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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 4, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Be sex a Sec. Athe High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High polm. North Carolina thursday april 4, 1910 i .,.%.ssv,.,.v. .v.,.,.v.,.,.v.,..%v..,.v/ social and club activities Deline Hoover editor phone no 4568 office hours 9 a m. To 12 m�%.,.%%v.,..�?~.,.v.,.vasv.%w.w,%v.,.w.-.vrf iss Dorothy Jones becomes Bride l. Bailey at Duke Chapel today mrs. Henry Foscue Heads utopian j study club mrs. Walker gives program with mrs. J h Walker or. Being tabled until next meeting ast hostess at her Home on Coloni since no decision was reached. A1 drive members of the utopian mrs. John Pickett gave the study club yesterday afternoon current event for the afternoon enjoyed an attractive meeting j prior to the program proper when social Calendar n a Emony by miss simple and impressive solemnized in Durham Dorothy Jones of this became the hide of Edgar Quot Bill Bailey of Duke uni site and Lexington the vows re spoken in the Duke uti Iver Cha Pel at High noon with Hershey a Spence of the be theological school official Back from her face. She carried Pink gloves and other accessories i were of Black and at her shoulder was a single Orchid for i travelling she added a full length Wool coat in Violet and Dove Blue and Pink plaid. Mrs Bailey is me second daughter or or. And mrs. Pinckney p. Jones of Iso Wiltshire Boulevard. She attended the local schools and was graduated at sugar Hall Broadhead waiver High Point College where she organist played a program was a member of the Theta Phi wedding music prior to Aud sorority and the artemesia kiting the ceremony using the Crary society and represented her serenade Schuj class on the student Council in Ted tones of t t As the vows were spoken Vulte tapers were alight on altar which the couple swathed together unattended. Ingle ring ceremony of the Tho dist Church was used with by the families of the couple a few close friends in attend or the ceremony the Bride re a dress of heavenly Pink. De on Princess lines with ice fluid from a Yoke to a Waistline tiny covered huts extended Down the front to till skirt and the Collar was lace. Her hat was a turban Del of Pink grosgrain ribbon med in Black lacquered Straw h shoulder length veil turned her senior year. She also received additional business training at the Jones business College. Since she received her degree at High Point College last june she has been doing secretarial work Al the Enterprise office. Or. Bailey the son of or. And mrs. W. H Bailey of Lexington. Is a member of the senior class at Duke University. He has been Active in Ai Blet its. Gaining wide recognition especially in football and played in the Rose bowl game in 1938. He is a member of honorary athletic fraternity at Duke. The couple left immediately after the ceremony for a Brief wedding trip to Points South. Thursday 8 . The Emery Wood country club will sponsor the playing of the International olympic duplicate Bridge tournament at he clubhouse. Any duplicate players interested Are invited to attend and reservations must be made in Advance at the clubhouse. Friday 3 30 . The Canterbury club will meet with mrs. W. B. Hall 901 Johnson Street for its biweekly meeting. S . The 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. A a a woman s College senior Speaks to girl Reserve club which featured election of officers and an interesting program of which mrs. Walker was in charge. Mrs. L. \ mat ton. Retiring president was in the chair for the business session which followed he serving of Dainty refreshments on arrival of the ladies and or. Henry Foscue was chosen to succeed mrs. Mat ton who will serve As vice president. Mrs. J. H. Walker or elected Secretary and mrs. Mrs. Walker reviewed Rosalie Slaughter Morton autobiography Quot a woman surgeon in an entertaining manner. She pointed out facts concerning this famous surgeon s life As a Pioneer in this Field for women and of her extensive work As a surgeon and Benefactor. Members present for tile meeting included mesdames Jesse was j Washburn. Harry Alexander. Yal her Ette j. Harris John Pickett Rol Elm Street children present minstrels for capacity audience Here Twilight on the Plantation a a negro minstrel Given by the first second and fifth grades of Elm Street school was presented this afternoon to a full auditorium and is to be presented again on Friday at 8 p. In. In the Elm Sheet school auditorium. The minstrel is under the direction of miss Margaret Andrews and mrs. Aubry Dunbar. Included on the program Are negro spirituals Nefro Folk dances readings and music typical of that heard when. The negro i packed gathered in front of the Quot big dirtiest House at Twilight. Approximately fifty children look part in the presentation. Chi Aho produce a Al Chicago april 4. A a butter s8,9,51 to. Steady Price unchanged. Figgs 35,056, firmer fresh graded extra firsts cars 16 firsts cars 16 % storage firsts 1744 extras 18 14 4 checks 14 other South Africa Lara. Is warring on a prices unchanged. From a tin can which boy were kicking in a football game near London $400 in paper Money flew out. A other la Hoe i Man Smith As treasurer Sion of next year s plans also took place the a discus-1 and Holton j. I. Groome l. C. Program i Matton Herman Smith and Hen plans by Foscue. Jack Dickens pure sugar Greensboro composer presents attractive program at woman s club Spring luncheon mrs. Hemline Worlick Eichorn Jurf Shoro composer was the distinguished guest speaker for the annual Spring luncheon of the High Point woman s club held yesterday at Saint Mary a episcopal Church. Her topic was Quot North Carolina 1 Dalton. Was in charge of the program. In a Brief business session presided Over by mrs. H. D. Sears the following delegates were elected to the annual slate convention in Greensboro mrs Sears president or. Hunter mrs. Eichorn. Composers of the several. Including Cal women golfers win awards in Edmont tourney mrs. Wall officer High Point women were win-1 of Sward in every division play but the Blind bogey at the tint Semi monthly tournament the Piedmont women Golf lation. Held yesterday at the be find county Hub when by six from High Wellsboro Sud Winston Salem is participated the Blind bogey division was n by mrs Connie Sinton of a Ansboro and other winning Rara a re a division mrs. Nathan a Wedgefield dab. 94 strokes id if a it. Net it m s Alex Akin of Emery Wood club put. Cutest w it ii 3&Quot b division mrs. Be Horn Perry. Handicap 22. Net s3 mrs do Merci Leo Muniru it division mrs. J. S Welborn. To. Handicap 28. Net 81 mrs. In Abels putting 3 4 division or. D Hunne-41, 130, Handicap 34. Nets 96. Mrs. J b Ayers putting. 38. All in the last three groups were from Emory Wood country club. High Point. The luncheon in the Wedgefield Grill which followed the morning of Golf was arranged by mrs. Nathan Syers the Long table a Point decorated with yellow and while Flower. Mrs. Vav. H Sullivan presided Over business session when mrs. Jack h Brown of the Greensboro country club was chosen president to succeed her and others chosen on the new slate Are Vic president mrs. George Corcoran Star mount Forest country club 1 Greensboro recording Secretary i mrs. Wallace Taylor surmount i corresponding Secretary or. George Hodgin twin City noun i try club Vinston Salem treasurer mrs. Matt Wall. Etner Wood i country club. High Point. In two weeks the association will hold a tournament St greens Boro country club. Id week study club continues its tudy of South american countries Tonnu uting the study of South Trig an countries the mid week or Hub head at interesting cd instructive Prog Tam on Patina and the land of Cape in. Given by mrs. W l. W at yesterday afternoon when the pull the trigger on constipation and Epson when constipation brings on add int Tion bloating dizzy spell a s. Coated Nguc sour taste and bad breath your Mach is probably loaded up with cer i undigested Lowland your Bow Cis done to. So you need both pepsin to help a up fast that Rich undigested food in i stomach and laxative Senna to pull trigger on those Lazy bowels. So be ire your laxative also contains pepsin be or. Caldwell s laxative because its Tup pepsin helps you Gam that wort a a . While the laxative a moves your bowels. Tests prove the it wer of pepsin to dissolve those lumps o digested protein Good which May Unger your stomach to cause belching gastric Edity and nausea. This is How pepsin no your stomach helps relieve it of much Tress. At the same time this Medicine Ken up Lazy nerves and Muscles in your it Wols to relieve your constipation. So see it a much better you feel by taking the a tic that Abo puts pepsin to work on i stomach discomfort too. Even Fin by children love to taste this pleasant mily laxative. Buy or. Caldwell s lax Ives Senna with syrup pepsin at your Gist today club was entertained by or h j w. My Ain. St her Home on John a son Street. Or Watson told of the Early i history of Patagonia and Cape Horn giving interesting informs Hon on East h she told of Pat go j nits contradictory climate some Days similar to that to a desert Aud others very cold. Along with information concerning the sheep Industry chief Industry there is j Well is the tropical Birds and animals which abound in this a territory. The native known As Nomad were described is a hospitable healthy. Hard riders Aud j Bald drinkers and their intense love of land a emphasized by the speaker. Unusual Euston i practice by these nomads were j also spoken of to conclude the program. During a social period. Mrs. Mccain served her guests with Dainty refreshment. Miss Rosemary Mclean senior at woman s College spoke to theedue Day girl Reserve club last night at its regular meeting. Miss Mclean a Home economics major spoke on a personal a Pepara Dorothy Prue president of the t til report led on the recent inter dub Council meeting and on Progress on the decoration of the game room. Plans were discussed for an informal party april 18. And a Mother i daughter banquet Early in May. Yesterday afternoon 20 members from the two Cloverdale j clubs skated St Sedgefield rink. I tonight the Jolly y club will play polish Rummy at the y. W. C. A. A a a Bridge party Given to Honor mrs. D. M. Lewis miss Frances i wis a hostess last night St her Home on Chestnut Street St a Bridge party to Honor her sister in Law. Or. I. M Lewis a recent Bride. Three table of Bridge were in play with a Corsage of Gardenias marking the place of the honoree. Jonquil violets and pansies were arranged in profusion in the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Lewis received High score prize a double deck of cards Aud mrs. Gladys Mcfarland Bingold for Consolation a Linen handkerchief. The hostess gift to the honoree was a lace Tablecloth. Irater an ice Cleam with Cooee Dainty Violet on eat ii plate was served to mrs. Lewis misses Riva Grissom. I ois Hardison Mary and Helen Buchanan Susie Linkman. Virginia Bennett Ann Grissom. Frances my urary and mesdames Ray Nib relink Gladys Mcfarland and w. D. Lewis. In discussing i state named mrs. Crosby Adams. R. Nathaniel Dick. Charles g. Bardelle and Hunter Johnson. She reminded her hearers that not until about a Quarter of a Century ago did composer receive their first in j Cour gement in North Carolina a decade ago she said the euterpe club joined in this encouragement. And six years ago the state federation of music clubs inaugurated its annual composers contest. This contest she said. Has done much for composers in the state. It enables them to hear their own work performed puts them in Contact with other composers of their own class North Carolina is Rich in Folk lore she j said and expressed the belief i that Here in America is the fun Titre of culture. In conclusion j she played three of her own j compositions. A Silver Quot Garden and a Caro i Lins mrs. Eichorn a introduced j by mrs. Robert Fountain c hair a Man of the american Homes department of the Hub which H music famous women topic of wednesday Book club s luncheon net bags protect your clothes at the Sunshine family finish the finest i it Nudie scr la available Flat work. My la. Wearing spare Ike la. Minimum bundle $1.00 Pii one 839ft laundry miss Young hostess to Althusa Board \ member of the Althusa Board were entertained last evening by miss Jessie May Young at her Home on Barbee Street when a full attendance of the Board members a a in evidence. The meeting got underway at 7 30 of clock in the evening Anet j mrs. Marie Caddell pre id it of the club presided Over the Dis Cussion of routine and other important business matters. Mrs Wise of Birmingham Ala was a guest at this time. Following the meeting Mise Young served Punk h and c Ake to the Hoard members who included Messme Marie Caddell Louise Wrenn Mary Lou Rothrock. And misses Lois Welborn Lucille Johnston. Ethel Mosley and in j Sie May Young. Ewe Magdalene Rebekah meet Friday night the Magdalene Rebekah Lodge will hold its regular business session tomorrow evening at 7 30 in their Hall on West Commerce Street. The meeting will be followed by an educational qui Pilgrim willing and All members Are urged to attend it was announced this morning. Thomasville club plans dance legion auxiliary meeting special to the Enterprise Thomasville. April 4 the Young bachelors club of this City will hold their april dance tomorrow night at the american legion hut. In Thomasville., the hours being from 8 to 12 30. Several prominent local persons of the City will serve a shaper one for the dance. The club which was recently organized. A already sponsored several outstanding dances for the Young Jer set. The Home of mrs Ralph we i son on West mail Street was j the scene of the april meeting of the local unit. American Leaion auxiliary pm tuesday evening when miss Maie Snell served it As associate hostess with mrs. Wilson. Spring blossoms in varied colors graced the entertaining rooms where mrs. Sam Welborn club president presided Over the meeting Aud plans for a rummage Sale on saturday april i. Were discussed. Other plans for raising funds for carrying on the auxiliary projects were also made and during the social hour which followed the hostesses served refreshments to the Laige group in attendance. A # w the regular luncheon meeting of the wednesday Book club was held yesterday at the Home of mrs. Kenneth Redman on i Woodland drive with mesdames j of f. Dickson and we Fraley As associate hostesses. A two course Tumi Ieon was served St Small card tables covered with pastel covers and entered with arrangements of Spring Flowers with Pink snapdragons. Yellow roses and spirea predominating. Following the luncheon mrs. I Collier Ellis presented the pro a Gram taking a her topic a interesting women in the world i of running the Gamut i of Well know n female Perso Ali a tie on the current scene. Attending the meeting were Madame Ellis. F. F. Dickson. S. C. Clark w. J Fraley r. S. Lafferty. Ii. P. Hardin. Fred i Thomas. Cd Garrett a e. Taplin and one visitor mrs. C. I e. Lehmann e. C. T. C. Alumnae meeting at Sheraton hotel on saturday there will he a meeting of All ladies who attended East Carolina teachers College Greenville a c., for a period of one or More years in the Blue room at the Sheraton hotel saturday morning april 6. At 10 30. Miss Estelle Mccosar alumnae Secretary will be present to discuss plans for front aug an alumni chapter in High Point. Middle age women this advice i i thou ends of women go it link thru Quot try in go times with Lydia e. Pinkham a vegetable compound famous for Over so years to relieving female functional troubles. Try it Church social t Atherine Hix class meets Eri Dav night the Catherine Gill Bible class will hold its monthly business meeting at the Church hut Friday evening at 7 3u of clock. Every member is urged to be present it was announced this morning. A a .%wavv.w.w. A eyes examined in a in in glasses fitted or. Nat Walker Ca ref l Atten Tion to children phone 2962 office Over Walgreen iting ./.v/.v..nw.vavaworkers to meet the regular monthly business meeting of the willing workers class of Pilgrim holiness Church will he held at the Home of mrs. M. L. Boat 1114 Richland Avenue this evening at 7 30 of clock. Willing workers to hold Rech Lar meet the wilting workers class of the South main Street methodist Church win hold its regular monthly meeting tomorrow at 7 a lit with mrs. Jack Homey 2333 bullish Street associate hostesses for la meeting will he mesdames Nell Estes. Mamie Fowler and g. T. Fallenstein. Members Ste asked to bring contributions for the Quot Market j t 1 enjoy Good food every Day luncheon from 50c dinner from 75c private dining rooms for luncheons. Dinners Bridge parties Etc Sheraton hotel Grill a noted for cond food read sunday menu in the Enterprise $4-98 to $1495 hosiery full fashion hosiery in three thread construction. Ringle Quality. Irregular from a 79c Grade All lie newest a hades to select from. Very special for Only pair a i mens sport shirts a Large assortment of sport shirts Iii fancy Broadcloth stub Broadcloth and Are Bine Green tan Rosewood and White. Priced Only. 97c mens sport suits men n shirts and pants tit match in Shantung herringbone Aud Gaberdine. All sizes Anil colors. Yes they Art Anvil Brand and Are hard to beat Dot a it a it s2 at Only. Complete suit boys Wash suits just received Large shipment of Wash suits in All sizes and colors for just. 58c menus shirts men s Fine Quality dress shirts. New terns All sleeve lengths for on a. Royal brith Spring Pat 92 c shoes for All the family shoes a grand show ing of lathes new Spring footwear in Patent Aud White both dress anti sport styles. All heels and their value for Only $1.94 children s shoes straps and Oxford styles in Wack and White. Cut out patterns. Low priced for their Quality. All sizes up to 3 Futon by 97c ladies slips \ Fin Quality Rayon taffeta slip in Lea Rose. All size. Very special Friday and saturday. 26c Batiste gowns ladies Fine All Ign and nth value. Bal me gown in color. A regular special 26c ladies skirts Gaberdine and spun Rayon Are in demand also Early Spring styles in White and pastel shades is it ii pleats flares and Gores for jut $1.98 mins shoes a Large of style or to from selection Aud cols e i e i i 1.94

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