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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 21, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Friday. April 21, 1919the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry tuna Point Ortii Cardi Ina Page seven miss Baker Bride elect paid Honor at informal Tea and Shower at Thomasville Church social Thomasville april 21, a special a complimentary to miss Evelyn Baker whose marriage to George w. Orr jr., will be an event of the Early summer. Mrs. Howell r. Kyser and her daughters. Miss Nancy Kyser and mrs. Claiborne Pennington joined hospitality at the Home of mrs. Kyser on Fisher ferry Street from four to five thirty p. In. On thursday. The party took the form of a miscellaneous Shower and miss Baker was the recipient of a number of handsome gifts. Mrs. Kyser greeted the guests on their arrival and introduced to in informal receiving line composed of mrs. Pennington. Miss Kyser miss Baker and her Mother mrs. W. L. Baker and miss Ellen Mae Pegg. Mrs. Harry Lee Lambeth directed to the dining room where mrs. John c. Pennington presided Over the Tea table and misses Patty Massier and Gertrude Kirk assisted in serving. The Tea table featured an attractive arrangement of Narcissi and spirea to emphasize the nuptial color note of Green and White and tulips Iris and other Spring Flowers were combined elsewhere in the entertaining rooms to form a colourful setting. Mrs. Glenn Pennington stood at the Entrance to the Den where the Shower gifts were on display. Approximately fifty guests called during the appointed hours to enjoy the hospitality of Tho Kyser Home and Greet the attractive Honor guests. Mrs. George Finch. Mrs. P. M. Sherrill and mrs. Alva Boyles have returned from Raleigh where they represented the local woman a club of the meeting of the North Carolina federation of women a clubs in session there the first of the week. Patrick Allene Rigby Esther Chatfield. Margaret Mcleod Florence Lawrence Isabel Mouzon Eunice Reese Lillian Robinson and mrs. Vann Strin Field. Circles of main Street auxiliary met monday afternoon for the april meeting Circle one met at the Homo of mrs. Ira t. Johnson with mrs. R. L. Ward and mrs. Charles Johnson As joint hostesses and mrs. C. W. Gilliam Leader. In charge. Miss Naomi Howie conducted the devotional. Circle two meeting with mrs. Carson Cox had As associate hostesses mrs. Glenn May and mrs. Carl Moore while mrs. Frank Murr Leader presided and mrs. E. J. Poe led the Bible study. Mrs. J. F. Garner was hostels to Circle three when mrs. R. M Cooksey presided and mrs. J. N. Gauss conducted the Bible study and Circle four met at the Home of mrs. C. A White. Jr., Leader. With mrs. C. L. White. Sr., As associate hostess and mrs. Stuart Burton Leader in the chair. A talk by mrs. H. L. Luther was featured and mrs. M. A. Edwards led the Bible study. Miss Clarine Rose entertained members of the club of thirteen Bridge club at her Home in the Carolina apartment wednesday evening when misses Isabel Mou son and Eunice Reese were associate hostesses. A three course dinner was served on the arrival of the guests and afterwards Bridge was in play at three tables. The prize a Compart went to miss Bain Johnson at the conclusion of play second award stationery falling to miss Florence Lawrence runner up. Making up the tables were misses Sallie j. Bond Bain Johnson. Beulah Norment Lucile Kirk a a How women in their 40�?Ts can attract men her food advice for a woman during tar i Chanco usually from is to 52who fears aha in Loo her Appal to Man who Worriax a bout Bot lath Low of Pap ditty Spall Erfy Apalit. Juit cat Mora Frosh air i or Laap and if a Paat nerves and mood of Nead a ral tabla Quot woman a Quot tonic Taka m Poun i s Nat i Alps git it Cain a sym is that often accompany Changa of Ufa. Fink Ham s la Well Worth trying. To Lydia e. Pink Ham vac table compound mad �?��?�paria1 if or woman. It helps nature build up physical Raa Stane. Thus help give More vivacity to Anjoy lift and assist calming jittery Narva and Thorn disturbing syrup English Street curb Market a Complete line of fresh fruits and vegetables direct from the a land of fancy Carolina it strawberries fresh urn Beans la. Ioc Nice fresh Corn. Ear so yellow Squash . .5c fancy iceberg. Lettuce. A for is fresh Garden peas la 5c Irish no. I Cobbler potatoes to l is. 2 c red Bliss potatoes la. 5c fancy cucumbers 3 lbs. 25c Dainty biscuit flour 24 lbs. 65c no. I White potatoes 7 lbs. 25c tender Beans 2 lbs. 15c a Tiara Leer poultry Yard eggs. Doz 19c pet milk. 8 Small or 4 l arge 25c milk fed fryers. Pound 21c hens. La 19c Grapefruit. 5 for Ioc Brisky i i crackers. B. Pkg. 15c Green peppers carrots. Celery egg Plant radishes new onions phone 8721 and be convinced free delivery we refuse to Rte under sold or. Morrill undergoes operation in Monroe Fred Morrill former resident of i this City now living at Monroe is a patient at the Helen Fitzgerald Hospital in Monroe who re he underwent an appendectomy on thursday morning. His condition is satisfactory at this time. Or. And mrs. M. W. Stump of this City spent yesterday in Mon j Roe to be with or. Morrill and his wife. A a a mrs. Luck honoured at birthday dinner h. J. Luck honoured mrs. Luck j with a Surprise birthday supper thursday evening at their Home 119 Vail Street. Guests were or. And mrs. C. Ilni foil g and son. Ronald miss Geneva Nifong and or. And mrs. L. D. Campbell. # a. A. U. W. To meet on monday evening the local chapter of the american association of. University women will meet monday evening at 7 30 of clock with mrs. R. A. J herring at her Home on East Lexington Avenue when mrs. D. H. Hall jr., will be associate hostess. The chapter will continue the study of social surveys which it is sponsoring in the City. A the expectation of life in India is below 25, according to recent statistics. Missionary society meets at Trinity rho woman a missionary society of it. Vernon Church met at the Home of mrs. G. L. Robbins in Trinity on wednesday afternoon for its monthly meeting. Mrs. Harvey Farlow had charge of the program. Mrs. G. L. Robbins gave a report of the District conference which was recently held at Lenoir. The hostess served refreshments and the meeting adjourned to meet next month with mrs. C. J. Peace. St Lebanon Rainbow class has meeting the rein Bow class of Lebanon m. P. Church held its regular monthly meeting at the Church hut thursday night Al 7 30. The meeting was presided Over by miss Mildred Hutchins and the main feature of the meeting was the election of new officers mrs. Ernestine White was elected president with miss Louisa Welch As vice president. Mrs. Leola Newell was elected recording Secretary and treasurer and miss Dot Hedgecock to respond ing Secretary. Miss Vert Gregory was re elected chairman of the Lookout committee. Plans were made for a Benefit supper to be held in the Church hut on Friday night. May 12. The hostesses of the evening mrs. Helen Hardee and miss Mildred Hutchins served refreshments to the members present. Misses Lucile Payne and Juanita Hayworth were appointed hostesses for the meeting to be held Iii May. Benefit i Lebanon Church monday the ladies auxiliary of Lebanon m. P. Church will present a program in the Church hut on monday evening april 24, at 8 of clock charging a Small Entrance fee in the interest of the appreciation year movement put on by the methodist protestant churches of North Carolina in order to Clear up All old indebtedness before the uniting of the methodist churches. Oakdale willing workers have meet miss Lucille Bumgarner entertained the willing workers of Oakdale m. E. Church tuesday evening at the teach rage in Jamestown. Before the meeting the class surprised their hostess with a handkerchief Shower. She will soon return to her Home in Hickory for her summer vacation. A Short business session was held with the drawing of name for poll nay Annas. The material for curtains for the new class room was selected. A social hour was enjoyed by the 15 members present with the hostess serving refreshments. Mss Bumgarner read several selections and games were played. The next meeting will be with mrs. Stacy Brown and miss Helen Clark in May. Community Pra yer band holds service tonight the Community prayer band will hold a Community service this evening at 7 30 at the Home of mrs. P. R. Dixon 1006 Lindsay Street. Every member is asked to be present and visitors Are Welcome according to an announcement made today. Bulwinkle Williams vows solemnized in Washington Washington april 21, a miss finances Mckean Bui Winkle daughter of rep. A. L Bulwinkle of North Carolina and mrs. Bulwinkle was married Here last night to e. Grainger Williams of Little Rock Ark. An insurance Man. Attended by members of the states congressional delegation and others the ceremony was performed in the lutheran Church of the reformation by the Rev. George s. Bowden pastor of holy Trinity lutheran Church at Gastonia. He was assisted by the Rev. Ralph Long of the Washington Church. Mrs. Hopkins to entertain Owca Book club saturday mrs. Zillah r. Hopkins is entertaining at an informal party at the local y. W. C. A. Hut tomorrow afternoon at three of clock for members of the y. W. C. A. Book club. A musical program will be presented at that time. Why w t t 0 neglect your eyes when you can get real optometric 0 0 service on a cold Winter night a few Hundred feet of Altitude on a j Hillside May make a difference j of ten degrees in the temperature. Cold air slides Down Hill j on a cold still night. T at Staley s i ors. Of optometry a 403-404 Security Bank bldg. 0 p High Point n. C. Final events on d. A. R. Program being held today Washington april 21.�?up a daughters of the american revolution saved some of their Royall a vents for the end of their Congress today a Tea at the White House and a final banquet for the 3,279 delegates and visitors. In the Shawnee of mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt hostesses asked to receive at the executive mansion were mrs. Cordell Hull wife of the Secretary of state mrs Henry Wallace wife of the agriculture Secretary and Secretary of labor Perkins. The first lady who resigned from the d. A. R. After Marian Anderson negro Singer was barred from the society s Constitution Hall Cut Short a Western trip this week to return East for the funeral of her Nephew Daniel Roosevelt of Boston. The anal Days program also called for the installation of new state regents and vice regents As Well As of seven vice presidents general and two honorary vice presidents general chosen yester a Day. The new vice presidents Gen \ eral Are mrs John Marsh i All of Clemson College s. To i mrs. Arthur John Rahn of Lewistown Mont. Mrs. Carl Hoskins of Lisbon. N. H. Mrs. Homer Fergus Sloan of marked tree i re. Mrs. Frederick Palmer Latimer of Hartford Conn. Mrs Lenry Clay Chiles of Lexington j to. And mrs. Robert j. John son of Humboldt Iowa. The honorary vice presidents general chosen Are mrs. James b Crankshaw of fort Wayne ind., j and mrs. Edmund p. Moody of Wilmington Del. A about people Little miss Jacqueline Ann Morrill of Monroe is spending this it week Here with or and mrs. M w. Stump at their Home on Lind say Street. In. _ mrs. Grady Ellison and Daugh i Ter Barbara of mount airy Are i visiting at the Home of mrs. J Ellison a parents or. And mrs. N. L. Smith at 219 Mon lieu Avenue. _ friends of mrs. Alberta c. J Snyder will regret to learn that Quot he is very ill at the Guilford i general Hospital where she underwent an operation this morning. Mrs. Snyder entered the i Hospital on wednesday and has been undergoing treatment since that time. La a j among local people going to Durham tomorrow to attend the Centennial Celebration of Duke University will be or. And mrs. Gurney h. Kearns or. And mrs. J Amos r. Kearns mrs. J. W. Harries j. Welch Harriss Mies Virginia Frank and Bill Siceloff. They will leave Early tomorrow and return after the Days program. Wax paper too it. Roll 25c size old Topper talc treet Blades 2 for he 25c size baby Talcum $1.25 s. S. S. Tonic.99c 4 for 26c 2 for 26c 60c Murine pack 200 Klenzo facial tissues 2 Ifor 2la extra Quality soft Tough tin less. Excellent to remove creams. 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