High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 24 1940, Page 5

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 24, 1940, High Point, North Carolina It f Iii # no Industry Pui Kyj Mouth a aeolian a r Ogk of e Large number of High Point cases to be tried in court turn about Reid , Max a a will la Gill it Loic Crimin enumerator completed his que i lolling of a negro kilo xxii to. Rally As a a i >��11. The tidier a Kcal if or might i Oxx interrogate tin consult taker. To Coco i vim i an affirmative re Jilla Hill Quot look out a Mirll Anil in mar Quot Ahnxx Long Liao you Horn knowing to. Or. I by co to Akril. Iho census Man , Quot Alm nil so von years amt Quot doll Quot wrote ii Down. Quot Quot i Al xxx ays Horn a Pelty Good Foll Oxx. A Axon a i a a Tho soc. Mid locution to which hoax As Abir to xxx l Ite Down Ilion Quot Holl Quot got Xiv Oxx ii to brass lacks. Quot a Wright Ilion or. Joy co Quot to said. Quot How Boul lending to a dime Quot to got Tho dime. Two capital cases from this City on docket for Guilford Superior court which opens next week ctr kens of Mio May 24. A Large number of High Point cases ing prescriptions without License. Ire Calendared for trial in next i on april to. Prostitution in High Point on april pm. Mattie Morris and Lonnie la Swift charged Vith occupying room for immoral purposes in High Point on april 2 4. J. B. Moranchi to East High Street charged Vith compound weeks regular term of Guilford Superior court criminal division. Judge Hubert Olive Lexington. Thomas Wilson charged with breaking and entering Lite Home of Silas Mcbee 1012 Holton residing. The court xviii Deal \ Street and stealing a pistol and first with defendants who Are in $ i. Rill to he presented to grand jail. Soweto or More of them. Two of the High Point cases jury. James Simpson coloured. 207 ii Tho Calendar Are based on Cap Phoenix Street charged with car Tai Hills Elwood Graves charged i pal knowledge of female under Vith the it rape of Elsie Mao Brad age on March i. Bill to be pre Haw is scheduled for trial on seated to the grand jury. Wednesday. And Rebecca Ball. Monte i Quot barged with the first degree Street and burglary of the Home to Corge Wilson facing rooms requested for legion meeting College launches final exercises recital is Given Iii anticipation of Tho lie Boro to attend tin stall hum 23. Psi. A. Tho committee in legionnaires is asking that All those available foe use by delegates in the lilt in or clip fill nut Ami mail Hie Large ii no her of person who will con vent inn of i lie american legion charge of housing the xxx to might Liao rooms convention to Telephone Foll Oxx lug Blank to the legion enliven Ion office in rare of the county building. Name address. A Timber of persons Beek 1015 Tate Marvin Bridgeman. Of mrs. Route 4, charged with april 30 trial on robbery of Blue Bird Castle 101 Huv Day another burglary Case East Green Street and larceny of that against Eddie Montgomery j merchandise Worth $35 same two barged xxx till Hie robbery of the charged with robbery of colonial porn it mrs w k Tilley is to diner 1327 South main Street on to before the grand jury Foi a october to 1930, and larceny of fill xxx till trial tentatively set for 135 a Ash and $5 in goods. Same ext Friday. High Point cases on two charged with robbery of Vav. Ext weeks Calendar As listed by a Sawyers stand. Bul East rus Oseph p Shore trial clerk Are j a a Ujj 8 Recti on october to. 1030. I of $30 in merchandise. Bills of indictment in All there cases will be presented to the grand jury. Marvin Bridgeman Odell Fowler route 4, and Otis York 410 Mattie Morris Winston Salem. I Walnut Street charged with May arged with immoral vagrancy in 7 robbery of Dixie drug store High Point on april 24 and larceny of $5 in Cash and $5 Lonnie h Swift Statesville j in merchandise. Samp three arged with aiding and abetting charged with May 6 robbery of Frese Nii d Ion Day my. J7 Mary Swift Lenoir n. F. Barged with immoral vagrancy High Point on april 24. Meats sliced Lar Nakfa m produce fresh Cut Small lean pork fancy Green old fashioned country Roll California Juicy butter j Lemons Pound .30c dozen 15c pm re a caught i. M. No. I Idle Nfn it to a Kors rotators Pound 5c to pounds .21c Carnation Pink Salmon v2c it Ila a him Sanborn dated a Coffee 21 18 Llo in Peanut utter Al Asle i in a i peas 2 17 Lunker puffed wheat 215�?~ Iak la bran-11 a Lour Ca la. Hag 63 Orn 12 Ink Elx finest Golden Bai Ilam v2 c a old medal ilk n Small or i tall 25 Hoo East Green St phone 7265 642 North main St phone 3168 1548 English St. Phone 3119 Cor Oak amp w Green phone 6453 for free delivery phone a National today Bacon cabbage Pound .15c Pound 2c chops cucumbers Pound .17c Pound 5c Sawyers stand Din East Russell i Street. Bills in both cases Are to i go to the grand jury Marvin Bridgeman and Otis York charged with May 4 Rob i Bery of Seward s Market. 207 eat Commerce Street and larceny of $15 Iii Money Bill to go to the grand jury. Ties Hay Mav pm Herbert Hayes coloured 314 Jack Kov charged with larceny j of parts of an automobile belonging to Vav. A Taylor Appeal from 60 Days sentence in High Point court. J Charles Cannon coloured 310 Bynum Street charged with Rob a Bery of the Home of Andrew car a ter 307 Walnut Street on May i 19 and larceny of Money and i goods in the stun of $10, Bill to j j be presented to grand jury. Lawrence Hiatt Wright Street i charged with larceny of motor i Cycle of s. T. Napier Bill to to presented to grand jury. Wednesday Evv 211 Elwood Graves 313 Walker Street charged with the rape of 1 me Mae Bradshaw on january 15. Doc Bass Burlington charged with reckless driving in High Point on apis 16, ii its by i \ \ in Rebecca Ball Loon Leonard Street charged with Hie burglary of the Home of mrs. George wit son. 407 Vav High Siree ton april 18. Willie f Jarrell 312 Walker Avreet charged with larceny of $5 from e. Vav. Spradley on january 19. Willie reek less 1939. Frid Vav Eddie annual poppy Day will be observed in City saturday arrangements completed for Sale Here under direction of mrs. C. A. York As chairman roads to roam Lour i ii for i Ravel fans j a Nett charged with driving on september 3. May Ai Mont Cornel a coloured 303 Taylor Street charged with Hie burglary of the Home of mrs. Vav. E Tilley. 624 Vav lilo Brook Street on May 6. Hill flu be pre 1 seated to grand jury j v. H. Bowers. Charged with i drunkenness and disorder on May 3, and appealing from months j sentence in High Point court i. L. Sally route one on the j 23rd Day of october. 1939, in securing the sum of $2 my from m. j Gilbreath 2u7 Vav a Street. Charged with reckless driving on december 18, 1938. Tribute will lie paid by millions of americans tomorrow to the nations world War dead. The Day will be poppy Day throng Hoot the country and Little red poppies j symbolic of patriotic sacrifice will he worn in thousands of cities and j towns. The american legion auxiliary has approximately 12,000.-000 ready for distribution according to mrs. C. A. York local poppy chairman. Arrangements for Hie Observance of poppy Flay Here have been completed by mrs Yorkus commit exhibition tee women of the auxiliary aided by volunteers from other organizations will be on the streets 1 Early tomorrow morning with baskets of the memorial Flowers. No Price will he asked for the poppies but in Exchange for them contributions will be received for the welfare and Relief work of the auxiliary among disabled veterans j and needy families of veterans. The poppies which will he dts tribute Here were made by disabled veterans at Biloxi and Gulfport miss. The making of these Flowers has Given employment during the Winter and Spring to Many veterans unable to do other work and has helped fill tedious hours of idleness for them. The poppies Are crepe paper replicas of the wild poppies of France xxx sch grew in such profusion on the world Var Battlefront. Contributions above the actual Cost of the poppies will go into the welfare funds of the local auxiliary limit to tie expended to meet local needs during the coming year. These contributions Are the principal source of support for the welfare work being carried out continuously by the Auxilia by. Quot when the people of High Point put on their poppies tomorrow they will lie both honouring the Ward amp and and Aid fug the by a ing sufferers from the conflict said mrs. York Headquarters have been set up in tile in Roll a theatre lauding. A growing children should con. Same it least one quart of milk daily adults at least a pint there a Only one Jan rate its Southern bread Tai it tips Fob tha Vee i v n s prepared by Irene Crews manager High Point Carolina motor club office. Hast week s column suggested a week end trip to Boone blowing Rock and the Blue Ridge Parkway and the writer Fcook a Quot postman a Holiday Quot and made the trip she had suggested. The results As to enjoyment were so pleasant in spite of car trouble necessitating a four hour wait tor repairs that she feels that details of the possibilities of a trip to this Section must he elaborated Oil Here. Hue to a late Start the party spent saturday night at Boone and started out for blowing Hock Early sunday morning. The famous a Rock Quot itself was the first Stop where or Collins and his staff who Are in charge of the of this wonder of a a ture which affords a 2,200 Square mile View were hospitality i fled Aud pointed out Many details which might he overlooked i by the average with the Blue Ridge Parkway Titi mind the party returned to i blowing Rock tile town. There i tie car trouble. The garage a a leaded for repairs was next door to an episcopal in brr ii the Church rustic and Beautiful in itself contained a famous in int Jing valued at $33,000, from la works of Daingerfield Aud known As Quot the Madonna of the i Art lovers would be thrilled enough by the Beauty of this masterpiece alone to make the trip to blowing Rock with tin anticipation. Sunday dinner at the Iloh Knob inn was Quot something to write Home about Quot Aud if the Many a it her inns hotels Manors Etc. Serve meals As delicious and we understand they do. It is no wonder that blow my Hock is one at the most popular resorts of the state. After such a meal a Tong hike is almost a necessity and the Beauty Aud quiet of the Many trails in this Section is ample recompense for tile slight Case of sore Muscles that unusual exercise sometimes causes. I undaunted by tile delay the party was still determined to see the Blue Ridge Parkway where i lie landscape was unbelievably Lovely with the Many Azalea col-1 ors and the Rhododendron just in Bud. Baug went the Blowout the Mountain people out for a sunday after noon walk in Over-1 alls collected around. Due Man remarked Quot High Point that s a right fur piece Ain t it Quot anyway we covered about two thirds of the Iso mile Parkway and it was even More Beautiful than i told us it would be and you never ran Tell How much fun you Don t miss because of having car Trou a die and unexpected delays. Music department presents annual program in Roberts Hall auditorium High Point College opened five Day program of commencement activities last night with the presentation in Roberts Hall of the annual re it ital by the College music department. Tile program under the direction of mrs. Janet Russell Owens head of the music department and miss Janet Hall vocal instructor opened with two groups of vocal numbers. Jack Kouts of High Point Bass Sang two with widely contrasting settings Mark Andrews arrangement of John Masefield s Well known poem Quot sea and Quot a Day on the Prairie Quot a David Gulon. Miss Zelma Parnell of Jamestown soil piano offered As her two vocal solos Quot a pastoral Quot 1 Carey and a French Folk song Quot Maman. a piano Solo. Mozart s Quot Rondo in i major Quot by miss Grace Bivins of Hillsboro was followed by two other vocal numbers the Quot Tiila i by Quot from Godard s Quot Jocelyn Quot and Quot Little Mother of mine Quot t Burleigh by Banks Chilton Tenor. Of High Point. One of the highlights of the evenings program was a a la rivet Solo by Olin bloc Keusder Fer of Gary id who for the past two years has directed the College hand Block Unsderfer who has studied with Joseph Elliott fir to clarinet St of the Cincinnati symphony. Aud with or. Frank Simon. I probably the most eminent living american bandmaster played Weber a dialect song. Quot Beetle a terse Quot t Geoffrey o Hara. By Wade knots Tenor of High j Point preceded piano numbers by miss Doris met get of Frostburg. My. Which included Quot pastorale and a Capriccio Quot by Scarlatti and the intricate measures of leu Jollas Spanish Dame Quot Mala gurus a i losing turn Nert on tile pro a Gram wet presented by the College a Cappella choir directed by mrs Owens. The first group religious numbers in the classical manner included two Mendelssohn compositions Quot a sat thy Burden i Pon the lord Quot Aud Quot lift thine eyes Quot Quot the great angelic Host Quot a norwegian Folk song and mar tin lot thar s in a jest it hymn. Quot a mighty fortress is our the second and final group a of negro spirituals Quot poor mourners got a a. To Little Quot to got religion Quot Midi Quot Wade in the tonight at 8 o clock three sen i Lor women Aud three senior meal will compete Fen the Charlotte Siamos and the s Rohlo Wii medals in the annual oration essay contest tomorrow has let to set aside As alumni Day. With a general meeting scheduled Al Iolo for the transaction of business luncheon by Courtesy if the College to follow la. Gideon Ireland Humphreys will preach Hie baccalaureate Sermon at the la o clock Servile at the first methodist Church sunday morning and sunday night or p. K Lindley will deliver his annual address to Campus religious organizations in Roberts Hall on monday morning beginning at 1030 in the Harrison gymnast 87 graduates will receive degrees and the graduation address will he delivered by William b i instead of Durham former sixth District Cong 1 Essma n 1303 North main Street phone 3341 a 3343 pharmacists pick chief candidates Charlotte May 24.�? a Ralph Rogers of Durham and Wade Gilliam of Winston Salem \ were nominated candidates for president at the annual convention of the pre i Macau tical Asso elation Here yesterday. They will j he voted on by mail and the win i Are will he installed at next year s convention Iii Durham. The other nominees for first vice president Paul h j Rissette of Wilson and John Brantley jr., of Raleigh for see a mid vice president w. M Sally of j Asheville anti r. H Tate of Le-1 noir for third vice president t. toll Field of Greensboro and i James i. White of Burlington for t three year term on the executive committee Joseph Hollingsworth of it. Airy and r. P. Lyon of Charlotte. The travelling men s auxiliary elected a. H Small of Charlotte president Norman h Moory of a Mlot this enemy of Della Bulwinkle cautions against deflation Germany s victorious March causing drop in american prices Washington. May 2 4 Fps rep. Bulwinkle dec t proposed a today the culled states take Steps i to Cushion itself against Quot Derta i Hong a being brought shout by Oer Many s victorious March in kit rope he promised a special House i committee Quot to take such immediate action As May he necessary Quot j to advise the administration Hist Congress Quot is for both National defence against a foreign a Tiev and Here s How twin pack guards the Ovett freshness of Southern bread. All bread is delivered to the grocer oven fresh. Hut twin pack gives a of a new Way to preserve this freshness. Gives you two fresh Servings to every loaf. Open one separately wrapped half loaf without disturbing the Wax wrapper of the other. This left Over half will he As Good and fresh tomorrow As it is today. Twin pack keeps Southern bread fresh to the last slice. You la he proud to serve the family deliciously fresh bread. Prouder still of the Money twin pack saves you. Try a loaf Toda i try Rich delicious Southern better made cakes too. T Greensboro. Vice president Aud j j Floyd Goodrich of Charlotte soc i rotary and treasurer. Japs suffer losses in Sharp conflict Southern by i of Wiuf amp cd bread i Ong Kong May 24 it a cd ii use dispatches said today that Large numbers of japanese troops had been killed by Emo flawed j chinese batteries w Hile crossing j tributaries of the Man River North West of Tsaiyang in Northern j Supeh province in Central China. I the displaces indicated thai a fighting in Supeh was developing i i into possibly one of the a Jot allies of the a War with both aide suffering i heavy casualties the chinese said hat they were i offering stiff resistance to the. Japanese drive through the province but indirectly acknowledged that the japanese were making headway by reporting the crossing of t he Hail tributaries. Many Points around Tsaiyang were said to have changed hand j several times in the last few Day with the japanese making full use j of artillery and aircraft. Numerous villages were reported reduced to ruins. Cut Kinston May 24 it 41 t to e Kinston housing authority att i non need plans for construction of dwelling units to House around .300 families. Hon which is in our midst Kul Winkie said since Holland had been invaded deflation had j caused Quot a loss to the lined an i Public amounting to billions of j dollars in the de line of commodities. Investment securities and Fiill Edge securities Quot this precipitated an unwarranted movement and an unwarranted deflation Lias continued and 1 taken on the proportion of a panic and it must he added Bulwinkle declared that Quot if hit i mad leaders of Germany Combine on their victorious March xxx for one cannot visualize what May happen Here in the baited states in the increasing decline of farm products ail commodities stocks and Quot i am calling your attention to the necessity for the Congress and Hie administration meeting this Issue now in order that tile re sources of this country will he used to Stop this feat fill Aud deadly disease of lie said. The North carolinian said lie was supporting Quot to the fullest Quot the administrations National defense program. Towns bombed new York. May 24. Up Helen Hiett Abc correspondent Iii Patis. 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