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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 19, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Section a b local news Amu want ads us this Section the High Point ent Section b local news and Wani ads in this Section vol. 55�?no. 323 Mem her associated chess High Point n. C., sunday Mohning november 19, 1939 Complete Nea service prick Mil cents Chest funds allocated to agencies Allen Jay school to dedicate new gymnasium by John Mebane a Mich ado Aho t nothing is quite so Blank As i Blank Sheet of paper. 5 on sit Iowa at a typewriter and stare at a Blank piece of paper and ind nothing in the world quit so discouraging. You is and sit and think and think and after a while you write the first word. There already the paper looks Dover As if it was cloth a hit it a had a hat on or one shoe at Oast. Finally you finish the first sentence and you look hark at the paper and you Sec that it now has on a shirt and Necktie As Well As a shoe. By superhuman Effort depending of a outs to some extent upon your mood you finish an entire Para o aph. And w hat does it look like just like this one. And fou Haven to said a word. But the thing la that you be to get started. After All. You can t sit at a typewriter All Jay Long simply staring it in the face with an impoverished and utile expression on your own. A to you Start out and finally whether you believe it or not. Tom stumble across something to Lay rather you find that you Are writing something whether its it of any great importance or not last week for example i stat Ted out writing and managed 0 fill tip a column and a few minutes after the papers had a Een delivered sunday morning. 1 minor War. The Battle raged luring the week. Subsiding nightly As this week end Drew tear. While pm on this subject incidentally let me thank All of iou who called who wrote and who came to be me flt it Yoni raiment. The Issue s settled. A an idea at t a i from a contributor comes the f. Low inc int of a i found this clipping see below it in an old Farmers almanac. From the looks of the ourt every monday i think it Rould be a Good idea to use in his City. What do you think Quot and Here is the clipping entitled a if you must drink Quot to the married Man who Annot get along without his drink the following is suggested is a solution of the bondage of his habit Quot i. Start a Saloon in your own Tome. �?~2. Be your own customer foil have no License to pay �?~�?~3. Give your wife two dollars a buy a Olton of whiskey and member there Are ninety six rinks in a gallon. "4, buy your drinks from none Tut your wife. When the first Allon is gone she will have even dollars and sixty cents to it in the Bank and two dollars 0 Start in business again. "5. Should you live ten years and buy Boose from her then in with snakes in your boots he will have enough Money to Ury you decently educate your Hildren buy a House and lot Larry a decent Man and quit linking about you Quot a a a pm a Mamm i for four years now i have ailed for an Opportunity to wit is another Duke Carolina foot All game and when you read his i will have gone and the ame will be Over. What the re ult at the moment of this wrung i do not know. Loyal As a1 ays to Alma Mammy i have laced my boots upon Carolina 1 mean the shoes that Are so ight i can to Wear them any Ray and if i should go Down a defeat i Shat at least have lie satisfaction of knowing that Aday i will he out of reach of la those who would hold me up o Acorn and derision. In Case however the tar heels should in i will be tempted to return o High Point to vent my own Nighter upon those who would ave laughed at me. Aaa Vorse Kai i Wilt k Well folks Hack again to he old per Fesse r with lit Ltd Ron guesses. Still hitting too or cent Correct which is a Good Lereen Tage in anybody Slan Page. All set Here Are next reeks picks Dairy to whip Cream Block Unsderfer to beat the land. Vehicle to run Over pedestrian gent to tie shoe Painter to Whitewash House Hammer to smash Finger awful to take salts and now for a few easy ones team Over rated soldiers Over seas Smith Over slept grossly Over rated Mebane Over worked can Over turned government Over thrown funeral services or mrs. Cranford funeral services for mrs. Hannah c. Cranford of Denton who died at the Home of her son l. Cranford of 211 Thurston Street were conducted by Rev. George l Curry Church pastor. And Rev. J. T. Bowman a former pastor. A Short service was held at the Home with Rev James rink of High Point off dating. Burial followed in the Denton Day cemetery. Pallbearers were Irving. Cranford. Porn 1 Hatton it or it Hatton Marvin Kivett a e spell and Charles Craven. New building built by spa and Community exercises to be held next tuesday afternoon picture on Page to Sec. B Allen Jay High schools Beautiful and spacious new gymnasium will be dedicated next tuesday afternoon at 5 of clock in joint exercises to be participated in by officials of the works Progress administration Guilford county and the school District. Representing a Cost of $49,-536. Spa and sponsors funds. The native Stone building is equipped with an overhead heating system and showers and lockers for both boys and girls. It also contains two classrooms and the schools Library. To the total Cost of the building. The county of Guilford contributed $3,000, and the Community donated $2,000, together Jeanne Welty will appear for lecture lyceum 8peakkr eminent Mel dramatist on College lyceum serie program Jeanne Welty recognized by critics As one of americans Foremost Mon dramatists will appear at High Point College in Roberts Hall on Friday november 24, at 8 15 . As the third person to appear on the institutions 1939 40 lyceum series consisting of diversified lectures by eminent persons. Preceding miss Welty on the lyceum series have been or. Gerald Wendt director of science and education at the new York i worlds fair and internationally known lecturer and writer on i scientific subjects and Earle i Spicer baritone who is considered As America s Foremost i Ballad Singer and is in tarnation j ally famous As a concert and j radio Singer. Booked to appear i Here on february 7 following j miss Welty is James ii. Hep jeans 1,Ron fatuous criminologist. Be Welty. Nationally known a tree i with equipment and some of the Mel dramatist who will a a an incorporation of the Hest Pear at High Point College for features of the dramatic Mono Kite together with the action building material. Sea Boh Ite program. A a an elaborate program is being thud in a so is of Luttum planned for the dedicatory exercises. The sponsoring Guilford Hoard of county commissioners will accept the Structure from spa officials. Representing the county will he George f. Stansbury chairman of the Board and commissioners j. W. Burke of Gibsonville r. Flake Shaw of Greensboro Joe f. Hoffman of High Point and r. Causey of Julian. Spa will turn the building Over to. T h e county officially through Hen l. Bobbitt spa director of operations. Also representing the Federal government will be Captain e. W. Cole of Winston Salem spa area Engineer. The Hillding is the 80th spa gymnasium to be constructed and an average of 4 8 men worked on the project for several months. It is considered one of the finest structures of its kind for a Rural school in the state. A Barbecue supper will be served beginning at 5 30 o clock and this will he followed by the first athletic event to be held in the gymnasium a a father son. Mother daughter basketball contest. District c. E. To have rally sunday the annual rally of the Central District Union of the North Carolina Endeavor will he held sunday afternoon at 2 of clock at the Archdale friends Church it was announced this morning by District president Jay Hendricks. The keynote address will in delivered by Rev. Tom a. Sykes of Thomasville. Rev. O. L. Easter of Lebanon methodist Church this City will Lead the devotional period. The senior intermediate and Junior groups will meet separately later to discuss individual problems. All members in the District have been requested to attend the rally a which District off Cera will be installed. Programs. Building value drops for week permits total for period building activity during the past a somewhat below no Twenty five permits the office of the 13,091 the City dropped with the issued through building initial Quot tobacco Road a chalks up 2,553 Broadway performance Spertor involving a total expenditure for building and repair of $13,091. Largest permit of the week went to j. Harold Stout for the construction of a one Story residence on Wellington Street estimated to Cost $4,200. General contractor is j. W. Coltrane. R c. Sprinkle secured permit to build a dwelling on Avery Street a one Story Structure to Cost $2,500. For non residence construction the Carolina veneer company was Given a permit to make a $1,000 addition to its Plant on Courtesy Road. D. W. Hunter will build a new ice Plant estimated to Cost $1,200, on Ward Street Between silk Street and the h. P. T amp i. Railroad. Other permits issued Dur inn the week were r. B. Gill hath room at 1405 East Green Street $155. Walter Dorsett repairs to garage at 610 Gurley Street $k0. Seborn Perry remodel building at 116 East High Street for postal Telegraph company $462. M. H. Harmon repair garage at 1423 Tryon Street $25. Robbie Ganaway re roof residence at 718 Fairview Street. $25. E. M. Shipman repair front and Side porch on dwelling at 535 Parkway $50. J. Harold Stout build garage on Wellington Street $150. R. A. Elliott repaint residence at 405 Redding Street $165. J. Kaneer paint residence at 508 Woodrow Avenue $300. J. Welch estate repairs at 129-31 South Wrenn Street $50. Mrs. E. E. Cub right add Bath room at 119 East Washington and Brilliant costuming of the legitimate theater to give the effect of a regular stage play though it is enact d by a single person with one voice carrying the entire dramatic action. Authentic mistimed authentic costumes Many of which have been designed especially for her Vogue Magazine characterize All of miss Welty programs. She writes As Well As products her own programs Imu thus achieves the triple role of authoress actress and producer. Miss Welty who is the daughter of congressman Benjamin f. Welty of Lima Ohio a studied with such distinguished teachers As Ralph Bellamy Isaac \ an Grove. Constance c Frances Robinson Duft. Performed leading roles productions As Quot the Quot she Stoops Conquet merry wives of winds Quot Windemere a fan played Quot the m Adonna Reinhardt a California i of Quot the Sho performing these roles she launched her career As a Mono dramatist which has been made i popular the world Over by such great performers As Cornelia Otis Skinner and Ruth Draper. As a hobbyist miss Welty is the possessor of several famous i Antiques owning a wooden Cross carved in the year 1 445 by Furth unman of Spain and a family Bible printed entirely by hand and dating from 1536. Her antique collection also includes la ancient fans one of which belonged to a great grandmother who was As a child kidnapped by j the indians and held captive for i several months and another fan of Spanish origin is More than 150 years old. 11-19-39 City Council. Hears controversy Over. Whether City shall allow Oil distributing company basement for pipe line. Advice of is sought panel series will be held attorney general by commissioners ask Kitling on fire fighting proposal amounts asked ten i nits participate in $14,408.50 budget for year the to participating agencies sharing funds of the Community Chest will have to carry on their operations during the fiscal year on about 85 per cent of the original amounts asked according to the first official statement issued last night since the annual Campaign for the Chest was conducted Here in Early october. Following meetings during the week of both the budget and executive committees announcement was made that the total amount received in Cash and pledges is $44,408.50, or approximately $3,000 Short of the Goat of $47,352 set up by the budget committee As representing the minimum needed by the different agencies. Allocation to the ten units will he made on a pro rata basis with the exception of the family and children a Bur-1 eau. Which originally was set to a receive $4,000 for its first a a a of operation a total of $2,513 j was allocated to that Agency i since the executive committee Felt that by the time a suitable director is secured and the unit it into operation that amount will carry it through the remainder of the year. Two a ism Meh added two other agencies placed into the Chest this year for the first time Are the social service Exchange and the transient fund totalling $934. Agreement was reached this week to have the salvation army take care of the needy transients and Hope was expressed that the Community will cooperate to directing those actually needing help to the army Headquarters on South main Street. In arriving at the approximation of 85 per cent of the actual funds in hand for operating the units the executive committee listed $3,561 for shrinkage. Bringing the final amount available to $40,847. Despite the fact that the Campaign this year fell 15 per cent Short of the total amount asked for. Officials of the Chest Are pleased with what they term a growing Public support for the social agencies. Comparison with the year 1938-39 and the present year. They say. Supports their belief. In 1938, when the budget estimated the combined needs to be approximately $4too Only $28,000 was secured. If y committee named to arrange for Cio state meet several members of the City j i schools faculty selected from tie j different schools will conduct the j second panel discussion of the year tuesday evening at the Junior High school when the topic111� i for consideration will he Quot what Are the general alms and objectives of education a a member of the body told the invitations have been issued to j Enterprise last night that the the various civic organizations i county attorney had already and already advised by the county attorney that no Law exists authorizing the Purchase of firefighting equipment the Guilford Board of county commissioners now awaits an opinion by the at Toiney general on questions of liability damage compensation and financial allotments before Mak a decision on a proposal to i heir give Rural residents fire Protection. Knox Friddle have to walk $16. A at to new York. Nov. 18.�?</p five months late. Quot tobacco Road i Street $225 a the hardiest perennial of them a c m Brown build garage on ally celebrated its title of longest Kurt Ruy g Reet. $100. Running Broadway play tonight i Clarence Veach re roof rest chalking up its 2,533rd perform Denre Al 503 Fah pm it a Street Ance. $u9 the play five months ago. Actually overtook its nearest competitor for the title a Abie s Irish Lexington Avenue $s7s. Rose a which played 2,327 times1 on Broadway and k. L. Shipwash make addition to residence at 117 East 205 performances in various Heaters in Brooklyn and other boroughs. A a a Dunn Farmer killed Dunn. Nov. 18. Up a j. Washington Hodges 71, retired Dunn Farmer was killed tonight when struck by an automobile. A coroners jury said the Accident was unavoidable. Florida in was Miami Miami fla., nov. 18�? up a Florida a awakened gators Rode Hack to the state collegiate football championship tonight on the Strong right Arm and driving leg of Sophomore Tommy hat risen. N. A i and other interested citizens of High Pointer chosen j the cloy to attend the panel and on labor committee to participate. Indications Are appointment of a committee that a Large number of citizen to arrange for an Early const will he on hand. Miss Elizabeth Tut ional convention of the Cio Munroe of the Junior High school state Industrial Union Council j faculty is chairman of the panel. Was announced today by k. L. Sandefur regional director Pur Suant to a Resolution requesting i such action adopted at a recent j Cio conference. J under tentative arrangements j the convention will he held Early j in february and will be composed of delegates representing Cio affiliates in a variety of industries and callings through out North Carolina. A Large committee from which will be named a number of sub committees will he charged with the duties of making Complete i plans for the convention to he held in a centrally located City. The committee which will later the vehicles for pol Erv Vised the Board that no authority exists under state Laws for the Purchase by counties of fire fight-1 have to use their own tag equipment and the attorney a or walk until the Chry general has been asked to Rule corporation recovers from this year the people of til contributed approximately too More than in 1938. Greater supervision both committees discuss length Means by which the five values of the Agene the Community May he determined. The feeling is that More the police car problem Iii High knowledge of the agencies and lint has become so acute thai their programs is needed Bolti to High municipal officials yes j in the amount of work which Day were compelled to sacrifice i they Are doing and in the of Uto mobiles to insure a feet of that work on the co measure of efficiency in the de i Unity. This question was ask apartment. De Quot Are some agencies re Seiv City manager e m. Knox and ing More Money than they need chief w. G. Friddle gave up their for the results they Are getting City cars and mechanics began Aud Are some agencies doing a the installation of radios to equip work which deserves More than they receiving a the budget is aet itself the problem of at by i tempting to find some Way by h which that question can be aus Savva strike of it it gets out the cars c and a red. Farmers advised to fix seed Beds county agent pcs officer offer counsel Farmers of this Section who de i sire Best stands of Kudzu next postal to the county Spring will do Well to prepare seed Beds this fall according to St in Rhan needs county agent j on whether the county has authority to compensate cities for damages which might he incurred find whether it has the right to make an appropriation to pay cities for services. A deeper perhaps is the Funda i High Point people have be mental proposition of a county a i invited to attend an organize extending its activities to fire Tion meeting of the Guilford i group is organized to preserve antiquities High Point people Lifavi j fighting and it was objection to vision of the this principle that led to a when the cities of High poin Greensboro submitted their piety for the i. W Wagoner and be need for adequate fir tight preservation of antiquities which us and j win be held in the auditorium cd pro j of the new civic Center in j Greensboro wednesday Novera i Ber 22. The state society was formed were. The executive committee seconded the move and announced its interest in the project. At the present time each Agency is presenting statistical reports of the services it renders each month and a financial report of its income and expenditures. Allocation of funds As allocated the funds of the to the following Agen i. H. Hall jr., assistant Conser j fighting equipment in suburban vation St in the demonstration and thickly populated Rural areas project of the soil conservation j is recognized even by opponents service near High Point. J of the proposal but it is a differ experience on several thousand Lent matter when it conies to the who led two touchdown and Van tages that humbled Miami 13 to i High Point 0 before a crowd of 23,858. Fontana j. B. Foreman a a Leigh a. S. Biddy Greensboro Carl Thompson Raleigh Kenneth Douty Leaksville Joe Taylor Durham mrs. Bessie Pate Kinston mrs. Elizabeth Torain Charlotte the Cio regional Dij Rector and others to he an i bounced. Principal objectives of the state Council will be to More effectively co ordinate the activities of component unions thu assuring Staffe wide cooperation i on matters affecting labor and j North Carolina continued on Page 12, Sec. B Mission. Boy scouts to collect old toys for presents boy scouts of this City have wet. Over a period of several years begun making plans for a House the fire department has handled to House canvass of every Home in this part of the project the City in search of old toys that the distribution of the toys might be repaired and delivered will be carried out through the to some youngster who might not welfare department of the City i to he general program have the pleasure of receiving and the empty stocking fund. Christmas toys if this project last year something Over 3,-were not carried out. Too toys were collected and re Ali citizens in the City Are ask paired by the boy scouts and de to begin to clean out their firemen. It is the desire of both basements and attics and make 1 organizations that 5,000 toys he preparations for the delivering of j made available for re distal Button All old toys to the boy scouts As through the project this year they make their initial drive on an urgent request from the december i. Beginning at 9 a. In. Boy scouts of the City is being the members of the High Point int de today through the press to i tire in a truly fire department have consented to every Home in the City for the old j a he director dec lie augmented follows Henry i i farms throughout the Southeast i question of taxing citizens of the. Adams of t Charlotte huckj8 Point d out has shown that i Remote areas who could derive but Borah Greensboro l. S. Ross. The by 8tand# Kudzu have o. Danielson j been obtained where the Plant were set on Well settled bed. Where the land has been prepared in the fall and Good Strong plants have been set the following Spring Good stands have usually been obtained. On the other hand where the land has Heen prepared in late Winter or Early Spring and plants have been set on fresh unsettled Beds stands have frequently been rather poor. Farmers Are advised to space rows for Kudzu 12 to 18 feet apart so that cultivated Row crops May he planted in the Middle Between the rows of Kudzu. Wide Row spacing reduces the labor re i in Raleigh last month with 23 members from Guilford county. Only one of these mrs. J. S. We Horn. Resides in High posit col. Joseph Hyde Pratt was made president and the organization is affiliated with the historical Cote boy scouts. Girl scouts. Red Cross. Salvation army. Y. M. A. Y. W. A. Contingent fund for family and children s Bureau. Transient fund. Social service Exchange. 679.25 Chest administration 3616.63 shrinkage. 3561.54 $5019.44 2370.20 2886.76 7393.16 9769.80 6343 52 2.�13.0 0 255.00 Robert Gayle is featured to treat soil in symphony concert today of activities and interests of our membership on a state wide basis organizational economic educational and political. The Council thus will become the official Agency and mouthpiece of affiliate Cio unions in the state adhering strictly to the traditional principles of sound unionism to i Nidd a democratic procedure and prac american Way i Mitten re featuring Robert Gayle Young song of India from i and gifted High Point pianist the music department of the City schools is presenting this after i noon in the Junior High school auditorium at 3 of clock a con a Cert by the senior High school symphony orchestra under the i Gutred for preparing the land and recital of miss Virginia Frank planting Kudzu. There have been instances where a Complete staud j of Kudzu was obtained the firsts growing season from Row spaced far enough apart to allow five j rows of Corn to be grown in each handle the repair part of the pro toys. Has Heen called a nov 26, at Ann meeting of the general Coin-1 Hall Greensboro to a. For Sun-1 a mated in. Student officers of Tho organization Are Mary Helen Daves concertmaster John Wilson Tibar Ian and Homer Haworth assistant librarian. The program which will be presented this afternoon is As follows i Entrance and March of Peers from a Al Olanthe a. Sullivan a Sadkov. Rimsky Korsakov dance of the apprentices from Quot die meistersinger Quot. Wagner re bold Marche Cla Sique from concerto for piano. M. Von Weber ii the Black key etude. Chopin Waltz c Sharp minor. Chopin the revolutionary etude. Chopin Robert Gayle Iii Estrelita. Ponce procession of the Sardar front Quot caucasian sketches. I Polit of i Wallow dream pantomime from Quot Hansel and Gretel. Humperdinck March Hong Olse from Quot Damn the eradication of Japan beetles will begin Iii High Point tomorrow s. H. Strickland director of the City department of Public works announced yesterday. The work will he done by the state and Federal departments of agriculture in cooperation with the City. About 24 acres in High Point will be treated with arsenic Lead washed into the soil at the rate of about 1,000 pounds an acre. Equipment such As Spray truck will be furnished by the United states department of agriculture while state labor will he used. Areas infested by Japan beetles Are determined Durn the Sumpter months by the go i Tion of Faust i Berlioz of Beetle to

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