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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 23, 1939, High Point, North Carolina R sunday. April 23. 1939 the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point. North Carolina Page three Sec. B Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4568 social and dial hours 8 30 . To 12 noon saturdays 8 30 a in. To 6 . Silver anniversary reception last night at Millis Home highlights social events City s sponsor at world s fair highlighting social events of the week was the elaborate reception riven by or. And mrs. H Albion Millis last evening at their Home on North main Street in Celebration of their Sizer wedding anniversary. A Large number of invited guests celled Between the hours of nine and eleven to give the congratulations of the Day to or. And mrs. Millis. They were greeted at the door by or. And mrs. C. F. Tomlinson and at the Entrance to the living room where the receiving line was formed they were met by or. And mrs. Frank Hunsucker introducing to the receiving line Vas mrs. J. H. Adams of Sedgefield and making up the line were or. And mrs. Millis. Or. And mrs. Rufus Johnston of Charlotte or. And mrs. J f Mims mrs. Clarence Norman of Raleigh. Or and mrs. Ward Eshelman of North Wilkesboro. Mrs. W. A. Sample of Statesville. Or. And mrs. A. M Lewis of Chicago 111., or. And mrs. Walter Chandler. Mrs. R. H. Webb of Richmond. Va., and r. Homer Wheeler of Sedgefield All. With the exception of mrs. Millis sister mrs. Webb Ber brother or. Lewis and mrs. Lewis members of the Millis wedding Patty. Leaving the living room. Where a profusion of Vii coloured tulips. J snapdragons roses and dutch Iris were combined in the effective Floral arrangements.1 guests proceeded to the Den. Where they were met by or. And mrs. Carter Dalton and registered in the guest Hook presided Over by or. And mrs lamps Lynch of Winston Salem. Here pansies and Oiher Spring Flowers were artistically arranged with varying shades of yellow predominating. At the Entrance to the Hall were or. And mrs. R. T. Amos and greeting guests at the dining room door were or. And mrs. T. J. Gold. In the dining room Only White Flowers Weie used with a Beautiful arrangement of Calla lilies on the mantel. On the Buffet a huge three tiered wedding cake was flanked by White candles in double holders of Silver. On the dining room table which was i entered with a Low bowl of White snap dragons was a handsome Silver service or. Millis anniversary gift to mrs. Millis. White tapers in Crystal holders completed the table decorations Dainty ices in bridal holds of Bells slippers and horse shoes were served by misses Caroline Dalton. Pattie Thomas Sara Lacy Tomlinson Josephine Jackson Helen Marie Siceloff and Margaret Briggs. Saying Good byes in the sunroom where red tulips Aud other Bright Spring Flowers made a riot of color were or. And mrs. H. M. Armentrout. The out of town members of the Millis wedding party were guests of or. And mrs. Millis for a week end House party Here. Miss Virginia Jackson pictured Here a been signally honoured by or. C. S. Grayson mayor of the City by being selected to represent High Point on North Carolina Day Lune 17 at the world s fair in non York City. Miss Jackson a Meni Lier of High Point s younger social get is the daughter of or. And mrs Vav. L. Lark on of i Khi Forest Hill drive. Miss Virginia Jackson appointed As High Point s sponsor at world s fair appointment of miss Virginia her of High Point s younger so mesdames e. T. Howard and j. G. Doggett Honor visitors Bride elect and Bride two attractive dessert Bridges rival of the guests from a Beau j featured the round of social artfully appointed Tea table till ties for the week end Here j tired with Cut Flowers. The High both being held at the Emery score prize a costume necklace Wood country club to Honor two was won by mrs. Ralph slate visitors a recent Bride and a and a double deck of cards Felt popular Bride elect of the Spring to mrs. Curtis Smithdeal As con mrs. E. T. Howard was hostess isolation for Low score. To mrs. J at the first party on Friday of Bowman the hostess presented Jackson attractive daughter of j Cia i set and attended the local i Ter noon when mis. n. Phil j lingerie while her gifts to mrs j or an j Iris it i. Jackson of High school later graduating at i lips the former miss Lillian j Phillips and mis Lorton were a Lino Forest Hill drive As High women a College where she ape Jordan of Hartsville s. Cd a Char Crystal vase and pastel handler j Points sponsor at the worlds dallied in Art. She did posted honors with mrs. F. O. Bow-1 chiefs respectively. Fair Iii new York City on North i graduate work in the new York Man of Chapel Hiu. Sister of i at the party on saturday j aeolian Day has been Annotine-1 school of Fine and applied arts the hostess and miss Lillian when mrs. Doggett was Assoc at it j by mayor S. Grayson Ann and a Ince that time has been con Lorton of Tulsa. Okla., the guest hostess with mrs. Howard to Elv draws wide interest in this and it nested with Grosfeld decorators of mrs. John Abels. Tables Wese in play and Mist other cities in the state. House in new York City. Miss at the second party Given v Irginia Calhoun was conceded j miss Jackson is selected to Jackson has recently been and yesterday afternoon. Mis How Winner of top score and Reward serve with Over a thousand other fitted to the membership of the Ard joined hospitality with mrs. Cd with a while kid bag. The sponsors from other towns and j decorators club in new York j j. G. Doggett and miss Mildred j double deck of cards As Ron a it cities in the state on the Day aet City. Wessinger. Whose engagement to collation prize fell to mrs. Amor aside by world s fair officials it High Point will contribute to Richard Edwin Chappell of this j Wardell and the hostesses gift for advertising the old northward a fund being used by fair City was recently announced was j to mias Wesinger was Crystal in state and will take part in the officials toward the purchasing the Only Honor guest. Apr selected pattern. Mrs. Bow a program arranged for that Day. Of five million Scenic Post cards ten tables of hide were in Man guest of mrs. Howard was of which Coleman Vav. Roberts of and other novelties advertising i play following the serving of presented with handkerchiefs a Charlotte will Seive As commit North Carolinas towns and cities tempting refreshments on the a a souvenir of tile occasion. Sinner on this Day. Or Roberts j along with an exhibit of North on both occasions a number of has been appointed by governor Carolina products w hich is sex additional guests were invited in Clyde r. Hoey who will preside peeled to be one of the most out a Tor refreshments. Spring Flowers at the state s program. Standing ones at the worlds formed an effective setting in i he ladies lounge where the parties took place and for refreshments tables were entered with miniature Silver slippers holding lilies of the Valley. The bridal colors of Green and White were combined with yellow in a Dica Tive of Apt lug in the Floral arrangements As Well As the Dainty refreshments. Miss Jai son is a popular Mem fair. Miss Robbins Goldsboro Bride elect shown Courtesy at luncheon Bridge Here banquet dance Mark anniversary of swing cub miss Mary Elizabeth Robbins former resident of this City now living in Goldsboro and Bride i elect of the summer was shown a harming Courtesy on saturday when mrs. Francis hen4fix entertained with a Bridge luncheon at i her Home in the Gantt apartments on North main Street. Miss the prize a double deck of cards went to mrs. Gilbert Shermer while a bottle of toilet water fell to mrs. John Hendrix whose score was runner up. To miss Robbins. The hostess presented an electric Percolator. Making up the tables in Addi Hon to miss Robbins were the i following from Goldsboro miss by request Dodamead a photo special 0 continued i week Wing club celebrated it Star of organization with in bins will wed Burt Johnson of Helen Robbins sister of the Hon in Ort Jervis n. Y., in tile Early sorer who is a student at greens Surmer. J Boro College miss Lucille Kil guests were invited for one Patrick and miss Eloise Best mrs. O clock and were served a tempt a Gilbert Shermer of Winslon a banquet Aud dance of the Jef ing luncheon at Small tables Cen Salem and mrs. Sam Mckinney of 2 8 x to sketch effect Only $2.95 a $7.50 value our Best work Choice of 4 proofs phone 2303 416 Gatewood Ergon Ball room in Greensboro i on wednesday evening. The Ball room was decorated j with color read and w Hite. Red i music notes bars Sharps and i hats were spread around on the tables symbolizing the club name. I i the programs were also in red with White music bars on the Lover and in the upper Corner was i the name of each guest designate j ing his place at the table. Mem-1 hers of the club were distinguished by corsages of Talisman roses. 1 miss Mildred Hutchins presided j the invocation was pronounced by Lois Yokeley after which miss Hutchins gave a Toast to the men which was responded to by Jimmy Hutton and Lillian Weisner. In. L. Patrick acted As toastmaster for the occasion. After dinner Vaughn Boone land his in tired with roses and Sweet peas Salisbury while High Point guests where places were marked by tiny included misses Ina Mcadams. White wadding Bells the place of blam lie Beasley Jewell Welch the Bride elect being designated 1 and mesdames Robert Cline h. By a miniature Bride. I m. Ridge. Or. Earl Womble Tony Laier Bridge was in play at Simeon. John Hendrix. Glenn Hen three tables and at the conclusion Drix and Winfred Hinkle. Girl scout song festival to be on thursday night approximately 150 girl scouts to ill participate in the Spring festival which will be presented at the Junior High school auditorium thursday evening at 7.30. Mode Cross vows announced today Rte and ventriloquism j provided entertainment Aud last t,1< festival will culminate on the program was Bob troller. J we is of practice under the Trec a promising Young radio Star from to la of a Al troop leaders assist , who Sang several popular i it 511�?o j selections. He w As accompanied on the piano by miss Vesta Trox Lee. The tables were then cleared for dancing taking the form of a Caid dance and lasting until 12 of lock. Announcement is made Here today by or. And mrs. R. C. Mode of the marriage of their daughter Marguerite to John b. Cross. The marriage was solemnized on a pril 8th, 1939. In Danville a. Rev. James m. Shelburne pastor of the first Baptist Church in a Miville officiated at the ceremony using the ring ritual. Jim Hankins of this City accompanied the couple to Danville. Dorothy Hoskins and i Vonh a a Ltd a elder Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. R. C. Mode social Calendar monday 3 30 p. In. The High Point chapter United daughters of the confederacy will meet with mrs. C. H. Bass at her Home 201 Lindsay Street. Mrs. A. T. Wishart historian will present the program. To p. initial Spring banquet of the Industrial girls clubs of the local y. W. C. A. Will be held at the hut with Greensboro groups As special guests. Various speakers from this and other cities will be featured and reservations must be made by monday morning at ten o clock. 7 30 p. alumni chapter of the Alpha Theta Psi. Sorority High Point College will meet with miss Annie Lee Jarrell 119 Lindsay Street when miss Leslie Johnson will be associate hostess. 7 30 p. local chapter american association of University women will meet with mrs. R. A. Herring 807 East Lexington Avenue with mrs. D. H. Hall jr., As associate hostess. 7 30 p. woman a auxiliary of the pharmaceutical association will meet with mrs. C. A. Ring at her Home. Iou North main Street for an important meeting. Tuesday to a. Wayside Garden club will meet with miss Martha Blair at her Home South of the City for its regular meeting. Mrs. A. M. Utley will be the speaker on this occasion. 3 p. ladies Bridge biweekly club event for women of the Emery Wood country club membership will be held at the clubhouse with mesdames John Harold Davis and Charles j. Schwem As associate club hostesses. 3 30 p. In. The member hip event for april will be held at the y. W. C. A. Hut and will take the form of a musical Tea. Serving As hostesses will be the following members of the education committee mesdames Franklin Welch g. I. Humphreys and p. A Adams. 7 30 p. High Point chapter number 106. Order of the Eastern Star will meet at the masonic Temple for its regular meeting. 7 30 p Alii Usa club will have its annual banquet at the Bhe Tatol hotel ballroom when or. E. H. Blackard Wilt be guest speaker. Thursday i p. social arts club will have a luncheon at the Home of mrs. T. H. Zimmerman on West Farrias Avenue when mesdames Leland b. Nelson and a b. Elam will be associate hostesses. 8 p. world olympics for duplicate Bridge players will be presented locally As a project of the Emery Wood country club and All duplicate players Are eligible to participate for the prizes awarded the winners. Mrs. J. V. Thompson is game Captain for High Point players and reservations May be made with her or at the country club. 8 p. girl scouts Spring musical festival will be presented at the Junior High school and the Public is invited to attend. Carl g. N. Cronstedt supervisor of music in the City schools will serve As director for the program. Friday 3 p. Korosis and entre Nous dubs will be entertained at a joint meeting by mrs. A. E Tate at her Home in Emery Wood. 3 p. In. Mrs. La w. Hayes will entertain the Priscilla dub at her Home on route two at the regular biweekly meeting. Saturday 8 p. evening Bridge for All members of the Emery Wood country club will take place at the clubhouse and reservations must be made in Advance at the clubhouse. 8 30 p. first annual dance of the High Point College engineers club will be held at the Sheraton ballroom with Shelton Stubbins and his orchestra playing. To wed local Man Lite engagement of miss Inna Linwood Rotter of Washington x. To pictured above to i laude Everett rep sri or. Of this City was an non need lat saturday evening when her in Ler. Mrs j. Frank Duke entertained for her in Washington. The wedding will take place in mid june. Engagement of miss Irma Roper to Claude e. Reitzel or. Announced an event of interest in High Point occurred in Washington n c., last saturday evening when or. J. Frank Duke entertained to her sister miss Lima Linwood Roper to Claude Everett Reitzel jr., of this City. Purple and Lavender Iris spirea red tulips and Vari coloured Verbena mingled in the Flora appointments of the living room where mrs. Duke and miss Roper welcomed the guests. Mrs. F. B Justus and mrs. Otis Johnson of Belhaven presented each guest with a bridal tally and a miniature Corsage showered with two Sirn Ai 11 Stiver hearts Healing the words Quot Reitzel Roper june 17.&Quot Bridge was played at to tables in the living room and on the Sun porch. I prizes went to mrs Oscar j. Paul and miss Susie Clark and the honoree Wras presented spoons in her chosen pattern. Two brides elect and three recent brides also received gifts. Orange blossoms marked the i Bride table when refreshments of an ice course in bridal holds end individual cakes were served. In the dining room triple candelabra hearing lighted tapers entered the table where Lavender tulips painted daisies and Fern were used. The honoree a Mother mrs Ellis Lin Wood Roper joined the guests for refreshments. Or. Reitzel Young local attorney. Is the son of or. And mrs E. Reitzel of this City. Mrs. Louis Voorhees presents Canterbury program As mrs. Hoke Bullard is hostess mrs. Hoke Bullard was hostess at a delightful meeting of a he Canterbury club at her Home 1104 Forest Hill drive Friday afternoon when mrs Louis Voorhees was in charge of the program and gave a most interesting talk on Quot the melting pot or hebrew mrs. Voorhees was presented i by mrs. V. D. Sale. Jr., program chairman and in her usual hamming manner read from the Book. Quot the Cream of the lecher Quot a collection of witty say i miss by Well known humorists following with Leonard q. Rosa Quot the education of Hymen Kaplan Quot and an exit rpt entitled Quot so j read aloud from two ferry tails from Kreng Mil a so size baby Quot by Milt Gross which was Given in dialled and kept her audience in gales of laughter throughout. Another source of material used was Quot from the Best american Humour of today by j. B. Mussey during a Brief business sea dramatic critic to lecture at Salem College april 27 Carl Cronstedt of the music fac Hhd of .1,0 City achoo my. Don Quot of so us. A a it St 7�?~ Nichols Glazier local executive. Shh r a a a on a. Horn in Charro of plan Loc i v. Affair with the class of j 938. The Groom Altair. I a Hie son of or. And mrs. F e final practice will take place to rr08r of route no 4 Thig a Jay Morrow afternoon at 3 30 and up received his education in Tho mindred it ruin a Are 51 its dress rehearsal will follow on local school and a now connect mild Ted Hutchins president i wednesday afternoon. Is Boa Harris vice president Lillian Weisner Secretary treasurer Lois Yokeley program chairman Boa Overcash publicity chairman Frances Moon. Estelle West Dor iss Bowers Kathryn Wrenn and Catherine Carmichael. A. A u. W. Meets with mrs herring the program for the meeting of the local chapter. American association of University women which will he held tomorrow evening will feature a continuance of the study of social Agency surveys in this City which the chapter is sponsoring. 1�?The meeting will he held at 7 30 of clock at the Home of mrs. It. A. Herring on Mon lieu Avenue with mrs. I. H. Hall jr., As associate hostess. Mrs. H. A. W Hite chapter president will preside Over the business session and routine matters will be transacted. Cd with the High Point paper Box company. Or. And mrs. Cross will make their Home in this City. # Lloyd Preslar has party to celebrate fourth birthday or. T. R. Preslar entertained at her Home 308 Phillips Street saturday afternoon honouring her son Joyd on his fourth birthday. After outdoor games the children were served refreshments in the dining room where a Pink and White color scheme was car ried out. With Pink roses and Nar Issi flan Al uric the birthday cake which entered the table. Present were James and Clarence Herndon. Patsy and Shirley Miller Peggy Jackson R. Lof Lin. Jr., Nancy Blarney and Dolores Cates. Winston Salem. A pry 22. John Mason Brown dramatic critic for the new York Post will lecture at Salem College on thursday evening. April 27, in memorial Hall. This will be hts second visit to Salem. Brown s subject will be Quot Broadway in review Quot and his lecture will lie an Authora Tive criticism of current new York plays. J. Brooks Atkinson of the new York times says in America As americans see it Quot from every Point of View John Mason Brown is an Ideal dramatic after graduating from Harvard Brown began teaching drama courses at various summer schools. Since 1929 he has been dramatic critic for the new York Post. He has written two books Quot the modern theatre in revolt Quot and a Hobby Patton vows in a announced announcement is being made today of Hie marriage of miss Ellen Jane Hobby of this City to Gilmer Franklin Patton of Jamestown which took place on sunday april 2, in Danville a. Rev. A. Hay Carter pastor of the second Baptist Church in Danville heard the vows. The con pie will he at Home at 1801 East Green Street Sion plans for next year s pro i Gap in were discussed do t definite selection was tabled until next meeting. The Home of mrs Bullard was j attractively Nat Tgcy with Lovely j carnations roses and tulips j which formed a colourful setting j for the affair in the living room and Els where in the entertaining rooms. The Tea table from which a Frozen mad comae and j accompanying delicacies Weie served featured an imported doth of cutwork and Linen and was entered with a Crystal howl in which a combination of opting Flowers was attractively Arian red. Mrs. Pm Bree h Black a id was i the Only visitor for the after noon and dub Mem bet a presen i included mesdames e Verett Marsh Roy Spearman Craven Cage. De Lyon j a Lindsay a. B Hall w. F Ellis or. E. T Harrison Louis Voorhees a. M. Waynick Harry Brock Diann v. I. Sale jr., Carson a bairns and the hostess. Duplicate Bridge world olympics Here on thursday local duplicate Bridge players i j Are showing keen interest in the i annual world Bridge olympics for j duplicate players on april 27, j which will he presented locally at i the Emery Wood country club at 7 of clock with mrs. J a Thorn son As Kame Captain. Twenty identical hands will he played Here As in other plates where the world tournament is going on at the same time. These j hands will he made up in the Cul a Bertson studios in new York City j and will be sent from there to mrs. Thompson. Prizes will he presented winners in North South j East arid West. This is the second year High pointers have participated in this tournament. The local Tournai j tent is open to All duplicate players and those wishing to enter Are asked to Call either mrs. J. V. Thompson or mrs. John Abels. Musical Art club to meet on May i the musical Art club will hold its regular meeting on May i a week from tomorrow it has been announced Here the program will feature North Carolina composers. Plan for convention Luther r. Medlin Field Secre wary of Christian Endeavor was in High Point yesterday to meet with committee Heads to Start plans working for the state wide E. Convention to be held at High Point College june 22-25 state Garden club meeting at Durham drawing interest mrs. R. K. Stewart director of Garden clubs in the Piedmont District. Will leave tuesday morning for Durham along with representatives of local Garden clubs in the City to attend the annual convention of the Garden club of North Carolina which convenes there tuesday and wednesday. A highlight of the meeting will be an address by Richard Wright editor of Quot House and Garden Quot whose subject will be Quot new styles in Garden design Quot a topic draw ing wide interest among local Garden lovers. His talk will take place tuesday evening at 7 30 at the Washington Duke hotel convention Headquarters. Additional features of the convention include an executive Board luncheon being Given tuesday by mrs. George Mathis president of the Durham Garden club a four of the gardens of mesdames Vav p. Budd. A h. Carr Frank Vav. Swett and e. P. Alyea. Which will he followed by a Tea at 4 30 and a banquet in the evening. Wednesday s program opens with a president s breakfast at 8 30 at the hotel with a business session following at la. Election of officers Aud a visit to various other gardens and exhibits during the afternoon. Mrs. R. In Mcmillan of Raleigh i is president of the St in club. Dinner dance at Emerywood club Well attended approximately 120 members of the Emery Wood country club were dinner guests at the clubhouse last evening when the club presented a dinner dance. Tables were arranged in the main lounge for the dinner and while it was being served a floor show of singing and dancing acts was presented by artists featured with Jack Yancey s orchestra and proved an added Factor in the Success of the occasion. Following the dinner when additional members and guests arrived for dancing eight card dances were featured. Free break dances featured the dance program from then until Midnight. Greensboro club to be guests at Industrial banquet tomorrow evening at 6 of clock a group of Greensboro Industrial girls will he guests at the initial Spring banquet of the Industrial girls clubs of the local y. . C a. At the hut. Celebrating the Solidarity of Industrial workers the banquet will he on the theme Quot the world of discussions will feature miss Jennie la Stina a native of Italy miss Marie Huth. Born in Germany but now an instructor at Greensboro College mrs. Christiana Stewart native Scot. Mrs. Peter Brown of Irish birth will sing a group of the Sones of her country. I Virginia Satterfield of Greensboro regional representative for Industrial jills will Lead group singing mrs. Ola Carpen a Ter. President of the Florence i Nightingale Mill Wil Welcome the guests with a response from the president of the visiting Greensboro club. Reservations must he Marie at i the y. . C. A. By ten tomorrow. Morning. Wayside Carden club with miss Martha Blair miss Martha Blair will enter a lain members of the Wayside j Garden club at her Home South i of the City tuesday morning at ten of clock. Mrs. A. M. Utley will present the program for this meeting using an her topic protect valuable garments against damage by Moths All furs stored in Modem Coit storage Daiuto bring1 your furs to us Tor storage. It s the Safe thing to do to be sure they will be wearable next Winter your furs Are stored in modern cold storage vaults and protected a Ira inst Mot a fire. Theft and dirt. 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