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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 31, 1939, High Point, North Carolina A of Fot h Sec. The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point. North Carolina a sunday. December 31, v Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4568 social and dial hours 8 30 . To 12 noon Santti Dayr 8 30 . Fee 6 p i. My vows announced before her marriage in Danville v., on december 38. Which in being announced today by her Parent or. And or. I it. M. Holder or. Ralph John nearby pictured above Arna i Faye France Holder of thin City. Photo by Kin it ii studio. Holder Newby vows during holidays announced Here today or. And or d. M. Holder of route two Ara Iod a announcing the marriage of their daughter Faye France to Ralph John Newby which occurred in a quiet ceremony in Danville va., on december 23. Rev. J. Pletcher Dehorn officiated and mis i it or Othy Kennedy and Nealy Darner witnessed the ceremony. The Bride wore Teal Blue with coat and acce Aarlea the ceremony. Her of sweetheart Rose the daughter of or. M. Holder and re at Copeland Frye Crouse and Nance Frazier vows solemnized a full length of wine for Corsage was Bud she i and or. D calved her education High school. Or Newby i the son of or and Mig. J a. New by of Tia City he a educated in the local achoo and i employed with the mechanical department of the High Point Enterprise or and or. New by Are Mak j log their Home with the Bride-1 Groom Parent at 215 Chestnut Strait. Tea and topics club meeting on thursday with mrs. F. L. Porter the Tea and topic be entertained at its regi ing on thursday after or. F. Logan Pewter at on Fairway drive the will be in k. Poston. The meeting will at 330 of clock. Club will Niar meet ii no n by her Home program in a simple double ceremony in the methodist parsonage at Danville a at High noon saturday. December 23, the marriage of miss Rosa Bee Crouse to w. Austin Frye and miss Myrtle fave Nance to Preston a Fra her were solemnized by Rev. Leonard Reid Black. Mrs. Fry the daughter of i in it or. And or. A Crouse of Trinity wore a two piece suit of wine Wool with Brown fur jacket and Brown accessories and mrs Frazier daughter of or. And mar Nance of Thomasville. A attired in a fitted Model of Tea Blue Alpaca crepe with Navy accessories. Or free son of w. Fry and the late mrs. Frye attended Guilford business College and is now employed with the Burlington Mills. The couple Are living with his father on route two. Trinity. Or. Frasier is the son of p r Frazier of Trinity Sud is employed with the it Enn hosiery Mills in Thomasville where the it Cupl will make their Home on Randolph Street a Priscilla club to meet with mrs. Ring Friday afternoon the regular meeting of not when a durable colourful genuine Ruber Oid roof costs so Little just the Bingle you it irn looking for., he / in Berend Square Tab strip. Here a real rooting Economy for you. Using these strip shingles is just like lasing several units at one time. In terms of real Economy that Means less time and labor Coats in applying them. Your pocket Book. Will appreciate that saving. With rub Eroid Square tabs Oscr your roof you can always be assured of a Cri Anent roof Protection for these shingles possess the same strength and durability for whish rub Eroid shingles have Long teen famous. Hie Rich warm colors and color blends available enable you to select a roof Bat will harmonize correctly with the architectural needs of your Home and its surrounding landscape. Rub Eroid Square tabs Are equally adapted for new construction. Tor re rooting and re Sidig. We shall be pleased to show you samples and quote prices. We make no charges for securing Loans for your repairs $60 to $2,500. $100 of will Cost you Only $5.98 per month for 18 months no Cost to Borrower. No red tape. No delay. No mortgage required. A loan May be secured in addition to existing mortgage. Snow lumber co. About people miss Ruth Butler of Bristol. Tenn., is her for a two weeks visit with her sister mrs. Harry a Brockmann at her Home on Fairway. Or. And mrs. Roy Wright and son Roy jr., of 1309 East Green Street and miss Ozeila blown of Lexington have returned to their Home after spending the Christmas holidays in Miami Fla. Yay mrs. J. C. Lawrence and daughter Betsy Are leaving today to join or. Lawrence in Richmond va., where he recently accepted a position and where they will make their Home at the travel Erst hotel y y y or. And mrs. . H. Gibson and Little grand daughter Mary Alice Bailee have returned from Booneville where they spent the holidays with mrs. Gibson a brother. F. M. Wood ouse and family. Y y y miss a Manderson of Knoxville tenn., is spending the week end with mrs Evelyn bal Lew at 106 Oakwood court y y mrs i Fey Horton is returning monday from new York City where she has been spending a week. Y y y mis v b. Cecil remains quite ill at her Home on Centennial Avenue Extension where she has been confined to her bed for the past two weeks y y y or. And mrs c. R. Myers and daughters Ruth and Jewell a j companies by mrs. R w. Myers and miss Luzena Black have just i returned from a trip to Florida j and other Southern Points during the holidays. Y y y among guests entertained during the Holiday by or. And mrs. L. R. Hunt at their Home on Ferndale drive were or. Aud j mrs. J. Edward kale of Lincolnton i Camille Hunt. Or. And mrs. J. A Mccrary. John and Betty Mccrary. Mrs. Q. We Monteagle and mrs. Woodrow Mckay All of Lexington and or. Mrs. R Nat Hunt and i daughter Barbara of Wadesboro y y y t. F. Baker who has been ill for several Days is still confined to his had at i Home on the Asheboro Road friends will i regret to learn. A Bertrand Yare has returned to a Washington. D. Cd. After spending the Haliday with his Mother. Mrs. Cora is Btl 617 Wesley place. Y y y mrs. Marvin Andrews of Trinity and or. O. M. Andrews of High Point Are expected Home tonight after spending two week in Gary ind., a guests of mrs Marvin Andrews daughter mrs c. W. Spencer. Y y y misses Jean and Rachel Hunt daughters of or and mrs. L. R Hunt Are returning to their i Home on Ferndale drive this week end after spending the Christmas holidays with friends and relative in Rockingham. Wadesboro and Lexington. Y y y Geraldine. Dorothy and Kathleen nit Hoodoo Are recovering satisfactorily at their Home on River drive from Tonsillectomy is w hich they underwent Here on thursday. Y y y or. And mrs Wilfrid Sechrest returned yesterday morning to their Home in new York City after spending the Bris Mas holidays with or. Sechrest a parents or. And mrs. Hunter Becharn Washington Street y y y Charles Grayson Young son of or and mrs. C. I Young 1203 English Street has returned to the United states naval training school in Norfolk va., after spending the Christmas holidays with his parents enlisting in the Navy in september he was one of the men chosen last month for training in the school where he will study radio service. Yay or. And mrs. Edgar Johnson had As their guests at their Home 1104 Blain Street during the holidays or. And mrs Silas m. Johnson and two daughters mrs. Frances Johnson and mrs. Ralph Bowman of Walnut Cove. They Are the Pat outs Aud Sisters of or. Johnson. % y y y miss Allah Vii of a non of Charlotte who has been 111 for th1 past week at the Home of her sister. Mrs. R c. Boyd. 911 English St Recd. Is now reported to he improving y y y or. Bob Parham left today for Portsmouth va., after spending the holidays with her parents or. And mrs. Bud Kearns of 402 Woodrow Avenue. A $ mrs. Clarence f. Hedrick who recently moved to Greensboro from tills City is a patient Ai the Burma memorial Hospital where s e underwent an operation on Friday morning. She is convalescing satisfactorily hut will be unable to see visitors for several Days it was stated last night. Yay fiends of or. J. 4 22 Tate Street will learn that she is now at her Home after wed in double ceremony Church social Mhz. Gilbert Crowson solemnized in a double wedding ceremony at the Home of Rev. M. T. Sorrell in Danville a on december 23, which is being announced today were the marriages of miss Bobbie Moore to Gilbert Crowson and of miss Grace Irene Osteen to Clyde Ward mrs. Crowson who is the daughter of or. And mrs. Ira Moore of 525 Walnut Street wore Maroon velvet with Black accessories for the ceremony and mrs. Wards nuptial costume in Mhz. Lyde Ward eluded a two piece Model of Black with Blouse of Pink Chiffon and accessories of Black. Mrs. Ward is the daughter of or. And mrs g. L. Osteen of 4 29 Willowbrook Street. Or Crowson is the son of or. And mrs. W. In Crowson of 119 Richland Avenue and or. Ward s parents Are or and mrs. J. E. Ward of Trinity. After spending the week end in Danville both couples left for a trip to the Blue Ridge mountains. They Are now making their Homes Here. German club entertains at Tea dance As second in series of Holiday events a gala Tea dance to Mark the ending of the old years festivities and the beginning of the new. Was Given yesterday afternoon at the Emerywood country club by the Piedmont German club and proved to he a delightful occasion according to a report made later in the evening. Dancing got underway at four thirty and continued until seven in the main lounge of the club House where effective Holiday decorations gave in added feature of color to this occasion. Eddy Wittstein and his orchestra who played for the Christmas night dance last monday evening again furnished dance music which Drew enthusiastic applause from the dancers this band also placed for several other dances in this Section of the state while on this tour. Many out of town guests were included in the Large group at tending this dance those attending front other cities in response to cards issued to the series with their ladles were Nelson Woodson Kerr Craig Ramsay Francis Price. Charles Collier and Arnold Snider All of Salisbury e l. Green jr., Hoke Shore Jim Rennie. John Nutt James Wilkins and Russell Landingham All of Greensboro Harry Brown it k. Recognition service planned the Christian Endeavor society of the first methodist Church is having a recognition service for College students at 6 30 sunday evening with a number of students speaking on subjects pertaining to College life. The program will he adjourned for the Church service in the main auditorium hut after the service a social hour will be held in the downstairs auditorium with a program of Home Talent and a watch night Servile will follow. 3ft if if w is lev Lelia ship class meets tuesday the Wesley Fellowship ass of the main Street methodist Church will meet tuesday evening at 7 30 o clock at the Gibson clubroom on North main Street for its regular meeting. Members Are asked to take note in the change of Date of the meeting from monday to tuesday sin it e the regular Date Marks a Holiday. Or. O. C. Williamson pastor of the first presbyterian Church will be guest speaker at this time and will Tell of his experiences on a recent trip As chaplain on the German liner a Colum Bush As the feature of the evening a program y y y Hollingsworth Clary nuptials announced by Bride s parents the marriage of miss Ruby Mae Holling swy Orth and Edgar Elmo Clary of High Point route four solemnized in Danville. Va., in saturday november 25 by Rev. Of h. Harrison is being announced today by the Bride s i parents. The Brid wore to Green with Black acce sorial and her Corsage was of Talisman Rosea and Valley lilies. She is the Young i est daughter of or. And mrs. H. Hollingsworth of this recent Bride prior to her marriage on december 28. Or. James e. Oakley above a miss Dorothy v Irginia Wall daughter of or. And or. M. H. Wall of High Point route photo by Stone. W. J City the Groom is the son of e. Clary and the late mrs Clary r and is employed by the Guilford Finch. R u Webb. Jr., Hill Adam of the Sam Llama. Or. And or. Doak Milkis a Home a rides parents at treet. Y y y Finch and or. And mra. Glenn Pennington All of Thomasville Winfield Blackwell of Winston ass Quot ass Meta Helms weds my. My Kenneth Sedberry Ork or. A of Coburn in Danville a. Byron Melellan t couple with 519 c Are the Able Robert or. Sud of new Watkins or. And i Chapel Hill Notine Amos and mrs de Bis. C. And of Dallas Tex Loesl Stags invited to join the club members on this occasion included Ashley Ryther Sud r. A. Whitaker. To the oui yeah Farewell old year tread softly from our lev a and know full Well what or thy ban or Blessing thou Hast strive a pleasant tale to Tell. Tis not thy fault of foolish creature Man has rec opened 111-has lost perchance tile Beauty that thy hands had Given at will. I hold up thy head As on who wears s Crown meet the yesteryear with dignity. J thou could St not be i that men will Ever twist and turn inns of Jamestown of the mar j to change the wheel of destiny. Announcement is being made today by or. And mrs Ham my Randleman girl weds James t. Batten of Pembroke in South Carolina vows Randleman. Dec. 30 special or. And mrs. C. Dennis Harden of Randleman route on announce the marriage of their Niece miss Marion Gray a Lapp. To James Thomas Hatton of Pembroke. The ceremony was performed wednesday Dei Ember 20. At Dillon. C Rev 1 Mclean officiated in the presence of a few close relatives and i sends the Bride wore a dress of Aqua crepe with Black accessories. The Young couple will make their Home in Pembroke where or. Batten is in business. Richard Den and Crown mrs m in r. N Beck \ by d Kistler and spent Christ Howell or and Danville rest a h list Mas party was enjoyed by the pairing department of the Commonwealth hosiery Mills on wednesday evening at the Home of misses Ruby Eugenia and Jessie psalter. The living room was decorated with poinsettias Pine candles and a lighted Christmas tree. James and contests were enjoyed throughout the evening and prizes were awarded to mrs. Established 1880 c. Kelly of lie glad to improving suffering painful injuries in a fall on december la. A or. And mrs. C. A Bornean and children Ann and c. S., jr., of Roanoke va., Are spending the holidays w it ii or. Bornano Mother mrs. R c. Leman on Wise Street. Or Leman will be remembered Here As a teacher in the big ii school Aud h now teaching Iii Jefferson High school in roanoke., i a. Or. And mrs flank Barfield of Kinston Are spending the weekend Here with relatives. Mrs. Eva to Chappelear of Lavonia ga., the Mother of mrs. Barfield. Who has been the guest of relatives for sometime will accompany them Hack to Kinston for a visit. Yay friends of mrs John g. Martin will be glad to learn that she has recovered sufficiently from a recent illness to he removed to her Home. 506 Jones Street from the Burnt memorial Hospital where she was Lieen undergoing treatment. Or. And mrs . If. Ellis and daughters Dottle and Judith of Portsmouth. Va., Are spending the week end with mrs. Ellis parents or. And mrs. . Of Neal on Maple Street or. And mrs. Ellis Are former residents of High Point. Yay mrs. J. Cook has returned to her Home Here after spending the holidays in North Wilkesboro with or. And mrs. William Harold Cook and their Young son William Harold 2nd. Y y y Little miss Doris Blankenship is recuperating satisfactorily at j her Home 201 Thurston Street,1 following a Tonsillectomy at tile Burros memorial Hospital on Friday morning. Y y y or. And mrs. E. M. Shipman and son Bob returned the Middle of the week after spending the holidays in Salem va., where they were guests of or. Shipman smother mrs a. M. Shipman y y y miss Sara Jarrett is spending a few Days with her parents or and mrs. Eugene Jarrett. After having visited Points of interest in Florida during the Holiday. So Wilt leave sunday to resume her work As teacher in the Bynum school James Pickard of Chapel Hill is spending the holidays with his parents. Or. And mrs c. Daughter Phyllis Mas at Shelby. Or. And mrs. J. M spent the week with mrs. J. G. Morgan of is. Misses Dionise Aud Sarah Matthews accompanied by their aunt. Miss Mabel Fox of Greensboro Are spending this week in new York try. Or. And mrs. Joe Holmes and Howard Lamb of Burlington spent Christmas with their parents. Or. And mrs. J. J. Lamb. Or. And mrs a b. Freeman and children spent the Christmas holidays with their parents of Dunn and Dobson. Or. And mrs. A land worry announce the birth of a daughter Martha Jane december 23, at the Barnea Tiffin clinic Asheboro. Or and mrs. W. I. Gibson moved to their new Home in North Randleman wednesday. Mrs a w. Gaddy and daughter Sarah Betty of Ellbee spent Hie week end with her sister mrs. T. L. Helms. Miss f r a ii c i a Helms accompanied them Home. Miss Ronnie Sheffield or. And mrs. Carson Sheffield of Raleigh j spent Christmas with their Mother mrs. N. Sheffield. In t. Vestal and family spent Christmas Day with relatives in j Durham. Mrs c. L. York of Gibsonville spent the week end with her sister mrs. J. A Brookshire. Mrs. Blanch Trogdon of new York City spent Christmas with Lier sister. Mrs. J. V. Fox. Or. And mrs. Vernon Floyd of Athens ga., and Kermit Floyd of Charlotte spent Hie Christmas holidays with their parents or. Aud mrs. A m. Floyd. Or. And mrs. Forrest Matthews of Columbia 8. �?T., spent the holidays with or. And mrs. W. Of Matthews. Ridge of their daughter Minnie Ella to Kenneth Woodrow Sedberry of High Point and Asheboro in Danville a on december 23. The Bride wore a gown of boy Blue with Black accessories for the ceremony which was witnessed by or. And mrs. Alexsa met of Asheboro. Or. Sedberry is the son of i mrs Augusta s Sedberry of 3u8 i fourth Street and the late John 1 . Sedberry. In is employed in Asheboro hut the couple Are i making their Home at James i town. Business girls to meet tuesday night the regular monthly business j meeting of the business and j professional girls club will he held at the y. . C. A. Hut at 6 15 on tuesday evening. Exnoice both Oil a Dai Guter or. Aud mrs. Lester trivet of Ici Field Street announce the j birth of a daughter Glenda Ra-1 Niona on december 27. Mrs. Triv Ett before her marriage was miss j Louise Sherrill of Charlotte. I i do h i the Spencer Hohn it Hospital or. And mrs Walter spen Oei announce the birth of a daughter Judith dare on december 25 at the Guilford general Hospital. Mrs Spencer before her marriage was miss Helen Owens. A a Stevenson Shaffer. Paris cafe owners Are asking for longer hour for serving soldiers. ,.--�?��? Turkey has decreed that travellers May take Only a limited amount of jewelry from the country. Miss Jewell Plummer weds Hugh a. Moran in vows december 23 of interest to friends Here is i the marriage of miss Jewell Plum i Mer of High Point and Hugh i Alexander Moran of Jamestown i which was solemnized saturday december 2.3, at 5 p. In. At the j Homo of miss Clara i Cox. W Hoss i officiating minister used the in j Pressie ring ritual of the Quaker Church. Only members of the two families and a few dose relatives i were present to witness the Cere i Mony. The Bride wore Blue crepe with i accessories to match and top coat of Gray Tweed with velvet trim. Her Corsage was of red rosebuds and Valley lilies she is the oldest daughter of or. And mra. F. Plummer of High Point and Chapel Hill Aud a educated St Allen Jay High school and Bryce i commercial College in High Point. Or. Moran a parents Are or. And mrs. C. C. Moran of Jamestown and he is s graduate of i Jamestown High school and Guilford business College. Or. And mrs. Moran Are at present making their Horny on Kivett drive with the Groom s parents. A a a mrs. A. Parker will entertain wot club tuesday mrs. A. 8. Parker teas to the w. O. T regular meeting on 3 30 p in at her Hillcrest drive. Miss Dorothy Wall weds James e. Oakley at holiness Church announcement is made today of the marriage of miss Dorothy Virginia Wall and Jamesc Oakley which was solemnized on december 23 St the parsonage of Pilgrim holiness Church with the pastor re. O. L. Ruth the officiating minister using the impressive ring ceremony. The Bride wore a Blue costume with Black accessories Only a few close friends were in attendance St the wedding which took place St 2 p. In. Mrs. Oakley is the daughter of or. And mra. M. H Wall of High Point route 3. She received her education at lha Trinity High school graduating with the class of 39. Or Oakley a the Ion of or. And mrs j. M. Oakley High Pointe route 3. He received his education at the Allen Jay High school graduating with the class of �?T37. After s grief wedding trip the couple hav a returned and sri now at Home we eth the bridegroom a parents. A a a Voorhees kindergarten postpones re opening following holidays til Voorhees modern Kinder i Garlen school scheduled to open i for their Post Holiday season on wednesday january 3, will reopen instead of monday january 8, according to in announcement made yesterday by mrs. Louis f. Voorhees director of this kindergarten. The postponement is made due to the prevalence of illness among the children and in their various Homes. Will he hos 1 Uit at its tuesday at Home 212 Foh the Hert in Kodak finishing Call 2758 Smiths studio a we All for Anil delivery a w e Galax Koda Khz spaced look 2 garments monday and tuesday religious film to be shown twice today at local salvation army a the sign of the Grossa religious feature will be shown at the salvation army this morning at to of clock and at 7 p. In this evening. This film which is biblical in character portrays the events of the Early Christian Era and the persecutions which christians underwent. Muj r. M. Rowan commanding officer extended a cordial invitation to the Public to lie the Gnosis of the veiny at Tim showing of i Iii film. One hour anti j minute will be required Tor lha show lug. Any 2 Plain garments dry cleaned and pressed Cash amp carry West Washington Street

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