High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 12 1939, Page 8

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 12, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page eight Sec. Athe High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Friday Hay 12, i Iii Long sentences meted out in Davidson county High court a Uncle rays Corner Thomasville May 12. A special a Crowell j. Teague of Thomasville who was arrested in Thomasville on feb. 21 and charged with entering the office of the North state Telephone company on the night of feb. 20 and attempting to open the Safe a tried in sup rior court in Lexington yesterday and was Given a sentence of from 20 months to four years. Teague pleaded not guilty to the charge. Evidence was introduced showing that a Small piece of a Button which had been dropped on the floor of the Telephone office matched to perfection the piece of Button on the coat of Teague. A piece of wet Clay which was left on the floor and carrying the imprint of a rubber shoe Heel proved to contain the same letters that were on the shoes of Teague. Tools found in the room of Teague after an examination were found to contain paint and other materials similar to the paint found on the Safe. Teague was a former employee of the Telephone company but had been unemployed for some time. Mme. Fay gifted Reader reads your entire life past resent and future. She asks no questions but will Iell you what you want to know fives dates and facts on business matters love health and family affairs. _ _ of in trouble unhappy , o with life you need my help. Will Cit you the truth food or bad. I rated just out of City limits on eur it to Road in tents and trailers. Walter Daniels and Ray Holder of of e1 a Ftp Maui p of p who were arrested in Greensboro m. Los a i Virl air a w in March and charged with breaking and entering the Watford service station in Thomasville were Given a sentence of three years each. Doth men were residents of Thomasville with a police record. Finger prints were in tired by e. R. Richardson identification officer of the local police department which tallied with the largest Bone in the foot is the Heel Bone. It would be pounded rather hard when we walk on a i if it. Were not guarded by Bones above it. There Are seven Bones in the Hind part of the Folt to on less than the number in a Ive son s wrist. Leading out from the lightly i a v it vice ii t Iii Vii i a v a a .1, to. Cd a i Lim a the prints of the two men which packed Bones in this part of the were on file at the police depart-1 f00t Are five Bones which stretch Rtuh do Sie. Clients White and coloured. Intent. Their arrest resulted after a Greensboro merchant became suspicious when the two men offered to spend a Large number of pennies. The pennies were stolen from a Slot machine in the service station. Both were Thomasville men. Charlie Causey George Collins and George Barnes were found guilty of stealing an automobile on last new years eve. Causey was Given a sentence of 90 Days Collins was ordered to serve a suspended sentence of from four to seven year and Barnes was Given a sentence of 20 months and a former suspended sentence of from two to five years was ordered into effect. He ago froom k Chicago. May 12 a a butter 912,559, easy Creamery 93 score 23% 92, 23% 90, centralized Ca riots 22% other prices unchanged. Eggs 45.705, unsettled fresh graded extra firsts local 16. Cars 16 % firsts local 15 cars 15% other prices unchanged. To the toes. The toes have Bones in them nearly like those in our fingers except that they Are not so Long. The a great toe1 or a big toe has Only two Bones in it Uke the thumb. All the rest of the toes have three Bones apiece. If a person walks Bare foot ii Over Damp soil he leaves footprints. They Are not Complete prints unless the soil Isle Rymeis and soft or unless the person is Flat footed. The human foot usually leaves prints Only of the front and Back parts with perhaps a bit of the outer Side. We do not see the whole print because of the Arch in the foot. A fallen Arches Are among the Many kinds of foot troubles. Other troubles any corns bunions and so on. We May blame most of oui foot doubles on shoes. When shoes Are not fitted in the right Way they press the Bones of the foot together or do damage in some other Way. In buying shoes we should he careful that they Are not too Mollie re Day sped mothers want More than anything else something smart to Wear and Don t let anyone Tell you differently either Mother likes to dress up we be the fashions Shell love fashions you la love All Are charming Youthful and softly tailored to fit and flatter mothers figure. Best of All priced to help you give Mother More on her Day i too and carefully they re specially dresses i just received a new shipment i dresses for Mother s new i of. A make Lier Happy with t dress from our Stock. Til is ship Talent includes Blacks Naves my pastels All sizes f $3.98 i i other prices Range from $1.981 to $9.95 i ladies pure Linen hand made handkerchiefs Plain Aud dbl embroidered. In value special mar 19c panties lace trimmed or Plain style panties. Special Tutov new Novelty handbags White and printed fabrics. Black Etc. All the new styles. Special. 97c the Ideal gift for Mother ladies 2 and 3 thread full fashioned wingless hosiery. First qual Ity 69c pair it Rede we Satin slips in straight or Gore St vies. Regular 97c values 77c reduced for mothers Day one of theme Oats or suits would in the perfect gift for her. Every Spring Goat and suit in Stock regardless of Cost has been reduced to $5.00 one lot of mothers Day is rials Are sheer printed voiles beautifully styled a big assortment of colors and seizes from 14 to 52. X,"y.97c and $1.98 bed spreads famous Fiel Crest certified Quality spreads in assorted col ladies White fabric gloves ors. Also a few Turtle spreads no i i a. ,1 i to this Price. I lie Ideal gift. Special f 48c Cannon sheets $1.98 big assortment of summer hats pretty summer straws in Black. Navys and pastel shades. Head sizes from 21 % to 24. 97c amp $1.98 Bemberg sheers 81x90 Cannon Quality Sheet at i Tio vely new patterns in Bemberg kegs in it sheers. Special Yard. Tract ively wrapped in cellphone Isi i ii Stivi a t o Quot High Points leading department t store Quot diagram of foot showing Lames ligaments and tendons. Short and do not Pinch in any Way. I am sorry to say that Many shoe stores have clerks who ate not Well trained for their work we May even find a clerk who urges a customer to take a pair of tight shoes just because his store does not have the proper size in Stock shoes which Pinch Are a poor bargain at any Price. We either throw them away very soon or suffer with them and perhaps have foot troubles is Well to remember that a foot is larger when we stand on i than when we Are seated and rest it against a Board. The Best time to measure a foot is when the customers has his full weight on it. Low. Broad heels Are better by far than Tail Nav Row ones. The Day will come i Hope and believe when women will have the Good sense to free themselves from any a High Heel Quot fashion. Doctors Tell us that High heels Hurt the Arches Aud that such heels will at length throw the feet out of shape. Feet fitted with the right kind of shoes a wide enough Long enough and Low enough a Are Likely to he healthy feet and give us Comfort when we stand on them. For general interest Section of your scrapbook of you want a free copy of the illustrated leaflet. A Mexico and Send me a 3c stamped return envelope in care of this newspaper. Inc be Ray. Tomorrow a Little saturday talk. Special service will be held of sunday at 1st evangelical Church an unusual service for mothers Day has been planned by the first evangelical and reformed Church for sunday. Several awards will be presented to different mothers present at the morning service. Edgar Whitener sunday school class will present an award to the Mother having the largest number of children present. The men s Bible class will present an award to the oldest Mother pres Cut. Tile Young people s department will present an award to the youngest Mother present. The subject of the morning message by the pastor Rev. Hoy l. Fesperman. Will be a the the night Circle of the woman s missionary society has prepared an attractive Church bulletin for the service. A. E. Rose makes Solo flight at Airport a. E. Rose 303 Church Street who has been taking flying instructions for the past month has just made his Solo flight. The Enterprise was advised today. Or. Rose has been taking instructions at the new Airport on the Winston Salem Road with Holt Friddle As instructor. Several other High pointers will make their solos shortly or. Friddle said. New three cent Stamps arrive at Post office the new three cent Stamps commemorative of the ses qui Centen Nial of the inauguration of George Washington As the first president of the United states have arrived at tile local Post office. Ii was Learned today from h. Of Cooper stamp clerk. The new Stamps which May be secured at the stamp window at the Post office Are of a special delivery size and Bear a reproduction of the inauguration ceremony with the dates �?o1789-1939.�?T fights last night by Tho associated press fall River mass. A Steve Salatko 141. Buffalo. N. Y. Out pointed Lou it Martin. 141. 141. Fall River. 8. Philadelphia a. Mike Evan. 135. Philadelphia out pointed Norman Rahn. 133. Philadelphia 6. Atlantic City. N. sex second Quot Powell 149, Plainfield. N. J., out pointed Bobby masters 149. Philadelphia. Go. Now on display the new 1939 Universal electric Range the most economical electric Range built. Priced within Hen Cli of everyone. Terms to suit you Britt electric co. Isi Soith Renn Street phone a Philo main Street school guests of Parent teacher group in Thomasville tonight Thomasville May 15 a special a the Parent teacher association of the main Street school is being Host to the members of the student Council tonight at the woman s club build i ing. Heads of the various civic j organizations in addition to school t officials and other will attend the banquet tonight. A program a follows has been arranged invocation a professor j. N. I Hauss. Greet a Ings mrs Robert Williams and i mrs. P. Alvah Boyles. Response i a line Mason president of the student Council invocation of new j officers Swanee Lanier Toast to miss Lois Johnson Joyce King Toast to school boards Robert Steed Toast to sponsor Shaylla i Bomas. Music Mills Home Trio piano Solo Maxine Moore introduction of speaker Cline Mason speaker miss Vera Atkins supervisor of Mills Home song a Alma mater. Officers of the student Colin Cli include Cline Mason president Susannah Matthews Vic president Swanee Lanier acre tary treasurer. Members Paul Tew Patty Lane Mccaskill Robert Steed. Thaylia Thomas Douglas Bray Lack Fitzgerald. Harold Martin Billie Perryman j. C. Green. ., Faye \ Cartier Edward Sechrest. Pauline Gilliam. Carolyn Sechrest. George Hubert Teague Joyce King. Hoyle Bruton. Ralph Man i sell Frank Newsome Charles j Gilliam. Billy Cameron. Frank i haves Maxine Moore i Loftin. And Ralph wrestling last night by the Atter la Ted pre North Bergen n. A Olno a a red Vagnone. 209 California threw Stanley Pinto Omaha neb. 22 18. Hartford. Conn red Don George. 228. Java. N y., Defeated Mays Mclain. 232, Oklahoma City two of three Falls. Specials fresh killed native and Western beef pure lard Pound. 8 for. 10c 2.v veal roast roast. Loc round Steak Pound. 25c sirloin and Tbone Steak Pound. 30c pure pork sausage Pound. 15c front Quarter veal Steak Pound. 25c fryers Pound. 21c Chuek beef roast Pound. 17c hens la. Dressed and drawn .19c free Seward s Market free delivery 117 East Commerce St. Phone 4972 \ s r Van worlds fair food Sale we know you want to go to the world s fair Aud you will find no better Way of paying part of your expenses then by saving on your food Bill. This you can do and not sacrifice Quality nor Quantity by trading regularly at a big Bear super Market bakery department mothers Baa s p e c i a l pineapple or Cherry cake each .48c upside Down cake each 23c Salt ring bread loaf 8c Parker House Rolls Doz. 9c Iea Bronk our try Roll butter Pound 26c peaches Libby fancy in syrup 2 Large 21 cans 27c Coffee Maxwell House 25c White Clover pure hog lard 8 Chi 65c pet milk 5 Tull or req to Small Lvi pineapple sliced or crushed 2 27 c pickles sour or Dill 2 quarts c pork and Beans 4 lib. Cans 15c tomatoes fancy hand no. 2 packed can 5c brooms clean sweep 2,or 29c new red Bliss no. I potatoes to lbs. 25c Nath veal branded Boneless Home killed Market veal chops Stew beef fryers shrimp cooked la. Ham salad la. A Steak hams departments la. 15c la. La. 17c 21c bran led Western lord % or lode 35c a 39c la. 25c la. 23c produce department Beans Squash cucumbers Green string less Carolina tender fancy Georgia 4 lbs. 19c la. 4c la. 5c juice Karl no. 2 can 5c Junior Macaroni or Spaghetti 4 pkg. 25c my. Pkg. 14c 2 lbs. 29c Martini Coffee Corn flakes soda powder Salt Salmon wheat popped Pimien toes Cleanser Lierse a Rackers f very Bay Millers risp Arm and Hammer pkg. Pkg. 5c 4c club Triangle table 25c size 19c 3 ii la. Box 10c can 10c carnal Ion Pink pkg. A a -4 of. Can a can old dutch 5c 5c 7k fresh country eggs dozen 19c More food less Money 109-111 East Washington St. Hio South main St. Roma Oleo Pound Loc

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