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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 8, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page sixth High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Friday december 8. 1930 ,,v.,.. Social and club activities Madeline Hoover editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a. M. To 12 m. Wivwawaw.,mw.sw.av.vwmw.w.w.,.,.wawi musical Art executive Board plans future programs at luncheon meet the Gai ties album various programs and activities for the High Point musical Art club were thoroughly discussed yesterday at an informal luncheon meeting of the executive Board of the club. Chief item on the list was the concert to be Given Here at a future Date by three members of the University of North Carolina music faculty. Or. Glenn Hayden. Head of the department of music at Chapel Hill has opened this service to the North Carolina federation of music clubs. Sin e the music fat Unity will give Only one concert in each District the High Point club feels exceptionally fortunate in being Able to present the concert for the Piedmont District which includes Winson Salem Greensboro Irvington Burlington and Salisbury. Tentative dates for the concert Are tuesday or wednesday March 5 or 6. And it will be presented in the auditorium at High Point College. Included in the program will be John Toms. Tenor assistant professor of voice Hubert Irvington. Pianist and William Letiz instructor in a cello. Mrs. F. Tomlinson is general chairman for this concert. Members of the club Are being notified that the presentation of handels a a Messiah by a High Point College and Community chorus at Wesley memorial Church sunday evening will take place of the regular december Musicale. All Solo parts and the direction of the entire group of 123 voices Are being dose by members of the musical Art club. Attending the luncheon were Carl Cronstedt president mrs. A c. Bust Ian. Mrs. D. L. Boul Din. Mrs. J. Gurney Briggs miss Janet Hall and miss Virginia Frank. Four members of the Board were unable to attend. Social Calendar spiritual synthesis needed says Tom Sykes at live y ers peace meet differing with the often repeated theory that Quot you can to change human nature a Rev. Tom Alderman Sykes of Thomasville last night discussed a basis for a world partnership at a peace forum sponsored by the Livey ers club St their regular supper meeting St the y. W. A hut. A your scientific skills have outgrown our spiritual resources a a said or. Sykes in presenting his theory of science by synthesis can make cloth from Glass he declared. Then Man by a sort of spiritual synthesis can make himself a More sensible creature who can Settle his differences by some other Means than War. One of the Many examples that Man s nature Ean be changed said or. Sykes is the fact that the solid respectable citizenry of Australia is largely made up of descendants of members of in English penal Colony. The easiest Way out when confronted by a Man like Hitler or Stalin or. Sykes said is to say a you can to do anything about it a but he does not believe that this is True All wars. He declared finally end up St the conference Tittle end when Man has Learned a to disagree without being disagreeable he can Settle All hit difficulties there without resorting to physical conflict. Or. Sykes talk was followed by an open forum on world Fellowship in which club members and their special guests together numbering 42, joined. Flags of All nations decorated the hut for the occasion with a Large Blanket of Many flags banging behind the speaker s table. Place cards were in the shape of tiny globes. Miss Hazel Wright club president was in the chair for the meeting and miss Ellen Jensen presented the speaker. Special guests included mrs. Cartel Dalton y. W. A president miss Gladys Ellington chairman of the business girls Council miss Susannah Thomas girl Reserve Secretary miss Rachel Conrad from the girl scouts miss Shirley Steed Catholic Young people miss Agnes Jones salvation army Church miss Dorothy Joines girl guards Burgess Leonard City b miss Riva Grissom. Business and professional girls club miss Lucille Johnston High Point College miss Mildred Hutchens Jolly y club mrs. G. D. Joyner City Christian Endeavor Union Carl Justice. I y club miss Nina Wrenn methodist Young people miss Leta Anderson. Industrial department of the y. W. A. And miss Mavis peace lutheran Young people. Guilford county medical auxiliary holds Christmas meeting at Sheraton a delightful Christmas dinner meeting was held last evening by the Guilford county medical aug Ellary member gathering in the Blue room of the Sheraton hotel where a Holiday setting was achieved by the use of yuletide decorations. The table was arranged in the shape of the letter a a to and graced with Lovely decorations suggestive of Christmas Silver being combined with the usual red and Green Motif throughout. Tall red Sale Hal better come to Morrow if you Waul a High Grade handsome fur trimmed coat at a wonderful reduction. Never will you find a better coat at such Low prices. Just Beautiful Coats at january prices. Come tomorrow. Gifts silk House Coats bed jackets. Shawls silk towns slips pyjamas Hollins silk hosiery new hats just in. Moffitt 217 North main Street tapers and miniature Christmas tree were used at interval and Bumble of silvered grapes added interest in the appointments of Tbs table. A Turkey dinner wa4-served, covers being Laid for Twenty eight. Mrs. Kart Sheppard of High Point and mrs Tannenbaum of Greensboro were welcomed into the auxiliary membership with mrs. A. D. Ownbey of Greensboro president in the chair. Routine business was transacted and donations received for the loan fund of the auxiliary a Wei As the endowment fund for the Mccain bed St the state Sanitorium which the auxiliary is supporting. Another feature of business was the appointment of a nominating committee to draw up a new slate of officers for presentation at the next meeting in March. On this committee Are mrs. F. R. Taylor chairman mrs. W. L. Jackson and mrs. Glenn g. Perry. See formal dinner and dance tonight at High Point College among pre Holiday social events at High Point College will be the formal dinner and dance which will a held there this evening. Mrs. J. M. Millikan chairman of the social committee of the College faculty is in charge of arrangements for the dinner and or. G. I. Humphreys will be master of ceremonies. A program of Christmas readings will be presented by miss Frances umsted of the Greensboro College dramatics department and the College glee club under the direction of mrs. Janet Russell Owens will sing several numbers. The dance will follow in Harrison gymnasium with the syncopated College orchestra directed by Vernon Forney furnishing music. Day student will be eligible to attend the dance although the dinner is for dormitory students Only. Aaa local people attend rites in Salisbury for mrs. Blanche Burgess Rev. And mrs. Howard s. Hartwell mrs. P. H. Dalton mrs. Roy Shelton and mrs. George Vest left shortly after noon today for Salisbury where they will attend funeral services for mrs. Blanche Burgess Mother of mrs. Lewis e. Bennett of this City whose death occurred suddenly yesterday morning. Or. Hartz Eti will assist in the services for mrs. Burge which Are being Beld at St. Luke s Church. The local people Are being accompanied by mrs. A. W. Nowell of Greensboro Doss Friend of mrs. Bennett Friday 3 to 5 jul p. In.�?. The Beta Sigma Phi sorority will give a Benefit Bridge party at the Sheraton hotel. Reservations May be made by calling miss Josephine Gibson president at 2821. 8 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. 8 30 p. Rny the Domino club will present a formal dinner dance at Sedgefield inn in Observance of the clubs third anniversary this will be a private affair with Only members of the club and their escorts in attendance. Legion auxiliary represented at Burlington meet Gai ties of 1 to be presented at armory tonight about people in several weeks of rehearsal Der the direction of e. J. Stiles of the Jerome h. Cargill producing company will culminate this evening in the presentation of a colourful extravaganza a the Gai ties of 18s3,�?� at the armory under the sponsorship of the Junior service league. The production which is being Given for the Benefit of the leagues baby clinic includes a melodrama a Only a Farmers daughter several Novelty dance turns including the ran can and cake walk musical numbers by a the free lunch four and Hawley a a coloratura Soprano and a lecture by a miss Lizzie trap Saddle a bicyclist and world traveler. Concessions and refreshment mrs. Bob Blanchard and daughter of Raleigh and mrs. Roland Edwards and daughter of Wilmington Are spending several Days with mrs. I. M. Bentley 1800 King Street. 3ffi Joe Oliver of 1312 Hagan Street is recovering satisfactorily from a major operation which he underwent at a local Hospital tuesday and is now Able to have visitors. A a a mrs. H. Rhode and mrs Ina Mcgirk spent yesterday in Durham attending the Christian science lecture Given by or. John r. Carr of Philadelphia. Mrs. Henry Turner of Winston Salem and Fred Taylor a Booths will be in operation before and after the production and Between scenes. Student at Guilford College arrive tonight to spend the weekend with their parents or. And mrs. F. R. Taylor. Mark Taylor of Raleigh will also spend the week end with his parents arriving saturday night. Own of be Mim of a Dai Guter or. And mrs. W. T. Ward of High Point route three announce the birth of a daughter Helen Marie on december at tile Guilford general Hospital. Mrs. Ward Anil baby Are now at their Home in Archdale. The coliseum famous London music Hall gave its first performance on Christmas eve of 1904. Ight coughs a to colds. Checked without a a dosing. Vicks a vaporu8 proved by 2 generations is Al of six members of the local unit of the american legion auxiliary she a off a disguised a miss Lizzie Condon trap Saddle a. S. P. A., mrs. Matt Wall prepares to deliver a lecture on the burning topic of the in mud a should a woman who is also a lady run a bicycle a a miss trap Saddle a lecture Xxiii he one of Tho Man novel Enlet Taihi Noil features of the Junior service headed by the president mrs. Dan i Prague Benefit performance of Quot the Gai ties of Issac a Villeb is Arden were among the forty worn being presented at the or Ivory this evening. Photo for the Ellen attending the eleventh Dis-1 uprise by Smith studio tract conference held yesterday afternoon at the legion hut in Burlington when representative from Here Greensboro Burlington Reidsville Mebane and Leaksville Spray which cities comprise this District were present. Mrs. E. Ferguson eleventh District committee woman of Burlington presided Over the meeting which got underway with the usual formal opening including prayer by mrs. R. A. Wilkins of Burlington the singing of Quot the Star spangled banners and other ritualistic rites and the highlight of the meeting a a talk by the department president mrs. Weaver Mann of Newton. A annual meeting of girl scout Council held Here yesterday of the annual meeting of the High Point girl scout Council held yesterday morning at the Home of mrs. R a. Herring. Soo East Lexington Avenue several Council members were re elected to eerie again during the coming year while five new member miss Mann to have role in Sophomore drama at Brenas notions and Christmas decorations wreaths Xmas Trees Bells Xmas folders seals and tags tinsel Cord ornaments. Snow icicles. Xmas ribbons. Dolls. Tops. Horns. Autos Puzzle toys flutes. Harmonicas. Rubbers balls animal sets checkers. Who exemplified the Iii jury a were Cholo a Erve with them. Christmas program a it relates to hospitalization of veterans and their families. She was presented by mrs. T. X. Conyers third area chairman of Greensboro. Welcome a extended by Herndon Taylor commander of the Burlington boat american i a Gion. And or. Dan Arden of High Point responded. During business session reports were heard from the various committees from each City represented and other Busine transacted a social period which took the form of a Tea concluded the meeting and Burlington Mothe Rainger furnished music. Attending from High Point in addition to mrs. Arden were mesdames r l. Syn he. N. L. Garner Fred Gordy Curtis Anderson and u. A York. Mrs. Royster m. Tucker com-1 missioner. Presided Over the meeting and reports were heard from i the different officer and chairmen concerning the past years work. The newly elected officers took charge at this time this slate including mrs. Tucker commission the Jer mrs. R. A. Herring Deputy commissioner mrs. M. T. Lambeth recording Secretary mrs. Grady Stroupe. Corresponding Sec-1 rotary and mrs. D. E. Cauble treasurer. Gainesville a. Dec. 8.�? miss Catherine Malin daughter of mrs. R. N. Mann. Ruo Hillcrest drive. High Point n. C., Sophomore enrolled at Brenas College this year will play in the old fashioned melodrama a on the Bridge at Midnight a to be presented by the Sophomore class tuesday december 12. 2everyday uses e it Rye Here y j Mercur Chrome razor Blade Large vase kid curler change purse Tea spoon Frog Flower pol Swan Dutrh boy Nail polish trim Button polish remix or note Book of / a of Scotty hog Pearl Button Gilt safety pin table Fork pot pen trav animal families Scott flow for pot Flower pot Bobby pm def Lac tape Tea Strainer pot cleaner Pinner Bells Tail pin aspirin Corn pad vaseline i one Leaf i at via la poor Stop tooth pick a paper Ria tape Rick rack braid Cream Pitcher desert Irish pres snap dog on Chain bomb a comb 3 l a i umbrella Compo Book Bandi Bandage sewing kit steel safety pin mat Bine Oil rat Tail comb sewing thread filler Sheet Slipper pin Cushion Liberty Ink paper napkins Button thread mending packet Soldier Candy pish Needle Book Salt Pepper shakers Metal hair curler table knives outlet 122 North main Street just below East Washington ii Bert Kenn both Gray born at Hospital Mere or. And or. Gray of Archdale announce the birth of a Ann. Gilbert Kenneth on thursday december 7, at the Burrua memorial Hospital. Flit Thi Bordin cow says Here s Jurn he extra value Borden s evaporated milk plus amp of Combine your Borden a Silver cow coupons with other Premium coupons lard obelisk flour Luzianne Tea and co face health club have your Silver cow Cou Pons and Combine them with coupons from these other Premium products Octagon soap products Bat baking powder. You can redeem them All for gifts at your Premium store. If its Borden s its got to be Good baby a feeding formula. Save your coupons. Your Premium store has a Catalon of 1000 gifts from w hich to take your pick brins coupons to Clifton furniture us. Him fast a Hington is. High Point. No your Octagon Borden Premium Agency or Moil Coupon to Premium dept., p. O. Box 470, Jersey City n. J

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