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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 9, 1925, High Point, North Carolina Page 6high Point Enterprise. Wednesday december 9. 1925 a a lift ill. A Wjk a 1 full vol Sec Fiji v a a a a a a / a i a \ Al a St a he in a j a l a a a of a a it p i l a Quot a r a a a jew Quot a i Quot a / in r v. Make it a silk Christmas give a a Here Suk things just Iii time tor Gilt shoppers an exquisite Dainty new charming silk underwear in soft pretty Lustrous shades. Gowns real silk $4.95 to $10.00 Rayon silk gowns $1.95 teddies real silk $3.95 to $7.50 Rayon silk teddies $1.95 to $2.95 silk bloomers special at $1.95 and $2.95 step ins $1.95 vests $1.25 silk hosiery it it Rollins silk hosiery its sure to be appreciated pure All silk prom pop to toe at $2.50 service weight $2.00 Lovely chiffons in Correct shades at $2.00 Nice for gifts arc the silk garters we show at 50c and $1.00 silk Negligee the supreme gift every woman adores them. Sweet shades of Rose and Blue $8.50 and $12.50 Satin breakfast Robes $12.50 and $15.00 Satin bed room slippers All pretty shades $1.25 and $2.00 Moffitte a 217 North main Street Chih announcements parties Thone 4262 events of society Thone 4262 weddings personals fashions Linum St cd Cass returned today to her Home in Meeth tomorrow Charleston s. C. The Tible study class meets to Morrow afternoon at 3 30 with i mrs. I. T. Mann was a visitor to mrs. H. C. Fogleman 111 Newton Greensboro yesterday Street. Mrs. E. C. Holden will be Leader. Reaves tomorrow i of Richmond miss Helen Long leaves tomorrow for Richmond va., to spend ten Days a the guest of mrs. T. V. Sydnor formerly miss Clara manner of this City. Miss Long smother. Mrs. A. In Long and aunt miss Ida Alexander who Are j in Richmond hospitals Are improving and mrs. Long expects to i return Home with her daughter. A Rible clash is to melt tomorrow the East Green Bible study class j will hold its regular weekly meeting at the Homo of mrs. Floyd Frazier tomorrow afternoon at 2 110 i of clock. Mrs. Will Evans will be the Lead or tomorrow and every member of the Cross is urged to attend. Visitors also will be Welcome. Mrs. Carter Dalton is spending the afternoon in Winston Salem. Mrs. R. T. Chappell and Little granddaughter. Anna Uhland Chappell have returned from Drakes Branch. Va., where they spent the past three weeks with mrs. Chappells sister. Mrs. P. P. Hardie. Large crowds Ai All invited tonight to hear special address of Institute meet two splendid sermons reached yesterday by Rev. Or. Flames kill Kare club with Mph. Idol cd by mrs. Ray idol tuesday eve a yes Tevay at 2 30. T Ding fit her Home on the Winston Al Gre end Road and a most enjoyable evening was spent in the activities of this i organization. T the Home was attractively decorated with the Christmas spirit do the two services at the Wesleyan Church yesterday were Well attended. Another splendid Sermon the kill Ivare club was entertain a was delivered by Rev. Or. Kames these Day ser Able. The Church was Well filled last night by attentive listeners. The evangelist used As a text Ezek. 18 4. A the soul that Sinneth. It shall die the preacher said sin would w Reck Homes undermine character and if allowed would climb up to heaven and pull god from his throne not until then would it he satisfied. Quot we should get away from the thing that crucified our lord a he declared. A number went and gave their hands for prayer at the close of the Sermon. An unusual crowd is expected tonight so those expecting to come will do Well to get a seat Early. A few of the Quot gang were present last night and worked in the congregation a Large delegation is expected tonight. Services will be held at 2 30 Ami 7 30 p. In. Minting throughout. Mrs. Idol served a Deli our course of sandwiches pickles fruit salad and cof 1 fee. Those members of the club pre sent were mesdames Bristow Pitts in. C. Ferguson Edith Gray Harville Cassie Dunn misses Rena Little j Elsie Apple Nappie and Zelena Willard Annie Lee Gray Nannie and Connie idol. % in in mrs. Teague hostess to Mardi carte club mrs. Charles Teague charmingly entertained the Mardi carte club yesterday afternoon at her apartment my the Madison. Bridge was played at three tables. The highest score among the club members was made by mrs. Ca pus Way n irk who received an attractive plaque. Mrs. Craven Page won the visitor s prize a Lovely vase. During the afternoon a delicious salad course was served. Club members present were mrs. Garland Alderman mrs. O. B. Bonner mrs. Carson Burns. Mrs. Graviton Foy mrs. Jese Harris mrs. I Garnet Pollock mrs. R. A. Sucec Toff. Mrs. John Walker. Jr., and j mrs. Capus Waynick. Guests for i the afternoon were mrs. Spearman and mrs. Craven Page. A a a Bible study clashes to meet tomorrow the Bible study classes will meet tomorrow As follows at to a. Rn., with mrs. C. J. Cummins. In Emery Wood. At 2 p. Rn., with mrs. D. M. Cau ble Aldrich Street mrs. J. W. Liar Riss Broad Street Southside Bap fist Church Highland Avenue mrs. F. A. Fountain Prospect Street. At 2 p. In. Mrs. Hollandsworth on Ripton Street. At 2 30 p. In., mrs. Kimball South Hamilton Street mrs. To Singer to Tomlinson 3 p. Rn., mrs. A. M. Rankin 329 North main mrs. J. H. Pritchard 216 Ray mrs. Laramore Council Street mrs. J. T. Boswell Boulevard mrs. J. P. Crowder Steele Street mrs. N. T. Goodwin 1311 last Green mrs. Ii. P. Hayworth on fourth Street. Mrs. Pressley Vine Street mrs. H. A. Moffitt North Mala mrs. To. W. Freddy South main. At 3 30 p. Rn., mrs. H. C. Fogle Man til Newton Street. At 7 p. In. Mrs. Winston Blair Redding Street. It 7 30 p. I mrs. Ward Barker Street. Merchants banquet postponed stores be open at nights t a uti of is i Richard Reitzel Secretary of the High Point merchants association announced today that the banquet which the merchants had planned to give this week has been postponed until after the Christmas holidays. This decision it was explained has been reached owing to the tremendous Christmas Rush of business to High Point stores it also was announced at Headquarters of the merchants association today that members of the organisation will keep their stores open at night beginning saturday night and continuing until Christmas. Mrs. Farlow is Laid to rest at Marlboro funeral services for mrs. Sara Elueline Farlow wife of Newton Farlow who died at her borne in Randolph county were conducted at Marlboro Church this morning at la o clock. Rev. Tom a. Sykes and Rev. O. L. Ruth officiated. Burial occurred in the Church come Tery. The funeral services were attended by a Large number of friends and relatives of mrs. Farlow. Pallbearers were j. F. Spencer j. E. Ward. L. Farlow c. L. Pierce Lewis Spencer and h. L. Byrd. The Floral offerings were carried by mrs. S. A. Lowe mrs. Woody Furgurson mrs. Ernest Furguson and misses Hazel Gladys and Coley Farlow. The baptists of the City Are urgently invited to hear or. Barnett at the first Baptist Church this a vening at 7 30 of clock when he will speak on Quot breaking or. Barnett s Addrece is to be delivered in connection with the sunday school workers Institute which is being held in the Church and interest in which has been increasing rapidly. The meeting will also be a Union prayer meeting. The classes last night were larger even than previously and the address by miss Lee on tile Quot Challenge of youth a at 7 30 was a special feature which was greatly enjoyed. The Baptist pastors Are urging All their workers to attend the Institute which meets each evening at 6 30. A Light in \ is served for All who attend the first session and after this session comes the special address which All Are urged to Haer. Miss Bur Bouser. Of Raleigh is to deliver the special address thurs dry evening and the Rev. Charles Stevens of Winston Salem will speak Friday evening. England and France reach an agreement Geneva. Dec. 9.�? apr England and France today reached an Accord concerning study of the problem of Mutual assistance in War time in connect Lon with the preparation for the International disarmament conference. After a secret meeting of the league of nations Council. M. Paul Bonjour of France announced that foreign minister Benes of Czecho Slovakia had been appointed to draft a formula covering the question which divided the British and French. He explained that the study of Mutual assistance would be More flexible than originally proposed by the French thus intimating that a Compromise had been reached. A Omen object. Washington dec. 9.�? apr opposition to an amendment to the Constitution proposed by senator Johnson California to give the Federal and state governments authority to fix minimum wages for women and children in Industry was expressed in a Resolution today by counsel of the National woman a party. The proposed amendment was assailed As a a contrary to the whole trend of the movement of women toward individual Turkey Given away with stove Here the coff led furniture company announced in yesterdays Enterprise that is is giving away turkeys and hens with each Sale of a Larino Range or Cook stove. This is a novel idea of the Cofield fur Altur company and is meeting with popular approval. News from London. Geologist claims the world is Only one years old. Flatterer. Coreth roat gargle with warm bait water %0 a then apply Over Throat Wicks a Varo re Frap or 21 Mitun Jefe vi4 Ywit buy Christmas health seals on Sale at All stores and by us. Ann drug co. M 2104�?phones�?2106 drugs with a reputation for Christmas get a radio so that the whole family can enjoy Christmas. We can sup ply you. Britt electric co. He s. Mia in. Phone 2880 a can re new yer of Csc i tidily High Al v a robust Man can endure great hardships and abuse but if lie is Wise he will not do so unnecessarily. So it is with eyes. Good eyes May endure wrong glasses for a Long time but what a crime to compel them to do so. It Cost less to keep Good eyes ban to restore them after having been injured by wrong glasses. Walker optometrist Over Hart drug co. Next to Post office Jack Mulhall and Helen Ferguson How doctor treat cold and flu d. A. In met with i mrs. Payne the d. A. R. Met on december s with mrs. E. J. Payne at her Home in Parkway. The associate hostess i or were mrs. F. J. Bartlett mrs. D. J l. Tto Uldyn and miss Lillian Smith. There were 24 members present. No on visiting d. A. Mrs. I tint lives you . Of Vitiel Alderman of Marietta. Ohio. I Calomel and salts , with to break up a cold overnight or to Cut Short an attack of Grippe i influenza sore Throat or tonsillitis,1 physicians and druggist Are now recommending Cal tabs the purified and refined Calomel compound just arrived the new True Story Baa just come in. It is Replete with new and fascinating True stories. Orph to drug Lauilo store opposite Wachovia Bank. Phone 880 Broadhurst today and thursday matinee every Day at 3 a a headlines a Cloverly planned movie wit Alice Joyce one of the screens most Lovati stars. Also comedy and Fox news you always see to Good show at Tho new theater Friday and saturday theater opens at i of cock saturdays. Of Roy look who s Here Wilham Fox reseat in riders of the purple Sage Greys novel a of torn mixes Biff new pictures Are shown exclusively at the new theater next monday night is family night who is prominent in d. A. R. Work in that state. J after the routine business has i been completed mrs. J. A. Austin had charge of the program. Mrs. Austin read an excellent paper on a a the Early schools of Guilford i county i froth colonial Days said mrs. Austin Guilford county has been Foremost in educational work in j the state. In the Early Days the preachers were often the teachers. As Early As 1 766 or. David Caldwell established his school three Miles from Greensboro in a log i Ca Dill. J in i s31 the friends started a i movement to provide education for their children and raised $3t0 tile first year. Out of this project later came Guilford College in 1898. The methodists in 1 838 bought 210 acres of land and started to build a College at Greensboro. They completed a 3 6-room building the sequel to which is the present Greensboro College. Other institutions mentioned by mrs. Austin were Oak Ridge. Jamestown female College. Out the unpleasant effects of either. Oae or two Calo Tabi at bed time with a Swallow of water that Sall. No skits no nausea nor the slightest interference with your eating work or pleasure. Next morning your cold has vanished your system is thoroughly purified and you Are feeling Fine with a Hearty appetite for breakfast. Eat what you please a no danger. Get a family package containing fun directions Only 35 cents. At a a drug store. Adv i open nostrils Eno a Colo or Catarrh How to get Relief when head it it and nose Are stuffed up. Ltd count fifty your cold in head or Catarrh reappears. Your clogged nostrils will open the air passages of your head will Clear and you can breathe freely. No More later j snuffling hawking mucous Dis burned and the Normal in 1s92. After the program the hostesses assisted by master Dick Payne served delicious ice Cream cake and Coffee. The meeting adjourned to meet next in Thomasville with mrs. Frank Iamb Etc and her daughter. Or Rankin. .1 r. Charge dryness or headache no j struggling for breath at night j get u Small bottle of Ely s Cream Balm from your druggist and apply a Little of this fragrant j Cream in your nostrils. It Pene frat it through every air passage of a a the head. Soothing and Healing the 1 swollen or inflamed mucous Man i Crane. Giving you instant Relief. Mrs. William Schroder who has head colds and Catarrh yield like been Ymir ing her son. Can r. Magic done to Sta stuffed up and Schroder and mrs. Schroder Here miserable. Relief is sure. Leather goods for Christmas Man More than to receive nothing could please a Man More than to receive some gift of leather that will prove of lasting Benefit to him during the years to come. We have a wonderful assortment of leather articles that will please All men. Come in and let us show them to you. A few suggestions leather Collar bags for soft and stiff collars. Military outfits. Belts. Tie and handkerchief cases. Gloves. And Many other items too numerous to mention and mediately priced. N. H. Silver co. a gentleman s country. Stephen c. Clark Developer Christmas shopping do part of your Christmas shopping with us. We sell Only the useful gifts hosiery silk Wool and Cotton Bath Robes Kimonos gloves umbrellas table linens napkins towels Linen pieces scarfs and also sets hand made gowns teddies silk bloomers silk Princess slips hand bags handkerchiefs for the whole shopper family. Indian suits Cowboy suits firemen s suits for the children. Beavans the ladies store Are you ready for Christmas have you made your selection of All the gifts you intend to make think a moment then come in the Young menus store and we will show you articles that will suit anyone to whom you May wish to give a Christmas present. Prices Are moderate the Young menus store Robt. I. Harris mgr. So. Main St. Scott Chamley amp co. Certified Public accountants 313 commercial Bank bldg. T. L. Matlock c. P. A., District mgr. I for rent store building on Hamilton Street Good location $30.00 month apply c. D. Smith phone 2440

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