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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 28, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Page four Sec. Tue High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center a of a High Point. North Carolina sunday april 28. 1910 Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4568 add Octal and dial cd tii cities hours 8 30 to 12 noon saturdays 8 30 a m. To 6 . Greensboro College Progress discussed at meeting of local alumnae chapter to wed local Man a Greensboro College yesterday mid today a was the theme of a program presented at the Home of mrs. Everett Marsh on Johnson a Street Friday afternoon when members of the local chapter of Greensboro College alumnae held a meeting. Mesdames a. B. Hall and Roy Spearman were associate hostesses. Mrs. Spearman chapter president presided Over the business session during which the following were appointed to serve on a nominating Comini tee mesdames a. Bivins v. La Sale. Or. And t a. Tilden. Mrs. Spearman also introduced the various numbers on the program with a few lines of original poetry. Mrs. W. A. Bivins described Quot Greensboro College of yesterday Quot and miss Deppe Barker state federation of women s clubs to open meeting in Greensboro wednesday spoke on Quot Greensboro College of today Quot to show the great Progress which has been made on the Campus of the methodist College for women. The musical portion of the program included a piano Solo Quot Spring song Quot Mendelssohn. By mrs. W. B. Hall and three Greensboro College songs two Sung by mrs. It. T. Amos one by mrs j. W. Lindsay. Ices and cakes with nuts and mints were later served to one visitor mrs. J. K. A Woolsey and the following chapter members mesdames Xiv b. Hall. Roy Spearman. By. F. Bailey Bruce can a j Way. Vav. It. Morrow. It. T. Amos j a. Bivins. J. F. Hayden died by Acock. E. It Lyon v. D. Sale or. Minnie Vail . L. Watson j j. Vav. Lindsay. P. Vav Flagge Lucy j veal Voliva Aud miss Deppe Barker. Miss Isabel Boyles Bride elect honoured at Thomasville Bridge clubs entertained Thomasville april special complimentary to my Isabel Boyles whose marriage to Roy Bernard Harris of High Point will be an event of the Early summer misses Isabel Monson and Ruth Thomason entertained this morning with a breakfast Bridge at the Home of mrs. J. E. Hobgood on Fisher ferry Street. Guests were invited for�10 a. In. And were served a tempting meal three tables of Bridge later being in play in the living room. Attractive prizes were presented to the High and second High scorers at the conclusion of play and the hostesses gift to the honoree was a compote in her wedding pattern of Crystal. To miss Mary Johnson Lambeth also a Bride elect of the Early summer when she will wed Winfield Blackwell jr., of Winston Salem misses Mouton and Thomason presented a Crystal bowl. Making up the guest list worlds fair roses Tufik yowl Yco Ide s. The John Ruth Fanny Douglas Crutchfield. Charles Finch. Alva la Boyles. John Crowell la Curlice and Larry Poole. In addition to miss Boyle honoree were misses Mary son Lambeth Nancy Kyser Martin Acnes Herndon Glenn elder Aud mesdames Arhat Tad pm a a urn vow la i la a cml old a Louth Cut revel him rom my at not and need not a Iii. Tor be he be All the Reri Mev return in a Parade o modern Rove. The spectacular i a p Rove Garden at imn a l Ark world pair where noir in Mon worthy have been included. The Abote Rove hate Bren kept in air conditioned storage and Arr perfectly dormant. We Aho have an Alaor Treut of color to Stork at my each. The Hill Nursery High Poist it fourth Street phone 41371 members of the Phi Beta a Luh enjoyed a delightful meeting at i the Home of mrs. Carlton h. New a by on West main Street Friday afternoon when the hostess pc a seated the program which was j based on Marjorie Finnan raw j Lings. Pulitzer prize Winner. Mrs. Newby told interesting facts concerning the life of this i famous novelist and of her Nook. Quot the yearling a with which she j won the pulitzer prize in 19.19 i which she reviewed briefly. She also mentioned other outstanding j books of this author to make a Well rounded and entertaining j program. Miss Mamie Harris president resided Over the meeting and the usual Exchange of club books took place. The hostess was assisted by s her daughters. Miss. Jennie Reid and Bessie Newby in serving re i freshmen in two courses follow i lug the program guests were seated at Small tables in the lev j fug room where Narcissus tulips and nasturtiums predominated in j the Floral Motif. Members present were Mes-1 j Dames Ralph Wilson. Harry Lee j Lambeth. Robert Lambeth George Finch. Charles Lambeth. D. A. Long e my Cates Aud guests included mesdames Lee f. Tuttle. Samuel Wiley and 7. V. Crutchfield. Wjk Ujj j. Margaret announcement of Hie engagement of Mia. Margaret Alme Ward above of Tryon to Woodrow Craig Furr of High Point anti Marion va., was announced this week by Ber parents or. And mrs. W. Wart of Tryon the wedding to take place on Lune h. Tile bridegroom elect i the son of or. And or. Grover c. Fun of High Point. Lambeth Alice Lambeth Betty Long. And Martha Elizabeth and Virginia and guests were mrs. Nat Rev. And mrs. P. H. Carpenter. E. Parker to r or. And mrs. John it. Myers had As their luncheon guests Friday a. La. Carpenter of Greenville s. C., father of r b Carpenter of this City and Rev. Ant Parker of this City. A luncheon was served a i Tive table featuring a ter piece red Narcissi to p. K. J stir course in aural i Floral Cento lips Blue Irlis and Arry out Tim Patrio , sey of new York. The wedding is Phillips to take place this evening. Walker or. Mid mrs. Bertram Heath Vwalker j Cote Are spending the week end and in Danville with or. Atelj i mrs. A. F. Gibson. Mrs. In in Williamson and j son Ben of mount airy Are i spending the week end Here with i mrs. Molly in do on Myers Street. Miss Estelle Hilliard of Wash int ii d. 1 the fed re of the John l. W eel t. Ii i of i a end w hit liar s it tas be h is lie pending Mother homr til Motif. Tho = la a Dine out on sunday special luncheon 12 to 2 30 i 65c f hot Waffle supper from 55c 6 to 9 p. M. I Sheraton hotel Grill a noted for Good food full course dinners = from 85c n =1 111 i 1111111111 ii 1111 to i ii 11111 i ii 11111 ii 111 i 11 n the children of the american revolution chapter met Friday j afternoon with the senior president and organizer mrs. John k. Myers on the Lexington Road when six Mem Bern and several additional Guesta were present. Molly Lambeth Junior president presided and Martha Phillips read an article on Why our forefathers came to America and a use of the revolutionary c. In Carpenter and Rev. Zzz p. E. Parker guests for the after-5 noon. Each then �5 tin same subject s were invited into the dining room Zzz for refresh Media. Is members present were Molly or. Waiter Newby was gracious hostess on Friday morning i at her new suburban Home to the sans Souci club at her Lovely Home on Randolph Street eaten Sion. Two tables of Bridge were in play in the living room where tulips and Iris furnished a colourful setting. Mrs. Fred Gray was win Ner of the club prize a Novelty j wastepaper Basket and mrs. W. E. Tomlinson who excelled among the visitors received handkerchiefs. A two course luncheon was then served to mesdames f. Gray j Harry Lee Lambeth. Ralph Wilson Paul Massier. Frank Murr g e. Crowell o. R. Lodgin and e. Tomlinson. Seet during daughter mrs. J. R or. Blair at thei Salem week. Miss Annie Point College week end with anti mrs. \ m ferry Street. At High Point College mrs. Vernon Snyder de with an informal t Home Here wednesday to Honor mrs. O. D. Of Horn of How Al is spending her parents Howell on f she is enc Burbank s. Green. After Lind calif., guest of gentler and e on past High the or. Lher Idem talk her noon it rom mrs. S Kik the the Din in briefly on roup then or. And or or. And mrs. Friday for w where they Are end w till miss d. G. By m l Ashl Nifton spending it Evelyn i. Lyl Bali learn Stu i ool. Or. And mrs. B. Ritchie announce the marriage of their daughter. Margaret Louise to Shirley Charles Tysinger on sunday april la 19 40 the vows were solemnized at Irvington at the residence of Rev Odell Luanda Light Olin a Litchi gloom i and Monington. I s v i n t he c. To special permanent wave $1.50 up Finger wave.50c manicuring. 50c Deviney Eldridge Reech operators Lucille Beauty Shoppe 103 a Rurik timid Long a first floor phone Dis it at icing Smith studio mrs. Vav. To. Smith. Mrs Waite Kapp. Mrs j. F. Garner and mrs j. F. Kirkman of Lexington have j retin used to their Homes Here after spending several Days at Charles Laura Wesson u. D. To or. Air a boy. And called meet later c. F. Finch returned thursday night from Atlanta ga., where they spent the vast week attending the opera season. Mias Della Mae Trotter of Guilford College is spending the weekend with mrs. Douglas Crutchfield miss Ella Dorset left today for Charlotte to attend the wedding of miss Frances Ann Cannon daughter of or. And mrs. M. L. Cannon of that City to John her of f or. Lex join other s meeting last Call for Spring Coats final reductions Here u your Opportunity to buy a coat for the Cool Days Well still have one group one group Coats some formerly As High As $24.95, including a few of the famous Printess make. Printess Coats were $35.00 and $32.50 $10.95 $17.50 dresses selected from our new Spring Stock. $9.95 some were formerly $18.95 50 hats these hats sold As High As $5.95, $1.00. Visit our accessory department cd la Dies shop i no. Next to Center theatre a a a a let store your fur Coats the a Uttira Wesson chapter United daughters of the confederacy. Will hold an important called meeting monday afternoon at 2 45 at the Home of or. J. E. 1 Kirkman on East Washington Street. A member Are urged by i the president mrs Albert a Snyder. To be present at this Tim. This meeting will precede that of the High Point chapter senior it. D. Organization Here which is being held at the Home of mrs. J. F. Hayden near the Kirkman residence and members will go in a body to that meeting where they will he guests. Ity is s Iden executive Secretary Xci xxx of the thirty eighth annual session of the North Carolina state federation of woman a clubs will lie held in Greensboro May 1-3. With Headquarters at the King Cotton hotel and will lie preceded on tuesday and wednesday by the annual meeting of the Junior clubs. Mrs. John d. Robinson of Wallace is president of the state federation and will preside at the business sessions and mrs. Charles Pearce of Charlotte is president of the juniors and will preside at the meetings of the juniors. A a Large attendance of women from clubs All Over the state is expected. The past year the federation had a membership of 268 clubs with a membership of 9,748 and the juniors 7 6 clubs with a membership of 2,311 members. A Good Many new clubs and members have been added during the year. Since this is the Golden Jubilee year the convention programs will airy out the Jubilee idea. It j has More information contained j in it than usual and extra ones have been printed in order that tile club women May be Able to obtain More than one program if desired to Send to club women in other cities and states. Of course every Delegate will receive one when she registers a special program committee will take charge of them. The subscription list of the club woman official Organ of the federation is growing larger every i month and Opportunity will be Given for those who desire to subscribe to get on the list at the convention. There will be a special Headquarters table with the various publications of Era Tiona on display. The outstanding speak convention will be mrs. Whitehurst first vice president of j the general federation of woman a clubs who will lie the ban i Quet speaker on the closing right of the convention May 3, at the j King Cotton hotel Paul v. Mcnutt. Federal social Security administrator. Who will be the speaker on the opening night May i. At the North Carolina College tor women to he followed by the annual opening reception mrs. T. V. Moore of Miami safety hair a Man of the general federation. I who Speaks on Friday morning and Hugh Clegg of the Bureau of investigation before the juniors on night. In addition to these out of state speakers there will be an unusual number from the state on the program. Headed by governor Hoey who introduces or. Mcnutt the opening night attorney general Harry Mcmullan who introduces or. Clegg at the meeting of the juniors tuesday night mrs. Lindsay Patterson mrs. W. T. Host. Mrs. J. H. Highsmith and miss Harriett Elliott who speak on matters of state interest to women. All of these addresses will be broadcast adding interest and pleasure to the Contention Are the social of Quot air and the program is full of these events. Following the fir of Hie executive Board Day at to o clock at the s club building there will he a luncheon at i of clock for the executive Hoard. Following the opening meeting on wednesday night there will he a general reception for the federation members and their guests. On thursday afternoon at 4 of clock there will he a reception at the Home of mrs. J. E. Latham on Friday afternoon a reception at the Jefferaon country club Given by the i. A. R. And u. D. Organizations and that night at the King Cotton the closing banquet. On tuesday afternoon following their cab Cutie Board meeting. Tea at the Greensboro woman a club and on wednesday at i o clock at the King Cotton a luncheon will he Given for them and at 6 o clock a dinner for pages will be Given by the Greensboro Junior woman a club. On wednesday afternoon at 5 45 there will he a dinner for past presidents at the hotel and one for departmental chairmen at the Federal speaker tuesday same time at the hotel. Mrs. Robinson president of the federation requests that the delegates come to the convention instructed As to How much they wish to pledge to the Bailie Southall a often loan fund club women who have collies of the March and april numbers of the club woman official Organ of the federation that they Are willing to pass on to other club women who failed to get these numbers Are asked to either Send them to c. Xiv Phillips. N. College for women Greensboro who mails out these magazines or bring them to the convention. The keynote of the Observance of National music week this year May 5-12, is Quot support group a i music week is a City 1 county state and nation-wide1 Celebration in Honor of music. It j is a seven Day drive by the friends i of music to make More widespread its enjoyment by the general pub j lie and to extend the recognition of its value As an individual and a Community asset. Mrs. W. D. Barbe of Seaboard is chairman of National music week and she urges that special musical programs and interpretation he arranged in Homes schools Chun hrs theatres and other centers and that the ministry and social services of this great Ait he App related and fostered As never before in our state. Club women having cups won in past contests in their Possession. That have not. Been returned to the federation Are asked to Send them at once to mrs. It. L. Blanchard. 411 Linden Road. Greensboro. They Are needed to award to other winners this year. Following the state convention North Carolina club women Many of them will turn their faces toward Milwaukee and the Council meeting of the general federation May 20-25. Thirty seven state federations Are holding their conventions this Spring. This being the year for the election of a president of the United states the forum to be held on May 21 for a discussion of the issues of 19 40 by persons High in the councils of the political parties will lie an event of importance at the Council. Immediately following the Connell meeting the federation will conduit a Good neighbor tour to South America sailing from new York on May 31. A 52 Day trip mrs. Dunbar federation president Wil go on the trip which will be in charge of mrs Frederic Beggs chairman of International relations. A Recti Lye monday april 29, 8 30 p. M. By iils i Lilly South Hamilton Street Arena High Point n. Promoter Sergt. L. Mcmahon Elwood hotel phone 3347 main event purple Flash is. Tom Mahoney unmasked 2 out of 3�?�0 min. Semi final wrestling Bear is. Jack Hader a Ginger Quot 330 la. Johnny Marrs one fall to finish no time limit opening is. Chief Chenchik ringside tickets on Sale at Sheraton and Elwood hotels we especially Cater to ladies sew lies. For coloured fans tickets St i. Ion 7,yr�?�?,n, Vij a a Quot to buy your 1940 refrigerator / / a h a a i Philo Maftean club meeting Friday with mrs. S. H. Tomlinson the Philo Mathern club will be entertained by mrs 8. H. Tomlinson at her Home Quot Zoralyn Hurst in Emerywood Friday afternoon at three thirty of clock. This will be the clubs biweekly meeting Aud the program will be in charge of mrs. Albion Millis. A Al Yin Ator go i Sou full a a a cubic foot capacity. Quality backed by America oldest maker of electric refrigerator. And Price that Are just a to a iou might Pav elsewhere for an out of Date last year s Model. Look at the features you get to the Beautiful level Viator illustrated. Cold storage tray automatic Light. A ice �uhcs�?9 lbs. 2 extra fast freezing shelves. The Polar sphere sealed unit thai uses current less than 20 a of the time and has sufficient capacity to keep 5 refrigerators cold under average household conditions. ,. And Many other conveniences. Come see the Complete line of great new 6 and 8 cubic foot Kelvin a tort you can save $ 40 to $60 compared to last year. Ask for your free copy of the 1940 refrigerator guide. Ami sad Best Issei lira. Big o-6 i cubic foot 1940 Model Kelvin tor $114-75 deliver and in year Kitchen with 5 year Protection plan. No w i w daughter Bdrm Lolff la til Elk or. And or. T. I route three a autumn of a daughter pegs their Home on april . Or the to i Kivi been Sti Jeet phone 2h7� ill that Church social h Xia in Kidd group to i est thursday the halide Kidd missionary society will meet thursday at 7 30 p. In at the Home of or. J. G. Samuel. 1207 Vernon Street f to i vary i. Ass to i get to Siux y night the Molly Phipps Philathea finns of Calvary methodist Church will meet tuesday night at 7 of clock in the Church basement. With mrs. Tom Batea. Mrs a. Xxx. Kearns mrs Carl Lodgin. And or. Leslie Harris As hostesses. Members Are urged to attend As the membership connect closes. Greensboro College society Heads save time sit my it a if 7. Mls Ruth Slocomb of Goldsboro left Anil Bliss by Nee Reeves Mccoll of Albemarle t ight members of the rising senior Cia it a of Greensboro College hate been elected presidents of the two College Oriel irs. Xii is Iran lib is president of the Emerson society and miss Mel a Oil is president of the to Ting 1 Sui leu j phone your friends for Quick personal visits when you Haven to the time to go out the Telephone offers a a just As Good substitute. It More than pays for itself in convenience. The Cost is surprisingly Low. Let us give you full details. Nothing gives so much for so Little North state Telephone co

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