High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 17 1940, Page 14

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 17, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Page fourteenth men Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Friday. May 17, 1010annual convention of t. P. A. Launched Here banquet will be staged in City tonight delegates hear Welcome committee appointments and reports today with approximately 150 persons including members and their wives in attendance the annual convention of the North Carolina division of the travellers protective association of America opened today at the Sheraton hotel. Mayor o. Arthur Kirkman who was presented by c f. Tomlin-1 son of this City former National t. P. A. President welcomed the visitors to the City alter the invocation had been spoken by or. Isaac w. Hughes of Henderson chaplain. Mayor Kirkman extended to the organization a warm Welcome to the City and to the enjoyment of its facilities. He cited briefly some of the factors which make High Point a growing City and a pleasant place in which to live. Will Weill of Charlotte delivering the response recalled the Poh the Best in finishing Kodak Call 2758 Smiths studio a we Call for and deliver Quot Prinke gasoline service from exports saves serves satisfies 16c wrinkle tax paid per it Allon ervice $tati0n i Hon x. Main he Dan c. Boney candidate for renomination insurance commissioner engineered and secured fir i Quot a onre of minium reduction of Oer s million dollars in past la earn. No n. C. In urn nce com pan Bai failed during by aortic is commit loner. Yui r vote appreciated on . Program a shown in these pictures Are the officer and some of the men who Are appearing on the program of the annual state division convention of the travellers protective association which opened Here today. Top left is w. R. Winston Raleigh state . President. Top Center is will Weill Charlotte who responded to i the address of Welcome. Top right is o. E. Wilson of High Point state first vice Prosi Dent. Second Row left is a. H. Holland Winston Salem i chairman of the state Toxvard i of Dii sectors and Center is Royert p. Hawley Winston Salem Secretary treasurer. Right is mayor o. Arthur Kirkman who welcomed the do half la convention. Bottom left son of High Point former National . President and u l Echt is Burien 11 Marsh i Greensboro chairman of the state publicity committee. F. Tomlin your Home. In no bolter limn the will work t in i in in it. Ii Coni no More to ump Viii i work Moul furl it a cd by. Snow lumber company Phon Al 8896-3s97 a out Quot funding Millwork min e i Khoy charge account Welcome get new Fisk i ii Paramount service station cult products washing and lubricating �?�3 writ Green St. Phone 4073 delivery service High Point of the Day when the City wa.-, Little More than a sign Board to Point to other places but he added today Tho entire United stated Points to High Point especially when it is in j want of hosiery and furniture. He i recalled also the Day of the old j Jarrell and Bellevue hotels and of the Fields livery stable where he hired a team of horses to make his rounds in Randolph county. Or. Weili also paid High tribute to North Carolina As a state Aud declared that a a a e should ail feel i i very grateful when we think of the War that is raging in other countries that we Are in a free land still basking under Clear skies and enjoying committee appointments followed. Reports were submitted by the president w. It Winston of Raleigh the chairman of the Board of directors a a Holland of Winston Salem the Secretary a treasurer r. I. Hawley of Winston Salem and Hie chairman of the credentials committee. J. L. J Trollinger of Winston Salem the i reports were referred to commit i tee. In his report or. Holland urged the organization to continue its opposition to the diversion of year. Kinston made j the largest gain in membership with 30 new members. The net gain of members tor the year 1 throughout the state was reported As 56. Or. Hughes spoke briefly pay j ing High tribute to the t. P. A., which he said generated a a glorious Good feeling j Aud the things which make for i the enrichment of life. He presented or. H. Norwood Bowne of this City who spoke of the comradeship which he Felt with tile the Highway funds. Or. Rawley submitting Ilia 14th report As Secre tary treasurer pointed out that 33 members in North Carolina had attained membership in tile Colden anniversary club for having secured five or More members travelling Man that years a travelling Man. Highest terms it Man a who has religion in a i self and to a Iwho realize which he o. K. Wilson of this City first j vice president of the state division also spoke briefly Laud i or. Hughes and or Bowne and on his motion the assemblage voted to Send greetings and tues a sages to p. Of Penn of High Point who is confined by illness. Last night the management of j the Sheraton hotel entertained the state officers at a dinner at 7 of clock o. A Wilson acted As j master of ceremonies and it ailed Ion several of those in attendance Moi Short talks. It was also Tern ailed that is years ago May j 15122�? Post i of High Point had Good record a Charles Ray spoon. 17, son of or. And mrs. S. P. S a it on of the Prospect Road was graduated this week from Trinity High school with a perfect attendance record for la years he neither missed a single Day nor was tardy a single time. For safety for Economy for promptness the expenditures made by class i railways in 1938 for maintenance of their Roadway and structures amounted to $420,147,125 a a nothing but service to sell High Point Thomasville and Denton Railroad phone 4511 i entertained the state convention with headquarter Iii the Sheraton. The group gave a vote of i thanks to a to. Malone manager of he hotel for the entertain a menu following the dinner a get together session was held in the lobby and refreshments were served during the evening. Another business session was i held this afternoon by the Organ a Ballon and the annual banquet i will be held at the Sheraton us j ii Iglus at 7 o clock with a a in. Wishart president of Post d. As toastmaster and the principal address by Hon. Wade h. Sanders of Gastonia. The annual Bali will follow. During the morning the wives i of the members were taken on a tour of tile Tomlinson of High Point Plant and were entertained at a luncheon at the Princess cafe. There will he a Century club11 breakfast saturday morning at 8 i of clock and the final business session which will include a memorial service will Convene at 9 30 a. In. Local Jaycees to sponsor a mile of Silver Campaign will use funds to Send underprivileged boys to Camp tile Junior chamber of Commerce held its weekly meeting last male Al tile Sheraton hotel with approximately 50 member present. The meeting opened with Allen Parker giving a report on the club holding dinner mailing it was decided to hold one dinner meet a month the first to lie the second meeting in june. E j. Jarvis gave a report on the Carolina motorcade and urged All to Send in their applications by May 22. Fleming Straughn vice president gave a report of the state business meeting held in Raleigh last sunday the minutes were approved by the organization. The group decided to put on a a mile of Silver Campaign in june to Send underprivileged boys to Camp. Joe Crowder c. Ii Pence was qualified today As executrix John Hendrix Paul Owen and Joe of the estate of the late a. E. Tate of High Point w to died March 21. 1940. Heirs to the estate valued at $7,500 in real. And $2,029.51 in personal property were mrs a late and three daughters. Mrs May Alice cot Tam. Is. Bessie Vernon Smith and mrs Isabel Tam pm j state charter _ i local chapter. Mrs. Tate executrix of husband s estate Especial to the Enterprise Greensboro May it mrs. Bessie Vernon Tate the widow. A Hollingsworth were appointed on the committee to work out the plans. Also appointed on a committee for the Ait show it be Beld sometime Iii Angust were Cha Flea Hay Wert h Kenner Amus and Roy Sullivan it was decided 1 it it apply for a incorporating the rooms requested for legion meeting local Driver wins award in contest in anticipation of the Large numbers of persons who will in Here to attend the state convention of the american Region Juno ii., 21, 25, i lie committee in charge of housing tile legionnaires is asking that All those who might Lune rooms available for use by delegates to tin convention to Telephone 2 in. Or flip fill out and mail the following Blank to tile Region convention office in care of Hie county building. Name. Address. Number of persons. Telephone number. Furniture association meets Here May 28,29 manufacturers dealers salesmen from Virginias and Carolinas to attend the Southern retail furniture association will hold a two Day meeting Here May 28 and 29, at which furniture manufacturers wholesale salesmen and dealers of Virginia and the two Carolinas will attend. Registration for the meeting will he tuesday morning at the Sheraton hotel. At to of clock the convention will be called to order by a h. Holton chairman of the Host committee. The invocation will be pronounced by or. Pm Bree h. Blackard and mayor o. Arthur Kirkman will make the address of Welcome. J. Hudson Huffard. Bluefield. Virginia president of the Southern retail furniture association will make the response. Lawrence Whiting president of the american furniture Market at Chicago will speak on a Why it pays the average retailer to visit the a talk on a Model t Ford in fast company will he made by William j. Cheyney vice president of the National retail furniture association new York. Or. Shaughnessy manager of the furniture depart nept of r. H. Macy amp co. New York will make a Brief address. Manufacturers til est at the luncheon meeting to which the furniture manufacturers have been invited As guests of the salesmen and retailers or. David r. Craig president of the american retail federation Washington. A �?T., will speak. Sam Nickey Nickey Brothers Memphis. Term., will speak on the topic a the Romance in furniture the annual banquet will he held tuesday evening at 7 of clock in the ballroom of the hotel and the toastmaster will he j. Hudson Huffard president of the Southern retail furniture association. Billy Beard the guest speaker will talk on a nothing new under the the meeting wednesday morning will open with a business session to be followed by a business discussion on the topic a How can dealer and manufacturer spend their adverting Dollar to better advantage a the convention will be brought to a close with the hearing of reports and recommendations election of officers and the selection of the location for the 19 41 convention. The ladies of the association members will he guests of the association on tuesday. Codification of City ordinances is spa project now employs ten persons and is located in Post office building the codification of City ordinances project is sponsored by the North Carolina league of municipalities and is one of the projects to he featured Here during Community week. May 20-25. The purpose of this project is to Index and codify City ordinances some of these ordinances Are obsolete some have not been put into effect and through this indexing Proe endure each City wanting this work done will have a Complete set of its ordinances compiled in Book form. At present the unit in High Point has codified the City ordinances of the following towns High Point Gastonia Lexington Edenton Roxboro Fayetteville Durham Scotland neck Ahoskie. Raleigh Goldsboro Greensboro Roanoke rapids. Kinston South port. Kern Carville. Several ordinances were written j for different towns not listed1 above. This Poteet started on january. 1 6, 1939, and now employs to j people the project is operating in the Post office Here. Or. Royall to speak in City r. P. Taylor takes place in Winston event r. P. Taylor of High Point pick up and deliveries Driver for Lewis and Holmes motor freight lines Herr. Won second place in the straight truck event of the first state truck Drivers Quot Rodeo held in Winston Salem yesterday afternoon As the closing feature of the Lith annual North Carolina safety conference. Ned Broome of Charlotte employee of Horton motor lines won first award in that event Aud s. T. Jones also of that firm in Charlotte won first place in the semitrailer Type of truck event. The winners of first places each received a Gold medal and a trip with expenses paid to Lite National contest at los Angeles in november. Second place winners were awarded Gold watches. Or. Taylor made a score it 68.20, considered unusually Good. The contestants were treated on actual driving knowledge of the interstate Commerce commission regulations state traffic regulations service Courtesy response to traffic signals ets. Deny restraint Winston Salem May 17.�? up a a request by International agricultural corporation and Swift and company for an order restraining anyone from examining their records now in the hands of a Federal court jury Here was denied by u. S. District judge Johnson j. Hayes yesterday. De Scheidt talks to kiwanis club Fri agent tells of qualities needed for this work in Scheidt of flu Charlotte Federal Bureau of investigation add1 <1 it i tit High Quot i club at its luncheon meeting t Day at the Elwood hotel. Or. Scheidt emphasized tilt qualities which a member of the Fri must have. The first he said is intelligence and a member of the Fhi must have sound training in such subjects As Law and and counting. He must also possess thi Quality of thoroughness and must be Abb to follow through on Small details. A third Quality he cited was imagination and the fourth was Hon esty. Or. Scheidt also com Monte briefly on i in so it a i b d "ti1 ii it Oil limn activity in the United state tile program today it it charge of the publicity committed of which a e. Holt is chair Nai visitors today were o a. Kir Man and Haj Price of High Point and or. H. P. Powell and j. Sandridge of Charlotte. Training announced Raleigh. May 17 a a it adjutant general j wot b mod announced today that North cart Lina National guardsmen Louii be Given three weeks of. Fie training this summer instead the usual two weeks or less. I extended training is another St in the nationwide preparedness program. Or. V. M. Roya i or. V. M. Royall native of ii North Carolina graduate of Wake i Forest College and Southern Baptist theological Seminary and a missionary in Many lands for 45 j years will deliver two addresses in High Point sunday. He will speak at la o clock at the North main Street Baptist Church ii out Lins of v f n i to it Riff at the gospel Tabernacle. Or. Royall who is a fellow of the Royal geographic society of London has preached the gospel in America. Europe. A to and Africa on some islands and a spoken to thousands of persons in Ireland. London. Berlin. Egypt. Mesopotamia and China he will Tell of the Garden of Eden l r of the Chaldee Babylon Nineva Bethlehem Jerusalem Etc. At the evening service he will Tell of his journey to it. Sinai Over the desert and top tra. The Rose red City half As old As time. And Pisgah Nebo where Moses died. The Public is invited to these services. Ask about our new 46 months loan if you want to e-r00f this i the Ideal loan for re roofing and Small re it air. Of is parable in monthly instalments of 92.50 or stun of loan plus one twelfth of your taxes and fire in Ranee Premium. Full particular gladly Given if you Call at our office. Korkow Ink Al Moxey make payments locale i perpetual building amp loan association or. I. A. Stallion pres. Did North lain Street r. K. Johnson set a a phone 2410 peach less damaged i Atlanta. May 17.�? up a heavily damaged by unseasonal april freezes. Georgia a peach crop May fall one third Hort of last years yield of 3.800.ooo bushels. Jim window cleaners specialize in cleaning new and remodelling jobs Piedmont window cleaners phone 20241 state deaths Pete Hashley Wright special to the Enterprise Asheboro. May 17.�?peter Ashley Wright 70. Died at a local Hospital Here tilts morning Atter several weeks illness. He to survived by the widow the former miss Helen a mail the funeral service will be held sunday afternoon at 2 30 at the pleasant Hill primitive Baptist Church. Interment will follow in a local cemetery. Electric motors repaired motors bought sold and exchanged All sizes. Piedmont electric repair co., inc. I South Man St. Phone 322 a no Chance for argument a jul a to a lady told her grocer Man that she did no to want Liaise crackers As she was afraid the mice had run Over them. A Mimi guarantee the mice Haven run Over he replied a for the store cat steeps in Hie barrel. We re letting the cat out of the barrel at tile Low prices we Are quoting on these cars. Hibb lieu ill master de luxe 2-door Al Kip i Salmi. 1939 Chevrolet master lha luxe 4-puss. Coupe radio. Heater new tilts perfect Condit Ion $565.00 Irby ply Mouth la l use a door Sedan radio Heater a-1 condition. $395.00 Irby Chevrolet de luxe i door Sedan a j serf eel to i Chi Lainily ear Tatj i continued next Friday furniture City motors de Soto Plymouth 71 2 North main phone 321hi . Ibi Tunai in see the 39 Desoto features you i missing in your 1936-�?T37-�?T38 car Here Are a few of the 39 new features de Soto has that you Are missing in your 2-3 or 4-year-old car a new headlight that give 50% to 65 c better Road Light a seats that Are up to 8 wider than you have now a in most cases from 5 to 15 More horsepower than you be been enjoying. A a wheelbase frequently 5 to to longer than yours. A a 10-bag Luggage locker that s lighted inside. A advanced styling a new Handy shift steering Post gear shift a a new floating ride a and Many other examples of Brilliant Chrysler corporation engineering see us today. Drive the one 1940 car that has All 39 new features your 1936, 37 or i �?T38 car lacks and see How much Comfort and Conven licence you Are missing. A it member this great Desoto is built by Chrysler corporation. That Means Fine engineering highest car Quality prices 20 to 48 lower than last year de Soto a new lower pric it plus our High Trade in allowances make it easy for Yoi to own this big Fine car. You wont find a better Dei anywhere. See us today furniture City motors i 792 North main Street phone i

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