High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Dec 28 1939, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 28, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page six Sec. Athe High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point. North Carolina thursday december 211. 103. . .w.w. Social and club activities social Calendar m. J. Wrenn entertains at Brilliant reception following Kirkman Marshall vows Madeline Hoover editor phone 89sp on office hours 9 a m to 12 m v.v.,.v.v.%,.v.,.v.v.,.v.%swing club has open House for Holiday season the swing dub was entertained with an informal open House sunday afternoon from 3 of lock until to of eur k Lay the flub president miss Ben Over Fash on the Thomasville Hoad. Members and their escorts were greeted at the door by the hostess assisted by misses Annie Man Reeve and Mary Jensen. The rooms were attractively decorated in Holiday colors. The Mantle was banked with Holly Evergreen and Mistletoe flanked with holders containing tall red candles. The dining to tile was spread with an imported lace cloth. A Large reflector entered the table with a fruit bowl surrounded by Christ Mas greenery ill the it enter. At each end were red tapers in Crystal holders. The Center of interest was the decorated Christmas Nee from which novel presents for everyone were distributed. Singing of carols and chatting furnished entertainment. A Large decorated cake with a merry Christmas swing club inscribed As Well As sandwiches. Candies and hot Coffee were served to those present. I Bidav in 12 45 the Canterbury club will hold its at Inual Christmas luncheon in the private dining room of the Sheraton hotel. All members Are expected to be in attendance. To p. In.�?. The High Point order of Demolay will present its Christmas dance at the Wedgefield Manor with Jimmy Harris and his orchestra playing. S x i i Row 4 to p. Rn.�?. A Tea dance will be Given by the Piedmont German club at the Emery Wood country club with Eddie Wittstein and his orchestra playing. This is the Annua new years eve dance but is being held on this Date since the customary Date Falls on sunday. Bride of yesterday pictured Bere in mrs. Hither Bernard who. Prior to Ber marriage Iii Richmond. X a. Yesterday afternoon was i Marian Elliott daughter of Thomas Graham Elliott of till i Aik was Ami the late mrs. Henrietta xxx bile Elliott. Eyes examined glasses fitted or. Nat Walker Pareti l attention to t of i i Dren i j phone 2962 office Over a Walgreen s drug i i family finish the for invt laundry service available i lat xxx Ark. My la wearing apparel ult la Tuuu Izui bundle. 91.00 _ Jei Teim. _ hots Vesov alanine plume us i Point s Only to it Watier miss Elliott weds Gilbert s. Bernard in Richmond vows drawing wide interest is the formal announcement made today. Of the marriage of miss Marian Louisa Elliott and Gilbert s. Bernard popular local couple which was solemnized yesterday afternoon in Richmond. A in a ceremony characterised by simplicity. For her nuptials the Brid s Musante club Holiday dance draws about 300 about 300 members and guests upended the Holiday dance of the so Musante club Young women a social organization which was held last night at the Emerywood country club. Receiving guests on arrival were the club officers with their escorts As follows miss Mary Lewis Millis president with John Diffendale miss Betty Hunt Murray. Vice president with Lawson Ingram miss belly Hardin Secretary. With Charles Jarrell and miss Doris Stroup treasurer. With Penn Wilson Jimmie Farr and his orchestra from the University of North Carolina furnished music for the affair during intermission club members with their escorts and several additional guests were entertained at an intermission party by Frank Dalton and at the dose of the dance about 40 persons including dub members were guests of Harris Covington at a breakfast at his Home on Rockford Road the Home of mrs. A j. Wrenn 104 West Broad Street was the scene of a Brilliant reception lad evening when mrs. Wrenn entertained to Honor or. And mrs. Henry w. Marshall following their marriage at Wesley memorial Church which took place at eight of clock. The Bride is the tonner miss Dorothy Kirkman and a Niece of the hostess. Receiving at tile Entrance to the Home was mrs. A f. Hayden who directed to or. And mrs a Tibrey Poston and or. And mrs. W. G. Kirkman who received in the Entrance Hall and introducing to the receiving line was mis. O Arthur Kirkman. Receiving with or. Wrenn were or. And mrs. P. V. Kirkman parents of the Bride the Bride and Groom and members of their wedding party with miss Mildred Jones of St. Augustine fla., t. A. Kirkman. Brother of the Bride mrs. Bess Marshall Roberts sister of the bridegroom and Ber daughter miss Nancy Ford both of Raleigh and or. And mrs. Embree la Blackard. Greeting the guests at the door leading into the hallway were or. And mrs. L. If. Fus Ell of Rose Hsii who directed to or and mrs. Forrest Murray who received at the door to the music room in which or. And mrs Charles f. Carrolljr. Received directing toward Lite dining room were or. Aud mrs Paul w. Casey and inviting the guests inside was mrs. George Welch. Tile table was Lovely with its handsome cloth of lace and Cut work and it Central decoration featured two exquisite Christmas Trees in miniature. Made of White Narcissi arranged at either end of a reflector. Elsewhere in the rooms a profusion of Cut Flowers was effectively used and the other rooms of tile Nome also took the form of a veritable Flower Garden with a variety of Cut Flowers in every available spot. Serving the Dainty bridal ices and individual cakes and mints in the Green and White color note were misses Marguerite Murray. Betty Lam Warner. Jennie Lou Jones Mary Jane Wilson Betsy Yow Mary Caroline Simmons. To Ingram. Harriett Jones and miss Roberts both of Raleigh. Passing from the dining room guests were met by or and mrs. William d Simmons who directed to the Library where mrs. J. E Kirkman or. And mrs. Edward Gulley a lid mrs Minnie p. Vail received. Presiding Over the Bride s Hook Here were or. And mrs Felix gee of Lexington. As the guests departed by a Side Entrance goodbyes were said to or. And mrs. David t. Yow. A Large number called during Church social a in a a in a ii i ii my i irm a i i is lass postpones dinner tile class dinner of the Young menus Bible class of the first Baptist Church of which Thom As Dodamead is the teacher has been postponed from tomorrow evening to the following Friday. January 5. The dinner will take plate at the Church at 6 a to . Pfc exx Orth Leali k it is meeting in Aiu Hoa Lemr. And mrs. Orville Kara Hee entertained the Epworth league of Ebenezer Church at their Home in Archdale Park on Christmas night. After games and contests refreshments were served. Lebanon Rainbow class xxx ill i get the girls of the Rainbow sunday school class of Lebanon j methodist Church will hold their j monthly meeting on Friday night december 29. At the Home of mrs. Ernestine White off the Winston a Salem Highway. Everyone is urged to he present and to dress in the j a a sixties style and carry a Little gift which will be the admission card. A Good a old fashioned time is expected and each member i urged to be present Betty of Sirk Eland born at Hoxie Here or and mrs. James Stilt a i a till announce the birth of a daughter Bettyjo. On saturday december 16, at their Home. 40 Centennial Avenue. Mrs. Strickland is the former miss Marie Murdock of High Point. Japan will a a purify its Laws because they Are a stained too much with Western How to relieve misery of your Chest the appointed hours to enjoy the hospitality of the hostess and to extend greetings to the Bride and Groom. Massage Throat Chest and Back Artty i plenty of v leks vap rub at bedtime. Then spread a thick layer on Chest and cover with a warmed cloth. Vapour by a double action brings double Relief. It acts As a poultice to penetrate the surface skin and its soothing medicinal Vapours Are breathed direct to the irritated air passages. Try it to loosen phlegm to Clear air passages Check tendency to cough and also to relieve the tightness and a soreness of Chest Muscles. Also to relieve the Vicks w vap rub about people nose a amp even when Aik Fahy penetr0 nose drops spread in with rest i Aid for head colds nasal miseries beginning Friday december 29th Perkinson after Christmas pre inventory Sale on the threshold of the new year we wish to Tell you How grateful we Are for your patronage and consideration during the year 1939 and to ascertain that this advertisement with its remarkable value does not escape your attention. Come Early. 25% to 50% reductions except merchandise signed by agreement not to reduce Chase department a ii i cigarette Hove cocktail set Fri Pultor 25% and 50% off 4 nil for Din Redwood i rays amp bowls 331% off Siler fluted tray and x Genable dishes 25% off u gift dept. Items 25% to 331% off two Hest of Sterling Silver Seelal for this event \ Price Sterling bowls Bon lion Ake platen Candle St in k 20% off table and boudoir lamps 25% off leather goods off ring locket costume jewelry 20% off one group watches i Price masons y Jemm to North main St. Friends of mrs. W. H. Clapp will regret to learn that she is ill at the Burma memorial Hospital. Among the local people in attendance at the private Dame Given by or. And mrs. John i Filer of Winston Salem at the old town country huh near that City last evening were miss r Caroline Dalton and Helen Marie i Sheloff xxx. To Jones. Jr., and Bill Siceloff we or. And or. Edwin Alderman Smith and daughter. Mary Alderman. Were called yesterday to St. Paul. N. Cd where they were ailed by the death of or. Smiths Mother mrs. Marcus Smith which occurred yesterday afternoon after a Long illness last rites were to he held St St. Paul this afternoon at three o clock. Wee mrs c. Hey Smith is quite 111 Al her Home. 906 Bridges Street. Where she is suffering from an attack of influenza mrs. Ray n. Caudle employed with the local Western Union Branch office is Iii with influenza at her Home in Trinity friends will regret to learn. Noel Coward Maut ice Che Valier Princess Aspasia of Greece and prominent social figures attended a performance of cowards a Weed end in Paris re i entry. Germany s clothes rationing cards contain too coupons which must last a year. 20 being forfeited for a skirt four for a pair of Stock in. 15 for a Vest and 20 for a shirt. A a Germany estimates its 1939 Grain crop was sufficiently Large to meet All the a country a requirements without disturbing its big Quot National Grain reserved of former seasons. Was attired in a handsome dress of ashes of roses in Light weight Woolen material with smart hat of Black Straw trimmed with grosgrain ribbon to match her dress. Other accessories were of Black and Over her costume she wore a fitted Black coat made on tailored lines while at her shoulder was a single White Orchid. Mrs Bernard is the attractive daughter of Thomas Graham Elliott of 4if i Parkway and the late mrs. Henrietta White Elliott. She is popularly known both Here and elsewhere in this Section of the state and is a member of Hie girls Pentagon club exclusive social Organiza Hon of this City. She attended the High Point schools and completed her education at email College. Gainesville. A where she specialized in commercial training and for several years has been connected with the offices of the High Point merchants association. Or. Bernard is the son of or. And mrs. A. Bernard of 512 Sunset drive. He also attended the High Point City schools and is now in business Here being owner and manager of Gilbert s shoe store. Immediately after the ceremony. The couple left for a wedding trip to Washington Baltimore and other Points North and on their return about january first will be at Home at 4 01 Parkway this City. Formal announcements of the j wedding were issued late yes j Gerdav and read As follows a emr. Thomas Graham Elliott announces the marriage of his i daughter Marian Louise to or. Gilbert Solomon Bernard wednesday december Twenty seventh. Richmond enclosed cards read a at Home after Janu Ary first lot Parkway High Point. N. Richardson s greatest ready to Wear prices stashed i ladies Winter Coats were 16.50 now $9oo 7 ladies Winter Coats were 19.95 now. $11 of 8 ladies Winter Coats a Amu now. S7 00 15 ladies Winter Coats were 10.95 now. $7 00 4 ladies Winter Coats were 29.95 now. Is 7 00 i ladies fur Coats was 39.95 now $2250 % Price dress Sale is of $ 1.49 2 Racks ladies silk dresses a were $2.00�?n o i rack ladies silk dresses were $2.98 n o a. La ladies silk and Wool Robes reduced to i/2 Price Price Sale of All Towel sets 1/2 Price Sale everyday useful items swing sets Large wooden Pacques closet sets Ash trays manicure sets Cut Glass powder Box Reading lamps baby toilet sets Book ends Dresser sets sofa pillows toilet sets Price 1/2 Price Sale men s items. Men s tie and Hankie set menus tie and Suspender set men s Billfold menus military sets menus travelling sets menus silk scarfs menus Wool scarfs boys Cowboy suits department store Price

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