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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 3, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Sunday december 3, 1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page three Selt Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4566 social and cd Al Sci cities hours 8 30 to 12 noon saturdays 8 30 . To 6 pm. Nuptials of miss Selma Dorsay and Henry b. Fuller announced today announcement is made of the marriage of miss Margaret Selma Dorsay of Goldsboro and High Point to Henry Banks Fuller of Thomasville and Greensboro. Which was solemnized at the Home of the brides parents or. And mrs. Thomas b. Dorsay in Goldsboro on sunday november 26. The ring ceremony was used by the officiating minister Rev. J. Of. Overton jr., with Only members of the two families and close friends in attendance. A White and Green nuptial Motif prevailed in the decorative scheme of the Home White chrysanthemums and carnations against a background of greenery forming an improvised altar in tile living room with White tapers giving delicate illumination during the service. Prior to the ceremony miss Genevieve Hodgin played a nah Sweet mystery of life Herbert As a piano selection and miss Martha Westmoreland Sang a i love you truly rond the bridal chorus from a a Lohengrin Wagner was used As a processional and As the vows were spoken a Ellebe Straume Liszt was rendered softly. Candles were lighted by Mike and Tom Dorsay. Broths of the Bride of Goldsboro. The couple entered together there being no attendants and took their plate at the altar. The Bride wore a wine velvet dress made Street length and Lier accessories were of a Matching Shade while at her shoulder was a Corsage of orchids. For travel she changed into a Teal Blue costume suit with Black accessories As she left with her husband for a bridal trip to Florida. On their return they will be at Home at 603 Randolph Street Thomasville. Mrs. Fuller is a graduate of the Gradwohl school of technology in St. Louis mo., and for sometime has been located in High Point where she serves As Laboratory technician in the officers of ors. Slate slate and Stanton. Or. Fuller is the son of Frank r. Fuller and the or. Fuller of Thomasville attended the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill where he was a member of Sigma Zeta fraternity and is now located in Greensboro where he is connected with Armour and company. Bride of local Man mrs. Late he Benefit Holiday dance at armory is successful event inaugurates series approximately a by r r e d couples were in attendance the Benefit dance held Friday evening in the National guard armory when the Andrew Jackson Post number 8 7. Of the american legion. And its auxiliary unit were joint sponsors at the initial dance of a series planned for the Winter and Spring social season. Although Many were kept away by conflicting affairs and inclement weather the dance proved to be a gala occasion with a neat realized for entertaining the North Carolina department legion and auxiliary convention to be held Here next summer with the local groups As Host and hostess. Jimmy Harris and his orchestra local band furnished music for the affair and proved very popular with the dancers rendering a varied program of distinctive dance tunes in keeping with the occasion featured As vocalist was miss Carri Campbell whose husky voice gave proper interpretation to the number. Dancing was from nine until one of clock. Plans Are now underway to present the next in the series of dances during the holidays this event to take the form of a new year dinner dance at the Sheraton ballroom but definite announcement As to this decision will be made later. Mrs. Effie Harrison finance chairman headed the auxiliary a committee for the dance and Dan d. Arden was in charge of the legion s group w Hile unit and Post members on the committee i mrs. Lames Wilson idol of this City pictured Abote in her wedding costume was miss Eva Mae Callahan daughter of or. Ami mrs. Henry Charles Callahan of Vass before Lier marriage Early wednesday evening at Wesley memorial photo by Dodamead. Miss Eva Mae Callahan becomes Bride of James Wilson idol in ceremony Here formal announcements Reading As follows which have just been issued Are of interest Here and elsewhere in the state a emr. And mrs. Henry Charles Callahan announce the marriage of their daughter Eva Mao to or. James Wilson idol on wednesday the Twenty ninth of november Nineteen Hundred and thirty nine High Point North Carolina a the marriage was solemnized in a quiet ceremony wednesday evening. November 29. At 5 of clock in the pastor s study at Wesley memorial methodist Church with or. Pm Bree la. Blackard officiating. The brides Only attendant was miss Annie Louise Brewer As maid of Honor and the bridegrooms brother Clarence idol attended him As Best Man. Only members of the immediate families attended the simple private ceremony. The Bride wore a dress of Viking Blue Wool with Mouton trim and her jacket and hat were of Mouton to match. Her hag and slippers were of Brown her gloves of White kid and she wore a shoulder Corsage of Gardenias. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Henry Charles Callahan of Vass. She received her nurse s training at the Guilford general included mrs. Jack Burris mrs w. J. Bennett. George Connor and . J. Bennett. Other members of the two groups also assisted the committee in working out plans for the dance. Cehr test Maas special piece Silver plate service for eight including sugar Shell and butter knife each in regulation Case Only to sets i to sell at u this Price guaranteed Silver plate made by master craftsmen. All pieces of Silver plated Ware Are plated with pure Silver on the finest Quality 18% Nickel Silver the same Metal used in the most expensive Silver plate. Knives have French style stainless Blades with plated handles. Belk Steven co Quot High Point s leading department store Quot Hospital Here. And is now a member of the office staff of or. Mclean b. Leath or. Idol is the son of mrs. J. J. Idol of the Kernersville Road and the late or. Idol. He received his High school education in High Point and later attended the University of North Carolina where he was a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. He is now connected with the Hunter Coal company. The couple left immediately following the ceremony Tor a wedding trip to an unannounced destination. On their return they will live at 111 Hillcrest drive. Miss Murray has informal dance for sub Deb set miss Marguerite Murray was hostess Friday evening at the Emerywood country club at an informal party attended by a number of the younger sub Deb girls and their escorts which highlighted the thanksgiving weekend for this age group. Games and dancing were amusement features for the evening. With or. And mrs. Murray and a parents of a number of the guests As chaperones for the occasion. Sandwiches cakes and nuts were served lateral the evening to about 4 0 guests who were present for the event. Cavalier club s Christmas Ball at Sedgefield Manor of interest to dancers in High Point and neighbouring cities will he the announcement of the annual Christmas Ball of the Cavalier club Young menus social organization which will he held on the evening of december 25 it Sedgefield Manor. Playing for the affair will be Paul brigmans orchestra one of the newest and most popular swing bands of Piedmont North Carolina. Dancing will begin at 9 30. A a number of Young ladies from High Point and nearby cities Are being secured As sponsors for the affair and their names will be announced in an Early Issue of the Enterprise. A Garden club Council to meet at y. W. C. A. Hut tuesday morning the High Point Garden club Council will hold a meeting at the y. W. C. A. Hut at to of clock on tuesday morning. All members have been especially requested to attend As a number of important business matters will be considered. Announce the birth of son or. And mrs. Clarence Stanley of High Point route one announce the birth of a son Bobby Ray on saturday november 25 at their Home. Girl scout Council meeting leaders discussion group the annual meeting of the High Point girl scout Council will be held thursday morning at ten of clock with mrs. R. A herring 800 East Lexington Avenue it was announced yesterday. Mrs. Royster m. Tucker commissioner will be in the chair and the annual reports of officers and committee chairmen will be Given at this time. Members of the Council Are asked to make a special Effort to attend this meeting when the newly elected officers will take charge following the meeting. Another girl scout executive highlight is the third in a series of discussion groups for leaders of the various troops which will he held at the Sheraton hotel at 7 30 of clock on thursday evening. An important discussion will be held and will feature a continuance of the topic a program activities a held at last meeting when a representative group was not present. Girl scout leaders Are urgently requested to note the hour and place and to be present at this time according to an announcement by mrs. Mabel Burnett. Brownie troop number one of Ray Street school and troop three of Wesley memorial Church showed a True thanksgiving spirit last week when they filled and delivered several baskets of food to unfortunate families in the City on the approach of that Holiday. The Brownie troop has As Leader mrs. A. C. Galloway with miss Margaret Austin As assistant while troop three has As its Leader mrs. C. T. Parker with mrs. J. Be. Edmondson As assistant. Live vers club to be sponsor for peace meet the live vers club of the local Young women a Christian j association has invited representatives from numerous other groups to be present for the peace meeting which they will sponsor thursday evening following a supper meeting at 6 30 at the a. W. C. A. Hut. Principle speaker at the meeting will be Rev Tom Alderman Sykes of Thomasville whose topic will be a world taking part in the discussions of world affairs and peace action which will follow or. Sykes talk will be members of the sponsoring club and representatives from the girl reserves Florence Nightingale club Highland lend a hand clubs. Jolly y club business and professional girls boy scouts girl scouts his salvation army boys club High Point College girl guards and from the Young people of Baptist presbyterian episcopal lutheran Catholic methodist and jewish churches in the City in addition to the City Christian Endeavor Union. Mrs. Carter Dalton president of the y. W. C. A., miss Gladys Ellington member of the business girls Council and a number of other guests will also attend. Miss Doris Caldwell Heads the committee in charge of arrangements for the meeting and serving with her Are mrs. Helen Munday misses Ollie Brown Ellen Jensen and Juanita Reid. Social Calenda monday 9 30 .�?the Junior service league will have a called meeting at the ballroom of the Sheraton hotel. Tuesday to .�?the High Point Council of Garden clubs will meet at the y. W. C. A. Hut for its december meeting. Representatives of each Garden club Are asked to be present. 3 p. ladies Bridge of the Emerywood country club will be held at the clubhouse with mesdames r. D. Tillson and c. S. Beaver As associate hostesses. Reservations for tables must be made in Advance of the party. 6 15 . A the business and professional girls club will hold its regular monthly business meeting following its supper meeting at the y. W. C. A. Hut. Wehn Esoda y 10 30 . A the West Emerywood country club will meet with mrs. A. B. Henley at her Home 112 Hillcrest drive. Mrs. Charles w. Perry will be guest speaker. I p. joint Christmas luncheon of the woman a club departments will be held in the basement of Wesley memorial Church. Reserva tons for plates must be made in Advance with either mrs. C. H. Rhodes or mrs. Robert Fountain departmental chairmen. I .�?th� twentieth Century study club will have a luncheon meeting at the Home of mrs. A f. Freeman Greenway drive with mrs. Henry v. Koonts giving the program. 7 . A the High Point business and professional woman s club will have a banquet in the private dining room of the Elwood hotel in Observance of its third birthday. Many visitors have been invited to attend including several state officers. 7 30 p. local chapter. Women of the Moose will hold a meeting in the Lodge Hall when reports will be featured. I he Khim y to . A the girl scout Council will meet with mrs. R. A. Herring 800 East Lexington Avenue for its annual meeting. The annual reports of officers and chairmen will be heard and new slate will take office. 6 30 Livey ers flub will sponsor a peace meeting at the y. We c. A., with representatives of Twenty or More other groups invited. Rev. Tom Alderman Sykes will speak on a world 7 30 third of a series of discussion groups for local girl scout troop leaders will be held at the Sheraton hotel with mrs. Mabel Burnett local director in charge. Friday i p. Priscilla club will he entertained at a luncheon meeting by mrs. R. K. Young. The meeting will be held at the Elwood hotel. 8 p. Junior service league will give a presentation of a the Gai ties of 1883�?� at the National guard armory for the Benefit of its baby clinic. The Public is invited to attend this Charity performance Christmas program to feature woman s mrs. Morton Speaks to 4-h Council Oak View students attend mrs. Frank Morton was guest speaker yesterday afternoon in the Assembly room at the Guilford county court House in Greensboro for the meeting of the 4-h Council. Her topic was a Christmas decorations inside and outside the Home a and Christmas stories poems and carols were featured by the Jamestown club. Mrs. J. I. Wagoner presented checks to winners in county fair contests including Helen Ray Craven of Oak View school who was a Winner in a Canning contest. Other Oak View students att i ing we Ere Doris Peacock j Blair and Frank Thacker. Women of Moose will meet wednesday night the women of the Moose hold their regular meeting w mesday evening at 7 30 of clock the Moose Lodge rooms Accord to an announcement made yest Day. A special request is made 5 the following chairmen Merci ship publicity child care and Ual committees have their Tive reports ready for presents at this time. Ai it p in i mar a pen for your convenience a beginning it monday a ceilings vhf we have a dress in a stayed a �?�0 at a Dricks that will please you visit us. It it it. It a spin Drizing styles. 134 South main St Bailey Lucien Leonc s 3 lipsticks in a 11a thir Rit Toui tall costumes dim Ano this j smart lipstick Shadis lever Lueien Lejong puts three lipsticks in a Little kit to harmonize with any of your fall ensembles. There ii Robin Hood red for your Green Brown or Gray Coet Umee a a wine Shade for your wines and blues a Pink for your pastels and Light formals. Maybe College girls started the Vogue but fashion minded women Hawe taken it up. Tic tac toe 3 lipstick kit i for a Christmas miss Edythe Deal Montgomery Kimsey wed in Danville of interest to friends Here and in surrounding cities is the announcement of the marriage of miss Edythe Edna Deal and Paul Montgomery Kimsey. Both of this City which was solemnized november 30 in Danville. A. The vows were spoken before Rev. F. H. Harrison Baptist minister and accompanying the couple to Danville were miss Virginia Kent and Oscar Ellington. The ceremony occurred on the wedding anniversary of the grooms parents. For the nuptials the Bride wore a dress of Aqua with accessories of Black. With this costume she wore a Mink coat and at her shoulder was a Corsage of sweetheart roses and Gypsophila. Mrs. Kimsey is the Only daughter of mrs. Eunice Deal and has made her Home in High Point for the past la years. She received her education at the Hillsborough High school in Tampa fla., Aud in the local High school from which she graduated in 1937. Or. Kimsey is the son of or. And mrs. S. P. Kimsey of 109 Worth Avenue and received his education in the local schools. At present he is connected with the Wakefield optical company. The couple will make their Home with the Bride s Mother for the present. Gladys Osborne and Rachel Leonard have joint birthday party Gladys Osborne and Rachel Leonard celebrated their birthdays jointly last night at the Osborne Home on East Green Street when Alice Osborne was party Host is. The hostess directed a number of games and later served re a Momenta to eight guests. Club luncheon Here drawing int Frost of 2�?o i \ 4 drawing interest of members of the High Point woman s club is the joint Christmas luncheon i of the departments being held on i wednesday afternoon at one of clock in the basement of Wesley memorial Church when a Christmas program will by featured. The music literature department of which mrs. C. H. Rhodes is chairman is responsible for the afternoons program and mesdames w. J. Fraley and j. W. Lindsay will present the program on a the origin of Christmas mrs. Fraley will give the history of the Carol which will then he Sung by mrs. Lindsay. The american Homes department will be in charge of luncheon arrangements and reservations must be made with its departmental chairman. Mrs. Robert Fountain or mrs. C. H. Rhodes music literature chairman As soon As possible. Mrs. H. D. Sears woman a club president will preside Over the general portion of the meeting after which mrs. Rhodes will take the chair for the program. Kennedy Batten vows of october announced or. And or. R. D. Kennedy of route two Are today announcing the marriage of their daughter. Roberta Lucite to Johnnie Batten of Thomasville. The vows we Ere solemnized in Danville va., on october 26. The couple Are making their Home in Thomasville where the Bride has lived for the past three years. They Are living at 116 College Avenue. Business girls to have meet tuesday the regular monthly business meeting of the business and professional girls club of the Owca will he held tuesday evening at the hut. Supper will be served at6 15 o clock. With a you looking or a gift that will to satisfying today and always. A gift that is practical Rich and dependable come in Aud see our special showing of the famous Hamilton watches for Christmas. Hamilton Wilshire 17 9k2.lt a Welt i of i use our budget payment plan Ltd. Per a pc 110 Nort main Street

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