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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 21, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Pagi six the men Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point. North Carolina Friday april 21. 1939 i a a a a a Arras social and club activities phone no. 4568 Madeline Hoover editor office hours 9 a m. To 12 am entre Nous club and guests entertained by mrs. A. E. Tate at attractive meeting american Homes dept. Program features it i Raip Fjar talk on Art appreciation by mrs. Rhodes mesdames a h. Williard Aud Royster Thurman joined hospitality at the Home of the former on the Lindale farm yesterday afternoon at the regular april meeting of the american Homes department of the woman a club. This meeting was scheduled for wednesday but was postponed due to conflicting meetings. Mrs. George Robb department chairman presided Over the met or ing and mrs. C. H. Rhodes prominent local club woman and chairman of the music literature department of the club was guest speaker at this time using As her subject a part she defined Art As a Symbol of striving for a Concrete expression of the Beauty of life and stated that the first step in Art appreciation is interest in Art As Art is an interpretation of nature and is always an inspiration. Harmony of form and color was first recognized by the Cave Man according to mrs. Rhodes who explained that the function of Art is to create Beauty and to give pleasure. The Art of an age is that manifestation which characterizes the particular age she pointed out and the Quality of harmonious relation of diverse elements makes Art satisfying whether in language painting Olin Stone. Stimulation of the emotions mind and spirit is a definite purpose of Art the speaker continued and described the characteristics symbolic of the various colors and those of vertical horizontal and curved lines. She concluded her remarks by saying that Good composition leads up to the chief Points of interest All of a Symbol of life. During the business sessions plans for the next meeting of the american Homes department which will be a joint meeting with the music literature department on May 17, were discussed. Mrs. R. H. Secreet will be in charge of this meeting which will take the form of a luncheon in the Cabin of mrs. Fred Whitescarver. Saturday 7 dinner dance of the Emerywood country club will be held at the clubhouse with Jack Yancey furnishing dance music. Miss Preddy honoree at Shower Here mrs. A. E. Tate was gracious hostess yesterday afternoon at her Home on West Broad Street to members of the entre Nous club at their regular biweekly meeting which proved to be one of the most delightful of the year. The ladies gathered in the living room where tulips spirea Iris and other seasonable Flowers were used in profusion to give a colourful getting for the affair. Boston Rook the usual form of entertainment for this club Wae in play at three tables during the afternoon and when cards were Laid aside a two course repast was served at daintily appointed tables. A delightful feature of the afternoon was a visit to mrs. Tate s Lovely Garden where the quantities of tulips were outstanding although grooming shrubs and other Flowers formed a riot of color. Guests for the afternoon were mesdames c. A. Ring sr., of p. Moffitt c. A. Barbee Charles Ragan e. D Steele and guest mrs Newell while club members included mesdames l. R. Terry b. S. Cummings j. A. Morris Fred n. Tate s. C Clark Howard s. Hartzell j. Vav. Harris and Charles f. Long. Local girl Reserve delegates to Carolina Virginia meet elected delegates from local girl Reserve clubs to the Virglnia Caro Lina conference to be held at Camp Betty Hastings near Winston Salem june 9-17 have been chosen. The conference planned for senior High school girls advisors committee members and secretaries will stress International relationships religion and personality development. Club relations Camp fire programs and Hobby groups will be featured As Well As individual conferences with members and advisors of other clubs. From the local Sophomore club the delegates Are Dot Price Lethe Tes Clifton. Mary to Wilson alter Nate Margaret Burgees. From the wednesday night supper club will go Frances ohm it Annie Louise Brown and Marie Lily with Elizabeth Teague and Dolly Battley As alternates. Dome Seizer mull Lutz Nan Clapp Are delegates from the thursday supper club and Emmogene Shields and Dorothy Miller Are alternates. Other clubs to be represented at the conference Are Asheville Charlotte Greensboro Raleigh Salisbury Winston Salem Crossnore Danville Lynchburg Norfolk Richmond and Roanoke a. Bluefield Vav. A Greenville. Sumter Columbia and Charleston s. C. Y. W. C. A Industrial groups planning initial Spring banquet for monday the initial Mpr lug banquet of the Many and now teacher of German Industrial girls clubs of the local at Greensboro College mrs. Chris a. Vav. C. A. Will he held at the hut Hana Stewart who was born in on monday evening at six of clock. Scotland will also take part in the according to plans announced to discussion and mrs. Peter Brown Day and a group of Greensboro in of Irish birth and now resident of Dustral girls will be special guests High Point will open the program at this time. with a group of Irish songs. The banquet is being held for i group singing will he led by the purpose of celebrating the sol miss Virginia Satterfield of Darity of All Industrial workers Greensboro who is regional re re and the theme of the banquet will i sedative for Industrial girls and he a your world of the miss Ola Carpenter president of discussion will be led by miss Jen the Florence Nightingale club will Nie la stint a native of Italy with j extend Welcome to which the pres miss Marie Huth native of Ger j Idem of the visiting Greensboro a a i Juh win respond. I j minor skin irritations Mth Moron Neil Snow White Petroleum Jelly Jim a Industrial girls Are invited to be present at this ame and must make reservations at the y. Vav. C. A., by monday morning at ten of clock. Wai a upholstering refinishing j % and All kinds of furniture repairing z it Complete line of new samples a j. E. Blacks antique shop 5 413 Cable of skeet a phone 4121 Jivise Golda Mae Kearns and mrs. E. F. Kearns entertained wednesday night at the Gibson club room to Honor miss Margaret Preddy who will wed Harold s. Kearns in late april. Spring Flowers emphasized a color note of Green and White. Various games and contests were featured with prizes going to miss Priddy misses Dorothy Fritz Lucille Hayworth finances Dunn Inez Sowers Hazel Vel born. To miss Preddy the hostesses presented Crystal in her wedding pattern. After a miscellaneous show r of gifts was presented to the Bride elect ires in wedding holds and decorated cakes were served to the following in addition to miss Preddy mesdames r. A. Sow is David Smith Roy Kearns Paul Spenser Reitzel Pitts. Hattie Kellam. Leora Smallwood f. C. Richardson Frank Surratt George Mitchell Clayton Kearns. C. Stuns Carl Kearns Vav. D. Stevens e. L Bennett j. A Phillips Fielding Kearns misses Hazel Welborn Leslie Johnson Laura Bumgarner Frances Dunn. Ina Sowers Viola Bergman Hazel Wright Beulah Lewallen Elizabeth Smith. Sara Frances Harr. Dorothy Fritz. We girl scouts song festival planned for next thursday the girl scouts will present their Spring song Cut Itil on thursday april 27th, at the Junior High school auditorium when approximately a Hundred and fifty scouts in the local organization will participate. The program will get underway at 7 30 on that Date and will culminate weeks of training under the local troop leaders i who w Ere assisted in planning j the program by miss Dorothy i Hoskins of the music faculty of the City schools. Carl g. N. Cronstedt supervisor of school music Here will serve As direct Tor for the festival plans for which have been in charge of mrs. Dona Nicholas Glazier loj Cal girl scout director. The final practice for the fes i rival will take place monday afternoon at 3-.io of clock at the i Junior High school and dress re i hearsay will follow on wednes a Day afternoon at the same hour i and place. The song festival was first planned for presenta i Hon two weeks ago when it wan j postponed due to conflict Ion with j Many other meetings and no j definite Date Given until this j time a Greensboro officers visit local chapter of women of Moose headed by the senior Regent mrs. Helen Bailey. 12 officers and members of the Greensboro chapter women of the Moose visited the local chapter at the last regular meeting held on wednesday evening. Mrs Bailey Iii a Brief talk commented on the dignify Aud Beauty displayed in the ref tip i list it work used throughout the evening. At this time a class of five new members was initiated including mesdames Edna Jones Grace Beverly misses Lois de Vinney. Many Bancroft and Eula Osborne the last two ladies belonging to the Greensboro Chap Ter. Final plans were made for the meeting of the women of the Moose to be held in Thomasville sunday april 23, at la of clock at the Moose Hall this meeting precedes a banquet to be held at 2 of clock at the american legion hut. I due to the resignation of senior Regent Willard Evans who was recently elected to take Over the duties of recorder the meeting was presided Over by mrs Rustle Forward who will be acting senior Regent for the final two months completing the fiscal year. A in it Ltd Pippr y or y by spy by y a y e i. Or 3 i it in 4 hours saturday morning 9 in i til in final close out of a Small 3 millinery Sale $1 group of Spring hats. Bright \ and dark shades in Straw. Jar tree s millinery Depa rom Entz Suh oni floor Jook in Kak. Wjk. Jib. A a a. A Jaja. Jaa Jaa . A. A a a a a. A a Kay castles Winner of textile style show at state College thursday heres Why Upton s is Ica s largest Selling Tea i world famous Haver a smooth full Rich delicious. I. Lander yawns leave a and luscious flavorful buds a give extra fragrance and bouquet. 9. Distinctive uniform hand a with Choice teas from Upton s own Ceylon gardens. 4. Economical a you use less Linton s per cup a its so Rich in flavor. Lipton s Tea a Ridge Mary a prize show approx by Good Mous pooping Burrou Quot pips you up Quot Raleigh. Apis 21.�? Mise Kay castles of Glen n. J., a student at St. School Here won the grand at the 12th annual style presented by the textile school of n .0. State College yesterday she wore a simple Cotton dress made by herself. The los girls from nine col i loges in till state modelled clothes i made from fabrics designed and i Woven by students in the textile school. <0 a Kobert Harles Smith Roh n la Fri yest fray or. And mrs. R. A. Smith announce the birth of a son. Rob i Ert Charles at their Home 31.7 Park Street of thursday april i in. I a. Met cad Ftp finite writ see beam today at Southern dairies dealers you Uci. 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