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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 3, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Tuesday october .3. 10,30 the High Point Enterprise Pic Mon Center no High Point North Carolina Page Turi lint prices not Likely to follow first War expert uncover figures showing i. S. Sold More Cotton aboard after conflict editor s not the Cotton problem Caus of Many a headache among Washington officials in recent years has been complicated by the War in Europe this is an article discussing the various Cotton developments by bin Ghant Washington Ort. 3.�? in a the arithmetic of the situation say government economists is on the Side of a fairly stable wartime Cotton Market. Officials Are telling those who inquire that prices Are not Likely to follow the world War pattern when Cotton tumbled to six cents a Pound and then Rose to 4rt cents and More. The fact is that the United slates produced less Cotton and sold less abroad during the world War than in the four years preceding it. Domestic Mill consumption increased hut a Little More than a million Bales a year. Car shortage As Europe wont to War in 1014. The United states had a Cotton Supply of 17.000.000 Hales. For various reasons including a severe Boll Weevil infestation in the a teens production slumped. A near shortage resulted. The 1939-40 Supply of United slates Cotton is 26,000,000 Hales. Many additional countries have gone into production since the world War. The world Supply is 49,000,000 Hales and the Normal world consumption is 2 7 to 28 million Hales a year. Thus the agriculture department reasons Cotton speculation and inflation such As that of 1914-1s simply would not he in keeping with the Faits Glace w mins Secretary Wallace broadcast a warning against a Quot profiteering Cycle. In agricultural markets. He pointed out that the Domestic Cotton carryover amounted to almost a full years three times As Large As the Normal carryover Early in the world War the United states lost Germany As a Cotton customer. It was a Shock to the Industry when German purchases from this country dropped from 2.786.000 Bales in 1913 to 242.000 in 1911 and to nothing in the later years of the War. Loss of German business is of relatively Little concern now. The retch bought Only 821,000 Bales of american Cotton in 1938. Today wonders to _7 be seen on Parade Gud fwd county at cooking school realty transfers v news of coloured people safety Campaign Irish neutrality has its advantage launched by d. A. \ it Craith it organization careful driving i res Enterprise plans Opportunity for homemaker to study modern equipment modern homemakers do not have to wait for the world of to Morrow today s Miracle world j Lias simplified the Art of homemaking by showering Home managers generously with interesting j products and compact equipment j designed to save labor Lime and temper. Seldom is it possible for Busy homemakers to see All these household units together. It by ill More rare is the Opportunity to study a full Force of mechanical servants in actual operation and production. With the aim of serving today s homemakers the Enterprise assembled the outstanding developments of scientific ingenuity in an up to Date Kitchen Laboratory which will be open and free to Public inspection on four Days. October Roll. 12 and 13. Like the a town of tomorrow at the new York worlds fair this combined Laboratory and cooking school in the Paramount theatre will be dedicated to making future Home life More gracious and pleasant. Guests of the Enterprise will watch a trained specialist using the latest convenience that Are enabling women to Triumph Over such persistent enemies As Back breaking toil and nervous anxiety about culinary Success. In the words of the Home economics authority. Mrs t Watson Shockley who will play the dual High Point township j. E Wade and wife to Marvin Wade tract in John a de and j. A Newton . Morehead township h l. Loman to Annie l. Loman tract on Freeman Mill Road Dewey Isley and wife to w. Safe right and wife tract in Grove Park development Fred c. Odell and wife to Rosemary Kuhn tract on Friendly Road. Thomas c Hoyle and wife to a. O. Smith and wife tract on Northridge Street. Gilmer township j h. Cole trustee to h e Shotwell. Tract on Elizabeth Street. S. H Denny and wife to or Huldah Johnson and husband de Johnson tract in plat of s. H. Denney s lands. Laura e. Martin to b o Clark tract in Greensboro Highlands Julius w Cone and wife to Southern converting company tract on factory Street. Sam Lyon and wife to Southern converting company tract on sergeants Alley. Sumner township c. H. A game and wife to c. H Groome. Or. Tract on Groomtown Road. H. Groome jr., to Marjorie c. Groome tract on Groomtown Road. K l. Colrain to g. H. Coltrain and wife tract on Russell Creek. Jefferson township c t. West to t. R. Rte son and wife tract on Huffine Miu Road. Washing on township r w Wyrick and wife to j a. Wyruck. Tract adjoining land of w t. Howerton. Imm \ n fair opens Cherokee Ort. 3 up 26th annual Cherokee Indian 7� role of Friendly hostess and competent demonstrator at the cooking school a modern science has relieved mental As Well As physical discomfort in the Kitchen by taking the guess work out of cookery. That applies to laundry mrs. Shockley believes that the dream of air women everywhere is to produce the perfect meal from Flavory our to fragrant Coffee. And still remain charming and unruffled. The enterprises expert herself a modern homemaker is the fair i opened today with agricultural i Solhei j and Home making exhibits Archery and Blowgun contests native t dances. Indian Hall game and i string hand contests. The fair will a last through Friday night. Eral Seri it us Cor mrs. M aggie Jones re held Edv Esda y funeral services for mrs. Maggie e. Jones who passed away at the Home of her daughter. Mrs. Margaret Smith 1200 Hoover Street. Saturday afternoon will he held in Colerain wednesday afternoon. The remains will lie at the Hazlip funeral Home. 612 fast Washington Street till tuesday morning at which time the funeral Patty will leave for Colerain. It. \ or non Baptist thu in h news a hat Sale will he Given in the dining Hall of the my Vernon Baptist Church this evening. Personal or. J. J. Wilson left for new Yolk City Early yesterday for a week s visit. While there he will visit the world s fair and see the world s series. Ladies my to meet tuesday ladies Aid Circle i of St. Mark methodist Church will meet at the Home of mrs. Esther Barnhill on Hobson Street this evening a 8 o clock. Syi urgess Morris wedding vows announced mrs. La Vernier Sturgess of 742 Fairview Street announced today the marriage of her daughter Ida. To John Morris of Atlanta. A. Or. And mrs. Morris will make their Home with the brides to drive Quot mayor admonished today a a keep fit a. Kirkman a statement supporting the safety Campaign launched for october by the disabled american veterans of the world War. A with the event of the opening of Public schools and Over 3,000 children in daily attendance it is timely that the attention of All motorists he focused upon Hie necessity for careful manipulation of their motor vehicles Quot mayor Kirkman further averred. Commending the safety Campaign. Commander it. L. Reeves of tile Guilford county chapter no. 7, la a. V., pointed out that nearly one third of the 25,000 persons killed in traffic accidents last year were children. The disabled veterans of world War slogan a keep fit to drive Quot will be the thought uppermost in the minds of the veterans in launching the three Feeks safety Campaign in High Point he said. A we not Only invite but urge every group of citizens to assist us not Only in making suggestion for further safety control but Iii actively participating in bringing to a successful conclusion a drive which will instill in Hie minds of adults a Safe and sane program for continued safety precautions and in the minds of Little children the need for plenipotentiary a Secretary of legation and a press attache. Just How much or How Little information about Britain they can pick up in Eire and transmit to their Home country is a problem. Doubtless the proper British departments have already taken cognizance of this and have dealt with it accordingly. The greatest danger in this line is As follows with Eire Neutral there is no censorship of any Mali matter going to America by such steamers As touch at Irish ports with America Neutral there is nothing to prevent German agents getting messages contained in the mail Back from new York to Berlin by wireless. Vea or say die North Wilkesboro oct. 3 a up in. M. Dancy of near Here said a Large limb of a Pine tree he Cut Down lived for nine months after being Cut. The limb he said. Fell on a wire Fence and against another Pine hut was Cut Dean Tom its trunk. To Date equipment As Well As prospective investors Are certain to profit from mrs. Shockley practical Pointer based on thorough study and personal use. Four brisk program will unfold new recipes fresh ideas valuable step savers. Surprise gifts fair Rev Rade mothers to meet the Grade mothers Council of Fain Lew Street school will meet in the auditorium this evening tuesday at 7 o clock it was announced by the president mrs. H. T. Starr. Rev. W. Cook to preach at or. Mattheus holiness Rev. W. Cook pastor of Mars Hill holiness Church will preach at St. Mathew holiness agriculture officials insist that the european War will mean but j convinced that this dream of menu Little if any increase in the de i perfection would come True if Mand Sny for american Cotton. Every hour each one of breathe nut enough Carbon make a Diamond of Ion carats women understood How to get too per cent efficiency from the mens Chenica servants w hich the aver to age household now possesses. Homemaker who a bread v own up daily. Tempting dinner specials j Church of god Evans and fur. Watched in the making will a Lough Street this evening tues ride from platform to Pupil. So Day beginning at 8 o clock. At will bulging bag of valuables 7 30 o clock a prayer service will j daughter of contributed by participating Mer he held. Rev a g. Garlington is Sherrell of chants and firm. Pastor of St. Mathew holiness wonders of today and Toni or Church. Row will come direct to the Paramount theatre at the free Cook ing inc school daily at october to a in. To Start to it tend i neral of sister mrs Nee in Morrison or Liz Zie Simpson and Sam Addison will attend the funeral services of their sister mrs. Sally Sanders which will he held in Chester s. C., wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Sanders who passed away in Chester last fiddly was the daughter of North Street. Sherrell i Kham marriage an not need or. And mrs. John Willie Durham have announced their marriage. Which was solemnized in Danville Virginia on thursday sept. 28, 1939. Mrs. Durham is the former miss Hai Silene Sherrell the late mrs. Janie Taylor Street. Or. Durham is the son of or. Anil mrs George Durham of 1215 rivet t drive. Or. And mrs Durham Are residing St the Sherrell residence on Tayjor Street a it Milton Dron Ner Nea service staff writer London oct. 3.�the country of Eire As Southern Ireland is officially known is the Only j self governing land in the British Empire which has proclaimed neutrality in the present euro Pean War. This is not a had thing for the cause of great Britain. In i fact there Are two big Advant i Ages i a British people with Irish friends or Kinfolk can Send their j wives and children to Eire to get away from the dangers of War. So Long As Eire is Neutral i the nazis will have no excuse to j Send Over bombers. 2�?Eire s neutrality also in i aures that As heretofore the i supplies of Irish Bacon butter i and eggs will continue to come j to England. The Irish sea is j pretty much of a British Lake in War time. Also. German raiders would have no excuse for bombing Irish creameries and other plants which prepare food exports for England nazis not popular at the same time the neutrality of Eire will not prevent Many Young irishmen from joining up to fight Germany. If the general tone of Eire is rather apathetic so far As regards the cause of England. France and Poland the fact remains that Germany has few friends there. This in spite of the fact that in recent years germans carried out Many contracts for Public works. Eire is an intensely Catholic country. The nazis have oppressed German catholics while England and France members of the Church have had full Liberty and Equality. Moreover few irishmen will relish what the nazis did to Catholic Poland. One of the paradoxes of the situation is n the diplomatic set j search for escaped negro vice Britain Only official representative in Eire is an official of the Oversea department of the Ard of Trade Britain a ally is represented by a i charge d affaires and Poland by a Consul general. German officials have advantage but the germans have a whole flock of officials sitting right across the Irish sea from the country which is fighting theirs at 3 a. In. Yesterday i in Dublin is a German minister guard made his rounds City takes Over More property for taxes at tax Sale Here monday pursuing vigorously its policy of cleaning up All delinquent taxes and completing tax suits the City through h. L. Baumgardner commissioner appointed by the court to sell properties sold 20 pieces of property Here monday and the City became the highest bidder for taxes and Street assess ments due. The list of property sold and prices bid follow Sun set dairies inc., i lot Lexington ave., 9 lots Prospect St., and 9 7 acres Kimmons land. $ a 4 i 2. I 5. Seborn Perry and wife 5 lots Perry Street. 86.469.13, Mary a. Joiner and Carolina Welch i lot Johnson St., $117.76 mrs. Helen la. Wilson i lot Mon lieu ave$358 66. A w. Wellton and wife it Al. 119 Thurston St$368.64. Building activity takes spurt Here construction activity e to Cost More than $10,400 theorized in building per sued Here monday. The largest magic a one issued to or. A p. J. Neal for the erection two Story eight room Brick and Frame residence with a s and servants quarters on he drive. The work is estimate Cost $6,065. It. E. Shelton was giant permit to construct a six a Frame residence on of foray i at an estimated Cost of $1.20 it. E Shelton was also Ara a permit for erection of a a at a Cost of $150. Mrs. Kathleen Tate Trot a to to reproof a House on Forrest nue at a Cost of $80, and the lactic insurance and realty c Pany was Given a permit to re a House on East Lexington nue at a Cost of $100. Air is 20 degrees cooler it4 a Panama he. Says i r Ranee convicts Over wide area Winston Salem oct. 3. A a it a search for nine Long term negro convicts who broke away from the state prison cart near Dobson yesterday continued today Over a Large area. Prison officials said the convicts escaped after one fashioned a key and unlocked a cell Block door. The delivery was discovered when a under cover Affine Power is. Pitching skill when Gio and Quot Bucky Quot Walters meet face to face in the world series. But they agree on smoking they re both Camel fans 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 a a i i i a a a in i p a a a a a a p i a a a a p a a i a a a a i a a a a i in in in in i 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 i a a a a a a in i i i a a i i a a i a a i in a a i a a by. You can to possibly guess that the Willowy lady wears the Coz Iest kind of warmth. Or for that matter anything at All. Sit using War Pontes Pant and vests Mermaid knit Are that super slimming under the sleekest Dies. And super comfortable too. When it come to banishing shiver along with bulges. Several weight that we a like in a laundress dream Veit 59c pants 59c, 79c Jar Lees a 4 4 4 4 a 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 -4 4 a <4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 <4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 full zippered Jovet Oyle Tweeter. Tweed cloth front. Knit Becko a sleeves in in Glish rib Potter loin forced with duo-1 to feature. Boy i tiles 30-38 a t am worsted brushed sop Paunov j soft and War. Duo a to Feor it re for longer Wear. Toys sizes 3033 a a a a you la find real value in the new smart sweaters styled by Robert Bruce fee lure for feature they simply can to be matched. Many Hove the patented flex if elastic shoulder seam hat allows perfect Freedom of action Whit assuring snug trim fit. Yorr Choc a of Pullover coat style and tickets in a wide selection it Jar secs Siwie Toter a a a a a blow. Nordlt Kading both ii Aguis in hitting the great Joe Dimaggio. Can Bulky a waiters Stop him Joe s a Tough customer any old hand at this world series in three world series. Bart my for an average of Joi. And Joes a Stone Wall on the defense. Whether Joe or Quot Buckys comes out on top a Camel Tan wins either Way. In a often asked about my favorite cigarette Brand a Joe a s. Quot Well its camels. Camels Are Long burning. They give me the Economy of extra smoking per pack a real saving if you re a steady smoker like i am they re Milder with a Hearty flavor. Id walk a mile for a Camel a camels a Shicky Quot Wai i it j no. Of the National at any time to win his own Ball game in the Batter $ Box. It will he one of the big moments in the history of baseball when Walters and the Cincinnati reds meet Joe Dimaggio and his new York Yankee team mates. A Buckys Calls himself a Quot dyed in the Wool Camel he says Quot i be a scr found any other Brand at any Price that gives me anything like the downright smoking enjoyment that i get from camels. Boy do they taste Good after a Long hard game camels Burn longer and that Means a Nice Hooks of extra smokes in every More pleasure per puff More puffs per pack Penny for Penny your Best cigarette buy Long burning costlier tobaccos a wet Sale Fine furs two Days commencing tomorrow $50,000 00 Stock to select from you will find Jap minks Indian Kidskin muskrats. Dyed Srb irked. Natural Squirrel. Persians natural Drey kid. Leopard Dat. Jap by easel fall am Las. Hudson Seal also Large snort Merit a Bubble Fox Boldo a opossum Guanaco Kolinsky chokers Martin Sables Silver Fox. All a Olio it Fox Chubby a Baum Martin Stone you la be surprised at the Low prices at which any one of the coat or jackets in this special collection can be purchased. Remember. This special showing is for two Day Only. ,. Tomorrow and thursday. Buy your fur coat on Harllee s special payment plan we hate provided a special Lur Sale pave no plan you can make modest Down payment and pay he balance monthly All purchases made on this special fur Sale plan Hill not Bear a earning charge furthermore we will place your coat in cold storage without charge until matted for. Quot Harl Leess Aiti u44maa

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