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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 17, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Wednesday May 17, 10.19the Helgn Point Enterprise Piedmont Critter no Industry a High Point. North Carolina Page five social and club activities phone no. 4568 Madeline Hoover editor office hours 9 a m. To 12 am leadership fraternity names 18 Duke students mrs. John w. Clinard jr., hostess at contract club s dinner Bridge continuing their series of biweekly dinner Bridge parties members of the tuesday contract club enjoyed a delightful meeting last evening when mrs. John w. Clinard jr., was hostesses at her Home on Ardale drive. In a colourful setting of Early summer Flowers in pastel shades guests were seated at Small tables in the living room on their arrival and were served a two course dinner. Small arrangements in which Dianthus and roses were artistically combined entered each table. Was in play when cards Gilbert Clin afterwards Bridge at three tables and were Laid aside mrs. Aid was awarded the prize for highest score a hand invade Linen luncheon set. Making up the tables were mesdames Howard Marsh. Joe Hollingsworth Gilbert Clinard. S. S. Saunders who were visitors for the afternoon while club mein hers included mesdames Ralph slate Philip Davis Vav. E. Mitchell Charles Vav. Mcanally Arthur Kirkman James r. Lovelace Herman Smith and James s. Moffitt. Social Calendar two bridal couples honoured at dance at Emerywood country club last night approximately 400 local and out of town guests attended the private dance Given at the Emery Wood country club last evening by or. And mrs. Sebo in Perry and or. And mrs. Earl n. Phillips of this City and or. And mrs. William Ragsdale of Jamestown. Baskets of Vari col Rod Spring Flowers were used effectively As decorations for the main lounge of the clubhouse and the mantel was banked with Calla lilies roses a carnations and peonies in a colourful arrangement. Receiving the guests were or. And mrs. Perry or and mrs. Phillips or. And mrs. Ragsda4e. Or. And mrs. Kearns Carl Vav. Bell of Raleigh mrs. Frank Vav. Clark of Quebec Canada mrs. Hattie Copeland Hill of Kinston and miss Sara Copeland of Kinston with her escort rip Tabb. Mesdames hell Clark and Hill and miss Copeland Are House guests of or. And mrs. Kearns. Johnny Long and his orchestra furnished music for dancing. Light refreshments of punch and wafers were served to the guests during a Short intermission. Mrs. D. D. Arden re elected to head legion auxiliary plan for poppy Day re election of mrs. 1. D. Arden. Jr., to the presidency of the local unit of the american legion auxiliary featured the May meeting of the organization held last night at the Home of mrs. I. T. Maim on Johnson Street when mesdames Bruce Carraway and r. B. Gantt were associate hostesses. Others on the new slate which will not be Liu talled until september were mrs. Roy Spearman. First vice president mrs. A. Is. Stevens second vice president or. Oscar l. Smith treasurer mrs John Raper Secretary mrs. J. Worth Ivey sergeant at arms and mrs. M t links chaplain another important feature of the meeting was the laying of plans for poppy Day which Falls on May 27. Mrs. A. L. Stevens chairman asked All workers to report at Richardson s department store Headquarters at eight a in. If was further announced that w. B. Umstead will be the speaker for the memorial service which will be held at Oakwood memorial Park on the following Day May 28, at three pm. The auxiliary was rendered an legion at the 26, at invitation to attend the family dinner to be Given City Lake on Friday May 6 . Plans were made for attending the mate convention to lie held in Raleigh june 25-27, and the auxiliary members agreed to add to that of the local legion Post their invitation to have the 1940 convention come to High Point. Elected As delegates to the convention were mesdames i. T. Mann c. A. York h. L. Way Nick. J. H. Teague Effie Harrison. W j. Bennett and d. I. Arden. Alternates Are mesdames a l. Garner Fred Gordy. Harry Lerning Vav h. Price and h. L Bumgardner. Mrs. E. A. Wright is hostess to Ace i club wednesday 8 30 p. �?. The High Point Council of jewish women will meet at the Home of mrs. Ben Swartzberg on Clyde Street. Mrs. Harry Kaplan will he associate hostess. Thursday 3 30 p. the High Point chapter of the Greensboro alumnae association will be held at the Home of mrs. Pm r. Lyon on Flor Ham Avenue with mrs. V. I. Sale jr., and mrs. J. M. S. Salsbury As associate hostesses. Friday 3 30 p. the Canterbury club will meet with mrs. Owen Reese at her Home 214 Lindsay Street. 3 30 p. mrs. Rufus King will entertain the Philo Athean club at her Home 402 Hillcrest drive at its biweekly meeting. Saturday 4 p. the final meeting of the local chapter american association of University women will be held at the Blair Park clubhouse and will take the form of a social meeting. 9 30 p. the monthly dance of the Emerywood country club will take place at the clubhouse and will take the form of a a kiddie reservations for hours d oeuvres to he served at 9 p. Rn., must be made in Advance at the club. A Wright was hostess i Bridge club at her of the City yesterday dollars hat Sale tomorrow i Choice Felts. Values Only 50 Hals styles in straws wry Fine Quality up to two in n Tkv five. All Best shades Black Navy straws. Kelts in All his re shades As Well m Navy anti Black styles Yon can Wear All the Bummer. Come Early tomorrow. You will want two or three of these pretty hats. Reduced to Only $1.00 All Sale final exchanges. No mrs. K. To the Ace Home cast afternoon. Roses and Iris predominated in the Floral appointments of the entertaining rooms. At the conclusion of play the High score prize hath powder was won by mrs. Grady Goldston. Mrs. Silas Casey received a manicure set As second High score prize and mrs. Lloyd Sheetz was pres need Sachet As Low score prize. To or. Ernest Flowers who recently moved to the City or. Wright presented an Honor gift. Or. Flower was the Only guest. At the conclusion of play a salad course was served to her and the following club members mesdames a Barie Byrd. Silas Casey. I. S. Ingram Grady Goldston m. Z. Perkinson Sheetz and Joe Walser Lloyd swing club has Weiner roast at City Lake the members of the swing club and visitors enjoyed a Weiner Toast last evening at the City Park. Weiner were roasted around an open fire Aud later Marsh mallows toasted. Afterwards the group adjourned to the amusement Section of the Park. Those present for Hie Outing were misses be Harries Catherine Carmichael Kathryn Wren to. Mildred Hutchins. Lois Yokeley Estelle West finances Moon Lillian Weisner Dorriss to were. Celeste Jones Georgia Ridge Mary Schwartz Violet Carmichael. Gladys Yokeley and Sophia Samet. Women of Moose will have meeting tonight the High Point chapter number 965, women of the Moose will hold its regular meeting this evening at eight of clock in their Hall according to an announcement made today. Soap dropped into causes it to erupt. A Geyser. Roald Amundsen journeyed to the South pole to raise funds for a trip to the North pole. Moffitt s Ai North main St. Handy Home uses Moroline Iti 5n0w-Whiti Petroleum Neuv jars Ano to it Lovely Garden Tea Given by a. At Hutchens estate successful from a social As Well is financial standpoint was the Garden Tea at which the Elm Street Parent teacher association entertained yesterday afternoon from four to six at the Home of mrs. George e. Hutchens just off West Lexington Avenue when approximately 50 called during the appointed hours of four and six. The Tea which took the form of a Benefit party for the Elm Street . A. Was held in the Lovely Garden of mrs. Hutchens where Flowers and shrubs of Many varieties formed a colourful setting tickets were received by Juan Sechrest and John Grover Hutchens and mrs. Allene m. Schroder principal of the school greeted the guests on their arrival presenting them to mrs. Edgar Hartley president of the association and mrs George e Hutchens vice president and h twit Ess for the afternoon. Or. R h Sechrest a in charge of the serving of Dainty refreshments and assisting were misses Sarah Hutchens and Nancy Sechrest. Presiding Over the daintily appointed tee table placed under the Trees in an artistic setting and entered with a Large Crystal punch howl arranged in a nest of red roses were mesdames s. F. Fortner and c. A. White who dispensed the punch which was served with accompanying delicacies. Other members of the Parent teacher association received of various spots in the Garden and the Lovely Home which the glints were invited to visit a a feature of the afternoon. About people or. Aud or. George t. Wood. Sr., mrs. Frank a Wood a it son Quot Are spending a few weeks at Paradise Point. They expect to be joined for the week end by Frank h. Wood. Ewe miss Delois Pressley turned to the City to r summer vacation. Miss is a teacher in the Park High school at Park. A a mrs. Robert Pope of near Thomasville w spending this week Here with her daughters mesdames l. A. Cranford i. J. Kivett and miss Bessis Pope. A a c. Idol sr., is Rte u pc rat till satisfactorily at the Burro memorial Hospital where he underwent an operation sunday morning. He expects to remain a patient there for about two weeks anti will not he Able to see visitors before the latter part of this week. Wow mrs. J. By. Mcmahon is a patient Ai the Guilford general Hospital where Hite underwent an operation yesterday morning. Her condition is regarded As satisfactory her friends will be glad to learn. Wow mrs. Lillian Giles of Fairfield Road who was taken to Charlotte Sanatorium Charlotte on May 8, for treatment of foot ailment remains a patient there. The Young men pictured above Are juniors and seniors in Trinity College Duke University who were last week Quot tapped Quot by Omicron Delta Kappa National honorary leadership fraternity. The distinction in based on conspicuous achievement in five Field of academic life scholarship athletics debating social usefulness and journalism. The new members Are left to right top Row Jack k. Palmer Delmar of. Y., vice president of student government Addison p. Penfield Meriden. Conn., president of the rising senior class Harvey p. Sloan. Bellevue. Pa., retiring member of the University publications Board r. Tim Brinn Hertford president of the student y. M. C. A. Curtis s. Jones. Swarthmore pa., manager of basketball Ward i. Abbott. Orchard Park n. Y., president of student body division of engineering. Middle Row c. Frederick Kreiser Lebanon pa., member of engineering student Council Ellis t. Baker Iii. Baltimore. My prominent Cam pts columnist j. Dewey Daane grand rapids mich., president of hesperian Union varsity debater Richard. I Ewis Annapolis. Md., retiring president of student government Charles w. Ramsey jr., Char Lotte president of engineers club William k. Raison. Altoona pa., Captain of basketball Anil Tennis. Bottom Row Thomas j. Hanlon Scarsdale n. Y., president of student government Dan w. Hill jr., Asheville co Captain of the 1939 football squad Robert c. Rice jr., Cleveland o., business manager of Duke a no Duchess and chairman of freshman advisory Council f Walter Erich Queens Village. N. A. President of Duke players Duncan c. Gray. Pelham a n. A. Editor of the chronicle Semi weekly newspaper and James Luckie. Reg Park n. Prominent in several phases of Campus life Thomasville Bpwe elect and install i new slate officers Thomasville May 17.special a election and instal a lation of newly elected officers featured the meeting of the Thomasville business and professional women club held last evening at the Home of mrs. A. Z. Boles which took the form of a dinner meeting Anc miss Clara Harrison was installed As new president to succeed mrs. Surratt whose offices expires. Serving As installing office was mrs. Triana b. James president of the High Point Bpwe who was accompanied to the meeting by mrs Thomas r. Baldwin of the same club elected and installed on the new slate with miss Harrison were the following officers first vie president mrs. Eximina Surratt second vice pres Dent. Miss Margaret Thompson recording Secretary. Mrs. May s. I Holton corresponding Secretary miss Mara Olive and treasurer miss Edith Hilliard. Plans for a luncheon meeting i in connection with the state Bpwe Contention in Winston Salem in june the the local club will he hostess were discussed j and it was announced that Robert r. Reynolds will be the speaker. Delegates to the convention were selected miss Marie Jones miss Nell Boles Margaret Mcleod and miss Clara Harrison being chosen delegates and misses a 11 in Mccracken and Minnie Gilliam and mrs. Carl Wilson and Maye liven Good As alternates. Miss Margaret Thompson pre business girls groups join in meeting of \ Quot flu Quot took toll of 119 in state mesdames Hite Harville and Long fete Thomasville visitors other functions Thomasville May 17. Mrs. Meade Hite entertained at a Small hut attractive Bridge Tea at her Home on Salem Street tuesday afternoon As another in the series of social functions Given to compliment mrs. John Fla hive of Brooklyn n. A a a and mrs. Philip Alther of old Greenwich. Conn., popular visitors in the City and Hon segues a of mrs. E. I. Webb. The Lovely Home was made doubly so by the artistic arrangement of Early summer Flowers and two tables of Bridge were in pm a y in the living room. Mrs. R. M. Cooksey excelled in playing and received the prize and the hostess presented her Honor guests with attractive gifts. Afterwards Dainty refreshments were served to those making up the Bridge tallies and a number of additional guests coming in for Lea. Playing in addition to mrs. Webb and the Honoreen were mrs. It. M. Cooksey Reese Harville. I it. A. Long a. H. Newby. Alvah Boyles and coining in for Tea were mrs. E. W. Cates Mother of the hostess mrs. Charles f. Lambeth mrs. Lois Johnson mrs. Dustin Finch and mrs. Ralph Wilson. Mrs. Mead mite. Mrs. C. H. Noir by mrs. Charles Lambeth. Mrs. Reese Harville and mrs. Long. The three but fess Lonal groups in of and the pro local Young women a association were represented at the supper meeting of the business and professional girls club at the y. W. \ a hut last night when nine Livey ers and one Jolly y member met with 38 members of the older girls club two solos Quot Dearest believe Quot Giordan i and Quot Jean Quot Burleigh. Were Sung by miss Shirley Welborn. Her accompanist was miss Doris Koonce. The latter Pari of he meet lug was Given Over to a varied program by Vaughn Boone a student at High Point College following a set ies of magic feats or. Boone entertained the club members with the antics of his two stooges Quot Joe College Quot and Quot Dopey Quot in a demonstration of his abilities As a ventriloquist. Members of Board of Southern railway Are re elected at meeting Richmond. Va., May 17. At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Southern railway company held in Richmond yesterday those members of the Board of directors whose terms expire in 1939 were reelected for the further term of three years. They were Robrt Hanes of Winston Salem Hugh Morrow of Birmingham. Ria., and Jackson on monday evening mrs. Reece Harville was gracious hostess to Honor mrs. Flahive and mrs. Alther guests of mrs. E. I. Webb. At her Home on West main Street when three tables of Bridge were in play in a Channing setting of seasonable Flowers. The High score prize handkerchiefs. Went to mrs. Harry i be Lambeth and each of the Honoreen was presented with Bath powder. Later an ice course was served ices being in the shapes of Flowers to mesdames Flahive. Vit Der. Webb. Harry Lep Lambeth. Meade Hite r. M. Cooksey. Ralph Wilson d. A. Long Alvah Boyles John r. Myers Glenn Penni Triton waiter Newby and miss Alliene Hoover. Mrs. D. A. Long was hostess at a delightful luncheon at Wedgefield on tuesday afternoon to Honor mesdames John Flahive of Brooklyn n. Y., and mrs. Philip Alther of old Greenwich Conn. A four course luncheon was served to mrs. E. L. Went and her test Honolulu Raleigh May 17.�?</p a in i to Penza took a toll of 119 North carolinians last month compared with 48 in april 1938, or. R. T. St Paon director of the Bureau of vital statistics reported today. Homicide numbered 41 last month As compared with 23 a year ago. Deaths in the state increased by eight Over april a year ago but the birth rate jumped from i 22.2 to 22.7 per 1,000. Indicating an increase of 206 babies Lover the number in april 1938. The report showed a drop in j Tho infant mortality rate Dom 56.2 to 52.2 and the maternal death rate fell from 5.7 to 5.5, i diarrhoea and enteritis claimed j Only 13 children last month As compared with 35 a year ago. Measle caused to april deaths compared with 46 last year for the month and pulmonary tuberculosis deaths dropped from 165 Roll with pneumonia a a did it a know Down from 223 to 207. Preventable accidents caused 96 deaths compared with 91 a year ago with 60 dying in various kinds of automobile Accident and 19 by drowning. Miss Alliene Hoover entertained members of the contract club at her Home on East main Street tuesday evening when two tables of Bridge were in play in the Liv i Groom. Summer Flowers were used in profusion in the entertaining rooms and the High score prize dusting powder fell to mrs. R. M. Cooksey when cards were Laid aside. Excelling among the club members was mrs. Alvah Boyle who was presented with an identical prize. A two course luncheon was then served at daintily appointed tables to mesdames Cooksey. Boyles George Finch. Austin Finch R. Hodgin. Glenn Fennington Robert Rapp. Ralph Wilson and Alvah Boyle. The Thomasville Garden club was entertained tuesday morning at the Home of mrs. A. G. Jennings when mrs. Carson Cox and mrs. E. A. 1�?Tegg were gracious hostesses with mrs. Jennings. Mrs. John r. Myers president presided and the club voted to change the meeting from the second to the first tuesday in each month. Mrs. J. W. Boyles Delegate to the state Garden club meeting in Durham gave an interesting report As a feature of the program. Tea and accompanying refreshments were later served to the guests. The Impromptu club entertain a with a dinner at the Blue room of the Sheraton hotel monday evening to Honor miss Evelyn Baker a former member and by id eel Ort of the month and miss Louise Perry another popular Bride elect of the Early summer. Corsages marked the places of the Honoreen and an attractive Floral Centrepiece graced the banquet table. A four course dinner was served to the two Honoreen and misses Frances Griffin. Kit Lyn Lyles Jennie Reid Newby Priscilla Lambeth Mary Johnson Lambeth. Betty 9enniugs, Nancy Kevser Theresa Hoover. Isabel Boyles Virginia Boyles. Elizabeth Hawthorne. Polly Trent. Mildred visitors who were the Honoreen Carr and Evelyn Allbright War Maneu vers Wilson testifies women delegates meeting question Fayetteville May 17 he the question of election sen Ted mrs. Surratt the retiring e. Reynolds and Knight Woolley president who was recently mar of new York. Has re Pend the Pressley men n to in Mountain red with a Silver \ ase As a gift from the club at the conclusion of the meeting. Greensboro College alumnae will meet the High Point chapter of the Greensboro College alumnae will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 30 of clock at the Home of mrs. Edwin r. Lyon on Flor Ham Avenue i re i. Sale jr., and mrs j. M. S Salsbury will lie associate hostesses. Cercle Francois meets tomorrow the regular meeting of the Cercle Franca local class in French will he held at the Home of mrs Everett Marsh. 909 Johnson Street at 7f�?T0 tomorrow evening. A methodist Yong people will meet the Isih Point Union of methodist Young people will meet thursday night at South main Street Church at 7 45. The program will consist of the same routine of activities that is carried out during the Day at Lake Junaluska. The main feature of the evening will be the platform hour conducted by reverend Joroy Spencer. During the business session officers for the coming year will be elected. Four of Jupiter a nine satellites Are named Callisto Europe to. And Ganymede. The five smallest Are unnamed keep free of corns enjoy Quick Relief this clinic tested new Way �?�1 no need now to suffer from corns or Ever have them. Get new super soit or. Scholl s Zino pads. Put them on your corns or sore toes and enjoy Quick grateful Relief they Stop the cause shoe friction and pressure soothe and Cushion the sensitive spot ease new or t Light shoes help you to keep flee of it oms. 30 a softer than before separate graduated it it teats on a included for quickly removing coma. Coat but a trifle at All drug shoe and department stores one yes and three noes Are replies to Hitler move Berlin. May 17.�? up a the minister of Denmark. Norway Sweden and Finland called at the foreign office today and presented one Quot yes Quot and three courteous Quot noes Quot in espouse to Hitler s recent offer of non aggression parts. Each envoy was receive separated by Baron Ernst von Welz Saecker Secretary of state in the foreign office. Denmark alone accepted the offer. The others said they saw no necessity for such agreements. A nth yeah Staley born i Hospital or. And mrs Roscoe Staley of Burton Street a tension announce the birth of a daughter. Nancy Lott at the Barm memorial to pit amp a on mar ii. The Ai Iqual report of the president a Board of directors for the year ended december 31. 19,18, was received and ordered filed and a statement showing result of operations for the first four months of the current Calendar year compared with the corresponding period of the previous year was submitted to the stockholders. The stockholders authorized and approved subject to the approval f the interstate Commerce commission tile Purchase by Southern railway company of the rights franch Leses and All the property of the Northern Alabama railway company. At a meeting of the Board of directors of the company held immediately following adjournment of the annual meeting Ltd of stockholders the i present officers of the company were reelected. Suspended corporations not seeking reinstatement in office of Secretary Eure Raleigh. May 17 in Secretary of state Thad kure said today that none of the approximately 2,300 corporations whose Charters were suspended May i for failure to report and franchise taxes had applied for reinstatement. The corporations were notified their Charters would Bonu spend of and they would be deprived of All Powers privileges and franchise until reinstatement. Any corporate acts by such firms Are invalid kure said and penalty for violation of the suspension is $100 to $1,000 Fine. Those seeking reinstatement must fils a certificate from Tho Revenue commissioner showing they have paid All taxes and penalties and secure reinstatement papers. Suspended Charters May lie reinstated within to years. Of women As delegates to diocesan conventions occupied today the attention of the 200 delegates attending the 51th annual convento of the episcopal diocese of East Cai Olina another question to he decided was a recommendation that the support of t be episcopate and certain other canonical items of i diocesan support should not be charged against tile missionary fund of Lite diocese. The Iii. Rev. Thomas c. Darst. I presiding Bishop said last night in his annual address that a new emphasis should lie placed on i the sovereignty of god a in these times of world two of the greatest Alvoin it Lush Meitz a during the last year be said was the erection of the Mary Nelson Smith memorial fund of $3,000 and the founding of the new Mission of St Thomas in Hyde county Quot for extended work Iii the Christian will say later on parole of convicted Quot Gray mouse Quot Raleigh. May 17.�? a a Caroles commissioner Edwin Gill said he probably would be Able to say later today whether Arthur Morris. Negro would be executed Friday for first degree burglary. Gill expected to Confer with governor Ohey. Police charged Morris a the Quot Gray mouse Quot a with entering More than 20 Durham and Wake county Homes. The negro was convicted specifically with entering the Home of or. . B. Dewar Here. Honolulu. May i cleverly hidden troops Anil Gin or made of d ii Island a Gigantic fortress today As army officers Bent seriously to the task of simulated a Ria Man Euver involving 20,000 Roadie in Honolulu ans conducted their usual business unaware of the hidden troops and guns. There was no evidence of warfare in downtown sections of the City for the defence of which nearly 30.000 troops and sailors and nearly $300,000,000 of equipment Are permanently stationed Here. Passengers arriving on the when the liner passed close to four 155 millimetre gun located amid the Brush and Sand of in Island fronting Honolulu Harbor. Similarly they were unaware of big Gutta levelled at the Harbor from adjacent forts. Army circulars printed in three i a n g ii a g is were distributed throughout Oahu Eland in preparation for the a blackout Quot thursday night expelled by civil and military authorities to demonstrate the loyalty the polyglot residents would show in wartime. Addressing Oriental. White and hawaiian residents alike. Gov. Joseph b. Poindexter said the a blackout Quot would be a a splendid Opportunity for us to demonstrate the degree of cooperation which the army May expect from our civilian population in the event of attack by a hostile Force Quot nailed states army Intili Seine officers will he spotted around the Inland to watch the reaction of orientals particularly alien japanese. Discussion of changes in farm act to come up at Winston trial Winston Salem May 17 a to Vav. T. Wilson former Mav or testified in no print court yesterday during his trial on embezzlement charges that he failed to list Atli on g intangible about $7.boo he held As Forsyth county Public guardian in 1 937. Ilson said that on his tax return he listed the notes in a Lump sum because the Deputy tax collector told him it was unnecessary to list them separately he said he held notes totalling More than $37,000 while Public Quot guardian in 1937. Solicitor j. Erie Rmichael asked Wilson to figure out with a Pencil which of the notes he held in the Public guardianship in 1937 made up the $30,920 the tax ret urn showed he reported. Wilson answer was a i know i included the $23.oop in notes of my Wilson s 1 937 intangibles tax return was subpoenaed from the state Revenue department. The National consumption of Beer is decreasing in England while the consumption of Coffee Tea and wine is increasing pro 1938 will three Raleigh. May it it i posed amendments to the farm act tobacco Section come up for Dieseu Soin at Farmers meetings this week. J. E. Winslow president of the North Carolina farm Bureau arranged the meetings the first tonight at Wilson the next tomorrow at Fayetteville in the morning and the third tomorrow night at Oxford All will be held in courthouses. Pm just �?o2 drops Quot in each nostril for Quick Relief from Spring head cold discomforts. New under Arm Cream deodorant safely stops perspiration to docs not rot dresses a does not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Caff be used right after shaving. 3. In inanely stops perspiration for i to 3 Days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. A pure White greaseless stainless vanishing Cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the approval Seal of the american Institute of laundering for being harmless to fabrics. 15 million Tats of arrid have bean told. Try a Jar today arrid Peim Etro Quot a a a 39f a tar drops at All Norn also Iii 1q� amt a it Rar in to ill it i a Foxx better Boston May 17. I Jimmy Foxx Boston red sox first i expenses. I he baseman and wineries it league to be gone to batting Champion who went to St. Elizabeth s Hospital y Tat Ter Day we ithe a1 sinus infection was reported Quot very much better Quot today by or. Edward j. Of Brien team physician. Leave on motor it be for fair Thomasville May 17. A special a Carson and Paul Little Brothers who live on Trinity Street in Thomasville left yesterday astride a motorcycle for the worlds fair in new York. Carson it will be remembered was tile Young Man who Rode Hie same motorcycle to the Duke Southern California game la t fall. At this time lie reported a perfect trip with very Small two boys expect week. About 2400 physical and mental d4ordrs a been found to a Emu Mon Raffl Lection of people Terou Phoui bus War 14. Memoli i. Serv it i Thomasville. May 17. A special a the annual memorial service which always draws a Large audience will lie hold at Pine Woods Church Nar Thomasville sunday May 21, at 2 30. An interesting program to be announced later had been arranged by a committee in charge. Cd ast headache Relief a Stanback Speed will amaze you also great Fer neuralgia and similar inorganic pains. In use 27 years. Millions of Stan backs used yearly is Stanback faster try it and. See snap Back with Stanback Quot it be 25t it a a time to get your Woolen cloches cleaned and Moth proofed Aki hoc genuine toc _ a Frantt a _ new Max Clum lift Plum Amia High Points Only soft Vav Atea laundry

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