High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 4 1940, Page 10

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 4, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Fair hmm damages of almost $70,000 sought in action filed today suits Are brought against i. H. Bottoms truck lines As result of collision Especial to the Enterprise Greensboro May 4. Damages aggregating nearly $70,000 were asked in three suits filed in the office of the clerk of Guilford county Superior court this morning against l. Ii. Bottoms truck lines of High Point. Plaintiffs Are Luther Garner. Helen Turner and Louise Turner All of Cleveland county. The plaintiffs allege that their car and an l. H. Bottoms tractor trailer collided on Arch Hill near the Southern Ballway underpass on the Greensboro High Point Highway on Eastern sunday afternoon that they were proceeding toward High Point and that the truck. Unequipped with chains despite the Snow on the Highway. Was on the left hand Side of the Road. The Driver of the truck is not named in the complaints. Garner who sustained a fractured left Arm in the collision alleges that he has lost time from his work a believes the 11 jury is permanent a and asks $7,500. Helen Turner asks for damages or $10,000 for a a lacerated nose. A purplish discoloration of the Cornea of her left Eye. And a a knot on the left tending to a permanent Louise Turner who alleges that she sustained fractures of the left Arm and leg. A lacerations of the face and body a broken no a and Mouth injuries contends that she has been in the Hospital since the Accident and does not know when she will he Able to be released. She asks damages of $50,000. Concert Given by elementary school chorus mrs. Ethel Carter claimed by death seven months illness fatal to local resident i his is peace and this is America in. It Hase idol lit. The All City elementary chorus composed of Over too boys and girls from the City schools last night gave a remarkable concert at the Junior High school. The concert which was tinder the direction of miss Dorothy i Hoskins and Carl j. N. Cron a Stedt and accompanied by miss Mae Kirkman was remarkable in that every word in each selection was very clearly enunciated. This in itself is a problem with which any adult chorus Large or Small i must Cope yet this Large a lenten a a Quot ,.a tary group handled that phase. With no trouble whatsoever. It is due. Almost entirely to the Tine instruction hich miss Hoskins and or. Cronstedt have Given their students. This is an excellent foundation and implies that even greater results May be expected in the future. Program Well done All of the selections were Well done and the presentation was highly commendable the varied program running front a come thou almighty King to a pop Joes the the most surprising number however was a Twilight dreads a the words of which were written by Hazel Slack and the music i Gueth Harlan Sloop. Curtis Norton posed by Francis booze. Both Wood and Jack Gibson. Mrs. Car of these elementary pupils Are a Quot of gained a wide Circle of students at Johnson Street school. I friends who will learn of her when the fact is considered that heat ii with keen regret the selection was presented just As it was composed one realizes that these students Are highly deserving of special notice. The song was smooth and it had Melody As Well As Harmony. I Hope these students will not Stop with this selection for it is i apparent a hat they know How to do j a Good Job this number was am pie evidence of that. I the program presented last night is As follows i come thou almighty King. De Giardini Vesper hymn russian Melody mrs. Ethel Lippard Carter 32, wife of k. Ii. Carter 650 North main Street passed away at a loj Cal Hospital yesterday afternoon shortly before 2 of clock. She had been a patient in the Hospital for seven months. She was born in Statesville january 2, 190s, a daughter of Joseph and Anna Leinster Lippard. And since coming to this City has been a faithful member of the Emmanuel lutheran Church. Surviving in addition to the husband Are her Mother mrs. Joseph Lippard. Of Statesville mrs. S. Rimmer j mrs. O. A. Payne and mrs. W. M. Bailey All of Statesville. Mrs. J. In Thomas of Durham and miss Cleo Lippard of this City and one j brother it. E. Lippard of this City. I funeral service will be Oon ducted sunday afternoon at 3 of clock from the Emmanuel Luth i ran Church and interment will he made in Guilford memorial Cark cemetery. The body will remain at Yow funeral Home in i til 2 of clock sunday afternoon. The body will then he taken i to the Church where it will lie in state until the hour for the fun Jeral. Pallbearers will be Quayle Barlow. Lacy Webster c. M. Young Republican club established organization of group is completed completion of the organization of the High Point Young Republican club was effected last night when the group met at Republican Headquarters on South Wrenn Street. Presiding Over the meeting was Zeb Whitlow recently elected president who appointed a membership committee and set up an executive committee. John r. Hoffman of Burlington Republican candidate for governor. Will speak at Republican Headquarters Here next Friday night it was announced. He will come Here under the sponsorship of the Young Republican club. Plans were made last night by the membership committee to set Forward an Active drive for a Large enrolment in the local Young Republican club. Its original membership at the time of its organization two weeks ago was approximately 35. Humphreys is new president student body unspectacular but of potent import for americans is this picture of peace. Merely a random shot taken on the White Houes Lawn its spirit is commonplace in America but hardly to be found anywhere else in the world. For where else do mothers and children stroll and play without Gas masks and fear of death from the air and where else Are Ordinary Folk allowed on the front Lawn of the country a head Man and where Cise is food so plentiful that people can share it with Birds and animals yes this is a Putin of the american Way. Jno. Henry Dies at Home at Wedgefield explosion injures two damages room state machinery starts grinding for for Colgate soaps Palm be a for 2<k is per St Quot is. 2 for do the red Box for bashing Duff Octagon soap. A for do concentrated is per sibs. 2 for do the blur Box for washing clothe Octagon powder. A for ilk of to gon toilet3 for 14c in Tago n g r a n u lated Samp. 2 for ilk to Tago 2 for do to Lek. .2 for 19c formerly red super suds to or Stout St. Grim Ery Joo Chestnut get new Fisk tires a Paramount service station products w Ishing and lubricating hot Irron St. Phona 4073 delivery service eos the Hest in finishing Kodak Call 2758 Smiths studio a we c Ull for and delivery enjoy Good food everyday luncheon from 50c dinner from 75c prix ate dining rooms for luncheons. Dinners Bridge parties Etc. Sheraton hotel Grill Quot noted for Good food spinal plat luncheon Veverk Days from 35c Beautiful dreamer. Stephen Foster ring ring the Banjo. Stephen Foster Nellie Bly. Stephen Foster Jentie Annie. Stephen Foster cantata a the Walrus and the a i Springs coming. Mozart i the Fandango terbium j pop goes the weasel. Folk tune Twilight dreams words by Hazel Slack and music by Francis booze pupils of Johnson Street school i god bless America. Berlin the directors were assisted by it the following teachers miss Winifred Bodie. A w. Alrutz mrs. J Thelma Parker miss Martha Pitts. Miss Ruth Modlin. Miss Annie Laurie Moss mrs. Elizabeth Dunbar mrs. Mabel Beeson mrs. Dor i of by Marshall miss Heron Canady j and mrs. Margaret hair Mem rom postal receipts showing increase postal receipts at the huh Point Post office during the first a four months of the Calendar year i ending april 30. Kept just ahead of receipts for the same period a j year according to a report from postal authorities this morning total volume of postal Reiel pts for january february March and april of this year reached $84,652.32, As compared with $84,630.45. Or a difference of1 $31,87, for the first four months of 1939, receipts for april totalled $23,- j 601.ns. Or $2,361,53 better than j March of this year and $846 12 above the volume for april of i j 1939. Seward s Market broken into and Money stolen police this morning reported i that Seward Market. 207 East j Commerce Street Anas the a treet i from the police station a entered through the skylight some 1 time last night and approximately i $15, concealed under the counter j taken. No other property in the Market j was disturbed. Investigation show i de officers that a rope was used. Probably by two person to lower i j the thief from the skylight. Exit j i was made through the Back door. Placed in jail last Hight and held in default of $500 Boud on a j charge of larceny and receiving two automobile tires valued Ailt a j is Irvin Leonard negro of Moon Street. Additional knitters needed for sweaters negro Man and wife Hurt when stove explodes Albert Hudson negro of 1205 furlough Street and his w Ife Ruby Hudson. Both received j broken legs Early last night w Hen i an upright cast Iron Heater exp Pio ded in the Kitchen of their Home and threw them violently against the Wall of the room. Formation of Gas beneath coals was thought to have caused the explosion they were removed to Burros memorial Hospital in a Koonce j ambulance. Ruby Hudson told a neighbor that she had just warned her Hus a hand not to get too close to the stove to investigate a strange noise w Hen the explosion took place hurling pieces of cast Iron into three rooms crashing through j one Wall and breaking several pieces of furniture. All of the top1 part of the stove was blown into pieces with Only a part of the tiie Box left on the legs. Center Ginger Roger in a Primrose path with Joel Mccrea. Feature at i 17-3 20-5 23-7 26 and s 29. Broadhurst ghost Valley Raider i with Donald Barry and Lena Andre. Feat urea at 12 55-1 43-3 31-5 19-7 20 j 9 30 goals Ain t de Only Queens left Ltd i i Lia hid uni. I age. May the girls hate no Hini poly on a Day at Guilford vol loge. Early yesterday morning the male student he pulsation daintily Clad Iii the garb of delicate Damsel. Trip Mil across the Campus in their own version of a May Day processional. Although the men exercises Are entirely unofficial they have in recent years taken on the nature of a tradition Aud attracted a Large number of Spectator. Til girl a Ercums were held later i the Day. News of coloured people Paramount Man with Nln live with Rons or Cut and Joann say i Era feature at 1 00-3 02-5 04-7 06-i 9 30. I Carolinas Gene Autry in a Mountain rhythm with Smiley Burnette. Features at 1 07-2 47-4 15-5 59-7 32-9 06 Rialto a rough rider Roundup Quot i with Roy Roger and Mary Hart. Feature at 10 43-12 10-1 46-3 22-4 37-6 34-8 10-9 46. A High ratings for driving students class graduates with rating average of 99 per cent fifteen student with an average of 99 per cent received Cert Al a Cate last night in the graduating i exercises held at the City bal of i the 23rd unit of the Safe driving j school being conducted Here under i j the joint sponsorship of the adult j i education department the police department and the state Highway j safety division. D in Whitley principal of the Setsor High school delivered the major address and presented certificates., other talks were by sergeant j. O House of the local police department and students. Enrolment for the next unit is now open and registration May he Hon through tuesday Chap Bodeis Wieimer. Classroom instructor announced today. Clashes run for three five Day weeks from 4 to 6 and from 7 to 9 p. In. Precinct meetings being held today in preparation for county convention by the associated press the machinery that is expected eventually to pledge North Carolinas 26 votes in the National democratic convention to president Roosevelt began rolling today. Throughout the state there were 1.912 precinct meetings. They will elect the delegates to the county conventions which will be held May it and the county conventions will name the j delegates to the District and state i conventions. The District and state conventions will he held in Raleigh on May 17. I gain Compromise a few weeks ago a a North Carolina for Roosevelt a movement was launched in the state by a j group of prominent party leaders. Under a Compromise agreement reached by governor Hoey and the leaders of the movement the county District and state Conven ions would pass resolutions prom a the neutrality Laws unit of Bing North Carolinas 26 votes the a s. Department of jus tor. Hut if or. To i lice will to headed by Law i no. A a a Dway a for Rem was widely known in this Section mutuality it Hlad nation the state s Pence m. Smith above jew Oxild be uninstructed who formerly worked in the Legal departments of the pc aka and Sec. The unit will handle wartime offences and a maintain Active contacts i with the Navy War state and Treasury departments. I Reno i Del Chat inn r. Gregg Cherry state Denio i critic chairman said he approved i of the Compromise agreement and i predicted Harmony would prevail i at the various democratic Coneen dons in the state. Women a memorial Rill Ruh sunday morning service at women a memorial a. M. E. Church will be conducted by the menus club of which William Carter is chairman Alfonso Smith i Wade. 4 the police will he the principal speaker. M mis Hill holiness i 111 Roii sunday school will he held at Mars Hill holiness Church at 9 45 a. In., followed by morning worship at la of clock at which time the pastor Rev. W. Cd conk will speak. At 3 of clock Rev. W. L. Brice of Greensboro accompanied by his choir and congregation will preach at first Emmanuel Baptist at 6 30 p. In. And evening service will he held at 8 of clock. The speaker for the latter service will he Rev Mamie Smith., Emmanuel Baptist i Iii ill Rev. A. S. Townsend pastor of my Zion Baptist Church will preach at first Emmanuel Baptist Church sunday afternoon at 3 of clock. Sea St of t gathering Southmont May 4. A Pic the third annual meeting of sea scout of boy scout Region six. Which include both Carolinas. Will he held Ott High Rock Lake near Here May 10-12, More than 200 scouts Are expected to attend. Brazil last year too. Ports its Coffee crop s valued at $79,000, boy scouts crowd Camp for weekend More than 300 boys at Wharrie for two Day camping session Over 300 scouts from Randolph. Davidson. Davis and Rowan counties High Point and Jamestown township moved into Camp Wharrie yesterday for a week end of camping. An explorer patrol from the Greensboro Council is participating with the Wharrie scouts in preparation for the forthcoming Camporee in Greensboro. Yesterdays program concerned itself with getting Camps set up and a Council fire featuring Hill Billy hands stunts and a fire by Flint and steel contest. Today patrols will he judged on various projects based on scout tests. Visitors Are cordially invited to attend tonight Council fire which More songs stunts and games will take place. Time for this program is 7 30 p. In. A mass sunday school will be held tomorrow morning with Myron Flory of the Wesley memorial Church As Leader. After the service Camps will he struck with the patrols leaving Camp at 2 p. In. Forty seven Given jobs by employment service the local office of the North Carolina state employment service placed 47 persons during the past week. R. M. Dubruyne local manager said this morning. Forty five of these were in private employment two in Public. Flashes of life by the Axa outed Pregi Ber Natoli a splendor Boston governor Saltonstall startled onlookers in a hotel lobby in St night when he took off his Tuxedo coat to prepare for Init Ilon in the Bunker Hill Camp heroes of 76, National sojourners. The governors trousers were held in place by a pair of fiery red calluses. John Henry widely known resident of Sedgefield and who formerly made his Home in High Point died in his sleep last night j at his Home. His death was not j discovered until late this morn j ing. Or. Henry resided Here for a \ number of years and he was the representative Here of the Rerigh ton Clifton tailors of Cincinnati i o. Survivors include a brother i Roy Henry of Battle Creek. Mich. A step son. De Totten of Saginaw. It mich., and a Nephew. Jack Henry of Beverly Hills. Calif. Relatives were informed of hts i death and funeral arrangements will be announced a a a operator of cleaning concerns is released under is too peace Bond Greensboro May 4 a a. P i Bill Leonard manager of dry i leaning establishments in High j Point. Greensboro and Salisbury was released under Bond of $1,-060 yesterday in Greensboro following Luis arrest on a peace War Lent sworn out by Constable Wal a ter w King of Greensboro w to charged that i Ronard threatened to kill him of he attempted to collect forcibly by execution on his i property sought by j. E. Holder j against Leonard dry cleaning company. J the warrant was sworn out in magistrate j. E. Paschal office i after Leonard appearing in connection with the suit brought by Holder is alleged to hate threatened to kill Constable King if he tried to close any of his dry cleaning establishments or seize any of his property. King reported a that Leonard first threatened him w Hen he delivered a summons in this City thursday. Thomasville maintains near perfect record on streets special to the Knurr prior Thomasville. May 4.�?chief of police f. To Smith of Thomasville announced yesterday that the Accident record in the traffic division of the City shows the Hest record for april that the City has had in a Long period. He reported that Only one traffic Accident was reported for the month of april and the damages totalled enly $5 in this slight wreck. George Humphreys George Humphreys son of i and mrs. G. I. Humphreys w yesterday afternoon elected pre Dent of the student body of i Point High school following week of intensive Campanile throughout the school and to casting of ballots during Frida in winning the election on to first ballot Young Humphreys cured a majority of All votes Ca for five candidates for the co veil Post. Other candidates were Elal Wilson Ruth a Tiller Ruby Park and Garnett Hinshaw. The he three named will enter a run-0 Campaign Early in the week flt the ice pres Lacney. The week of Active work i Campaign managers for their r spec Tive candidates was Brous to a close with speech Makil and talks yesterday morning the High school auditorium farm wage increases Are spread ing throughout England. Klei to in motors repaired motors bought told and Exchange All sizes. Piedmont electric repair io., inc. 19 South main St. Phone ii Colgate soaps Eto for 2ik-k per is is. 2 for ilk the red Box for mashing lushes in Pagon St i. T for i9e concentrated Kiper suds. 2 for 19c the Blue Box for bashing clothe Octagon pots tier 4 for inc in Taggs toilet. La for i in outage x Iran Ilia it i shop. 2 for ilk Octagon a Hanger 2 for a Kler .2 for he formerly red super suds a grim Erv Hor \ Mon re roof noway Lahr to Down soy mane Tow to Rico Chortos 3 Viars to my a a a a is us for provision of in National housing Aci Barber genasc0 roofing Tow by arc cos in too is Hedgecock lumber co. Allied warplane purchases soar additional knitters Are urgently needed to finish the local red Cross chapter s quota of sweaters for Finland mrs. John Mebane executive Secretary said today although at least three quarters of the sweaters needed to finish the quota Are already under Way mrs. Mebane said those remaining should be begun at once As the Date for shipment is june 15, a a a sixty feature motion pictures were produced in Argentina last year. Colgate soaps palmolive la for 20c Ruper Side. 2 for ilk the red Box for bathing it she. In Taggs no in i for ilk concentrated super is of ____2 for hic the blur Box for backing clinic Octagon Poutier i for us Octagon toilet. La for Ile tit ago x g r a to ii lated soap 2 for hit Octagon Cleanser. 18 for do 2 for hic formerly red super Sud Carolina food store Toa English Lowman Hilson Eun Kiral to Cong ree sunday funeral services for Low Man Gibson 61, who passed away at bin Home 605 Cliffside Street wednesday will be held at Congaree s. C., sunday afternoon. Or. Gibson is survived by his wife mrs Silvis Gibson one daughter mrs Susie Alston of High Point two Sisters mrs. Margaret King and mrs Susie Lomax both of Columbia s. Reph is e it Atiyeh to meet the room representatives of the William Penn Parent teacher association will meet at the Home of mis l. K. Mcdonnell 13 10 Leonard Street sunday afternoon at 4 of clock. The room representatives will sponsor a social at the Home of mrs. Theodocia Davis on Lee Street monday evening beginning at 8 o clock. Blue nox to play the Greensboro Blue sox. Rather than the Goshen red wings As previously announced will play the High Point red sox Here at Willis Park sunday afternoon at j 3 o clock. The boys in last years hic red sox w ill he of j hand for Luin new a game. U. S. Exports of planes motors parts to allies considerate i Evelix do finding Only to pennies in a woman spars he had snatched a Youthful gunman towed a dime to irs. Hoplite Lii Gina re with the remark a there i guess you can use this More than i Doggy Seattle a woman carried a Fluffy Little White dog into a Branch ban. Tellers smiled. A Isnit it cute a they asked. A How quietly it lies. What is it pomeranian or Peke the woman Zipper open the a a dog so balk and casually pulled out her Deposit. Local weather today noon. Tail last night. High yesterday. Phons imm 1213 Bard St Are you a punning on building let us help you \ Isit our slum room and see the materials you should use. A free plan Hook for the asking. Snow lumber company phones 8396-3397 established Jimmu Sprinkle gasoline service from seaports saves serves. Satisfies per g Ali in 17c Sprinkle service station Ikon v main St. How Allied warplane purchases Are soaring in 1940 is shown on Pinto Chart figures totalling u. S. Exports to Britain France Canada. Australia and Norway. In a two week period the allies have signed contracts for $200,000,000 Worth of planes motors and parts but backlog in the Industry will delay filling of some of these orders until next year. Figure for 1940, estimated Aboe on basis of first four months exports May be much larger a warplane production rate increases. Esa \ Peti let say police got Iota of action Chuting a Olith driving a stolen cat. Wit Hill two minutes and Lite blocks a police ear mid a county investigators machine collided at an intersection and the boy crashed his speeding car into a tree. The oif jeers camped serious in Miry hut the youth tied aft. Sentenced for slaying Scotland neck. May 4.�? in be. L. Keeter 61, Weldon night watchman was convicted in Halifax Superior court lat night on second degree murder in connection with the slaying of Deputy sheriff William Pope 24, of Weldon april 3,a a. Sportsmen of Australia Are protesting against the recent big boost in the Price of Tennis balls Aud the one Day notice which did not give them time to Lay in a Supply at the old prices. Correction the following items in our and yesterday should have read As follows 75c size Fitch a shampoo. 49c 60c size boy scouts of been presented a Way. England have nine mile rail Sal Hepatica 49c Manns

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