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THE DANBURY REPORTER
Workers On Strike
High Point, Thomasville, Lexingrton, Kerners
ville, Jamestown, Involved—No Violence Re
ported—Expected Many Will Return to Work.
•Beginning with a strike of 400 J
workers la a hosiery mill in High j
Point Tuesday, the atrlke rapidly
spread, embracing practically all
mills and factories in High Point,
large groups visited Kerneravillo
Lexington, Ttiomaaville. Jamestown
and other points until today it is i
estimated that 15,000 people hav* j
quit their jobs and axe walking th*
There to no violence reported j
It is expected many of the strlk.
ere will return to their work today. 1
The complaint of the 400 Is that |
their wages had been reduced from •
$2 per hundred dozen pairs of hose
to $1.50. They demand $2.25.
High Point, July 20. —Workers of
aeven textile mills, some of the
thousands who quit work, cut pow
er linee, and closed down mills Tue-s.
day. were ready to go back to work
today—if their mills were open.
At a mass meeting last night, at.
■tended by 2,000 of the workers, It
was announced that four textile
mills had agreed to meet the men's j
wage demnds. A
* Seven A scree. |
Th? other three mills of the seven j
•previously had me.t tlve demands ■
A but workers there came out .'n i
sympathy. They were told by D. i
V. Bradley, chairman of the strlk.
era coromiik?, to t?° ba?k to work.
Operators were not certain, how.
ever. that the mill? would be open.
At Lexington nearby, Chief f
Police K. B. Talbert was expect!:;.' 1
a visit from strikers whose mills
have not met demands. A recent 25
per cent, out occasioned the strike
which was promoted locally by tex
tile and furniture workers.
No mills were closed in Lexing-!
ton and Chief Talbert told the Unit
ed Prersj: |
We are ready for any emergency
and will be ready to receive t.'io
strikers when they arrive. The j
workers arc satisfied with the pres. 1
ent scale and no factories or millls
will be closed In Lexington. The
•»' laborers here declare they are not!
Interested in the High Point trouble
and wIH take r.o part n !t.''
«,Cl Jailor J. H. FKnohum reports
tha* he has only six prisoners con _ I
fined In Stokes Jail and that thrae
of these are federaL prisoners. Mr.
PJlnchum hfcfe reputation of
feeding his prisoners well and often!
in the Federal court those receiving
sentences make request that they b"
sent to Stokes oounty for confine,
merit. The price of board to the
Federal government la only
day, ifie same as. the county pays
the Jaior. Mr. Flinchum to a good
tanner and a great deal of the food 1
be uses Isfrgwdw u by htnwalf.
f. 8. Ross was b«re ait jehe oourt
house teat week and qualified m
easoutor of the will of the late H
aeuthsm, of Meadowa townahlp.
Walnut Cove News.
| Walnut Cove, July 19.—Mr. and i
Mrs. Edward Kirkland, of Knox,
rille, Tenn., are here on account of i
the Illness of Mrs. K.irkland's fath_ 1
er, Dr. W. Neal, who la In a Wins. 1
ton-Salem hospital. Friends will be '
I plad to know that Dr. Neal la some
better this morning.
Misses Nell Hutcherson, Margar.'t 1
Hutcherson and Frances Fulton are '
spending the week at the summer
home of Geo. H. Fulton seven miles
from town. They expect a number
i of guests over the week end.
j Mrs. J. V. Lewellyn left yesterday
to spend several days in Greensboro
visiting relatives. She was acoom_
panied by her small daughter Mary
Mrs. Bill Fulton and sma'l
daughter, Barbara Anne, left today
for Columbia S C„ for a visit with
Mrs. Smith Robinson. Her mother, j
Mrs. P. W. Davis, accompanied her i
is 'far as Greensboro for the day.
Mrs. H. N. Scott, Mrs Walter
Vaughn and Mrs. Frank Petree are'
upending the day in Wlnst on .Salem, j
Mrs. Gladys Morefleld Kress and
email daughter, of Chicago, arej
I spending some time here with her
I ua-ents. Mr. and Mr*. J. Wesley j
Moivfl Id ,
] M'.:s Heva Hinsdale, of Bur!incr_
ton. who has been visiting friends'
school closed, has joined her
' pa. en s. Mr. and Mrs. S. j. Hinsdale,'
heri? for the summer. I
1* trior Fitzgerald l„-i conducting a
11?-'ries of mooting* at the M. E.
ch.ir. h here and is being assisted ;
b\- Rev. Walk CM*, cf Mockfville.
Mr and Mrs. Glenn Fair have re.!
moved to Louisville. Ky„ to ma\'e'
I their home. They have recently |
' b en living near here with Mr. Fair
holding a position in Winston-Sal^'
em. Their mother Mrs. Minnie Fair. '
1 is staying In Greensliboro for awhl'e
before joining them In Uouisvllle.
j To Meet at Raleigh
To Elect New Chmn.
The Democratic campaign in
North Carolina leading up to the
| general elections in Nevember Is
' tentatively set to be launched at
| Asheboro, in territory which is
normally Republican, on August 9
' with ail address by Govenor O. Max
! Close on the heels of that event
the Democratic Staae executive
commJttee Is expected to meit j
: at Raleigh to name a new State I
' chalrmaa to direct the party's act I.
| vltbea this faU.
OreeiMtooeo, JUiy 20.—MMdidtejdts
trict prohibition agoirtß during the
past several days have arrested ten
j persons, destroyed seven at 11 la, oap.
' tured three automob4toe and de.
' Anored a large amount of liquor.
Danbury* N. C., Wednesday, July 20,1932
DEATH OF MIZPAH i]
YOUNG LADY (
MISS NF.IjL BARR, AGED 14, BCR-jl
IED AT MT. VIEW BAPTIST
CHIRCH CEMETERY DEPI'_ |
TY SHERIFF SOI'THERX
MAKES A HAUD—OTHER KING
King, July 20. —Miss Luclle Ash. i
burn has returned to her home here i
after spending several days with j
relatives at Mount Airy. v
Nell Barr. aged 14, died at the
home of her parents near Mizpah
| Friday from an attack of pneu_
monia and side pleurisy The de- .
ceased 13 survived by the parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barr, five
brothers, George, Robert, Jr.,
Charles, Carroll and Ray Barr, and
one sister. Miss Francie Barr. The
funeral service was conducted at
MounMountatn View Baptist
church Sunday morning at 10:$0
and burial followed in the church
Mountain View Baptist church Sun
day morning at 10:30 and burial
followed in /the church cemetery.
Alec Bowman, of Mount Airy, was
among the visitors here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Webster ani
son, Ben Dick, of Olivia, are spend.
1 Jng a few days with relatives here.
I An automobile being driven by
! Sam Goin and a car with Pierson
Kiser at the wheel collided on Mai-.i
street here Saturday afternoon.
None of the occupants were hurt,
'and the cars were only allght'yi
damaged. 7 J ? t •• j
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brotvn, of
' Winston Salein, were week end
visitors to relatives .here.
1 The home of Mr. and Mrs. 1i0!..,
jtlis'er was made happy Sunday '>Vj
f .h- arrival of u, bii'jy bo>\
K.re P Stone, of fharlottO
anl Cludi:* ."tone, of Hitrli I'uintJ
spent Sunday with relatives iiere. !
j Clyde Mickey, of Winston-SaKiii, !
• , !
iipen: til.' weekend with relative#
' and friends nere. ' .i ■ i
| Jlr. and -Mrs. P H. Neff-um spent j
.Sunday with Mm. Newsum's pa _ i
' rents, Mr. and Mrs. Ham K'^rer.
: noar Donna.ia.
Deputy Sheriff Joel Y. Southern
captured five gallona of beer and
two men, Fount Jessup and Coy
Jones near Trinity church just west'
of town iSunday morning. Jelsaup ■
and Jones were given a preliminary |
h aring before Justice of .the Peace
J. S Garner. Both defendants were
bound over to the next term of Su.'
' perior count in a bond of SIOO.OO
each which was arranged.
John Smith, owner of the Blee_ 1
trie Shoe Shop, is quite sick at his|
home in Pilot View.
James R. Caudle and family, of
Greensboro, spent Sunday with
relatives and friends here.
Dr. G. B. Stone and family, J B.
Stone and family, Grover F. Stone j
and family, A. G. Bowman and
family, of Mdunt Airy, S. 0. SahauD
and family, of High Podnt, and Mr. j
and Mrs. Clnton and Miss Kate P.
atone, of Charlotte, all wejwt on a
picnic trip to Moors/e Sprlnw Sun.'
day. They report a very nice time.
Quite a number of people Croat
here attended the home ooming
at Mount Olive churoh Sunday.
DR. J. W. NEAL IS
IS IV WIN'STON_SAI>F.M HOSPI_
TAIj QVARTERIJY CONFER
ENCE AT PINE HAH,.
Walnut Cove, July 18.—A largo
crowd wis here Sunday aitendin:;
communion service held at th'
Primitive Baptist church. It was a t
throughout this section who will be :
all day affair and dinner served
at the noon hour.
Dr. J. W. Neal, prominent Walnut
Cove and Stokes county citizen, is
quite ill in a Winston_Salem hoj.
pßal. Dr. Neal has many friends
interested to know that he was said |
to be somewhat Improved last .
The regular quarterly conference
of the Methodst church for the
Danbury circuit was held at Pine'
Hall M. E. church Saturday with 1
services Sunday morning by pre_'
siding elder, W. IS. Poovey, of M:J
Several people from here attended
the funeral services of R. P. Web.'
ster in Madison la:t week.
A. T. ltothiock has accepted a
position in High Poln.t and has al.
ready entered upon hU diitie*.
Mrs. Leake I»vin is spending a
few days in Mebane the guest of
her s»st.?r, Mrs. Donnell Van Nop.
Mrs. Anno Carter Is expected
home from summer school at Chapel
Hill Wednesday and will be accom.
I panied by SU-.s Mabel M ilieu, of
jChipel llill. They will spend a week
J Sa in Mis-; M.-.lle.'t is
pi as.tmly remembered h re «!•,'. re
she formerly re- ded with h-r
both".*. Rev. .1. 11. M tilett. «:-j
\va titen rt ct. r of Chrirt s J'Jpls •..
' pa! oiicr h.
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' .Ali.-ts Gr'.eoJJo! K n-as c
.a- i.el this v.'et-k f"r a vi.-i • w: i>
. lit-r ni tlicr. M.s. 11. I'. .!v
j Mr. and Ms. t.'ito i' vs, ''
; (iiv- i »iro. v.. re r--i -nl g.!v-ts .f
I Mr. ai: I Mrs. I'. \V. Davis.
j Wheat Farmers To
! Hold For Dollar
! A •.r.'e.V. movineiit i- 1 .
atno.i'X ' i ..:ers in I; ■ v.. .' >n.v.
| Ing States of the West, starting at
I Tolna, N. D., to hold their wheit
, until the price reaches sl.o#. More
.than 400 townships have pledged.
I The statement issued by the farm.
' ers reads:
j "This period of low prices finally
( has brought us to a position where
it is either sink or swim," Willis
I said. "Now let us aet together and
put a fair price on our produot. We
| will se,t the price and hold oat
.until wet get our p#ce."
Organizations are perfected along
I township lines. As producers sign
an agreement, It is deposited with
the township board. Certain farmers
I are designated to see the pledge U
j "We will hold our wheat until
I there is a demand for it at the set
! price of one dollar per bushel, anl
| then we will sell only 10 per cent.
In one month," Willis continued.
.This will make an orderly mrkettng
*r. and Mra. W. C. White, of
Methane, spent the paat week tt
Is Decidedly Wet
This Is the Opinion of R. R. Reynolds, Recently*
Nominated For the U. S. Senate On the Demo
Session At Chul'ch
The Union Missionary Society m«t
recently at their regular month'y j
' meeting in the Presbyterian church
I with the president. Mrs. J. S. Tay.
• lor, presiding. The book of llevela.
j tions has been the topic of study by!
the Society for some time, the lesson
i for this afternoon on the last two
i' cha;:.teir» concluded this program.
Questions on the chapters were
'arranged by Mesdames J. J. Taylor
and E. P. Pepper. The prize for
j answering more questions correctly
went to Mrs J. S. Taylor, who re.
' ceived a jardenler. R>*v. Marshall.
| pastor of the Presbyterian church |
gave a most interesting talk on som >;
of the mission fields. Mr. Marshall j
j has traveled extensively and
t made his talk of foreign customs
• very realistic.
. i Mrs. J. S. Taylor returned Sunday
j morning from a delightful vi:t |
I among old friends at Guilford Co'.. I
I lege and Oak Ridge. Mrs Taylo. -
,'a t-nd-d t:te antique party at tiuii I
• ford College gymnasium on Satur.'
i M Mary SI .".Canless is :n V.'lnv,
, s'on Sa' m. v.Vre *'ne i- at*. a '
: " I
• 1 f.ir:i~4 t: .vn I 11-r »iste.*. Mis;'
, Est lie M i'ttil'ss I'l l (Is,, ill,, w.'d.
dir. r > :i •st'l tlii.-i ev. nin.'. t■
, VV' d-1 i: - to ' il;e p' i ■ • 111 :r, •,
. wh-n M. y « 'i tl'. i l •'•' h"-. • ■
.' .M I.u • M :i i is v-•' . '
! re! i in M i li.- n.
Returns to Florida/ '
j J. I"- !! If'.sii ,| l; :l. .j ■' .
.s horn • a* w -• r u.it iiv i" i .
, ar'f , few I •>. v -i: wl h 1 •
sm ■. F i: i! •- ■; j;
I ' ' ' ' '
■ ( two weeks after w .ii »h„ will go
'to [ctlif Junal.'skt ti spend
iEPIGRAMS—WISE AND OTHERWISE.
By W. P. MURRAY. ,
Wei', the party delegates are thru
discussing who shall take the cus*.
Ing during the pre.-fiden.tial cam !
And November 4, th» voters will
be planning who shall tako the pan.
nlng duiilng the net four years.
The average rvolilielan tries to
clean up politics by slinging mud at
Some of them wait until they at
tain office to clean up.
What this country needs is some
one who can figure out what it
Prosperity, 'tta said, Is Just
around flhe oorner. W© are already
In the corner. All we need now is
to discover how te ret out of tho..'
corn«.r and afren psoaeed around th«
( The prohlbithMiiots tMnk the
(■talk i» rather dry; the weta think
the prohlWtionlata are all wet.
N»w York. July 19 —A prediotioii
that Governor Franklin D. Roo«e_
Wit will carry North Carolina,
which went for He.r!?ert Hoovar in
19-8. wai mado today by Robert
li. Reynolds. I>eiraocratir nominee
for ienator from that .-ytave.
Reynold*, who defeated Henai/ir
Cameron Morriaon by a record pr!.
Mary majority of 107.0')'). al*«o e*_
pitvwd the belief tli4t has Stent/*
would rat.fy an amendment
in? the Kiirhteen'.h if It were pr-v.
seated. Reynolds won hu+ nomina
tion a* an advocate of repeal.
He conferred today with James
A. Farley, chairman of the Derao
critic national committe, and plans
to sw him as::»in after this waek.
Xestt Monday he and several othar
North Carolina Democrats will oatl
on Governor Roo.sevel.> a! Albany.
"North Carolina is for temper,
ince," Reynolds .said. ' I believe thiit
Governor Roosevelt will ic.i.rry the
j state if it is properly organized and
j rh» prohibition question is presented
| properly. 1 am convin 1 that tha
p-ople »f North Carolina oonetidor
! prohibition an economic question
'a'l l r."t a rei!..is om-."
! !• :■• imp M't irt fjr th- Democrats
,t" niak • i: i-. R*yniM« said,
j tint - !i> pa " -• position n a.lvj.
'cv'.t :•• •'. r v •. • il, i further
t- nip- -,.■■■■ i ■
! "If prohibition w•• i:,i pnww it
. woul I ! • a v. >n 1- . is th't - " he de_
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;n* fv • i •!» 'lii* as
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I -«l v.. v. ?! :• S! : • i native
.• .: - In ll.' - it, ■■■ n;> i'.lf-X
tie - i! .■ weekly
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IV Il l '.'.-. i ha.- till* place
;:i view ii » .1 point for hi' weekly.
i At most partita the participants
only Kft h.ilf shot; oco-uiionally ono
se s ;hrt other half.
! Human dem ires and aspirations
j are ever in.-iatiabie. The attaining
of one goal but enhances th« daai-o
to attain another. Th«» man with
J a mill «n dollars Is oatfer f'>r anotfi.
er. The man wit.h a billion is even
more eager for J not her billion,
j Th* possibilities of even the moot
fortunate are limited. Though a
| man s ill attain everything else, he
s'.Ut reaches for the moon, wliioh
La always juat beyond his ranch,
j Drunk with h'a own power and
attain mments, he is even mora
chagrined hoc-tune of till* ultimate
There ts but ono thing In ttfo that
really maHera—happinees. The
j man with*iA it, though he Jiavs
a mllMtWi dollars, Li poor; the man
with it, though he hasn't a place
|to lay his head, la rich.