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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 10, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Friday. February to 1939the High Point Enterprise Pip hmm Center of a High Point. North Carolina Page seven Sec. A Church social miss Louise Alexander Speaks to Asheboro women on world affairs Tacky a Tkv at Al St be Fok Mph huh h tonight i the intermediate Christian Endeavor society of the first evangelical and reformed Church will have a Tacky party this evening at 7 30 at the Church and invite the general Public to attend. A prize will be Given to the person whose costume is judged the tackiest. A Small admission charge will be made proceeds going into the Christian Endeavor Treasury. Chi sch Tiro up to have Kiu new Ich Stew saturday the Junior department of the North main Street Baptist Hurch will have a Brunswick Stew tomorrow at the Church and invite the general Public to attend. Orders for this Stew May be filled by calling 9275 and All Proe Edds go into the Church Treasury. Local girl scout officials attend Field Institute in Winston Salem on thursday twelve local girl scout officials headed by mrs. David t. Yow. Commissioner attended the girl scout Field Institute held in Winston Salem yesterday in an All Day session. The meeting took place at Salem College and miss Helen Oppenlander director of the Juliette Low Region of girl scouts who has just concluded a two Day conference with officials Here was coordinator for the entire meeting. In the local group in addition to mrs. Yow were mesdames Frank Hunsucker Geddie Strickland Katherine Raymond. Royster Tucker d. E. Cau Hie. Charles f. Carroll jr., v. D. Sale jr., pm Bree h. Plackard j. C. Edmondson Paul Weaver and Dona Nicholas Glazier. A a a d. A. R. Chapter will have meeting tuesday with mrs. Levi Hayworth the Alexander Martin chapter daughters of the american revolution will hold the february meeting at the Home of or. I Evl Hayworth at 608 North main Avreet when associate Hoat Estes with mrs. Heyworth will include or. W. C. Idol. G. H. Kearns. H. I. Coffield Clyde Farley and j. R. Mccrary of Lexington. An interesting program has been arranged and members Are asked to bring articles to be sent to Ellis Island. Articles especially needed according to a report from there Are three Yard lengths of Denim Kahkle. Shirting and any kind of dress material wools for knitting in any color Burlap leather scraps sewing thread Needle and other implement for sewing unbleached Muslin and new a Hurt buttons. A Little Geraldine Clapp daughter of or. And mrs h. G. Clapp. La improving at the Burrus memorial Hospital where she has been quite ill. Special to the Enterprise Asheboro. Feb. To. A miss Louise Alexander professor of political science at woman a College. Greensboro was guest speaker when the Asheboro Korosis club met wednesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. T. Lynwood Smith on Welt Salisbury Street with mrs. W. J Armfield Iii and mrs. Charles Bossong As associate hostesses. Miss Alexander spoke on a world and traced the effect of events in foreign countries on the United states. She told of the economic political and military foreign policies of the United states. England Germany. France and Italy and showed How the economic situation influenced the other two. The speaker averred that there is a great Boycott on German and japanese goods in the United states and this has had a weak a ening influence in those two nations. She said that our nation is particularly fortunate in its isolated position and wealth of natural resources but that we Are faced with the task of protecting not Only the United states but also the whole continents of North and South America. England she said has been protecting our interests on the High seas for the past 150 year by their wonderful patrol system and she intimated that we had an obligation which we might be called upon to fulfil. She went on to relate that since England and France have been buying plane from the United states so fast during the past few months Hitler and Mussolini have become less aggressive. To addition to the club members present were the following guests or. A. J. Hughes or. J. A. Fewell or. Laurin Cranford. Mrs. Curry Loflin mrs. O. L. Reanell mrs. Davis Cranford. Jr., miss Marianna Redding Aud miss Dee Armfield. Following the program the hostesses served a salad course the Smith Home was Lovely with Pink snap dragons for the Occa Aion. Of interest is the announce ment made today of the marriage of miss Anne Page Floyd Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. L. C. Floyd of Hill Street to j. K. Presnell son of mrs. J. S Presnell of main Street on february 6 a 8 of clock in the evening at the Home of or. And mrs. De Cranford on Park Street. The Bride attired in a mauve Woolen suit for the ceremony entered with the Groom Anc they spoke their vows before Rev. H. P. Powell pastor of the Bride. Attending were mrs. J. R Ward jr., Rill Lewellen Ana mrs. De Cranford. Or. And mrs. Presnell Armak ing their Home at or. J. R. Ward s on Church Street. Or. Presnell is employed at Cranford furniture company and mrs. Presnell at the Carolina theatre office. Or. C. L. Cranford. Jr., a hostess to members of Circle six genuine Gas House Coke Cash Price $7.50 per ton including sales tax High Point people who have been using Coke for years Are very emphatic As to the Superior qualities of Coke As a fuel for their Furnace. Why not order a trial ton today prompt delivery Power company 233 South main St. Phone 2700 of the m. E. Church monday afternoon at her Home on Cranford Street. Mrs. Franz Strickland presided and or. H. P. Powell spoke on methodist unification. After a business session. The hostess served russian Tea and sandwiches. An amusing Tacky party was held tuesday evening at the Home of mrs. Carmon Parks on Lee Street for the members of Rebecca Ellen Circle two of the Central a p. Church. Members came in costume and first prize went to mrs. J. J. White in Black taffeta red flannel Petticoat knit Hose Over too years old and in antique hat hearing a Feather plume. Miss Catherine Presnell won second prize and honorable mention went to miss Althea Presnell. And mrs. Lawrence Saurs. Judges were mesdames r. D. And e. G . Mrs. Francis White was hostess to Rebecca Ellen Circle one. Tuesday evening with mrs. Gilbert councilman in charge of the devotional and miss Iola Jow Der milk speaking on the Mission study program. Or. And mrs. Fred Page were Hare wednesday on business seeing about transferring some of their furniture from their House Here to the on at Pinehurst. Mrs. Roy Champion and son. Roy jr., spent tuesday in High Point with relatives. Mrs. Herman Pugh and miss Isabel Gwyne Pugh were guests this week of or. George Joyner stopping Over on their return trip from Florida to their Home in Huntington West a. Miss Pauline Jones who is leaving the brat of March for Granville county where she a accepted a position with the county health department was honoured with a handkerchief Shower wednesday evening by miss Exie Callicott and miss Mary seems Ter at the Home of or. And mrs. John swat on South Fayetteville Street. Chinese checkers was a feature of the evening a entertainment. The hostesses remembrance to the honoree was a Box of dusting powder. Guests were Mise Lucille Ward. Mianne spoon miss Lena swing miss Evelyn Moore. Miss Pauline Davis miss Johncie Adkins. Miss Rill so Poon miss Cordis Harmon. Miss Elizabeth Chapman. Miss Bess Walker miss Alma Lassiter miss Sally Baynes mrs. Reid Hannah and mrs Fannie Chisholm. Refreshments consisted of Strawberry Shortcake and Coffee. Miss Inez Trogdon delightfully entertained a number of Young people tuesday evening at her Home on Highway 64. During the evening chinese checkers and Bingo were played with mrs. Mike Riggs winning the prize in Bingo. Those present were or. And mrs Mike Briggs miss Margaret Peacham. Miss Marjorie Monroe mass Edna a mail. Miss Sally Hayne Ben Martin John Griffin. 8. E Trogdon jr., and Orland Trot Don. The Home. For the occasion a doubly attractive with hyacinths and Evergreen. The hostess assisted by her Mother mrs. J. B. Trogdon and mrs. Briggs served refreshments. The Valentine Motif was carried out in decorations and refreshments. G. A. Banquet to be held this evening at Green St. Church concluding local activities of the Observance of girls auxiliary focus week. Inaugurated nation ally by the Baptist woman a work will be the banquet at Green Street Baptist Church this evening when member of every Baptist girls auxiliary in the City i invited to attend. The program is planned around the Central theme of Quot Star Ideal Quot and mrs. H. A. Knight president of the City wide w. M. U., will he the principal speaker. Miss Mabel Koonce. City wide g. A. Leader is in charge of arrangements for the banquet which will get underway at 7 of clock. Junior Bridge club guests at meeting in Randleman Home Randleman feb. special a the members of the Junior Bridge club were delightfully entertained at the Home of mrs. Looter Rich monday night. Miss Rose Parrish and Howard Furger a on acted an Host and hostess for the occasion. The Home was beautifully decorated for the occasion in the Valentine Motif. After several progressions of Bridge scores were tallied with mrs. N. H. Carpenter High scorer for the women and Jack Sawyer for the men. A visitors prise was awarded to miss Rosemary Kuhn. Those present were misses Lucille Freeman Elisabeth Matthews Rosemary Kuhn Jack Sawyer Gens Bulla. Grier Nowlin or. And mrs. Jack Newlyn or. Aud mrs. N. H. Carpenter mrs. Brooks Freeman mrs. James Dicks Aud miss Louise Holland who assisted the Host and hostess in serving. The Lewla variety store has rented the building now occupied by the Lineberry mercantile company and will move into its new quarters on or about the first of March. Misses Ethel and Alane Haywood of Fayetteville Are spending a few Days at the Home of or. Aud mrs. R. P. Bell. Or. T. L. Helms is confined to his bed due to illness. Or. And or. Rom. P. Bullard were dinner guests of or. And or. W. A. Mcknight of Greensboro wednesday night. Ill Ike Bette Para in in a in a it or Quality tested flour yes a am join tile better biscuit Parade and get tile full enjoyment from bread that a wholesome tasty and nourishing. For Davis Quality tested flour is As Fine As one of the most modern manufacturing plants can make it. Anti its ingredients Are tested for uniform Quality at every step in its making. There s a Brand for every requirement and you can have your Choice. W till the Assurance that into each hag is put a full m Kashif of value and Goodin ass. Better still there s an Economy advantage in any Brand in the Davis Quality test cd family an actual saving in Money that no Economy-4on in Quot scions housewife can afford to Overlook. So go to your grocer s today and ask for Royal Crown a new member of the Davis family and really an amazing value because of its High Quality Carolina s rest or double a special All ready to give you better baking results. Was av1s i Emliy Irry h,ch4fk tune in on radio station mfr every monday wednesday and Friday at 6 05 p. In. For web and Zeb a the funniest comics on the air. Davis Quality tested flour is sold by these progressive grocers High Point Allen Jay grocery Fairfield Road r. D. Al Man Archdale in p. Reck Issi Grace Street Beeson s i per Market 153 English Street Brin Wood survive station Thomasville Road or own a store Mont leu Avenue w. B. Byerly Hoover St re in on streets i Carolina food store English Street Carolina service station Thomasville Road Rehs grocery West Russell Street c. A ii. Grocery lilt Redding Street c. A m. Food store 17 Centennial Avenue cd Esho is grocery sos e. Commerce Street Chestnut Street grocery 30 Chestnut Street it curb Market 75 North main Street Clarks place North main Street Community service station Fairfield Road e. P. Conrad a son Tate Street Cut rate grocery ult East Green Street Davis ii ism try 1406 North main Street drop in curb service Fairfield Road i. I., Duggins 717 Smith Street East and grocery 1910 fast Green Street Elm Street grocery 413 Lim Street blow kid s Gius Ery Archdale Emery Wood curb Market 1x24 North main Street English Street service 2112 English Street e. A h. Grim Erv 1313 North main Street o. In Foust 717 Willowbrook Street c. M. Gatton Fairmont Park g. A h. Grocery 1001 Leonard h. I. Gibson s grocery 831 North main Street Glenola service station Glenola w. R. Grant 607 Granby Street Groce s food storm 729 fast Washington St. Ha1.i/s Cash store of East Washington St. A h All grocery 1227 Franklin Street Halls grocery 45 Hoover Street Hasty service station Hasty High school j. C. Henley 1103 e. Washington Street i Ait rest or m Ery 613 Prospect Street Hulin grocery 410 Prospect Street Ideal Gius Ery 125 by get Avenue a. H. Idol 141 North main m. R. Ingram Fairfield Road Ingram s e Hgt a store 21 Willowbrook Street Johnson a store Jamestown Roy Johnson 1112 fast Green Street j. A. Jones Cash grocery 704 Farlow Street Jon is Cash store Vail Street Kivett drive e Hgt a Kivett drive p. L. Lamson eel Evant Street c. A. Lewis Soi South main Street Lexington Avenue service 957 fart Irvington Avenue Lindley service station Archdale Little giant f mgt it Granby Street lovings Cash store 504 e. Green Street a. J. Malpass 1221 Edmondson Street j. C. Malpass Laflin Street o. In Malpass Nee re Eft drive o. T. Malpass 97 Redding Street Malpass Cash grocery Soo r. Washington St. Malpass no. 2 600 fast Commerce Street Malpass pay Cash grocery too Wise Street Martin Street grocery 61 Vail Street modern food Stork 91 East Commerce Street j. W. Montgomery ii North main Street Mosery a Cash store Archdale a. S. Newton 1124 Kivett drive Oakdale store company Jamestown Patterson grocery Jamestown it. S. Payne 1105 Kivett drive pierces grocery 61 Mangum Avenue m. L. Portee Taylor Street w. W. Preddy 1000 Mouth main St. R. J. Hodkins c. In Rodden Trinity re use Lias food store \. 502 South main St Roet i Shell Street service Russell and Mangum its. W. In Sanderson Grace Street s. A m. E mgt a store 904 Lindsay Street Hugh Smith sic English Street Smith Brothers 1207 East Washington St. In l. Stehr Redding Street South main St. Curb mkt South main Street Spencer a food Stoke Trinity Simn or food store South main St. Extension j. It. Strickland Trinity Sunshine grocery 436 Washington St. E. J. Swanson Jamestown. C. To t Ker Biz East Green St. Tucker a Caddell Hoover Street Vaughn a food Stork 210 w. Ray Street Kincannon s United mkt. 831 West Green Street j. Of. Ward 105 East Green Street wards grocery Trinity Ward Street grocery 1606 Ward Street c. W. Watson 1530 South main Street West Green grocery 500 West Green Street Robert White Kivett drive Wilson s Cash grocery 729 West Green Street Thomasville Hanner store company High Point Road a. Beck Pilot school w. P. Beck 20 Walnut Street Carriker grocery 321 Randolph Street Cedar Lodge Vick Sia Cedar Lodge Park j. E. Tier Karl la la 127 College Street i. R. Tinnell main Street Cranford Cash or m Ery Johnson town Douglas Deaton 600 Sal in Street u. H. Deaton too National Highway Deaton a Cash Stork 701 Lexington Avenue Hamrick grocery 48 Salem Street j of n Kontor n grocery Johnson town in in Lambeth Johnson town k. C. Lambeth Cedar Lodge Park s. I Lambeth c Edar Lodge Park Lomax service station 805 Fisher ferry Street c. L. Matthews 711 Fisher ferry Street May Brothers 41 Rife Street Myers service station Lexington Road. J. Myers 702 Fisher ferry Street pierces Ash grocery Fisher ferry Street Stevenson s service Haj. 833 Lexington Avenue Tolen grm Ery 21 w. Main Street West eni Stork 400 West main Street i l l Oik a fix m i n \ High Point Road East Washington Street also manufacturers of Davis rest mid morning Star flour Davis Corn meal and Carolinas Hest feeds w. Ai Davis milling co highpoint n. a a Quot 1 a a. Pc a -14 t ,. J. 7 us a it. A a v a a

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