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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 9, 1940, High Point, North Carolina A a Page sixth High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Tupi a it january 9. 19 0 . .v.v.v.v.wp.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.wav.v/.v.v.v. Social and club activities Deline Hoover editor phone no 4568 office hours 9 a. M. To c m. ,,.va%v.v.v.v.v.v.,.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.vv.v.v.%%%wa%v,%.w Var refugee Sweden s Golden girl gleams in Florida Sun in York paper commends High Point Irden club on Winter Bird project it the meeting of the High hut Garden club held this lining at the Home of mrs. N \ in Quot a rout Quot ii cd Redalf be attention was called to the i Kiclty Given this club by the a. York Tino s to i no on making wreaths to hang Side and serve As Bird food ing the Winter when other by is not available. I it or was read by mrs. Armen iut. It pointed out that a Bird re re would do Well to follow example of the High Point Irden club of High Point North roil a in preparing Christmas paths made of Bird food Quot and dwelt at length on the worthwhile project. Mrs. A. E. Tate president of the club presided Over this meeting when a most interesting and helpful program was presented by mrs. Levi Hayworth who had As her topic Quot the preparation of soil to make it suitable for Shade Loving telling of the methods for various plants. A round table discussion in which each member took part followed when additional information was brought out in regard to this subject. A Good percentage of the membership was in attendance in spite of the inclement weather. A if career of Helen Jepson singing ire tomorrow features major successes Helen Jepson. Glamorous met roman opera Soprano who will held tomorrow evening at 8 30 the Junior High school audient when the High Point co native concert association pre its the second in its concert ides has crowded into her Brief peer a notable series of Stic in Nim stores. Proday her appearance Are i standing even to that engage Igor attention Seldom has there in an artist More versatile and it Sously equipped to give the i of exhilaration. I i. Pro Politan opera opposite Pawnee Tibbett brought to that gust institution a figure that to Tho personification of youth Charm blessed with a Beauty voice and a spontaneous flair the stage. Her scintillating sence has graced colourful permian cos of a la Traviata a Faust a a Capo Sacchi who meistersinger Quot and Quot tales this Golden haired Huntress is indeed one of the me favourites of the Golden a Era shoe. Tho glorious voice animated iou gence and winning i divid Lity of this artist have been of by the Chicago civic opera a lie a he ii i been a gely responsible for a remark Ile Renaissance of interest Aud activity. This Lovely Zephyr of Clear floating tones has been a most regaling experience for the residents of the Windy City. Her appearances in a sotello Quot a Traviata a a Martha a a la Boheme a a a Louise and a the love of three Kings have been sheer triumphs. As for her performance in a thais a it was so stupendous that immediately critics hailed her As a the new thais Quot making her the successor to such illustrious artists As Mary Garden Geraldine Farrar and Maria Jeritza who sustained the High tradition of this role through various periods. In addition to this Helen Jepson has been in demand As soloist in concert and oratorio with impressive appearances at Carnegie Hail As Solo Soprano in Bach s great a a a minor mass Quot with the new York oratorio society and other engagements being at the big May festival in Cincinnati As soloist in Verdi s a requiem a in barbs a St. Matthews and in Dumler s a Stab at mater Quot also at the Ann Arbor Spring festival and the Worcester festival. This splendid record was not an Over ight affair of magic with miss Jepson her history is one of hard work from Early girlhood. Not disdaining Small opportunities she built upon them step by step creating a foundation of solid equipment for a each and every Eminence achieved in her Brilliant musical career. Irs. Bernard and Liss Smith sharing membership letters cite annual dinner social Calenda Tikisha 6 30 p. dinner and business meeting of the Althusa club will he held in the private dining room of the Sheraton hotel. 7 30 p. In a the High Point chapter number 106. Order of due Eastern Star will meet at masonic Hall when five candidates will be initiated. 8 30 p. study group of the High Point Council of jewish women will be held at the Home of mrs. Sara Wagger 302 Woodrow Avenue. Mrs. Nancy k. Poston will give a Book review As the feature of the program. W Al Mcshay to a. Good will Garden club will be entertained by mrs. R. E. Shelton on Ferndale drive. L. B. Dutton will be the guest speaker and will talk on a to a in. Mrs. 8. Grayson will be hostess to the Burbank Garden club at her Home on North main Street at its regular club meeting. 12 30 p. In the wednesday Book club will have a luncheon meeting with mrs. W. J. Fraley on Ardmore Circle. The hostess will also be in charge of the program. 3 p. Rny the annual business meeting of the High Point graduate nurses club will be held with mrs. J. Madison ,628 colonial drive. 3 30 p. . P. W. Flagge will be hostess at the regular meeting of the midweek St tidy club at her Home on colonial drive. 8 30 p. cooperative conceit association of which mrs. Charles f. Tomlinson is president will present second concert in the seasons series when Helen Jepson metropolitan opera Soprano will sing. Only those holding season tickets Are eligible to attend. Thursday to a. girl scout Council will meet with mrs. R. A. Herring at her Home. 807 East Islington Avenue when annual reports will be featured. 3 p. social arts club will meet with mrs. A r. Garland at Soi Woodrow Avenue. 6 30 meeting will be of the or. O. A Kwh in kill is Bors at parties meeting of Owca among inned to Young Bernard it n it it the varied parties Honor two popular Low Omen mrs Gilbert a recent Bride and Smith Bride elect of i Briary when she will wed Eden g. Watkins or. Are an eve i my ii <1 a Pai in w Eek. Hrs. J. Also Gray will be Host at the Bridge party thursday Ming Ai her apartment 410 id say Street when miss Smith id mis. Bernard the foe is Mai Ion Elliott will share nor five tables will be in by at this time. A in Gomo of thi City will join \ Greensboro at the dinner party Ich will take place at the Jetson roof restaurant in greens to at eight of clock Only close lord Quot of the two Honoreen will included in the guest list nun iring approximately Twenty. A Irusta meeting at Leaton this evening the Althusa club will hold its nary business and dinner neet in the private dining room of Sheraton hotel this evening 6 30 o clock. There will be no Ogram at this time this meet being devoted entirely to Busl i the various officers and a hair a of committees. Colds muscular aches basal ruse Ries 3uick-rub on 5upe&mfdicatedl ene Trout it get in its Good Vork. Fast because it contains t03 times More medication Han any other Salve sold nationally for colds vascular aches and nasal miseries. Get super medicated a Enetro letters have been mailed the j entire membership of the local y. J Vav c. A. Calling attention to the a annual meeting on thursday eve Ning in the basement of the first Baptist Church which will take i the form of a dinner meeting at j 6 30 o clock. Reservations for dinner May i be secured from any member of i the y. W. A. Board or by Call Jing the y. A c. A. Hut. Mrs. Carter Dalton local y. Vav. President w ill be in charge for the dinner meeting which will j feature during the business session Annua reports. Mrs. Fred Whitescarver. Membership chair-1 Man Heads the committee on ran cements which sponsors membership events. Held each p. Rny the annual of the local y. Vav. A. Held in the basement first Baptist Church. Williamson will be the speaker and special music will be rendered by or. Janet r. Owens and miss Janet Hall of the High Point College music department. Friday a3.30 p. Rny the Canterbury nub will be entertained by mrs. Charles Vav. Perry at her Home on Sherbrook court at its regular meeting. Girl reserves elect new slate Florence Nightingale meeting election of new officers Fea Are tined the meeting of the senior All Pickett girl Reserve club held yesterday afternoon at the y. Vav. \ Williamson Pas c. A. Hut. And plans for programs presbyterian for the next two weeks were also and completed mrs. Miss month or. O tor of the first Church will be the speaker music will be furnished by Janet r Owens pianist and Janet Hall Soprano. Included in the letter mailed the members is the usual ballot for the election of a directors to succeed those whose terms have expired As Well As a nominating committee to serve for 1941. These letters Are to be turned Over to the executive Secretary miss Leslie Johnson at the y. For tabulation. A a four local people celebrate birthdays with dinner sunday a Surprise birthday dinner was Given sunday of the Home of or. And mrs. J. Vav. Kivett 1402 English Street to Honor mrs. Kivett who shared honors with mrs. Otis Riley mrs. L. S. Snow and Dorsey Dailey All of whom celebrated their birthdays at this time. The dining room featured a color note of Pink and White carried out by festoons of crepe paper and the table was entered by a Large birthday take. Turn Breed approximately five. Domino club will guests Twenty meet this evening the regular meeting of the Domino club will be held with mrs. Robert Guarino this evening at the Home of her Mother mrs. J. S. Furr 1008 Tipton Street. The meeting will get underway at the customary hour 7 45. Family finish tit Uneit laundry service available mat work. He in wearing apparel. I he la minimum bundle. 91.00 phone 3303 laundry High Points of v soft water a Lal Nur v elected of the new slate Are miss Jean Walters president miss Earleen Smith program chairman miss Shirley Dorset Sot Jai chairman and miss Sarah Straley secret Ary to Tea surer. Next mondays meeting will feature the discussion of plans for a trip to Greensboro when various spot of interest including the two colleges Guilford Battleground and other places will be visited on a tour which Wil take place next saturday instead of the following monday the regular Day of meeting. The Blair girl reserves Are meeting at the hut this afternoon at 4 o clock and tomorrow evening the regular wednesday evening club will meet at the hut. Miss Peggy Bass is pct Udenyi it of this club and mrs. Margaret Gladstone advisor. A feature of this meeting will be a Check Sheet on what the girl Reserve program should include. Last evening the Florence Nightingale club installed its new slate of officers at the hut following a supper meeting at six the following taking office president mrs Leta Anderson vice president. Miss Joy Patterson Secretary miss Louise Welch assistant Secretary. Mrs Hallie saudis treasurer. Miss made Duncan and program chairman miss Mary Coble. Mrs. Ola Carpenter. Retiring president presided Over this meeting. Mrs. Leta Anderson president of this group accompanied by miss Leslie Johnson general Secretary of the y. Vv., leaves saturday for Salisbury where they will attend a meeting for the purpose of planning the program for the Industrial mid Winter conference. Haight or Horn to the Iames it lev Ela Noh or. And mrs. James Cleveland announce the birth of a daughter Rebecca Ann on saturday january 6, at the Guilford general Hospital. Mrs Cleveland was formerly miss Matgaret Carroll. M0r0line Petroleum Jelly is k soothing Safe any chafe Chicago furniture sanding la Stop Market threatens attendance record ii ilk Fiolli on having the flu instead of scouting shops for you and i would dearly love i to be finding Snappy Snow clothes for you i am sick in bed with flu. And you know flu number Ltd introduce i under was sew pieces it shows his week the Walls of my room Are a Pale Blue so Are my thoughts As i twist and turn with a burning forehead icy cold feet and a sore Throat. I twiddle with the radio and wait for the doctor. Not even the familiar and Friendly voices of Edwin r. Murrow of London and William l. Shirer of Berlin can stir me to excitement it is Only the doctors step upon the Stair i want to hear. Occasionally i fall into a Hal sleep Semi conscious and think i am in the office with typewriters tapping and Linotype rattling. With Madeline s and dots Heads together and everybody from soc to Harvey busily getting out Che paper while i sit utterly bereft of Power to act physically or mentally. Suddenly i hear voice. It must be or. Waynick coming to Tell me to vacate As there is no room on the Enterprise for a dumb Bell i know he is not referring to Dot but it is Only the doctor saying Quot Wake up a and holding a thermometer to my dry lips. He leaves and again i find myself dozing but this time i am Bare footed in a House dress walking main Street window shopping i look in this Market window and see horrible meat a Sau sages cuts of beef Bacon cheeses and i awake with the taste of sawdust in my Mouth. And clothes who wants evening gowns and smart Street frocks when your legs and Back Are aching i Wake for Medicine. Some one hands me a newspaper. There Are the same old headlines of european tragedy and obituaries jolts of obituaries. The world is too much with me. I drink Orange juice and soup and a lot of water. I sleep and Wake. Downstairs the family is noisily going about its business. I can hear each individual voice someone laughs. I feel neglected and terribly sorry for myself. But this morning i Wake to a smiling Sun shining straight through my windows no headache and no fever a just weak and groggy. I must stay Here in bed for a Day or so and then out i go to be a Small nut in a Large piece of machinery called the Enterprise of High Point. I want to get Back on main Street and on All the other streets and see again the merchants and their assistants who have received me so kindly. So much for the flu. How Are you feeling Sweden sends the u. S. Lots of Lovely things not the least of which is the comely miss above. She Singa ,.daughter of Gustal Sio Steen called the Quot Henry Ford of Sweden and is pictured vacationing at Miami Beach fla., far from War shrouded Europe Church groups at Thomasville hold january meetings v. F. W. Auxiliary welcomes two new members at meeting Mcnutt tosses bouquets with reckless abandon in address by it uth Cowan Chicago. Jan. 9.�?�?at last furniture designers have got around to that Chap who is always losing his Collar buttons one of the new pieces introduced at the Winter wholesale Market is e velvet rack with a place for suit tie i hoes and a special velvet lined drawer for those elusive studs. All previous Market attendance records were threatened today the Trade shows second Day As buyers from the United states and Canada tramped the Long Halls of the american furniture Market and the merchandise Mart looking for new ideas. Among the latter Are new pieces of Mirror furniture in the american furniture Mart. Theres a Tricky kidney shaped living room desk All veneered in Mirror. A Small Mirror covered lamp table j stands on four slim Clear Glass tubular legs. Much emphasis at both marts is on outdoor furniture Here the i design in upholstery gets attention. One new note is that de signers have placed one big hold Flowers a Rose a poppy a Field Flowers on each Cushion on the. Backs of divans and chairs. Another designer has revised the old Hue about a Bird in a gilded Cage. He took a Bird Cage and made a Flower pot Container out of it. Modern furniture is still going Strong. The modern tendency to simplify line and enliven fabrics has had even greater effect no i traditional period pieces there an increase in simplified Frem d it period furniture shown. Federal Security candidate draws Roosevelt name Raleigh. Ian. 9.�? americans Are reluctant squish his High a i nut rat or and presidential Lusty cheers with mention of in bal High speech apr Paul v. Mcnutt a millions of to have president Roosevelt Relin special to the Enterprise Thomasville. Jan. 9.�?the january meeting of the woman a auxiliary. Main Street methodist Church was held at the Church hut monday afternoon with mrs. James e. Lambeth in the chair mrs. T. B Johnson led the opening devotional and mrs. Frank Murr chairman of Circle one was in charge of the program which was opened with a Brief devotional by mrs. Fred Gray. Miss Bain Johnson gave the mis d. A Aion study on a the life of miss i Book mud hell Bennett a a emphasizing a the i foundation of Scarritt after which miss Eugenia Booth so Jig a Ava the meeting i was concluded with prayer in j unison. Two new members mrs. Florence Jones and mrs. Annie Kearns were welcomed into the membership of the ladies auxiliary veterans of foreign wars at the regular meeting held last evening at the a f. Vav. Hall. During the business session. Routine matters were discussed j with the president. Mrs. Buoy Snider in the chair. Thirteen members were in attendance at the time in spite of the inclement weather. A a a flashes of life by the associated Prest miss Capel to give Book club program at Owca saturday Circle number one of the first j presbyterian Church met Mon Day afternoon at. The Home of i mrs. H. D. Rucker on West main Street mrs. D. M. Jester Leader was in charge of the meeting. Mrs Vav. G. Smith led in prayer and mrs. A. R. Reid conducted the Bible study which wag followed by a Brief business session the program on Quot foreign missions was led by mrs j. W. Hawthorne who was assisted by several other Circle members. Mrs Rucker was assisted in entertaining by mrs Bill mock. The y. Vav. A. Book club will meet saturday afternoon at two thirty As usual according to an announcement made this morning and the program will feature a review of Rachel Field s a fall this and heaven too which will be presented by miss Gertrude Capel librarian at the senior High school. This program was scheduled to have Bern Given by miss Capel last saturday but she was prevented from doing so by illness. A a sch urch Socia Sei f service East St. Louis. 111.�?magistrate h. A. Drummond didst like it when a old one eyed self appointed City Ball Odd jobs Man. Dropped into his court Aud started heckling witnesses. A please take this warrant Over to the police station and have it served he anally asked. Happily the Odd jobs Man took the warrant to the station As he had done Many times before. He was escorted promptly to a cell on a disorderly conduct charge. A Honey Moon on a credit Brazil Iuda John in. Riddell a construction worker was arrested on his hone Moon charged with giving Worth i est checks. Authorities said chocks he gave a Barkeep for drinks the county clerk for his marriage License and to the minister for the ceremony came hark marked a no Patsy Hoover Young daughter i of or. Aud mrs Ray Hoover end Street Terra tend a number of her friends j at an attractive party saturday j afternoon at her Home on Lex j in ton Avenue in Celebration of j her fifth birthday. Games directed by mrs. Ford Myers were enjoyed and mrs. Hoover told the children several stories. Later they were served an ice course in the dining room where the Large birthday cake with five tiny candles formed the Central decoration for the table. Guests included Billy Tudor Sylvia Beck Ann Grimes Rebecca Pollock. Bob grouse Madge and Bob Wilson Mary Lois Jester. Martha Jane Kanoy Billy Hethcock. Brightie White or. Catherine Hodgin. Mary Glenn and Merle Dean Stone. L. L. L. It lass Vav , Mee i this evening the l l. L. Glass of american Homes dept. Postpones meeting to fourth wednesday the january meeting of the american Home department of the High Point woman a club will be held of the fourth wednesday in the month instead of on the second wednesday As is customary. According to an announcement made today. At this time. Mrs. J. A Mccall will be hostess at her Home on colonial drive and another program of a series on Home making will be presented by miss Frances Mendenhall. A a adult education group postpones resumption Post Holiday classes the resumption of the meetings by the adult education speech class planned for this evening. Has been postponed due to inclement weather according to an announcement made this morning by mrs. J. Vav. Met Guinn director of the adult education program in High Point. Members Are asked to take note of this postponement and Are reminded that classes will be held next tuesday evening instead. has bartered Oil with Italy for 10,000,000 pounds of Rayon Yam. The Green j Baptist Church will hold their monthly meeting this evening at 7 30 o clock at the Church. Members Are asked to be in attendance it was stated a first methodist Circle will meet Circle number two of the first methodist Church of which mrs. Percy Payne is chairman will meet wednesday afternoon at three of clock at the Horny of or. Lillian Jones 412 North main Street Ca i a by Glass to meet this evening the sunday school class of Cal very methodist Church of which mrs. Ethel West is teacher will meet this evening at seven of clock at Tho Home of mrs. Sterling James on Wesley place according to an announcement made this morning. Stephens r1rye Vlash View Ting Vav Edn Esi a y the Stephens Bible class will meet tomorrow afternoon at three of clock with mrs. S. Grayson 1009 North main Street when mrs. Nora l. Andrews will be in charge of the program on on the tenth chapter of Luke. Rabies wanted Miami the Stork taken a Holiday no birth has Ben reported in this Community of about 10,000 since Midnight dec. 31. Merchants who annually Shower gift on the first baby of the years Are beginning to wonder at the delay. Telling the world Joplin chief Barney Walker discovered lint conversation around the sergeant s desk was going out Over the police radio. Quot that la never do a he exclaimed. A people sometimes say thing that be hem a on the he ordered the radio operator s office soundproofed. This statement by the Federal Security administrator at North Carolina democrats Jackson Day dinner Here last night Drew Lusty cheers. Mcnutt who himself is a candidate for the democratic presidential nomination if president Roosevelt does not seek a third term Drew applause every time he mentioned the president s i name. Introduced by Stevens the speaker was introduced by judge Henry l. Stevens jr., of Warsaw a a a Man who is great enough a Man who is experienced enough a Man who is Liberal enough a Man who is conservative enough to by president of the United both Mcnutt and Steven Are former National commanders of the american legion. Mcnutt acknowledging the introduction. Said. A what happens to me is not important what Hap i pens to us is vitally some 400 North carolinians j paid $25 each to eat the Steak dinner. Wins quota cup Rutherford county was award j de a cup for being the first Conn to to fill its Jackson Day quota. I and Yadkin got a cup for Over subscribing its quota by 250 per i cent. State senator John i. Larkin of Trenton was toastmaster. Most j of the announced and a Titian 1 noun de but running candidates i for governor were present but Larkins did not recognize any of. Them saying a if i should Retog i Nize All of the gubernatorial can j dilates it would consume the rest of our the diners cheered when my Nutt referred to governor Clyde j r. Hoey As a one of the outstanding chief executives of j Guilford and Forsyth medical societies to sponsor joint meeting the initial meeting of 19 40 for the Guilford county medical society will be a joint one with the Forsyth county so lety officers of the group announced today. The meeting will he held on thursday. January la at 7 p. In. At a the smoke House Quot on Stratford Road. A Vlastou Salem. Shaker for the evening will be or. Foster Kennedy professor of clinical neurology at the medical school of Cornell University who a prepared for the meeting a paper on a Winter relationship Between the body and mind among the out of state visitors was Olin d. Johnston former governor of South Carolina. When colds clog up your head Active it Iota Quot one successful Way to relieve distress of head colds is to use a few drops of Vicks Vatro Noj. This treatment is effective because a tto Noi is Active medication containing several essential Relief giving agents plus Ephedrine expressly designed for the nose and upper Throat. It actively penetrates cold clogged nasal passages and 2 it actively helps to remove congestion that causes so much of the misery. For wonderful Relief just i put a few drops Luie in of Vatro nol up m each nostril. A i owl eyes examined glasses fitted or. Nat Walker two enlistments made at army station Here Only two enlistment were announced today by sergeant Fred Wiles officer in charge of the local army recruiting office. These enlistments Are Leonard a Fogleman. Jr., Randleman Field artillery fort Bra. A Wallace r. Moore Statesville infantry Panama. Sergeant Wile stated that there Are vacancies in the infantry at Camp Jackson s. C., and that men selected through the local office for this Branch of the service will be Cut to Charlotte for enlistment. Miss Betsy Dean Wagger has returned to shudder school in new York City where she is a student Aller spending the Holiday with her Mother mrs. Sara Wagger on Woodrow Avenue. Five divorces granted by municipal court jury in Brief session today five divorces were granted by a jury in a Brief session of civil court Here this morning. The docket for the week will be an unusually Short Oue because of the illness of a Large number of witnesses and other interested parties. Divorces were granted this morning to tile following on grounds of two year or More separation Vera Levin from Sam Levin Esther Wood from Noah Wood Norman Myers from Eddie Myers Esther Jackson from Charlie Jackson and Edward e. Hussey from Zettie Fry Hussey. Germany has of turpentine in Bohemia. Banned the use floor polishes in r careful Auen Tjon to children phone 2962 office Over Walgreen drug in a a it m i �4 >4 h h h sugar 5 la. Bag 24c one bag to a customer advises veal entering Young girls womanhood thousands of Young girls entering womanhood have found a Quot real Friend in Lydia k. In Inkham a vegetable compound to help them go a smiling thru restless Moody nervous spells and relieve cramps headache backache and embarrassing fainting spells due to female functional irregularities. Famous for Over 60 years in helping a women so functional complaints. Try it ote Fink Ham compound come in either liquid or Handy to carry Tablet Oral similar formula. I a win. I a in. 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