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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 23, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Pace four Sec. The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina sunday april 2.3, 1939 Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4568 social and a link Sci cities hours 8 to a in. To 12 noon saturdays 8 30 am. To 6 . Plans completed for Alfrus club s annual banquet at Sheraton tuesday plans Are Complete for the Althusa club s annual Spring banquet which will take place at the Sheraton hotel on tuesday i evening april 25. When approx mutely seventy five members and their invited guests Arn expected to be in attendance. The banquet will get underway at 7 30 of clock and will take i place in the hotel ballroom. Or. Pm Bree la. Blackard pastor of Wesley memorial Church will be the banquet speaker and a program of music and novel entertainment is being arranged by Tho committee featuring Felix Taussig violinist miss1 Janet Russell accompanist and Vaughn Donne Amateur magician and ventriloquist. Miss Eva Wall of Winston Salem governor of the second District of Alt Rose club will he a special guest of the club As will mrs. Clyde Milner of , who Heads the Althusa club in that City. Miss May Hull is chairman of the committee of arrangement for the banquet Over which miss ladle Johnston As inca president will preside and others on the committee include mrs Louise c. Wrenn miss Luis Welborn or. Louise Abernethy mrs. Nadine Parker mrs. Nancy Althusa official Poston miss Lillian Mangey and miss Hazel Johnson. Drees at the banquet will be formal according to plans announce d by the committee. About people Houston k. Fallow who has been visiting relatives on West Russell Street while on leave from the u. S. S. Louisville which was stationed in St Petersburg Fla., wus called Back to his ship saturday to embark with the Fleet for the West coast. A Lieut. D. A. Lovelace and mrs Lovelace of Coronado flu., have arrived i it spend several Days with or. And mrs. James b. Lovelace at their Home 625 colonial drive. Lieut. Ii veloce is a brother of or. Lovelace. Or. And mrs. Royster Thurman spent yesterday in Charlotte to which City they accompanied mrs. W. L. Hargett who is spending the week end with her daughter miss Mabel Hoover Hargett who is ill in a Hospital there. In i miss Mabel Hoover Hargett is a patient at the Charlotte Hana i thorium where she underwent a Bone operation yesterday by or. Miller the Bone specialist. She was recovering As Well As could be expected from the operation i last evening but will remain a patient there for sometime. Mrs. 0. F. Foard and mrs. Robey Courtney left Friday for j their Home in excels in music mrs. Slane speaker Bride on Benefit program mins Kila Loo just received a certificate from federation of music clubs taming a Superior rating Taylor 15, Bas National Honor the National for Alin the mrs. A. Morris entertains Thomasville Phi Beta club at attractive meeting Here Thomasville. April 22. A special in another in the series of enjoyable programs on a cities of Italy featured the meeting of the Phi Beta club held Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs. A. Morris in High Point when Mamie Harris served As program Leader and presented an interesting talk on the City of Bologna she told of the location of that famous City and its manufacturing and business concerns and Many interesting things concerning the churches there which number 130. She also spoke of the leaning Tow j in and other interesting places in this historic City. A charming setting for the j meeting was achieved by the use of gaily Dolored Spring Flowers which Wen used in profusion throughout t h a entertaining rooms. Or r h. Newby presided Over i the meeting in the absence of the lug several Days Here As the guests of or. And mrs. W. Fraley at their Home on Ardmore Circle. A a mrs. I. T maim and daughter miss Frances Manti returned on Friday night from Washington. D. C., where they have been spending sometime with or. And mrs. F. M. Shore jr., who accompanied them Home for a few Days visit. Mrs. Mann has been there for the past week attend. ,. Ing the d. A. R. Congress while min premed i,.a table which featured Manhas he,.�?z ,8f or recent state Junior competitive festival held in Greensboro and sponsored by the federation. A number of ratings Are Given in the Junior competitive festivals which Are judged by the strictest standards. In the District finals at Elon College she Lenoir after spend a received the Superior rating Tho Given and duplicated this a Benefit program is being sponsored this week by Circle five of the Wesley memorial m. Vej. Auxiliary of which mrs. H. Terry is chairman and will he presented in the Sheraton hotel ballroom on Friday evening april 28, at eight of clock. The program will feature an illustrated lecture by mrs. Willis h. Slane on her recent european tour and a program of music is also being arranged by the committee in charge of the Circle s local work of which mrs. E. Harville is chairman. The Public i invited to attend this program Aud a Small admission charge is liking made the proceeds going toward the circles Treasury. Arts club hears Mac Broadhurst at a meeting of the Early american arts club held at the Home of mrs. W. G. Ragsdale Jamestown thursday president mrs. R. Harville and following the program the hostess invited her guests into the dining room where they were served two courses of delectable refreshments from a beautifully before buying a any cleaner see the new design a Bright new color scheme new conveniences. Hoover color cleaning patented agitator at bargain Price. Only $1.00 a week payable monthly. Phone or write Beeson Howe. Co. 214 n. Main phone 4551 for Horae demonstration Only authorized Hoover dealers for High Point Thomasville Ami Lexington. If of ats As or Syf Msj As it Cua no As its Central arrangement Blue Phlox and Narcissi. Covers were Laid for mesdames r. L. Lambeth of Greensboro Paul Newton of Winston Milem and the following Thomasville members mesdames Harry Lee Lambeth e. Vav. Cates m. B. Flite c. La. Newby and misses Lois Johnson and Mamie Harris. Taking a prominent place among the weeks social functions Here was the attractive dance Given Friday evening it the woman s club building on Elliott drive when the social sets from High Point. Greensboro Winston Salem and Lexington were represented in response to invitations sent to those cities Over the week end. Dancing got underway at ten of clock and continued until two to the music of Jimmy Davis and his orchestra local band. Who furnished a program of dance tunes particularly pleasing to the Dane i s. Members of the Impromptu club include the following local girls who cooperated in making the dance a Success misses Betty Claire Jennings Theresa Hoover Jennie held Newby Isabel Boyles. Frances Griffin Virginia Boyles Evelyn Lyles Elizabeth Hawthorne. Evelyn Albright Polly Trent Mildred Carr Nancy Kyser Polly and Priscilla Lambeth. Sister for miss two weeks. Florence Brown of Henderson and mrs. Ii. 8. Capps of Winston Salem will be guests of or. And mrs. It. It. Fountain at their Home on Westwood a Nae today. 4 or. Fred Moore mrs. George Coan and mrs. Broadus Smith expect to leave today for their Home in Duncan. S. Catter several Days As the or. And mrs. John 208 Woodrow Avenue. A of mrs mrs. Coan is a highest feat in the state finals in Greensboro. Because of this attainment she was one of the Young Tartlet chosen to perform at the annual meeting of the state federation of music clubs in Fayetteville april 12-15. Miss Taylor was also one of the four girls in the state to receive top rating for contralto voice in the i Tate High school music festival when she repress need the local High school where she is a member of the Junior class. Top rating also went to a mixed quartet from the High school made up of Mies Taylor miss Shirley Wel born Robert Andrews and Roy Thurman. Members of a i girls Trio which received a rat a lug of number two next to the j highest rating were miss Taylor misses Annie Louise Brown and Vitginia Butner. Mrs. Edgar Greensboro a building she in which she one specimen old Glass As Webb Early morning. Broadhurst of gave a talk on legend of old explained the Way had been collecting of every pattern of described in Ruth Leeds Well known Book on american pressed Glass. Spending j guest of i Rothrook mrs Moore is Roth Rock and miss Betty Jennings entertained at an informal dinner party at her i Home on Elliott drive Friday eve j Ning. A tempting three course meal was served at a Dainty table made doubly attractive by its Central arrangement of tulips and Narcissi. Covers were Laid for the follow i ing couples or. And mrs. Charles Leonard of Greensboro miss Theresa Hoover and Bill Goodson of Greensboro miss Jennings and Lester Myers. Mrs. M. Peacock and danish a Ter. Barbara will return sunday to j their Home in Martinsville va., after spending two weeks with mrs. Peacocks parents or. And mrs Belvin w. Stone. Charles fanes has returned to his Home Here after spending the past week in Washington i. Ile made the trip by motor and was accompanied by his parents or. And mrs. T s. Banes and his brother. Tom fanes All of Lexington. Doak Finch and Harry Brown Finch have returned to the City after a stay at Miami Beach Fla. Niece. A mrs. M. S. Hall by recuperating satisfactorily at the Burrus memorial Hospital where she in i Derwent a serious operation on i Friday. Mrs Hall who recently i moved to Winston Salem from j tills City entered the Hospital on j thursday and although Lier cond a lion is satisfactory will he unable to see visitors for several Days. Mrs. E. W. By Ane it of 4 Hamilton Street remains quite ill at the Bur Rue memorial Hospital which she entered thursday and underwent an operation on Friday morning. However her condition is regarded As slightly improved at this time. 4 a or and mrs. William w Al leu jr., of Woodbury n. J., j have arrived for a Short visit j with mrs. Rufus King and miss j Annabella King at their Home Here. Mrs. Allen will he remembered As Emma King be fore Hor recent marriage. 4 a a the condition of miss Helen j Davis who has been seriously i ill of Lier Home on Woodrow ave j nue for the past week is slight j by improved it a Learned late yesterday. 4� mrs. E. A. Hatcher jr., left Friday for Durham to visit her daughter Elizabeth a senior at j Duke University and to attend the Centennial Celebration now in Progress at the University. 4> social arts luncheon at t. R. Zimmerman Home thursday at one Mociock a luncheon meeting of the social arts club will be held on thursday afternoon at one of clock with mrs. T. R. Zimmerman at her Home on West tarries Avenue when mesdames Leland b. Nelson and a. B. Elam As associate hostesses. In in Liberty association w. M. U. Meeting to .i.,u2ru be held wednesday the annual meeting of the woman missionary Union of the Liberty Baptist association will he held with the Jersey Church wednesday april 26. The meeting opens at ten of clock. Visiting speakers Are miss Wilma Bury of the Home Mission Board. Atlanta and mrs. Edna r. Harris of the state w. M. U. Office Raleigh. And said that she had almost completed the legend. She stated there were Only two people in the United states known to have completed such a collection one a lady in Kansas City and Cue a professor of the University of Tennessee. In her travels into Many Stales mrs. Broadhurst has also tried to find specimen which Are typical of each states manufacturer. She illustrated her talk by displaying Many articles in her unusual collection. Mrs. Broadhurst traced the history of Glass making from the three earliest types of Glass Sandwich Wister Aud Ste Gal to the pattern Glass of the 184u o 1890 period and delineated the move nuts of the factories from East to West As the Supply of Sand and other materials became depleted. She said the ten Moat famous patterns of Glass As described by Ruth Webb Lee were As follows Bell Flower. Blackberry Horn of plenty. Daisy and Button wildflower lion Rose Aud Snow thousand Eye three face and Westward to. In closing mrs. Broadhurst said of one could not acquire Many pieces he should collect Only the Beautiful because seeking for and attaining Beauty was creating something spiritual within ones self. Out of town guests invited for the meeting were mrs. I. 8. P. Turner and Walters All it members present t. Amos mrs. E. Mrs. H. Davis Jackson mrs Harris mrs. Hay mrs. Louis Heilig mrs. Mrs. John b. Cross before her marriage on april m in Danville \ a., wan my Marguerite Mode daughter of or. And mrs. Ii. Mode of hold main Street. Formal announcement of the wedding is timing made today. Recital at school begins Jamestown commencement special to the Enterprise Jamestown april 22�?the commencement season of the Jamestown High school wars opened Friday evening with a music recital of senior pianists and vocalists. Seniors taking part under the direction of miss Geneva Morrison Yvere Doris Bundy. Martha Bundy Polly Bendon and Zelma Parnell assisted by Arthur Upshaw graduate of last year and the girls glee club. Other commencement features will be As follows Friday evening. April 28, annual recital presented by the music department wednesday. May 3. Senior class exercises Friday. May 5, the annual High school play a Lucky stars sunday morning at la of clock commencement Sermon by prof. A. R. Lovelace of High Point College. The commencement program will close with graduation Oxer-1 rises on monday evening. May 8. The address to the class will be Given by char1. Of. Carroll. Jr., of the High Point City schools. All evening programs will he at 8 o clock. Church soda Green Street t. E. E. Class meets ties Day the t. E. L. Class of the Green Street Baptist Church will meet monday evening at 7 30 o clock instead of tuesday with mrs. N. Royal at her Home 318 Mont lieu Avenue. Members Are asked to take note of the change in time of meeting it was announced yesterday. Lie aft $ Lebanon go i sponsors program monday night a varied program of music and readings climaxed with the showing of pictures by Mies Mae Kirkman of her trip abroad will be presented in the Lebanon Church hut on monday evening at eight of clock. The members of the Church Are urged to be present and the Public most cordially invited. 41 Welch memorial m. P. Intermediates to meet the intermediate Christian Endeavor society of Welch memorial Church High Point will hold their regular meeting at the Church this afternoon at 4 45 of clock it was announced last night. Ray Wood and Carl Simpson will be in charge of the meeting. Main Street Quot auxiliary meeting monday night the general meeting of the woman a missionary auxiliary of main Street m. E. Church win meet monday evening at 7 30 in the j. A. Clinard classroom. Members Are asked to be in attendance at this time. Greensboro College publications elect officers for year vv.nnvwyvvaww.v.w.v.nwanw.v.vnv0w.\w.nn a a a a a a a a a a a a announcement made of Wren Allgood marriage in Raleigh Greensboro. April 22.�? Greensboro College students recently elected the editors and business managers of their three publications. The offices will he held by the following editor of the the year Book. Mias Rebekah Fulghum of Kenly business manager the a Echo a miss Kathryn Marley Siler City editor in chief of the the bimonthly newspaper miss Janet Thomas Rocky mount business manager of the miss Mabel Seymour Sanford editor of the miss Rebecca Doub of Aberdeen business manager of the miss Carolyn Smith of Goldsboro. All these students Are members of the Junior Clas with the exception of miss Smith who is a Sophomore. or of q go hostess to entre Nous Peebles mrs. Mrs. D. A. Greensboro. Were mrs. R. Ii. Blackard mrs. W. L. Atte j. Worth h. T. Hudson. Miss Pearl idol mrs. W. Idol mrs. George Lowe mrs. Perry Lovelace mrs. B. Mattox miss Mary Mun Yau. Mrs. Rupert Pickens mrs. John Pickett mrs. W. A Ragsdale mrs. Roy Spearman and mrs. John Walker. Mrs. Perry Lovelace presided Over the meeting. Mrs. Rupert Pickens the program chairman introduced the speaker of the morning. Saw monday and tuesday any 2 Plain garments dry cleaned and pressed Cash and carry sunny South cleaners ii West Washington Street of interest to friends will he the announcement of the marriage of mrs. Hallie Thomas Wrenn and Elmer Coles Allgood on april 8 in Raleigh which was solemnized at the hone of the Rev. Percy Bloxam pastor of the Church of that City the vows were spoken in the presence of a few friends Ami the ring ceremony was used. The Bride was attired in Navy Blue and White with Matching accessories and at her shoulder she wore a Corsage of Gardenias showered with Valley lilies. Mrs. Allgood is the daughter of or. And mrs. R. L. Thomas of mount airy and has made her Home in High Point for several years being connected with the North state Telephone company. Or. Allgood is the son of or w. H. Allgood and the late mrs. Alice Allgood of Salisbury. He is employed by the Alders Cincer Ellet shop of Raleigh. And Korosis clubs Friday mrs. Fred n. Tate will entertain members of the Korosis club and the entre Nous club at a joint meeting at her Home in to an announcement made yester Emerywood this week according Day. The meeting will take place on Friday afternoon at three o clock. This is the regular Date of meeting for the Korosis members while the entre Nous club members Are asked to take note in the change in Date from thursday the customary Day of meeting to Friday afternoon. I announcement i David w. Porges noted beautician from new York will be added to the personnel of the Emerywood Beauty shop. He will specialize in hair dressing cutting and dying. For appointment Call 3623. Aiu Aubac mrs. A. Ring hostess i pharmaceutical auxiliary at meeting monday night mrs. A. Ring will be hostess to a meeting of the woman a auxiliary of the pharmaceutical association at her Home 1011 North main Street monday evening and the wives of All druggists drug clerks and drug salesmen Are asked to be i attend Ance. The meeting will get underway at 7 30 of clock in the evening and will feature a discussion of plans for the entertainment of visiting women in the City for the state pharmaceutical meeting in May. A miss Bobbie Paige made Asheville dance sponsor miss Bobbie Paige has been selected by the Asheville dem Day chapter As chief sponsor for their annual dance which will be held next week in that City according to an announcement made today. Miss Paige daughter of the late or. And mrs. E. Paige of Asheville is now a resident of High Point and a student at High Point College. A Priscilla club meeting Friday with mrs. Hayes the members o the Priscilla club will meet with mrs. H. W. Hayes at her Home on route two this week. The Date of the meeting will be Friday afternoon at three o clock As usual according to an announcement made yesterday. 4> announce birth of a daughter or and mrs. F. E. Kennedy of High Point route one announce the birth of a daughter Hazel Jane on april 20 at their Home. The Jamestown Patent teacher association will hold its regular meeting on thursday evening. At this time there will he installation of the officers for next year and mrs. B l. Richardton will give a report from the proceedings of the stat meeting recently held in Raleigh. The following feature of the program will to a concert by the Guilford county unit of the a Mother singers a which is directed by miss Grace Dyke Moore of woman a College Greensboro. Mrs. P. Futrell president of the association has railed a meeting of the executive Hoard monday. April 24, at four of clock to be held at the school building. This is to be a business session and the chairman of the different committee s will be expected to give a report of the years work. Mrs. To l. Richardson. Mrs. Mittie Wilson and mrs. E. D. Moore attended the state . A. Convention in Raleigh Widnes Dav. Thursday and Friday. Or. And mrs. N. P. Alexander and or. And mrs. P. Cd Futrell and Jack attended the play Given at summer school Friday night. The Public in invited next wednesday at one of clock to attend a one act fashion operetta. A the nifty shop a which is being presented by miss Farlow a ninth Grade Home economic girls. The cast of characters Are Fleta Richardson proprietor of the shop Ruby Briggs Martha Spencer and Nancy Benson shoppers in search of the latest gowns and a chorus of 35 girls. U. D. To meet with mrs. Bass the april fleeting of the High Point chapter. United daughters of the confederacy will be held with mrs. La. Bass at her Home 201 Lindsay Street monday afternoon at three thirty of clock. The program will be presented by mrs. A. T. Wishart historian of the chapter and will feature fat to concerning three cities Vicksburg. Miss., Mobile Al and Galveston Texas three important Southern ports. Or. Russell to be baccalaureate speaker at g. Greensboro. April 22-dr. Elbert Russell Dean of the school of religion Duke University will be the baccalaureate speaker for Greensboro colleges Quot commencement exercises sunday May 28. According to an announcement Niada recently by or i Uther l. Gohebel president of Greensboro College. The baccalaureate service will he held Ai 11 00 at West Market Street methodist Church Greensboro n. Or. Russell is widely known As a speaker author and educator. He will he one of the principal speakers at the Institute of International relations to be held at Chapel Hill. He is a member of the society of biblical literature and exegesis american Orient society and was a Delegate of the five years meeting of friends to the Edenburg Church conference in 1937. Proof i walked out on a Hill today and looked upon a Garden Gay a Garden drenched in april blooms loveliness for every room. Daffodils so Gay and bold tulips red and tulips Gold. Violets nodding shy and Sweet Small Crocus scattered at my feet. I think god gives us Flowers to assure us of this love. And to prove to unbelievers that he is still above. April 1939. Gertrude Page. Double trouble Murphy marked his car entered police court and paid a #15 Fine for speeding. Wien he returned he found a parking ticket. Recent Bride before Lier marriage in Danville a on april Smi Ker ninth Russell Rich pictured above was i Edith Bernice do Ken daughter of or. Cornelia Birken mid the late John Birken of this City. Miss Edith Dickens and Kermith r. Rich wed in Danville solemnized by Rev. M. T. Sorrell of the Christian Church in Danville saturday april 8, was the marriage of miss Edith Bernice Dickens and Kermith Russell Rich both of this City the ring ceremony was witnessed by the grooms brother Wesley Rich mrs. Wesley Rich and mrs. Charles Campbell. Mrs. Rich the youngest daughter of mrs. Cornelia Dickens and the late John Dickens wore a suit of beige with red Fox fur trim and Matching accessories. Her it Orsage was of Pink rosebuds and Valley lilies. After a Short wedding trip the couple will he at Home with the grooms parents at 511 Cross Street. Vee miss Mendenhall Speaks to live y ers club Here miss Frances Mendenhall instructor of Home economics St the local High school addressed Rte live vers huh of the y. W. C a at their supper meeting thursday evening. She spoke on the subject a personal appearance and stressed the importance of clean Lily neatness simplicity in dress and Choice of becoming styles is requisites to in attractive appearance. She then gave ratings As to Quality for Price of various popular cosmetics As listed by the consumer a Union. After a Short business session the meeting was adjourned. Miss Ellen Jensen presented the speaker to the 20 members present. Davis Hinshaw vows announced in Randleman Randleman. April 22. A special a miss nettle Yvonnie Davis of Greensboro and Jess re Hinshaw of Randleman were United in marriage saturday april 8 in a private service at the Home of the brides sister mrs c. T. Rice on Walker Avenue Extension. Rev. W. B. Lefler pastor of i. Pisgah methodist Church heard the vows at 6 of clock in the presence of about 20 members of the immediate family. The Bride w Ore a two piece Navy dress trimmed in Pale Pink. Her accessories were Navy and her shoulder Corsage of Pink roses and Valley lilies. After the ceremony mrs. Rick entertained the w Eddings guests t an informal Buffet supper. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. W. M. Davis Greensboro route two. Or. Hinshaw a the son of chief and mrs. A Hinshaw of Randleman. The Young couple will make their Home in Liberty. Thomasville Man celebrates 80th birthday at party birthday Celebration was Given at the Home of or. And or. W. Burton of Thomasville sunday by the children and their families in Honor of or. Burton a 80th birthday. A Pink and Green color scheme was carried out entered around a Large birthday cake. Dinner was served at one of clock. Present were or. And mrs. W. Burton six children. Mrs. James Hedgecock c. H. Burton l. Burton mrs. Joe r. Frazier mrs. John c. Brown and miss Martha Burton of Charlotte n. Ten grandchildren misses Alviha Pauline and Lorraine Hedgecock. Virginia and Mary Burton Carrie Leigh and Crissie Jane Brown. Joanna Frazier mrs. Leonard scarce and Charles Burton four great grandchildren and mrs. Walter Burton of High Point. Mrs. H. Burton mrs. L. Burton. Messes. James Hedgecock Joe Frazier John c. Brown and Leonard scarce. The following were Honor j guests Rev. And mrs. T. B. Johnson misses Mae and Bain John son Rev. And mrs. Vav. It. Jenkins it a a Little riot in Vito i a f v j it i. Monday an d tuesday in Steak Sale Western sirloin and Tbone Steak buy one Pound at the regular Price pay in More and get 2 pounds one Pound.35c 2nd Pound. In. 36c Black Pepper one Pound.25c 2nd Pound. In total.26c United Market 206 North main St. Phone 2900 \ fresh fish and meats

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