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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 12, 1939, High Point, North Carolina october 12, 1930the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page five Sec. B j vow Aav jul 9a last Day of the Enterprise All electric cooking school but you will find the estate and Stewart Warner electric ranges Here every Day throughout the year. Visit the cooking school tomorrow then visit the household appliance co. And see a most Complete line of electric ranges phone 2850 205 North main St. Hearing ordered in Cook s death Coroner Wallace to. Freemen Calls session for i of clock Coloni r Wallace a. Freemon ordered a hearing for .1 o clock today in the death of Virgil b. Cook 30-year old Man of Homestead Avenue who was fatally shot tuesday afternoon five Miles from High Point just off Highway 61 near Fairfield Church. Funeral service for or. Cook was to he held this afternoon at 2 30 o clock at the Lebanon methodist Church. According to two companions c. E. Calloway route two and Edward Trivett 4o Mangum Avenue Cook was shot accidentally while the Trio was engaged in a Friendly target shooting contest. They said that Cook walked around from behind their car into the path of a Bullet from Bullet a .22 calibre Rifle which Trivette was filing into a clump of Hughes at a Twig established As a target. Cook was shot in the Temple slightly above he left Eye toward the Center of his head at about 3 o clock tuesday afternoon. He was taken to the Jull Ford Jenera Hospital where he lived until la o clock that night. Calloway and Trivette were held during an investigation by deputies l. Cd. Jones and Vav. A work to begin on Trinity agriculture building oct. 23 Asheboro oct. 12.�?work on the new agriculture building at Trinity High school is scheduled to begin october 23, according to a report from the office of the c county superintendent of schools. I spa funds will take care of the Cost of labor and part of the a i Terral. The balance will be borne by the county. The prob flow islands off the Cost of Alaska have repaid the Purchase Price of Alaska More than seven times. Vav lip less. Coroner Freemon announced that the following men would compose the jury at the hearing this afternoon it. B. Pegram 507 Jones Street a w. Richardson Richardson s department store t. V. Osborne. Greensboro route three k a. Wells. To 724 Clyde Chernault. Quality shoe store l. I. Morris Springfield. Tomorrow. Friday a a last Day Enterprise All electric mrs. J. Watson Shockley lecturer today s successful business Man has Learned the importance of taking time to enjoy meals. And he is fortunate in the Wisdom of mrs. Homemaker who never overlooks an Opportunity to learn More about Well balanced menus because she knows the close relation Between balanced diet and Good health. Practical help in planning the important Quot three a Day Quot will be part of each Worth while cooking school session. Take your problems to a sympathetic specialist who has devoted years to studying every department of homemaking. Paramount theatre Friday last Day october 13th doors open 9 30 a. Of a session starts to a. Of. Free Market baskets gifts major awards fruit Trees a Are blooms in Asheboro Calendar committee to meet saturday morning Greensboro. Of. 12.�? Spe a Cia i a the Calendar committee of the Guilford county bar will meet at the court House saturday morning at. To of clock to fix the Calendar for a two weeks Serju of civil cases beginning in Guilford county Superior court on october 30, at we hich judge John la. Clement of Walkertown will preside. Asheboro oct. 12.�?old-timers who will consign themselves to Mnemosyne godess of memory for the moment will quickly Tell you the Blooming of a fruit tree the second time in one year is an evil Omen and sure to bring bad Luck to the owner of the tree. On the other hand a Johnny come lately so equally As quickly explain it As nothing More than a phenomenon caused by the Blarney weather we have been experiencing this year. Hut prediction or phenomenon As the Case May be the second Blooming has occurred on several fruit Trees Here belonging to mrs. Vav. C. Hammer 611 South Fayetteville Street. Blooms numbering from two to a dozen have appeared on Apple Berry and Plum Trees. In addition the branches have been covered by buds. All of which attests to the mildness of the Carolina climate. In addition to the Hammer Trees the second crop of Small cherries is reported on a tree belonging to Corbett Scott of this City. Seek extradition of Man from a. For local robbery Robert Kirk held in Fumoy in lamber Burg for taxi Holdup Here petition for the extradition of Robert Kirk from Chambersburg. Pa., to answer a charge of participating in a robbery with fire arms Here Early september 12 was being prepared today for presentation to governor Hoey by Byron Haworth prosecuting attorney. The petition asks that governor Hoey request the extradition by governor Arthur James of Pennsylvania of Kirk. Who is being held in custody in Chambersburg. Detective sergeant Jack Vav. Mcmahon said that Kirk is a native of Washington. D. Cd a and was in High Point Only a few Days prior to the robbery. According the head of the local detective Bureau Kirk is specifically charged with robbing Vav. H. Mooney local taxi Driver of $16 of under the Point of a gun. The taxi Driver told officers that he was called to the North end of town near the interaction of North main Street Aud Lexington Avenue at about Midnight september in he picked up Kirk he said and two other men he could not identify. They told him to drive to a Point on the c c. Camp Road where Kirk pulled out a gun and ordered him to halt the car. In tis in a Kirk took Over driving the car Mooney a Ald. And they Rode j around for several hours stopping one time to put Gas in the taxi. Eventually the taxi Driver said he was taken to a Point near Oak Ridge and lashed to a tree with approximately 30 feet of rope. He later worked himself free and reported the robbery to the police. Sergeant Mcmahon said that Kirk was the Only suspect his department has been Able to definitely identify with participating in the armed robbery. Majority of u. S. Refugees at Home Washington. Oct. 12. Up it a the state department announced today that a the great majority of american citizens in Europe who required transportation have been taken care of a As an evidence of this the department pointed to the fact that the s. S. Acadia left cob. Ireland yesterday with Only 5 20 passengers. Although she has a maximum capacity of s60. The St. John will sail from England on saturday and is waiting to obtain a full booking. A these facts a it was stated a confirm the departments information that each american citizen in belligerent countries desiring to come Bank has had an Opportunity to return to the United it was stated further that 6,-1s2 passengers arrived in new York from Europe for the week ended october 6. Broadcasting corporation seeks Burlington charter Washington. Ort. 12.�? the the Central Carolina broadest Jug corporation applied to the Federal communications comm ? Siou today lot oust rut 1 i permit for a new radio Tatlo it Burlington n. A. To be of crated on 1 420 kilo cycles wit col mess tomes Hovik Rome. Ort 12.countess Haugwitz Reventlow the former Barbara Hutton Woolworth heiress said today she would sail Power time. Of 250 Watts unlimited ooh for America with he a son Lance. The countess has beet mailing Iii Venice and Paris. High Point firms Are certified to employ learners eleven hosiery manufacturers receive Leoti fica Tea eleven High Point hosiery manufacturing firm have received certificates from the labor department allow lug them learners exemptions under the wage hour Law. It was Learned Here today. The certificate issued by Elmer f. Andrews wage hour administrator. Gives full fashioned manufacturers the right to employ learners at 25 cents an hour instead of the 4fo-c�nt minimum and seamless manufacturers the right to pay Leat net s 2 5 cents an hour instead of the 3 2 cent min intern minimal became effective september is in these two branches of the Industry. A provision of the Law stipulates that in the event experienced employees Are not available learners May be employed at a reduced wage. The firms which have been issued certificates Are Adams Mil Lis corporation plants nos. I 2, 3 and 7 in High Point and Plant no. 4 in Kernersville Amos hosiery Mill Crown hosiery Mills inc. Diamond full fashioned hosiery company Guilford hosiery Mills. Inc. Harris and Covington hosiery Mills Melrose hosiery Mills inc. Silver knit hosiery Mill Simmons Mills inc. Lune hosiery Mills inc. Triangle hosiery company. Sears Roebuck reports sales in september set new record Chicago oct. 12 Ltd Srai a Roebuck and company today reported sales for the ninth period of its fiscal year. September i i to october a were $62, 505,149, the highest for any four weeks in the history of the i no Pany. Avocado pears Laurel family. Belong to the a a thai you. Too ran win the smile of the entire family and Praise from Friend husband for your Economy with the delicious economical meals you serve them. It reveals that meat planning can be made easy simple and pleasant follow the sign of the hic Start Iii it in months to come for Treater variety. Lower prices and finer Quality foods and you too can Ani eve Success and happiness As a housewife a you Lucky Star a Quot it y 314 s. Main Street k across from Post office free parking extra time specials 8 a m. To 12 p m. Small sugar cured picnic in Pound. I pc Smithfield sausage to Pound to Quantity limited c to a m to 2 p m Nice j celery 4c Sweet potatoes in to lbs. I # Quantity limited Friday and sat. 2 p m to 6 p m Peanut it butter it. To Southern Manor Sweet peas in no.2can. Ivy sugar to 59c d paper a 30 c t ssi idea blend Coffee 2 lbs. .29c san Ziwich bread 2 15c medium size prunes 2 lbs he select Carton eggs 2 dozen. 47c Brimfield slim Reg Corn 3 cans25c new i m l. Sweet Corn 4 cans. .25c Quaker Oatmeal pkg. 9c Green Beans 4 Nch a i 25c tomatoes 4 23c Vav Rison Oil it. 19c it. 37c us humid in in raisins 2 pkg. 15c seeded it seedless chuch roast Quantity limited Swift Premium pork roast la 15c cube Steak la 29c prime rib roast la. 25c sausage la 23cll chops 12k Premium Hind round Steak la. 27c hams tender it or whole. La. 17ic Smeu i in Ink Strini. Al i a leg of Lamb with loops 111c is i St it or i Kio ii of i Bacon la. 17k not Sli Bacon i b. 15c wintry old hams la. 29c. It of runs sausage 15c spotted Trout 19c red Bass. La. 10c fancy Hen a a la Xii lit i Rock a a turkeys la 29c hens la. 19c tied i Ham salad 1-lb 14c tax Bologna la. 15c land o lakes Sweet Cream by i t f p 7 roll33c u 1 1 Quot i la. Prints35c pickles or 17c Camp ii in it q no. J u u i \ Citable o c v 25c syrup 17c Mayonnaise 9 i a of. Jai mtg flour 35 24-lb. / has v j3 a Rural Gold fruit cocktail 2 tall cans 19c sugar peas 4 no. 2 cans. 29c Del Monte Tomato Catsup 12c Hurff a Tomato juice 2 it Quot a 29c Libby a deluxe plums of a a 15c d<4 Monte Lily Garden Xuy. J Del Monte whole Kernel no. I peas 2 cd 27 Lorn 2 23 i wheaties Colton Nice Ela. Grapefruit 6 for 25c Florida oranges 21c Doz. Red Tokay grapes 2 lbs. 15c Well bleached celery 5c stalk fancy California carrots 2 Bunches 15c Idaho Bakers potatoes 6 lbs. 25c new Green cabbage 3 lbs. 10c admission is free

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