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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 31, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Pagh two Sec. The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of High Point North Carolina sunday december 31. I9. I9 Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 45fir social and dial hives 8 30 a a. To 12 Nood saturdays 8 30 a a. To 6 . Canterbury club celebrates fifteenth anniversary with Holiday luncheon Thomasville Bride a Long original poem dealing a with the beginnings of the Canterbury club and containing Clever personal references to the member especially written by mrs. Craven Page for the clubs 15th anniversary was a feature of the program of the annual Canterbury Holiday luncheon and anniversary Celebration at the Sheraton hotel Friday. Entitled a the incomplete chronicle of the Canterbury club and signed with mrs. Pages a to name. Gertrude Cook rage the poem was introduced by the following Clever verse a listen my children and you shall hear no Midnight ride of Paul re vere. But a tale of the Good ship Canterbury that has ploughed its Way through Many a dreary i Lay of depression. Day of mirth and this is How she got her birth. A twas fifteen years ago today that Maria and i to the other did say let us Here and now a Book club form for surely that could be no the poem was read by mrs. Hoke Bullard following a Brief explanation by mrs. Everett Marsh. The program was preceded by the serving of a Turkey luncheon and the Holiday atmosphere was emphasized by decorations of Silver and Green and by tiny Poinsettia favors at each place. Attending the luncheon was one visitor miss Ruth Butler of Bristol term., who is visiting her sister. Mrs. Harry l. Broc Kernann and the following club members mesdames Roy Spearman Craven Page Everett Marsh de Lyon j. W. Lindsay w. B. Hall w. F. Ellis jr., Carson Burns Hoke Bullard. Harry Broc Kernann c. M. Waynick. Louis Voorhees and v. D. Sale or. Greensboro a. A u. W. Invites local Branch to annual banquet january 8 members of the local Branch of tire american association of University women have been tendered an invitation in a letter to or. Alice Paige White local president which reads in part As follows a the Greensboro Branch of the a. A. U. W. Extends a cordial invitation to the High Point Branch members of the a. A. U. W. To attend their annual banquet which is being held at the Greensboro country club Irving Park at 6 30 p in. On monday january 8. A we Are honoured in having or. Alice Baldwin Dean of the Wom an s College of Duke University As our speaker. Dean Baldwin is Well known for her Active interest in the Fellowship program of our National invitations Are also being extended to the branches at Chape Hiu Durham Burlington and Winston Salem the letter states and since the High Point Branch is sponsoring the organization of a Branch at Lexington. Lexington eligible Are also being invited. Mrs. White is requesting that All local members who propose to at. Tend notify her As soon As possible. Jit i Jfe it or. W. K. Metier Bride of a Thomasville Minster was the former miss Velma per Star of Wingate and Raleigh prior to her marriage which took place on Christmas a at the Home of her sister mrs. T. S. Lawrence in Clemmons. Or. Mcgee is pastor of the first Baptist Church of Thomasville. Milwaukee guests honoured at open House by or. And mrs. E. A Kline honouring or. And mrs. E. M. Jones and son Jack of Milwaukee wi., their House guests for the holidays or. And mrs. E. A. Kline entertained Friday evening at their Home on Sunset drive with an informal open House. Or. And or. Kline and the Jones family received in the living room where arrangements of Pink roses Aid White Narcissi predominated and lighted candies banked with Christmas greenery were used on the mantel. Pink and White snap dragons were arranged in the Library. And in the dining room a he table was entered with an antique Crystal Punchbowl banked with Holly and Cedar flanked with White candles. Here mrs. W. W. Walker. Or. L. E. Klutts. And mrs. Fred Whitescarver served punch with fruit cake. Christ Mas cookies and other pastries with mints. About go people called Between the hours of 8 and la to meet the klines visitors for whom a number of additional social event will be Given before their return to Milwaukee next week. Goodbyes were said by mrs a. M. Richardson. Thomasville Phi betas entertained by mrs r. L. Lambeth in Greensboro Thomasville. Dec. 30. A special a members of the local Phi Beta club which also draws members from Greensboro and Winston Salem were entertained at a delightful Holiday luncheon on Friday afternoon when mrs. Al l. Lambeth of Greensboro was hostess at her Home there. Following a Brief business session guests were invited into the dining room where the table was entered with a colourful arrangement of red roses and White snapdragons. A three course Turkey dinner was served to mesdames Charles f. I Lambeth e. W. A ates Harry Lee Lambeth m b Hite. Ralph Wilson. C. H. Newby j a w. Dixon and miss Mamie an j a t r h Harris club members while or Thomasville and new years dance tomorrow night at Emerywood club first event of 1840 for members of the Emerywood country club will be the annual new years dance which will he held at the club tomorrow evening. Dancing will begin at 9 30 in the main lounge of the club and continue until a late hour with John Peddicord and his popular Winston Salem orchestra a favorite with the club members furnishing dance music. Another january event set for this week is the regular biweekly Bridge party for ladles of the club membership which will begin at 3 p. In. On tuesday. Or. Rob it Sieloff and mrs. A. L. Stevens will act As club hostesses for this event. Ray Street p. T. A. Plans Board meet and study group the regular monthly meeting of the executive Hoard o the Hay Street Parent teacher association will he held on wednesday morning at to of clock instead of the usual hour of 10 30 of clock. Following the Hoard meeting. The regular study group will be held with mrs. Mabel Burnett local girl scout executive As guest speaker. All members of the association Are especially urged to attend the study group and visitors will be Welcome mrs. Sam Tobias president announced yesterday. Ewe daughter Hohn to air Llda if. 4�?Toi Elk or. And mrs. R. H. Taylor announce the birth of a daughter Ramona i be on december 27 at the Burrus memorial Hospital. Mrs. Taylor was formerly miss Rose Perdue. Rose Lambeth was a visitor. The meeting of the Thomasville Garden club. Scheduled for tuesday 2. Has been postponed until tuesday january 9, one pm Jim Slock jews Lii. 10% to 50% discount a entire gift shop 3 3 Viz off berths a a serenade As the vows were spoken. The Bride wore a becoming suit of Navy Blue trimmed in a lighter Shade of Blue and a full length coat of Navy with Blue accessories completed her costume. At her shoulder she wore orchids. Mrs. Veach is the daughter of mrs Nacy Lyon of Elkin and a graduate of the Mills Home High school. She later attended Meredith College and for the past two years has made her Home Here where she is employed As Secretary in the Stroupe Mirror company. Or. Veach is the ton of or. Veach of near a graduate of Hasty High school. He later attended High Point College and is now connected with Holton furniture company this City. After a Short wedding trip the w Eek later according to an an-1 Ali a pm at 11 nou Cement made today. This for Yth 8treet Thomasville. Meeting will be held at ten of clock at the Home of mrs. T. A. J Sykes on West main Street with mesdames r. D. Bevan and j. C. I Auman As joint hostesses. Mrs. J. K Latham of Greensboro will he guest speaker at this time. Or. And mrs. D. M. Jester and family will return monday from Timberland where they have been spending several Days with or i jesters parents or. And or n. A. Mcdonald. Miss Susanna Matthews and it Roger Matthews left yesterday for Elkin where they will spend several Days with relative. Or and or. C. I. Harris had As their dinner guests at their j Home Here sunday or. And mrs. I James Taylor of Roanoke. Va., i mrs. Ora Boggs and or. C. Sigma n. Christmas decorations graced the attractive Home and an appropriate Center piece a used on the table where covers were Laid for even. Min Nhsn a ii. It a or. And mrs John r. Myers ii i As their dinner guests at their Home on the i Lexington j Road Friday evening or. And or. Charles j. Snell of Woodbury n. J. Miss male Snell and misses j j Fanny and Lena Myers. Announcement is made of the marriage of miss Betty Lyon and Marvin Homer Veach which was solemnized on sunday december 24. At 8 30 in the evening at the first Baptist Church when or. W. K. Mcgee officiated. The ring ceremony was used in the presence of the families and close friends of the couple. Tile Bride and bridegroom entered together to the strains of the bridal chorus from Wagner a a Lohengrin played by or. I. G. Greer who rendered softly Schu Randall Rucker vows solemnized in Home ceremony impressive in its quiet simplicity was the Early morning wadding solemnized at the Home of the Groom Here sunday morning december 24, at nine of clock when miss Clara Randal became the Bride of Wade Montreville Rucker jr., or. Embree h. Black Ard pastor of Wesley memorial Church was the officiating minister and used the ring ritual with Only a few close friends and relatives in attendance. The Bride and Groom entered the living room together where the vows were spoken under a Cluster of Christmas Bells. The Bride was attired for her nuptials in a handsome gown of Teal Blue made Street length with full skirt and High neck. Her hat was a turban of Blue and her accessories were of Black. Her Only ornament was an old fashioned necklace which was a gift from the grooms father to his Mother while at her shoulder was a Corsage of roses Lily of the Valley and baby breath. Mrs. Rucker is the daughter of i. Lillian Randall Aud the late l. G. Randall of Little Rivers s. A. But for some time has made her Home in new York City. Or. Rucker son of or. And mrs. W. M. Rucker sr., of this City received his education in the local schools and has been located in new York also for several years. After the ceremony the Bride changed to a travelling costume of Black trimmed with Silver Fox fur and the couple left for a wadding trip to Florida and other Southern Points. Formal announcements were issued Reading As follows a mrs. Lillian Randall announces the marriage of her daughter Clara to or. Wade m. Rucker jr., on sunday december the Twenty fourth Nineteen Hundred and thirty nine High Point n. C. At Home after january 3, 1940, 44 West 75th Street. New York on saturday evening prior to the vows on sunday mrs. W. M. Rucker sr., entertained with the traditional cake cutting at her Home on fifth Street. Kinsey Julian vows of armistice Day announced Here today mrs. J. W. Kinsey is today announcing the marriage of her daughter. Chessie to Joseph v. Julian of this City. The ceremony was performed at 7 p. In. On armistice Day in Danville. A. With Rev. Thomas r. Reeves methodist preacher of Bride and Groom in miss Minnie Millican weds Owen Shoat in ceremony in Danville drawing interest is the formal announcement made today of the marriage of miss Minnie Leo Millikan and Owen Shoat of Thomasville which was solemnized in Danville a. In a simple ceremony on december 16. For her nuptials the Bride wore a gown of Blue with veiled hat and other accessories of Black and fitted coat made on tailored lines while at her shoulder was a Corsage of rosebuds. She is the daughter of j. G. Millikan of Thomasville and the late mrs. Nannie Lee Everhart Millikan. Or. Shoaf is the son of t. F. Shoaf of Thomasville route one and the late mrs. Eva Mae Dele Shoaf. Or. And mrs. Shoaf Are at Home to their friends at Iid Johnston Street. Thomasville. Make 1940 your happiest year with a new Maytag or. Andis. Wade m. Rucker jr., Are pictured above in a photograph taken immediately after their marriage in a Home ceremony Here last sunday morning. The Bride is the former mks Clara Randall daughter of irs. Lena Rundall and the late a a. Randall of Little River s. Hoisting. Present to witness the ceremony were or. Aud mrs. C. 8. Julian the former a Nephew of the Groom. The Bride Wor wine with Matching accessories Anu a shoulder Corsage of Talisman roses and Sweet peas. She is the daughter of mrs. J. W. Kinsey and the late or. Kinsey of this City and received her education in the City schools graduating with the class of 1930. The Groom is the son of mrs. A r. Julian and the late or. Julian of pleasant Garden. He is connected with the Julian tile company of this City and the couple Are now making their Home at Joi Oakwood court. Kirkman kindergarten will reopen wednesday or. Walter Kirkman kindergarten school. Which has \ been closed for the Holiday sea j son will reopen for regular i work on wednesday morning i january 3. Mrs. Kirkman announced yesterday. Only $4 50 Down and $5.00 monthly Culler appliance company Nhi h. Washington phone a Jinni St. Richardson s1 Hery monday Only i Al jeweler 128 South main Street i social arts club has guests for Holiday dinner members of the social arts club and their husbands were entertained it a Holiday dinner party at the Home of or and mrs. W. J. Frazier on Mon lieu Avenue wednesday night. Dinner a served in two course at Small tables with Randy filled red stockings As favors reminiscent of the Christina just past. Entering the tables were tiny a a Kewpie dolls wearing ribbons marked �?~�?~1940�?� As a foretaste of the approaching new year. Gaines and contests followed the dinner and e. Z. Jones gave it humorous Reading to close the program a which was arranged by a committee composed of mrs. J. N. Mccrary mrs. Leland b. Nelson and mrs. A m. Upshaw. Eight couples attended the dinner prints fast color it rile remnant Iii Fine Quality. A real bargain at this Low Price Only Yard prices greatly reduced to Clear before inventory silk remnants group i one thousand pieces of coloured Potery slightly imperfect. A wide Choice of kinds to select from monday Only at each. C four big tables of silk in remnants these Are real bargains at this Low Price monday Only at Yard. Lengths. 18c prints 36�?� wide 80 Square prints in Lovely pattern first Quality regular 19c value o for Only Yard. Nov printed Percale 36�?� wide fast color printed Percale Iii remnant lengths. Bargain priced at on Yard curtain material 40�?� wide Fine curtain material in first Quality. All colors to select from bargain o priced for Only Yard. Department store a the big bargain store Percale his wide solid color Percale remnant. Fast color. All color to choose from liar gain priced at Only i Yard. Etc group 2 you will find Miny uses for this unusual group As they Are colourful. Priced Low for their real value monday Only at each. C group 3 this group consists of a wide selection of items that Are Worth Many times this Low Price. Special for monday Only at each. C group a Large pieces Are included in this group Sinh a vases Flower pots and let owl. These will add plenty to All indoor Flowers special for Only each. C hosiery special special for monday Only. Ladies full fashion three thread wingless hosiery in All new shades. Run of the Mill Quality Only pair for guaranteed values

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