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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 11, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Section a b local news and want ads in this Section the nigh Point Enterprise Section a local news and want ads in this Section vol. 55�?no. 131 member associated press High Point n. a Iii say afternoon May in 1939 Complete Nea service prick five cent rotarians arrive for District conference two Day meeting 189th District to get underway annual Fellowship dinner at Sheraton this evening the annual Fellowship dinner tonight at 7 30 o clock in the Sheraton hotel ballroom will officially open the two Day 189th rotary District conference in which approximately 600 rotarians and rotary Anns from the coast to the Piedmont will participate. Several conference visitors arrived earlier in the Day and took part this afternoon in Golf Bridge and theatre entertainment planned by the local arrangements committee. S. Wade Marr. Of Elizabeth City past director of rotary International will he the main speaker following the banquet tonight. His subject will he glee <1,1 it preceding Marr n speech will he a special program rendered both glee club of the woman s Pollee of the University of North Caro Lina in Greensboro under the direction of Paul Oncley. Amos r Kearns president of the local rotary organization will Welcome the out of town visitors. Ted Johnson past District governor of Raleigh will act As toastmaster. Following the dinner. Jack Wardlaw and his orchestra will play for an informal dance and reception in the Sheraton ballroom. Nomination tomorrow highlighting tomorrow morning s program will be the business session in the Broadhurst theatre at 0 15 of clock when nominations for District governor will be heard. Other features during the Day will be an address on Quot youth and democracy Quot by or. Harold d. Myer of the University of North Carolina a rotary s open door a by Karl Miller director of rotary International of Dodge City Kan-1 Sas group discussions conducted by past District governors at 11 30 i a. In. In Wesley memorial and first Baptist churches Broad Hurst theatre and Sheraton hotel. I and an address by or. D. W. Daniel i of Clemson College s. C., at luncheon at i o clock. A letting tomorrow afternoon will be devoted to balloting for District gov Ernon and entertainments from 3 to 5 of clock. The program for the conference was lined up by a District wide croup composed of Montgomery Hill Greensboro chairman Wal leading figures in rotary conference Here clutching Hani b. G. Tolson of Timmonsville. S. C., exhibited at the Enterprise office today a Corn cob which bears a striking resemblance to a has five distinct branches like the Rar of Rorn on fhe farm of fingers. A s. H. Young near Timmonsville. Or. Tolson who is visiting his China s tunnelling work no daughter mrs. Jimmie Johnson. The Burma Yunan railway has. Weirdly clutching hand. The cob on the outskirts of the City grew progressed this year. Uke magic revolutionary new tube seals of punctures to v i while you ride we now a new tube that Doest go Flat even when you run b Over tacks nails or Guss a _ get this use saving a Protection against dangerous s to Goen Ewt Thies ifs the safety tube a that never lets you Down a Here at last is a sensational new tube that ends Flat tire grief Road delay and saves you time trouble and Money it the new Goodrich sea of Matte safety tube that Seal its own punctures while you ride automatically. And Here the secret of How it works. This amazing tube is lined with a new kind of plastic rubber compound. When a Sharp object pierces the tube this Gummy substance surrounds it and Sticks to it keeps the air from escaping. Then when the puncturing object is pulled out the plastic compound immediately fills in the Hole seals it and keeps the tire from going Flat. If you want to avoid costly tube and tire repairs and enjoy thousands of extra Miles of puncture free driving put a set of these new Goodrich Seal of Matics in your tires now. See this new tube a come today buy now. Pay Laier you can equip your car with these Turnt Quality. Guaranteed products and Ray on your own term. No de tape no Embar raiment or delays just ask Tot the budget dept. Easy terms Goodrich sea Matte lube a the tube that never lets you Down conomy Auto store a a up Quot of Ile m. Dudley manager by North main Street 42 East main Street High Point n. Thomasville n. It these men will Ive among the outstanding figure fleeced with the annual rotary District Ronde genre which vent Here this afternoon and concludes tomorrow night. Top Row left to right Are Irvin Morgan jr., of Farmville 180th District governor Fgeorge Hager of to Picago president of rotary International and Earl Miller of Dodge City Kansas director of rotary International. On the Bottom Row Are John \. Park of Raleigh immediate past District governor and Amos r. Kearns of High Point who i local Chih president and Host to tin conference. John a. Park Amos r. Kearns High Point youngsters will railway co attend Schoolboy patrol meet to renovate fifty five Schoolboy patrolmen tonight for i Arlington for annual convention two to be added to personnel of fire department substitute proposal to i to platoon system worked out Quot on to Washington Quot is Tho cry of some 55 High Point schoolboys who today Are Busy and excited with their plans to attend the eighth annual convention of the National Schoolboy patrol which j will be held at the capital City saturday of this week. In Washington the youngsters i will join around 13,000 of their Young conferees to Parade Down Pennsylvania Avenue and otherwise distort themselves in this an n ii a i Spring Celebration sponsored by the american automobile association. The treat is offered the Young patrolmen each year in recognition of a year s activity in traffic work i designed especially As a safeguard ago As a substitute i against accidents among school children going to and from school. Pike Leader j sergeant j. O. Pike head of the traffic division of the local police i department will escort the 35 rep a resent fives of the White schools of High Point and Ossie Davis City boys commissioner for negroes will be in charge of the some 20 representatives from the added to Ronnel coloured schools. Two firemen will be the local department s j under new arrangements worked out to give members of the department every fourth Day off instead of every fifth Day it was announced at City Hall today. The new plan was adopted by the City Council of a session two for the two platoon system proposal. The addition of two men to the personnel was necessary in a change of schedule worked out to give firemen More time off from duties. The new schedule. Chief Ell k. Ingram said will go into effect As soon As the civil service commission has established an eligible list from which to select the two new firemen. The commission boys will Board the train w la re a for competitive Examina for w Ashington tonight at la 23 o clock and will return to this City sunday. The trip is being financed by local clubs business finns and individual interested in providing the trip for the youngsters ser i Gentil Imke said today he wished j to make Public acknowledgement if his gratitude to the persons and organizations cooperating with Boro tons at an Early Date to Supply this list. Meanwhile Hope has not been abandoned among firemen and other City functionaries interested in the proposal to set up a two platoon system similar to those in operation in every Large City in the state with the exception of High Point and greens h in in making the trip possible. To make trip i following is a list of the White j boys who will make the trip a list of the negro boys being unavail-1 Able Jack Byerly jr., Charles Wiley Rill Raper jr., Carroll Jarrell i Bobby Conn Don Hullo. Ray Shepherd Edward Marsh Dennis j j Wilborn jr., Percy Payne. Jr., Frank Mcclellan Alfred Cook j Harold Cox Joel Spradley Charles j Hayes Edward Peatross jackson1 j Huffman Dempsey Pope Hilly Heath Robert Sizemore Lloyd Holden Lyles Kearns Johnnie Hoyles Carroll dug Gina Claude , Charles Payne Dillard Wagner Ray Taylor Eugene Yow John Boggs and Harvey Coltrane. A a a Buenos Aires at gent ins has limited the Speed of cyclists to to Miles an hour. The system provides for two daily shifts of firemen throughout the department. Under the present system High Point firemen Are on duty 9fi hours with the exception of time out for meals without Relief. Japan will have a nation wide census of consumption Aud the distribution of goods. The income of England s four railways increased $7 40,000 in the first three months of this year. Tor k. Green Durham Carl Goerch Raleigh John d. Larkins. Trenton and Hen Royal Morehead Illy. It was announced this morning i Era services will be that George c. Hager president of j from the Home Soo mrs. Ilene Lackey Dies at Home Here mrs. Ilene May Lackey aged 25 years passed away at her Home 800 East Lexington Avenue this morning at 5 45 of clock death resulting from an illness of a few Days duration. She was born in Halifax county va., August 24. 10 13, a daughter of a c. And Rebecca Oglesby Welborn. She was married March 9, 1935, to n. E. Lackey who survives with a son. Donald Ray Lackey her Mother and step father or. And mrs. W. A Collins five Sisters mesdames r. O. And k. J. Williams and Joe Kidd All of High Point Maude Welborn and Percy Teague of Winston Salem. She has been a resident of the City for three years her husband being operator of the colonial diner on South main Street. Fun conducted East Lex old station. The Southern railway company has completed plans for the renovation of the High Point railway passenger station and expects to have the building ready \ for service to patrons by the i time track Are Laid to Complete the Grade crossing elimination project it was Learned Here to i Day. The station has been in Dos i use for the pact two years in the course of construction of the tracks depression project. During that time. The railway com puny hag been using the West i end passenger station j no details of the plans for reconditioning the Structure were revealed but to is understood i they rail for Interior renovation j and repainting and some work on the exterior such As cleaning Brick and Stone and repair of minor damage caused by the i work on the building the contract of the state High a Way and Public works commission with Leon Ellis construct thin company of Greensboro Calls for pavement work around i the station. Blythe Brothers of Charlotte the City s contractor on the project is scheduled to return to High Point with its equipment and a Crew of workmen to resume track laying a soon a the state s contractor has finished Tho main Street Bridge and some other structural work in that j Vicinity. A h. Guion and company the state contractor is pouring today the last Span of the Bridge. The completion of this Structure and the retaining Wall Between main and Vrenn streets will i finish the work of Guion on the project. A Small amount of dirt remains to be removed from under the Bridge before the southbound main track can be Laid. Within the past few weeks work a been progressing Swift i by on other phases of the pro a a act. Approaches to the Kivett drive Bridge have been graded j and the footbridge at Beamon i Street which the City is constructing is about completed. The Eastern Section of the j main Street Bridge is expected to be open to traffic within the next few weeks. Striking new Westinghouse Deaigo. All steel Cabinet insulated against heat and noise. All porcelain food Compart ment. Scientific shelf arrangement. Add to these the big san Alloy Froster with express tray release on All trays. The Thrifty a Mecono i mixer mechanism with forced draft Cooling lifetime lubrication and backed1 by a 5-year Protection plan. Be sure to see it and compare the value you re mime a ahead with a Westinghouse a Economy six just received a solid Carload Westinghouse electric refrigerators priced from $155.00 to $269,50 Trade in allowance from Sinno to m7.no on any Oli refrigerator or ice Rox Rose furniture co a owned and operated by Kester 243 South main phones 2788 4332 rotary International of Chicago in ton Avenue saturday after would be be Able to attend the con noon at 2 30 of clock and interference As expected. Ment will follow in Floral Gar the two Day event will he con Den cemetery. The body will be eluded with Tho a a governor a balls removed to the la residence tomorrow night. This afternoon at 5 of clock. Mothers Day Stamps on Sale at Post office mothers Day Stamps bearing the reproduction of the famous painting a pm outlier a by Whistler May he had by stamp purchaser Mon request of the local Post office Friday and Satur a Flay or As Long As the Supply lasts according to an announcement today by Hubert f. Cooper postal clerk. Story hours the regular weekly children a Story hours at the Public Library Are still being held on Friday afternoons at 3 15, mrs. Nancy k. Poston City librarian has announced Here. Porch and Carden be Happy and comfortable during hot weather with new smart colourful summer pieces now Low priced and available on easy terms. Porch and Yard furniture our Quality line of porch and Yard furniture embodies almost anything you May want to dress up your Lawn or porch for summer. Gliders see our line before you buy we have a glider to fit your Uncein. Aii ties and styles in Quality glider with h receivable cushions upholstered in Waterproof material. See our Large display Hardwood porch swings can t be heat for Comfort. It ump i Etc with chairs and Hook. Table and 4 Metal chairs Here is an item that i attractive in appearance and can he used to advantage. Furnished in Brilliant color and Well constructed of All Metal. See them. Large display Metal Lawn and porch chairs Metal a hairs of every description and color. Strongly constructed with flexible steel in Brilliant summer colors. Playground equipment give the kiddie plenty of enjoyment and exercise this sum Mer. We Are showing a most unique display of file equipment including acting liars so rings Lla Kot ital i goal Etc. See window display faultless washing machines we have recently added i Well known Quality line of washing machines. Many sues to select from. Priced from $46.95 to $69.95 $5.00 Down a $4 of to 6 of monthly no t carrying charge Rose furniture co. 243 South main phones 2788-4332 we i i

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