for every Mother. Jewelry vies with exciting neckwear for favor of you can to decide list what kind of Collar or Blouse or frilly Jabot Mother might like look at Springs newest necklaces with bracelets earrings and even rings to match. Lie a Cluster of Petal shaped plastic Flowers on a slender Chain resembles a Flower Lei which you might see on a South sea Island. A modern version of the old fashioned Sunburst which mothers own Mother used to Wear comes in Gold or Silver coloured Metal with Center of sapphires garnets or brilliants. It can be worn As a Pendant on a Chain or without the Chain As a clip. A Wreath of Pale soft Pink magnolias on a plastic Chain in Matching Pink would please the Mother who adores evening jewelry. A perfectly Square very Small wrist watch with a pigskin strap is Ideal for the sports-Inind-1 cd Mother. And for any Mother old or Young there Are Lovely i beads that look for All the world j like Large soap bubbles. In daytime bags i ones continue to be most popular. For the Mother who intends to travel this summer perhaps to one or both of the worlds fairs a a bag of natural Saddle leather with a special closing which makes the bag stay open once you have it open is Nice indeed. To Wear with summer Cottons and Spectator sports dresses a plaid Gingham bag with red Percale j lining is smart. Among inexpensive bags pastel suede ones with Matching gloves Are news. You can to go wrong in the cosmetics department of course a flacon of her favorite perfume. A new Box of face powder a set i of lipsticks a Complete makeup kit any one of these is sure to j please. Among the novelties you might i consider is a hide Satin pin Cush t Ion. Filled with Sachet powder in i to which Are stuck four Corsage i pins the top of each a tiny bottle of perfume. The bottles Are filled with different scents of course j Mother might Wear two of the pins on her hat Hie other two on her Lapel Umstead on memorial Day program May 28 any Mother elections red Springs red Springs May 4.�? it pm or. Walter Mcrae has been reelected mayor for the tenth consecutive time. Postal rec la pts 91,882 Asheboro. May 4. A special a postal receipts for the month of april in Asheboro totalled $1,882.49 according to an announcement released by j. O. Redding postmaster. This is a decrease of $286.19 from the same month last year. The ids in comparative volume is attributed to an abnormally goo april last year. Germany is now the worlds second largest Benzyl producing country. Monroe Monroe May 4.�? up a Robert s. Houston has been elected City treasurer and clerk. Goldsboro Goldsboro. May 4 App a mayor j. H. Hill has been reelected after having served 13 years. a aaa aaa a a aaa to or ii ii _ vr___n_____1 Kliza Beth it Elizabeth my May 4.�? apr mayor Jerome r. Flora will be unopposed for re election in the voting May 9. Gastonia Gastonia May 4. A Ati City Council Hart elected 0. F. Mason jr., solicitor of municipal court succeeding John a. Wilkins. The recently elected Council made no further changes in the government. Play Friday Asheboro May 4. A special a the senior charts of Asheboro High school will present their annual play Friday evening at 8 of clock in the Capitol theatre. The presentation is Quot you re telling me Quot a three act comedy written by Wilbur Braun new and smart mothers Day gifts include a flattering Little Cap of Gardenias upper left. With it Are shown Sapphire earrings and a Modem version of the old fashioned Sunburst which May be worn on a Chain or As a clip. At upper right is a necklace which resembles a Lei of Flowers with Bracelet to match. Four bottles of perfume on Orsage pins Are stuck into the Blue Satin Pincushion Center. The jewel Box lower left is lined with moire. Leather compact comb Case gloves handbag and Bill fold and change purse combination Are items sure to please any Mother. Such perennial favourites leather sewing boxes lined with moire comb cases compacts feminine looking Bill fours stockings monogrammed handkerchiefs. Slippers gloves and colourful scarfs still remain favorite. Taffeta petticoats and slips and nightgowns of filmy Cottons Are news. A bed jacket of handkerchief Linen is decorated with hand embroidered Bow knots. A Blue silk Scarf has the 1939 Eal As endear in Rich deep red figures and letters. The florists have outdone themselves this year and really original bouquets of Cut Flowers As Well As a wide variety of plants and corsages for mothers Day Are available in All Price ranges. And of course you can t go wrong on gloves. Any Mother will appreciate a pair of Plain White Doeskin pull on no woman Ever hns too Many pairs of Good simple White ones. In Detroit Mich. W William b. Umstead of Durham. Former United states congressman from the North Carolina sixth District has accepted an invitation to deliver a memorial Day address Here sunday afternoon May 28. The address will he delivered at memorial Day exercises sponsored jointly by Andrew Jackson Post no. S7, american legion and the Post s local auxiliary. The services will be held at Oakwood cemetery. Or. Instead accepted the invitation in a letter received by judge d. C. Macrae yesterday. To attend 4 implore Asheboro May 4. Special a approximately 75 Roy scouts from the Asheboro District will attend the seventh annual u w h a r r i e Council Camporee which begins Friday afternoon and continuing Over the week Mexico City George d. Mrs. George d. Finch. Phillips mrs. Charles Phillips Charles f. Finch. Mrs. Charles f. Finch. Or. Raymond j Yokeley Robert Rapp. 1936 Atlantic City x. Jor. I. G. Greer. 1937�?nice, France. Or. O. R i Hodgin. 1938�?san Francisco cal., or. I. G. Greer. Several of the local club plan to attend the District rotary conference in Pinehurst on thursday and Friday of this week. Vav wow Vav Vav to a wow to we Vav Vav to wow wow Vav 4 a its news when Mallinson Pussy Willow silk prints for women Are Only news of coloured people in Hale grosses 911.05 Gross receipts from the second Quai Community tag Day held turd a were $41.05, it was rented Toncy by or. J. C. Morgan. Airman of the negro Park com Sion the sponsoring group e Effort was put Forth to raise lids to assist in the equipping a Community band. Three prizes were offered to 4 workers. Mrs. Nellie Chavis in the first prize $5, mrs. A Hood won the second prize $2.50, and mrs. Bessie part a in Tho third prize of la. The or workers who also made of report were mrs. Lottie no san mrs. Carrie Harris mrs in Woodruff. Mrs. Mattie Pott mrs. Charles Ste wait. Miss try Bright miss Cora Lee Robson miss Christine Inland is Ruth Leach and miss Inez whom. After the sum of $8.50 for and $4.52 for tags was dieted a balance of $27.7 3 refined in the Treasury for the rid. To. Vary daughters of inc a Honor pastor rho daughter of Dorcas of the wary Baptist Church gave a reprise birthday party in the men ent of the Church monday Ming in Honor of the pastor v. J. E. Melton. Mrs. Susie untie is president of the club. Try i new Misic group resented at we. Penn rite classes of mrs. Magolia tart and mrs. Martha Parker Tenga e of Fairview Street tool were presented in a music non stration at William Penn Jyh school wednesday morning o students exp a tied How they rued to sing what they knew nit sight singing Aud Sung a incr of selections. The closing Liber was Given by mrs. Night talc a a class it was a motion song entitled a Cotton needs picking Quot and a very Well received second night at scout leadership class the second lesson of the introductory course in scouting will be Given at William Penn High school this evening at 6 30 o clock. A e y okely chairman of the leadership training committee. Will teach the lesson. Softball notes the Junior comets William Penn softball team won its fifth i successive official game by defeating the Thomasville Junior 18 to i on the Leonard Street school Field wednesday afternoon. The Junior comets were very materially aided in the Victory by the two hit pitching of j. L. Hums and t. Haywood led the hams Nad t. Haywood led the comets in Hatting. The senior team of William Penn was Defeated by a score of 5 to i b the Thomasville seniors. Dallis and w. Strickland we Ere outstanding for Thomasville while p. Mccall played Well for i William Penn. Funeral services for mrs. La Rajow Friday i. M. J funeral services for mrs. Mildred Ludlow will he held at St. Paul holiness Church Friday evening at 2 30 o clock wit ii Rev. K. Mingo in charge. Inter meat will be in Greenhill cemetery. A c. E. Yoh Fly Speaks to l. I. H. Club guest speaker at the meeting of the l. L. H. Club held at the Horny of miss Ruby Payne 401 Meredith Street wednesday eve Ning was c. E. Yokely instructor in English and history at William Penn High school. Or. Yokely stalk was much approx elated by the club. Members present were misses Wallne Knox Geraldine Gillis Serlena Gannaway Lettisha Gib son Dorothy Mcconnell Theresa Saunders Margaret Myers Catherine Gould Helen Campbell Priscilla Kendall Juanita Saunders. Carolyn Robinson. Buist i Cranford Ruth Caldwell Oma Jane Capel Esther Strain Sarah Colson and parthenia Harris. The hostess served a Savory repast at the end of the meeting. 1295 end according to an announcement by Bob Wood local scout commissioner. 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