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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 23, 1939, High Point, North Carolina The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina monday october 23. 1939 . Social and club activities to speak at girl scout convention Madeline Hoover editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a. M. To 12 m. ,%,.v.w...%,ss.v1vav.vji Althusa club s Hobby show now drawing interest three share honors at birthday dinner social Calendar or. And mrs. Ford Pilson en-1 pertained sunday with a birth i i Day dinner at their Home on plans for the Althusa club s West Hay Street honouring mrs. Hobby show brims held this j Susan Evelyn Pilson Mother Al i week end Are attracting wide in-1 or. Pilson who celebrated her Terest and. According to Indica 82nd birthday at this time tons hobbies of Many types will j sharing birthday honors with be on display at the show w hich mrs. Pilson were her Little grand j will get underway thursday and son. Jackie Pilson Aud mrs. I continue through saturday night in the vacant building next floor to the deluxe diner on fast Commerce Street. Each member is displaying at least one Hobby and Many other t. Sugg of Ellerbe. Dinner was served to about 4 0 Kupris. The honoree received Many attractive gifts. Out of town guests who were present were or. And mrs Grov townspeople Are cooperating in or Bray and Rena Bray or. And attempting to make the show the. Mrs. Roy Bray of Thomasville Success it is expected to be. J or. Aud mrs. I. Pilson. Ber there will he displays of anti nhe and Rodney Pilson of Kernersville miss Wilma Bray and or. Sheffield of Reidsville or. And mrs. T. Snag and Patsy Ann Sugg of Fiche or. And mrs Alvin White a and children of Raleigh. # change Date of a. A. U. W. Meeting members of the local chapter of the american association of University women Are asked to i take note of the Diane in Date of its october meeting scheduled i for this evening until next Mon i Day. October 3o, due to conflicting dates. This change in plans was made since the announcement was Given in on saturday land announcement of the Chung j in Date was made this morning to a mrs r. A. Herring program j chairman w to was responsible i i for set Tang or Marie Louise Ruth of the modern language i department of Guilford College j us guest speaker for this time. The meeting next week will he held at Tho Home of mrs pm Bree h Blat Ward. 202 Hillcrest drive and members Are asked to take note of the i change in Date until one week later than previously announced i wee ques including old glassware China needlework and other articles firearms Scenic postcards Stamps soap sculpture dolls hammered Copper Hooks and Many others too numerous to mention mrs. John Holbrook is chairman of the Hobby show committee and serving As her assistant is miss Lois Wellborn chairman of the ways and Means committee. While other club members will also help with arrangements for the show. Anyone having an outstanding Hobby which they wish to exhibit May do so by calling 2747 and mrs. Rothrock will make the necessary arrangements it was announced this morning. Wee mrs. Trimnell honoured with Shower Here diem to d a Cli of Bride was when mrs mrs. Claud try at a Misc the Home of it Avenue. Bingo and lured during the hostesses Bell with a or other guests miscellaneous later re fro. To mesdames Everhart. W Thomasville Hickory 1>� Drew a. Wright. K inst Wilkinson Vilada Tell a recent saturday night Bowman and ined Hospital us Shower at be on Cedrow contests were Fea the evening. Irater Teven Ted mrs. Trim room lamp. And the showered her with gifts. Hit Oats wet a served Lloyd Jones. Joe hard Everhart of j o Bessie Brittain Olla Trimnell t. V. An b l. Pierce j Mith and i Wayside Carden club to meet tomorrow morning with mrs. Hallenbeck s p. Alpha Theta Psi alumnae chapter of High Point College will meet at the Gibson club rooms with misses Helen Raper and Agues Wardell As associate hostesses of is Day Quot to a. Wayside Garden club will he entertained by mrs. F. H. Hallenbeck at her Home on Forest. Hill drive. 3 p. In. The ladies Bridge party for the Emerywood country club membership will be held at Tho clubhouse with mrs. Glenn g. Perry As Chih hostess. Reservations for play must be made in Advance of Hie party. 3 30 p. w. O. T. Club will be entertained by mrs. A. 8. Caldwell jr., at her Home 531 Parkway. 6 15 p. business anti. Professional girls club will Hoar or. O. Williamson pastor of the presbyterian Church at theil weekly supper meeting at Tho y. W. A. Hut. 6 30 p in a the Althusa club will have its dinner and program meeting at the Sheraton Holt i w Hen a musical program will he presented. 7 30 p. In the High Point chapter number 106, order of the Eastern Star will meet at the masonic Hall. Wednesday 12 30 p. In. The wednesday Book club will be guests at a luncheon and program meeting at the Home of mrs. F. F. Dickson 506 Lindsay Street. 7 30 p. In. The local chapter of the women of the Moose will hold a chapter night program at their Hall Here. 830 p. study group of the High Point Council of jew in women will meet at tile Home of mrs. Harry Jacobs 642 colonial drive with mrs. Ren Herman As associate hostess. Thursday to a. Early american arts club will be entertained by or. E. Millis at her Home in Emery Wood. The program will feature the topic a paper weight so As another in the relies of programs on a old Glass Friday 3 p. i among prominent speakers at the girl scout convention to be held in Philadelphia october 23-27 will be mrs Franklin d. Roosevelt Cente honorary president of the girl scouts who will speak at the opening session or. James Rowland Angell heft president emeritus of Yale University now head of the English speaking Union and or. Livingston Farrand right former president of Cornell now technical adviser for the american children s fund. Mrs. Frederick la. Brooke of Washington d. C., lower right retiring president of the org aviation will preside at the convention. Mrs. F. Louis Slade of new York City acting chairman of the National Board of directors will deliver the key note address. Mrs Ralph cd. W right of new Brunswick n. J., lower left Secretary of girl scouts. Inc., will present constitutional revisions. Other members of the Board of directors volunteers leaders and professional workers wih come from All Paris of the United states to attend the convention. The Way on to it the de Gay Day on flt t do my meet club Ling a of the for a v r 10 o c 11 Hal la h it nil set with mrs t her Home for the meeting. the to of Mer n a cilia r s. Laf-209 Louise regular Bilbie misses a ii in Trimnell and Haze w right. A we i Over the teacups to meet thursday week end ride and Hunt held at Sedgefield it Rda y 9 30 a in strict of i w Anis club t to wives and hers at irs an a i t Hub ration i ballroom. The Over the t hold it regular in Day of one of clock j. Gold will he to Eon at her Horn i is club will e on thurs Tami mrs. T. At a lunch Ige Field. Be entertain Aion at the club with t of which is pres id in Host to tile in cry w e a music i j. N acting a Piedmont h Carolina clubs will All Day ses of country to Art club. Cronstedt a official Jon. Ii Ridi in although not a largely of cd As some of the fixture of Sedgefield Hunt. The inform yesterday afternoon feat represent it Ive group get fir Dor Way at the stable at the usual hour. The live Hunt on saturday morning featured two brisk chains although no kill a made. The Fox escaping the Huntsman after furnishing Lively entertainment the Hunt got underway at 7 o clock in the morning and continued until about ten. On the Adams farm near Sedgefield. In attendance were or Aud mrs. Charlo Kearns. Howard Blair. Earl n. Phillips joint master of the Hunt and a c. Chaney of High Point and the following from Sedgefield and Greensboro miss Anne Cole Sally Payne. Harriett Hall Agnes Jeter Levin Shower Aud Mitchell Nathan Ayers. G a Bryson Albert and George Bryson jr., Jack Paw Helio. A Shote Stal k Dillard. Bui Buxton Anil or t. Smith. Silver Tea to be Church social w Villi or. Gleaners meet tied a Mph j the gleaners cd Street methodist with mias Nancy Home on Kat Bur i Day evening at according to an i made today a a a Highland women to meet tuesday the woman mis piety of Highland Church will meet tues d Las of the lurch will meet Connor at nor on Street tues 7 30 o clock announcement Sam Ary so met Hod is t Day evening i held tomorrow at the Church at 7 30. Mrs. V ii Madill mrs. A e. Dowd and mrs. Cheve will he hostesses a a Calvary Young people s Chi in in meets tuesday the Council of the Young people s department of Calvary methodist Church will hold its monthly meeting tuesday evening a 7 30 o clock of the Home of m a h i to a Morgan on Smith Street according to an announcement made this morn ing. A safely week is launched pastor open drive w till special sunday Sermon. Special to the Enterprise Thomasville. Oct. 23.�? the feat organized a safety week Quot in Thomasville was launched sunday with Short safety talks being made in Tho various Charette of the City by Hie pastors of the Church. The program for today included a safety program at the noon meeting of the Thomasville Lions club. At 2 30 in the afternoon a safety discussion was scheduled with the student Hody school we resolutions upon Cio policies Are adopted at meet one Hundred and fifty delegates from c i. O. Unions in Many parts j i of North Carolina gathered of the1 Union Hall bet yesterday in a1 j conference which adopted procedure for setting up a state Industrial Union Council through a con j i it it u t Iona i convention and passed resolutions affecting c. I. O. Pol a icy on current issues including i neutrality. Following a Short address of j Welcome by l. S. Ross of High j Point the conference was opened by e l. Sandefur Winston Salem. Carolinas director of the c. I. O. I a Short Junior Union group of local 319 Jot textile workers Union of i America of High Point and was followed by an address of the featured speaker Solomon Burkin. National director of research of the twi a who has just completed a tour of the textile industries of the South. Or. Bul Kin hailed what he j called the a a new and enthusiastic i spirit of Southern labor telling of his experiences with the textile workers in Alabama and South Carolina on his tour. Throughout the South or. Barkin said. A is evidence of a new and growing determination on the part of textile workers to organize and win for themselves some of the better things of he attacked what he termed the efforts of certain Large Mill owners in Alabama Vila Jim address your questions about your problems to Marjorie Mansfield in care of the Enterprise. Your letters will be answered in these columns. Dear miss Mansfield i am a woman Twenty years old and have been married. My husband and i have been separated for four years. He got his divorce a year ago. I have a Little girl eight years old. I have met a boy lots younger than myself. He thought lots of me but every Day people would come and Tell me that he was too Young for me. I have quit going with him. Should i sit with my hands folded kit a p res in of dby Jne j and not g0 Ami anyone i work hard and make my own living. A worried Ruth a. There is no re anon Why you should not accept the attention of the of a site sex y on Are divorced and at Liberty to make your own plans yet Hoigh it is irritating to receive the Well meant advice of friends i too question the matter of your finding happiness with a tray much younger than yourself. Personally i feel that your t Hance of a Happy second marriage would he xxx till someone nearer your own age. Although congenial tastes and sympathetic understanding ire quite As important if not More so than age when the subject of Matrimony is Heing considered a a woman of mature judgment should think Many times before considering marriage with someone much younger. If you and the Young Man convinced that your happiness lies in each other s company then you should ignore the re you yourself must realize then he of your Friend and make ,. 4 your own plans. But unless you importance of mature judgment Are positive that you could have in choosing ones life partner lasting happiness and a desirable you were married too Young the Home for your daughter then i first time you found after All i advise you to wait until you find Georgia and Mississippi masked j you and your husband were not a More congenial Man before con under the Guise of a Small Manu a suited to each other. Are you to j sideling marriage. to enjoin the App Lea Aith that the Young Man whom Hon of the 32h-cent minimum you mention fully realized the sewage approved by the textile in j Sponski Hilly of marrying a woman Dusty committee scheduled to go several years older than he was into effect tomorrow and which a woman who has a daughter i North Carolina employers will of whom he would have to consider serve. He reported that Carolina j in making his plans Mills Are granting increase to pm j ploys in excess of 32 5 cents. You should he very careful Friend. Your life has held much Una Appino already and i Hope your future will he much More Bright and pleasant. Of Silver Tea Tho Parent another of a serie Heing sponsored by Teav her association of the Johnson Street school will be Beld tomorrow afternoon from 3 to 5 of clock at the Home of mrs. L. W Glenn 805 Dayton Street. Tin in Tea ate being Given to raise fund for the school s free lunch f it ii cd. Stubborn head colds Kilic i stuffiness and misery this firmed Way melt a spoonful of Vicks vap rub in boiling water then breathe in the steaming medicated Vapours. Thin to bedtime rub vap rub on Throat and Chest to get full Benefit of its Tong continued action while you sleep. And you will do delighted with about people a nit i he held trucks at 7 2 a report of n committee named to study the possibilities of cooperating with the Pioneer youth of America recommended such Cost the main Street 1 operation to the fullest it it h w la he followed by specially in the building of Jun Ting of the safety patrol of Tor unions composed of the Chilt Hook a meeting will Beldren of Union member. John by employers of deliver at the pity Hall tonight Leighton Southern director of the Pioneer youth of America was to. A representative of the present and outlined its policies. Safety division of the attend All the meet ins stat will i and will the conference adopted the recommendation. Who has e for Sev Mai. George Mattoi been ill at her Home h Era i weeks w As Burma memorial Day and will undergo treatment Resolution on w or the Resolution on War urged that this country be in to Way involved in the european War. Which was characterised As a an age old i e or Home w his is ill at a Orest Avenue lowing a Tonsillectomy which Slit underwent saturday a a i i ii i i it by min to Iak Al Loi ble or. And mrs . M. Saltz announce the birth of a daughter Mary Lorena on october 16. Bi1 for her marriage. Mrs. A by a miss of Ana Haney Bead the discussion the tuesday program will in rude a meeting with the colonial drive school children at 840 a in. And with the children at Kern Street school at one of clock in a a moved to the1 afternoon \ called meeting i struggle of rival imperialist Hospital sat or j of he Thomasville business and no matter what Aniene professional women club will j meats or revisions Are adopted to lie held at the City Hall tuesday existing neutrality legislation. The night at 7 30, at which time a Resolution called attention to the her prominent speaker will present a danger of powerful Industrial fed safety program. Groups bringing pressure to sus a meeting of All bit yelp riders Pend the operation of labor Logia i in t a schools of Thomasville will int Ion and civil rights under the j lie held at the main Street school excuse of a National emergency. Wednesday afternoon at 3 30 in and called upon Congress to main the afternoon. Bicycle clubs will Maili full vigilance in guarding la he formed at this meeting other born gains and strengthening the a meetings will be announced economic set unto of the ame Iran i through the week. J people. K c ident i i i to one Rutherfordton. Oct. 23 j ii Boney Helton. 27, was killed i instantly and Ted Gibbs suffered a i fractured Skull yesterday when i their automobile left the Highway i to car Lake lure vjsis5 All vegetable laxative has important Points mad Lover shoots girl kills self another Resolution warning of the danger of the abridgement of civil rights at this time was jury Man s illness causes mistrial in Blythe s Case Charlotte Ort. My up Federal judge is. Yates Webb declared a mistrial today in the action brought he Legette Blythe of Charlotte against Loews inc., in which a alleged the motion picture firm had infringed the copyright on his Hook a Marshall Ney a dual judge Webb declared a mistrial when one of the jurors f. Broadway of Marshville became sick. The jury had been deliberating the since since thursday. Up o a state Industrial Council adopted the following procedure up of a state Industrial Council vent on shall be Beld in High Point on Hie saturday and sunday of hip first week end in feb Mary of 40. For the establishment of a state Industrial Union Council. 2 that the basis of representation at the constitutional con apology sought for death of policeman Shanghai. Oct. 23.�?<>p a fun Siao in. Puppet mayor of the japanese held part of Shanghai will Protea to the International settlement Council the slaying of a chinese policeman on the settlement Border sunday the japanese pres said today. Two other chinese were killed and an undetermined number wounded in a 30-minute fight Between the settlement s police and Chine a motorcyclists. The japanese military which stepped in to end the fighting also will make representations to the settlement Council the japanese paper said. In another outbreak of violence. Terrorists invaded a chinese wedding party in the International settlement yesterday firing 5< allots that fatally wounded four Center Quot babes in arms Quot a Mickey Rooney Judy Garland. June Presser. At 1 25�?3 25-5 25�?7 25 9 25 also. A a football thrills a a Pete Smith sport Novelty and new with scenes of Tennessee Alabama football game. Broadhurst a hawaiian night a last Day a Johnny Downs and Mary Carlisle. At 4 42�?6 18�?7 54�?9 30 also. Walt Disney cartoon t Quot sea scouts sports subject a there goes Rusty a and metro tone new with scenes of Duke Pitt football game. A a a a a Paramount Quot second fiddle last Day a Tyrone Power Sonja Henle. At 3 34�?5 34�?7 34�?9 34. Also a March of time and Universal news. A _ Rialto Quot Jesse James Quot last Day it a Tyrone Power and Henry Fonda. At 3 15 �?5 13�?7 15�?9 15. Fox news. Former pastors of Wesley memorial heard Here sunday or. E. K. Mclarty and or. It. Moore deliver inspiring messages Large congregations were present at the sunday morning and evening services at Wesley memorial Church to hear and Greet two former pastors of the Church. Or. A k. Mclarty of Concord and or. W. Moore who has been on sabbatical leave during the past twelve months. With or. Mclarty in the la o clock service yesterday morning were his two of his sons. Rev. E. K. Mclarty jr., of the Rig Spring it Harge near Charlotte and Rev. B. Mclarty of mount Holly. The Young men participated in the services. Emmett Reading the scripture and James the oldest of three sons giving the invocation. Or. Mclarty or. Mclarty s Sermon was on the subject a an Appeal to the present age a and his text was. A come unto me. A1 be that labour and Are heavy Laden and i will give you rest. Take my Yoke upon you. And learn of me for i am Meek and lowly in heart and be shall find rest unto your souls. For my Yoke is easy and my Burden is Matt. 11 28-30. The minis Ter said in part Quot we know Jesus by the Boid. Extravagant things that he said he did not say a come unto god hut a come unto his authority is seen in the words. My peace i leave with you a my favorite picture is that of Jesus with outstretched band and the legend come unto me. A who Are Bidden to come Quot Allye who labor and Are heavy Christ is looking squarely at our world today. People have looked to religion for what they have conceived it could do for them. Have they found rest lines of Are Are to he seen on Many faces death erases such lines but that which one would like to see expressed is peace among the living in the midst of burdens and the care which bests men. Such Pear a with Jesus when he stilled the storm in the Garden of Gethsemane before Pilate in the judgment Hall. A it is True that Jesus was pained by the sinfulness and indifference of Capernaum and Jerusalem hut in gratitude he said a i thank the lord that thou Hast hid these things from the Wise and prudent and revealed them unto there was no clash in his will with that of the father and he prays for his disciples that a they All May be one As thou father Art in me and i in them. A let us not forget that Jesus was Meek and lowly at heart we expect too much our feelings Are Hurt of things do not turn out just As we want them to. We need to Humble ourselves if we Are to get the spiritual Blessing we need in j this present world when your youngster is constipated i like the words of Hie be fretful headache stomach upset Arn Gro spiritual. A i want to be like appetite lagging he needs gentle help spirit. A recently to a great meeting of christians at Copen let g,.> it w As my p Ivil it to learn that in Germany Sweden. Denmark and Norway Thoro were thousands of people of Tho methodist Faith Wilt had not a eased to Pray and that they Are carrying on As christians in spite of difficulties in Germany Only one minister was confined to a concentration Camp and i Only for a few hours. A we need Here in America Tai fortify ourselves through prayer fear is gripping our hearts toe much. And beholding our sinful condition we Are pretty mud like the negro who said. A to so mean use scared of myself. There Are Many orthodox pm it 1 of the Heterodox. So one find i god where is he what ii he a a answers to such question must be found in ones of soul. With Assurance Paul said 1 know in whom i have Btl lived and am persuaded Thi he is Able to keep that which j have committed unto Hlll against that Day c of a a ii a Are we listening a the closer to the Sun the Earl is. The faster it travel along it orbit and. Ainee it is at its near est Point during the a Intel month it make the Distant from the autumnal Equinox to the Vernal Equinox in Jess Tim it put just �?o2 drops ii est h nostril for quid Relief from of Fie head cold. Demand pm Al Tro v constipated child needs gentle help Jesus in my the Chris Tian Way. Whatever the difficulties can be the Way of Pear if we do not forget that underneath Are the everlasting arms. A May we Ever listen and hear Jesus As he says. A come unto Rny and be shall find Reft for your souls a a or. M4m be in the evening service at 7 30 o clock or. Moore preached on the theme a god s holy spirit in the life of the Church.�?�. ,. His discourse was based on Sec it acts gently kindly without Obj eral passages from revelation tenable cramping and in and in particular the text. A the 1 a deliciously fruit Ike that children that hath an ear. Let him hear take it eagerly with no fuming. A Aith unto the get a California syrup of figs Anc not the harsh punishment which a adult laxative May inflict on Alread overtaxed Young bowels. For gentle but thorough Aid knowing mothers for 50 years pave sensibly relied on a Cal form syrup of figs and elixir of you yourself probably have taken this ape child laxatives certainly should it when your own youngsters bowl need gentle nudging. Quot California syrup of figs Anc f. Ixia of Senna made primarily Foi children. It contains no Narsh drugs what the spirit a one is said or. Moore in Reading lha gospels that verbs Are in the present j tense a a the spirit and the Bride say come.�?T. A now is the Day of a is the spirit having its Way in the hearts of men we must somehow fare conditions As they Are. It has been said that a Pessimist sees a difficulty in every Opportunity that an Optimist sees an Opportunity in every Opportunity. Just now it is not Blind Pess Isim that we need nor yet a foolish optimism which Falls to measure All things. A what 1 the spirit saying have a care lest you become unduly concerned about material things possessions Banks and Money. A we fail to realize just what god can do for us through his elixir of Senna from your druggist never give your children anything stronger this mild remedy opens the bowels relieves distressing Constina turn symptoms stimulates the a tit a but does it a1 gently the Way for a child. A California syrup figs and elixir of Senna is a liquid you can adjust the dose to the tic that a what make it so economic to use. Or John Highsmith dentist announces the opening of offices at 124y i. Main Street Over Bland s a phone 4132 Venison shall or. For each Chart men and two women and also in ered local Union two Delegate i Jared the Bride and a number of for each too members or fraction j guest. Thereof and one Delegate for each i to Chang Chung minor puppet additional id members or major official said to have been the of j Jert of Ibe attack escaped unhurt. Tired rundown nervous women it local tests will Why Lyga e. Nhuha i Yogi Lybi elapsing has rips Thea Aadil by a a a by Grace h or shop a in a Quot i Judi Xii main Cdr Washington fraction i Hereof two delegates for East h in followed by the adoption of a to Active organizing group j lion calling for the naming of a i a duly accredited represent i committee of three to he on the i Taticea of c. I. O. International i Alert against any move against i such right in North Carolina and 3 Muster labor s forces to fight any it said Pur l Yiove should the occasion arise. The conference unanimously Moat poof in want a laxative toe a a Tine things h act punctual this ingredient enables Blacken 2 act thoroughly 3 act draught to impart Lone to Lazy Scully. Bowel Muscles. And it is the main Here s one that usually fills All reason for the punctual thorough three. Requirements when the easy Lenjer from constipation that most j us Down fun a and burned directions Are followed. It s an All often follows next morning after vegetable product whose principal you take Black draught. Tho ingredient has medical recognition millions of package used prove its a aug intestinal Merit. 25 to 40 Dobes. 25c, Seguin Tex Ort a a sheriff Albert sea Lloyd Boner. 26. Young a wielder Tex Farmer shot himself i to death while driving at Hird Aci opt d a Resolution denouncing Speed after his childhood Sweet lha attempt by Couit injunction heart. Maxine Bergfeld 20, a of certain textile manufacturer to wounded critically As she walked j evade the 32 scent minimum from a cafe with another youth. Wage by pleading they Are a Small miss Berg fold s companion Mill owners whereas the resold Virgil Halm of Seguin was not lion charged them with being injured. A powerful industrialist trying to in a Dias by officers Saegert evade the Law Quot Aid. Boner shot himself. The other Resolution were adopted machine left the Highway Knock against profiteering and for Low to the Road in about Loo Yards Justice George r. Dix returned an inquest Voi Dut cd suicide. Rent housing for the people. The conference on the recon unions of the a. I o. In the state to he delegates at Large. The conference voted that the chairman appoint a Constitution and program arrangements committee whose duty it shall be to make All preparations for the convention and submit to it a draft Constitution for the state Industrial Union Council. Following a report by Connle Davis Union representative from Burlington of Hie Solidarity of the striker in the Burlington Dye Mills a Resolution of support wan adopted. This Resolution is to he referred to All local unions for similar action the conference adjourned after a you alway tired or pow a rvs a can stantly on Edge do you Navy your Vomna friends who run a household raise a family and at ill manage to keep healthy and Happy a a Lark then anal nut of it no Man Uke a tired weak Quot ailing Quot woman around. Maybe All a a a a. I you need a a reliable Quot woman Quot tonic of a of try Tamou Lydia e. Fink Ham a veg popular 93-year old woman it a most Tel f e a two a on in App a e hid in Pam at Haup lot Pinkham Aid better digestion and Ali land nil in Lall Al Fibril aaa imitation to help toot up your Aholt Eya tem and thua help Calm jittery nerve special to the Enterprise i Ream female functional Diatra a Aud help give you it Orion new Energy Thomasville. Oct. 23. A Worth trying mrs. Eliza Clinard Collett popular and highly re spirited 93-year-old citizen of Thomasville. Is resting in City memorial Hospital today after a fall at the Home of her son Walter Collett in the outskirts of the City this morning. Hospital officials said the aged woman suffered a broken hip in the fall and would remain interned for further treatment. Sheraton hotel g r i l i. R 0 0 in in to far coed Vaad Quot banquet service the finest facilities for private dinners luncheons Bridge parties Etc. Special menu reasonably priced. Phone Steward or mentation of a commuter which i fixing december 3, at 2 p. In i had been named for the purpose of making proposals on the setting Greensboro As the time and place of the next meeting

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