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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 9, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Section a b local news Anu want ads Oita is Section Section a local news and Wani ads in this Section vol. 53 no. 282 >1 umber associated chess High Point n. C., monday a it or noon october 9, 1939 Complete Nea Seh vice Price five cents Welcome awaits homemakers committee to plan annual fire inspection in t cooking school tomorrow Tomee wednesday City launched this morning hrs. Blanch Pegg s condition is still reported critical donation of $2,500 Thomas h. Kivett claimed by death made to Tabernacle by Tourneau fund stage Kitchen completely equipped for brisk culinary sessions at Paramount theatre beginning i to Day knew notables no powerful needed to electric swing ready hospitable doors of the Ino unt Rhea tie when they awaited cooking school a Morrow at to of clock. The cordial Welcome is and so is the completely equipped platform which is All set to Node what the Well dressed Kitchen should Wear even to smart Fortes. Hundreds of attentive watchers will focus Obser rant eyes on streamlined household conveniences on labor Sav no devices installed by neigh Lorii firms and on a everything n its place Quot refrigerator and la boards stocked with interest no food products. The Enterprise is beginning to Dieve in signs for they All a int to a capacity crowd at the pillar free school. All Community homemakers p called Many Wilt answer my none will fee strange when hey become part of the neigh a by throng gathered to renew the Romance of homemaking Quot certainly every guest will feel am portably at Home after the Pendly greeting of mrs. J. Wat it a Shockley. Representatives of the enter Rise who already have been won ver by the winning personality r this travelled food expert prolix that he will win the title a Good mixer even before the i assuring gadgets appear today j mrs Shockley will preside not j a lecturer but As a gracious Nighbor welcoming new Neagli unating Kitch i share her own a ugly ill w Hile , of lire lard a native of North Carolina 1 who taught at Princeton uniter for some years has written j Iii autobiography a son of Carolina a just issued by the puke i University press. Cong tells of Many noted americans it bom be fins known a Woodrow Wilson Walter Hines Page Grover Cleveland Thomas Nelson Page and Henry Tan Dyck. Ile recalls Many incidents of interest occurring during the closing years of the past Century and the Luegin iting of the present one. Rot Walden slightly injured in fall Here to discuss Celebration on completion of Grade grossing elimination project completion of a committee to arrange plans for the Celebration i to be held Here in conjunction i with the ending of work in connection of the Grade crossing i elimination project was Anontine de today. This committee will hold its first meeting wednesday after-1 noon at 4 30 o clock at the Cham-1 Ber of Commerce f. J Sizemore i Secretary of the chamber announced. The committee at that time will discuss a Date for the Celebration Anil other details in i connection with it. The committee is composed of i the following e. A Phillips of i. Alderton. Fred n. Tate r. T. Amos a. Coke Cecil a. Of. Holton. T . O. M. Waynick c. T. Ingram. J e. Millis. H m. I Dick i White and Harold c. Bennett. Court finishes Complete docket heavy Calendar handled to m or ii i tip session by judge i. Mcrae chief i res opera Tion of Public school children to inspect own Homes of to Lett As fire prevention week Servance got under Way Here Day. Chief e. K. Ingram i members of the City tire department Forth on their annual fire prevention inspection of i i pm the firemen will inspect All Homes and other buildings in the City in an Effort to discover possible fire hazards and eliminate them. A we urge All citizens of High Point to cooperate in this inspection to the fullest chief Ingram urged today. A a without their cooperation the inspection cannot be a Sun Ess and the prevention of fires is of the utmost it is hoped that the inspection can be computed by the end of the week in addition to the inspection by the firemen More than i ant pupils in the City schools today received fire inspection Blanks Winch they Are to fill out and turn in to chief Ingram following their own inspection of their Homes for possible fire hazards superintendent of schools Charles f. Carrolljr. Has endorsed this project heartily. The children have been asked to inspect their attics basements steel manufacturer donates Money for steel trusses for new Church building woman injured eident saturday conscious stale Hospital in a Iii Semi a an unexpected for 12.500�?was Ter Day at the morning the gospel Tabernacle gift a a Check presented vessel vice to to Aid in building its new was revealed. Church edifice it mrs. Blanch Pegg 412 North Maili Street remained in a critical condition today at the Burma memorial Hospital suffering from injuries received when she and Ner seven year old daughter. Frances. Were front night. The brain i Jay in or after the to pit a a by an automobile in their Home saturday daughter succumbed to a on Cushion at i of clock Sun ring. Two and a half hours incident. I attaches described mrs. A s condition a she i in a a Semi conscious Quot stat it afternoon and was Able to liquid nourishment this in into Bel. Where she a overlies. There la be t of gifts North a i ii ing action of will Roy Walden 92 6 struck suffered mine when he fell about 12 this afternoon in the 5f South main Street. Randolph r injuries 0 o clock Block of in it h lend the tried Bere a rile an and Low n Budge to Kiev Belt in raft talk is nor cheerful get Toseth enviable a Budge tips. Hut id for he i Era i s Pir Onditi and hos Ted in i up in k a tic or to d bet Swift pres will Well Long of Tiff t or food moving int Day Rover Pill it her Hen for pro need try i Day no to a a in Union re a into ii Ford an is. Minor two cars damaged in collision Here sunday the usual heavy morning docket was ii today by judge i \ without having to Call noon session of Mune jut i More than a score of fines were paid for traffic Loiis Over the week end the session was devoted in to hearing drunk Vioian the prohibition Law and minor charges. Cases distort follow ing. It. R. Furr reckless driving capias Rosa Bruton 5 i 3 Street assault with a Adl Pon. Half the costs. Evil j. Proctor Kington Avenue r monday posed of Mac use in after to court Small violate re Lon of other and Cella foundations Chimney it it questions list Floo of s undo their tvs ical on t in nes. St i hot of Inslee will fill the Ion Blanks which they out Are the following Quot la there any rubbish such As this take some morning. Alonzo Lindsay St charge of Bond Wadea the of Martin a struck the the Peg the third r. Martin to. Of Sou met. Was arrested on a manslaughter and the set at $2,500 upon the the child. Police said s driving the ear that pair. G child s death marked Auto fatality within a is broken furniture it title a do you disc Are Hod included the 224 Boulevard of i in w Ca i i ing to i Tatnai pay ens and Brid Nail in Trues in per a on Tab Jinp lifted Stow everybody it in hungry in get so t h j Hen the Adwate to jillions in Petite team who ilk ants pie Mph will cd session r tested no at forma i luncheons and in be original a lion is a canape will form t h a t none ure enterprises co Uke up the it original the is. De be As food Andraud the left a Kerr i West Little two Auto it o and their drive charges of reel ing a collision the intersect in Richardson in morning. Police in cadent Aid that i. Norwood. Street collided John Nance. 37 at the intersect driving to nth and the Nance pay x. It Sud it on Byers Street Andis tis Leo in conduct or of ast drive l. Our. 21 n Tabea. It Pap itt the a How ashes a a if there stovepipe hoi covered a a Evv hat is the a House Ami of the it Quot Are a Lions prote of stoves. A where nearest a in Arditi will hold under the of your toy unused v Are they Tat of the month in High Point. Earl thurier was killed in an Accident a week ago and a. A. Coble Stu a to in bed to injuries received in a crash a month ago. To hold service today for victim of Accident the donation to be used for the Purchase of steel trusses for he new Structure was Given by it. 5. Tourneau from the Tourneau foundation. Or. Tourneau is one of the nation s most important. Steel manufacturers with his Fri Nepal Plant located at Peoria. Ll., and the Tourneau foundation is the third largest foundation fond of its kind in the United states. The Check was presented to the Tabernacle pastor. Rev. La. P. Williams yesterday by Kelly Barnes superintendent of the Toccoa Falls Institute in Georgia who flew from Georgia to the Bee Shoro High Point Airport anti then came Here to deliver the Check in behalf of or. Tourneau. The Tabernacle Hopes to have its main auditorium ready to he opened by thanksgiving. Or. Williams said this morning except or the Tourneau contribution Hinds for the new Tabernacle have i Een raised through individual do notions none of w hich has exceeded $50. D. Frank Evans is claimed by death in til ceilings and parti 1 from overheating Mace and pipes a the fire alarm Box the of a by Nic in a i the in 41 Wonsoo Tion. On car % Elm St Norwood la s tray Linda y Vav. A to it ii in by reel. Was a Jonnson Ury trial. Frank Smith Idren pay $10 for support jury trial. Miles. Jamestown Church worship. Poi his of la of $ 6 Iii id to it per or. Poteat sneaks at Baptist Church i Uke i net professor disc sept go Aurrli music funeral Pegg or. Am fatally inti n Auto Nob. Are to he it i a Ber it a a 3 of clock by p. Williams made in fib services for Mary fran sex year old daughter mrs. J. L Pegg who succumbs in w in Salem Hospital ton 1 of i red wit a e Here a conducted in this a it i the pastor inter i is Garden the Ai Al j. L. J and a ii id min Ling muffins who mount ration Tri Given away at j will Market bags products for St on Richard neither Driver injured. Week Pend in John Miles. Jamestown Rill Tut iring cd Tirb worship jury trial. Rill Lawson Asheboro Road reckless damage four months suspended on the payment of Bona fide damages to care of j. Or Hubert a latin at vat pupils will learn new Ament will gain ilium id by until the fourth Friday when the Al f a leites it filch the in. Exit urn St g class adv announced group ants and firm wit in or major award. No Gong will be need it Hie quartet of p be Las a tomorrow at clock. Miss Davis is Safe at Palestine after voyage new la i i ii eke cd radio Pale of 111 Thio Australia Aerial medical Vic flew Loo too Miles in the Tat year to attend emergency a a in Remote District. My re. I a it oui Jersey try o a a in bion on Septemo Davis i in palest at the Friend in for girl located at Henry Al Liny aged s3, lust completed 75 year of by a tithing on the ame forge Trotti Cliffe. England. I. Patterson. Percy Mccoy negro 901 Ion Alley violation in on Law capias Calvin Norris negro collard Street heating i ill. Jury trial. Palm Sanders. Negro 513 it Street assault no pro Rea Hihi 1 4 of maid with Tor Leader of the Colic net Hor of a practical and other Hooka deify pop list Church Here nine an inspirational instructive address on sic the address a by the Junior Road of first or Vav. I the s of his til that his a or if in Baptist. Tice ii potent p t Oke Forest choir i recite glee club. By in zoology Quot Fred Al first sunday eve and highly Church my s sponsored of deacons re of which ibis m in. J. L. Ivas. Lit and Bland Ime to this she had in and Mot her Sii up Iii. Student pm Wood riving a Illy and a w Kins Pegg. Or. Min it a d a u a w kit or Enfield in the school c t lie p the Gra of this o f Vav ii Vera lid Iii m j vent first struck i third a at the Moon. Rev. Cetus Yea i s j with Haw a. And Grade d. Frank Evans 5 7. Died at City memorial Hospital in Winston Salem shortly after 9 30 this morning. Or. Bans had been ill since August and a patient in the Hospital for the past nine weeks 1 to ring w was critic he was March 24 time his condition sch ii. Horn in Ola 1ss2. The n Etc to ii and Mattie work in came to this City la from Burlington and ti0 4 Thissell Street june when h Ville. For a number of be had been employed b Adams Millis corp., am working at their Plant in Kernville when taken i it of Tom us. He years ago resided at until last moved to kernels a he the was her. Or. Ii mus Aud literary society advantages cited i i or it mob at the told i Mig h Tigon his Hill Nim i were a had the it y society would Quot said i Stu hoi t or Dent in coling re of joining t aking a conical loot p. I n i hod1 it the. L its a a my Mil text Al. To Al t re try to i a it ii Walker it violation i trial. M k pen or. It a 3 11 Hibit i i North in Law Soi site less sir in old Range Hunt How old is yours to the owner of the oldest Cook stove electric Coal Oil or Wood in actual Home service in Guilford county will be Given a $169.50 �?1939 Model Westinghouse Range free you do not have to buy anything just Register your Range on the Purchase of a new Diplomat Range $10 to $30 allowance for your old stove rules of contest i owner of old Range must Register name and address and stove with Bose furniture company on or before Hill he to til. Registrations not accepted by mail or Telephone Lour of l c Mik stove will in judged by a representation of Enterprise retail merchants association Westinghouse electric Supply i Iii St by and the owner of the oldest Range Iii service will he awarded a new St i Westinghouse bang free. Judges decision w Blim final. Befits ratio to card can in secured Al the office of Bose eur Iii Titre company id South main Street. J i attend the electric cooking school at the Paramount theatre october Roll 12 and 13 and hear mrs. J. Watson Shockley demonstrate the advantages of electric cookery. See the new Westinghouse Range. Rose furniture company 243 South main phone 2788 4332 ear of Cost Brad not Haw pros 1 209 Wil a months of costs Clay disorderly conduct jury John Adam a ii i Ter. 140 Sherrod Street i driving pay damage and i of court. Sam Whitworth. Negro Curley Street Drivers License one half court Coats and get License h. H. Groom 705 Mon lieu \ venue. Rookie driving pay Bona fide damage to j. Hutchens and pay court. J. A Wilson 1306 Street non support with leave. John Archie. Negro i lie Bow assault four i suspended on payment of court. Joe kid speeding and reckless driving. $5 and costs of court m. A. Burleson. 1717 Ogden Street abandonment and no support twelve months suspended for five years on payment of one half Cost. J. K. Boyd High Point hotel damage to personal property pay $7 damages and half court Tost. Or. And mrs. Alfred Mathis violation of apartment House Law court costs. Hattie Turner Aud Ennis Smith. Negroes. East Washington Street affray with deadly weapon one half court costs. To s. Vanadore 223 Southern Avenue abandonment and no support twelve months suspended on condition that he stay away from wife and children and pay costs of court. Herman Miller negro 3 of Coolidge Street occupying room for immoral purpose jury costs. Mary Patterson negress. 7 23 East Washington Street violation prohibition Law twelve months sup e ii d e d on condition she move from present location and pay jury costs. Bertha Strickland negress 306 Coolidge Street occupying room for immoral purpose jury Coots. Ada Richardson negress. To. Cross Street violation prohibition Law six months suspended for two years on payment of costs. W. A. Morgan. C Ca Camp Road violation prohibition Law four months suspended sentence older cd into Effe it i. Brewer. Bennett n. Ca d Oliy Tea a not her spirit Narn your or phrase your great Christ dwell dug a lid. A in in psalms a Tonga Sinai hearts to til potent pint a singing w hearts Quot he ? trouble with t a Hapel to i Nubi with lord. A sized d in to i t. He one s and Grace the be in t the Odem a a p songs a they were or jazz music and he proved till i Point by playing several popular religion songs. In contrast the doctor spoke of 1 the Blately devotional and soul warming hymns which have lived i through the centuries. He said Ilia he had found Only a rom a punitive few persons who were educated in the history of some i of the old hymn such As Quot Jesus Lover of my soul a failing to know the background made possible a certain amount of indifference a to devotional value he thought the speaker traced the origin of some of tin popu ii tunes of the Day. He said that the Ca Ara i i Mark of a musician gave Rise to Tiu music and words. A the music goes a round Aud a round and cuties out there a Aud much of the singing in our sunday schools be had found was just a matter Al Catchy Lunes going a round and round beginning and ending in nothing. But lie made it Clear that the churches were not wholly to blame. Musi publishers having an Eye to commercial profits. Felt that they must get out new song books every year True they retained some of the old songs but added Many ragtime tunes. The modern Church feeling that it must keep Pace with the time thus became the victim of this commercializing and costly influence. Or. Potent concluded Bis address by calling attention to the i great importance of worship say i lug that congregational singing was just As necessary As prayer i and sermonizing. be said Quot drove from the Temple the Money changers and Sellers of doves. The Church must some j How get rid of those material influences which Are working a sad havoc with sacred helpful worshipful religious music Aud Ling i is it ii Aden Ani an of to Rary y to it a r in a in my. In ans was a member of the Green Street Baptist Church and trophy Council no. 19 of the Junior order this City. On july 22, 1905, he was married to miss Maggie Morris who survives. Surviving also Are three sons. Troy of Evans of Kernersville. George Evan of this City and Raymond fans of new York City five daughters. Misses Anna Ruth f7vaps and Sarah Evans both of Kernersville mrs. K. J. Justice. Mrs. Margaret Cox both of this Louise Krites of it one brother. City and mrs. North Law rear Charlie in ans w b Rogers i Ami Ourhaan t h re or to All is of ten Ulster mrs. Georga ii a m. Tilley grandchild he by Allied t has to d Bas to lie pare general Infix math More so when the appear on the Prog depend upon him his own talk. Third friendships and fellowships Are built. This is particularly important As friends made in College will be people of the upper ranks and people who will hold important places in later life. Last through participation in the literary societies programs poise is developed As the student appears Oil the platform before his fellow members. Seven men accepted by army recruiting station body will Koonce funeral tuesday morning returned to the Ville funeral conducted from Baptist Church remain at the Home until when it will he Home in kernels services will he the Green Street sometime wed iday. The time to he announced later. Interment will he made in Floral Garden cemetery. Seven men through the Loc Tion during the a ice with various bran United states army i Fred a Wiles sergeant said this morning of a Lov d Daniel w Ca Ville Herman Bay t Herman Ray in Greeni All accepted for 111 George d. Lewis rout Boro William Carroll bsh lit reel and inf caller 2216 Hansel s accepted rutting Sta of for serv Ltd has of the Iii Panama. Get in charge a Thomas Hornas Ville Sboro. Were infantry. 5. Beenst-2319 fanged James feet go to symphony orchestra plays Here october 17 in premiere concert the Date of the premiere pro ram of the High Point symphony orchestra is tuesday october 17 instead of october 27 is was erroneously announced \ est eld a. The program will be tinder the direction of George Henry faculty member at woman s College of the University of North caroling and the Public i invited to attend. The coast artillery and William Clayton Myers Atlanta ga., to j the engineers new members received by Christian Endeavor in an impressive candlelight ceremony held last night at High Point College the leg in pus Chris i than of Endeavor society received is j new members. The Christian Endeavor pledge j was read in unison by both new i and old members in a Brief con i sedation service. Issuing worthless Clit David Yates 4 Avenue disorderly it pros with leave. Ben Vaughan. Negr it lilt Street violation Iii in three months sentence ordered into k. Capias. I Mangum conduct vol i 508 lot prohibition suspended effect. Diseases on cases Only ported to the City health depart mein during the past week. Reported Case of measles and if Scarlet fever were com in Uhi Rable diseases two the re it Isi us commodities prices bust s improvement and a High level consumption of Dairy products factors indicating improvement the Daviv situation reports Iii \. Arty Dairy Extension up t cull state heaths i Bank b. Eik Ost Hendersonville. Of 9 a /1�?frsnk Ravenel Frost 75. Retired attorney of Charleston s. A died Ai his Home near Here Early today. A native of society Hill s. A he had lived Here for several Yea is. Surviving Are his widow a son John t. Frost of Charleston and a sister mrs. Wilmot d. Port Lier also of Charleston. Lbs. Margaret la. Ashe Washington Ort. 9.�? 2p a funeral services were held Here today for mrs. Margaret Henry Ashe 83, formerly of Raleigh a a mrs. Ashe descendant of William Henry Haywood jr., who Between 1830 and is 16 was speaker of the House of the North Carolina legislature in the diplomatic service in Belgium Aud a United states senator died Here saturday. She was the widow of William Willard Ashe a govern Iii it botanist and son of Captain Samuel Ashe North Carolina his i of my. Thomas Meredith Kivett. Well known citizen of 623 Arch Street High Point died at his Home at i o Elo k sunday afternoon after about one year s illness at the be of 7u. He was a native of Randolph county having been born there november 4, is tis the son of i. M. And Isabel Kirkman Kivett. La had been a resilient of High Point Lor 2o years and prior to his illness had operated a grocery store. He was married 51 years ago to miss Mary Alice Stout who Urvi Vea with three sons j. L. Rivet i of Culpepper a. One hearing on application of airline postponed daughter Randolph children children mrs. A o. Oliver of county eleven grand and five great grand three Brothers Waite 9 up Washington Ort the civil aeronautics authority today again postponed a hearing on the application of the Pennsylvania Central airlines to of rate an air line from Norfolk. A. To Knoxville tenn., by Way of Foj Vizabeth City Rocky mount. Of Jamestown David and Helio Kivett of Staley three Sisters mrs. J. T. Langley of stale mrs. J. R. Williams and mrs c b Turner of Liberty. He was a member of the it i Quot Lim holiness Church where fit ii Ria i services will be conducted at la o clock tuesday morning by the pastor Rev. O. L. Ruth. Rev. A Royal and Rev. V a. Lain interment will be in to a1 Carli ii cemetery. Rah git. Greensboro Winston Alem. Hickory and Asheville. A c. A Iii hearing recently set for november 13, this time a Post to nod to december la. Seven thousand boy scouts from seven countries held a Jamboree in Tokyo Japan this year. Air service was recently in Angul ated Between Moscow Russia and Stockholm Sweden. Caifa amp adj Dud hmm nor i Erfert interpretation of the finest in modern design with an enduring Quality of artistic Merit to last through All the years to come. Whichever style you prefer you will find a Towle pattern to interpret it in truly delightful fashion. It is surprising How easily you May acquire this Fine Sterling. Buy the place service a a usable unit at a time. It s easy on the budget. A place service knife Fork salad Fork Teaspoon butter spreader and Cream soup spoon in any of these Lovely patterns is Only about $10-75. A a Lenox Rose blushing roses against a White Wall in Garden time Are not More gorgeous and appealing than those gleaming against tin soft creamy background of la no China. Here indeed in stemware with Histing Appeal a h fascination Tho will linger when they have passed into heirlooms. There i nothing More timely or smarter than Fostoria. Tuesday i us Krane ally a. While they i Wist at the cooking school a China and silverware selected personally by mrs. T. Watson Sheckley from per Kenson a will be featured exclusively. Limits Nae 110 North main

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