High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 28 1939, Page 30

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 28, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Section a b local news and want ads in this Section the High Point Enterprise Section b local news and Wani ads in this Section vol. 55�?no. I 18 member associated press High Point y 0. Sinday morning Mav 28. 1939 Complete Nea service Price five cents Erwin to speak at College finals monday memorial services to be held Here Thi school to get Lee s portrait Umstead will w0rkmen m 0n c0ffer dam at sit e 0f Hydro electric project Sermon today eneral Robert e. Lee portrait of e. Lee o be presented school sixth Grade graduating Glass to give Large portrait to Lim Street school in an ambitious program to by id tuesday night at 8 of clock Elm Street school the sixth Ade graduating last will preut to the school a larg1 Oil por it of general Robert e. Lee. The portrait is an outstanding irk of Thomas e. Dodamead. Do known local artist. Among the guests expected in Tendance for the program which la be held in the school Audi a cum. Are mrs he p. Morrison d mrs. Joseph Snyder presents of the two local in. Do. Spiers or. Henry Louis Smith. Evident emeritus of Washington d i be University and now Greensboro and superintendent schools Charles f. Carroll. Jr., d mrs Carroll. Tea. Hers of the the grades at the school Are mrs i a bet h Kelly and misses ii sen Iller and Juanita Hayworth. The program will open with a ii in Solo. A ave Maria Isch Tiro placed by miss Virginia Auk. With miss Dorothy Hob is at the piano. Both Are of s City school music depart it. A chorus of the sixth Grade Alldren will then Render a the re is my Shepherd a sixth Ade girls will present tributes Robert k. Lee. Two musical in hers will follow. Miss Dorothy skins elementary music Superior will sing a carry my Hack old Virginia a a and Carl clonal. Director of the music de rement will sing a there is no lathe mayor o. Arthur Kirkman will a sent a Eulogy to general Lee ther Marie free president of 9 Junior service Council of in Street school will present a portrait and Norris Andrews d Lier Aldine Lee members of p sixth Grade will unveil it. A oms of the sixth graders will Hen Render mrs. Allene Schroder Pritzel Al. Will accept the portrait for lie school. Rev. Howard Hart poll Rector of St. Mary s Episco Al Church will pronounce the Eneidi lion. We ast rites r. A. Williams eld at Church in Rowan funeral services for Robert Rich Williams 7ti, who died at in Home of his son Robert Wil ams in Iredell county thurs try May 25, were conducted at Corinth Baptist Church in Rowan county Friday afternoon at 2 clock by ids pastor Rev. Or. Hite. Of tin Lea Grove Baptist Hun h. Pal i beliefs were bus grandsons and the Flower girls Ere his granddaughters. Burial As at the Corinth cemetery. Or. Williams was twice inured. His first wife mrs. Loupe a Lackey Williams died in 1933 is second wife mrs. Elizabeth Stinson Williams survives. Other Irv ivors Are three daughters is. J. M. Freeze Mooresville is. In t. London Kannapolis id mrs. I. Overcash of this to six sons Henry and Christy a Cleveland. Charlie of Sherill s old. Cleveland of China Grove Oyle of Lenoir and Robert evil fins of mov \ die 5 2 grand Alldren and it great grand h. Non partisan league is to be reorganized today meeting will be held Iii Leadville for purpose of reforming old organization North Carolina s non partisan labor league interrupted in its organization a year ago will be reorganized at a meeting of the North Carolina c. I. O. In i Eaks Ville today it a Learned from Lawrence Seton roes local i nit de furniture workers of America organizer. The league proposed to Aid the jailor element in the state will he discussed and plans Laid for a statewide convention later in the year it was Learned Here. E. L. Sandefur Carolinas c. I. O. Director or. Ross c. W. Lannon Berg local american federation of hosiery workers organizer. And several other state labor leaders will speak at the meeting delegations of High Point furniture and textile Union members Are expected to attend the meeting or. Rose said. The essential object of the convention. It was stated is to assemble petitions circulated among North Carolina labourers and endorsed by an overwhelm lug majority of them protecting j against any change that might alter the effectiveness of the Wagner i Abor act. Tho convention will he ailed i to order at i o clock in the Leaksville c. I. O. Hall. Make address at gathering Parade will Leat March to Oakwood memorial Park cemetery services dedicated to the memory of american soldiers and sailors who died in the service of their country will be held at Oakwood memorial Park cemetery this afternoon at 3 o clock under the sponsorship of Andrew Jackson Post no. 87, american legion and the Post s auxiliary. William b. Umstead of Durham former congressman will deliver the memorial Day address. He will he introduced by former congressman j. Walter Lambeth of Thomasville a Parade led by the High Point High school hand will form on North main Street near the chamber of Commerce building of 2 45 of clock and proceed to the cemetery for the exercises proper. Al sex Servit men have been invited to participate in the Parade. Legion officers Here have expressed Confidence that the affair will he the most elaborate of its kind Ever held in the City. On the Rostrum with the speakers will he past commanders of the legion Post and past a pm Side a of the auxiliary. The Tnomas Volle legion Post has also been incited to participate in the exercises. After taps and the invocation by or o. Williamson the i High Point College a Capella j choir w ill Render a group of selections appropriate to the of Casson. Yesterday Menthe s of the Aux i Mary decorated with flags and i Flowers the Graves of Allex soldiers in the three cemeteries of the City. At the services to a Morrow the speaker will dedicate to world War dead an Ever a Green planted near the Entrance to Oakwood cemetery last november by the auxiliary. Recently a Bronze plaque hearing the dedicatory inscription has been i placed on a Marble slab near the foot of the tree. In the event of ram the services will be held at the first presbyterian Church. The legion committee in charge of the program and arrangements is composed of the following members judge d a a bae. Chairman. David Yow William Frye and r. R. Blackburn past commanders of the Post which was organized in 1919, Are Hiram ancient rout. Or. A t. Burros deceased or. I. T. Mann. Charles Kephart d f r Taylor. R a Manti. Jai k Edwards. Judge d. Macrae Lew is e. Teague deceased James w. Welch. R. Re Blackburn. W. Ney Evans Carl Mcpherson. Forrest h. Shu Ford. Gurney h King. J. E. Lyon George Edwards. Fred Mcpherson. J. E Thomas j. E. Lyon j. P. Byrne and d. Arden. Mrs. Griffith service to be conducted today funeral services for mrs. M. Ii. Griffith 51. Who died in r local Hospital Friday night will be con i ducted from the Rankin memo rial methodist Church this after i noon at 2 30 o clock. Rev. Edward suits will be in charge of j the services Sud interment will 1 be mad in the Floral Garden cemetery. Lutheran Synod to hold its meeting at Cherryville Rex. F. L. Conrad of this City is Secretary of Synod the lutheran Synod of North Carolina comprising 165 con-1 Gregat ions 126 minister. 31.000 confirmed members will hold its 135th annual convention in St. Johns Church. Cherryville. Rev. W. G. Cobb. Pastor. May 31 to june 2. With the Rev Jacob l. J Morgan. Dd., Salisbury presiding. And the Rev. F. L. Gonad. High Point As Secretary. Convention speakers will include the Rev. W. H. Greever d. D., of new York representative of the United lutheran Chun h in american the Rev. S. W. Hahn Winston Salem the Rev. R. Patterson Thomas-1 Ville and he Rev. L. P. Boland j Taylorsville items of interest of the Eon a vent iou will be he ordination of four Young men to the gospel in ii Stry on thursday evening at 18 o clock. They Are Dwight course. Thomasville John w cob Cherryville George Lingle. Salisbury Dowie Stoner Rockwell. Two congregations organized in luring the year. Good Shepherd congregation Goldsboro ant Church of redeemer Kannapolis. Will be received into the Synod. Reports from hoards of trustees of Lenoir Rhyne College Hickory and the Southern i lutheran theological Seminary i Columbia. S. A. Will be heard with interest. Or. David Cooper of Emanuel congregation will represent the local Church along i wit ii the pastor Rev. F. L. Conrad. T construction of Hie coffer dam. Turning aside Hie Waters of Lite Ladkin giver and exposing Hie River lied at Hie site of the location of High Points Hydro electric dam continued merrily last week As May to evidenced in the lower photog a pit Alane. The coffer dam is being built of huge steel pilings. In tile background at the top of the Hill Are contractors offices. Top photograph shows additional work bring carried on. A Road is being built along hic Bottom of the Hill just i in front of the Structure which May in seen in the top photo. Exclusive staff photon plans for car with one wheel Are related in old newspaper officers Are Uncertain As to exact Gagger system is interpretation of Slot machine Law adopted do police Nom taut As to the interpret i w i nation of the states new Slot i sunday school association for deaf elects Crutchfield uncertainty As to the interpret tation of the state s new Slot j a min. ,�-1 a a a it a a a a i Midnight on 8�tur. As in High Point Law a i i enforcement circles yes Gerdav. Days has been adopted As a ape a emr. J. J. Oakley of High Point who bears he distinction of owning an automobile which he made himself was Here yesterday. He said he was designing now and would soon begin to construct an automobile with Only one interesting news yes. Except for the fact that the report of or. Oakley a unique venture was 35 years ago. Captain r. Church of fire station no. 3. Delving into old papers at his Home recently brought out an old copy of a the weekly Ledger Quot vol. I no. 2, with a Date line under the Masthead of december 12. 1903. The Little newspaper to pages scarcely larger than foolscap is interesting chiefly for what then a paper Man Calls the or Oakley a mechanical Phan Tasy a if ii was Ever perfected it was never a Success occupies the top left column on Page one usually considered now As the Hest position in the paper. Rut it was a Good Story at thai. A where will you sit in his wonderful machine or. Oakley Quot and the answer was. Of ail places a in the other front Page stories on that december Day 35 years ago included an installation service of the pastor of the presbyterian Church a meeting of the american peace society at the friends Church a burglary and obituaries of Elsie Lancaster Church a Uncle Tommie Quot Sechrest and mrs. Bettie Wheeler. One obituary is captioned a blooms in these items with a a a Moore a Book and toy store Quot and and a a a filler which states that a mrs. Mcartor has just about All so can do to keep ninety four Little heaps quiet a with no further explanation Complete the copy for Page one. And the Chap in the Gernian american Volks Hund who called for a Rosenfelt Quot was not original at All. In High Point 35 years ago a major Wallington was callings the presidents illustrious Kinsman Theodore Roosevelt major Wallington. The weekly Ledger reported was a going t o Washington to see Roos Enfelt and Tell him about the meanness Down South Quot dial measure by the High Point police department. Chief w. G Friddle announce lust night. The Day shift which normally goes ii duty at 3 o clock in Tho afternoon remains on duty until 7 of clock in the evening under the new system. The second Shin which ordinarily comes on duty at 3 of clock is ailed into service at noon and the third shift due at work at la of clock is of duty at 7 of clock. Chief Friddle did not state his reason for adopting the new system. B. H. Jordan is elected Junior order councilor at the regular meeting Friday night b. H. Jordan was elected councilor and Rester Burrow chief w. G. Friddle of the City police department said when asked what his department intends to do in View of the attorney general s ruling Friday a we John e. Crutchfield of Yiu Mumford and Edgar Hartley see Ston Salem was re elected presi a celery of the y. M. A., will will enforce the Law Quot though the Dent of Tho North Carolina in was chosen past councilor of the armed Bandit a he explained exact interpretation seemed As Uncertain to him As to others. Guilford deputies stationed in the county office Here said they were waiting for instructions i annual convention of that or from the court House in greens-1 gang Patton Here last night Boro which instructions they Are expecting to receive about june i when the new act becomes effective. Said prosecuting attorney Ben l. Herman a it is my opinion that the old Type Slot machine whether it a vends Money or Token i automatically or not is he was speaking of the Type commonly known As the a one make an inspirational talk. Addresses will be delivered by mrs Frances e. Dalton Secretary of Guilford Council no. 23 j. U. O. A. M. Other officers elected were in c. Royals vice councilor t. P. Cate chaplain j. K. Suttenfield conductor we w. Arnold Warden w. I. A wis inside Sentinel . S. Gossett outside Sentinel and in h. Sechrest trustee. A these officers will be installed i ext Friday night. It was announced at the meeting that several members of the Council would attend children a further or. Herman stated. A if gambling is permitted on the a pin table Quot Type a if the table vends either Money or free games such table is the prosecuting attorney said he thought that some ruling from persons in authority should be made As to whether or not pin Day school association for the deaf and Concord was selected j synodic a1 and Home As he 1940 meeting place at the missions in the Orang Presby tory or. Carl e. Rankin superintendent of the North Carolina the meeting will. Continue to school for the deaf. And miss Day with Cessions at the Shera Jan Williams missionary to Inton hotel ballroom. A _ other officers elected last Nasht were in. Rodney Bunn. A Best opening Day is Danville va., vice president e. Bonfield. Concord Secretary held by City Lake Park Sam Clarkson Larksville treasurer and John n. Ca Roll. Tur j High Point s City Lake Deerea key missionary Secretary. Lion Park opened its fifth sea More than 175 persons were son yesterday with a the Best present for the banquet session last night at Wesley memorial Church. Rev. Grover c. Wilder spoke the invocation and Herbert r. Smoak Lay Leader of Union. S. C., led the devotional and gave a Brief talk. Miss Catherine Moss rendered a take time to be holy a and or. E. Opening Day in its history a f. Bailey director of Parks and recreation said last night. Or. Bailey estimated the number of swimmers at the Lake yesterday at 700. He said he had no official reports from the negro Park. Which also opened yesterday but that he understood there was a an average Quot opening h. Blackard pastor of Wesley memorial Church delivered the Jal attendance there tables were a amusement devices i address of Welcome. The re a a a a within the. Meaning of Law i spittle was made by j m Rob Chick of Tho now Law which becomes Yertson. Or. Crutchfield gave the effective june i in some ways president s address and the bus a four legged Freak Chicken modifies the 1937 Flannagan act ii is session followed. A. O. Bojo Friday a week ago was which outlawed Slot machines. Belts pronounced the be nettle a brought to the Enterprise yester Home Day which was held at Tho j attorney general Harry s. My Hon. Hay by Silas Bryant who lives j. U. A. I. Home at Lex a Mullan Friday ruled that the lat a today s program will open with Ion the Asheboro Highway about Lugton yesterday. Continued on pug dec. La i a invocation by Rev. A f. J five Miles from High Point. More than 8 1 seniors will be awarded Diplo Mas monday a. G. Lovelace jr., named valedictorian the valedictory address or a. Lovelace jr., of Ili Point and the dedication of the 1939 Issue of the Zenith College yearbook to tile late diaries f. Finch of Thomasville were the major features of the class Day exercises presented at Hirch Point College last night. At la of clock this morning or. G. I. Humphreys College president will deliver the baccalaureate Sermon at the first methodist protestant Church. At 8 of clock tonight at Roberts Hall Dean p. E. Lindley will deliver the annual address to the Campus religious organizations. The formal graduation exercise will be held in the Harrison gymnasium tomorrow morning. Beginning with the academic procession at to of clock. There will be More than 80 graduates. Or. Clyde a. Erwin state superintendent of Public instruction will be the speaker. Miss Frances Muse of Carthage. Editor of the yearbook was in charge of the simple dedication ceremony. Mrs. Finch. Who Board of trustees at the College took her husband s place on the following his death about two year a ago. Received the Book for the family. Or. Finch was a member of the Board from flu founding of the College until his death and the Community Church in Thomasville was his gift to the methodist protestant denomination. Miss Mary Mitchell Baity of Henderson with scholar in rating next to that of or. Lovelace delivered the class greetings a salutatorian. The Progress of the class through the four year of College was reviewed by miss Nancy Parham of Henderson. To John Howard link of Westminster Maryland went the task of conjuring of prophetic visions of the future of i classmates and a. R. Bookout or. Of Greensboro read the last will Aud testament. Final feature with the exemption of or. Lovelace a valedictory was the singing of a the close of College year Quot by the senior class quartet. Dramatic feature of the evening was a skit. A Shaki Pearean directed by Milton r. Wenger of Brooklyn n. Y., in which the fiendish plot of the villainous Hamlet to marry the Lovely Juliet daughter of shylock and lady a Beth and secure the shylock ducats for his fascinating Cleopatra was foiled. Juliet married her True love Farmer Julius Caesar and a a ally a Well that ends a v nine permits for building granted Only nine permits were issued by the off he of the buildings inspector in High Point during the past week but authorization of two new Homes brought the total for the period to $9,455, or. And hts. A. E. Poston were Given permission to erect a even room Brick veneer residence on Rockford Road Between Chestnut Street and Oakhurst Avenue. The building with garage was estimated to Cost $4,-750. A. E. Taplin is general contractor. A permit was issued to or. And mrs. E. Sechrest for the construction of a six room Brick veneer Home on Shirley Avenue Between North Hamilton and Blain streets at an est Rae. Ted Cost of $4,000. Garage and servants quarters at the same Are to Cost $300. Other permits in god during the week were Economy Auto store paint front of store building at 20 North main sit eel. $15, r. R. Ragan remodel front of Parlier shop. 106 East Washington Street $25. A c. Mixson. Repair and paint residence. 304 West Ray Street $li0. Mrs. Mabel Hill re roof reside a 1411 perching Street. $140. Atlantic realty and insurance company paint front of store building 139 South Wrenn Street $25. Arthur Parrish new garage 313 Phillips Street $100. Or. L w. Holladay will attend association meet or. L. W. Holladay a nominee for the american urological association. Will attend the annual organization convention in White Sulphur Springs. W. A. Monday through thursday of this week. Membership in the association is limited to those physicians who Are qualified full time urologists or. Holladay has been a member of the Southeastern Branch of the american urological association i

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