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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 28, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Sunday \pri1 28. 1940the Hatch poem Enterprise a a Mon Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page five Sec. I Madeline Hoover editor 45m social and dial hours 8 30 a in to 12 noon saturdays 8 30 a m. To 8 . May festival at High Point College saturday combines Beauty mystery Junior High May Queen attendant life a intoxicants youth Beauty nature and mystery have been combined into a harmonious formula for the traditional May Day festival at High Point collage to be presented saturday May 4, at 4 p. In. On the College Campus. Director of the colourful event is miss Gertrude St Fickler local physical education instructor and supervisor of the past year s out a Hihi tinn a Landing performance. Sponsor of the pageant which is Given each Spring is the institutions student a a Malaguena sections by Dee Metger talented pianist from Frostburg. Maryland an accomplished research in acrobatic poses featuring lean Maxwell Charlotte Varner. Florence Elkins Grace Mckaughan Catherine Ellison. Nina Whitaker and Tommy Kinaszczuk a tales from Vienna College hand a orchids of a skilful sex by six girls Charlotte Vainer. Harriett Berry Catherine Ellison Maurice Davis. Grate Mckaughan. And Anna Lee Ellison government now under the Ead Jan j the recessional by the College Reship of Rob Johnson of Denton president of the student body for 1939-40. The program begins with a scenes from the a harass but the College band a distinctive fac a tor in the exercises and following the processional proceeds with a a Beautiful a sextet j composed of Charlotte Vainer. Jean Maxwell. Catherina Ryan. Maurice Davis. Nina Whitaker. Aud soloist Elma Parnell from High Point Harriet Berry s a pastorale Quot a dramatic Solo dance number a twirling constellations by Russel Hughes hand major and adept Manipula tor of the Baton a interpretative variations by Atherine Ellison. Florence Elkins. Jean Maxwell Nina Whitaker Anna Lee rih a a on. Catherine a it an and Grace j Mckaughan Quot Echo Cor a net Trio by Francis Stalnaker. I Eugene Connelly and Baxter Slaughter a musings of Apollo a an exhibition of physical finest and coordination by Jean Maxwell and Tommy Kuna Sciuk band. The Queens Ideo Ity is shrouded in mystery. Even the three j senior girl contestants for the Crown Verel Ward of Liberty. Edith Vance of High Point and Rebecca Cole of Haw Riei a done to know which has won the coveted Honor. Only when the three appear for the exercises and Bob Johnson student body president. Crowns one of them Queen will be revealed which of the three got the greatest number of votes in the secret student poll based upon Beauty popularity and Best All around. The minority contestants will be the Queen s maids of Honor. Class attendants to her majesty Strain Are Helen Crowder and Alice Chandler juniors of High Point Virginia Hunt of Gretna. Va., and Josephine Tomlinson of High Point sophomores and j Katherine Allen freshman also of High Point. Pages and other attendants will Complete the court. Olin Blit kens Derfer directs the glorifying yourself a amp of Tomsin Correct clothes Are a big help to the Little woman a Pride of Young folks takes some funny twists by \ i Cix it Ort Nea service staff writer Ellen Ballon Petite Canadian pianist insists that the very Short woman never should Wear fussy frilly clothes a anyone under five feet Fostir needs to maintain the effect of a Long sweeping line front head to miss Ballon explains. She is just five feet tall a too much trimming makes a Little person seem even Shorter or worse yet quite Over dressed. A cite clothes Lack dig mtg a furthermore the Little woman a lollies ought to he dignified. After Nile is Twenty five so called cute togs Are no More becoming to her than they Are to a tall woman. Regardless of height Only the very Young can aet away with Coy cute girlish effects. A mature person is most flattered by mature clothes a among miss Ballon a list of Quot done to Quot for women five feet four and under ate Don t Wear huge hats with wide brims. Quot give you a chop Ped off done to go in for too Many horizontal lines. Quot they Cut the lines of the figure and make you seem Shorter and broader a done to Combine too Many colors in one costume. Quot remember that you Are too Small a Pallette to be Able to stand being covered with More than two shades at a beware too Man Rev dec x t hers a a done to have More than one focal Point of interest in your costume. A Wear a startling hat with an otherwise simple outfit or a conservative hat and Eye catching gloves but done to Wear both hat and gloves that Are attention getting Quot Don t Wear accessories which Are out of proportion to your size. A enormous hags too Hulk gloves and shoes great Hunky jewelry or even big. Splashy corsages certainly Are not for the Little by Rith Millet Hope rider Nichols who is suing her husband for divorce in new York was emphatic about the fact that she did no to want any Alimony. Her Pride was at stake. But her father who claims that he must support her if her husband does no to asked that she be granted Alimony. And that brings up a funny quirk in human nature sons and daughters whose Pride is very Strong when it comes to dealing with their husbands or wives seem to have none at All when dealing with their parents. A daughter who Bas a tight with her husband packs a suitcase and walks out. Her Pride won t let her slav another hour under his roof. Felting with their life that it embarrassing to them to have explain Why she is Home. Or Evet that feeding her May be a Bard ship on them its x Stix Nguk thi Ngy Pride and a Young Man whose Prid is so Strong he wont hear of i wife s working will let his Parent use their savings to launch a be scheme of his. Hell even let then do it. A second time if the vent in fails. Also a married daughter we dream of asking he husband to help support her Par Ems during bad times would no hesitate any time at All Over Mot ing herself and her husband it hag and baggage with the of folks if her husband lost his Job hut she will go straight Home and there was no Money wit to mama and papa and stay As Long a it is convenient to her. It does no to matter that she is inter which to pay the rent. Yes Pride in Young a very strange thing. People i hot water Light Heater shovel Coal climb stairs k with a utom Flatic water Heater you have an abundant Supply of hot water at the turn of a faucet and it always at the temperature you desire Day and night. A tiny flame permanently relieves you of Heater lighting. Coal shovelling Stair climbing and the Many other disadvantages of obsolete methods of water heating. Duke Power company office hours i Jio a i. To 5 p. I. 23 Holth main Street phone a 2700 xxx Lien spin of homely Ino Junior High school students present a May Hwy festival St the City Luke on saturday Al Nido ., Sara of i insurer and Lime Okerree will he the principal figures. For miss Hunt Ucker was elected several weeks a go by student ballot to reign As Queen Over the festival which will portray a theme of Plantation a its and miss Okerree runner up Iii the balloting will he her maid of Honor. In Case of rain the performance will lie positioned to a later photo by Doda Mead s band and Dee Metger is pianist. The Campus setting for the festival will be augmented by Venery supplied by a corps of workers headed by Lawrence Byrum and properties Are in charge of Albert j Earle. Costumes for the event were designed by the dancers and j programs were prepared by fran Cis Hal maker. Too i Jamestown Book i club entertained elects new slate special to the Jamestown. April 27. The modern Book club met Weinra a Day evening Ai the Gibson club a rooms with the president mrs. K. J s. Armfield in the chair. During the musings session re ports were made by mrs. H n j Willard chairman of the Book committee and by the treasurer i j or. In Hay wort h the new i officers elected for the ensuing year were a follow president mrs. \ e. Frazier vice president miss Elizabeth Hamler Secretary miss Natalie Hicks Treasur-1 or. Mrs. \ xxx Ponton Tho program chairman then in j trod need mins Ruth Goodman of High Point High school who pie seated Siv of her students in a one act play. A dinner for by request mis Goodman read o. A henrys a whirligig of of or. Fannie Reynolds. Mrs. Swanson and mrs. Ray had a All a Tea wednesday afternoon i i from 4 of clock until 5 o clock at the Home of or. Swanson. This Tea was held for the Benefit of j the James Tow n Parent Teai her association. A the Jamestown Parent teacher association held its last meeting a of the school year thursday eve i Ning with mrs h. L. Richardson presiding Vav a White. Or. Introduced the Pat eat Tea Char chorus who Sang several selection j accompanied by miss Geneva mor-1 i Ison. The business session was annual reports from the chairmen of All i committees. Mrs. M. L Holton j of t non Hill mrs. Mittie Wii son. And mrs. Macy hoi urn gave very interesting reports on the state Congress of parents a i teachers that was held recently in High Point. This was followed by the installation of the new officers. A three marriages announced to Randleman friends i r Andi pm xxx. April 27spacial or. And mrs. J. L Short announce the marriage of their daughter. Loviecia Frances to Thomas Earl a by ton on april 20. At the Home of or and mrs n c. Hyder. Rev. T it Biles of High Point former pastor of the local first by pit get Church heard the vows before a group of close friends Aud relatives. The ring ceremony was used. Tile Bride was attired in a Navy Blue Chiffon dress with White . Her Corsage a of Talisman roses showered with Valley lilies. Or. A Aton is Tim son of or the Commonwealth hosiery Mill. After a Short wedding trip the prominent Young couple will lie at Home to their friends on Naomi St reef. The marriage of miss Pauline i Robertson and Sidney Timis of Brooklyn n. Y., was solemnized tuesday. April 23. In Charlottesville. A. Or. D. D. Holt heard the vows. The Bride who is a sister of i mrs. Paul Dean. Of 200 5 Spring Garden Street. Greensboro wore a Navy Blue ensemble White accessories and a Corsage of Gardenias and Sweet peas or. And mrs. Tim Are now on a wedding trip to new York City. Tile Bride daughter of Edgar e. Robertson of Union Grove and the late Lovie mule Robertson was graduated from Union Grove High school and from Mae s school of Beauty culture North i Wilkesboro. For five years she i has been owner of the Polly an Beauty shop in Randleman or Timis. Son of or. Aud mrs. J Theodore Tirol of Brooklyn is j associated with the child restaurants in new York City a my c. H. Russell of Randleman announces the marriage of his daughter Dorothy Nancy to Clarence Clinton Linthicum. Saturday. I april 6. In Chesterfield s. C. The vows were spoken before Rev j i Vav. Con nor. The Bride a Lovely Brunette was attired in a Light Blue dress with Navy accessories. Or. Linthicum is the son of or. And mrs Lewis Linthicum of Randleman and is employed at the common wealth hosiery Mill. The Young couple Are temporarily making their Home with the Bride s father. A a a class in a Home Hygiene Aud care of the lick Quot Given by the american red Cross is being or j Gaui Zed in Randleman at the High school auditorium All ladies in-1 retested in taking this course Are asked to please attend the first meeting which will be held monday april 29, at 7 p in. About people and mrs. T. A. Abston of Marti-1 Quot senior Man. Term. He has made his Home in Randleman for the past five years and holds a position with first Spring concert sunday april 28, 1940 at Floral Garden memorial Park 3 00to 4 00 p. M. In the Garden Miles mrs. Xvi. Asher and Homer Rodeheaver vocal duet Tea pm Kiu. Schumann Hong Vav n hoi t xxx urls. Mendelssohn Largo. Handel Charles of Connell pipe Organ Solo adagio path Eti qi1 Godard of. 128-3 Victor string ensemble evening Star. Tannhauser. Wagner Esther Mcniff Curtis symphonic san of my soil. Koble ruler St. Bartholomew Church choir Baca Rolle tales of Hoffman. Offenbeck Victor concert orchestra som Well Kue a voice is calling. Newton Tate Jesse Crawford Organ Solo i Rees. Wiimer Rasbach Nelson Eddy baritone Caprice Vien nols. Kreisler Fritz Kreisler violin Solo Preli de in g minor Rachmaninoff Victor concert orchestra open the Gates of the Temple Crosby Knapp Richard Crooks Tenor with orchestra the Rosary. Nevin Barie. Of Connell Organ Solo beat fill Isle of somewhere. Fearls Green Brothers Vibra Harp and Hime be i Best a in a. Juszt Victor symphony orchestra the lost chord. Sullivan a per act Dax. Carrie j. Bond abide with me. Monk Charles of Connell pipe Organ Solo a it lords prayer. Albeit Hay Malone John Charles Thomas. Baritone the glee club of Randleman High school won second plate in the state wide contest held at Greensboro the past week i Ruth Branson Ellington of High Point spent the weekend with or. And or. Ernest Talley. Or. And or. Charles Leonard announce the birth of a daughter Margaret Newlin born april 23, at Wesley Long Hospital. Miss Peggy Bunting spent last week end at Guilford College for hospitality Quot week or. And mrs. A. B. Freeman and children spent sunday in Elkin visiting with or. Freeman a Bro to her. Mrs. William Burrough and miss Beulah Iii Sherry of Greensboro were called Home sunday due to the illness of their Mother mrs. Ella Iii Sherry who suffered a heart attack. Or. And mrs. Tabor h. Wood announce the Hil t it of a daughter Lillian Janet born at Stern Berger Hospital april 24. Or. And mrs c. I. Kistler and daughter. Phyllis Are spending sunday in Monroe visiting or. Kistler brother or. A. R. Kistler. Or. And mrs. Let was sinker had As their dinner guest tuesday evening. At their Home on High Point Street or. And mrs. Workman of Asheboro. Mrs. Belle Smith remains very ill at her Home. Misses Maude Fox. Elizabeth tester and mrs. Jack Sawyer spent tuesday in Greensboro. Haywood Hamilton son of or. And mrs. H. H Hamilton. Under went an appendix operation at the Randolph Hospital monday. Miss Lucille Freeman of Oxford is spending this week end with or. And mrs. A. B. Freeman. Mrs. E f. Hardin is showing some improvement after being sick at Lier Home for some Lime. J misses Maxine Kirkman ail Joanna Vanwerry Are spending this week end in Washington d. C. Jolt to Beasley son of or. Ami mrs. A. B. Beasley remains very i ill at his Home mrs. Hate Heatwole Aud Daugh ter Shelton Are spending this week a till in Stantonsburg visit-1 ing or. And mrs in. Hardin. Rom Dobson is Able to return j to his work after being sick for a few weeks. Or. And mrs James Harold at i tended the funeral of mrs liar old s aunt monday Al Giles Chapel. Alton Hardee private in the i United states army is expected i to arrive in Honolulu Hawaii to j Morrow vial s. A. Steamship Quot Hunter friends of Fred Flagler jr., j who has been seriously 111 for the past two week at by or us memo rial Hospital will he glad to learn j that he has recovered sufficiently j to be Able to receive visitors. Or. And mrs m. C. Freeman of j Jacksonville Are i iting or. And mrs. E. A. Downey 203 Howell Street Over the week end. Or. J Sara Coe a sister of or. Free Man will return with them for a visit. Wee mrs j. C. Henderson of 311 West Burton Street remain a patient at the Burma memorial Hospital and is still unable to have visitor friends will regret to learn. Miss Caroline Dalton a returned to her Home on Johnson Street after spending a few Day in Cambridge mass., where he attended the Spring frolic at Harvard liver pity. In route Home she stomped Over in new York City for a few Days stay Dur ing w lib ii he visited friends and saw scleral current Abow. Miss Jeanne Bailey of Evan-1 ton 111., who is a student at Hollins College a a i event guest of or and mrs. Carter Dalton at j i heir Home on Johnson Street. Frank Dalton student at the i n i verify of not the Carolina Lias returned to school after spending a few Days with his parents. A e mrs. T. T. Heater and Small son. Dale left yesterday for their Home in Mooresville after spend i ing the past two weeks Here they were called to High Point to he at the bedside of mrs Hester s j Mother mrs. Henna Melton of 111 Fanderson Street miss Emma Carr Bivins of Raleigh arrived yesterday afternoon to spend the week end with Lier patents. Or and mrs Vav. A. Bivins on Worth Avenue. A friends of mrs. Binna Melton will regret to learn that her condition remains unchanged at her Home 111 is Anderson Street where she has been very ill for the past two weeks. X \ no ale the i huh of x son i and i i k Cox of i Tate Street announce the Birt of a son William Colon on apr 24 at their Home. Aes or. And mrs Horace Fowler a ii w of Al end Here As guests of mrs. Fow it m s. A Mnira on Brent Ley Circle. 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