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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Page four Sec. The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of High Point. North Carolina sunday february 2.191v Madeline Hower editor tet Phonh 4568 social and dial hours 8 30 a m. To 12 noon saturdays 8 30 am. To 6 pm. Winners in local College s Beauty contest from Tho four High Point a Olio beauties will in selected the methodist institutions a most Beautiful girl by Paramount pictures lit Holly Wood. They Are Reading from left to right jute Warren freshman daughter of mrs. Hallie Mae Warren Burlington Virginia Hunt Sophomore daughter of or. And mrs. T it. Hunt Gretna a. Helen Grolier Junior daughter of or and mrs. M. .1. Crowder. High Point and Edith Vance senior daughter of or. Anti mrs. \ w. Vance High Point. These four were winners Over eight other entrants in the annual Beant contest sponsored by the College yearbook which mrs. Meade Hite entertains Phi Beta club at Thomasville Bridge clubs meet rite full Imge pictures of Tim four class winners each year. Karh of the four respect Ive classes were Erml Ted to select the most Loilit ital from its class to enter the contest making a total to 12 original currant. The other eight entered by the classes were Becky Roble of Haw River and Sibyl Fowler of Pinnacle seniors Alice Chandler f High Point and Rachael Spainhour of Winston Salem juniors Urey Guthrie of Graham and Jean Maxwell of Hendersonville sophomores and Kathryn Allen and Ronda Sebastian High Point fresh Mon. Thomasville. Feb. 24 a pedal a member of the Phi to club were entertained at an a Active meeting on Friday aft soon when or. Meade Lute was St at her Home on Salem reel and her Mother or. E. W. Tea. Presented the afternoon a of ram. Usim a her topic greens. Or. Cate opened the program than interesting talk on the in in of scree a and gave Tome ing of their history showing of of rat its of some famous ones Oriental designs. To conclude p program she called on several la members to Tell of an inter ing screen they had seen and s brought out further inform on on the subject. Mrs mite awed some interesting objects chinese Art As an additional iture of the program. Miss Mamie Harris president raided Over a Brief business Sean which preceded the program. The guests were then invited o the dining room and served two course repast at a Lovely de entered with a colourful Nib Naylon of Spring Flowers in special offer i your old watch regard lest of age or condition can be traded in on a new Gruen. Liberal allowances pastel shades arranged in a Silver bowl on either Side of which were Crystal bolder with burning Pink tapers. Covert were daid for or r c. Har tue member of the club who recently moved to Kings Mountain mrs. O. J. Mccoy of Statesville. Who la a former resident of Thomasville misses Lois Johnson and Mamie Harris and mesdames e. W. Cates Harry Lee i Lambeth. H. Newby George Finch. Ralph Wilson r. L. Lambeth of Greensboro and d. A. Long in addition to the hostess. With mrs. Bertram Heathcote As gracious hostess the Deuce of clubs a entertained on Friday afternoon two tables of Bridge being in play following the serving of refreshment on arrival of the guests. Mrs. Ned Gibbs was Winner of dusting powder top score prize when cards were Laid aside. Others making up the tables were mesdames r. L. Mcdonald. J. Roy Proctor Broadus Wilson t. E. Jennings and misses Peggy Kite and Ruth Martin and the hostess. It is j Pis it oms kidding old father time is kidding yourself by Hith Millett a you Aras old As you Are Isnit a comforting a philosophy for women As a you Are a old a you think you but it is a lot More honest. The woman who lives by it does no to risk one of the following types tile woman who fancies that she look like her daughter sister and who prefers running around with her daughter crowd to having friends her own ago. The woman who stays cute years beyond the cute age. The woman who refuses to assume the responsibilities of one her age and instead stays talk responsible Ash was at Twenty the woman who makes her husband miserable trying to keep him a dancing partner Long after he has stopped enjoying night clubs. The woman who tries so desperately hard to hang on to her Beauty that she does no to bother to cultivate any other qualities. The woman with Money who kids herself into thinking a Man half her age is in love with her. The woman who continues to flirt with men Long after they Stop flirting with her. The woman who is so afraid of being Plain a mama Quot that she never is a real Mother to her children. A woman can t be More than a pitiable imitation of youth of she refuses to a her age. The Cotton maids club held their regular meeting this week at the Home of miss Evelyn Allison on Mon lieu Avenue when miss Olivia Saunders president presided Over a lengthy business session. Y during the social hour refreshments were served to misses Bessie Newby Dorothy Early Minnie Ross Virginia Cook Helen Wilson Beryl Biggerstaff and mesdames Carl Black and w. T. Harris. Mrs. J. Jarvis Lexington Bride Bridge honoree Needle club meets the Erna. New 15 jewel Gruen. Yellow Gold a a. Filled Guil Dite Back. The Carlyle. Smart new 15 jewel Gruen yellow Gold filled Case Guil Dite Back. of Weir i i South main mrs. M. A. Mcmahon entertained members of the Junior contract club at her Home Here tuesday evening two tables of Bridge being in play during the evening. Tallies and decorations suitable to the anniversary of George Washington birthday were featured and mrs. Wesa Cameron was Winner of a Flower vase As first prize while mrs. Reuben Bovender received Floral plaques As draw prize. A salad course a later served to mesdames Hollis Russell Cliff Tysinger torn Beavis Reuben Bovender Hines Hall Emory Perryman and Wes Cameron. -�?4mrs. J. E. Lambeth will have As her guests next week mrs. N. Gillette and daughter miss Betsy Gillette of Charlotte mrs. K. Proctor of Oxford mrs. P. R. Rankin of mount Gilead and mesdames Wyman Scarborough and Hugh Mcallister of Lumberton who will be Here for the state conference of the daughters of the american revolution being held in High Point. Miss Wilma Wall of Greensboro College is spending sunday with her Mother mrs. 0. Wall. She will have As her guests misses Hilda Futrell Aud Rebecca Powell classmates at that College. Mrs. F. Lambeth arrived today after spending the past three weeks in Gardner mass., where she visited her daughter. Mrs. Spencer Carlton. She stopped Over in route Home for a Short stay in new York City. Or. Mary g. Matthews teacher in the schools of Bath has been spending a few Day her with her special to the Enterprise Lexington feb. 24. A mrs. P. M. Myers and mrs. Pat y Oung recently entertained at Bridge at the Home of the latter on West Side drive in compliment to mrs. J. Jarvis a recent Bride. Three fables were amended in the living room amid a setting of Lovely Flowers. The first High score prize a China vase was won by miss Margaret Hooper. The a a cond High. A Dainty handkerchief fell to miss Faye Earnhardt. The honoree mrs. Jarvis a presented China in her chosen pattern Aud a Shower of gifts from the guests. When cards were Laid aside the hostesses served tempting refreshments to or. Jarvis miss Hooper miss Earnhardt miss Lillian Russel. Miss Margie Waiser miss Louise Ebelein mrs. I. M. Ward jr., or. Bruce Smith or. Sam Hensley mrs. Frank Smith mrs. Warren Hewitt and mrs. V incent. Mrs. W. F. Sparger graciously entertained the member of the Dolephine Needle club at her Home on West second Avenue. Following an afternoon of Needle work and conversation the hostess served refreshment to mrs. Carr Ward mrs. T. S. Eanes mrs. A. E. Brannock mrs. John Bower mrs. John Craver mrs. Curtis Koons mrs. J. R. Terry mrs. J. L. Bullard. Or. Graham p. Crutchfield and miss Dell Watson. Sister mrs. F. Finch. She expects to leave sunday to resume her work in the schools which have been closed due to bad weather. Miss Marie Jones is spending the week end at Pinehurst where she is the guest of friends. Mrs. Al l. Webb and daughter miss Evelyn Webb Are spending sometime in Florida. Or. And mrs. M. J. Peacock and daughter have returned to their Home in Martinsville va., after visiting in the Horn of or. And mrs. B. A Stone of Lexington Avenue. The Bessie Hunt Circle of the first m. E. Church met on monday afternoon with mrs a. E. Brannock annd mrs. W. L. Scarborough assisting in entertaining. The meeting was opened with a hymn after which mrs. W. F. Sparger conducted an inspiring devotional period closing with the Beautiful poem a did i pass by a the chairman mrs. D. S. Siceloff presided Over the business session and plans for a Chicken pie supper Arete discussed. The Mission study lesson a teaching of Jesus on human relations Quot was Given by mrs. Albert Siner in a very interesting manner. A the club of Little gardens held a delightful meeting at the Home of mrs. Ray Sechrist in Hillcrest with the president mrs. Alton Beck presiding. Minutes of the last meeting were read by the Secretary mrs. Hughie Roach after which mrs. Odell Hill gave a report of the treasurer. Mrs. Elmo Leonard presented an interesting article on mrs. O. L. Evans used As her subject Quot Garden topics a an interesting Flower contest was conducted with or. Leonard winning a China Pitcher As drat prize and mrs. Ray Coltrane a miniature Horseshoe As second prize. Those present we Ere mrs. Beck mrs Roach. Mrs. Hill mrs. Leonard mrs. Evans mrs. Coltrane mrs. Archie Brannock mrs. J. O. Burke mrs. S. Williams. Mrs George Coggins mrs. Howard Raper and mrs. B. Williams. Or. And mrs. Stoke Adderton Are spending the week in Florida. Or. And mrs. Charles Craver mrs. D. A. Tesh and mrs. John Craver spent Friday in Charlotte. Or. And mrs. Barton Misenheimer have returned to their Home at Taylor s. C., after a Short visit Here with or. And mrs. Elmer Crouse. Mrs. Dermot Shemwell has returned to or Home at Albany Gawthrop Given Farewell party by office staffs j. A. Gawthrop former local manager of the North Carolina state employment service who has recently been transferred to the Fayetteville office and mrs Gawthrop were honoured by the combined staff of the employment service and the local in i employment compensation office at the Home of or. And mrs. I George a. Osborne in Trinity. Chinese checkers and Bingo were played and various contests were engaged in during the evening. And later refreshments were served. Or. Gawthrop was presented a gift by the group. Present in addition to or. And mrs. Osborne and or. And mrs Gawthrop were mrs. Rachel Sugg and Roy Shiplett or. And mrs. Noah a. Davis or. And mrs. W. H. Currie mrs. Carl Thompson and mrs. Agues King. # a a new turbans Are Boon to Long faces by Alicia Hart Chignone turbans and evening headdresses with Flowers to be worn near ears instead of High above the forehead Are Spring styles that a exactly right for the woman whose face is Long. The turban with fullness Low at the Back softens an otherwise Long rather hard Jawline just As does a medium Long Boh with flu finess below ears and Long neckline. Turbans with Width at Side Are Good too. But those which tie in bows at the top or in some other manner achieve an illusion of greater height Are for the Small faced or the round faced not for one whoa features Are lengthy anyway. There a much talk about up and Down coiffure to Wear with Little clots. These Are Down in Back but up in front with a Cluster of curls just above the forehead. And they definitely Are not for the Long face. If your face is Long brimmed hats will be More flattering than rimless clots anyway. And your coiffure should be sleek and Flat across the top. Center parts Are inadvisable. Any Topknot of curls arrangement is out. Some tricks of proportion done to pile Flowers real or artificial on top of your evening coiffure. Wear them Low on the Nape of your neck or tucked behind ears. This goes for Little bows. Too. Done to Wear necklaces with drooping pendants at the front. These Only add to the already elongated line of your face. Short. Thick round chokers will be More satisfactory. Those which form perfect circles at the front and end in huge medallions at the Back often make the face appear to be Shorter. Plain round necklines ire not for the Long necked. Extremely Long a shaped necklines Are not for the Long faced. Frilly Fluffy Jabot which begin with under Neath the Chin Are however. And so Are big bows tied High and tied Fetchin Gly. A a a a All milk prices in Australia Are to he get Ablahed by the govern ment. To preside Here monday Piet Idi it above Art presiding officer of three Witri Otic Mol ties which will hold state me Inch monday prior to the three Day state convention of the d. A. R. They Are Reading Fie left to right i. John soot i Well. Ii id Point slate president of the daughters of to1 Ilia i wars mrs. J. A. Parker of Farmville a it Regent of tin daughters of american Coloni and mrs. Benjamin Wylie of Charlotte stale president of the daughters of ii. Church Socia a been St. Class will meet monday the Phi Lathea Clasa of Green Street Baptist Church will meet on monday at 7 30 at the Church. Mollie Pir Pps lass will meet the Mollie Phipps Philathea class of Calvary methodist Church will meet on tuesday at 7 30 with mrs. W. B. Moser 1008 Adams Street. Associate hostesses will be mrs. Fred Green or. R. A. Griffin and mrs. Vera Buie. Southside women to have Sti by course the woman missionary society of the Southside Baptist Church will hold a study course monday evening at 7 30 at the Church. Mrs. H. A. Knight will Lead the study of the Book Quot Givey a them to main Street group to meet tomorrow a special inspirational program has been arranged for the general meeting of the woman s missionary society of main Street methodist Church monday evening at 7 30, and because of this meeting will he held in the Church Annex instead of in the j. W. Clin Ard classroom As is customary. Episcopal Wom in to meet monday the women of Saint Mary a Parish will meet with mrs. J h. Froelich 725 Flor Ham Avenue. Monday afternoon at four of cock. Mrs. W. S. Holmes diocesan president of the women auxiliary will conduct a lenten meditation. Three patriotic societies to meet monday preceding d. A. R. Convention in connection with and preceding the annual convention of the North Carolina society daughters of the America revolution. Which begins Here tuesday three other patriotic societies the daughters of denial wars the daughters of american colonists and the daughters of 1812, will hold their annual state meeting Here monday. The annual meeting of the North Carolina society daughters of colonial wars will Convene at p m. Monday at the Sheraton hotel with mrs John Scott Wei born of this City state president in the chair. Reports will be heard final plans for the erection of the fort Dobbs Marker will be completed and a registrar a historian Aud a genealogist will be elected. Distinguished guests will include mrs. William h. Pouch National second vice president new Stork and mrs. Frank Leon Nason National registrar. The annual meeting of the North Carolina society. United states daughters of 1812, is scheduled for 4 30 monday afternoon at the Sheraton hotel and the presiding officer will be mrs. Benjamin Wybe of Charlotte state president. Mrs. Betti Jordan Elliott of Greensboro one of the two surviving real daughters in the state is expected to attend. The other real daughter la mrs. G. S. Thomas of Rocky mount. The North Carolina society daughters of american colonists will hold its meeting following the joint dinner with the Dan lets of 1812 which will be h at the Sheraton at it 30 mom night. Presiding at this Menefi will he the state Regent of j. A Parker o Farmville. Presiding Over the joint a Lier meeting will he mrs. J. Hayden of this City who is it vice Regent of tile i. Pc. I invocation will he pronounced mrs. Charles h. Stephenson Raleigh state treasurer of d. A c. Greetings and Welt will be Given by mrs. Wyche mrs. Wei born respectively. It pending to the Welcome will mrs. Wayne Spencer set vice president of the Daughty of 1x12. The address by or i Humphreys of High Point loge will follow and Spe music will be by mrs. Geol Finch of Thomasville Supra a highlight of the evening be the presentation by it Wyche of a Large number distinguished guests who will tend. A everybody Happy Kansas City. A dog a Bird lovers made a ii coed it Soj fight against inclusion of Section Banning noisy Pels a new anti noise ordinance. Chairman Chester Cooke the Council general comm tee spoiled things though pointing out the deleted so Hon merely would have Dup rated a Law already in fore. Greece la increasing it is ments of tobacco to the uni states. Ga., after visiting her daughter mrs. Richard Phillips. Mrs. Ben f Green is improving nicely from an operation for a sinus infection which she recently underwent at the Charlotte Eye ear and Throat Hospital. Or. G. Gambrel attended the annual health officers conference in Raleigh tuesday and wednesday. Mrs. Cletus Beck underwent a minor operation at the Davidson Hospital on tuesday and is getting along nicely. Mrs. John Craven has returned to her Home on Fairview drive after spending the past two weeks in Duke Hospital. Or. And mrs Maurice j. Peacock and daughter. Barbara of Martinsville va., spent the past week end with or. And mrs. P. E Peacock. Mrs. 8. W. Rash of Greenville s. C., is the guest of mrs. J. Childers. Stop the drips and save your temper by having Welborn Supply co. I n 8 t a i l Belco velvet seals in All your faucet phone 2280 if i int i i i a 1 ii Ltd exclusive with Lizzie Gooc Arcade building t

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