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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 20, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Stanback of roof Lahr a Bown payment. Us a vice charge 9 Yin set to Hay i Vav us Lily provider a a f a a National mousing acc amp Barber Penasco roofing Ulm a Ltd a i Quot Yvor Hie High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry Itic ii Point North Carolina monday november 20, 1939 Page twelve Central District c. E. Union holds rally at Archd Aleto officers gets 60 Days on Road program features Bobby Gayle Young High Point pianist auditorium filled Floyd Reynolds of Greensboro named residents. B. Pegram a father passes away at Home heavy docket Fried in municipal court k. Lanier alias Johnson 300 j Willowbrook Street gave the wrong name when he was arrested for drunkenness saturday night and then was talking when he should have been listening this morning in judge i. C. Macrae a municipal court. Lanier alias Johnson was tried Early this morning and was ordered to pay the costs on a drunkenness charge against his alias. Not Able to produce the costs lie was shoved Back into the detention cell. Later during the session Richard h. Cook. Hio Blair Street was haled before the bar on two charges of assault. He was alleged to have assaulted Robert Marlin of Winston Salem. Martin testified Cook assaulted him in front of the Sheraton j hotel saturday afternoon and then later struck him in the office of j the police department. Captain w c. Johnson of the police Force took the stand and corroborated the testimony of Marlin. St kurish move in a Surprise move Cooke a at-1 Torney hoping to show that the assault upon Martin was provoked called Lanier alias Johnson to the stand. Lanier alias Johnson. Testified that the three of them had been drinking together before the assault although be had left the other two before the assault occurred. On the stand lie answered to the name of Lanier. A Quick shuffle through the docket revealed that he had answered the drunk charge previously to a he name of Johnson. It was also revealed that he had a suspended sentence of 30 Days on a drunk charge of last june. For answering to the wrong name in court Lanier was Given 30 Days and the suspended sentence of 30 Days was also ordered j into effect. Judge Macrae ordered Cook held for probationary investigation. Adeline Hayworth 65-year old i White woman was granted a jury j trial on a charge of operating a i Roidell House at 1512 Long f. M. Pegram 79, died this morning at his Home near Oak Ridge. Or. Pegram was the father of r. B. Pegram of this City. Funeral arrangements had not been completed this afternoon but it was indicated that the funeral services would take place some time tomorrow. More than 900 persons were present yesterday afternoon at the Junior High school auditorium for the concert of the High Point senior High school symphony orchestra under the direction of miss Virginia Frank with Robert Gayle pianist. The lower floor of the auditorium was completely filled and late Comers had to find seats in the Balcony. Among those from out of town attending the concert were Arthur Steere director of the Winston Salem High school orchestra Gladys Black of the Salisbury High school orchestra Robert Smith of the Charlotte High school orchestra George Dickieson of the music faculty. Woman s College University of North Carolina Greensboro. The personnel of the local Obr Chestra is As follows violins Mary Helen Daves concertmaster Virginia Butner Norma Cook Clark Wilson Sloan Gibson jr., Norma Silver Carolyn Brown Vernon boat second violins Annie Lee Hicks Jacqueline Price Eddie Mccormick Bill Kivett Jack Dillard Clara Bruton Wray Russell Clyde Daniels violas a Raymond Wise Dorothy Highfill cellos Charles Medlin Catherine Daves basses Kelly Lawson Coy Moose Robert Andrews trumpets John Wilson Homer Haworth clarinets a Clarence Leonard. Harry pleating Edward sales Charles Tabor Edward Knight mutes a Sara Scruggs Phyllis Strickland Irene Moose Betty Hrock Maun John Haworth trombone a Thomas Dodamead French Horn a Bruce Quigley percussion a Betsy Anderson. Norval Williamson Bobby Holt. Thomas Henderson. Program the following program was rendered Entrance and March of Peers from a Lola the Quot a Sullivan song of India from Quot Sadkov a rim sky Korsakov dance of the Anre it ices a Vagner Reibold. From a die meistersinger Marc h e classic be a from concerto for piano c. M. Von Weber the Black key etude a Chopin Waltz c minor Chopin the revolutionary etude a Chopin Bobby Gayle state contest Winner three years Estrelita my Little Start Ponce procession of the Sardar a Ippolitov Iwa now from a caucasian sketches dream pantomime a from a Hansel and gee Tell a hum per Ilnick Marche Hong Oise from a damnation of Faust Quot a re Olloz rounds of applause the last number was played in encore following round students give College program two Nazarene jews anxious to become u. S. Citizens arrive in new York aboard italian liner Saturnia. The unusual hair dress is or described by their cited for neglecting order two High Point College students. Olin Blickens Derfer and Eugene Connelly were featured in a program of musical selections at the regular Chapel period at the local College this morning. Blickens Derfer r native of Gary ind., has studied clarinet with Josef Oszuscik of the Chicago orchestra and Josef Elliott of the Cincinnati conservatory and is director of the College hand. He played As a Solo Mozart so concerto for and encoded with a the girl with the Flaxen hair Quot by Claude Debussy. Connelly who is from Atlantic City n. J., last year took first place As trumpet soloist in both state and National contests for High school students. His numbers were a Debutante Quot and a stars in tile Silvery night a both by Mark. His encore number a Victory Quot was also a Clark composition. Judge d. C. Macrae ordered c. B. Welch to recondition an apartment building at 1310 via North main Street to comply with state fire Laws and requirements of the City fire department giving him until december 6 to comply with the order. A the matter was brought to the attention of the court in an action instituted at the request of chief e. K. Ingram who on november 3, gave or. Welch notice that the building was defective and dangerous to its second floor occupants. An inspection by the fire department disclosed that the second floor which contains 18 rooms has but one staircase and no fire escapes or other facilities for egress. In Case of a fire near the staircase chief Ingram said there is grave danger that the occupants of the building might he trapped. Charged with failure to comply with the order of the fire chief to make the needed improvements Welch was found guilty taxed with the costs and ordered to comply with the court order by december 6. In the event of non compliance by that Date the building will be condemned. Chief Ingram said his records show that no permit had Ever been issued for an apartment building at that address. The permit authorizing its erection called for the building of a mercantile store with a Large room upstairs. Sex Hubby of Betty Grable tells of plans. L. Ledbetter of Charlotte new Junior \ ice Coni Mander fort Wayne iud., nov. 20.�? i pm Jackie Coogan grownup child screen Star whose Hollywood marriage went on the rocks last summer says he a going to wed again and try for a career on the new York stage. He disclosed his plans on an overnight Stop Here Between one night stands in Lafayette ind. And Kalamazoo midi., in the George Abbott comedy a what a he said he would marry Harriett Haddon in new York next fall. The wedding cannot take place Coogan explained until a divorce from his first wife screen actress Betty Bra Hie becomes final to months from now. Miss Haddon in pictures three years now is playing in an ice revue at a new York hotel. Coogan met her in Hollywood. She is Greensboro nov. 20.�? to a a Council meeting of state department officers and District commanders of the veterans of foreign wars Here yesterday elected l. L. Ledbetter of Charlotte Junior vice commander of the North Carolina department. E. A. Micky of mount airy was elected commander of District number two. And Carl c. Churchill of Roanoke rapids commander of District number nine. State commander Virgil l. Chandler of Greensboro announced the appointment of a. Cutler Moore of Lumberton As chief of staff. Election of a new state Junior vice commander was necessitated by the recent death at Asheville of Claude j. Croxdale. Chandler was elevated from senior vice commander to state commander and Jack skipper of Lumberton was moved up to senior vice commander from Junior vice commander which left the latter Post vacant. Mrs. V. L. Chandler of Greensboro was elect d District president of the auxiliary of the veterans of foreign wars. The office was Only recently created by the state department. Mrs Chandler is the wife of the commander of the North Carolina department. 1 a a a new drink in Germany is being produced from wild cherries. Japan a National debt increased $130,000,000 in a recent month. Relief snap rack. Witty Gadget mar marking no matter How much you like to sew. Marking hems pleats and tucks is at Hest a bore some Job. A new inexpensive Little machine which operates by the Mere twist of the wrist makes tailors tacks swiftly and accurately a a real speeder upper for Amateur and professional dressmakers. Insects caused heavy damage to the Cotton crop in Peru this year. After round of applause. The program Drew marked attention throughout and today there is no doubt in the minds of those who attended that High Point is definitely on the map As a City Indusi Cully inclined and possessing a High school symphony which will compare favourably with the Hest of school orchestras in the South the playing of Bobby Gayle pianist has elicited High Praise and the belief is that Young Man is definitely on the Way to a great Supply company a Complete plumbing and heating service a hoi w. Broad St. Phone 3249 mattress fire sunday in Rowells apartment servicing engineering contracting Indus Tki i. A Tom Itic sprinkler co phone 242 Palmetto officer critically Hurt on a charge of violating the prohibition Law. Thomas Mccall negro 311 Baptist Street was Given a two months sentence and a suspended six months term was ordered into effect making a total of eight months. Mccall War i arrested in Possession of 3 is Gal ions of tax unpaid White liquor. More than a score of drunk and disorderly cases were Dis posed of on the unusually heavy monday morning docket. Henry Johnson. Jr., negro 1108 Hoover Street was Given a continuance on charges of violation of the prohibition Law and larceny of electric current. The negro is alleged to have wiled around a City meter in stealing electric current from the City. Other uses other cases disposed of this morning included the following Charlie Leonard. 312 South Hamilton Street no Driver s License capias. W. C. Myers 602 South main Street drunk and disorderly capias. A c. Ragan 907 English Street driving drunk continued t. La. Hutchens. Route i violation prohibition Law continued. Mary Park route i violation i prohibition Law continued. Lillian Boone. Negress 9 Hoover Flats violation prohibition Law i continued. I Robert Clark Burlington no Drivers License judgment aits Pended on condition he obtain a firemen were called out at 11 55 p. In. Sunday to extinguish a mattress fire at the Rowena apartments on North main Street in an apartment occupied by miss Dorothy Bell. The mattress was destroyed but firemen checked the Blaze to prevent other damage. Abbeville. S c. Nov. 20. A up it. Dale Ferguson jr., came upon an overturned automobile beside a Highway mar his Home. After notifying police he dug into the wreckage to try to extricate an injured Man Only occupant of the ill fated car. It was his father Deputy sheriff t. Dale Ferguson. The injured Man was taken to a Hospital in a critical rites for George petrified your warmest Friend Denmark is considering the j production of gasoline from peat. A a a j american mechanical toys May be introduced into Bel glum. City fuel co funeral services for George per tries. 46, who died in Detroit wednesday follow ing a sudden heart attack were conducted Sun of Day afternoon at 3 of clock from i the Chapel of the Koonce funeral Home. The services were in charge of Rev. Nikiforos Pau Lou from Winston Salem. The services were conducted according to the ritual of the greek orthodox Church. The Many Beautiful Flowers j were carried by friends and neigh i hours. Pallbearers were Nick constant George Theodore Nick Voyatzis James Poulos. I. B. Cav Arnos and Andrews Kypros. Interment was made in Oak Wood cemetery. Or. Petrides is survived by his Mother mrs James Petrides and j one brother Petros pet rids both j of this City. The Liberty hat shop j remained closed for sunday and j monday the brother being the i proprietor of that establishment phone his Sprinkle gasoline service from seaport saves serves satisfies til 17e Sprinkle service station rom x. Main 1 holds the record give your family the Best use few diseases reported see our Beautiful ire refrigerators a prices and terms will Surprise you three Carest of cd two of Scarlet Felt Only communicable Pond to the City h mint during the pal Hurt weathermen Elmhurst x. Y., speeding dismissed. My Mary Colbert 1512 Long Street assault wih deadly weapon continued. Charlie Fields disorderly conduct costs. James Grissom 508 Mangum Avenue disorderly conduct nol pros with leave. V. C. Hodge and j. In Hodge 603 East Green affray continued. E. M. Spencer Greensboro Road assault Bol pros with leave Leo Morrison 1116 Tryon Street two charges of assault jury trial. John a Dunn Wilson reckless driving $10 Fine. Central ice deliver Calm Pani m2 War to hmm Street phone 450? for less than half tilt Cost of a new tire we put the sawtooth tread on your smooth casing and guar inter new tire mileage. Greene tire company 213 College St. Tel. 3210 Hedgecock lumber co. Orphanage head will speak Here 1215 Ward St phone 4006 and better taste Joseph Johnston superintendent ii the barium Springs orphanage will be guest speaker of the presbyterian men s club at first presbyterian Church tonight at 6 30 of clock it was announced today. It is said that or. Johnston is Well known throughout the state is an expert with boys. Knows football since he was once a player himself Speaks a Many a language and always draws a Good crowd. The local club considers itself fortunate in having the privilege of hearing or. Johnston recalling As it does former addresses when he visited this City. Hts subject this evening will be a children in a democracy Quot Intel est in tile barium Springs orphanage has been maintained a the local Presy Lerlan Church for Many years and it has contributed liberally to its support. The annual thanksgiving canvass for the orphanage has been announced. Miss Lucile Johnson a member of the Hoard of trustees for the institution is in charge of the Campaign and she is being assisted by a corps of workers from the gleaners class of the sunday school. No funds will he solicited at the meeting tonight. The Public is cordially invited officials slated. F4 because of its right combination of the worlds Best cigarette tobaccos Frank Fuller Winner of the 1939 Bondi Roc holds la Bondi transcontinental race record. 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