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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 3, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Page six the High Point e Mer prise Piedmont Comero High Point. North Carolina wednesday pril 3. Iori .v. .v. 9 in a in in. Social and club activities these Are Resl roses Quot i a a in in in in in 9 in Hoover editor ph0ne no 4568 ,/.v.vi.,.v.%%v.,v.%%,.v irs r. K. Stewart As Piedmont District Irden club head leaves for Concord meet office hours 9 . To 12 m. A w in m 9 in in in. ..w.vji social Calendar mrs. R k. St it wart of 303 it 5t Karns a \ on or. Who so d tor of Garden clubs in the Din ont District left this after Ion for Concord where she w ill a silent Ai a dinner party he Given this evening by or. Arles a Cannon at her Home Honor state and District Oft Sas a preliminary t0 1 he meting tomorrow in Concord or Piedmont District Garden bus at which mrs Ste wan will upside Many other local women rep a putative of High Point a ten Den clubs w ill Al of he pics for the meeting of the pied put District. Who ii 1 opt 1 a a font sixty lulls of primary Mir t a Nee at this meeting will be e discussion of plans to Divide e District into two separate i coins Eastern and Western i Don since it Bas grown too a Fie for one division a not Bel feature of the program will he a talk by mrs. F. P. A Boson of Winston Salem on the Hemero Callis a Type of Lily. On which Mio has done extensive research and study and propagated a number of varieties. The meeting will get. Underway at to of clock tomorrow morning at. Central methodist Church and following Hie morning session a luncheon will be held at the Concord hotel dining room. A coloured movie tone on a Flower arrangements will follow the luncheon and an illustrated lecture on High Point gardens with poetry a ii to music accompaniment will be presented by the midweek Garden club of High Point which is dedicating this part of the program to mrs Art As a tribute to of District clubs. A visit to Concord Garden be the final feat in Day meeting. K her k. Stew As head of the will ail irs. W. C idol entertains w. 0. T club rid several guests at regular meeting a number of re both from go Point and elsewhere at Index the meeting of the a o. Club yesterday afternoon. Ten mrs. W. C idol was hostess her Home 201 Hillcrest a Ive Jonquil and other Spring flow yellow and White Predom icing in the color Motif w a e hic i ii a ire both members Aud fined in the customary club pro nun of current event later a Coffee course was Aery in the dining room. Where mrs. F. Tomlinson poured coffe out of town guests St the meet a ing included mrs. Vera idol i Moore of Chevy Chase md., betide ugliest of the hostess mrs. Ralph slew ors Aud mrs Courtney Mauzy of Winston Salem j miss Jennie Ragsdale of Guilford College and mrs pallor of Staunton a. I guests from High Point were mesdames e. A Pinckard j. W. A Lindsay h. F. It insurer k. S. I Wall and miss Pearl idol while club members included mesdames j. Ii Adams Joseph i. Cox. A. 1 s. Caldwell jr., c. F. Tomlinson. W c. Jones r k. Stewart and misses Mary Alexander and i. Irvin Paylor. Wednesday to 30 Delta Tau club will be entertained by mesdames Clyde t. Shakier and j. A. Hart. Sr., at the Home of the former 522 Parkway at a dinner meeting. This will take the place of the regular luncheon 7 30 . The Ahi Usa club Board of directors will meet for the monthly meeting with miss Jessie May Young on Barbee St. The chop Ayio . A a the girl to scout Council w ill meet at the Adams memorial . Building. Members Are asked to note change of place. 3 .mrs. Howard s. Hartzell will he hostess to the entre Nous Chih at her Home 204 Guilford Avenue. 5 pin. The Emery Wood country club will sponsor the playing of the International olympic duplicate Bridge tournament at the clubhouse. Any duplicate players interested Are invited to Allend and reservations must be made in and Rhnee at Hie clubhouse. Friday 3 30 . The Canterbury club will meet with airs. W. B. Hall Ooi Johnson Street for its biweekly meeting. 6 Loyal order of Moose will sponsor a dance and card party at the Moose Hall on North main Street. The Public is invited to attend. Sual events scheduled for april us Calendar duplicate tournament i a a j i i Jinil Noet i Nova cd co t a he usual two ladies Bridge div dual parties a lies Sud the monthly dance and flounced nearer Ning Bridge for its membership j event and prise i their out of town guests a a Quot i Price the april program for Emerywood country club urging to the bulletin issued to late yesterday Bridge parties will Ekly a usual and e on tuesdays the d of the month at a teases for the in to Mem Hen Quot he ladle a held by we i take pin the and 13 a a a clock. Ii be Netro net bags protect your clothes at the Sunshine o family finish the finest laundry hrs rfcs available Flat work. A la wearing apparel ilk la. Minimum bundle 81041 phone gl03 laundry to be Anflic Date of the Rill be Given for the Winner. The evening Bridge party will to held on Friday april 12. And ill adult members ale eligible to attend and enjoy an evening at this game. For which prizes Are awarded Winner of both ladies and gentlemen a High store. The april dance following closely the successful a clone with the wind costume Ball held saturday is planned for saturday april 20. No orchestra has As yet been announced Tennis and Golf is drawing wide attention at the club a this time Arni tournament committees ars completing a schedule for the season which will lie announced soon Many reservation Are being made Forsthe Lut Anist tonal tournament for duplicate Bridge players. Being sponsored by the club and held there tomorrow evening at eight o clock when the same hand will he played simultaneously All Over the world. The tournament is open to any duplicate players interested. Mrs. A s. Welborn nominated d. A. C. National office or. John Scott w Elborn of this City is being nominated by the North Carolina society of the daughters of american colonists a candidate for the office of National organizing Secretary of the society m the National election which will held at the nineteenth general Assembly april 19 and 20 in Washington d. C. Mrs. Welborn is honorary s Regent of the North Carolina Cieto having served three pc As Regent and three years As i lunar and is now completing fresh sweetheart rests Are Pond atop this Spring Sailor of natural rough Straw. The hat is further decorated with chartreuse and Moss Green feathers and a Cloud of tulle. With or without fresh blossoms ill a nattering Little number. Community concert association will begin drive with luncheon on monday ate so n of Olds. It Bai in h in re a ale i to uhf Ilmi re it tin Wisi ii the then Ila mein Arian registrar mid of the state o a i a to in to a tighter has boc11 usurer Malti Cei r of i we i i Hen is i b a Slabyj emf Ini Dici is Hon 4 year term As National chair i Ion in i and genealogical he is state president of net of colonial wars a pres loudly served a tray and she has served a tin chapter of gent vice Reg Orian and Paris now slate vice president so club. She is the touted of the confederacy and president of her chapter Aud for two years second vice president of the North Carolina Divis to a. Or. Vel Horn is endorsed by the following # it a officers of the in a. Cd mrs. J. W. Barker state Regent mrs. Charlo r. Whitaker and mrs. Charless. Wallace honorary state regents mrs. Benjamin Wye he honorary state Reg ent and vice president Southern Section mrs. Jesse f. Hayden first vice Regent mrs. J. C Taylor second vice Regent mrs. H. P. Grier. Sr., third vacs Regent mrs. D s Currie chaplain mrs. H Davis recording Secretary mrs. Alberta Snider correspond officers and workers of the High Point Community concert association will gather in the Sheraton hotel ballroom monday at 12 30 for a luncheon meeting to launch the association s sixth i annual membership Campaign. The occasion will also celebrate the tenth anniversary of the non profit civic organized audience j movement that has made it pos j Sihle for cities in the United states Canada and South Africa present programs by the worlds outstanding artists. Mrs c. F. Tomlinson president has announced that the i speaker and guest for the luncheon will he Walter Brown of new i York City organization director and representative of Community j j cooperative concert service of co j i Luthin concerts corporation. Or. I Brown will remain in High Point j the entire week to a it Sist with the drive and to contract for the attractions at the close. Saturday night. April 13. The committee realizes. Mrs. I Tomlinson states that the or a sanitation of the High Point association and the presentations i which have been enjoyed for the past five years Here would have women s societies at College clash tonight in debate Over 25 club reaches total of 52 members j if your baby tuffet a Cid indigestion or folic n \ % j \ j i to or sour Tomacz Teethina will give grateful a lib flt eau a Teethina is a laxative and Carminative with anti acid properties especially prepared for babies and Young children. Teethina contains no narcotics and la highly recommended by thousands of mothers. Ask any druggist for Teethina. It costs Only 80e for 12 pleasant tasting powders. Write Teethina Columbus Georgia for a Beautiful free baby Booklet on the proper car and feeding of babies. Give Teethina according to the dim Tibia in each package. Teethina. Char i sex m is. J. James a ois Womer rhythm step trip a Long Odette Quality colors Black Patent Blue kid Salmon biege $7.50 $5.86 rhythm step trip a Long $5.85 $3.95 and $4.95 $4 95 Odette $3.95 Quality shoes $1.99 and $2.45 ing Sec rata of mrs. Stephenson treasurer Morgan registrar mrs. Lam of the historian. See business girls plan furniture for y clubroom plans for their part Iii furnishing Hus in Quot girls clubroom in tile Adams memorial y. Vav a. Were Laid by members of the business end professional girls club lest night when they held a heir regular april business meeting following their weekly supper at the y. P a. Small tables at which supper was served were Cav with Centrepieces a of Jonquil Ami other Spring Flowers. Birthday cakes and corsages were presented to four members whose birthdays fall in april misses Mabel Griffith. Lydia reified Helen Deans and Mary Louise Gibson. One visitor miss Ollie Wood sister of a club i Nerber. Mrs. To Wood Webb. Was present St the meeting and 34 club members were in attendance. Or. And mrs. Bell honoured at Shower i not even Manuel Quezon i sure whether the present plan for granting the philippine islands j Independence in 1946 will work i or not hut head be More per i flexed than Ever if he could be in Roberts Hall at High Point College tonight to hear the annual inter society debate Between team from the artemesia and Pika Nathan women a literary so a defies. For the years Between tile two women s societies will come to a Climax tonight when an affirmative team from the artemesia society at a tempts to convince the judges that the Tydings Bill providing for full Independence in 19 16 is practical in spite of the Conte a a Lions to the not rare made by the Nik Anthan negative team. Misses Irene Parker of High a Point and Winnie Bryan of Hick clan Dockim Fol Ritu Ory w ill represent the Artemon Roll Vlaj ans and misses Josephine Deal Fink flock officers and Mabel Koontz both or High j Usu Cucui Point will represent the Nikon at meeting a fast night membership in the a Over 25�?� club which has been organized Bere in connection with the annual girl scout cookie Sale today Rose to 52 Asio More scouts reported having taken orders for More than 25 boxes of the cookie the Sale closes tomorrow night. The new members of the honorary organization Are Fay a i ledge Olene Clodfelter Nancy Friendly rivalry j Kirby Kila Page Harrison Phyl-1 is Freeman Ann Steed Betty a mail Nancy Hall Nell Mccain and Diane Snider. Sales were estimated today he Hovel ing above the 3,500 Mark. I and it was stated by scout offi a rial that they Hope to reach Hie 4.000 total before tomorrow night. Local alumnae chapter of Greensboro College will meet april 26th first Mel Odist Church has mid year Fellowship dinner tomorrow evening an contest tonight to be of 0. Henry the High Point chapter of the tomorrow evening Marks Greensboro College alumnae As important Date in the first the state finals in Ute Anteri Socia Tion will hold is regular methodist Church annals a this can legion oratorical contest will meeting on Friday april 26, at is the time for the mid year Bel-1 be held tonight at s o clock in the Home of mrs. Everett Marsh lows hip dinner of that Church i the ballroom of the o. Henry on Johnson Street. This Date is which will be held at 6 30 in the hotel instead of at tile court announced much in Advance in Church basement and All adult House in Greensboro As had Bren order that local alumnae May membership Are urged to attend previously announced. Hold this Date open. An interesting and instructive Joe Given. High Point High j program will be pre used Tea school student arca Winner will service Council Turing a review of the churches represent High Point competing y program for the past six months against three other entrants. Lids meeting Al to be Given in a concise report. There will he a banquet at the reservations must he made for Henry hotel beginning at plates in Advance and those plan-6 30 of clock with the four con or Niriam on no Moses of the Ning 10 Amend ate asked 0 Call j test ants As guests of Honor. June a Pio Giam on purposes of the he Hurch Secretary either to night or not Elm Street school service Council was pre Junior seated at the. Meeting of i , o clock tomorrow morning. Elm Street school Council this morning and the work of such ss1�1 in a a Quot a sih00ls vacant rooms in private Loyd Thayer principal of the Homes needed tor housing school recognized j. L. Bull. N t i i i i school spelling Champion and j 6i6 . A. Joanne see rest runner up. A Miil s. Lafferty who will i serve As House chairman for the North Carolina Congress of Par Rose. State department Corn later than nine j Mander of Lite american legion will be unable to he present for the occasion but has asked judge d. C. Macrae of this City department vice commander to represent him on the occasion. Or to make alterations at county building Here chairman George l. Stansbury cuts and teachers which will be of the county commissioners said held in High Point april 17-18-1 today that alterations will he 111 Quot Quot Quot Quot a a 19, today issued a request that made in the near future at the 8, Perry of High Point is a local people having rooms vacant county building to provide mors for the local welfare de about people visitor to new York and is staying in their Homes which they will at the Vanderbilt hotel. Offer for delegates to this con Bons Ai mrs. L. In Boyce of Mouth va., is visiting a me of or. Aud i Boyce at Wedgefield. So to be Here through this week or. And mrs a. M. Upshaw and children have returned to their Home Here after visiting or. Upshaw a parents or. And mrs. In p. Upshaw in Atlanta ga., where they spent the past week end. Mrs. Harry Ham Moi a Aud son 1 Harry 3rd, of Clearwater fla., Are visiting the former a parents or. And mrs. A m. Upshaw or. 4 4&Quot 4 friends of mrs. A. H. Whitley jr., of 419 Edge Dale drive will be i glad to learn that she is improving Jal the Wesley Long Hospital in Greensboro where she has been. Undergoing treatment for several Days following a dental operation. She expects to return to her Home mention Register them with the chamber of Commerce immediate a 1 a if they have not already done s. In c. So it j0 being the list of available expects j i Ornis up to Date. Due to the Large number of door Cut through the Wall delegates expected to attend this the welfare department Congress Many Homes will be a a a needed to supplement the hotels change of polling place the visitors mrs. I Afferty stated. In precinct 18 revealed space for the local welfare a i t men t. Stansbury who was Here discussing the alterations with commissioner Joe f. Hoffman said that the seats in the Farmers room will he rearranged and a into minstrel to be Given at Elm Street school thursday and Friday a change of the polling place in precinct no. 18 was pointed 1 out today by l. J. Fisher Secretary of the Guilford county Board of elections. The polling place has been a Twilight on the Plantation a i a Quot ? in t pm incl from a Black face minstrel show. Win i idol a service station on the lobe riven by the first second and a ton Salem Road to the Southern fifth grades of Elm Street school builders inc., located adjacent to at the school at 2 pm. On Lewis and Holmes motor freight thursday and 8 . On Friday j terminal. Included on the program Are a negro spirituals negro Folk Johnson St. . A. Been impossible without the experienced direction and promotional methods offered by the National service and with this in mind she is emphasizing the twofold theme for the luncheon. The question of routing she says is no longer a pressing problem and artists who formerly would not have been available for a single engagement in an area can now be secured because there Are enough cities enjoying Community cooperative concert to assure Fine artists adequate hours at least three concerts will be presented by the association this years. Final selection of the series will be made at the close of the drive when All memberships Are on the Hook and the exact amount of Money available from dues is known. All old members Are being ask cd to cooperate by mailing in their membership cards with checks for dues to mrs. It. T. Amos before the Campaign opens monday if convenient. This w ill j enable the workers to devote their time to contacting prospective new members and to raising the membership to the goal of or More. Here about the first of the week. 1 dances and music typical of the t t songs Sung by Plantation darkies to Mcc i loft Litow i As they gathered in front of the a big House at Twilight. About the regular meeting of Tbs 50 children will participate. I Johnson Street Parent Teather Church social Bpwe dinner meet to Sere Shl it Sipper at Central Ewen is the evening Circle at Central Friend Church will serve its an i will not be held Nual Shad supper on thursday. April la from 5 30 to 7 30 pm. With a Small charge for plates. Tickets May he secured from misses Barbara Brooks Dorothy Hiatt or other Circle members. Lit by tsp Archdale women to meet on thursday association will be held tomorrow evening at 7 30 at the school. The theme will be health and physical education. Miss Lilia Bell program chairman said today. Mrs. John d. Biggs Here for Short stay or John d. Biggs is spend the cancellation has been the woman a missionary so made club officers said because Lecty of the Archdale methodist the District banquet held last Church will meet thursday night week took the place of tonight s at 7 30 at the Home of mrs l. J meeting. L. Ingram High Point. Associate a hostesses Wilt be mrs. J. W. Swiggett and mrs l r. Tuttle. Oak View clans Hab Fobear meet i no the helping hand class of the Oak View methodist Church held Quot a a it a the a Ltd her its regular meeting tuesday night apartment 1003 North main it the Home of miss Juanita grit j Street preparatory to moving to with. Games appropriate to the to her new Home at Williamston occasion wore engaged in during where she and or. Bigg who is Tho evening and afterwards re a now undergoing treatment in a fros ments were served Williamston Hospital will make approximately ten members their future Home were in attendance at this time. Mrs. Biggs expects to leave to i Morrow for Williamston. Lottie Holden a lass to meet tomorrow the Lottie Holden Bible study clubs will meet with mrs. E. H Kreinbaum. 505 Richard on Street thursday afternoon at three of clock. A a i try c. E. I Mon to have Box supper the High Point Christianen tonight As planned the regular dinner meeting of 8kveeds Bank receiver the business and professional j Raleigh april 2�? up a Jud woman a club which would or j son c. Jones associated with the Dina Rily have been held this eve-1 office of the comptroller of the Nung has been cancelled it w As j currency has succeeded r. J. Announced today. Powell resigned As receiver of the commercial National Bank of Raleigh. For \ minor Burns �?~m0r0line \ White Petroleum Jelly than. Mrs. Edwards head of Elm Street p to a by the c. T. Scrams or and mrs. C. T. Schram entertained at their Home on Richland Avenue saturday night to Honor or. And mrs. John to. Bell. Game Lowed by Manta by mrs. Schram. The showered with gifts. Before her marriage s. Miss mrs. Ville miss Ruth Williard entertained members of the Clandestine Felicity club at an attractive meeting at her Home at the Lindale farm last evening when the election of new officers was featured. Miss Christine Lentz was chosen As president to succeed miss Nan Clapp and others on the new slate Are As follows miss Emogene Shields vice president to succeed it regular meeting last j ing miss Peggy Teague miss other officers Are mrs Ruth Williard secret a by treasurer police auxiliary will have meeting tomorrow the ladies auxiliary of the High Point police department will meet tomorrow evening at 7 30 at the Gibson clubroom according to an announcement made Deavor Union will sponsor a Box 1 i morning. Mesdames w. B j supper on Friday. April 12. At the Ridge e. 8 Lee and Paul Charr first methodist Church at 7 30 ing will be associate hostesses St of clock according to plans an this meeting. Mourned following its regular executive meeting held St the Home of Bill Wall on tuesday evening 1126 Campbell Street. Miss Myrtle Davis opened the meeting with prayer and routine business was transacted. Plans for sponsoring the May Issue of the tar Heel bulletin were discussed at a a this time. This Issue will feature a Page memorializing Captain a. M. Rankin and miss Clara i Cox. Who have recently passed away Here. Another bulletin feature will be High Point s candidate for the title of North Carolina Endeavor a a miss Marjorie Mitchell of Archdale. Green Street truth seekers la e meeting the truth seekers class of Green Street Baptist Church will meet with mrs. Christine Mccormick St her Home on the Thomasville Road tomorrow evening. Mrs. Mildren Adams will be in charge of the program. Enjoy Good food every Day luncheon from 50c dinner from 75c private dining he Iii for truncheons dinners Bridge parties Etc. Sheraton hotel Grill Quot noted for Good food Quot read sunday s menu in the Enterprise girls Are advised to build up for Relief Lack of knowledge causes Many a weak undernourished girl a lot of suffering Many others however know bowl the headaches nervousness cramp like of functional Desmen Orrheta due to malnutrition Are helped by the proper use of Cardi i. Some take it a few Davs before and during a the time a to help ease periodic distress. Rut Cardus principal use 1% to help increase appetite stimulate a flow of gastric juice so aul digestion assist in building up physical resistance and thus help reduce periodic distress. Women have used Caroli for Over an years w. To. Edwards was elect silent of the Elm Street Parent teacher Assoc a and contests were the serving of refreshers in i. Brown and Honoreen were miscellaneous in York Mal t h 16, mrs. Bell was Helen Woolard. Daughter of s. In Woolard of Ransom m is. De pre school Hon at night. Dan Arden vice president miss i to succeed miss Dot Miller see re Frances Mccrary Secretary and tary treasurer and miss Ruth a mix. Margaret Hamlin treasurer. Hard succeeds herself As reporter. Devotional by Rev. F. L. Con miss Peggy Teague vice presi Rad were followed by two vocal Dent presided in the absence of j selections by miss allele Hicks the retiring president and plans a with miss Mary Schwartz As a j for the clubs activities were Dis com a Mist. The boys club i j cussed. During the social hour rented by Edgar Hanley and the an ice course and accompanying girls i us directed by miss delicacies were served to the ment Helen Butler and mis. 1-ant Kel Ber present who included misses in gave program the boys one earn it of of songs Aud reports on activities the Cirl in the form of a a program new under Cream deodorant safety stops perspiration a a t of with Quality shoe store incur por ated 137 South main Street typical meeting on Japan. 4&Quot a 4> Cercle Francais to meet tomorrow be Cercle Francais. Local adult class in French will hold its regular meeting tomorrow night at the Home of mrs. Dred Peacock j 102 Louise Avenue. The hour for the meeting is 7 30. I Linshaw. Gloria Alderton Betty Knox Christine Lentz. Barbara Matthews Dot Miller Miriam Mccall Emogene Shields Peggy Teague Mary Anne Thomas. Sarah Hutchens and to Ingram in addition to the hostess. 4&Quot 4 4 n incy awk i Krow by Hin on thursday or and mrs. Walter Burrow announce the birth of a daughter Ancy Annesi their Home 111$ English Street on thursday March 2-8. 1. Docs not rot dresses does not irritate skin. 2. right Atter shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for i to 3 Days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. A pure White greasers stainless vanishing Cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the approval Seal of the american Institute of laundering tor being harmless to fabrics. 25 million jars of arrid lava Baan sold. Try a Jar today i Arr Dat Alt Alnor filing toil gun it la a Lur Alan i 10 Jar f a g 1 of customer Quot to Yeti by to each o try Perkin c2mrufrs it of More or dorot. A mute Prem mn0 april 4th, St the. Soft a Sun of Dorothy of Aluta love Ihm o j present the 6 ji.00 it

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