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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 29, 1939, High Point, North Carolina A int it it the met Civo swing into the pause that refreshes after a dance is a Good time to swing into the pause that refreshes with ice cold coca cola. Everybody welcomes the life and sparkle of its pure refreshment. Buy the six bottle Carton. Mew a wednesday. Not i a Illier 2. 19. The Macii Point Enterprise Piedmont Center a High Point. North Carolina Page three suggestions of shortening presidential Campaign a Vore summer party i it on tint conventions would be late lot tin the exch Mil it lican it keel presi Dent Roosevelt taking too much Liberty by d. Harold Oliver Washington. Nov. Mlp a slur Vest ions for Deforris tile 1940 political conventions and thereby shortening the presidential Campaign found a some favor in both parties to Clivy but Republican leaders declared that they would not president Roosevelt make decision. Although not espousing idea at t ii is time the chief Cen live was described authoritatively at warm Springs. Cia., yesterday As having discussed with recent visitors the advisability of putting off both Dom erratic and Republican conventions until july or August. They usually Are held in june to nov delays Economy was Given Ashe reason by some proposing the delay. Others held that in these times of International crisis a Campaign lasting from july to november would bore tile country and get Little results in the summer months. Rep. Ditter of Pennsylvania chairman of the Republican congressional Campaign committee asserted that such reasoning was an Effort to subordinate Domestic issues. Chairman John Hamilton of the Republican National committee said in a statement a emr. Roosevelt a deep solicitude about Economy in political campaigns is very amusing in View of his record. Taxpayers might Wen wish he would direct his Economy to Federal standing. Hamilton said that the republicans were interested in a late convention and had been studying the idea for months so that it not a novel proposal. A it seems to me a he added a president Roosevelt is abrogating to himself a great Deal of authority when lie undertakes to direct when the Republican party should hold its National convention. Xxx republicans will not permit him to decide when they shall meet and where a on the democratic Side. Senator Harrison of Mississippi a recent White House caller said he was in a thorough Aloid with the idea of holding the Convell Dona off a Little he thought it would he Good strategy for the democrats to defer theirs until september leaving a Little More than a month for the drive for votes. Republicans like senator Van by Root. Ripley Howdy folks a the most popular names in of a Smith Johnson Browh Williams Jones 1,3 of 300 on Joo 730,Soo 661,700 625,600 v a pc a re Ivy \ Joh Van do pole asst chief inspector of apiaries dept of agriculture is immune Bee. Stings / he has received As Mant As 300 stings at once without pain. It iou. Ring it Tufa sgt Nam Ere. Inc Quot Daw window St Brychan had 35 children and 15 of them have churches named after them in Cornwall England Ball player unemployed wants Check , of. do a member of the Cleveland Indian baseball club contended Toda it lie is unemployed during the Winter Aud therefore entitled to nov a week nne Nipun it men i Compon at Ion from Ohio. The indians management continued a claim had been tiled with the stall l Mem it Otic porn Tiou do real lint declined to identify lie Plater except to indicate lie Lee ived around $10,000 a season. Applicants whose claims Are approved Are entitled to a maximum covering Iii weeks unless the get jobs if the meantime. I Sci debit Alva i Trad in of tile indians expressed in Lief the player Xmas within Bis Legal rights in socking payment but the state Bureau disclosed Loda it bad rejected claims of two players for the t plumb is Paschal flub of the american association. The club contended the Plarr Wen under contract throughout tile Ca r. Leonard trial begins monday former Manti Camp director to fare hold Paris Mode stresses escape from War soldiers returned from the front want Gayety femininity and an escape from Wrabness mid season collections in Paris show Fex models that suggest War. Above buyers in the Rotor Pignet Salon look Oxer a new sports coat in Large Black and White Checkerboard plaid. M n i charges six hit la a St. La Chan of t Oryx fall i England was the father of a children a it sons Aud i daughters. Fifteen of Bis children were beatified and have churches named after them in f orig xxx All. The Are St. Lie Kin billion Linier. Tenth Mahon Martini inn hey be Issei Morwenstow t holier Egloskerry of Glossa in a Dens pliant rheumatic pains. How relieved quickly with remarkable. Time tested remedy pains of rheumatism neuritis Lumbago and Seama yield promptly to Quick acting Ruma ban ingredients. Abo relieves terrible gout pains by iodine my excessive uric acid in the blood. Take in hot Ater morning and night. One bottle usually works won j Den. Get yours today. At All drug stores. Ruma ban. Lei Iberg of my Higan Senate Leader Mcnary of Oregon and House Leader Martin of Massachusetts have favored holding their convention after the Democrat. Mcnary however feels the Republican cannot delay longer than july la. Minor cases handled monday in Thomasville court session special to the Enterprise Thomasville nov. 29. A the monday morning aes Nion of Thomasville recorder court was a. Brief affair with Only a handful of cases aired. Charlie Lee Morris and Coy l. Odell were Given sentence of d0 Days each on drunkenness charges while Lloyd Batten and Claude Mckinney wore taxed with the court Cost on Drunken new ckarges4 Ida. Mills of ree Shoro was found guilty of a drunkenness charge and was Given a 30-Day entente which was suspend d in condition she he of Good behaviour for two years. Jesse Gray Snider was taxed with one half the court Cost on a charge of speeding. Auto casualty rates lowered special to the enter prise Asheboro nov. 29�?charge against Pat Leonard former director of the local High school band headline the december term of Randolph Superior court which opens Here monday december 4, the t Ria i is set for opening Day and will be Beld before judge Allen s. Gwynn. Leonard is charged with robbery with firearms on two count and with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill. He preliminary hearing Fop after attempt Rob tile Johnson filling on the night of october has been held in ran jail in default of reduction lit line i or passenger far not driven More than 7,500 mile \ Early Raleigh. Nov 29. I Dan c. Boney state insurance commissioner announced yesterday a new schedule of casualty insurance rates for automobiles. The schedule which will mean reductions for private passenger ars driven not More than 7.600 Miles annually supersedes one which became effective november i and is retroactive to that Day. Automobiles not in the private passenger classification will come under the old rates which formerly Appl it d to ail cars. Private passenger cars in a Ake new Hanover Mecklenburg Durban and Hun comb Low pred yearly new other actions of the slate xviii have the following Low priced curd old $31, new 27 medium priced old $35. New la higher priced old $47 new i t3&Quot i discussions will re staged coh Ernins new air lines Raleigh. Nov. 29 a of a Leslie Arnold vice president of Penn Central air lines will come Here next week to discuss within Eastern North carolinians a proposed Cross Tate air Rome. A similar conference will be held later at Greensboro or some other Piedmont try the proposed route would opiate across nor a Carolina Tom Norfolk vc., to n. A fib enu. The matter win be heard december la by the Btl aeronautics Al Thorn a Pim Iii St horse show pin Ehi St. Nov. 2> a it the annual Pinehurst horse How will he held de it 2rl w lived lowing ins to station 25 ant Dolph county $ i 5.50it Boud blvd Kmon i i Paul Blackman High school Biden barged with participating in the robberies with Leonard and who has been at Liberty under a $2,030 Boud will also lie tried at this term. The boy a confessed his part in the attempted robbery of the service station and the robbery of tin Walter Betta store the night of octo Ber 25. For the first time in Many terms no capital crime la on the court Calendar however As us Ual liquor cases account for a Large part of the docket. Of a total of 145 Case set for trial 51 involve liquor charges. There is Al of one Case of manslaughter and one Case of involuntary manslaughter. It Rosette Hargrove nex service staff correspondent first wartime old season collections now in full swing show fewer models and fewer gadgets with the result that there is something clean Cut about the most recent creations. Basically the current collections differ from their predecessors. But the feminine note is apparent throughout from the simple informal Lafleur to the discreet restrained dinner dress which is apparently destined to become As near t it thing by i a uniform that Paida Ienni will consent to Wear in xxx xxv \ Seei to a Mee behind Tim it. Nos is As interesting these Days As out in front there Are fewer mannequins in the dressing room of the famous contort houses and a very a different atmosphere is apparent. Assiduous knitting of warm garments for the men at Iii front has replaced the interminable hours wasted on retouching makeup applying Mascara on every separate eyelash changing polish on Finger nails or playing the once Papula there to Stu ins out of jobs. Others Are doing whatever kind of War work they Are Hest fitted for. The a air raid ensemble attracts Little attention these Days when it happens to figure in a collection though the idea Wilt probably be adopted for Home Wear in Chilly apartments where heating threatens not to be turned on this Winter. Though the frenchwoman argues that pyjamas May be warm there Are Many cosy Wool a a fireside gowns. Its merely a question of Silhouette and personal taste hut the psychologist will Argil that men Home from the front won t care about seeing women wearing pants they will want to get away from anything masculine however smart. Lucien belong s first wartime collection avoids even the slightest tendency to anything directly or indirectly evocative of War. His clothes Are simple and vivid they Are Graceful and supple although the general line Mold the figure he shows simple Gay Tailleur. Suitable for non belligerent co bound Jaunty women in tries As w at borne afternoon and bely d reset. Always Feminis . Some to practical Are define in charming prints heralding a Spring which for the moment seems just a Little premature topped by sober yet comfortable Coats eminently suited to the times or by amusing Little jackets with card game of topped in waists. Daytime skirts Are Many Man Are Short usually flared or have Altun. Wartime from a Low hip line a xxx Ink Are rest Raj tied and shoulders Normal. Seek festive Vik Hue their men on leave will have to entertained and will want Sec women in something a but Tweed or Wool suits Sot thing that looks just a Little festive. Lelong has several this Type one in Black Jet with Long circular skirt. M Bias Cut sleeves and a Clever la front done in multicoloured of effect. Another All Black is liven to Quot by Black jct ombre incl ail Lite mailing Ltd age wit Scarf attachment a Ohleh can worn Over the head. While i do Ellout is w hich belong tit so Well. To meet the foreign few formal Hie requirement buyer there Are evening gowns in grand manner. A sweeping Grey Jersey skirt has a tint d tapped strapless bodice White with a narrow. Devil double Chain in Pink con i Ai Twining around the Waist. Highly dramatic is the Bolt a of the Black Jersey which is almost to the Waist in front tightly ohm to owl in Ehmu cd buckle. A. # a a _ anime Loon i Ain Pic shed will four d of receipt from local firm dated 1890 found in Book j. S Dennis of Asheboro. Brought to the Enterprise office today a receipt from the firm of Snow and Dalton now Snow lumber company dated april 5, 1 890, and made out to Thomas Andrews who was the father of or la Anis wife. The receipt a know lodged payment of $110.47 in full payment of account. Or. Dennis found Hie receipt when it fell out of an old Book a there it had probably been kept for Many years to i on Miil Lisi by sex Chapel Hill nov. 2$ Topi the North Carolina archaeological society will consider at its meeting december 9 in Raleigh the forthcoming statewide Archaeol Gic Survey approved by the by a and for which $205,-o00 was made available. Cuba a just received payments fat tobacco shipped to Spain indole the Spanish civil w a r. Three greatest Liberty prizes in same building xxx Xiii Notov not. Rny eleventh Marques of lot tucked England Magna Banta under a Well tailored Ann and headed for tin of Congress to Deposit tin priceless paper for ate keeping during tin european xxx a i. Orrl Lihula , lie librarian. Immediate announced tin document would it axe the same i hour armed guard As that Given tin Constitution and tin declaration of Independence near xxx Bidi it Xxiii in . Thus three outstanding documents of Democrat an timing brought together for tin first t inn. Rite marquess xxx to is lord Lothian Lite British ambassador to tin i listed mates arranged informal ceremonies for Transfer of tile Magna Charta. High Gox eminent officials xxx Ere in x red. Christmas seals Are not red Cross seals Iii h>2>. By Mutual agreement the Valliant e Between the american red Cross and the National tuberculosis association Wax unsolved. Thi Alliance had been formed in 19in since then the double barred Cross hat appeared t on All of the National to Beret Ionia a Anocia Tion Seal which Are now known a a tuberculosis Christmas Seal and not a red Cross Seal. It was in 1907 that Christmas seals were first sold in the United states in Wilmington del., by miss Emily Bisson who wished to rattle funds for a Little open air Hospital where poor victims of tuberculosis were brought Hack to health. With $4o miss Blase la had 50,boo tamps printed. That was the basis of the Campaign Sis we know about it a Campaign that a done so much to Rouse a nation against ii s i h he employment service to be closed on thursday the local of Iii e of tin North Carolina state employment serv i e w ill to closed toil Ful Row Tor be thanksgiving Holiday. J. A Gawi Hiop. Office manager announced this morning person scheduled to Call at the office on thursday have Bern asked to Call on Friday i tend a three Days cough is your danger signal even of other medicines have failed you May get Relief now with or emulsion. Chronic bronchitis can develop if your Chest cold is not treated and you cannot a Ford to take a Chance with any Medicine less potent than or emulsion which goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ Laden phlegm and Aid nature to soothe and heal raw tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Or emulsion blends Beechwood creosote by special process with other time tested medicines for coughs. It contains no narcotics. 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 permitting rest and sleep or you Are to have your Money Back. See that the Hallie or emulsion is on the bottle and you will get the genuine product and the Relief you want or emulsion for coughs Chest colds bronchitis re in a a we to i a a i tomorrow is thanksgiving and our store will be closed. A a to a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a i a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a will a a a a a a i a a a a a a a a a a a Friday Hardee s starts Christmas buying in earn est with the greatest stocks in our history. Your favorite Christmas store will Bel ready for you Friday morning. Come and do your Christmas shopping now. Many items in our store that Yoi will see Friday cannot be duplicated to sell at the same Low prices. A r hoes a a a a High Point s Christmas store is ready

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