High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 23 1939, Page 12

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 23, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page two Sec the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point. North Carolina sunday april 23, 1930 Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4568 social and dial hours 8 30 a m. To 12 noon saturdays 8 30 . To 6 . Miss Hazel Wright Buffet supper hostess Here to Honor miss Preddy sponsor engineers dance saturday miss Margaret Preddy who will wed Harold 8. Kearns in late april was again honoured on Friday evening when miss Hazel Wright assisted by mrs. R. Wright entertained for the Bride elect at her Home on South main Street with a Buffet supper. Spring Flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms and the dining table covered with a lace cloth was entered with assorted Flowers on flanked with holders bearing White tapers. Oin the living room card tables were arranged i for games. Guests found their places by cards and the Bride elects place was marked with a miniature bridal party. Bridge and chinese checkers were in play after the supper. I High Scotts prize in Bridge went to miss Leslie Johnson second High to miss Hattie Cook. Miss Inez Sowers won High score prize in chinese checkers and second High went to mrs. W. W. Preddy. High score prizes were perfume second High tiny Crystal vases. The Bride elect was Given a Shower of gifts in Linen. Guests included mesdames e. F. Kearns w. W. Preddy c. M. Craig Davis Smith j. W. Stewart. Fred Delapp Fielding Kearns r. Plummer. Florrie a. Newton misses Hazel Wel born. Elizabeth Ellis Inez Sowers Leslie Johnson Ellen Jensen Hattie Cook Barbara Courtney Laura Bumgardner Ora Wel born Lena Daviss Dorothy Fritz golds Mae Kearns Mary and Hulda Whiteley. Delta Alpha Epsilon fraternity has annual Spring banquet and dance engineers Glus the annual Spring banquet and dance of the Delta Alpha Epsilon fraternity of High Point College was held last night at the Sheraton hotel. The banquet was served in the Sheraton room Gay with Spring decorations for the occasion. Following the invocation by John Howard link Bob Johnson welcomed the guests and was responded to briefly by James Mattocks an alumnus. Frank Robbins of Spruce Pine replied to the Toast to the alumni Given by a. Lovelace or. Impromptu talks by several menders honorary members and alumni followed. The following Youmg ladies were escorted to the banquet by inc Ness in in cystic important news for monday summer opening of new sport Cottons Silks and Rayons. Monday we a Start the new showing of summer a sport things in Cotton silk and Rayons. Wash frocks in it frocks of Linen and sharkskin. Play suits of Cotton 2 and 3-piece suit solid shades and . Everything that a new for summer Street or sport Wear at inc Lar pricks. The new cruise spun Wash frock. New shades. I a hic styles. $2.95 the new and popular stripes and Cheeks in tunable silk Aud Rayon sport frocks at $4.95 adorable sport suit frocks. 2-piece models in sharkskin and Linen. Lovely solid shades at $2.95 two and three piece a a fun slits of sharkskin and cruise spun for real sport in solid shades and Lovely combinations with shorts or Slacks and skirt. $2.95 and $3.95 see the new simmer straws in hats leghorn Pilatis wide brims a Fowler Seufzer vows announced or. And mrs. M. T. Fowler Are today announcing the marriage of their daughter Alice Oree to Harold Leslie Setzer. The marriage was solemnized on monday. April 17, in York s. C., with judge Gettys Nunn officiating. The Bride wore a dress of Blue with accessories of Japonica Tan. Her Flowers were sweetheart roses and Orange blossoms in a shoulder Corsage. The couple was accompanied by or. And mrs. Vav. F. Austin. The Bride is the Only daughter of or. And mrs. M. T. Fowler 1610 Johnson Street. She attended the local High school where she was graduated with the class of 1933. Or. Setzer is the son of or. And mrs. S. H. Setzer of 1405 Bradshaw Street. Be also was educated in the local schools and is now employed by the High Point weaving company. The couple Are now living with the Bride s Mother. Owca membership Tea planned for tuesday afternoon Bride 0f Thi week High Point College engineers club to present first annual dance Here the engineers club of High Point College will present its first annual dance on saturday evening. April 29, at the Sheraton hotel. Dancing will be from 8 30 to 11 30, with Shelton Stubbins and his popular band furnishing music for the occasion. Sponsors for the affair with their escorts Are As follows miss Peggy Lancaster of Brevard. With Milton Price miss Hhelen Dameron of Liberty with Bill Hester Secretary and treasurer of the club miss Helen Crowder of High Point with Robert Siceloff miss Jeanne Rankin of High Point with Jerry count Han miss Jacqueline Al Nev of i Salisbury with Arnold Floyd miss Jesse Frazier of Coker col a lege with Jack Gibson dance chairman. The club made up of Engineer i ing students at the College is a new one having been organized j this year. A. R. Bookout of Greensboro is president. Other members Are Larry Carter Garland Ellis Henry Hubbel Bob Holloway. Russell Fitch Paul Younts Robert Hicks Warren i Godwin Jimmie Edwards. Win i Fred Lamar David Weatherly i Robert Holt Brandon York. Lewis Jarvis Creighton Seckler and i Tommie Kinaszczuk. Make this store your a summer store for the ii a new summer Cotton sport things. Jet the first a a pick of new Cottons. Be ready for the hot of of Day i ii Moffitt s i la 217 North main Street full pictured above arc the sensors for the first annual dance of the engineers club at High Point College which will he held from 8 80 to 11 80 saturday evening at the Sheraton hotel. Heading from left to right they arc misses Csc a he Frazier of Coker College Jeanne Rankin of High Point Jacqueline Kinney of Salisbury Peggy Lancaster of Brevard Helen Crowder of High Point Aud Helen Dameron of Liberty. Fraternity members miss Bara Brandon by Bob Johnson miss lib Holden by m. Hemi son i jr., miss Polly Palmer by a. J Lovelace. Or. Miss Willie de wadis by j. Howard link. Miss Alice Chandler by s. J. Welborn j jr., miss Olivia Saunders by Hen i by Terry miss Kitty Kittrell by Olin Blickens Derfer miss Helen Rte Holton by Fred Cox or. Escorted by alumni members Ware miss Edith Vance by James mat Tocks miss Janice Jenkins by Cherry Smith miss Sara Grimes 1 by june Beane miss Nell Holton by Whitman Kearns miss Var Gunla Dixon by Harvey Pressley and mrs Clayton Glasgow by e. Clayton Glasgow and miss Ruby i Baldwin b y George elder. Other i j alumni present were Frank Rob bins and James Hight. I prof. W. A Ford an honorary member escorted miss Lola Barry and another honorary i member. Prof. J. Hobart Allred j also attended. Additional guests came in for the dance which followed the banquet when ruse Grieg and his orchestra furnished music. Miss Hunt returns Home after visit to Wadesboro friends miss Jean Hunt daughter of or. And mrs Lloyd Hunt of Hoo Ferndale drive arrives Homo today after visiting in Wadesboro. Miss Hunt was Honor guest at the Home of mrs. Maurice Crown i at her Home on Wanoka Terrace in Wadesboro Friday St a Des i Sert Bridge. Other out of town guests included miss Martha Ben Nett. Miss Sally Kraus and miss Catherine Smith of Ansonville and mrs. John Bouvier and mrs. 1 w. T. Rose of Miami Beach Fla. A a Ronda Miller Honor guest at birthday party yesterday mrs. M. Miller entertained her daughter. Ronda saturday j afternoon at Ber borne on Mere i doth Street on the occasion of i her fifth birthday. After games and contents i truest were invited into the Din ing room w Here mrs. Miller As stated by mrs. Quentin Brown served refreshments to the following Darrell and Betty Loyd Billie sue Jackie Belle and Wayne Miller Quentin Gray i Brown Pauline and Cela Maio nun Billy and Bobby Farnham Lawrence Nicholson Louise and Ralph Boyles Gladys and Bobby i Hall Melba and Bettyjo Young i or. Surprise party i Given mrs. Cary on 77th birthday a Surprise party at the Home of mrs. W. F. Clary at her Home 1221 Redding Street celebrated her 77th birthday last sunday. Orchid and White color notes were carried out in the dining room where a three tiered cake i it entered the table and Iris lilies. Lilacs and Narcissi were Floral decorations. Dinner guests numbered More than 50 relatives from Stony Point Statesville Badin and High Point. Alpha Theta Psi will meet with miss Jarrell final plans for the monthly membership event of the local Young women a Christian association have been completed and the Date announced for tuesday april 25, at the hut. The event will take the form of a musical Tea and misses Janet Hall and Janet Russell both of the music department of High Point College will be in charge of the afternoons program. Three members of the education committee which sponsors these events and of which mrs. H. I. Cofield is chairman will serve As a hostess committee according to the usual custom. These will include mesdames Franklin Welch g. I. Humphreys and p. Y. Adams who will be in charge of arrangements for the Tea. Every member of the y. W. A. And its various organizations is eligible to attend this Tea and is urged to do so the purpose of the monthly meetings being to establish a closer relationship Between the various groups. Mrs. Carter Dalton is president of the local y. W. A. 0. E. S. Chapter will have meeting tuesday mrs. Harold labile Seizer pictured above whose marriage in York 8. On april 17 is being announced today a formerly i Alice Oree Fowler Only laughter of or. And or. M. T. Fow Ler of i old Johnson St Reet Peggy to Martin is feted at party on her eighth birthday Peggy to Martin was honoured at a children s party yesterday j afternoon when her Mother mrs. R. G. Kearns was hostess at her Home 604 Hedrick Street in Cele bration of her eighth birthday. The children enjoyed a num Ber of games and contests prizes in the latter going to Junior Shumaker Phyllis Ann Surrett and Ronald current who received attractive novelties. Later ice Cream and cake were 1 served by mrs. Kearns assisted by mrs. A. E. White mrs. Vernon Coffey and miss Louise Surrett in the dining room where a Large birthday cake topped with tiny birthday candles in Pink and Green formed the Centrepiece. Peggy to received Many gifts from her guests who included Elon Nixon Vicky Lou Kearns. Nancy Carroll Marion and Junior Shumaker Dona Ann Evans. Rachel Leonard. Phyllis Ann and Jean Surrett Mary Ella Coffey Betty sue White Jeanette Nix Ronald current Joyce Winfrey Wanda Wilkins and Theresa Terrell. a super monday the High Point chapter number 106, order of the Eastern Star will hold its regular Semi in hotly meeting at the masonic Temple tuesday evening St 7 30 i o clock according to an announcement made late yesterday. Silk remnants Vii Yard damaged silk remnant in printed material. Theme Are Fine material and Are Worth much More. These will be on Sale monday Only at 10c Yard Cotton sheers Kine Quality cd Olton Slicer in printed pattern. These Are regular i a value. Special for monday n Selling Only at to Yard Silks these Are Brand new Silks shown for the first time. Solid color and print. A to to Yard Cut. Value up to $1.00 Yard. Special for monday Only at 28c Yard or in four big tallies of these i fast color. Worth lip to Sale monday Only at 5c Yar to huts Ilia an lib Yard. On Satin taffeta remnants Fine Quality Satin Aud taffeta remnants. Length up to i Yard. Very special at Only 9c piece curtain materials big table Fine Quality it attain material in Many kinds to select front. A regular lie value in Salt monday Only at 5c Yard full fashioned hosiery Only fifty dozen of these Hose to sell monday. They Are run of the Mill from a 79c Grade. New Spring shades Only 11c pair ladies Spring Coats Fine qualify cont in twin and Olod color. Topper an i full in Engh cont Are included. We guarantee theme to be a regular $10.95 cont and Art on male monday Only at this Low Price $5.00 no layaway ladies silk dresses these arc regular 82,08 dresses thai Are termed a a Are a. Are solid colors in newest styles. You will agree with us when of see them that they Are real value. On Sale monday Only at. $1.54 children s anklets big table of children Anklet with Latex top. Irregular from a Kab Grade on Sale monday Only Abe alumnae chapter of the Linha Theta Psi sorority of High Point College will he Enteria lied by miss Annie Lee Jarrell at her Home 119 Lindsay Street tomorrow evening according to an announcement made yesterday. Miss labile Johnson will be associate hostess at this meeting which will Stait at 73u of clock. Prints a Well known Brand of to Square print that Are known for their exclusive pattern. Really Worth 23c Yard. On Sale monday Only at 12c Yard curtain nets big table of these net in All color. How wide. On Sale monday Only at Hill Low Price 2c Yard department store a always big values at the big store father George sheeting in a wide Brown sheeting of this Well known Brand. On Sale monday at Only 6c Yard ladies panties a regular i a value in Bayou Pantie. On Sale monday Only at Thim Low Price 2c pair i 5c pair menus ties menus silk and Rayon ties in Lovely patterns. Values up to 29c in this lot priced special for monday Only at each guaranteed savings

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