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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 4, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Thursday january 4, 1940the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry Blu Point North Carolina Page seven Sec. A mrs. R. K. Farrington entertains Thomasville club new year s Tea Hedy s sex has new wife Thomasville. Jan. 4.�? special a the initial Post Holiday meeting of the Ace of clubs a held wednesday afternoon when mrs. R. K. Farrington was gracious hostess at her Home on colonial drive where Cut Flowers formed a attractive setting. Three tables of contract Bridge were in play and at the count of personal to fat girls now you can slim Down your face and figure without strict dieting or Back breaking exercises. Just eat sensibly and take i Marmot tablets a Day. According to the direction. Mar Mola tablets have been sold to the Public for More than thirty years. More than Twenty million boxes have been distributed during that period. Mar Mola is not intended As a cure All for All ailments. This advertisement is intended Only for fat persons who Are Normal and healthy otherwise and whose fatness is caused by a reduction in the secretion from the thyroid gland hypothyroidism with accompanying subnormal metabolic rates. No other representation is made As to this treatment except under these conditions and according to the dosage As recommended. We do not make any diagnosis As that is the function of your physician who must be consulted for that purpose. The formula is included in every package. Start with mar Wola today and win the slender Lovely Fig Ore that is rightfully yours. Capital invites you a wonderful thrilling adventure awaits you in Washington 0. C inspiring and educational entertainment for your visit to the City of world affoirs1 Yow will enjoy the location of hotel Annapolis convenient to pm Points of interest accommodations Ore Modem end rotes Ore Moderato air conditioned Guist rooms a Public Spach scores. Mrs. A Vali Boyles was conceded top score and received handkerchiefs while identical awards went to mrs. J. S. Green and miss Beulah Noncent the former runner up in the game and the latter a guest for the afternoon. Two courses of refreshments were later served to mesdames g. T. Alexander. Alvah Boyles. J. S. Green. J. F. Garner Nat Walker Charles f. Phillips. W g. Smith Vernon Snyder w. E Tomlinson. Walter Kapp and misses Lucille James and Beulah torment. Honouring mrs. P. K. Kyser of Rocky mount the House guest of or. And mrs. Howell r. Kyser or. George Corcoran a recent Bride and mrs. Reece Harville who left the following Day to make her Home in Kings Mountain a delightful Tea was Given on new years Day when mrs. J. W. Boyles joined hospitality with her daughters Mit Isabel Boyles and mrs. Guy Dudley of Winston Salem at the Boyles residence on West main Street. Mrs. Corcoran the Bride is the former miss Alliene Hoover of this City. Greenery with White tapers formed a Holiday setting in the living room and the dining room featured red tapers in Silver candelabra with red roses and White Narcissi forming the Tea table. Guests were greeted by miss Boyles and miss Virginia Boyles showed them to the cloak room they were then presented by mrs. Dudley to mrs. Boyles and the three Honor guests who received in the living room and afterwards were served Dainty refreshments in the dining room where mrs. Alvah Boyles assisted in serving my one time austrian munitions King but More noted for his efforts to suppress the film a ecstacy a a in which his former wife. Glamorous be Hedy Lamarr appeared nude Fritz Mandl has picked a successor to Hedy. Suie is the former Herta Schneider. Austrian Beauty with her husband at a new York night club at which their secret wedding was revealed. Pictured 400 outside rooms k mho with Bath Sinor from with parking i hotel Annapolis in Washington. 0 c la to 13 is. Psi Happy Relief from painful backache Many of Tho gnawing nagging painful Barniest people blame on cold or Strain Are often reused by tired kidneys and May be relieved when treated in the right Way. The kidneys Are nature # chief Way of taking tees arid and poisonous waste out of the blood. They help Moat people Pas about 3 Pinta a Hay. If the is mile of kidney tubes and biters done to work Well. Poisonous waste matter stays in tha blood. These poisons May tart nagging backache rheumatic pains loss of Pep and Energy getting up nights swelling puffiness under the Eye headaches and dimness frequent or scanty passages with a Martig and burning sometimes shows there it something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Done to wait ask your druggist for Doans pills used successfully by millions for Over 40 presided and or. Dudley the Tea table. Each of the Honor gue presented with a gift As Venlo of the party and approx mately Twenty five guests were attendance. Its a i veers. They give Happy Relief and will help the t Poi pm a from your blood Doans a pills. Miles of kidney tunes flush out poisonous Lizzie Gooch of has you an Opportunity unusual to Saye Coats reduced it i 11 re in rimmed tailored now now half halt Price Tice tweeds now half Price 1 group dresses formerly $21.95 now $10.95 i group dresses formerly $16.95 now $8.95 i group dresses $5 Robes i ious Coats. Negligee one third off $1.95 sweaters now $1.39 $2.95 sweaters now $1.95 of interest is the announcement of the marriage of mrs. Mae Bough Brewer to Wade q Gallimore which was solemnized saturday. Dot Ember 29, in a private ceremony at the first Baptist Church Here. Rev. J. A. Neilson pastor of the Mills Home Church officiated in the presence of the pastor or. W. K. Mcgee and a Low close friends and relatives. Miss Ellen Mae Pegg rendered a program of wedding music it the Organ and the couple entered together and took their vows at the altar. The Bride wore a costume suit of Plain coloured Wool with fur trim and Matching accessories with Corsage of orchids and lilies of the Valley. Or. Gallimore is the daughter of mrs. W. Hough and the late or. Hough of Carthage and is popularly known Here where he has resided for a number of i years. She holds a position with the Jones department store Here or. Gallimore is the son of or. And or. T. H. Gallimore of Den a ton but a resident of Thomasville where he is connected with the Thomasville chair company. On i their return from a wedding trip. J the couple will be at Home at 119 Chestnut Street. Thomasville. Miss Alma Lianes returned monday to appalachian state teachers College to continue her oldies after spending Tho holidays with her Mother mrs. Lianes of Lexington Avenue. Woman s College students resume work after Holiday Greensboro Jan. I hats i group hats formerly to 48.50 $2.00 $3.00 Lizzie Gooch Aho add building 4.�?-St ii i dents returned to woman s col a lege wednesday. In readiness fur i 8 o clock classes this morning. I following a Holiday of a Little More than two weeks for Christ. Man. Mid term examinations will be i Gin three weeks later. Reading i Day being scheduled for january 25. And examinations the following Day. They will continue through Friday Fob. 2. And registration for the second semester will he held feb. 5-7, and work for the new semester will begin feb. 7. Returning students found work beginning on the new lighting system for the Campus and landscaping done on the front Campus. Plans were announced during the holidays for a three acre Lake and amphitheatre to be built on the site of the old Golf course bordered by Walker Avenue West Market Street and Aycock Street. During the holidays work was completed on the science building. And As soon As equipment is in. Three departments biology chemistry and physics a will move from their old quarters in Mciver. As soon As these departments Are moved renovation of Mclver will be started to give better and larger quarters to other departments. Art will move from the Home economic building taking Over the space formerly used by chemistry. Own a a Lea Hek Iti esl Pittsburgh. Jan i a in a heart attack suffered Christmas Day brought death to or. Maitland Alexander widely known Clergyman and former Moderato the presbyterian general Assembly. Jeannette younger celebrates third birthday at party 1/2 i Ric Salk Friday and saturday /115 hats Black amp Bright shawls fabrics of Belling a silk Jersey a Wool Jersey be Herras these May be worn Well into the Spring season. 15 Fine French sport Felts 3h.aruee also la Rafield lakh Khz i to one half Price millinery sir i m ask mrs. David younger entertained a number of children at her Home 410 Grayson Street of j tuesday to Honor her Small daughter Jeanette on her third i birthday. Games and contests were play it d. And later refreshments were served to the seven guests who presented their Young Host is i with attractive gift. Mrs. Burnett Speaks to study group of Ray Street school Pat the regular meeting of the executive Board of the Ray Street Parent teacher association was held yesterday morning at the school and after routine business was transacted adjourned for a study group meeting with or. Mabel Burnett local girl scout executive As guest speaker. Mrs. Burnett was introduced by mrs. Tamar Mccallum. Study group chairman and used As her topic. A the Alibi she stressed the fact that parents do themselves enough injustice by robing on alibis to get them Over tight place a hut that they do their children a far greater injustice by setting them such an example. The essential qualities to avoid such a practice said mrs. Burnett Are Faith understanding. Interest in the social order and sense of humor. Announcement was made of the first regular Parent teacher association for 1940, which will be hold on tuesday evening with miss Vera idol As speaker. Main Street class meeting postponed the regular meeting of the willing workers class of South main Street methodist Church Ghchi a scheduled to be held tomorrow night a been postponed until next Friday night. The place of meeting will be announced later. Chicago produce Chicago Jan. 4 a up a butter 657,755, steady prices unit baneful. Eggs 9.894, unsettled current receipts it other prices unchanged. An exhibit of newly forged japanese swords was held recently in Tokyo. I Quot about i i j 3eop e Money allotted for better health Raleigh. Jan. 4.�? pm a a health situation a which caused a considerable alarm at the Elizabeth City state teachers College for negroes caused the Council of state to allot $783 from the contingency and emergency fund yesterday As a. Corrective measure. A nurse physician and equipment will be provided. The College Bas no infirmary officials said. But a fee will be charged students next year for medical Aid. Two cases of illness there were described As a very other allotments by the Council were $14,000 to the n. College for negroes in Durham to Complete a gymnasium being built As a spa project $5,100 to place tile Revenue building the supreme court building and the new Justice build Jing on the same electrical Hookup to save Power and $7,500 to the j i University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to provide classroom equipment. High Point negro sentenced to 30 Days on county roads special to the Enterprise Greensboro Jan. Whitesides High Point negro was sentenced to 30 Days on the county roads by Superior court judge Felix Alley in the morning court session Here today. After trial on a charge of being drunk and disorderly in the High Point municipal court Whitesides took an Appeal to Superior court october 29. Reduced european shipments have increased a demand in Mexico for drugs from the United states. State deaths Rev. L. A. Harris special to the Enterprise Denton Jan. 4. A funeral services for Rev. Leroy Whitson Harris 86-year-old retired Baptist minister were conducted from the Eldorado Baptist Church near Here this morning at la of clock. Rev. Harris died at the Home of a daughter mrs. John Brewer at Eldorado tuesday night after a Short illness. Ordained in the ministry in 1885, Rev. Harris served in numerous pastorate until 1925 when he was retired. He is survived by two sons o. W. Harris of Eldorado and t. L. Harris of Albemarle and two daughters. Mrs. Waymon Cranford of near Denton and mrs. Brewer. Services were in charge of Rev. Max picker the pastor and Rev. Charley Cranford of Eldorado. Interment was made in the Macedonia Church cemetery s \ the Hui Price Tiu Pajk 2,241 cases of Kia Columbia s. C., Jan. 4.�? up a the state health department reported today that South acro Lina had 2,261 cases of influenza last week. Richland county led with 287 cases. Others near the top were Spartanburg 214 Charleston 159 Abbeville 147 Anderson. 116 Greenville 111. Being read these important facts quivering nerve can make you old Haggard Cranky can make your life a Nightmare of jealousy self pity and a the often such nervousness is due to female functional disorders. So take famous Lydia e. Pinkham a vegetable compound to help Calm Unstrung nerves and Lessen functional for Over 60 years Relief giving Pinkham a compound has helped tens of thousands of grandmothers mothers and daughters a in time of Pinkham a compound positively contains no opiates or habit forming ingredients it is made from natures own wholesome roots and herbs Tach with its own special work to perform. One of the in of effective a a woman so tonics made in liquid or Handy to carry Tablet form similar formula. Try it continuing our a pre inventory Sale 20% to 50% reduction on All merchandise except concerns with written agreement not to reduce to North main or. Edith love is Iii with pneumonia at her Home 315 Willowbrook Street. Mrs. L. F. Honeycutt is ill at j her Home. 607 Woodrow Avenue j where she has been confined with influenza for the past several j Days. I r. L. Green of 302 Best Street i i is a patient at the Burrus Memor-1 Tai Hospital to which he Ware a moved from his Home on monday 1 where he has been 111. He is in j de going treatment and his con i edition is now More comfortable j mrs. Kate Jones. 301 South j Hamilton Street is expected to re i turn today from Petersburg va., it where she a called by the death i j of her Mother. Or. H. Ii. Per Kins on monday. Or. Mary do Armour remains i i quiet ill at her Home 631 North i main Street Friend will regret i i to learn. Clarence Southern who has been undergoing treatment at the Guilford general Hospital has been removed to his Home 11 u4 i Lake Street where he is improve i ing satisfactorily. La police auxiliary to meet this evening with mrs. Friddle the police auxiliary will hold its regular meeting this evening at 7 30 of clock at the Home of mrs. W. G. Friddle on English Street when mesdames l. A. Bergman a c. Brackett and Waldo Carroll will be associate hostesses. It was inadvertently announced in last night paper that the meeting was wednesday but this was erroneous. 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