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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 11, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page sixth High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina tuesday april la 1939 social and club activities Althusa today observes Twenty second year As women executives service club bad Kofi i of viol by Robt. Ripley it hone no. 4568 Madeline Hoover editor office hours 9 a m. To 12 am a i a a a i a3�x Garden party demonstration features program of Wayside Garden club today Bride of saturday mesdames m. A. Lackey Ami Roveter Tucker joined hospitality to the members of the Wayside Garden club at the regular meeting of that club held this morning at the Home of mrs. Lackey 200 Hillcrest drive where an interesting Garden party demonstration was Given As the program feature with the hostesses in charge. The Twenty members attending were invited into min. Lackeys out door living room and were served Coffee and accompanying refreshments from a prettily appointed table featuring a yellow cloth suitable for Garden party use and a Central arrangement of tulips and lilacs ranging from an Orchid to deep purple. The various accessories so important for use at a a Garden Coffee party a which was being demonstrated were in evidence in the appointments and gave an effective out door setting. Following t la e demonstration. The members were invited Back indoors for a Brief business session Over which mrs. .1. E. Marsh presided. The routine matters were disposed of and mrs. C. B. Mattocks Delegate to the Piedmont District Garden clubs meeting held in Chapel Hill last week gave an interesting account of that meeting. Two Day tour of local gardens will open tomorrow Many visitors expected tomorrow Marks the opening of the local visitation of the annual fortnight and pilgrimage of the North Carolina Garden club which is being held by cooperation of local Garden clubs and will get underway at ten o clock in the morning. Hours for visiting the local gardens Are from ten to twelve in the morning and from two to ail in the afternoon on both tomorrow and thursday. Garden tour Headquarters have been established at the Sheraton hotel where tickets May be secured for the entire tour while if Only one Garden is to he visited the single admission May be paid for at the Garden. Every Garden club member is asked by the local Garden club Council of which mrs. C. B. Mattocks is president to visit at least one Garden and it is hoped the entire tour will be enjoyed by the majority of local members and other townspeople interested. Mrs. R. R Blackburn is local chairman of arrangements for the local tour and will be assisted by other Garden club member. Girl scouts rehearse tomorrow for festival program Friday evening in addition to Tho Twenty local j gardens open to the Public at this time the Springfield museum at Springfield friends Church located just outside the City an containing Many valuable Antiques j and relics of Early periods will i also be open on thursday the final Day of the tour from two to five o clock in the afternoon while the Carolina slate demonstration Garden which has been constructed at the Corner of North Wrenn and Howell Street May be visited during the tour also without j charge. The local tour will include Man of High Points most Beautiful gardens of every Type ranging from the Small Garden planted j and developed by the owner to the elaborate and More formal gardens. The tour is expected to draw a Large number of visitors from j the Twenty five towns and cities in the states that Are cooperating in the state tour and others to the City. Local proceeds will go toward the memorial Garden at Blair Park which is a major project of the Garden club Council. About people local girl scouts will hold their Ana rehearsal for the Spring song festival which will he held Friday at the Junior High school auditorium. Wednesday afternoon and All scouts participating Are urged to attend this meeting by mrs. Charles f. Carroll program chairman under whose direction the festival was planned the rehearsal will Start promptly at 3 3b o clock and the girls Are asked to arrive promptly. Carl cd n. Cronstedt. Supervisor of music in the City schools who will direct the girl scouts in the song festival Friday will meet j with the group at this time and a will be assisted by the troop Lender who have trained their respective groups. The song festival will be held Friday night at 7.30 Al the Junior High school. A a or and mrs Forrest Harris had As their easter Holiday guests or. I and mrs. W. A royals of Altavista. A. And or. And mrs. A. Fin. Horn w to in. Royals of Miami j have returned to their a or. And mrs. W. P Stuart of Prescott aril., who have been visiting or. Stuart s Mother or. Emma Brady of 80 4 West Green Street left yesterday morning for Washington. D. Where or. Stuart was called on business. They will rot urn to Ariton after a few Days in Wash mrs.0 Arnold Edwin Madaris above was before her marriage Iii Danville. Va., on saturday morning miss Fanny Lee melt Rae daughter of or. Ami mrs. M. A. Met Rae of Amesville. The vows were spoken in a climb ceremony. Social Calenda l l fuday 6 15 p. In. A the business and professional girls club will hold a dinner meeting at the . Hut when Cameron d. Deans of the High school English department will be speaker. 6 30 p. Althusa club will hold its dinner and business meeting of the month at the private dining room of the Sheraton hotel. Ken esd a 10-12 a in. And 2-6 p. local gardens and places of interest included in the state Garden fortnight and pilgrimage will he open. Thi bsds 10-12 a. In. And 2-6 p. In a local gardens and places of interest on the state Garden fortnight and pilgrimage will be open. Friday 3 p. In the Priscilla club will be entertained by mrs. Paul Ingle at her Home on Sherbrook court at its biweekly club meeting. Hat Day 3 30 p. In a til a the Piedmont German club will hold its Post easter dance at the Emery Wood country club with Johnny a atop and his orchestra furnishing dance music. Miss Ruth Covington of red i Springs has arrived for a visit i with her sister mrs f. Dec a Leod at her Home in Trinity. Will be there for Owca directors to meet thursday clubs have outings mrs. Sidewall addresses Greensboro training class or. N. S. Stirewalt president of the woman s auxiliary of the first presbyterian Church this morning motored to Greensboro where Aho wag to he guest speaker before the auxiliary officers training a lass of the Westminster presbyterian Church in that City. The group was meeting at the Home of mrs. E. T. Wharton and mrs. Stirewalt s talk was of in inspirational nature Awa Domino club to meet with miss love Munday the Domino club will hold its regular meeting this evening at 7 45 of clock with miss love Munday is hostess. The meeting will take place at the Gibson clubroom on North main Street. Miss Covington several Days. Aaa miss Jewell Plummer an i miss Pearl in Cox Aud messes. Hugh Moran and Wayne Shelly have returned to their Homes after spending the easter holidays in Asheville and other Points of interest in Western Norm Carolina. Aaa Ming Mildred Raker and miss Ruby Smith Are in Detroit mich., where they Are House guests of miss Jet a Short. They went to Detroit for the holidays and will return Home the latter part of this week. The Board Young elation ton is the y. April meeting of the of directors of the local women s Christian Asso of which mrs. Carter dal president will be held at no. C. A. Hut on Thura schools for maids vocational councils career conferences Hobby fairs Are a few of the hundreds of projects carried on by Althusa a service club for women executives which celebrates its 2 2nd anniversary today. It was during the world War that a group of women in Nashville Tennessee feeling the need for a greater Solidarity of employed women founded this first National organization of business and professional women. Today Althusa working in a Concrete Way to improve the economic status of women numbers approximately 4,000 top ranking business and professional women in 150 leading cities in the United states and Mexico. Although the High Point club this year celebrates the eighth anniversary of its founding locally it joins with other clubs in the International association in observing the 22nd birthday of Althusa at its regular dinner meeting this evening at the Sheraton hotel. This club was organized in 10 31 with miss Ann alright. Then Dvan of girls in the j local High school As its first president with the required Mem Jer shop of 20 in order to secure la charter. Charter members still holding acting membership in the local club Are miss Lucite John Uton. Present president mrs. Ed-1 Thna Blake mrs. Alice Dickerson. I tills a mass Hazel Johnson mrs. Mary Camp Sprinkle. Mrs. Louise c. Wrenn miss Lillian Massey mrs. Addle Moore Brougham mrs. Nancy k. Poston miss Gilbert Muse and miss Jesse May Young. The club roster now has a total of 31 members All holding responsible Polst ions in the Busi Ness world. This club is included in the second District of which miss Eva Wall of Winston Salem is District governor. Since its founding the High Point club has taken an Active part in All civic projects cooperating often with other civic clubs in a number of minor projects in addition to its extensive vocational guidance program in the local schools the establishment of a coloured Library at the William Penn High school and the awarding of an annual scholarship at High Point College for worthy girls which Bas been in effect for a number of years. It was also instrumental in organizing a Calub St Salisbury last j ing a club at Salisbury last j a great Deal of attention has always been Given by Althusa i dubs to the problems of youth. Recently an increased interest has. Been taken in the mature work or who has found it difficult to adjust to changing economic conditions. Because of their personal ex-1 Peri enee in the business world. Althusa members All of whom i have attained distinction in their own Fields Are especially Well equipped to assist Gills and worn i in who Are in need of vocational i information. Alumna s eighteenth Convell-1 lion will he held at Portland Oregon on july 5, 6, 7 and 8. Mrs. Marie Caddell Delegate and a mrs. Edna Blake alternate have been named As local representatives. The following officers have do j rented the affairs of Althusa International during the past biennium mrs. Harriette Quisenberry Elpaso Texas president mrs. Dessalee Ryan Dudley. Battle a reek Michigan first vice presi-1 Dent miss Margaret Gavin Denver Colorado second vice presi local president Mims late i in Johnston who Heads the High Point Althusa club Calls attention to the Observance of the Twenty second anniversary of the organization of Althusa although Only eight years old tile local club joins in Observance at the meeting evening at the Sheraton hotel Dent miss Mabel f. Meek store tary treasurer is in charge of the permanent Headquarters office in Chicago Illinois. The organization is distinctive in that each club numbers among its members Only one women from each business and professional classification among the outstanding members Are or. Lillian m. Gilbreth Industrial Engineer. New York City or. Esther Mylen Caw Dean of women. University of Ohio. Columbus mrs. Chase going Wood i House director of the Institute j of women a professional relations new London Connecticut mrs. Jjames a. Reed creator of Nelly Don dresses Kansas City i or. Margaret e. Bennett director of vocational guidance. Pasadena miss Teresa s. Ftzpatrick circulation manager of the Atlantic monthly. Boston miss Bertha m. Ulenburg assistant director. U. S. Women a Bureau Washington d. A. And mrs. Will Eva Wall of Winston Salem second District governor. I grand rapids Michigan tears the Corner offs deck or 52 playing cards using Only his thumb and Index Finger copy 1939, King features Syndicate inc., world Nighta reserved Street signs in Newtonville Massachusetts a a w 1 a George Dpi Alt Wall Horn Here sunday or. And mrs. George Oscar Wall announce the birth of a son George Oscar jr., on sunday Pili 9. St their Home 323 col Fane Siree. Klim ton Den be revoked Rutherfordton april 11. I the Drivers licence of Ernest a Ltd it a a municipal primary will Poston 310 South Hamilton be held Here april 18�?cand Street High Point has been re dates for mayor Are j. P. Stock yoked following conviction in Reton the incumbent be b. Wal corders court in Rutherfordton Dop i on a charge of driving drunk. To a Bride Day evening at 7 30 o clock according to an announcement made this morning. Mrs. Fred Thomas first Vic president will preside Over the j meeting in the assume of the j president and routine Busine j friends Circle will he transacted. Church Sci to Emma Blair p. T. A. Will meet tonight Cecil Haworth speaker the Parent teacher association of Emma Blair school will hold tis regular monthly meeting at the school this evening at 7 30 o clock. The program will feature an excellent dramatization by miss Beeson s sixth Grade and a talk by Rev. Cecil Haworth pastor of Central friends Church who will he guest speaker. All patrons and friends of the school Are urged to attend and enjoy the program. % u p h o i ref s and All 2j Complete line of new samples j. E. Blacks antique shop j 411 Able s Treft a phone 41211 a . Want Awwal s t e r i n g a i n i s h i n kinds of furniture repairing g eyes examined glasses fitted or. Hat Walker Ca h Keil att in i Ion phone 2962 to children office Over we Grcen s drug Why Wash at Home when Damp Wash is so cheap 11 50 c shirts 4he each additional Pound finished so each additional High Points Only soft Waier laundry matters will tie to Tho Florence Nightingale club last night held a delightful Outing at the h. A. Millis farm located on the Greensboro Road when the club cooked the or supper Over an outdoor fireplace and enjoyed it picnic style outside. Approximately a dozen members were in attendance others being out of town for the i holidays. Mrs Zillah r. Hopkins. Y. W. C. A. Secretary accompanied the girls. The live vers club is planning a theatre party for thursday evening the weekly meeting Date and will meet at the y. W. C. A. Hut at seven of clock and go to a movie together. Mrs. Lee Sherrill joins husband in Sacramento California to make Home mrs. Lee w. Sherrill left this morning for new Orleans where she will to joined by or. Sherrill and they will proceed to Sacramento California to make their Home or. Sherrill has recently joined the Sacramento i baseball team of the Pacific coast league and will be located in that City. I mrs Sherrill before her marriage in the Winter a. Miss Julia Coe. Daughter of mrs. Verta idol Coe and the late or. S. S. Coe. Son Horn to the Stanley it. To Loes or. And mrs. Stanley r. Taylor announce the birth of a son at the Burros memorial Hospital on tuesday april 4. Herry Market opens Wallace april 11.�? pm the cry of the auctioneer usually associated with tobacco Vales was connected with Strawberry Rales yesterday when the Wallace Strawberry auction Market officially opened. Approximately 2.soo 24-quart crates were sold yesterday. Prices ranged $2 50 and $4.50 a collate. Officials said prices and sales j were above last years opening. Eya Nike Elel Ted Lexington april up a Paul f. Eva us was re elected j Davidson county schools Spenn Teu Dent yesterday. Siok Ying Shad Hepfer on thursday the evening Circle of Central friends Church will serve their annual Shad supper at the Church Annex on thursday evening and invite the general Public to attend. Hours for serving will he from five thirty to seven of clock and tickets May be secured from miss Barbara Brooks. Ticket chairman or any member of the evening Circle. Baptist Keystone Cli a is to meet this evening the Keystone class of the first Baptist Church will hold its regular monthly meeting at the Home of miss Ila Hensley. 613 Chandler Street this evening at 7 30 of clock. Stephens Birle Glass will meet tomorrow the Stephens Bible class will meet wednesday afternoon at three o clock at the Home of mrs. J. M. Stewart 210 Best Street. Mrs. Nora l. Andrews Wrijil he Leader at this time and will choose her own subject. Mrs. F. E. Sigman now Home from Hospital friends of mrs. F. E. Sigman will he glad to learn that she has recovered sufficiently from a recent appendectomy at the City memorial Hospital in Thomasville to be removed to her Home at 116 Highland Avenue this City where she resides with her sister mrs. Ora Boggs. Mrs. Sigman. Who is connected with Harlleen a in this City is improving rapidly at this time 4i woman s College students Back after week s Holiday Greensboro. April resumed class work at woman a College of the University of North Cai Olina yesterday following a one week period of Spring holidays. Second semester at the College will continue to june 2. Examinations for the term boing scheduled for May 27-june 2. Annual commencement for the 1938-39 session will begin saturday june 3, culminating with the final graduation exec else monday june 5. Are you haunted with the constant fear that your Brand new husband May not like your cooking i Hen do As thousands of Happy married women Are doing w to Are praised daily by their food Happy husbands. Do this. See that your husband takes a bite of a loll m by Kad Between bites of the roast. And other foods too. Then watch him Marvel at their Rich natural flavors. The secret is this. Hols us breads flavor is balanced to blend with and bring to life the Rich natural flavors of All other foods. So set your table for genuine food enjoyment by always having Handa plate of Hollm bread husband Quot Darling i never realized i married such a wonder by Cook i�?T1 Bride to herself Quot i wont Tell him that Holsum bread is half the idly a ships for roast beef Gravy measure the fat and a vote Brown liquid left in the roasting pan after Foat is removed. To each 4 cup of this liquid add cup flour and blend until smooth. Then pour in in cup Luling water or cooking water from vegetable Quot and stir Vig. Of Boualy until it Luis. Simmer at Lea Tell minutes longer stirring occasionally and adding More water if it Thirlena Loo much. For milk Gravy use milk instead of water Fis food Toioi a i u Shmik Iii w. I Imi cd. .7b read r 7 a a wakes All foods taste hotter Imi

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