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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 19, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page eight the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina tuesday. December 19, 1939 . .w.w.w/.v.w..v.w.v.v.w.v.w.v.vv.v.v.v.nsv. Social and club activities Madeline Hoover. Editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a m. To 12 m old fashioned Christmas party a a a we a a a svy a a so a a a a a a a we wapt a a a a we a a a a a a a a a a win a Mew american association of University women hear Carol program at Christmas meeting the High Point Branch of the american association of University women was entertained at Ila december meeting last evening by mrs. R. A. Herring at her Home 807 East Lexington a venue at which time mrs. D. H. Hall. Jr., served As associate hostess and a delightful program of Christmas carols was featured. Under the direction of Carl cd n Cronstedt. Supervisor of music in the City schools a group from the Senor High school glee club rendered old familiar carols As Well is several of French origin. The group was introduced by mrs. Herring who later presented them with cellophane packages of Christmas candies As a Token of appreciation for their Beautiful caroling mrs. H. A. White president. Was in the chair for a Brief business session when several important business matters were Dis cussed. A report was made on the Fellowship program conducted by a. A. U. W. Chapters and the local group voted to again contribute a Liberal sum toward this fund which provides for Advance study in a foreign Urt Iver stay for some women students who otherwise would not have this privilege. It was announced that the next meeting would be held at the Home of mrs. R. I. Quigley in Westwood in january when the chapter will be privileged to Bear or. Elizabeth Duffy professor of psychology at w. C., u. N. on a mental the Home was in its Holiday attire of greenery and other Christmas decorations and a Lovely lighted tree was the Center of attraction. The hostesses were As sited by mrs. Herrings daughter miss Emily herring in serving an ice course in the Christmas Motif. To the members present. Local people in Raleigh for nuptials of miss Finch and Mark Taylor tonight or. And mrs. Frederick r. Taylor i Eft this afternoon for Raleigh to attend the wedding of their elder son. Mark Hughes Taylor to miss Dorothy Finch of that City whih will take place in a Home ceremony there this evening at the residence of the brides parents. Or. And mrs Edwin o. Finch .118 East Park drive miss Finch will have As her Only attendant and maid of Honor her sister. Miss Jean Finch and or. Taylors Hest Man will he his younger brother Frederick r. Taylor or. Mrs. Henry Turner of Winston Salem will sine and miss Sarah Taylor of this City both Sisters of the bridegroom will play the wed Ding music. Miss Taylor and mrs Turner both went Down Over the weekend to attend several pre nuptial parties for miss Finch and or. Taylor and his brother left yesterday for Raleigh to attend the rehearsal and cake cutting last night at the Home of the Bride elect. The vows will be spoken tonight at eight o clock and Only members of the two families and a few intimate friends will be in attendance a wedding reception will be Given afterwards by or. And mrs. Finch to Honor the couple. Church social i i Ruh of ooh will have special program a special Christmas program will be Given at the first Church of cod on Asheboro Street. Wednesday at 7 10 p. In the first part of the program will be Given Over to the children s exercises after which the annual Christmas play will be Given by the Young Peoples group the play is titled a the new born and will feature 42 characters. The Public is cordially invited. Wesley Memoli a class will meet the mothers class of Wesley memorial Church will have a Christmas party at the Home of mrs. F p. Kiser 718 Mon lieu Avenue on wednesday at 7 30. The names of a Pollyanna so will be revealed members not having transportation Are asked to Call 6165. A Stephens it Las to meet on wednesday the Stephens Bible study class will hold its regular meeting on wednesday at 3 of clock at the Home of mrs. J. M. Stewart 210 Best Street. Mrs. Nora Landrews will Lead the discussion continuing the study of the gospel of Luke. Pentagon girls to have Christmas party this evening the girls Pentagon club will hold a Christmas Bridge tonight regular Date for the clubs week i it meeting when miss Earline Moore club president will be hostess at her Home 208 Woodrow Avenue. The regular business session will begin Al 8 30 and the Christmas festivities will begin at 0 if in. Christmas greeting cards 35c to $1.00 pm Rox or 21 Edgar Snider printing co printing engraving Iso North Wrynn phone kit informal open House Given for Henry c. Briggs mra. Oriana a James entertained at an informal open House for her father Henry City Briggs at their Home on East Green Street sunday afternoon when Between 75 and too relatives and close friends called to congratulate him on his 81st birthday which occurred during the past w Eek. Canapes fruit cake and Tea were served in the dining room by or. Briggs grandchildren. The dining room table was entered with yellow Narcissi and White Gladioli in a Crystal howl flanked with Green candles in novel holders of apples and gumdrops. Trailing greenery was also used. A of or. Briggs seven children and 19 of his 20 grandchildren were present. A Tous Unis dance of Sedgefield tomorrow night one of the earliest of the Holiday social events which Are of particular interest to the younger dancing set of this Section will he the Christmas dance of the Tous Unis club of Greensboro which will he held at Sedgefield j Manor tomorrow night sponsors for the affair include misses Ruth Pollock of High Point Eloise Hendrix Betty Urquhart and i Johnson of Greensboro and i mss Caddy Walker of Burlington. Prior to the Dame which begins at 9 10 p. Rn., club members and their Dales Are having a dinner party at Greensboro country club with Charles a. Hines jr., club president As Host. Dean Hudson and his Florida clubman Are playing for the i dance. Social Calendar it Esda y 6 15 p. In. A miss Rada Poston and mrs. Dennis Young will give the Christmas readings at the regular supper meeting of the business and professional Gills club being held at the y. W. A. Hut. 7 45 p. �?the local unit of the american legion auxiliary will have its regular meeting at the Blair Park clubhouse and afterwards the auxiliary and legion Post will have a joint Christmas party. Wives of legion members whether auxiliary members or not. Are invited to attend by the hostesses mesdames Dan Arden Tom Bates Oscar Smith and t. J. Greer. Wednesday i p. In. A the House and Garden club will have a christinas luncheon at the Home of mrs. Jack Wright 911 rotary drive. I p. In. A the twentieth Century study club will be entertained at a luncheon by mrs. J. A Thomas at her Home on Ottery drive. Those unable to attend Are asked to Cai the hostess. I p. In. The Burbank Garden club will have a progressive christinas Patty beginning with the program at the Home of mrs. A. Jones on Johnson Street refreshments following at mrs. A. W. Lemine s Home and Exchange of gifts with mrs. Fred White Scarver 8i>7 Parkway. 7 30 p. the women of the Moose will have a chapter night program at the Hail with mrs. Effie Bambi los in charge. 7 30 p. In. A the alumnae chapter of Alpha Theta Psi sorority will have its Christ Mas meeting with mrs. R. Hinshaw on rotary drive with i mrs. A. A. Koonts As associate hostess 7 45 p High Point i graduate nurses club Wilt hold its Christmas meeting at the Guilford general Hospital nurses Home. 8 30 p. �? the High Point i Council of jewish women will i meet with mrs. Jake Harris with mrs. Lou Ershler As associate hostess. Above Are some of tile persons who attended the a old fashioned Christmas party of the woman a Wesley Bible class at Wesley memorial methodist Church last night. Shown on the left is the president mrs. ,1. E. Hayden with the class teacher t. W. Sprinkle. Photos for the Enterprise by Smith s studio a a full program of festivities planned by Sedgefield Hunt for Holiday season Holiday festivities of the Sedge Field Hunt will get underway tomorrow with a live Hunt and the usual events supplemented by two Holiday teas will follow during the Christmas and new year reason. The live Hunt tomorrow will begin at 7 a. In Sharp according to an announcement made in the bulletin issued this morning and will Start from Sedgefield As usual while Hie saturday Hunt on december 23, will Start at Goode Watkins stables on the Groomtown Road. I to Miles below the Sedgefield Stabl first drag Hunt of the year will Start at 2 10 in the afternoon at Sedgefield inn and ill he followed by a Tea in the Grill at 5 of clock. Members Are asked to Wear full Hunt dress to this event. The years final fixtures will include a live Hunt on saturday december to. Casting from Adams farm at 8 a in and a gymkhana at Sedgefield stables on sunday december la at 2 30 the latter followed by a new yeat s eve Tea and barn dance at the Hunt club room at Sedgefield. These events Are open for members and out of county guests i next wednesday s fixture the i Only it was pointed out today. Year old today Bpwe votes Sio to Thomasville Impromptu club issues cards to Christmas dance next week special to the Enterprise Thomasville december 19. A cards Are being issued today by the Impromptu club to their annual Christmas dance which will be held tuesday evening. December 2 6, at the woman a club building on Elliott drive when dancing will be from 9 until i of clock. Russ Gregg and his popular orchestra of Salisbury will furnish dance music for this occasion and Holiday decorations will be an added feature of the evening. Approximately too cards Are being issued. Miss Priscilla Lambeth is serving As chairman of the dance committee and will be in charge of arrangements for the event which is to be a Holiday highlight for Impromptu members and their invited guests. Miss Lois Johnson left today for Oxford where she will spend the holidays at the Home of or. And mrs. Ben Parham the latter her sister. Mrs. Charles f. Finch and mrs r. S. Green served As associate hostesses for the Christmas meeting of the ladies Aid society of the first Baptist Church at the Home of the former on West main Street monday afternoon when mrs. Charles f. Lambeth vice president was in the chair. Mrs. W. E. Tomlinson was responsible for the devotionals an presented her Young son. William who gave the Christina Story in a creditable manner. Misc Mary Johnson Lambeth presented the program for the afternoon using As her topic a brahmanism a which she described As s sect of Hindo ism developing from mature worship to the be Lief in one god. She read excerpt Dom a Quot. Which ant philosophical writings by the in plans to Complete her program. The hostesses then served refreshments to those present giving each a Christmas Basket at a favor. Approximately thirty of Lvi were in attendance. There Are about 186 cows for every 1,000 persons in the United states. A a a after a hearing adjustment a front wheel on an automobile should spin freely with a slight Dot Gree of Side play being apparent binding will ruin the bearing. Parties planned to Honor miss Kirkman among the parties planned for this week to Honor miss Dorothy Kirkman whoa engagement to hem w. Marshall was recently announced will be a luncheon on thursday noon in Greensboro Ani a dessert Bridge which will be Given Here Friday afternoon. Joining hospitality at the luncheon will he miss Elizabeth Gurley. Maid of Honor at miss Kirkman a wedding on december 27, and misses Alma Andrews and Doro thy Hoskins the latter to be soloist at the wedding. The luncheon will he held at the Home of or. Herbert Cartland in Green abort. At i of clock with approximately i 4 guests invited the dessert Ridge at which mrs. Clyde Mikiell is to he hosted will he held at her Home. 402 Parkway Friday afternoon at 2 of clock and four tables of Bridge will be in play following the serving of refreshment according to present plans mrs. H. V. Koonts pupils give recital the music pupils of mrs. Henry v. Koonts entertained their parents at in attractive Christmas recital on saturday in the ladies parlor of the first presbyterian Church where a festive setting was achieved by Holiday greenery and Christmas candles. The children rendered Lovely selections each allowing remarkable ability and training in their renditions. Three pupils. Sarah and Margaret Barrier and Hallie Trepke were commended for their perfect practice records. The program opened and was concluded with the dinging of cd 1st Mas carols by the group with Hunter Dalton pissing the piano accompaniment and during the social hour refreshments were served. Children taking part were Sarah and Margaret Barrier a i lie Trepke. Ann Folger Janet sue Langley Pat g Roo me. Nancy Hall. Nancy to Smith Ann Wood. Sarah Shaw. Martha Ann Kluttz and Hunter Dalton or Owca club has Christmas party mein Liers of the Florence Nightingale club of the y. W. A enjoyed their annual Christmas supper at the hut last night. A lighted tree and a creche emphasised the Christmas atmosphere Aud a soft Light was supplied by Christmas tapers. Following supper gifts were distributed. Later the 32 club members present went to the Guilford county Sanatorium and the Homes of several shut ins to sing Christmas carols. Battle Forest fire Lake lube. Dec. 19. A it pm fire wardens and acc workers from Spindale fought a fire today on rumbling Laid Mountain Ilia has burned for two Davs. Empty stocking Wesley class has fund plans made an old fashioned Christmas party a to gift to the empty stocking fund was voted by the business and professional women a club at its regular meeting at the Elwood hotel last evening when routine business was transacted. The club also made arrangements to assist a coloured patient at the Guilford county Sanatorium a girl who has no family to care for her. Other regular business included tentative plans for future activities of the club. About people to firt Preston Griffin son of i. And i. Hair is. Grit Iii formerly of High Point and non living at in King Street in Linter j., in today observing ills first birthday. He is the grandson of irs. P. S. Griffin of to tent English Street. Beta Sigma Phis planning Holiday party for thursday members of i Phi sorority we Tho president min son at her Horn e Beta Sigma entertained by Josephine Gib on Forest Hill drive last evening w Hen eight members were in attendance and plans were made for the Holiday a activities. The club planned to help several unfortunate local families at j Christmas and also made definite i plans for their Christmas party Tjhin Irskay evening at the Home of miss Margaret Shields on Louise Avenue for members and invited i guests. Bridge will be the featured entertainment. Following the business session a social period was enjoyed when the hostess served ices and Christ i Mas cookies to misses Margaret Shields Pauline Kennett Sara i Forest Thompson Hildreth a Riel Virginia Dixon Anne Chappell and Frances Muse. Demo lays will announce dance sponsors sunday sponsors for tin Holiday Dante i which is being held at Sedgefield Manor Friday evening december j 29. By Tho local chapter of the i older of de Molly w ill he announced sunday chapter officers said today. The seven Young ladies who will serve As sponsors for the affair will he chosen from High Point and the Vicinity. Playing for the event will he Jimmie Llamas and his orchestra. Dance band which has been w Ell received in this set Hon recently dancing will begin at Sedgefield Manor at to p. In. And continue until 2 a. In. Hasty glee club s musical comedy to be Given tonight eight of clock is the hour or the presentation tonight at the Hasty High school of a musical comedy a the Gypsy Rover a by the school glee club. Miss Vesta Troxler is director for the performance with mrs Fletcher Millard As assistant director Aud dial list. Miss Mildred Marsh arrives to a night from new York where she is in school at shudder school and j will spend the holidays with her Mother. Mrs. J. K Marsh on i South main Street. Mrs. R. M Yamuna is expected to arrive tonight from her Home j in Washington d. To spend j the holidays with or. And or. Robert Bain. The latter her daughter at their Home in Emery we Ood estates. Mrs. William d. Lewis of Wiltshire Boulevard was taken to the Burins memorial Hospital yesterday for treatment and remains a patient there. Miss Dearie Gregory of lhl3 Lindsay Street is recuperating nicely from an operation which she recently underwent at the Burins memorial hot Lytal. Miss Sara Brandon a student at the Georgia state College for women. Milledgeville ga., has a Vived to spend the holidays with her parents or. And mrs R Brandon at 908 Mon lieu Avenue. Huge hats and flounces mustaches and top hats combined with an atmosphere of Complete Good will last night to give the Christmas party of the woman a Wesley Bible class of Wesley memorial methodist Church the cheery air of the old fashioned Christmas which it simulated. Garbed in costumes of bygone Days members of the class and their guests numbering about 90 in All heard mrs. John Eshel Nian read a humorous Christmas Story after carols had been Sung by the entire group. Later gifts were distributed by t. W. Sprinkle arid Royster Tucker. Or. Sprinkle teacher of the class received a Christmas rift concealed in a an Apple for the teacher a presented to him by mrs. Tom Sprinkle who was attired in childish old fashioned dress with Cap. Mrs. A f. Hayden president received her gift a pair of miniatures from the hands of her granddaughter Diana Tucker. Refreshments of fruit and stick Candy were also in keeping with the Oid fashion Ted Motif. In mesdames Rush and Leviner entertain to fete miss Kent music pupils give Holiday Musicale students of mrs. Sidney Gayle presented a delightful Christmas Musicale on saturday evening at the Home of mrs. Gayle 1012 club drive when a number of guests were present to enjoy the i Ort a in the Home was festive with its Christmas decorations of greenery and the Light from Many candles and formed an effective setting for the affair. The first part of the program was Given by the younger members of the class and in each selection the Melody and rhythm stood out clearly. This part closed with the singing of three carols by this group. The second partly of the program Ion a of a varied Type of numbers from the pick Ninny dance by Guion played by Peyton Voorhees to the Waltz in a minor by Chopin and a Schubert a Impromptu in a Flat played by miss Florence Ellis senior student of miss Gayle this year to the etude opus to number 12. I played by Robert Gayle talented i Young son of mrs. Gayle the i program closed in its customary i manner with the rendition of j Kohlmann a transcription of a silent night played at this time i by Peyton Voohees. I participating in the program j were Mil cent Marsh Geeky j Wall Rida Ingram. Betty Spear a Man. Ella Page Harrison Martha Mackenzie Sara Coe Hun sucker Peyton Voorhees. Meredith Clark Slane. Juanita cop i Pedge Florence Eltia and Robert Gayle. Cavalier club names Christmas dance sponsors four High Point girls ate in eluded in the sponsors for the Cavalier club s annual Christina dance which will he held or monday evening december 25. A Sedgefield Manor. It was learn today. They Are misses Jeanne rank j in. Betty secures. Helen Crowde j and Jacqueline Kennedy. Otho i sponsors Are misses Maralyl j Reeves and Maltha Burns Sharp of Greensboro. Rachael Al Keri i of Winston Salem and Meredit j Jackson of Charlotte the swing club orchestra i furnish music for the affair. Dam ing will Besin at to p. In. An continue until 2 a. In. State deaths e. V. Smith bites special to the Enterprise Thomasville december i funeral services for Everett Smith who died at his Home to Trinity route one. Sunday afternoon. Will be conducted t pleasant Hill methodist Church to it t Morrow afternoon at 2 10 of Doc i interment will be made in tit Church cemetery. A the dressing of hair was i i eloped to unprecedented Delabo lateness at the beginning of the i i 5th Century. He ago produce Chicago dec. 19.�?cjt a but Ter 645,564, steady Creaniery-91 score. 29 90. 28 a other prices j unchanged. Eggs 10,114, steady. Prices unchanged. I a \ uti p for Oats of Iller discomfort try Chi Chesters pills for functional periodic pain and disco Lori. Usually a lie Quick Reust. Ask your druggist for in the irradiation method of instilling Vitamin d into milk the j milk drip Down the aides of a sealed receptacle containing a powerful electric arc Light which is the equivalent of Sunshine and Shine on every drop. Finely engraved watches were made in the shape of skulls octagons. Crosses Little Hooks purses dogs and sea shells in Olden Days. Cd i cd Esters pills the Diamond in business Over Brand a so Vears miss Lucille Ingram a member of the Robbinsville school faculty arrives tonight to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents or. Sud mrs. Fred l. Ingrain at 604 Jones Street. Billy Barker a member of the freshman class at Davidson College. Has arrived to spend the holidays with his parents. Or. Ami mrs. W. Marline Barker at their Home on Thurston Street. Mrs A Boone of Atlanta. Cia., aunt of mrs. Harker is also expected to arrive tomorrow for a Short visit in the Barker Home. Miss Pearl Thompson who is in school this year at Farmville state teachers College Farmville va., will arrive tomorrow to he the Holiday guest of her parents. Or. And mrs. J. V. Thompson 518 Parkway. Miss Retty Jackson also a student there will arrive at the same time to spend the holidays with her parents. Or. And mrs. W l. Jackson on Forest Hill drive. Or. And mrs i. L i Campbell and daughter miss Rachel Ann Mcclat Nybell. Of Archdale left today for Marshall ind., where they were called by the death of or. Mccampbelle smother mrs. J. H. Mccampbell whose death occurred Early this morning. Funeral arrangements had not been completed but services will probably be held tomorrow. Rodney Snow. Jr., student at the University of North Caro Lina. Chapel Hill Bas arrived to spend the holidays with Bis parents or. And mrs Rodney Snow on Wood Brook court mrs. Huston Broome underwent an appendectomy at the Guilford general Hospital on saturday and is recuperating satisfactorily from the operation it was Learned today. Mesdames Clyde Rush and Olin Leviner joined hospitality at the Home of the former 410 Tate Street recently to Honor miss i Nellie sue Kent Bride elect of december 2 2 when she will wed i Willis Robert Kerr brother of j the hostesses. The Bride elect was presented with a Lovely Corsage on her arrival mrs. Hubert Lane Barrier and miss Cleo Cranford who furnished music during the evening. Also receiving corsages. Contests were enjoyed prizes going to mrs Barrier and miss Ollie Brown and the highlight of the evening was the presentation of a Shower to the Bride elect As mrs. Barrier violinist land miss Cranford pianist played the bridal chorus from wag a tier s a a Lohengrin a mat y Joanne land Paul Douglas Kerr Niece and Nephew of the hostesses entered j dressed As Bride and Groom drawing a Wagon helped with gifts. Metier wedding music was rendered As j the gifts were opened. When refreshments were served the Honoreen plate was marked by a Crystal Slipper filled with notes containing advice from the guests miss Ollie Brown and miss Catherine Howard served a Sweet course and Tea. Former residents of this City wed in Danville a. Of interest to friends Pere is i the announcement of the Marri i agr of miss Minnie Myrtle Nunn i formerly of tills City to Dubert Lee Ferguson of Liberty. The wedding took place on december 16 in Danville va., with Rev. A g Carter officiating. Or. Ferguson is the daughter of or. And mrs M. Nunn of Liberty who formerly made their Home in Trinity. The Groom is the son of w. A. Ferguson of Liberty and the late mrs. Fer Guson. The Young couple were married Jon the list anniversary of the a marriage of the brides parents. They will he at Home in Liberty after the Christmas holidays. Wal in amp Model k-80 j Quick Katy. Get me the Rad in Stere. Tie got to buy that Ria Victor a so today or it Uoti i reach my daughter in time for Christmas a Gram Paw Toro picked a Winner when he picked a ic-80it got push Button tuning on 8 Tatiom 12�?� speaker grand ton 3-band american and foreign reception Puth pull output built in Loop Antenna Quot plug a connection for Victrola or television attachment. Imam Mold Vatu i Rose furniture co. A jct South main Phon e Buu

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