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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 4, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page tenth High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of a High Point North Carolina saturday november i. I 93 teachers close meeting in City with panel discussion i local group attending student Council meet forty Hili school in District participate departmental Quot officers elected pupils4 the seventeenth animal convention of the Northwestern District teachers association closed Here last night with a panel discussion led by or. Elbert k. Fretwell of teachers College Columbia University and participated in by approximately 40 High school pupils from the District. Or. Fretwell led the panel by questioning the pupils on such school matters As City councils Home rooms clubs the Point system Etc. The session was held at the senior High school auditorium. Or. Fretwell was introduced by or. T. E. Brown of the state department. State superintendent Clyde Erwin was unable to attend the meeting. A Resolution was adopted by the body endorsing teachers retirement legislation for the 19 41 general Assembly. New off leers were formally declared elected and presented to the group. Departmental officers elected during the departmental sessions yesterday afternoon follow with the first person listed being president the second vice president the second vice president and the third Secretary dramatic officers Sarah Richardson. Winston Salem tingly Worth Greensboro mrs. Marjorie Stephenson Winston Salem. Distrust principals p. D. Mcleod. Trinity a c. Deskins Rural Guilford Roy m. Greene. Walnut Cove. In siness Edu Atu it Valma Woodman Winston Salem Leroy Thacker Greensboro mrs. It c. Whitaker Winston Salem. Modern language mrs. G e r t r to d e Whitehead Alice Dixon. Elkin Maude Burros High Point. Elementary pm Tuala mrs. Catherine Shipman. High Point Reid Staton Rockingham mrs Eleanor Anderson Leaksville. Imp Striae arts Frank l. Judi ale High Point Charles a. Burna Gibsonville e. F. Hume Greensboro. English Annie i be Singletary Winston Salem mrs. John Betts. Greensboro mrs. Ruth m. Carter. High font. Art Jean Molver Lane. Winston Salem Mary Edith Talley. Statesville Maggie ism Blackmon. High Point. Department of is Perin Tex Dent e r. S. Proctor Mocksville j. E. Holmes. Leaksville c. B Ella. Wilkesboro. Agriculture a r Hunter Rural greens representatives from both the senior and the Junior High schools Are in Durham today attending the state student Council Congress. Jose Given a member of the Junior class of the High school will be nominated by the High i Point representatives for presi a Dency of the state organization. I the business session will be held i this afternoon at which time election of officers will be held. A w merchants warned about bad checks Speaks sunday Tom Al dermal Sykes former minister of Central friends Church Here and now personnel director of the Thomasville chair company will bring an armistice Day message at Springfield friends Church sunday morning at the la of clock service. Boro j. E. Foil Wentworth Sam Cooper Rural Graham. Classroom teachers Lucille Brown High Point Ruth Ford. Winston Salem Annabel Thompson High Point. Grammar Grade and primary teachers mrs a. I. Early Stokesdale Ernestine Cherry Burlington mrs. W. S. Snipes Mineral Springs. School librarians Isabelle Jinnette Winston Salem Estelle Ardrey North Wilkesboro Beatrice Council Thomasville. Math pm Vitus teachers mrs. Grace Alton. Greensboro w. T. Wilson blowing rack Harriet Bowen. High Point. Home economics Margaret t. Smith Reidsville to Swanson mount airy Martha Sample. Greensboro. Physical education Luther n. Byrd Westfield Nell Stallings High Point Doris Hutheson. Greensboro. Hig la school princ times and teachers f. M. Biggerstaff. Burlington h m. Finch mount airy a s. Haltiwanger. Winston Salem. Science e teachers w. S. Benhanan. Winston Salem g. A. Winsby Walnut Cove Eleanor i. Barton greens slight Snow flurry in City this Horning real Tim Low fill High Point got its first taste of Winter today As i Herin Ometer cont inned and a slight Snow flurry dicing Hie Early morning hours. A Trace of Hail mixed with rain was also reported by the local weather Bureau and although Che Mercury hovered just above freezing last night at its the temperature had risen Only to to at noon today. Adult education advantages cited in talk by b. L. Smith superintendent of Greensboro schools addresses luncheon meeting of adult education group j because of the Large losses suffered by retail storekeepers and merchants in accepting checks on the treasurer of the United states hearing the forged endorsement of the Payee. Lewis o. Padgett United states secret service officer with Headquarters in Charlotte is urging such merchants and storekeepers to identify persons presenting the checks before accepting them. Said or Padgett a it is a fact that a majority of win checks Are cashed by the rightful owners in Small stores in their immediate neighbourhood and the Payee is Well known to the storekeeper. Therefore it is Well to become immediately suspicious of a stranger who offers you a government Check especially if the address of the paved shown on the face of a a. The Check is located at a Dis of one Robert Reynolds and this one cant Lye blamed on to Nee from your store inasmuch North Carolinas he san Nea service photographer came As the storekeeper who accepts second in this series of literal captions. Capital shorts a a sock on Wmk Knob another camera comic a from the ingenious brain a stolen and forged government Check is the loser caution should to exercised in cashing them. A strictly enforced Rule to demand identification before cashing government checks will eliminate losses to the mashes of life need of greater support for schools cited by or. Miller by the associated press by the associated press simpler Charleston. W. A a Eligah Sansom 4 9. Believes in spelling names according to your handwriting ability. Held for Federal grand jury action on a charge of operating a still he was asked by officers if his name were not replied spell it with a g easier to observer tells classroom teachers people of state want More done for schools a polled a Deli Sansom. Because �?�1 its Boro. A red Frank Mcneil is Exchange speaker nose in Fourt s Alem. Thomas has mod Lawrence e. Lee for $2,300 because of a Bulbul. Thomas Abl he Twilight nose a Putty one front so lie could go to a party the i a a Dis Quot your warmest Friend Quot Ord the Hest grades of Coal City fuel co. 32o Park St. Phone Baba guided he a a grotesque Tut the nose Putty a poisonous Thomas charged and resulted in two a practically closed a it is a swollen real nose pain 4 medical Hills lost employment and inability to fraternize is it to friends. Model Supply company a Complete plumbing and heating service lot Broad St. Plume .12di at the regular Friday night meeting of National Exchange club of i Point Frank of. Mcneill gave an interesting talk on systems used in manufacturing plants in regard to credit and collections. Or. Mcneill is credit manager of Tomlinson of High Point. The speaker was introduced by Aubrey Dunbar program chairman. Or. Mcneil i brought of the fact that credit when properly handled is a great help to business however when ads handled proves a big Handicap for Busi i a Well what of it so i a How much does a. B. Clinard. A visitor from i Asper in be got a i come Bauk tuesday i Ltd x i Volt to a entered mrs. Hazel Mick very Drew a gun and demanded a up with your hands this is a stick up a a so what a demanded mrs. Mick. Arms akimbo. Lek. An a Well it roof Mym no Down payment. Taw service chary at 3 via pm of pay Winston Salem recited a humor Ous poem which was enjoyed by the exc hangiotes. The weekly bulletin we Iii it co sick it to Call brother which is edited by Solon Tuson proved interesting. A i done to a thanks a responded ing youth. The flee jew un9r Eravi Gwi Wati on Al housing. Act Barber Cen a lowest prices in years Hedgecock lumber co. Priour Roos 115 Ward St give your family the Best use Sci our Beautiful ire refrigerators prices and terms Hill Surprise you Central if delivery 512 u t St Broad Street a do i a n \ plume 4507 its going tile cop to be Here i Ross Mem i in Dallas a harder to spot a bout s. Police chief j. M. Welch has ordered tile Standard Black police cars replaced will sporty ii id it is of various colors. Hews of coloured people Center Quot the old maid a Bette Dave. Miriam Hopkins George Brent Jane Bryan. Louise Fazenda at i 24-3 24-5 24-7.25 and 8.24. Also Pete Smith Novelty Quot let talk Turkey and Center new events with scenes of four recent football games. Broadhurst a Arizona kid Roy Rogers at i 00-2 .45-4 24-6 06-7 48-9 30 Sprinkle gasoline service from seaports saves serves satisfies 17c tax paid per i Lon Sprinkle service station i rom v main is. Paramount hallelujah with Nina Mac Mckinney and an All coloured cast at 1 45-3 34-5 27-7 20-9 13. A Rialto a a Western Jamboree a Gene Autry at la 44-1 25-3 06-4.47-6 28-8 09-9 50. Funeral rites held for mul d. Ingram the funeral service of mul d. Ingram who passed away at the Burros memorial Hospital Friday afternoon will he held from the presbyterian Church on Perry Street sunday afternoon at 2 30 of clock interment will he in the Green Hill cemetery. Alpha Art meets the Alpha Art club met at the Home of mrs. Ophelia Morgan on Underhill Avenue thursday evening. All members except one. Who is As ill were present. During the business session plans were Laid for the annual barn dance to be Given at Kilby Arcade november in. The hostess mrs. Morgan served a tempting Turkey dinner at tile conclusion of the business session. Brooks memorial lit Ruh the sunday evening service of Brooks memorial methodist t lurch sum to a $ i is a Ai 7 30 sunday in order that members May attend the Vesper service to de held at it. Mark Church in Honor of girl scout week. The latter service will begin at 8 of clock. St. Can you get tires recapped i w Ith the new Sau tooth tread design positively will not skid on wet pavement. Easy terms Idle destroyers Are ordered into service Mathew c. M. E. Church Hamel City quartet of. I win ton Salem will Render a pro ram at St. Mathew c. M. E j Church sunday afternoon at clock. The Public is invited in present. Washington. Nov. 4. The Navy reinforced the neutrality patrol today Dering the Long Idle world destroyers mat Ken in and coastal by or War mor Ris restored to Active service of lit aging destroyers it the a Aback channels fleets a Philadelphia and san Diego 5 had Berti recommissioned pre ii in. Ministers association to meet november uth the meeting of the High Point ministers association which had been planned for monday has been postponed until monday november 13, it was announced today by Rev. A. Lincoln Fulk president. Greene tire company 213 College St. Tel. 3219 Handy a Vic tides Moroline i i a in now White Petroleum Jelly jars 5< Amo i0< i of has been proved by experiments that maximum air plane Power is produced Hen the fuel is injected direct into the cylinders. The dinner meeting of the classroom teachers at the Junior High school last night which meeting was presided Over by miss Lucille Browne featured an address by or. Julian Miller editor of the Charlotte observer. Prior to the introduction of the speaker Carl g. N. Cronstedt. Accompanied at the piano by miss Alma Andrews Sang two Selec Mons after which were introduced As guests Hie superintendents of the to counties in the District and visiting county teachers. Other guests included or. John Cook of woman s College of the uni a varsity of North Carolina Charles j f. Carroll jr., and m. T. Lam Beth. Or. Embrace h. Pinckard i pronounced the invocation. Or. Miller in stressing the fact i that the work of education traces Back to the teacher said that greater emphasis must be placed on the human factors the teacher and the child. North Carolina has not gone As far educationally As it can go he said yet the state eau find Mon i by for about anything it needs youth i exr it pm or Public schools. The Gro people of this state Are in favor of More being done for the j schools they want More modern More adequate schools. And the parents want the teachers to teach their students How to make a living which in Many cases Means i the neglect of a cultural education. In preparing for a Carcel ism Quot j we sometimes forget the Point on w hich to place the proper pm j Phasis. Quot it is not the Means by j which we live said or. Miller a but the end for which we live that has been overlooked. We need to train our boys and girls to be men and worn who will he spiritual mental and moral with $25 per child being spent in North Carolina against a much higher average per child being spent nationally it is not surprising that our state school system could undergo a great improve j ment he said. Some plan must j be w worked out by which our j school system May receive the emphasis which it is due. The educational system has undergone a great change in the last j 25 years for the emphasis Hus shifted from the cultural to the j practical. In some Way this Cli j Section must be slightly altered i so that a better balanced Educa i tonal program May exist. Or. Fretwell heard speaking before a capacity audience of classroom teachers j attending the annual District j meting of the North Carolina education association Here yester a Day or. Elbert k. Fretwell of teachers College. Columbia uni j verify urged teachers to Par j to opiate actively in the develop-1 ment of the teaching profession. The meeting today wag presided Over by miss Lucille Browne of High Point. President of the Northwestern District classroom teachers. Miss Browne Early in the program presented to the group their recently elected officers for the new year. Those presented were miss Ethel Perkins. Lexington president miss Edna Tatum of Winston Salem Vic president miss Hattie Lee Burgess of Lexington Secretary. These officers had been selected at the business meeting of the District classroom teachers held Here on october 27. Preceding or. Fretwell on the program. Junius l. Allison state president of the department of classroom teachers brought greetings from the state teachers in his Brief remarks or Allison described the program of the classroom teachers As being entered around the broadening of professional interest and activity among teachers state. A teachers must come part in education they have taken Long ago. Anxious to lend our t cooperation in the he accomplish much without encouragement from All people in the ranks of Public school education. The emphasis upon the growth of organized teachers in this state is indicative i think of the present trend to make our profession More dynamic and democratic a said or. Allison. Both or. Fretwell and or. Allison had a word to say in regard to the need for securing near future tenure and ment Laws for Public teachers. Assured his hear had been consid and Effort Given suitable tenure too. That there is intent abroad in to set up Cooper retirement provisions for refit of teachers who have in the ret preschool Enterprise Bureau sir Walter hotel by Henry Averill Raleigh nov. 4. A for the first time in More than 30 years As a peace officer John s. Braswell now carries official identification papers. As policeman at Concord and Hamlet chief of the department at Hamlet sheriff of Richmond county and truant officer for staff prison Braswell has made arrests and served nearly every known kind of civil and criminal court papers without his authority being questioned until last week. He went to Syracuse to bring Back an escaped convict from state prison. He found his Man cleared with the police and with the sheriffs department and then took All his papers to a judge for final clearance. A what do you have to show j that you represent the state of North Carolina a sternly asked his Honor. Or. Braswell was stumped. He j had everything except what he really needed. But he talked i himself out of the Jam. Got hts j Man and brought him safely i Hack to North Carolina. Next Day he went to see the governor and got a very impressive looking document All signed up by Clyde Hoe and Bob Thompson and hearing the impress of the great Seal of the state. It certifies that he is the fugitive officer of the state Highway j and Public works commission j which administers the state prison system and that he has a right to claim fugitive convicts j in the name of the state of nor a. Carolina. Superintendent r. Jav. Smith of the Greensboro schools was principal speaker at the luncheon meeting of the adult education department Northwestern teachers association at Sheraton hotel Friday afternoon at 12 30-o�?Tclock. Mrs. Laura me cargo vice chairman. Presided. Mrs. J. W. Mcguinn of this City chairman welcomed the attendants. Other speakers were a r. Ralph w. Mcdonald mrs. Elizabeth c. Morris and mrs. J. M. Day state president of adult education. Or. Smith in his address called attention to the number of limitations in adult education such As the Lack of Money the stigma which attaches to Relief under the works Progress administration the hangover of the idea that one must work for a living Lack of materials with which to work difficulty in maintain la standards while everything is considered and there is the constant thought of what is workable certain amount of superficial attached to this kind of education in which students come and e while a single week or ten Day two weeks or two months Canne suffice to attain anything nes what an instructor would like i realize the absence of diploma and certificates As definite goal a but a said the speaker a the limitations Are not unmixed Blesi in a. New trails May be Blaze new horizons brought to sign Progress can be made in spite c impediments. The great Pioneer of Earth All had their limitation a the adult students in Green Boro who have talked of their at comp Lisments would be unit ing to part with the gains the have made for any amount c Money. The ability to sign a Che in ones own handwriting Prepa ration in fitting one for a Respol sible jobs these things Mea much in the Way of satisfaction t an individual. A this work must go on. It i ours to tie up adult education with other civic programs. Al civic organizations will to Willin to Aid in every Way they can Church life and the general we fare of every Community await the furtherance of adult education. Salisbury prisoner admits High Point College robbery number of victims of fire rises to 4 or. Fretwell Era that there Erable thought to preparing Laws. He said. A Strong Inov America today at Ive the b served faithfully the cause of Public education. Or. Fretwell indicated however that the Public often misunderstands what teacher retirement Means. He pointed out that the retirement plan Calls for an equal contribution from teachers As Well As from the Public Treasury and that such provision would give to the teaching profession a degree of Security and stability which needs badly. Or. Fretwell devoted of his discussion to How the teachers by closely together As an Tion can exert a v toward the better neat Lanai program. Depend primarily teaching and Good it a portion describing working Organiza Reat influence ult of the cd a Good schools upon Good teaching is j the literary and historical i association will have for principal speaker at its annual meeting Friday evening. December 8, one of the South a leading newspaper men John Temple Graves Iii. Of the editorial staff of the i Birmingham age Herald. Or. Graves will speak at the i closing session of the society a meeting. A native of Georgia. Graves is a Princeton graduate and has won i National attention As editorial writer and columnist on numer a ours papers including the new York journal the Palm Beach times and the Jacksonville Jour a i Nab the Blate literary and historic Cal society is accustomed to hat j lug distinguished speakers however some of those who have i addressed its sessions including j Theodore Roosevelt James Bryce i William Howard Taft Jules jus Serand and Henry Cabot Lodge. Lincolnton n. A. Nov. 4 a it pm the number of patients who died of injuries received in a fire at the Beeves Hospital Here Early yesterday Rose to four today. Miss Flossie Peeler 10-year-old daughter of or. And mrs. John Peeler of Maiden died Early today at the Gordon Crowell memorial Hospital Here where she had been taken with 13 others during the Blaze ten of the patients Are still at Tho Hospital. The others who died were mrs. R. E. Huffstetler. Lincoln j county w to died yesterday after i noon. G. B. Goodson 56, former Lincolnton postmaster and former treasurer and sheriff of Lincoln county i mrs w. Reeves 53. West Jef i Ferson a Niece of or. J. R. Gamble head of the Reeves Hospital Crowell memorial Hoe ital attaches described the condition of mrs. W. In Ikerd Lincolnton the Mother of a child a few Days old As serious. J the other patients at the memorial Hospital were considered j improved today. Or. Gamble estimated yesterday damages at $10,000. He announced plans for rebuilding the institution. Karl Alitt held on first degree burglary Vilaree local gases solved funeral services re Goodson will he held at 3 p. In. Tomorrow. Funeral services for mrs. Reeves will be held at West Jefferson. Dependent upon Good teachers and we j ii St cannot have the sort of educational program we need without doing More for our classroom teachers a he said. According to aviation experts the Lack of High octane gasoline for High Speed planes will eventually prove the Aero downfall of Germany. Mayor Tom Cooper is beginning to regret one of his own cracks. Months ago he said something about a flu first shall be last and the last shall he first a while diffusing announcement of candidates for governor. Now he is really champing at the hit in his anxiety to begin a formal Campaign and it s dollars to doughnuts he regrets Ever having made his previous declaration because if he should come out in the open certain that head be with his own statements american citizen executed by nazis the arrest in Salisbury Las night of Earl Walker Wood o Spartanburg s. led to a Solu Hon of two High poin Coiler robbery cases involving around $150 Worth of clothing Ani jewelry from College students. In a Long distance telephoto conversation with the enter prise this afternoon a Higl Point police department deice live said Wood who is hotel held in Salisbury on a first de glee burglary it Barge had and milled stealing jewelry Anc clothing at the College after i was a positively identified a student witnesses to the crime. The High Point officer Quot ent to Salisbury the morning to Aid in the investigation ant was accompanied by the stat dents. A part of the loot in eluding a Gold watch was rec overed it was stated. Wood was arrested by salts Bury police for allegedly Bur glassing a menus dormitory Ai Catawba College and the office stated he had also admitted breaking into a dormitory room at Davidson College. He had been a playing the colleges a As the officer put it. For some time by his own admission. Two charges of breaking an i entering and larceny will be pre furred against the prisoner Kyj the High Point police Depar ment both cases originating to robbery reports made by the College Here about the Middle Al october. Salisbury police How Ever will hold him for prosecution on the burglary charge and he w ill not he brought Here Fri trial until after the cases then Are disposed of. Canadians picket steel on wheels a. J. One of the most Likely reasons no one has formally announced is that As soon As he does the a leg pulling for Money will Gin in Earnest. Be new evidence of disaster at sea be Toroid till it freezes for pay increases Yow a a life boat found off Florida coast 3 to r Jupiter fla., nor. 4 a new evidence of a mysterious disaster at sea off the lower Florida coast swept into Shore today adding a new Puzzle to the two Day search for the identity of a vessel believed believed lost in Stormy weather. A life boat in Good condition. And still stowed with jacket Type life preservers was found at j hobe sound about five Miles North of Jupiter where yesterday j a six mile Long Oil Slick and bits of wreckage started an Tion. The Lifeboat bore no painted name on its exterior but inside near the Stern was a Copper plate engraved with the name a see sea Trade Union # from across the sound came the report that a negro caretaker told of seeing a Large Hulk of wreckage a was big As a House floating slowly North off the coast. Washington. Nov. Pm an american citizen serving with the Warsaw civil guards Josef Sadowski of Chicago has been executed by German authorities in now its i Roland plagued the state department received word last night that Sadowski had been convicted by a court martial of concealing arms and ammunition and was executed october 20. George Haering Consul at Warsaw cabled that he had been advised by German authorities that they did not know Sadowski was an american. Haering said he had concluded after an Independent investigation that the German account was not without he j added that polish civil guard a thormities told him they did not i learn of Sadowski a nationality i until after the execution. Sadowski was born in Poland. I in Chicago hts widow mrs. Stef Aniu Sadowski said upon learning of hts death that he had been an american citizen 2o years and had gone to Poland to liquidate an estate left by his father. Employment service has secured employment for 157 persons for month up the High Point office of that j North Carolina state employ Mon i service placed a total of 157 per sons in jobs during the month of october j a. Gawthrop office manager reported today. Of the total i 17 were placed to private jobs and to in Public employment. For the week ending today i total of 4 2 persons were placed a work. 41 of them in private Job and one in Public work. Or John Highsmith dentist announces the opening of offices at Lii n. Main Street Over Blands a phone 41328 Hickory Chapel revival continues through week the revival services Chieti have been underway at the Hickory Chapel Wesleyan methodist Chur Chapel Wesleyan methodist invest la Church since october 22 will continue for another week through november 12, it was announced today by Rev i. C. Stone pastor. The services Are being conducted by Rev. And mrs. Harold w. Baker of Marion ind. Mrs. Baker will speak at the sunday school hour sunday and or. Baker will preach at the regular services. Services will be held each night during the week at 7 30 of clock and the Public is invited to attend. Bethel quartet to sing at revival service Here Sheraton hotel Crill room banquet service the finest facilities for private dinners luncheons Bridge parties Etc. Special men it reasonably priced. Phone Steward or manager bb73 family finish in the to take should we Are Epport and torment of our profession but we can not there a free Wheeling in the packet line As girls strap on roller skates to patrol before a steel wares Plant in Toronto. Five Hundred employees struck for increased wages and c. I o. Union recognition. The Bethel quartet will furnish special music tonight at the closing service of a tent revival meeting which Rev. James Swinson has been conducting for the past three weeks at the Fairmont Park Community Between High Point and Thomasville. The service begins at 7 30. The quartet is composed of Bill Myers Christine copy mrs. Lester Hicks and Charlie Tobin. Mrs. Banks Murphy is pianist. The finest laundry service lint work. Wearing apparel. Minimum bundle. A jets available. He la. Inc la a phone 8803 j laundry hich Points Onty soft water laundry

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