High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 4 1940, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 4, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Page six Sec. The High Point enter prise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina thursday january i 194 la , social and club activities Madeline Hoover editor phone 89s on office hours 9 a. M. To c m. ,.,.v.w�v.w�,.vav.v.,.v.v.,.v.,.,.vtv. .ww.m in the wok Burrow Hohn at Howk Herk or. And or. R. E. Burrow of 118 Tomlinson Street announce the birth of a daughter Ruth Anne on december 19, at their Home. R d. Tillson discusses landscaping at mid week Garden club s first meet landscaping with special regard to walk and driveways was discussed for the mid week Garden club at its first 19 40 meeting yesterday by r d. Tillson landscape Gardener. Mrs. W. B. Thomas was hostess to the club Ai her Home on Colonia drive. Routine business was transacted with or. Hoke Bullard president in the chair and included a report from mrs. B. S. Cummings. A Southern life Magazine chairman. Or. Tillson s talk was preceded by a piano duet a Valse triste Quot Sibell Tisaj. By misses Caroline Dalton and Sarah Lacey Tomlinson. Or. Tillson who was introduced by the program chairman. Mrs. Valette p. Harris illustrated his talk with sketches showing different types of walks and driveways in their relations to houses of differing styles and architecture. And made Many suggestions of artistic and practical nature regarding them. In addition to misses Tomlinson and Dalton and or. Tillson the following attended the meeting mesdames Hoke Bullard b. S. Cummings Collier Ellis Valette Harris e. T. Harrison Horace Haworth h. T. Hudson. W. L. Jackson j. E. Millis Fred Thomas. Or. And mrs. Hardin move to Rockford Road or. And mrs. H. P. Hardin have just moved from 1108 North main Street to their new Home on Rockford Road. They Are now occupying the w. D. Simmons residence. Newly wed couple on Brief visit in City or. And mrs. Wilson c. Grubb of Elizabethtown pa., left today for their Home after a visit with the former s Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. David l. Barbee at 9 23 Asheboro Street. Or. And mrs Grubb were married on saturday december 30, in a Church ceremony at Lancaster pa., and Are j now on their wedding trip. R. I Pini or. Grubb is a former resident i Tea mses Tuque nans urged to attend As several items of business in regard to the years work will be presented at this time. Of High Point and now is con a heeled with the War department meeting t of i oni Ghl air depot Al Middletown. A. Is 0f Mccall Magdalene Rebekah to meet tomorrow evening the Magdalene Rebekah Lodge will meet tomorrow evening at 7 30 of clock in the regular ses Sion at the Hall. All members Are colonial drive. There will be a meeting of the damsels clique this evening at 7 30 of clock according to an announcement made this morning. Hostess at this time will be miss Dorothy Mccall and the meeting will take place at her Home on Gene Council observes ninth birthday with attractive party Here Gene Council daughter of or. And mrs. Lawrence Council observed her ninth birthday at. An attractive party yesterday afternoon at the Home of her parents. 410 Lindsay Street where she entertained a number of her friends. Games and contests appropriate to the occasion were enjoyed by the group under the direction of Annie Lida Council sister of the Young hostess and mrs. Alson Gray. Afterwards they were invited into the dining room whore they were served an a ice course and accompanying delicacies from an attractive table featuring As Centrepiece a Large birthday cake decorated in Pink and Green. Mrs. Council was assisted in serving by mrs. Murray White. Gene received Many gifts from the guests in attendance who included Diane Snider Jimmy Lovelace. Norman spell. Jr., Julia Timmons Moore Betsy White Murray White or. Betty Gray Bobby Griffith Annie Lida Council Sarah Gene Wall and mesdames j. V. Spencer. Bessie Thigpen. Max Wall and Murray White. Relation of business to government topic for Bpwe dinner program Here a varied and interesting pro Gram featured the january dinner meeting of the High Point business and professional worn a ends club Beld last evening in the private dining room of the Elwood hotel when members of the Public affairs committee by which mrs. E m Shipman is chairman were in charge. The topic a the relation Between business and government a j furnished material for the pro Gram which a prepared by mrs. Shipman and her committee. Mrs. C. B. Stainback and miss Virginia Calhoun assisted by several other members in the presentation mrs Shipman introduced the subject on which Short talks were featured. Mrs stain Baek spoke on government in its relation to business which was followed by a Brief talk on government and its relation to banking by miss Ruth Goodman and government and its relation to the school by mrs. Edwin Chappell. An interesting highlight of the meeting was the a Parade of the alphabet in which various members defined some of the governments alphabetical institutions of this administration and a general discussion followed. Notable among this was the explanation of the to v. A. By miss Raenel Hunt who told of a recent trip to this Tennessee Valley project. A general quiz entitled a food for thought a presented by mrs. Shipman also Drew interest the questions timing put to the club in general and. When unanswered the answers were Given by mrs. Oriana b. James president of the club. Prior to the general program group singing by the entire membership was engaged in with miss Helen English at the piano. Twentieth Century study club feted at luncheon by mrs r. I. Quigley mrs r i. Mgley entertained members of the twentieth i in tury study club St a delightful luncheon meeting St her Home i in Westwood yesterday afternoon when one visitor w an pres j ent. In addition to the club members Cut Flowers were used through out Tho entertaining rooms of j the attractive Home and guests Wert seated St the dining room table which featured a love Crystal bowl on reflector filled with Talisman roses Mexia and Narcissi As Centrepiece. A course luncheon wus served. Following ? the luncheon. Mrs. J chides ii Rutsch presented the program which was a splendid i review of the Book Young men against the world by the ens bsh poet Cecil Day Lewis she gave the Story of this Book which is a rather hopeless one showing modern youth As afraid of Alt phases of life and tracing the history of four Young men who Ocie educated at Oxford University these Are Theodore the frustrated intellectual John the j aerialist Henry with his Lack of self Confidence and Anthony. The Friend of All. She pictured the author As concerned with the idealism and inflation of the year 1926 and the disillusion of youth during the following year. Now you com breathe h Char cold clogged head this Quick Way Clear that tormenting stuffiness a breathe More freely just a few drop of Vicks Vatro Nola that a wha i you need. Feel it go right to work a bring real Comfort. This treatment is successful because Vatro nol is define medication containing several essential Relief giving agents plus Ephedrine expressly designed for nose and upper Throat. Next time done to wait for a cold to get a head Start. Used at first sniffle or sneeze Vatro nol helps keep a cold from developing. Mari a ious Nott to Iii a Vicks a Bonol mrs Glenn Smith wan a visitor for this luncheon meeting in addition to the club members present. Girl reserves committee meets groups to meet girl Reserve activities in High Point for 1939 were reported to the girl Reserve committee of the y. W. C. A. At the Home of mrs. Kenneth Redman by miss Susannah Thomas. Girl Reserve Secretary yesterday afternoon when the committee met to compile statistics for its report to the annual meeting of the y. W cd a. J on january la. Later in the afternoon Mem hers of the committee of which mrs. Henry Foscue is chairman listened to a radio broadcast of mrs. Franklin d. Roosevelt a adore to the National girl Reserve conference which is being held this week near Chicago. At the conclusion of the meeting. Mrs Redman served Dainty refreshments to the committee members present for this meeting this evening Marks the regular meeting of Hie Jolly y club held at the y. W. C. A. And will feature the election of officers. The hour for this meeting will be 7 30 of clock and miss Lillian Weaner retiring president will he in the chair. This afternoon is the time for the Cloverdale girl Reserve clubs meeting when election of officers and plans for the Winter programs will be featured. The Pickett Junior club will meet tomorrow afternoon at four of clock. Social Calendar Friday 3 p. Priscilla club will meet with mrs c. A. Ring sr., on Wellington Street. 3 30 p. the Philomath Ean club will meet with mrs. A. G. Douglas at her Home 516 Parkway at its regular meeting. Saturday 7 30 p. american business club will have a dinner dance at the Emery Vood country club. John Peddicord a orchestra will furnish music for dancing and invited guests of members will join them at 9 30. Glasses fitted or. Nat Walker car Fri h attention to i Hilda Len phone 2962 office Over Walgreen drug family finish Iii finest laundry service available mat work. My in. Wearing apparel .18c la minimum bundle .,.$1.00 Dpi Mawkst inv tot i in Tivawe i i s St a ii Tia a ? 5 Kstarts Friday doors open at 9 Richardson Mai leather jackets men mild Bays i n i Lier jacket in Black Ami Brown. Xii sizes. Reduced for Quick disposal mgt hurry Down As they will go fast at this Low Price Only $4.00 menus shirts menus fancy Dees. Shirt. Fast color. Well made. Fued Collar. A real value at Fri Low Price. All size. For Only 36c menus unions men s knit i Ilion sail. Lamg sleeve. Lamg leg in Ecru. Heavy Grade. Regular tile value. For Only 50c pair menus pants men Anvil Brand work Pant in Many kind to select from. Irregulars. From a $2.00 Grade. Very special for Only 63c pair ladies dresses two big Racks of ladies silk dresses in Black and All colors reduced to sell quickly so be Here Early Friday. Only each. Print dresses ladies Cotton print dresses in All sizes Many styles to select from fast color. Very special for this Low Price Only each Towel ends Large size Huck Towel ends hem med ready for use some with coloured Border. Very special at Only in Eachi it a ladies Coats big rack of ladies Winter Coats reduced sharply. Tweeds Sealos. All Fine fabrics. All colors. Very special at this Low Price Only ladies Coats All the finer Coats Are in this group sport and dress styles Black and All colors All at one Low Price of ladies shoes Over five Hundred Cair of ladies Cre Mil be in All Euler and size. These Are regular value. Reduced to Only a $1.00 pair House shoes ladies Tell and i eat hereto e House shoe in All color. Added Vole Xii size. X Ery special for Only a 22c pair menus work shoes men xxx Ork shoes with Long vearing Coni volition Sale. These Are regular values for Only a $1.00 pair children a shoes Sale of t Hildrene a shoes and oxfords Iii Black and Brown. Sizes up to 2. Reduced to close out for Only a 87c pair Bov a shirts boys fancy ores shirt. Last color. Xii vile. Org a tar 49c value. Very special for Only 27c each ux5t luncheon cloths in plaid patterns last color o washing. Priced special it Only 19c rach i Hildron panties t Hildren s Fine Quality Rayon panties in All sires. Irregulars from a lie Trade. Very special for anly 5c pair hosiery full fashion la it saner two thread All silk Llos Ery new shades. Never before sold Al such a Low puce. Hurry for Thiv value Only 46c Only Chile 331 3 laundry High Points Only supt water laundry children s Coats big rack of children s dress Coats reduced sharply to sell quickly. All sizes and colors for Only $4.00 children s dresses children a Cotton print dresses. Fast color. All sizes. Reduced to sell out quickly Only 39c each Terry towels clearance of Terry towels in pastel colors also White with coloured Border. Very special tor Only 5c each blankets Dun Hie bed sire 5% Vav oui blankets in colourful plaids sateen hound edges a real value at this Low Price Only 67c each bed spreads double bed size Rayon bed spreads in All colors. A regular value reduced to dear at Only $1.00 each sheets size i vim Bod Sheet slightly filled. A real value at Ilii Low Price. Duly a 39c each Pillow cases a Good Quality Pillow t ase. I ugh size. 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