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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 8, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise sunday. November 8. 1925 Pai j. A. Charge of office of Hollywood co. High Point now has its first Hollywood by the sea a offices a we before and after a a in. 7. X. Latimer a native of Greenville county. South Carolina who comes to High Point As manager of the first Hollywood by the sea office Here is an old newspaper Man having established the first newspaper Williston South Carolina Ever had. While in Greenville or. Latimer was associated with the Parker Cotton Mills company where he held various positions with messes. Lewis w. And Thomas f. Parker. On leaving Greenville in 1913, or. Latimer was connected with the Industrial department of the International committee y. M. C. A. In new York City leaving there to return to his native state in 1914 just before the breaking out of the world War. On his return to South Carolina he entered one of the oldest firms in Western South Carolina of which his father in Law a. M. Kennedy recently senator from Barnwell county is the head. This firm w. H. Kennedy and son established by Captain w. H. Kennedy at the close of the War Between the states is a Large department store and general mercantile establishment. Or. Latimer organized and was editor and owner of the Williston Way until he sold this weekly newspaper a few months ago. He built it up to an eight Page All Home print weekly ranking in editorial. News and advertising among the leading weeklies of South Carolina. Or. Latimer is still connected with his mercantile business in Williston and was through the furniture department of this business brought in close Contact with High Point so when the Hollywood realty company offered him several of the larger towns of North Carolina he quickly chose High Point feeling that it is destined to become one of the largest and most important towns of the South. The Hollywood land and Witer company represented by the Holly company represented by the Hollywood realty company is the magic development of Joseph w. Young and the fact that this largest of the Florida developments has chosen High Point As Headquarters for this Section of Guilford and All of Randolph and Montgomery counties proves their belief in the future of Carolinas most important Industrial City. The Hollywood offices Are located in the new Penny building with ground floor Entrance on West Washington Street and the Holly Vais amp to Ltd from its role As in agent of death and destruction in which it exacted a terrible toll during the world War the one time tank of the battlefields in different Guise today is an agent of Progress. On the farm and in the City it has been utilized As a powerful Arm of Industry. During the Long years of the world War tank and tractor brought to mind the Argonne the Meuse Verdun and other famous centers of Battle. The toll these messengers of death exacted was enormous. Today they in their original form Are harbingers of peace Prosperity and Progress As they Are utilized on the farm and in the City. In various lines of Industry. A among the most popular recreational features of High Point this fall and Winter. Local men return from Hunting trip to Pamlico sound is a prescription for colds Grippe flu Dengue bilious fever end malaria. It kills the germs. George w. Lowe Van Sheetz and Herb Cox Are Back from a Duck Hunting trip to Pamlico sound. Sixty five ducks Tell the Story of a successful expedition into that famous Hunting Section. George and Van have derided that the outstanding feature of the trip was not the fact that they killed 65 ducks hut the fact that a Herb Cox Learned How to tree a Herb wounded a Duck and not to be undaunted he followed the fowl and Brough him Down with his trusty gun. The High Point men were accompanied on the trip by l. D. T. Cox of Drexel. Sunshine work brings sunshiny smiles Sunshine service the is no Boundary v. To Sunshine services Sunshine service Only used in Plant. Sunshine service soft water is the Sunshine in Bright Sunshine trucks brings Sunshine and smiles into your neighbourhood. Sunshine service laundry desired in a hurry comes to your Home or hotel almost before you commence to expect it. Sunshine service we love our work and our big Job of making More friends. Sunshine service we want you As our Friend wont you let us serve you one time a a As a trials gtd us your weekly laundry or your suit or your dress let us prove Sunshine service to you. Phone 393 this French girl causes editor to Eli a a Channel service from i Ondon Toulouse and pyrene. The British it is recalled last year declined to consider a Tunnel scheme after opponents of the scheme bad expatriated on the dangers of a War time invasion by that route. Shorter and shinier is the Rule for shingled hair in Paris As illustrated by the longer and lighter models which were wearing creations for the mid season now on display a the most fashionable dressing houses. Women who have been looking to Paris to answer the question of How to Wear their hair May note there Are very very few Long haired girls among the models. Only natural was. And few of these lend themselves to the lightly dressed Heads of mannequins. A a la undulation Permanente a the too per cent permanent wave of the United states is not to be seen among them. A stage silence of a Quarter of a Century has been broken by Crock considered Europe a greatest pantomime is. For 25 years he has not spoken on the stage but now he is appearing in a revue at the Palace theater in Paris and Speaks Many lines in French and English and sings in both languages. Crock is a Swiss and one of the few notable clowns that country has produced. His Swiss nationality was a great help to him during the War As he was Able to Plav in the music Halls of All the countries at War and the fact that his act con Ainard no speech made it possible for him to be understood in any country. Listen kiddies did you know old Santa was coming to City of interest to the kiddies of High Point is the announcement that old Santa Claus is to pay a pre Christmas visit to this City. A message received Here yesterday conveyed the news that Santa will arrive in High Point on an Early train on the morning of saturday november 21. He is coming from the North and in All probability will spend several Days Here meeting a few of High Points youngsters. Santa a message stated that he would bring a gift for every High Point child who will meet him at the station. He also announced that while Here he will make his Headquarters at Rowland a toy shop. Which is to open on North main Street next saturday. Five people Here Albert Trotter is sleep in one bed making Good Here As a scoutmaster welfare Board appeals for Aid for this poverty stricken family High pointers who want to hear the Story of poverty May get it from mrs. W. C. Hammond executive Secretary of the Board of Public welfare Here. She told it to a reporter for the Enterprise yesterday. Last week mrs. Hammond went into a Home Here to investigate reports of need. There she found a family of five the father Mother and three children. The House Nold furnishings consisted of a stove a bed. Two chairs a Box a pan and a lard bucket nothing More. A it is hard to believe it a said mrs. Hammond. A yet it is a True the welfare worker returned to her office called in a reporter and issued an Appeal for help for this family. The bread Winner for the Home the father works Only two or three Days a week and his loved ones have scarcely sufficient food to keep alive. Mrs. Hammond asks High pointers to Supply household furnishings and cooking utensils for this family. A and i might add that we have similar cases every week a a said the welfare worker. A the fortunate people of High Point done to know what some families Here have to go through Oak Hill boys who Are under him say there is none better Enterprise want ads bring Quick results improve your complexion by using Greene a Benzoin Cream keeps face and hands from Chipping. Gentlemen find it delightful after shaving. For Sale at drug stores. 30c bottle a i wish you would write something about Albert Trotter and the splendid work he is doing with the boy scouts at Oak said a woman acquainted with the circumstances to a reporter for the Enterprise yesterday. Then she told the Story of the Success which has met Albert Trotter s efforts As scoutmaster in that Section of the City or. Trotter is giving much of his time to this work. He has organized the youngsters into a splendid group of scouts. The boys gave an entertainment Friday night and realized a few dollars to be used for their organization. Or. Trotter and the boy scouts meet every wednesday night learn something about the boy scout organization Exchange ideas and unfold to each other their problems. A splendid band of boys Are these Oak Hill scouts. Enterprise want ads bring Quick results Capitol monday and tuesday a stirring Western Bill Patton in a fangs of Fate Broadway monday and tuesday the son took Over the father s business and the father took Over the son s girl and ? a Paris declares War on tin Low shoe which is now so Iii Vogue Paris nov. 7.�? apr a picture of a French girl of the present Day is Given by the woman editor of one of the leading Paris dailies who apparently is not in favor of the More extreme modern modes. She writes a a i have just seen an astounding object which i was assured was a woman. Head shaven a monocle above the knee a fur Garter which was As useless As the rolled silk stocking which failed to reach it a dress of the scant est its shape null impertinence great conversation freely interspersed with oaths and tobacco smoke. A a since seeing her i regret i have advocated Short hair Short skirts and sports for a High shoes for lows is the newest slogan designed to set fashionable women on tip toe. The Paris Shoemakers have sworn to end the Vogue of the Low shoe and Hope to introduce a Vogue for very High russian style boots made of a wonderful new Snake skin is one of the novel materials offered but it is doubtful whether even this will be Able to prevail against the effect produced by pretty Ankles encased in silk stockings. The so called arbiters of fashion have been powerless in Paris for the last few years women of taste flouting their decrees at will. During the air raid epoch a Nan Nette and Rin tin tiny were infallible mascots against Shell and bomb and few parisians or Parisi Ennes were without these twin doll deities made of coloured Wool. The Man who originated the idea made a million francs or so by it. Now he has revived it to preserve automobile its fortunate enough to own sedans from skidding and bumped fenders. The automotive Mascot is suspended in the rear window far All to see. The favorite form has for head and feet Ordinary peanuts. The j body is composed of ribbons and a velvets in striking colors. I soft Felt hats for men Are higher i in France this autumn both in Crown and Price. Nevertheless Felt i hats Are everywhere in evidence and the Derby or a Bowler a hat is practically extinct. The height of style is brim turned Down in front. In order to lie Able to turn Down the brim Bow Ever and escape the appearance of Slouch iness the hat must be of the i Best material and a Man must be Rich in order to afford to look Fash i Honable. J agitation for a Tunnel under the i English Channel has been revived encouraged perhaps by the prospects of an Era of peace As a result of the Locarno conference or perhaps merely by the Prospect of bad Channel Crossings this Winter. The French Channel Tunnel committee has asked the London Paris and Toulouse Chambers of Commerce to renew pressure for construction of such a Tunnel with a View of linking London to Gibraltar with direct railway service by orpheus All this week Guy amp Elsie Johnson presents the a Dolly dimples girls with 6 big vaudeville acts Crider amp Crider in a Day at the circus Sutton amp Sutton the musical wonders Johnson amp tie Dell singing and dancing Harry French amp Guy Johnson two funny fools Billie Henderson the minstrel boy Dolly dimple Quot singing chorus of fashion flappers Complete change of program on monday wednesday Friday and saturday american Friday and saturday november 13�?14 big fashion show will be staged in connection with the metro Goldwyn production a a slave of fashion Beautiful Coats wraps gowns and lingerie will be exhibited by Point girls selected from society beauties High done to miss this the event of the season the costumes shown were selected by mrs. Wagger of daggers ladies shop on her recent trip to new York j american vaudeville supreme b. F. Keith program monday and tuesday b a american orchestra popular selections no on the screen by comedy kilograms k a Jones 4k Hull in a a what a up added attractions Kostek and �?opeggy1 a a pals most dangerous of women the talker ii Harry Downing assisted by miss Elinore Carpenter in a Madam Ritzky by Harry w. Conn time of shows 7 30 and 9 00 Headliner a Stan Stanley prohibition laughs women a suite ago Joe Kane on stage Julia Keller and Stan Stanley in audience spec Lal feature a Geo. S. Fredericks amp co. A the conductor Scenic spectacular comedy with Novelty train effect. Admission matinee Box a. 50t orchestra. 35c Balcony .25c evening Box seats .75c orchestra. 05c Balcony. 50c i report received from Charlotte yesterday is this week s Keith Bill i illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhllllllllilllllllllllllllllrr1 the american theatres guarantee to you by our new policy you Are guaranteed that every picture shown at the american Are the Verv Best obtainable. Of after seeing the picture you Are not satisfied please Call at Box office and your Money will be cheerfully refunded. We Are taking this Means to assure you that every picture will he extremely carefully selected and a super production in every sense of the word. The american orchestra will accompany each picture. Wednesday and thursday a the unholy three with Lon Chaney Mae Bush and Matt Moore Friday and saturday a a slave of fashion with Norma Shearer and Lew Cody

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