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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 6, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page two the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina monday november 6. 1939 allies expected to use Gold assets in u. S. I n first buys France and England will strive to maintain Good vue hold american investments during Early prices purchasing stages Washington. Nov. 6�? up a government circles predicted today that Britain and France would use the sold portion of their estimated $5,000,000,000 assets in the United states for their first a Cash and carry purchases of american air planes and other War supplies. Initial Allied orders under the new neutrality Law have been est mated by some officials As High As $1,000,000,000 a All of which must be paid before the goods leave the country. Weather Post Pon pm St Kex la it Ted use of their american securities and other asset a expected to be postponed in the Hope of getting better prices and conserving As much As possible of their american investments. Bold which can he sold quickly at the United states Treasury at the fixed Price of $35 an ounce is the easiest method of payment. Furthermore the British and French already have perhaps As much As $500,000,000 in Gold deposited in new York and Canada. Officials Arentt worrying about the allies dumping their securities on american markets in any Way that might depress prices. A they Arentt crazy enough to sell in a Way that would reduce tile proceeds of the sales said one High official. American offices several officials expressed the opinion that the allies probably would it up relatively Small offices in Newyl Ork. Staffed with trained brokers who would sell securities in triblets whenever a Good Price appeared available. They also predicted that most of the sales would he made by direct negotiation with prospective buyers. Instead of through the new York Stork Exchange where tile transactions could he spotted by speculators. In the last War. J. A Morgan s private Hank handled the liquidation of British securities in this country hut it is not expected to do so this time. Industrial Progress is being made in some of the chinese con trolled areas of China. Relief at last Fryou rough or emulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to loosen germ Laden phlegm. Increase secretion and Aid nature to soothe and heal raw. Tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. No matter How Many medicines you have tried Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of or emulsion with the understanding that you Are to like the Way it quickly allays the cough or you Are to have your Money Back. Or emulsion for coughs Chest colds bronchitis North Carolina fair tonight and tuesday continued Cool tonight scattered Frost slowly rising temperature tuesday. South Carolina fair tonight and tuesday continued Chol tonight with scattered Frost slowly rising temperature tuesday. Georgia fair and continued Cool tonight Light scattered Frost in the Interior tuesday fair and slightly warmer winds Hatteras to Jacksonville moderate northerly winds fresh at times some distance off the coast partly overcast weather tonight and tuesday. Virginia pair tonight and tuesday. Light to heavy front tonight slightly warmer tuesday afternoon. Winds _ Sandy Hook to Hatteras diminishing Northwest and wast winds becoming southerly tuesday and fair weather tonight and tuesday. A a i Charlotte. N. A nov. 6�? api official weather Bureau records of the temperature and rainfall for the 24 Houri ending at 7 30 a. Rn., in the principal Cotton growing areas and else where station r fall Asheville. 40 27 .00 Atlanta. S3 33 of Augusta. 61 34 of Birmingham. Is 24 of Charleston. 63 31 of Charlotte. Is 2� of j Chicago. 47 32 of i Columbia. 61 29 .00 Denver. 5 42 of i Detroit. 47 34 of Evansville. Is 36 .00 Galveston. 61 47 .00 Greensboro. 52 27 02 Hatteras. 61 45 of i Jacksonville. 64 40 of key West. 75 62 of Little Rock. 61 31 of j los Angeles. 72 62 of Memphis is 29 of Meridian. 59 22 .00 Center Quot or. Smith goes to Washington Quot a James Stewart. Jean Arthur Edward Arnold. Eugene Pallette. Guy Kibbee. Today through wednesday. Feature at 12 00-2 20-4 40-7 00-9 20 also news with scenes of Duke tech and Carolina Penn football games. Broadhurst Quot Mutiny on the Blackhawk Quot a Richard Arlen Andy Devine Quot. Ends tonight with feature starting at 5 37-7 23-9 03. Paramount a Quot Bachelor Mother Quot a j longer Rogers and David Niven. Ends today feature at 3 53. 5 46, 7 39, 9 32. I Rialto a Chan in treasure Island Quot a Sidney Toler last Day at 4 18-6 02-7 46-9 30. Four recruited for u. S. Army service four men have been sent to various branches of the service from the local United states army i recruiting office during the past week. Fred f. Wiles sergeant in charge said this morning. The local offices quota now includes several vacancies in the air corps one for Hawaii and five for fort Bragg. No one will be accepted for air corps vacancies unless he is a High school graduate. The men accepted by the office during the past week were William David new Camp Grayson Greensboro for coast artillery Panama Dewey Rieson Liberty infantry Panama Carnuel Mason Poole. Jr., route three3 4th ordnance company fort Bragg Grady Kennedy 902 Smith Street coast artillery Hawaii. Leg perfection oct Juia Miami. 77 Mpi�-8tpis Mobile. 62 it. Mitchell. 19 new orleans61 new York. 48 Raleigh. 52 san Antonio. 72 san Francisco. 69 Spartanburg. 56 Tampa. 70 Washington. 42 Wilmington is 56 28 31 13 45 36 35 46 52 31 47 38 36 .00 oooo 00 .00 i 46 01 oooo oooo 86 .00 Frank Capra. Creator of Quot or. Dordi goo to Quot it happened one Quot you can t take it with you Quot and now. Danfelt named to succeed Leonard As band director special to the Linter Prate Asheboro nov. 6.�? Douglas Danfelt has been named As baud director for the local High school filling the Post recently a ated by Leonard. He asinine his duties immediately. Danfelt whose Homo is in Waynesboro pa., comes Here with the Best of recommendations. At one time he led his own band in Philadelphia and in addition has been a student at die Eastman school of music Rochester n. Y. And a member of the new York symphonic orchestra. Since the London a a bobbies donned tin helmets Many Call Otheni a tin hatted is with Claude rain Edward Arnold null Murst i is Dav it la he ski a Andy Devine Mutiny on the Black Hawk 3way of Relief headache when you Auffort from hrs dry. Neuralgia or Macular Ach Capulin re Lla a your Maory the req different ways. It quickly Calm pain. Soothe nerve. Urine delightful Comfort. A standby of hrad Chr aul Terera for the last 40 year. Cap Udine starts tomorrow that fighting Man from the West a George 0 Brien a in a fighting Gringo comedy a cartoon Rialto a Chan in the is he isl and with Sidney Toler of Sar Romero 25c look 25c biggest show value in town Al hot run feat in he wednesday l Paramour is Palace theatre 00 ii 0 00 Salem Street Mai of i ahle a enjoy Able coming tomorrow a Mountain rhythm with Gene Autry Western Star in person last times today espionage agent. With Joel Mccrea a bks Quot 15c 2 for 25c children. Thomasville a a 00 00 00 exc kit Tsai l Al is Ioc continued from editorial Page True College rivalry. And while it is not intended to do so such misunderstanding and the comments it produces serve to disrupt the High level of clean competitive spirit existing Between Duke and Carolina. We recognize that the maintenance of Complete Harmony Between two student bodies Loyal to their respective teams and spirited in their support of s Long standing rivalry presents certain difficulties. Occasionally a Small number of students on both campuses violate the standards observed generally by both student bodies and is no More characteristic of one than of the other. Between some neighbouring institutions it has been necessary to break off athletic Competition. And throughout the nation intercollegiate rivalry gives expression to the same Type of incidents for which we Are called poor sports. Speaking for the average Carolina student we can confidently say that we take Pride in the clean play which has been demonstrated by both teams Iii the Duke Caro Lina games. Likewise we believe we have a wholesome attitude towards Duke s football exploits. During the Rose Row i game and in other intersection Al games. Duke has had nowhere a More enthusiastic following than among Carolina students. The president of the Duke student body. Speaking in our Chape exercises this week expressed the appreciation of the Duke students for our support. We Are proud of the Progress which we have made through deliberate Effort to Foster a High Standard of cooperation Between Duke and Carolina in All branches of student life As student we approach this task fairly striving to preserve the balance of keen rivalry and fundamental Courtesy. We invite your cooperation in this Endeavor. Very truly yours Edward h m Koson. For the order of the Golden fleece University of n. Teff Snyder services Are conducted in City funeral services for Jeff Snyder of 1121 Grace Street High Point who died of a High Point Hospital saturday morning were conducted at Green Street Baptist Church at 3 of clock sunday afternoon by the pastor Rev c. N. Royal Aud Rev. Of l. Ruth i pastor of Pilgrim holiness Church. With a Large number of friends and relatives attending. Prior to the service tile body was in state from l 3o till the funeral hour. During the service the Church choir Sang Quot abide with me and a no night arg in Wood Sang a Sunrise the Many Beautiful Flowers were car-1 ried by the ladies from Belks store pallbearer were Norris Sal Mons James Sommers. Tom Hill i Louise Brown Clint Hall and Lacy i Rich All employees of the modern upholstering company interment i was in Oakwood services to begin at Brentwood presbyterian Chapel tonight at 7 30 revival services at the Brentwood presbyterian Chapel. 1900 East Green Street will begin this evening at 7 30. And continue through sunday november 12. It was announced today Rev. R. K. Davenport evangelist for die Synod of North Carolina Aud now living Iii Greensboro will do the preaching. Or. A Venison before entering the ministry was in the photography business in High Point. He is giving full Imp to evangelistic work Aud has or it ii very successful in meetings Pihiou ghost the state it is said. Frank Tucker will have charge of the music and special music will he furnished by members of the first presbyterian Church. J. H. Lancaster suffers fractured Kneecap As car crashes into tree apparently losing control of his j Light pick up truck. J. M. Lan i Caster 312 Louise Avenue crash Jed into a tree on the East Side of die 300 Block of South Wrenn Street this morning at la of clock and suffered a fractured Kneecap and flies injuries. He was taken to tile Hospital j for treatment in Yow s ambulance. I the i rut k. Travelling North Oil South Wrenn Street suddenly i veered up on the curb and crashed into the tree. The front of die truck was badly damaged j a conscious when taken to i the Hospital. Lancaster was unable to relate How the Accident i had occurred. H. Green qualifies to administer estate special to the Enterprise Greensboro nov. 6.�?h. Of Green High Point route two. Qualified today in the office of the clerk of court As administrator of the estate of w. W. Mclean who died August 4. The estate lists $1,000 personal property. Heirs Are four sons arid four daughters. Chicago produce Chicago nov. 6.�? vip a butter 649,833. Steady Creamery-93 score 29 4-30 92, 29 91, 28 4 90.9 27 4 89. 264 88. 25 4 90 centralized carlot 27 4-%. Egg 5.855. Steady fresh graded extra firsts 27 firsts 23 4 current receipts 21 refrigerator extras 18, standards 17 4. First 17. Lexington Man suffers fractured ankle in crash j. R. Harvey of Lexington suffered a compound fracture of the ankle and lacerations about the Fate when the ear in which he was Riding collided with a truck in front of the Archdale Post office this afternoon at 1 30 o clock. Or. Harvey a taken to the Guilford general Hospital by j Bow s ambulance and Given treat i ment. Officers Are investigating the j Accident and no arrests have been made. Flint remains in Bergen port continued from Page one Norway based her rejection of German protests Over release of the ship and detention of its i German Crew on the argument that International Law had been observed strictly in making the i decision. A communique described at motile length diplomatic exchanges i during the time the City of Flint was in norwegian territorial Waters both before she went to Murmansk soviet Russia and on her return toward Germany. U. S. May turn economic pressure against japs continued from pm us one the regular 19 49 session begins Jan. 3. There were general predictions a Bat problem relating to foreign affairs a including an expanded defense program a would have a major place in the 19 40 session inasmuch As the state depart i ment s denunciation of the commercial treaty with Japan becomes effective three w weeks after i Congress meet. Pittman embargo Resolution May be one of the first questions to be Ion tiered. Raleigh lawyer s Cash carry dream real these Are most perfect legs in Hollywood the physical culture foundation decided and awarded a cup to 21-year-old Virginia Gilmore. Marlene Dietrich came in fourth. German troops set Back after holding Island in Rhine River continued from Page one let Russia the Netherlands. Italy and the scandinavian and Balkan nations All pledged to i Trade exclusively among one an other. But even if the entire group joined the experts said it was doubtful whether the plan could prove fully successful since those i nations lacked sufficient amount of such prime materials a not Iton tin Aud Oil products. Capital shorts supreme Couri upholds holc continued from Page one i he abandoned to avoid Disori a nution against private agencies j i mks deliver chief Justice Hughes deliver i de the decision that affirmed a a ruling in favor of the Federal i government by the Maryland court of appeals no dissent was announced. �?ocongress.1 the chief Justice said a alias undertaken to safeguard the operations of the Home owners loan corporation by providing the described immunity. As we have said we construe this provision As embracing and prohibiting the tax in question. Since Congress had the constitutional authority to enact this provision it is binding upon this court As the supreme Law of the i the tribunal postponed until at least next monday a decision i on constitutionality of municipal ordinances prohibiting the distribution of Handbill or cd ecu a lacs. Enterprise Bureau sir Walter hotel lie any Averill Raleigh. Nov. 6.�?twenty-two year ago commissioner of agriculture w. Kerr Scott spoke to a Mason Boro audience and told i hearer of the a need of food to win the a Lay or so ago lie spoke there gain with Many of his former listeners again in die audience. Again his theme was hut Dies Lime lie stressed the Battle for agricultural with particular reference to the need for better marketing facilities. When Scott spoke in 1917 he was new Hanover a emergency club agent and within a very Short time after speech he had clothe for die regular army in listed to serve artillery. Till last time he a the head of North Carolina agr to u 11 ii the i department and Hopes dial there will he no War for him to tight except that Tor bettering agricultural condition in the state. A a a but on both occasion the Scott topic was War. In 1918 lie pit Lut de to the farm boys the necessity for production and described Faun products in terms of bullets tired at the enemy. For instance he said a one Bushel of potatoes is equivalent to 200 bullets shot at the this Dine he Salt the War is against inefficient marketing methods. Ile advised the use of Tho streamlined weapons of better packing better grading and better sorting of growers Are to his Mason Boro doffed civilian Khaki of the which he in with the held liquor litigation ends As 220 cases ordered confiscated by judge Gilliam special to the Enterprise Thomasville. Nov. 6. A Davidson county was Richer by $3,-500 Worth of assorted whiskies today following the signing of an order by judge a w. Gilliam of the Thomasville recorders court for the confiscation of 220 cases of Buquoi seized there several j months ago. G. A. Randall Driver j for Atlantic states motor lines charged with illegal transport Tiou of the liquor was released i after evidence had revealed that i the company received the ship a then t in Good Faith from a Eon j meeting Carrier in the regular course of its business. Judge cilium signed the confiscation order just after Randall s j release w Hen High request Tor i someone to claim ownership of die i w Hiskey remained unanswered. Neither the Atlantic motor Linos or Sharp motor lines who were caning the cargo when it was seized in High foil last february. Made any claim. Affidavits from both die Baltimore firm listed As consignor and the Atlanta firm listed As consignee on the Bill of lading denied All knowledge of the shipment. Thomasville authorities seized the whiskey soon after it left High Point following its release by a jury Here several months ago. Considerable litigation followed and trial of die Case was held up for some time by a temporary order. Signed by judge John h. Clement of tile 121ii judicial District restraining die judge sheriff and solicitor from proceeding with the trial judge Clement recently a fused to make the older Penna Lieut after hearing pug of die evidence Iii the Case. Under the pres Ftp Law Davidson county May Ell the liquor to state a r. # orcs. And receive the Money for county it. / intense sea warfare seen d. T u i As reaction to u. S. Action Browder turns heat continued from Page one United states had in effect made available vast War supplies for Germany a enemies the foreign office mouthpiece Deutsche diploma Tisch Politisch Korres Ponden declared the new Law places a serious responsibility a on president Roosevelt. This Semi official commentary contended that a desire a to buy profits with blood and the Prosperity of other Peoples was the Only consistent policy of a group of former War profiteers. Hitlers paper concurs Adolf hitlers Voelk seher to Ebacher expressed similar feelings. Headlining its editorial a Roosevelt yesterday and the newspaper said a the american president Roosevelt of saturday reached a goal toward which he has aimed unmistakably Ever since outbreak of the european War conjured tip by England he accomplished a change in the neutrality Law which the american people had Given themselves four year ago after most careful consideration x x the Berliner Monta sport directly blamed the president for lifting the Ems go. On against accuser Boston nov. 6.�? up a Earl Browder. Communist Leader under indictment for using a false name on a passport sought today an investigation of his accuser. Representative j. Parnell Thomas a no who he said was a himself sitting in Congress xxx under a making his first Public appearance since his release under bail. Browder called upon attorney general Frank Murphy in a speech last night to investigate Thomas. Browder declared Parnell was christened a John Parnell Feeney jr.,�?� and that he had been unable to find any record where the congressman had had his name changed in the courts. Brands repeal of embargo As move to cover profit seeking continued from Page one near the fire of War xxx. Under the mask of neutrality they become Rich on military supplies. Bourgeois interested a the american Bourgeois very interested in further developing the War repeal the embargo on the Export of arms in order to secure huge profits to the King of the munitions Industry the manifesto signed by the internationale executive committee. Urged the workers of the world to unite to a defend the chinese people to go against those who favor continuation of War and unmask them As Helper of imperialist. Wives and mothers were told to a demand that their sons come Back from the Britain and France were accused of oppression in India. Indochina and Arabia and of Quot keeping half the world in the Chain of colonial Italy stalking Quot the italian Bourgeois Waits Only for a convenient moment to throw itself on the oppressed and have it share of the Britain and France the manifesto said Are trying to involve the Balkans in War but it declared Russia will a a disturb this plan. Asru Sia embarked of the Gigantic Celebration of the revolution a finnish delegation waited on the sidelines a series of vital talks with soviet officials apparently temporarily suspended. Win the War against inefficiency in preparing their farm products or Market. Raleigh s american legion Post has secured showing of a to i in of the legion a Chicago National convention. It will be unpeeled in the memorial auditorium on thursday night november 9. It is Likely that this will be the film s Only showing in North Carolina and Garland e. Bobbitt commander of the local Post is issuing a cordial Uvita Tion to All legionnaires and sex service men to attend i hut Aday s show which will Las nearly an hour. Philly tastes clean election guards to protect polls As City makes first vote after purge Philadelphia nov. Pm a statement that a Strong Arm Quot gangs might be imported to intimidate party workers brought orders today for extra guards at i tomorrows municipal election in which a clean government is a j major Issue and control of the City j government is at stake. In a letter to director of Public safety James h. Malone. Harry c. Tarrington. Chairman of the democratic Campaign committee a Aid he had been informed of a purported scheme to hire a gang to a a slug committeemen in the 20th Ward. Precautions taken Tarrington asked that every precaution be taken to prevent Quot any occurrences which would constitute a blot upon the fair name of simultaneously u. S. Attorney j. Cullen Ganey advised the United states marshal s office to assign deputies to patrol the fourth congressional District where a successor is to be elected to the late congressman j. Burrwood Daly. District attorney Charles f. Kelley announced he would keep his office open for the purpose of a protecting citizens and advising them of their Legal and franchise rights and a special election court anticipating a flood of complaints. Arranged to sit All Day. Purged purged within the last month of 36,64 3 alleged a a phantoms and duplicates the City registration lists included 1.u19.489 persons including approximately 565.40u republicans Aud 428,300 democrats qualified to vote tomorrow. Candidates for mayor former judge Robert k. Lamberton Republican and City controller Robert c. White. Democrat a both have promised in Campaign speeches to bring about Economy in steadily mounting City government costs. F late James h. Pot wrote letter to Cooley urging support of such Bill Washington nov. 6.�? up it a ideas and views about american neutrality in time of War abroad expressed five years ago by the late James h. Pou Well known Raleigh. N. C., lawyer came to fruition in the administration s new Quot Cash and carry neutrality Law. Pou in a letter written to representative Cooley dec in june 193 4, when Cooley was a candidate for Congress suggested that upon entering Congress he espouse legislation to place Sale of american supplies to belligerents on a a Cash and carry Quot basis and to bar american ships from entering War zones. Pm Blish de letter Cooley who succeeded pour i brother the late representative Edward w. Pou in Congress published the letter in the congressional record. The Raleigh lawyer visioning War Quot within the next two or three years a wrote in 1934 Quot i think a great self contained nation like ours can Well afford to say that of our customer choose to fight among themselves while it is a matter of great regret to us in order that we May not be involved. In the trouble we will forego trading with them except upon a Cash and carry basis. Quot if any of the belligerents wish to Trade with us will bring the Money and come after our product we will be glad to sell to them on this Side but we will not undertake delivery on the other Side nor will we sell on foreign Trade Light Pou pointing out that at that time Only one tenth of the nations Trade was foreign said America could easily maintain neutrality a if we do not undertake to Trade in the War zone either with the belligerent or with their close a if we undertake to enforce strict technical Neutral right unless an effective blockade be maintained against that country this is a recognized right then i feel that we will almost inevitably be drawn into the next foreign War even though we desire to maintain the letter continued. Cooley declared the new Cash and carry Law conformed a in ail respects a with the ideas expressed by Pou a Famou North Carolina trial lawyer. This week is american education week and plan have been Laid for a general Observance of the week throughout North Carolina under auspices of patriotic civic and fraternal organizations. The Raleigh City Council of Parent and teacher for example. Is sponsoring the Observance Here and with the cooperation of other organizations will present the following daily topics monday education for self realization tuesday a education for human relationships wednesday education for economic efficiency thursday education for civic responsibility Friday cultivating the love of learning saturday a education for Freedom. Revocations of Drivers licenses in North Carolina have reached a total of 24,755 including those permits taken away last week. Ai cording to reports from the Highway safety division. News of coloured people mrs. Garvie c. West rites performed sunday morning funeral services for mrs. Gar vie c. West 32. Wife of c a West of Guilford county whose death occurred Ai Piedmont memorial Hospital Greensboro sunday morning at 5 45 o clock were conducted at Buchanan Baptist Church East of Greensboro at 3 30 of clock this afternoon by the pastor. Rev j. B. Clifton Rev. A. A. Walker pastor of the Bessemer Baptist Church Glenwood. Burial followed of the Church cemetery surviving in addition to her husband Are her parents or. And or. James a. Clifton of Guilford county five Sisters mrs. Dorothy Marsh of High Point. Or w. L. Alridge and or. S. M. Capps both of Greensboro mrs. M. K. Rankin and mis Estelle Clifton both of Guilford county Aud six Brothers. B e. Clifton of High Point. H. B. Clifton of Durham w. S. And a. B. Clifton both of Greensboro. A j. Clifton of Asheboro and h. P. Lifton. Of Guilford county governor Clyde r. Hoey is going to Wear a powdered wig at the Fayetteville Celebration of the sesquicentennial of North Trolina s ratification of the Constitution. Watch gut new Castle Catron now Castle High school agriculture teacher went to a jeweler to get his watch and Learned a Young Man already had paid tin $4.50 repair Hill on it. He also had taken the w atch. Handle with Are Kansas City a police chief l. Breed has asked officers to be More careful in handling department cars and motorcycles. Eighteen of them were involved in accidents last month right at the height of a police Safe driving Campaign too. Open Hoise Day at Leonard Street tuesday Leonard Street school will observe american education week with programs today. Wednesday thursday and Friday at 11 the principal feature of the Observance however will be a open House Day Quot on tuesday culminating with die regular p. T. A. Meeting at 7 30 in the evening. For the . A. Meeting Parent and friends Are asked to meet at 7 30 in order that they might spend thirty minutes visit i lug the Home rooms of the Chil j Dren Aud inspect the work done. At 8 o clock a program will he Given in the auditorium by the dramatic club. Its theme will Center around a comparison of the schools of today with those of yesterday. Quot tag Day will be observed Friday. Parent night at William Penn thursday in its Observance of american education week William Penn will again sponsor a Parent night which will he thursday a Selling Al tills time parents Aud others interested in the work of the schools Are asked to come to die school to see the student in action. Programs will he Given today. Wednesday and Friday at 11 30 o clock. To each of these die Public is extended a cordial invitation. Bankhead to speak Washington nov. 6.-�? a a speaker Bankhead said today he would make an address at the j University of North Carolina on november 18 at the dedication of a new Chapel. Driver exonerated Oxford nov. 6. Pic a Granville county coroners jury today decided dial William Wilson 70, was hit and fatally injured by a truck saturday As the result of a this own the Driver of the truck was exonerated. Brooks memorial honors pastor and wife Rev. And or. R. Sharp were honoured Friday evening at an informal reception Given for them in the Brooks memorial Parish House by ladies Aid Circle i. It was Given in recognition of Rev. Sharpe s return to Brooks memorial methodist Church and was a Complete Surprise to him. Autumn Flowers gave an effective setting to the reception and other decorations emphasized the approaching thanksgiving. During the veiling a Short program was rendered followed by the serving of a refreshing repast. At the conclusion of the program the Circle presented a handsome hag to or. Sharpe a purse of $32.so to Rev. Sharpe end a Beautiful picture to or. Cosely Thompson elide president. Junior High observing a educational week Quot the local Junior High school along with other schools in the City and throughout the nation is observing american education week. The principal and other member of the faculty for tin reason Are urging parents to visit a Junior High Quot during the week in order that they May see their children engaged in the various Seho ool activities it is announced that on tuesday night designated As parents night there will be a Brief program at 7 30 o clock in the school auditorium. Following this the visitors will be conducted by students to the various rooms where they May meet and talk with each Quot Home Roonie teacher. Automobile overturns and bursts into flames firemen were called out last night just before 9 of clock to extinguish a fire that broke out m the car of Lonnie Harris 707 Day ton Street when it overturned on a curve in the 60u Block of East Lexington Avenue. Harris escaped serious injury and firemen extinguished the Blaze before die car was badly burned. Gasoline spilled along the Street also flamed up but did no damage. Tired a run Down make a a a Date at any drug store with . Entertain the a Date Quot at every meal for a while. You will be happily surprised How soon you will begin to enjoy your food and begin to feel better. Check your condition to see it ii not due to organic causes or a focal infection. So frequently worry overwork to of sleep and a lagging appetite help break Down the vitality of the blood. Full directions and the . Formula Are on each bottle. Untold m a Lions have been benefited. If your Ca is not unusual you will notice an improvement at once. Why not make this the Day to begin an . Course cd treatment. No ethical druggist hid offer a substitute for the time tested scientifically appraised .-a ionic a Muir acts Aud appetite. Cd

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