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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 13, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page tenth High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Point North Carolina saturday May 13, im1 some French army Monte connected this Story picked up by Ripley leaves cancelled with fort amp co. Paris. May 13.�? up some French army loaves were suspended today following Premier Daladier a announcement thursday that military safeguards would he maintained or possibly reinforced and after reports of the i it urn of nazi in 11 Ita i y Lead Era to Germany. Contingents or men in the pastern military zones near Frances Frontier with Germany remained at their posts although they previously had received permission to return to their Homes on Short leaves. Others already at Home were expected to Start rejoining their regiments tomorrow. Daladier speaking before the chamber of deputies thursday said of the approximately 1,000,-ooo men prance has called to the colors that a we do not think of reducing them hut rather of reinforcing them if certain massive to Mza Tiona Are maintained beyond our German military leaders returning to Germany Are . Walther von Bias Hitsch army chief of staff and Field marshal Herman Wilhelm Goering. Chief of the German air corps. Von Brauchitsch had conferred with italian military chiefs in Italy and Libya. Goering had been on vacation at san remo. Italy and on a Mediterranean cruise rising Money Raleigh. May i 3.�?i/f a a combined statement of the treasurer and auditor showed today that North Carolina took in $3,711,-505 42 last month and paid oat $5,824,656.33 in general fund expenditures. The Cash balance was reduced from $6,526,005.0 4 to $ 4,41 2,854.1 3. Concrete a a ladders Are to be built against the weirs of the Prince Edward Aud Cleveland dams near Salisbury Southern Rhodesia to enable fish which have been washed Over the weirs to get Back. Venezuela will construct a motor Road from Atlagracia opposite Maracaibo to the new Oil Fields near Coro. Remodel now or have ample fund available for remodelling. Come in for full details. Atlantic by loan association Security Bank bldg. Phone Ehi Bird roofs approved Appl Cal ors phone 2491 North Wrenn St. J years to Pat High Point roofing co Bird rain Mil to of Tco a i Sprinkle gasoline service from seaport saves serves satisfies 16k tax i Al i Peh gallon Sprinkle service station Ilion n main is. Paint up now by v the Best Tiger Brand paint made by w. W. Lawrence f. H. A. Term to repairs and remodelling. Parker Brown co. Phonic 4625 a Ait Oak it. Charlotte May 13�?j. H. Monte for Many years Secretary of the Carolina motor club has joined fort amp company advertising Agency As copy chief and space buyer it was announced today by John l. Fort president. Prior to i motor club connection which began in 1925 or. Monte was associated with newspapers in Georgia and the Carolinas in capacities ranging from reporter to managing editor and he also served As Public relation director of a Large organization. Continued growth of fort amp company which was established her nearly six years ago. Has necessitated increase in personnel or. Fort Ald. In addition to the new copy chief he also announced the recent appointment of miss Jean Dunham of Greensboro As production manager of the Agency. The Agency maintains Headquarters Here in the Kinney building and service Quot numerous account in the Carolinas Virginia and the Southeast. It schedule includes National magazines metropolitan newspapers and Trade publications particularly those in the hosiery furniture and bedding Fields. On recent visits to widely scattered Points throughout the Carolinas and Virginia or. Fort said he found a majority of business and civic Leader he contacted Well pleased with general business conditions and an unanimity of opinion that the South will enjoy More business this summer and Winter than last year. A the automotive Industry is a Good barometer of business conditions a he said a and the fact that last month production exceeded april 1938 by 51 per cent augurs Well for general business. Our furniture and bedding clients show gains Over lat year and numerous buyers visiting the fad ories the past to Daya in Advance of the june Market Are reflecting their optimism by placing order now with More to follow at the shows. In the hosiery Field clients report excellent business despite the Sharp increase in raw silk prices. A increased activity is also apparent in the advertising and promotional Fields. Besides increasing apace allotments Many manufacturers Are revising their catalogues and bringing up Odate their stocks of printed matter and direct mailing pieces. Work of this Type passing through our Agemy indicate merchants and manufacturers Are using More color and illustrations in their folders brochures and promotional material to make them More attractive in an Effort to secure a larger share of business. A North Carolina Hanks report More than Ltd increase in assets Over 1938 and not a single failure Ainee 19,13. A despite Cool weather travel and resort operators report a j Lively Spring business. Opening of the great Smoky mountains j National Park this year and increased completed mileage on the Skyline drive and Blue Ridge Parkway will greatly stimulate j i travel in the Southeastern states. I a with further increase in business and Indi Fatinna pointing towards even better Tim it has been necessary to enlarge our personnel. Since 19 20 a. Monte has been Active and successful in Public relations work in the Carolinas a Well As in creation and preparation of advertising copy and sales promotional material. During the recent Legisla i live session As director of the Good roads program of the North Carolina Highway criers conference he handled advertising and publicity in the Campaign opposing diversion of Highway funds. His decision to enter a wider and More remunerative Public relations Field plates his versatile services at the disposal of our clients. He has a wide acquaintanceship among Civie and commercial leaders travel Anil resort operators and state county and municipal officials in the a native of Columbus ga., or. Monte a resided in Charlotte for the past six years and prior to that was located in Greensboro Asheville Greenville and Anderson. Rotary conference comes to close with breakfast today reappointed few District governor honoured or. John i. Davis heard at banquet last night Wmma a Story published in the Enterprise in february and illustrated by the picture tune was sent in to Ripley who used it a material for an illustration Aud commentary which appear in a a believe it or not in the Enterprise today. In the picture Are Joe Shackelford left and Howard Holbrook right local tailors we it made the pair of trouser measuring on incites around for a customer near Raleigh. A breakfast this morning of incoming presidents and secretaries honouring the new District governor Vav. B. Hiker of Reidsville marked Lim cud of the annual conference of the 189th District of rotary International. A speech by or. John l. Davis new York City minister and humorist featured Tho final session of the conference last night. Tile speech was followed by the gov i norms Ball at the Sheraton hotel. Or. Davis humorous talk Drew an enthusiastic response from the representatives of the 41 rotary clubs of the District. He advocated the uniting of conflicting creeds religious and political into a one big family of and Sai t the fad America a has survived both democrats and republicans is proof. To. It is a great education and religion he said were the Hope of americans for a better citizenship and a better nation. Touching briefly on the it International situation or. Davis Derlain do what Little judgment i have tells me the thing for us delegates return Here from methodist unifying meeting or. J. K. Pritchard and a. J. Nonce Back from Kan a hit High in Praise of meeting mothers to be honoured with special service at Wesley memorial or j. K. Pritchard president of the North Carolina conference methodist protestant Church and Arnold j. Koonce prominent Layman of the first methodist protestant Church arrived in this City lat night from Atlanta on the a Piedmont limited a from Kansas City where they attend Sions of the methodist unifying conference or. Pritchard today in speaking of the closing night of the conference said that it a the most impressive Lime he Ever a special service honouring motherhood will be held at Wesley memorial Church at the la o clock worship service tomorrow or. Knib ree ii. Blackard pastor will preach on the theme of motherhood his topic being a triumphant motherhood the members of the Susanna Wesley class will be at the doors of the Church to Supply Flowers to do is to keep out of the next trophies awarded the Bethel club last night was awarded both the governors and the attendance trophy. Other awards went to or. And mrs Karl Miller. Or. And mrs. Irvin Morgan jr., and Lodr. Davis. Charles l. Kearns was inducted into the High Point club by or. Miller a representative at the conference of rotary International. Amos r Kearns president of the High Point club recognized presidents of the several other civic clubs of the City who had been invited to the dinner last night or. D. Vav Daniel a member of the faculty of the Clemson agricultural College. Clemson s. Cd addressed the District luncheon session yesterday on the subject a the looking in an address punctuated with humor or. Daniel told his audience that a wanting All the Hap Pines is w hat often robs us of i the happiness we might otherwise i men today he continued need courage and next to that need Good will. A Good w ill Quot he declared can Settle All the troubles of the world foreign and do a Mestico following his address awards were presented by Gratton Poy. Henry r. Dwire of Durham past commencement for t Ville tomorrow Thomasville May 13.�? special a Thomasville commencement week in the City schools will open sunday night with the annual Sermon preached by Rev. Samuel Wiley pastor of t h e Thomasville presbyterian Church in the main Street school auditorium. On tuesday evening the annual class Day exercises will be held in the auditorium at 8 of clock. The seventh Grade promotion exercises will be conducted thursday afternoon at 3 o clock. Grover h. Jones prominent attorney of High Point will deliver the annual address for the occasion. The annual address to the senior class will be delivered thursday night by or. Howard Rondthaler of Winston Salem which will he followed by the awarding of diplomas. Company agrees to new Survey at Blair Park tentative agreement regarding Power line across Golf course Macrae reappointed to governor Liney As judge High Point municipal i Ati heaths mrs. E. Frank Clodfelter Thomasville. May 13.�? special a the funeral service for mrs. E. Frank Clodfelter who died at her Home on Winston Salem route 5, wednesday morning. Was conducted yesterday afternoon at 2 o clock at the Shady Grove Church. The service was in charge of the pastor of the Church Rev e. L. Kirk assisted by Rev. T. B. John an Effort was being made b son and Rev. O. B. Williams. Dur the Enterprise this afternoon to my the service the Church choir Check a report Sang a Safe in the arms of Jesus Quot governor Hoey had reappointed a abide with a asleep in be judge d. C. Macrae for a two sus a and somewhere the Sun is year term instead of a four year term As was expected. Pallbearers were Paul Smith an amendment to the 1927 act Guy Clodfelter Gilmer Clodfelter creating the court was adopted Junior Reese John d. Clodfelter by the 1939 legislature changing and Curtis Motsinger the Large the term of off be of judge from a tentative agreement Between the City of High Point and the Duke Power company subject to the approval of the City coucil and the Parks and juvenile commission has been reached regarding the construction of a Power line across Blair Park Golf course w. F. Bailey City director of the division of Parks and recreation said today. Negotiations Between the City and the Power company Pegau several weeks ago when it was Learned a Survey of the line had been made which if followed would have obstructed golfing on the municipal course a substitute Survey was worked out by the Power company at the request of the Day which if followed will not in any Way interfere with golfing or. Bailey it Aid. The new Survey follows generally the course of the Stream which flows through the Park and though it will necessitate the removal of no. 7 tee Down the Fairway the new Survey is a every Way satisfactory. Ender the original Survey several fairways of the nine Hole course were split. Or Bailey said the Power company had evidenced interest in the City a request since it was first made and had shown a Fine spirit of cooperation in working out the new plan. The Power company purchased a right of Way for the Power line from the Blair estate some time before the land for the Park was donated to the City. David h. Blair prominent Washington actor any and one of the owners of the estate which from Raleigh that Ifon Ted the Park grounds in the City yesterday to participate in the negotiations. A Kun Isard a Etain Shadlu judge Macrae reappointed by governor Raleigh May 13.�? it a governor Hoey announced today the reappointment of d. C. Mac Rae As judge of the High Point municipal court for a two year term beginning june i. Macrae was first appointed to Complete the unexpired term of Lewis e. Teague who died last year. The governor said Macrae bore the unanimous endorsement of the High Point bar. Eta number of Floral tributes were carried by close friends and neighbors of the family. Interment followed in the Shady Grove Church cemetery. Miss Edith m. Redwine Banner Elk May 13.�?dp a miss Edith m. Redwine 62, a former vice president of the american nursing association died Here yesterday. She was instructor of nurses at Grace Hospital Here. The funeral will be held in Monroe at 2 p m tomorrow. Two years to four years. Representative Rupert t. Pickens w to sponsored the Bill through the House said the amendment stipulated the inn ease of the term and it was believed Here that the governor had not been apprised of the new or the special act when he appointment. Plane mechanics Short in America i Washington. A government experts president Roosevelt there would he a y i Pic reported to today that shortage of As t h e or hand t of he cd Temh. 9bd Dele pledging new. Uni handels Ting by a great termites Akk destructive Wood eating insects i Hies you Arr Post Tir they Are not damaging your Home in we a Nugget you allow a to inspect for you free inspections a work fully guaranteed. General exterminating co. To dial 4391 year experience a lived through Gates raised the their allegiance fled methodist a a Messiah a choir. Or. Pritchard is a collector of signify ant articles Ami like several other prominent delegates to the conference he could not think of coming away from the great meeting w without a souvenir he purchased a do a and chair used by the methodist protestant delegation and had it shipped to his Home Here questioned about nomenclature among the methodist bodies or. Pritchard said that he did not expect any changes until the meeting of the various be tonal and state conferences in the Southeastern and other jurisdictions. In North Carolina the old lines of the North Carolina and Western North Carolina conferences m. E. Church South will be retained the methodist protestant ministers being assigned according to the charges they now hold. W Hen j asset i made it be who they Conn de Board r i a n Genie Portal Ion proud ors who desire to it and w to do not lion otherwise. At the close Short and Impi of the \ in lies of be made. Mrs. A who has held of of to of Iem the com ave have h u ret Ewart have trans any Moth e to Chi Tad t Ransport strict Tat mat governor Ter. Hilham. Past1 a a i i / a a i a presided As it last los i i Llic i police break up gang of youths by the Auer litre Preth Sermon a Salve recognition motherhood will e. Kirkman who membership in Thomas special 13 Poth Wesley memorial longer than any other person will represent motherhood in a bit of pageantry showing the transmission of Virtues front Mother to children. Ten Young people will represent some of the Virtues that Are transmitted from Mother to children. The Virtues represented Are As follows love Mary Lou of fill Honor Richard Short purity Josephine Jackson courage Thurlow Kearns. Or. Sacrifice Helen Marie Siceloff Trust John Eshelman or. Devotion Alma Virginia Mccain Faith William Fraley or. Sympathy Mildred Crowder and loyalty Allen Austin. Or. Sixty persons placed in work during week Foster yours is claimed by death Church of latter Day saints will hold services sunday give your family use the Best la a refrigeration Arr our Beautiful refrigerator a Prier and term will Surprise iou Central ice delivery company us Sot Broad Siren phone 4507well Point Friday an 111 the sunday school of the Church of the latter Day saints will meet tomorrow morning at 310�2 North main Street 10 30 of clock it was denounced today. A special mothers Day program will feature the sos in. At 2 of clock in the afternoon sixty persons were plated in employment Here by die Iochi office of the North Carolina state employment service during the week ending today it was Learned from j. A. Gawthrop manager of the local office. Or Gawthrop was in Raleigh yesterday on official business in connection with the service. In Many cases failure of an automobile motor to Start is due to poor electrical contacts and to flip the ignition switch on arum off a few times often cleans the contacts automatically restoring i a circuit. Dune will be a baptismal at the y. M. A a., Cor South main and Russell following this Servile will service Lei of it reels. Lie the the rift and will the More than 200 Arti ii All close imitations of insect Are obtainable by pm Fisherman. Jal flies the real the mod the first women a medical school in America was organized in Boston in 1 84 8 by Samuel Gregory it had 12 pupils and a known As the Boston female medical school. For rent Central location steam heated Brick building with heavy duty elevator suitable for warehouse manufacturing or wholesale. Sprinkled Low insurance rate and r. R. Siding. 24,000 Square feet floor space including dry basement. J. H. Kalte phone a i in a Jio Shirley 4venue a Foster Younts. 81 known Farmer of High route 2, tiled at his Home evening at 6 of clock after Ness of Long duration. Or. Younts was born in Randolph county july lr., 185.1 and was Man led to miss Moville Leach w to p seeded in in in death she having pissed away about 20 Yea is ago. Surviving Are four sons. A l Younts of High Point route 2. Charles o Younts. Greensboro d r. Younts Trinity Fred Younts High Point route 2, two daughter mrs. Annie brow or of High Point and mrs. C. C. Walker of Trinity. He was a member of the Trinity methodist Church. Funeral services will be con-1 ducted from the Trinity method a series of revival services will Dis Church sunday afternoon at be held at the Church of god 2 o clock by Rev. A b. Shinn 1012 Asheboro Street beginning pastor and interment will follow j sunday morning and continuing in the Trinity cemetery. The aft. For a period of two weeks Ive pallbearers will be j. H the services will begin each Younts a. Younts Dallas Younts night at 7 45 of clock and the re a. L Swiggett o Neil Swiggett Viva will he conducted by Rev and o. H. Frye honorary pall Clark t. Farley of Pikesville ky., bearers j. L. Phillips Lias Lohr. A former Kentuck school teacher Boh Lohr Jim Leach. Chai lie and now a Well known evangelist Ville. May Thomasville j have evidently been successful in s retaking up a band of Young boys who have been entering the main i Street methodist Church hut on j Randolph Street and stealing silverware table cloths and napkins. Paul a a Bill a Hunt and Herman Copper both Young boys of Thomasville were arrested mod tried in Thomasville municipal court Friday on charges of breaking and entering and larceny and receiving. Arrested with the boys was mrs. Annie May Lindley who was charged with receiving stolen property. Approximately Loo pieces of Silver and other articles were recovered in the investigation prayer for judgment was continued in the cases until monday morning. A nil pros with leave was taken in the Case against Raymond Woodard who was arrested along with the others. Paul Reid Hayne of Charlotte was found guilty of speeding and was taxed with the court Cost Emmett Ward of Thomasville. Route i was found guilty of speeding and reckless driving and was ordered to pay a Fine of $5 and court Cost Pride Jones of Thomasville and Charlie Miller of Denton were taxed with the court Cost in cases involving drunkenness. Want in irk there Pittsburgh a very Rcd faced Ira c. Wilcox and John Reusch a appeared in Traff r court holding traffic tags hut gained smiling dismissal. President and a Cretal y of their company they explained to magistrate Anthony Lucas they had been Busy supervising work on installing new pm King meter. Mrs. Malinda j. May Dies at residence confirmation of new member of the Church Aud the advancement of a worker to the Priesthood. Sunday evening at 7 30 of clock. Pros Dent Bennett of North Carolina Weston Dis will preach. Elder Walker other officials of the Church be in attendance at a1 Lof sunday services. Gibson arrested on charge of larceny dry rain Ida he fails. deluge of Snake River Valley May have been something Akin to a million Dollar affair to the Farmers but a a far As the weather Bureau is concerned it just did no to occur. While the rain in pattering Down an attendant turned on a Lawn twinkle tilling the bureaus measuring de ice. Rattler diam estimate official recorded the Day a painless. Kat Frt Yin ent expense Grants pass Martin collected $20 on his automobile because of a Snake. The reptile crawled into the tar. Got under the upholstery which had to be ripped up to get it out. Mrs. Malinda j. May. 77, died Friday at 1 15 p. In. At her Home on West Lexington Avenue eaten Aion. She had been in her usual Good health until May 3. Becoming ill at that time with heart trouble. J0f her condition gradually grew a worse % or. May came to High Point Aholt it 22 years ago from Burlington having lived there about two years and Hefner this time spent a1 of her life in the mount Hope Community about 13 Miles each of Greensboro. She was a member of the mount Hope reformed Church. Her husband Al son May. Preceded her in death in april. 1899. Surviving Are three sons. C. R. A. C. And a j. May All of High Point two daughters mrs. E h. Thompson of Burlington and mrs. M. W. J. Goble of Greensboro one step son. W. B. May of Hur Longron one brother. George May of Greensboro and 16 grandchildren. The funeral service will he conducted sunday afternoon at o clock from the Southside Bap tint Church with Rev. G. H. Liner pastor in charge assisted by Rev. Ivision in aircraft mechanics in time of War made the recommended dial existing facilities for training skilled a j workers he a expanded to the j limit of peacetime practicability a seven Man interdepartmental j committee headed by Oswald Ryan of the civil aeronautics authority reported that 60,000 and sectional workers to supplement the 40,000 now employed in the aviation Industry would be needed to execute the current at my and Navy air corps expansions. But this immediate Rohlo m could be solved without any extraordinary action on the part the government and private in Dusty it said. I he trouble would arise the committee added if War came and made it necessary to expand the peace time figures four to sit times or from 100,000 to Between 400,000 and 600,000 workers. In anticipation of War the is and conditions it propose a four Point program to i a establish immediately it prentices in systems in All a Craft manufacturing plants a commercial air carriers shops. 2�?encourage Public Vocalic a1 and Trade school to assist a Craft companies in training played workers and apprentices. 3 Aid youths showing particular aptitude for mechanical trades in National youth administration work centers to Obia a j employment As raft plants. 4 continue to inculcate liable work Habi to to Idem Appl entice in h. L. Keeperman pastor of the evangelical end reformed Church. Interment will he made in the pleasant Grove Ometery. F civilian cupid wins Case Omah pm Iii Soref asked dismissal of Ber $5,004 damage suit against Philip Tulek in whose automobile she was rifling when injured last november. 1 Quot a a a a a a a Beeson hardware awarded contract a inspiration corps enrollees wit ii the idea of making those show my aptitude for mechanics available for discharge lug in aviation. To accept Ira in Avery Gibson land Mill Section police today on a ing him with the 2. Of the High was arrested by warrant Harcia Arceny of $5< from j. A. Fowler. He remained in jail this afternoon in default of a $50 1 Bond. Cash 4 itch Spooner. I. Leroy Zaksas a is one Fisherman who does no to care whether the big ones gel away. While spearing suckers in the yellow River he missed a big fish but speared a pocketbook containing $8. The Church of god will hold revival services Snyder j w. Johnson j. Collett John Walls or. L. Zimmerman w. J. Frazier h. Frazier Gene Frazier p. H f. To. Frazier John Frazier Tom bsh c. G. Reddick r. C. Trane and j. C. Collett. Keig col Rey Val Rev. J. C. Randle of Randleman will conduct a series of revivals at the Providence Wesleyan methodist Church on the Fairfield Road starting sunday morning at la of clock. K. W. Jones is the pastor of the Church Tho Melody girls quartet Render special music at East these service As will the of quartet composed of a father his three sons. The Public is cited to attend these services will h of it Eon tid a Ngo it k to speak Frank Hancock jr., member of the Federal House loan Bank i Board will he the speaker at the annual banquet of the North Carolina building and loan league to be held on wednesday evening june 28, at the Ocean Terrace hotel Wrightsville Beach. In it was announced by John b. Craven of Lexington president of the league. Carl Goerch editor of the state Magazine will be toastmaster. The banquet is part of die ,6ih annual meeting of the 176 building and loan associations of the state. 101,10 loses school Charleston s. Cd a May 13.�? up a the trustees were authorized by the Charleston county Board of education yesterday to dose schools in the county after they had asked for permission. The step was considered a preventive measure against the spread of infantile pah ulysls. Germ \ n general Dies Berlin May 13.�? pm . Earl Hoofer 76, one of the outstanding leaders of the Dei Man army in world War Days died at Wuerzburg yester Day. Or. J. E. Pritchard will preach Here on sunday travellers protective association selects High Point for convention Raleigh. N. A May 13.�? Ltd a a the division of Purchase and contract announced today the awarding of contracts for state supplies including 20 half ton pick up trucks costing $8,605.60, $30,000 Worth of soap detergents and Alkalies and $25,000 Worth of vocational shop tools. Contract for the trucks went to the Chevrolet motor division of Charlotte and for the tools to Charlotte hardware company of Charlotte Dillon Supply company of Raleigh Beeson hardware company of High Point and Atlas Supply company of Winston Salem the soap contract was distributed among 18 firms. Contracts for $5,000 Worth of mops went to eight firms. Firemen called of t Thomasville May 13 _ special a Thomasville firemen were called out about seven of clock Friday night to extinguish a fire in the awning at Tho Crutchfield hardware company on East main Street. Firemen reported that evidently someone carelessly Tim lighted cigarette from window causing the Blaze. The fire new a an upstairs awning to was quickly put out by the firemen and the a very Small. Loss final session Batesville. May soft i lie annual District meeting of representatives of the state College Extension service entered its renal session today with a joint i Quot is am for men and women. The three Day conference was attended it it agents from the 20 counties the southwestern state. Section of in the Derham wins Chapel Hill May 13. Up a Durham beat Winston Salem. To 4. In a baseball game Here yesterday and won the stale High school class a championship the championship was Durham High s second this year the Durham basketball team won state honors. Durham tied Greensboro for the class a football Crown last fall. Mme. Fay gifted roader reads your entire life past present and future. She asks no questions but Hill Tell you what you want to know gives dates and Faits on business matters love health and family affairs. Of in trouble unhappy de comas d with life you need my help. Will Tell von the truth Good or bad. I rated just out of City limits on Asheboro Road in tent and trailers. Special 5tk\ clients White and coloured. It a time to get your Woolen clothes cleaned and Moth proofed or. J. E. Pritchard president of the North Carolina of the methodist Church will preach memorial methodist conf Prole at it Pron it aping from the zoo in Rio a Janeiro Brazil a Leopard ate a Lamb a cat and a few chickens Belory being sunday morning of clock it was announced or. Pritchard return night from die methodist i conference held at a ence slant Ink in slant t in Dav. Last Ming City. Fayetteville May a Vav. R. Winston of was elected president North Carolina travellers Ive association at the 13.�? to Raleigh of the protect dosing annual r b session today of the 42nd convention. He succeeded Davis of Pilot Mountain. High Point was selected As til a site for the next convention which will be held la May 1940. Besides Winston other officers were named As follows vice presidents o. A Wilson of High Point a. A. Ruffin of Wilson c. W reach of Durham. George Edwards of Rocky mount c. Vav. Patterson of Pilot Mountain and it l. Kaigh of Winston Salem secrets a treasurer rejected. 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