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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 21, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Past five years school Library facilities have phenomenal growth old beauties chopped Down this 400-Vearold tree age estimated by tree surgeon has survived the ravages of the elements for four centuries but it take the a tools of Progress of As last week workmen with Power saws quickly brought it to the ground. The giant Oak was one of five All estimated to be More than 200 years old which were cleared from a vacant lot in the 500 Block of Hamilton Street to make Way for a new building. Staff photo by Mark Austin Wrenn s ramblings by Ray Hubbard Enterprise staff writer despite the agonizing disruptions i n educational patterns As Many old paths were slowed anew and traditions were uprooted to make Way for a unitary school system for All children in High Point in the past five years almost phenomenal Progress has been made in some areas. It May be that much of the Progress was made because of rather than in spite of some of the disruption. One area in which great strides have been made is in the acquisition and circulation of books and films and other materials designed to help the student to learn More efficiently. Bernie m. Sheffield director of libraries for City schools outlined just How phenomenal Progress has been when he reported to the High Point Board of education last week on the status of libraries. Sheffield said that during the past five years the number Archdale Council May look at water again by Don Wrenn into Prim staff writer Archdale the Archdale City Council has two meetings set this week including its regular session on tuesday night at 7 . The reason for the two meetings is the Council has six scheduled four tuesday night and two wednesday night at 7 30 . Tuesday s session usually scheduled to get under Way at 7-30 . Will Start one half hour earlier due to the Public hearings. The Public hearings will begin at 7 30, however. The Public hearings Are required by Law before the coun cil can re adopt its zoning ordinance and map. Both with amendments its subdivision ordinance without change its planning Board ordinance with deletion and its extraterritorial zoning ordinance with a revised Boundry. This became necessary due to action of the last general Assembly. Possibly the most lengthy part of the meeting will involve the extra territorial zoning ordinance which t h t Council is not now sure is a Good thing for the City. The planning Board without paid help is finding it extremely difficult to handle the Many problems arising from within the City and also those coming up in the one mile radius which the City is at presently zoning. At least one councilman has raised the question of whether the City should zone Trinity which decided not to incorporate when Archdale voters decided to do so three years ago. Councilman Robert Cooper said several City residents had asked him if it was fair to help Trinity solve its zoning a mess a when residents of that area decided not to do anything to help themselves. Planning Board chairman Tom English has also indicated he possibly favors zoning Only those areas within the one mile radius which might be needed for further growth and Industrial development. favors dropping those areas in the one mile radius which Are so packed with trailers that they simply cannot be regulated. These Are Small areas but the movement in and out of the trailers make it impossible to effectively regulate any zoning ordinance. The Council will have its hands full tuesday night. Wednesday night the Council will have a Public hearing on the rezoning of land owned by Wade Cumby on Erindale Road beside of the North state Telephone co. Office from r-10 to we also the Council will be asked to rezone mrs. John Spencer a property on the Northwest Corner of the Mendenhall Road and state Highway 62. The planning Board has already approved both zoning changes. The Council also lists on its tuesday Agenda a discussion of the proposal made by the sate Clearing House on a possible water sewer agreement with the City and High Point. However it is unlikely the High Point City Council will act on the matter before tuesdays meeting and the Archdale Council May have nothing to talk about tuesday. Alice Cooper Lawrence Welk Gap last week my 13 year a old son thought we were about the meanest parents on Earth because we let him go to hear the great Alice Cooper. To the uninitiated Alice is not a girl i done to think but is a very weird Leader of a Rock group. Fun to him is to throw up balloons full of Worms Over the audience and then pop the balloons so the Worms fall All Over the audience. wears a live Boa Constrictor Snake around his neck. throws Beer on his adoring front Row patrons. does a song about How parents neglect their children All the while dismembering a doll onstage and throwing the arms. Legs and various parts out in the audience. Some times he adds blood capsules which burst Over the a a body a parts. At the risk of seeming eccentric i will admit that i done to understand Alice Cooper and. Hopefully he would t understand me. I done to think i can safely say in print that i think both he and his show a Esick without setting myself up for a libel suit so i won t say it. Also to any of the younger people who want to write in and Call me some names like a the warped spokesman for the Over-30 group Quot As one described me when i wrote once about teen age style Sid like to say this in my defense. My husband has tickets to a show at the coliseum week after next and the Star is about As far away from Alice Cooper As you can get but i have no desire to go there either. a going to the show in the capacity As reviewer and nobody in the family will go with him. The 13 year a old would t be caught there and he probably does no to care to have his friends know his father is going. My other son says he would rather watch to reruns than that. And in a not going because in a not ready yet to float in among the Champagne bubbles and enjoy the a oldies but goodies Quot. Yes the Lawrence Welk show is coming to Greensboro and will perform on the same stage As did dear old Alice. But there the similarity ends. That May be just what we need to close the generation Gap though. A combination show of Alice Cooper and Lawrence Welk. I mean can you picture Lawrence with a Snake around his neck. Or better still could you picture Alice coming out in his Green shirt with a malice Quot in sequins false eyelashes and tons of makeup waving his Baton at the band and smilingly saying a with a one and a to o. O and a the e e around t o w n % by Faye Marks i Richard Peterson is the new Randolph county Extension agent to work with the county a 4-h program. Peterson has already started his duties at the agricultural office in Asheboro. Peterson is married and the father of two daughters. plans to bring his family Here from Jackson mich., As soon As housing can be found. After graduation from the University of Minnesota he worked with 4-h clubs in that state and then moved Over to Michigan where he continued his work with the youngsters. The new agent has recently completed work on his masters degree in Extension education at Michigan state University. Peterson this summer will have an assistant for his 4-h work in Randolph county. The state Extension service has provided funds to hire Mike Davis of Greensboro As a summer trainee. Davis who is a student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has worked in Guilford county with the 4-h program. Of volumes in the school libraries have been increased by 36 per cent. This Means that there Are about 25 volumes per student in most schools libraries. Only three schools a Shady Rook t. Wingate Andrews and Griffin Junior High a have fewer than the to per student required by the Southern Assn. Of Southern schools and colleges the accreditation Agency. Shady Rook and Andrews do no have the required to volumes per student simply because the schools have existed Only a Short while and it takes time to build up a Library. Griffin a problem is the same one that plagues All Junior High schools. Books Are stolen or deliberately destroyed by students. Sheffield said that last year alone 326 books were lost at Griffin and 450 at Northeast Junior High. A a it a a game with Junior High students a a he said. A sometimes they take them no farther than the first trash can. They just want to see if they can get away with it. Despite these losses these three schools soon will be above the required number of volumes he said. Probably More significant than the increase in the number of books available for study is the acquisition and circulation of other learning aids. The Over All increase in materials has been 57 per cent he said. The number of film strips has been increased by 92 per cent and the use of this material has been increased by 965 per cent in the past five years. Reason for this tremendous increase in use has been a daily delivery service initiated to get teacher aids to the teacher and a series of workshops at which teachers were encouraged to make use of the tools available and told what is available. But there was one discouraging chord sounded by Sheffield. There is no indication that students Are Reading More books than before. Elementary students make the greatest use of libraries he said while the world of books is still exciting to them. But As students reach the Junior and senior High level the Competition for their time cuts into their Reading. A there is just too Many other things to do. They tend to read just what they have to read Quot Sheffield said. Six receive suspended sentences Ruby Meyers Berrier 39, of Salem Street was Given two six month suspended sentences Friday after trial in District court. Convicted on a charge of larceny she was taxed costs and she also was fined $50 and costs on a charge of wrongful concealment. Charles Albert Lemons of n. Main Street got a six month suspended sentence and was fined $200 and costs for Drunken driving. In other Drunken driving cases George l. Gurley 64, of Model farm Road got a 90 Day suspended sentence and was fined $25 and costs. Alton Shepherd. 53, of n. Hamilton Street got a 60-Day suspended sentence and was fined $100 and costs. Garrett Codel car 25. Of w. Willis Avenue was Given a 60 Day suspended sentence and ordered to pay $70 compensation to the City on a charge of turning in a false fire alarm. Edward Haywood 32,of s. Elm Street got a 30 Day suspended sentence and was fined $5 and costs for assault by pointing a gun. A charge of leaving the scene of an Accident against Rayford Allen Means 21, of Winston Salem was dismissed.247 graduate at High Point College next sunday a total of 247 seniors at High Point College will receive degrees during commencement ceremonies at 3 p in. Sunday May 28, in alumni gymnasium on the College Campus. The Public May attend both the commencement and the baccalaureate address. The baccalaureate service will be presented at la a. In. Sunday at Wesley memorial United methodist Church. The Rev. Bernard Ray Fitzgerald pastor at Wesley memorial United methodist Church will deliver the Sermon. Two members of the senior class Larry Breedon o f Arlington a. And John Young of Rocky mount both of whom have been Active in student government work at High Point College will deliver the addresses at the 3 p. In. Commencement exercises. Music for the afternoon ceremonies will be provided by the Madriga lians a vocal group under the direction of William Highbaugh. Assistant professor of music at the College. Lac candidates for Are David Harold Anderson of 310 n. Wain St., a in watery Judith a Rand Batea of Ito rotary dr., Abt or a Mentery a oration or Georgiana amp a a Batton of Maalii St., a in social studio John Henry Bolas la for of or. And mra John h Bola of Imi Mcguinn dr., is in business Harold Raymond Briggsjr of Roo i is in business administration a gory w Burton Eon of mra. R. Burton of Ito Eugene is in met Anna Jessup Callaway of Hawthorne Lane Abt in tame iter education Thomas Allison Carter Eon of or. And mrs. W j Carter of 3�?T4 e Farris . Is in Bunn administration Charyl rat Combs of in Mccain Road. A in Art mra. Angela Young Dalton of 405 b Kennedy a in music Charles William Dalton of pm last Chaster dr., a in history i a am Juste dour of of 033-c r it Pardeon St., a in psychology Clifton Martin Eleele Iii of Jio picked St is in human relations Carolyn Jane Evans de Gunter of or and mrs e l Evans of to Chati St. Abt elementary education Deborah Wilder Freeman daughter of mrs o. W. Freemen of to Louse av., is in business administration Nancy Helen forager of to Mont lieu a in English a Wiley Garrett or. It 21m-a n Centennial a in religion Cynthia Foster goo game of 217 Lindsay St. A in social studies Charles Anthony Golt of t 03 Gayer St., is in math Sharon Gail Groce daughter of or. End mrs s m. Groce of 321 Quaker Lane. Abt in elementary education James Renata Harrington of 2004 b n. Centennial St., a economics a mrs. My re Culler Hoed of 12 Englewood drab in history thorns Clyde Heaton son of or and mrs t. C. Heaton of 114 Avon Dale dr., is in business administration Conley Allan Hilliard of Tot i Northgate act. A in sociology. Justin John Howard of la Hillcrest place. A in history. Roger Dele Jacison son of or. And mrs r l Jackson of Kim Baker Road born business administration Julia Drake Jones of 49t w. Parkway a in English a pc Heel Moore Jones of Ign n. Vain St Abt in physical education mrs Anne Taylor Kennedy of 2300 Dallas ., a in elementary education mrs. Dolores Buchanon Kennedy of 111 rolling re. A in English Charles Gray key of Soo Lindsay St., is in business administration John William Kirkman or. Son of or. And mrs j w Kirkman of 720 Woodrow. A in history and political science a mrs Lydia Penry Lyon of Imo Cedro ., a in h s Ory Josepn Edom Mcadams son of or. Ana mrs. E a Mcadams of too Bragg it. Abt in physical education mrs Elizabeth Walton Mcconkay daughter of mrs j. R. Walton sr., Abt in business education Patricia Gail Mcdowell Daugher of or and mrs. To Mcdowell of Sot w. Ward . Abt m elementary education Robert Chrisley Mckinney of Oakwood court Apt 12 Bab in religion a David Leonard Maxwell son of or. And mrs d l a Well of 12to n Mam sat in Buskens education Beverly Carol Moon daughter of or and mrs. F g Moon of j215 Carter St. Abt in elementary education William Clary Moor Sor. Of mrs. M g Moor of Haj Forrest Hill dr., a in or and poli ical science Pamela Sech est Myrick daughter of mrs p s Mic of Soi Worth St Abt elementary education a Patsy Chloe Newman daughter of mrs. W. W. Newman of 1420 Cook St., Abt in elementary education Terrance Edward Oldaker of Hio Guyer St. A in history and political science Darrell Lynn parser son of or. And mrs l a. A Ark a of 200 w rotary or. Is in business administration Robert Kay Neth Spivey of 2401 Waverly it. A in religion a John Larry Smith of itt Woodrow is in chemistry Kathie a Stillman Smith of 01 elder rd., born human relations Michael Paul Smith son of or and mrs m. P Smith of Suo Lindsay Sta in history and of literal scene mrs. Susan Mcgeogh Sumpter of 24-c Oakwood ct., Abt in elementary education mrs a Herin Brown Thor Roll of Imi Guyer St is in bus Ness administration a John Milton Tho Roll or. Of s2s Guilford a in social stud is Dorothy Gail Webb daughter of or. And mrs w o Webb of 305 Pine Ridge Grabt in elementary education. Other North Carolina candidates Ara Charles Francis Allan of Greensboro a in social studies John Stanley Alfred of Monroe a in history mrs. Alem Hinkle Ammons of Welcome Abt in elementary education Linda Christine Armstrong of Hickory Abt in business education Rosemary Armstrong of Asheville a in sociology. Ronald Gena Barbour of Newport is in human re St ions a Mary sue Baynes of Greensboro a in elementary education Philip Gregory bean of Thomasville. Is n biology Alton Ray Beard of Winston Salem. A in history Charles Leon Beeson of kor Corsville a in history Marsha Atwood Black of Thomasville. Abt in elementary education Sharon Lee Blackburn of Jonesville is in business admin stration a Philip Dale Bonk my a of Asheboro. A in history and political science mrs. Bonnie Schrader Bret Mann of Winston Salem Abt in Day steal education. Robert Harding Brown of Winston Salem a in history Helen Howard Browning of Chorion a in history Stephen Stuart Browning of Winston Salem a in history and political science Varecia Diane Carden of Durham a in to tit notary education a Catharine Chandler of Greensboro. Abt in business education Deborah Lavon Chappe of Chari Tabt in elementary education Carol Fay Charles of Winston Selem. Abt in physical educator Robert Eugene Cheries of Winston Salem a history political science Cheries Webb Clinard jr., of Thomasville. A history political science Charles Grimes Coble jr., of Jamestown a in history a Suzanne Siceloff Colt rare of Lexington Abt in elementary education Jane Burgess Cranford of Ramseur. A psychology Terry Lavern Dalrympie of Charlotte a psychology Gary Dean Dev s of Sophia is in business administration Mary Lou Dickens of Stantonsburg Abt elementary education James Claud Dimmett or. Of Kernersville. Is in biology a Martha Melinda Dockery of Winston Salem a psychology Michael Olan Dorset of Asheboro. A in English Douglas Drake of Winston Salem is in business admin sir on mrs Sharon every it of Kernersville a in English Shirley Brown Everhart of Kernersville. Abt in elementary education Manor Ann Flinchum of w Aston Salem Abt in elementary Adu cation Randall Ray Frisbee of Thomasville a in Alaman tary educative a Randall Duncan Gorda of Lexington Abt elementary education James Frank Gestes of Jamestown is in business administration stove Lavon Gregory of Morganton a history Fred William Grice of Stanley. Abt in physical education James Nantz Hasty of Asheboro a in history Frances Grubb Haynes of Welcome Abt in elementary education a Charles Reid Hedrick of Weston Salem Abt in elementary education Sarah Alice Hodgin of Asheboro Abt in elementary education Curtis Michael Hogan of Biscoe Abt in physical education Rita Bowden Johnson of Asheboro. Is in human relations Marjorie Katherine Jonas of Morganton a in history mrs. Julia Alice Bowers Kennedy of Thomasville Abt in elementary education a Benjamin Dale Killian of Trinity a religion mrs. Karen Hamilton Knight of Concord Abt in elementary education William Edward Kearns of Badin is in business administration bad n. Charles Gray key of Ronda is in business administration Jane Elizabeth Knight of nor habs in physical education a Calvin William Koontz of Greensboro. Is in math Donny Carr Lambeth of Morganton is in business administration Kameon Gayle of Thomasville a in Daniel Wheeler Maddox Iii of Thomasville a in history Garson Yale Moor or. Of Greensboro is in business administration Gary Bradford Moor of Greensboro. Is in business administrations a James Edward Morgan of Greensboro a in history Paula Marie Morgan of Greensboro Abt in elementary aviation mrs Smiley Spry Morris of Winston Salem Abt elementary education mrs. Shirley Spry Metsinger of Kernersville Abt in physical education a Charles Ritchie Nance of Randleman is in busness administration Michael Eugene Nifong of Winston Salem is in business administration William Paul Pappas or. Of Greensboro is in business de ministration Bonne Stephen Parker of Kernersville a in elementary education a Judith Laverne Meleny Panry of Thomasville. Abt in Alaman tary education Barbara Lea Phillips of lox in ton Abt in Alaman tary education mrs. Claudia Jordan Philpott of Lexington Abt elementary education Charles David Pool of of. Airy is m business administration Ronald Mims a Charles Paul Randolph of Kern Tasvill a in elementary education. Dawn of Reynolds of Durham Abt Pittman of croon Sboro is in human relations a Charles Reynolds of Durham Abt in Art education mrs. Jean Wabe Rich of Asheboro Abt in diem nary education Marilyn key Richard of Winston Salem Abt n elementary education Baron Timothy Russell of Thomasville is in business administration a Virginia Arn Scoggs of Charlotte Abt in elementary education Earl Paul Sanger of Thomasville is in bus Ness administration Mildred weeks Shannonhouse of Winston Salem Abt in elementary education Richard Donald Sherwood of Greensboro a in history Valeria Ann Shumake of Stokesdale Abt in elementary education mrs. Judy Lynn Simmons of Pilot Mountain a in Alaman tary education a Anna Elizabeth Slaughter of Greensboro Abt in physical education Kathy Dawn Smith of Colfax a in English Lindley Warren Smith of Greensboro. Is in human relations John Starling la of Greensboro. A in psychology mrs Carolyn sink Stiller of Thomasville Abt in elementary education a Cecelia Ann Stephenson of Ariando. Abt in elementary education Jamas Ralph Taylor of Gastonia. Abt in physical education Bruce Allen Walker of Morganton is in biology Candace Ann Weiser of , Abt in elementary education mrs. Jean Holcomb Warren of Kernersville a in elementary education a Thomas Charlet warts of Thomat Vitlo. Abt in physical education Austin pa�?T1 s West of Greensboro is in business administration Dianna Louisa Whitt of Greensboro. Abt in physical education. David Ray Williams of Winston Selom is in biology a Martha Smith Williams of Greensboro a in English Teddy Wayne w Wiliams of Burlington is in human relations Wendy Susan Williams of Greensboro a in sociology mrs. Susan Brown Wilson of Charlotte. Is in math and John Austin Young of Rocky mf., is in human relations. Out of raft candidates Are Jerl Almond Adair a in sociology. Portsmouth a Hugh Geiger Alger a in history and political science Eustis. Fie. Linda Gail Bendy. Is in bus nest administration. Annandale a Dave Herndon Baird jr., a in English Hamburg n. a Barbara Louisa Ballenger a in English Ashland a. Thomas Irvin Barrows. A in h Story and political science. Bettsville. My Mannain John Back. A in history. Whip Seny n. J. Nancy Jena Bodle a in sociology Destin Fie. Pamela Leore Bosworth Abt in alimentary education Asbury pm. Meredith Grayson Brett a in Art Olney. My a Lawrence Alan Breaden a history and political science Arlington a Lee Columbus Brown Iii is in human relations Ridgewood. N. J. Alan Michael Butler a in history Wheaton my. A Nathan Eugene Eagle jr., a in history and political soil net Wilmington Del William Jerome Carlin his in human relations Ledgewood n. J. David Circhio is in business administration Wilmington Del. William la or Al a in English Pensacola Fie. John Joseph Curling Abt in physical education Kane Aston my James Marvin Currie is in business administration Mclean a. A Thomas Francis Davis jr., Abt in physical education Olney my. Lash Ann Dickerson a in social studies Wilmington Dot David Edward o thorough is in human relations Wilmington Dol Martha Scott Donington Abt in Al montary education Chatham n j. William Joseph Douros a in psychology. Hollywood Fie. A Nancy la Dyer is in human relations Orinda Calif. Barbara Jean Earle a in sociology Bethesda my. David be Iee cd i in a in human relations Flemington n. Y Clifton Martin Visele Iii is in human relations Cheverly my. Leonard Carlton Fitzgerald a in psychology. Silver Spring my Nancy Helen fortified a in English Springfield. A. William Gordon Frazier a in history and political science Martinsville a. A Kenneth Scott Furman is in business administration. Rockville my. Barbara Jean Theon is in Butine administration Leesburg a. Cherie Anthony Golff. Is in math Mclean a. Ii abort Wayne go Leland is in Buti nest administration. Arlington a. Mary Jena Goodwin Abt in physical education Landover Hils my a Susan Phyllis Greenhaugh Abt in elementary education Harrington dal mrs. Linda Doss Grice. Abt in physical education Stuart. A. Edward Fredrick Grune jr., is in biology. Takao Fkd Karen Jean Heiberg. Abt in physical education Claymont Dol. A Delia Janet Hampton is in biology. Savannah a i William Swain Hart is in business administration Townsend Del Susan Katherine Hastings. Abt in physical education. Bethel Del. Jan Lucent Henry a in Art education Gian Rock to. J. Robort Hickey Abt in physical education Arlington. A Charlotte Ann Hicks Abt in physical education Alexandria a. A or. Doris Price Hill Abt in elementary education. Salem a James Vincent Hughes a in etymology Vineland. N. J. Frank Bert Kaufman jr., is in biology. Woodbury Heights n. J Loretta Jean Janzan Abt in elementary education Hillsboro Kan. Joyce Ann Jowdy a in Spanish Danbury Conn. A station Roll Kadie a history and political science Poolesville. My Michael Stephen Koch Abt in physical education. Cheshire Conn Pamela Louisa Safarty is in physical education. Woodbury Heights n. J Horace Greeley Leng Iii Abt in physical education. Yardley a Robert Starling Lantz is in chemistry National Park. N. J. Mary Jane Libby Abt in elementary education Burtons Villa my a Carol Riggs Logon a in sociology. Lloyd or. Is in biology. Arlington a. Sandy Springs my. Harvey Clifford George Thomas Mccollay Abt in physical education Wilmington Del. Earl Middleton Mackintosh Iii is in business administration Seaford Dai a Richard Oscar Monaco is in business administration. Bethesda my. Ann Navarro is in biology Silver Spring my Wendy Ruth Nett Abt in elementary education of. Holly Spring a Erie James Noren Abt in physical education Falls Church a Jerry Thomas Oneil. Is in business administration Silver Spring my. A Janet Marie Overgaard Abt in elementary education Springfield. A. Jamas Gardner Pierce. A in history and political science Rockhill s c. John t. Pizzadili Abt in elementary education Felton Del. A Catherine Plunkett Abt in physical education. Jackson n. H., Nancy Elizabeth Powell. A in history. Silver Spring my. Terry Coleman raw Lay a in history and political science Crisfield my. Richard Lionel Reith or. Is in business administration Malvern a. Susan Anna Robinson. Is in biology Wilmington dbl. Suzanne Arnold Schoenhut Abt in Busine s education Seaside Park n. J. Sandra Lea Schroeder Abt in elementary education Westfield n. J. Mary Arn Shaw. Is in math Westfield n j. Linda Clair ship a in English Potomac my a Joyce Emily Smith Abt in Al montary education Trenton n. J Lindsay Blaine Smith Abt in Alaman tary education. Baltimore. To Mary re Smithson Abt in Alaman tary education. Annapolis my David Harvey Springer a in religion. New Canaan Conn. Judith Ann steer Art in elementary education Alta v Sleva. A Robert David Sternberg is in biology Seabrook my. Linda Susan Temple. Abt in elementary education Arlington a Winfield Oliver stench comb or. Is in business administration Mcdaniel my. A Travis Oliver Tabor in is in biology Vienna a. Sheryl Scott Thompson Abt in olo montary education Annapolis my. Douglas Irving Tracey is in biology Arlington a. Mrs. Alice child Trotter is in human relations Columbus a Hartwell Thomas Trotter jr., is in human relations Columbus a a Joan Vanderwerker is in biology. Penatly n. J. Charles Rogart Vogel is in business Admi nitration who open n y. Jean mane Wank Abt in elementary education. Alexandria. A Phyllis Louisa Weyraugh is in business administration Alex a and Suzanne Margret Wilson Abt in physical education Pottstown High Point Enterprise established 1884 published every afternoon end sunday morning an Independent newspaper published by Thi High Point Enterprise. Inc 210 Church a nut High Point . 27261 member of the associated press rates by Mau Poablo in Advance i or. 6 to. 3 to. I to doily and sunday $31.20 $15.60 s7.80 s2.6g sunday Only $13.00 $6.50 $1.15 doily Only $23.40 $11.70 $5.85 $1.95 by Carrier i wkly $.60 monthly $2.60 or. $31.20 Moil subscription in . Sublet to 3% salts tax. The associated press is entitled Tath Usa for reproduction of All local nows printed in this newspaper of Wail is All a bows dispatches. Entered is second clots matter of the Post office High Point . Under act of March 3. 1879. Second clots postage paid of High Point . 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