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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 3, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Be four Sec. Tue High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Triefus Fry High Point North Carolina sunday december 3, 19, p Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 568 social and cd la i hours 8 30 a a. To 12 noon saturdays 8 30 a a to 6 . Ozier Hardee ceremony solemnized t Tarboro Church Friday afternoon historic Calvary episcopal Arch in Tarboro was the scene an impressive service when on Comber first at half after two the afternoon the holy rite Matrimony was solemnized be Een miss Margaret Chesson Zier of Tarboro and Aldridge re Hardee of Graham and go Point Rev. George Henry relating. The altar was decorated with is. Lilies and Cathedral Capra. Mrs. Joseph p. Bunn Cou i of the Bride played the wed nor music the Bride who was Given in Arriage by her Uncle or. Phil it Wessley Flagge of High Point. Ire a Moss Green costume suit the full length coat Matching t and carried a Mink Muff. Her Oulder Corsage was of Spray or ids and Valley lilies. Her Only lament was a necklace Minia re of her great Grandfather Yieh her Mother wore for her dding mrs. Robert Carrol Barnhart brides sister.1 was her Only indent. She was become ugly ated in an afternoon dress of inese Tea crepe with Black Aero ides and carried an Arm bouet of varied coloured soap drags. Or. Fred Silver Caddel of Grain acted As or. Hardeep a Best in and Robert Carrol barn it and j. Watson Smoot ask it Mosmen. The wedding was followed by a i at the Home of mrs. Dozier Cher of the Bride for members the wedding party out of town est and close friends the me was attractively decorated the Holly Pine Anil Cedar. The be was beautifully appointed lug entered with an arrange rat of White carnations snap agony and ferns. Among the out of town guests re or. And mrs. Aldridge Kirk Irdee of Graham parents of a Groom miss Ellen Hardee teens Chicora College Charlotte Ter of the Groom miss Mamie Raker. Graham or. And mrs. Limp Wessley Flagge. High lint or. And mrs. C. M. Cobb. Norfolk mrs. Henry Crawford Williamston miss Irene my anally. La go Point William Burris. High Point James Bradley High Point or. And mrs. Haywood Taylor Durham mrs. W. R. Maim Whitakers mrs. Zeno maim Whitakers mrs. Jack Brown Whitakers. Miscellaneous Shower Given Here to Honor mrs. Cole Bride misses Doriss Bowers and Juanita Goodwin were hostesses at a Shower Friday evening at the Home of miss Goodwin 312 How Ell Street to Honor mrs. W. L. Cole who before her marriage on november 26 was miss Catherine Carmichael. After a Brief period of entertainment and the presentation of miscellaneous gifts to the honoree refreshments were served and each guest received a miniature Bride As a favor. Present were mrs. Cole the honoree misses Ethel Varner. Tressie Caudle Almina Stroud Ruth , Mildred Hutchens. Elizabeth Mcghee Bea Overcash Irene Harriss. Mary Swartz Mary Jensen Estelle West Lillian Westner Margaret Cameron Violet Carmichael mrs. S. G. Carmichael Mother of the Bride and the brides aunt and two cousins. Mrs. J. G. Zimmerman and misses Marcella and Audrey Zimmerman of Greensboro. In or Douglas Teague feted at party on birthday Douglas Teague was honoured yesterday afternoon when his Mother mrs. J. 0. Teague entertained a number of friends in his Honor at their Home 1603 East Green Street. Games were enjoyed in the living room during the after noon when and later Dainty re freshmen were served in the i dining room to the seventeen i guests. Douglas received Many 1 attractive birthday gifts from his friends. Making up the guest list were Peggy and Jimmy Greenway a i Vid i dec Wagner Buck and Roger William. Wade Hines. Irene and Fred Campbell Joyce and Jay Ward. Jessie Hammer Edith and Harold Shaw. Billy Teague Doris Ann Harris Diane idol and Douglas Teague. Church social Dorcas class meets at Gibson clubroom the Dorcas class of the Green Street Baptist Church will hold its monthly meeting monday evening at 7 30 at the Gibson clubroom on North main Street the revealing of a pals will take place at this time and mrs. J. W. Hay and mrs. R. M. Holbrook will be associate hostesses. Trinity methodist lass meets monday the Friendly class of Trinity methodist Church will meet tomorrow evening at 7 30 of clock with mrs. Hugh Phillips at her Home in Trinity. This will be the regular social of the class and members Are asked to he in attendance. In Post Phil i Meas will meet on monday the Philathea Glass of the first Baptist Church will meet at the Church on monday evening at 7 30. This will he the class1 Christmas party and a special musical program has been arranged in a presbyterian women to meet tomorrow. The woman a auxiliary will meet by circles on monday As Fol lows Circle no. I mrs. H. M. Armentrout 4 20 Edgo Dale Circle no. 2, mrs. Henry Clapp 515 Oakland Circle no. 3, mrs. Logan Porter or Fairway Circle no. 4. Mrs. Charles Barrier 900 Fairway Circle no. 5, mrs. Hal a. Davis 1107 Clyde Street Circle no. 6, mrs. J. P. Bolt 116 Forest Hill drive Circle no. 7, mrs. H. P. Hardin hos North main Street Circle no. 8, mrs. Vvs. A. Hayes 419 Edgo Dale drive Cir Cle no. 9. Mrs. Tom Marlowe. 611 colonial drive. Evening circles Circle no. I. Mrs. Winford Hinkle. 439 West Lexington Avenue Circle no. 2 miss Ethel Moxley 2 46 Boulevard Circle no. 3, miss Nellie Yates 221 Mont lieu Avenue. Jet a a Kirst Hui if big Les to hold regular meets the circles of the woman s missionary society of the first Baptist Church will meet on monday As follows no. I mrs. L. E. Tinsley. 316 Woodrow Avenue 3 gel no. 2, Gibson club room 3 30 no. 3, mrs r. L. Ingram. 826 Mont Liou Avenue co Fry Lee ton associate soon Tinq Tow Shotis with potty preparations for Christmas not Only include shopping for gifts but also planning for our Home decorations and beautification. During this Holiday season there is a great Deal of visiting and entertaining and the More attractive looking your House is the More you will enjoy having people drop in for an eggnog or Chat. There is still time to do some re decorating or re modelling before the season t is Iii gets into full swing and in Case your spare Cash is going for dolls and bicycles. You can still do this with the Aid of the Atlantic building and loan association. They will finance your painting building or whatever re decorating jobs you May desire and you will have a fresh Dean or roomier House. Go Down to the Atlantic building and loan association and talk to them about your re modelling ideas. If it is the living room Walls which have gotten a bit sooty Over the radiators or the Woodwork which bears Many scratches you will want to consult or. H edger of k of the Hedgecock lumber company which carries a Complete line of Moore paints. Rial numbers for your needs or let them carry out your suggestions for you. Imi a the Al presents foolish Little gifts Are Nice and often attractive at the Tinte when they Are Given but they Are not Long used or remembered. Family presents especially can he very practical and provide much pleasure to the whole household. The High Point hardware company dealers in general electric appliances have Many Sugges Lions to offer for just such gifts. Automatic toasters Are Fine for breakfasts we hich Are not attended by All the members of the family at the same time. Waffle Irons they come in almost any style you want solve the problem of sunday night in a Kitchen Cabinet made to or. Der to fit the space Between the i sink and the door. The cabinets j Are assembled in your Kitchen j the materials boing previously prepared and Are built to fit any i ni0ther space. If you want a More con be trient and attractive Kitchen. Phone the Hedgecock lumber initial appearance company and let them furnish i Friday saw a great Many peo a you with a made to order cab a pie in High Points shopping Dis inet. J Triet and the biggest crowd of Plower fashiox8 Day turned out about the blossoms in december Are Tho in two sections and look like hour glasses. They make mighty Good Coffee too. Go by the High Point hardware and a a i pick out a practical or sent for an it i or fat Jer it or just mar ried daughter. Miss Rozelle Smith shown bridal Honor at Randleman party Randleman. Dec. 2. Spe Elal a miss Rozelle Smith Bride elect was extended a special Courtesy tuesday evening when mrs. W. F. Matthews entertained the members and additional guests of her club at her Home on Matin Street at 6 30. Dinner was served Iii the reception rooms where Lovely potted plants were arranged and afterwards Rook was played at four tables. High score prize a potted Plant was awarded to mrs. J. C. Fox and guest prize also a potted Plant went to miss Rozelle Smith. The hostess also presented the honoree with a set of Rose ill pottery. Members and guests present were mesdames j. O. Pickard j. C. Fox a. B. Freeman Ruth Allied. E. K. Bunting r. P. Bullard. J. A Davis j. V. Fox Weaver Blueberry n. N. Newlin misses Claude and Maude Fox. Misses Rozelle Smith. Kopsie and Rosa be lie Woollen and mrs. J. T. Council of Greensboro. A fwd announces opening of Annua press and publicity Competition by mrs. J. Xxx. Renn special to the Enterprise Raleigh gee. 2.�?-plans for the fourth annual press Ami publicity contest conducted by the general federation of women a clubs and the new York Herald Tribune were announced his week by mrs. Grace Allen Bangs director of the Herald Tribune Bureau for club women and mrs. Fred r. Lufkin of Elgin. Illinois chairman of the department of press and publicity of the general federation. The Competition will be open to press reporters of publicity chairmen of districts and of individual Federated clubs in All states. Last years Competition the largest Ever held Drew entries from club women in 31 states and Alaska. Miss Alma Trowbridge of the math Tasian club of Brevard and mrs. J. 8. Mitchener of the Raleigh woman a club were the North Carolina winners last year. A news Story such As would be acceptable to a local newspaper is the basis for entries this year. The news Story event May he a club meeting or lecture a social event or some special Campaign. First and second prize winners will be selected in each state but Only the first prize ones will be eligible to compete nationally for three Cash awards which will be presented at the Council meeting of the general federation which will be held in Milwaukee Wisconsin in May 1940. Entries in the Competition must be received by the state press and publicity chairman mrs. J. Wilbur Bunn Carolina hotel Raleigh n by March i next the six Best entries in each state will be submitted to a committee of judges who will then select the first and second prize winners. I they will receive from the her a Akl Tribune Blue and red ribbons suitably lettered with their a names thereon in Gold. I thing whether on your table Buffet or shoulder. Christmas is a Vav clearance entire Stock suede shoes $5.95 $4 95 $2 95 and $34 5 now $0.95 and j now $5.00 shoe now o.50 shoe Harlleen if you can Wear a 4-b, you re Lucky show room samples new footwear in 4 b sizes Only regular $7.50 shoes. Only $4.00 Middle of the afternoon to see Santa Claus ride Down main Street. Long before four thirty one noticed that there was an unjust not Christ j usually Large number of children Mas unless there out on the streets and on the Are Flowers outskirts of town More were about and Al waiting for the bus to bring them Bott Floral com to the Center of activity. With Pany has already the smaller children were the i mothers who apparently were keeping their eyes and ears open 1 for the pointed hints concerning presents some of their Wiser off Spring were letting fall As they j went through the stores and window shopped. It was grand fun too for Holiday decorations so and altogether High Point s first take your entertainment plans to sight of Santa Claus this year them and let them work out Spe was very successful. Lieutenant j. A. Lowdermilk of Greensboro will give an illustrated lecture on a Highway safety at the school auditorium next thursday evening at the meeting of the Parent teach ers association. An invitation is extended to people of the Community to be present for this important subject. Aaa Junior service league plans called meeting for monday at Sheraton a called meeting of the Junior service league will be held tomorrow morning at 9 30 of clock at the ballroom of the Sheraton hotel according to an announcement made late yesterday. Final arrangements for the presentation of the league s production a the Gai ties of 1883" will be made at this time and a full attendance of the membership is urged. Carmichael coie vows solemnized november 26 being announced today of interest to a wide Circle of friends is the announcement of the marriage of miss Catherine Carmichael to Wendell l. Cole which was solemnized on Sun i Day november 26, at Danville. A. Rev. M. T. Sorrell performed the ceremony. Mrs. Cole is the eldest Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. S. G. Carmichael of High Point while or. Cole also a native of this City is the son of mrs. D. H. Cole. Accompanying the couple to i Danville were or. And mrs. W. \ wooden with whom they Are residing at 317 South Hamilton i Street Sah Roune Burns Petroleum Jelly family finish the finest laundry service available Flat work. My la. Wearing apparel184�?T la. Minimum bundle $1.00 phone 8309 la Point s Only soft water Lal Norf made its preparations to furnish you with any kind of Flowers and arrangements you May Call for. They will have everything from Sweet peas to orchids in Cut Flowers and All sorts of potted plants. They have plenty of smart ideas scuba Santa clout very Day a a holidays or hostess no. 4, Church parlor 3 30 no. 6, mrs. E. A. Laxer Wood. 325 Louise Avenue the senior Board of do meets monday evening at of clock at the Church. M Xin Street it i in h Roi p meets monday the Wesley Fellowship of main Street methodist Church will meet on monday evening at 7 30 at the Church Annex. Group la a aaa a a Ai Wagger s ladies shop selection of dresses reduced $12.95 and $13.95 dresses now $ 7.95 $15.95 and $16.95 dresses now $ 9.95 $18.95 and $19.95 dresses now $11.95 $22.95 and $24.95 dresses now $14.95 $26.95 and $27.95 dresses now $16.95 Fine Quality Chiffon velvet dresses$16.95 selection evening dresses. $9.95 some formerly As High As $15.95 hats one group $6.95 and $7.95 now$3.95 one group $5.95 and $6.95 now$2.95 one group $4,95 $5.95-$6.95 now $1.95 fur trimmed Coats reduced $49.50 Coats now$34.95 $59.50 Coats now$44.95 $69.50 Coats now$54.95 $89.50 Coats now$67.95 selection of untrimmed cloth Coats tweeds and Plain materials $19.95 Coats now$15.95 $24.95 Coats now$19.95 $35.95 and $39.95 Coats now $24.95 $49.95 Coats now$34.95 fur jackets $45.00 jackets now.$32.95 $69.50 jackets now.$54.95 $95.50 jackets now.$74.95 $110.00 jackets now. $89.95 re ladies shop inc Ivna i Israel ladies Aid meets wednesday the ladies Ald society of b Nai Israel synagogue will hold its december meeting wednesday evening at 8 30 at tire Home of mrs. Milton Silver 111 Brentley Circle a a a St. I xxx k at Ali Ary will i get on Mon Dax the woman auxiliary of St. Mary s episcopal Church will meet at the rectory 24 Guilford Avenue. At 3 3o monday afternoon. Kirst methodist Iii Roii circles xxx ill Xiet the afternoon circles of the first methodist Church will meet monday afternoon at 3 of clock 1 As follows no. I. With mrs. N. P. X a Borough 1431 Wiltshire drive. Mrs. P. E. Lindley Asj Socrate hostess no. 2, with mrs. I Hubert Payne Winston Road \ mrs. L. H. Zimmerman and miss Ida Davis associate hostesses i no. 3. With mrs. L. J. Diffee j i 1103 Johnson Street. Mrs. Clyde Cox and miss Elizabeth Oakes i associate hostesses. Twentieth Century club will hold luncheon meeting to. To it Lith Century study club will have a luncheon meeting at the Home of mrs. Xiv. F. Freeman on Greenway drive on wednesday at i . The program for this meeting will be prot seized by mrs. Henry v. Koonts. Ray Street . A. Board will hold meeting on tuesday the executive Board of the Ray Street school Parent teacher association will hold a meeting an j tuesday morning at 10 30 at the school. Members Are asked to take 1 notice of the change in the hour. I Helen Jepson to sing on program tonight members of the High Point cooperative concert association. Who will have the pleasure of hearing Helen Jepson metropolitan opera Soprano Here january to will be interested Iii miss Jep songs appearance with the fora symphony Aud chorus on the Ford sunday evening hour tonight. Among the selections which miss Jepson will sing Are the following a. Foes e i Iii from Quot la Traviata the last Rose of summer by Moore me company along by Hageman Waters Ripple and flow a czechoslovak Folk song Aud father almighty by Flemming. Lor mom with the ii Anu cae magic chef is a gift that Xxiii keep on giving All year a round. Every lax xviii he a Holiday from unnecessary work tiresome looking failures fatigue and sex c 7 n aspiration. Magic chef meals turn out As you plan them. Tender evenly baked pastry a tempting luscious roasts. I without that disagreeable stooping and testing. Red no Heel heat regulator i cups oven temperature constant l inner rings when food is done. High Speed oven gives even heat distribution is insulated to keep heat in where it belongs. 419x take advantage of this special Holiday offer now now s the time to buy this labor saving Money saving magic chef. Give her the gift she always wanted. At a sensationally lows Cost. Come in today and see magic chef the gift of Thrift. There s a style for every Kitchen and a Price for every budget. Convenience features Only in magic chef do Jou get the Amaz ing new swing out broiler that7opens out away from the Hallie for turning or removing foods. Separate broiler w Ith High Speed Burner that seals in juices. Makes Steak luscious and tender. Top burners Light automatically without matches. Hilo Burner valve gives flexible flames adjustable to a Mere simmer. Super duty Burner for extra fast cooking. Spill proof no clog burners easily cleaned and guaranteed for life. Power company 233 South main Street phone 2700 v magic chef l a aids tops for Xmas

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