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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 2, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page six Sec. Athe High Point Enterprise Piedmont ref or of High Point. North Carolina thursday. February 2. 193s recent brides and social arid a Lub activities brides elect will phone no. 4568 Madeline Hoover editor office hours 9 a m. T012 am j share Bridge honors current events and literary quiz feature utopian study club program m. To Lambeth addresses woman s club on citizenship at general meeting m. T. Lambeth was guest speaker at the february meeting of the woman a club which was held at the Blair Park club House yesterday afternoon when mrs. H. D. Sears president presided and introduced the speaker who chose As his subject or. Of Lambeth stated that people expect too much from the government and Are too Little interested in the general welfare of the nation. Citizenship he continued is taken too lightly and our wonderful heritage of natural resources great heroes and highly concerted Constitution need intelligent conservation and consideration. Or. Lambeth stressed the continued need of Faith in a Providence and in the great institution of government and emphasised the important place of Church and school in education for True democracy. Development of upright character re Spect for truth and subordination of private interests to general welfare were urged and in conclusion the speaker stated that the safety of the nation depends upon the watchful cooperation of Ite citizens. Pontine business matters were attended to and the club endorsed the program presented by the special commission appointed by governor Clyde r. Hoey to study the teachers retirement plan,1 the twelfth school year and other matters of vital interest to educators and the Public in general. Mrs. S. A. Evan was welcomed is a new member of the club. A committee headed by mrs. C. G. Mackintosh outlined plans for a Benefit Bridge party which is to be held at a future Date. Tea was served by mesdames c. A. York r. H. Sechrest and w. R. Campbell who also welcomed the members upon their a arrival and said the goodbyes. The february dinner meeting or the High Point business and professional women a club held last evening in the Elwood hotel dining room took the form of an employer employee meeting with employers of club members As special guests and o. Arthur Kirkman As guest speaker for the evening. The meeting got underway at 6 30 with mesdames Ruth Carter and t. R Baldwin and miss Rosalie Shields As members of the hostess committee and mrs. E. M. Shipman As chairman of the program committee. Mrs. Shipman introduced or. Kirkman who spoke on a the dilemma of the employer and presented the viewpoint of the employer in an interesting manner. An open forum on employer Ein Vloyce relationship followed his talk with several members taking part and Joseph d. Cox especially contributing interesting comments. Vocal selections by miss Nana both null accompanied at the piano by miss Dorothy Stevenson both of High Point College were additional features of the program. Miss null Sang Quot a Sweet mystery of life a and Quot Birds at mrs. Oriana b. James president of the club announced that local Bow club members had been invited to attend a Benefit Bridge party to be Given by the Winston Salem club at the Robert e. Lee hotel on february 17. Misa Ernestine Melton assisted members of the committee in arranging the table appointments which included a White pottery Container filled with red roses and Narcissi unique rosebuds holders for the White tapers and tiny mint baskets in the Valentine Motif. Guests for the evening included mrs. Eddie Belle Armfield. Rev. And mrs. J. C. Madison or. M. D. Bonner c. B. Stainback. 0. A. Kirkman d. P. Whitley and m. To Lambeth. The attendance prize was won by miss Ruth Anderson. Mrs. C. B. Mattocks discusses cacti at meeting of mid week Garden club mrs. I. Paul Ingle was hostess to members of the mid week Garden club at her Home on Sher Brook court yesterday morning. When mrs. C. B. Mattocks president of the High Point Council of Garden clubs was Guet speaker and gave an interesting discussion of Cactus gardens one of her Bobbie mrs mattock was presented by mrs. Fred Thomas who was in charge of the program for this time and gave much valuable information on cacti and their botanical divisions giving the names of those native to different territory she mentioned As their chief characteristics the thick Stem and Horny growth which aids i in retaining moisture Over a Long i period of time and stated that cacti May live without water from j eight months to three years according to the variety the speaker illustrated her discourse with plants of her own j and pictures of other types to add interest to her program. During the business session. Mrs. Hoke Bullard president of the mid week club presided and Paramount in the transaction was the endorsement of the club of the movement for further safety measures and beautification of the highways. Miss Dupuy leaves for District secretaries meeting in Roanoke a. Miss Betsy Dupuy local girl Reserve Secretary of they w. C. A., left this afternoon for Roanoke va., where she will attend a meeting of District girl Reserve regret Aries which will begin to-1ay and continue through Satur May. Representatives of four it it is North and South Carolina Virginia and West Virginia will lie present at this annual meeting and misses Bernice Bridges and Marian Cuthbert of the National staff will attend and Lead in Semi-i5>r activities. Mothers standby in treating children s colds Sor ail living discomforts of Chest cold and night coughs rub Vicks rub on Throat Chest and Back at bedtime. Its poultice vapor action relieves local congestion and helps the youngster relax into restful sleep. Rot coughing and irritated Throat due to colds put rub on the child a Tongue. It melts bathes the Throat with comforting medication. Also Massage on Throat and Chest. For had cold Quot sniffles and misery melt a spoonful of rub in a bowl of Bolling water. Have the child breathe in the steaming Vapours. This loosen phlegm clears air passages. A Wicks v rub dance to close Homecoming Day at local College # final plans for a Home coming dance As an additional feature of entertainment for Homecoming Day saturday feb. 3 at High Point College were announced today the dance following the Elon High Point College Backet Ball game planned for saturday evening. The dance will take place at the Sheraton hotel ballroom and will be strictly informal. Visiting alumni will be Honor guests at this time. Festivities in Honor of the occasion will include a luncheon at one o clock in the College dining room and a Tea for visiting alumni and teachers in the Wrenn memorial Library at four Oclock. A a a miss Betsy Tyree Bride of Arthur Glenn Morris mrs. Narcie Whit Tyree of i 705 Mon lieu Avenue announces file marriage of her daughter Betsy to Arthur Glenn Morris. On saturday january 21, 1939 at Greensboro North Carolina. Or. Morris a resident of this it Ity is the son of or. And mrs. A. C. Morris of 705 Granby. Eyes examined glasses fitted or. Nat Walker Ca it of l attention to children phone 2962 office Over i Aigro Cne a drug Why Wash at time when Damp Wash is so cheap 41/20 each lbs. A Al a additional Pound Smuts finished 9c a. Additional to f3 we Noth we cllynhc1 Malm Phi be laundry High Points Only soft water laundry social Calendar business and professional women hear or. Kirkman at employer employee dinner wednesday 6 30 High Point business and professional women club will bold its dinner meeting at the Elwood hotel dining room when the employers of the members will lie special guests. Friday 3 . The Priscilla club will be entertained by mrs. R. S. Lafferty at her Home 209 Louise Avenue. 3 30 .�?mr. O. P. Moffitt will lie hostess at the biweekly meeting of the Philomath an club at her Home on Lindsay Street. 3 30 .�? the Junior service league will present another in the series of the Junior programs. Inc., which will feature sue b. Hastings Marionette show at the senior High school in the play Quot sin bad the 3 30 .�?local alumnae of Meredith College will meet with mrs. F. M. Autry at her Home 1114 Cedrow Avenue when founders Day will be observed. The program will feature a broadcast arranged by the College on station Wplf Raleigh in Observance of founders Day. Church. Social <7>mmcnitt or Xvi a service tomorrow the Community prayer service will be held tomorrow evening at 7 30 at the Home of mrs. A e. Jones. 1001 Lindsay Street according to an announcement made this morning. About people ads Jessie Frazier is a patient at the Burma memorial Hospital where she underwent an operation on tuesday. Her condition is regarded As satisfactory at this time. A a a friends of or. And mrs. Clifford Yow 903 Lindsay Street will regret to learn that their Small son Billy Joe is suffering from a broken Collar hone sustained in a fall from his High chair. A a miss Catherine Proffitt of 1612 North Hamilton Street is confined to her bed with Tonsilliti friends will regret to learn. A a a or. R. H. Smith 806 Sunset drive is a patient at the Burrus memorial Hospital where she unworn a minor operation on monday. Her condition is reported to be satisfactory and she expects to return to her Home within a few Days. Four recent brides and a Bride elect will share honors to a or Row evening when miss Patricia Hall will entertain at Bridge at her Home on Mon lieu Avenue. Honoreen will include mrs. Robert Hall sister in Law of the hostess who was formerly miss Bryte Baker Hanson mrs. Lee w Sherrill Bride of last week and the former miss Julia Coe mrs. Vernon Xiv. Idol or. Who prior to her recent marriage was miss Margaret Marley nits Ernest Discher of Winston Salem. Who a also recently married and miss Mildred Furgurson. Whose approaching marriage to Edwin c. Rankin jr., was announced a week ago. Play will get underway at 8 of clock in the evening and the husbands and Fiance of the Honoreen along husband and friends of the other guests will come in when cards Are Laid aside for refreshment. Approximately thirty five guests have been invited to this party. The first of a series for local Young brides and brides elect. A a a live Hunt and x i informal ride week end events 1 activities of the Sedgefield Hunt for this week end will feature a live Hunt on saturday and an informal ride on sunday according to information received Here. The live Hunt will get under Way at nine o clock saturday morning and will Start at the stables while the ride will Start at three of clock from the same place. A drag Hunt on wednesday of next week at two thirty will take place and another live Hunt is planned for saturday february la. Several visitor from the v. M. I. Hunt will he present of the latter event and members Are asked to attend in Hunt costume of possible. A a a Ray St. Principal feted by teachers at the close of the school Dav yesterday mrs. R f. J. Johnson. Principal of Ray Street school was shown a charming social Courtesy when the members of the Ray Street faculty called her to the Little red school House where i they had arranged a Surpris gathering in Celebration of the occasion of her birthday. Dainty refreshments were i served and a Brief social period was enjoyed the teachers taking i this Opportunity to read unique i testimonials of their esteem and j Confidence in her ability As a guide for the faculty and children i at Ray Street school. Members of the utopian study club were entertained at a delightful meeting yesterday afternoon when mis. John s. Piekett a is hostess at the regular biweekly meeting at her Home 802 North main Street. The hostess was also in charge of the a Der noon a program which featured current events doth International and local news of interest and this was followed by a literary quiz which furnished additional entertainment. Mrs. Jesse Washburn president of the club presided Over the Brief business session when matters of importance to club members were transacted. During the soral hour mrs. Pickett served Dainty refreshments consisting of a salad Anet Compa Nying delicacies which accented the Motif of the approaching Valentine season. Club members present included mesdames Jesse Washburn Harry Alexander j. I. Groome Lawrence Matton Rodney Snow. Roy Spearman. W. To. Thomas j. H Walker jr., Thomas Turner and Roland Holton. Mozart club has initial meeting the Mozart music club under the direction of mrs. Samuel by Titan and miss Geneva Morrison had its first formal meeting of the year on wednesday afternoon at mrs. Hyman s new Home on Edge Dale drive. The meeting opened with the pledge and song of the National federation of music with which the club is affiliated. The following officers were elected Zelma Parnell president Kathleen Malpass vice president Ella Loo Taylor Secretary and Martha Rae Spencer i treasurer. The program committee reported that each meeting would be devoted to the study of a different composers work. Mozart s compositions were discussed and a report Given on the federation of music a contest which will take place in april. A Short program of music featured the following selections xxx Altz Brahm Betty Mae Hughes piano Solo March carnival Maehara. Gloria Foust piano Solo and Sunshine in Rainbow Valley Hamble Kathleen Malpass vocal Solo. A at the termination of the program. The hostess assisted by Gloria Foust and Betty Mac Hughes associate hostesses served refreshments emphasizing the Valentine Motif to the following club members Betsy Anderson Doris Bundy Martha Bunda. Martha Harrison Dot Mangin Kathleen Malpass Mamie Malpass Elizabeth Morrison Zelma Parnell Jean Spencer Martha Rae Spencer Kila Loo Taylor Betty Lynn Williard and Nancy Williard. Technical Progress in blast Furnace construction and operation has increased the total blast Furnace capacity of the Stee Industry 300 per cent despite a 60 per cent reduction in tile number of blast furnaces in use. D w Occam has birthday dinner at Asheboro Home Asheboro feb. 2.�? special the children of i. W. Mcearn met at the Home of c. H. Bvrd on Ramseur route a sunday and honoured their father with a birthday dinner on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Those present were or. And mrs. I. W. Mcearn and or. And mrs. W. A. Garner and family of Liberty or. And mrs. C. H. Byrd and family or. And mrs. B. In Mcearn and family Elon College or. And mrs. M. J. Brown and family Asheboro route i or. And mrs. J. J. Armentrout and family and or. And mrs. Clyde Mcearn and family. High Point and j. Xiv. Brown and miss Anna Lewis Cagle of Asheboro. All the children and grandchildren were present except one grandson Harold Mcearn of Elon College. The woman a auxiliary of the Asheboro presbyterian Church met at the Home of mrs. Russell Parks on Par Street yesterday morning at to of clock for the annual All Day Mission course. Approximately Twenty members of the auxiliary were present for the course which was a study of a Mission Book Quot Star in the written by or. Darby Fulton. Luncheon was served at noon and the study was completed during the afternoon. Circle no. 3 of the first Baptist Church met with mrs. I. C. Smith monday afternoon. Mrs. Calvin Frazier Leader presided Over the meeting and members Cercle Francais to meet this evening the Cercle Francais or Frens class will be entertained at the regular meeting this evening 7 30 at the Home of mrs. Die Peacock on Louise Avenue. Milr la b. Rollers will lie in charge of the discus Ion at this meet Ini As usual. Ignition gasoline mixture co Raj pression lubrication and Coo Liti Are the five Points in an Auto irn bile engine which require Coti stunt attention. Vol cd 11 name t he n i Iii Rose Marlowe Quot Circle or a Faith fill Baptist missionary to China. The purpose of this inc Ting a to organize the work for the Conli ing year. Mrs. J. I. Stewart win elected personal service chairman of the Circle and the Book. Quot How to Pray a was selected As the study a course for the year a social hour flow w e de when refreshments were served. Keep Handy in Home you la have need of Moroline As a soothing dressing for minor skin irritations minor Burns and bruises chapped skin leg chafing baby a chafing. Sold everywhere. World s largest seller at pc Economy size 10c always demand Morolin you Lluke Moroline hair tonic Marionette program at senior i school tomorrow afternoon final arrangements Are being made for the presentation of sue Hastings marionettes at the senior High school tomorrow afternoon at 3 30. Coming to High Point under the sponsorship of the Junior service league As another in the Junior programs inc., series and highly recommended by prominent educators and entertainers the group will present Quot sinbad the Sailor Quot a fascinating and colourful program based on the character from the arabian nights. Both children and adults Are assured of distinguished and amusing entertainment when the tiny wire controlled actors and actresses step out on the stage. Senior High girl reserves hear miss Mendenhall the senior High school girl reserves held a supper meeting at the local a a. Xiv. C. A. Hut last evening when miss Frances Mendenhall. A member of the faculty at that school addressed the group on etiquette. Approximately thirty five members of the group were in attendance and again this evening forty More of this same group will hear miss Mendenhall on the same topic. Mrs. Margaret Gladstone is advisor for the Grout meeting last night while miss Leslie Johnson serves in this capacity for the other group. The Jolly y club will have a social event at the hut this evening when mis Rea Overcash will he in charge of arrangements. Worth Grant elected to head Mars Hill College ministerial conference Worth Grant son of or. And mrs. L. L. Grant of 216 Myrtle Street has been signally honoured at Mars Hill College where he is in school by being chosen president of the ministerial conference at that school according to an announcement issued by College officials last week. Or. Grant has been Active or this conference of the Baptist student in on and the Guilford county club since entering mar Hill. He was named on the Deans Honor Roll for the first semester Aud will Giad Nate from this Junior College in the Spring. Magdalene Rebekah to Confer degrees of a regular meeting of the Magdalene Rebekah Lodge which will be held tomorrow evening at the Hall the degree will be conferred on six candidates. All members Are expected to be present ten minutes ahead of the regular time of meeting in order to practice for the ceremonies. Visiting Rebekah Are extended a cordial invitation to attend. Special bargains $32.51 Brand new Washer Xiv Orth a Maytag $69,50 several a amp de washers $10.00 up Hoover cleaner $24.50 Eureka cleaner $17.50 e z terms dept. Store appliance dept Richardson s mid 1 Quinter hosiery full fashion two and three thread 43 Guage. Wingless double sole and Heel. All new Tpring rotors. 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