High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 15 1926, Page 3

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 15, 1926, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise riday. January i a 1926 Page s phone clubs a announce rents a a events of society i weddings personals parties phone 4262 fashions Guild in Ham food Sam vim g ii Ilij off. Mary s episcopal Church Vin ii a a food Sale tomorrow beginning at 8 30 o clock in tile morning at the Holmes grocery company on South Wrentie is reel. A a aia i i \ Groome auth for Boun january eighth or. And mrs. .1. H. Arthur of Groomtown announce Tho birth of a daughter Marian Grozine on january 8 at the Guilford general a Hospital. A a Ulm Street As it. Meets on tuesday the Elm Street Parent teacher j association will meet next tuesday evening at. The school Thoro will b0 exert is by the Leuyl pro a Randy in All sized packages. Send a a Here a Box Mann drug co. 9164�?phones�?2196 drugs with a reputation school Chudyn and special music by local Art Isis. Miss Harriet Elliott of the faculty of the North Carolina College for women will speak on a citizen ship 1 a Helt \ in i Luu Mei Ion an Ehnes Day mrs. C. F. Tomlinson delightfully entertained the members of the Delta i a club on wednesday afternoon at Hor Home on Parkway. I the afternoon was spent in sewing and conversation and mrs. Tomlinson served a delicious salad i course. Those present were mrs. H. A. Millis mrs. Archie Sherrod mrs. Bruce Carraway mrs. John Lindsay jr., mrs. W. E. Trice mrs. Frank Hunsucker mrs. In i. Cof Field mrs. T. D. Gilliam mrs. Robert Walker and mrs. K. C. Denny. A # miss Kramer honoree at pretty party Dolgiy Toul in every detail was the dinner and theatre party by misses Bess and Edna Schwartz honouring miss Elizabeth Kramer of Jersey City n. Cows were Laid for ten at a beautifully arranged table and the guests found their places by Valentine place cards. A five course dinner was served. After dinner th0 guests saw the j picture a a Joanna at Tho american theatre. Tho guests who enjoy j the a in Ping were misses Elizabeth Kramer. Sara and Tieba ii no m. Mali Robinowitz. Sent in in Herman Aud Irene Gordon. A a a Daisy Davies society met on monday i the Daisy Davies missionary society met monday afternoon with i mrs. Ii. A. Millis. I this being the first in Ting of jibe new year the new president. Mrs. John Peacock presided and i the regular installation service for All new officers was observed. This we s conducted by or. Harbison j pastor of East end methodist Church in the absence of or. My Lorty. The general committees for the j year were read and report of the i treasurer for the past year was made. The society voted to hold j the meeting at 3 30 and after this the pledge for the year was made j after a word from the president in regard to the woman s mis j sinary Council meeting which is i to be Beld in Raleigh March to to 17, the society Ivas dismissed by or. Harbison. A a Tau Beta Chi club was entertained on monday night misses Rebecca and Sarah Herman delightfully entertained the members of the Tau Rota Chi club at their borne on Elm Street. Mis Elizabeth Kramer of Jersey City. And mrs. Lou Gordon of Statesville were the Honoreen. After the games of Bridge were ended a delightful salad course followed by Tea and cake was served. High score was made by miss of is Swartz Aud she received a but of correspondence cards. The Consolation a Dainty handkerchief fell to miss Edna Swartz. The bust esses presented a Lovely Box it stationery to miss Kraier and a pretty Burn Scarf o mrs. Gordon. Clover club meld meeting l tie Clover club of the Clover Dale school held a meeting wednesday afternoon at. Tho school. The meeting was opened by a devotional offered by the president. The Roll Call and Reading of the min Lites followed this. Then Ora May Welborn chairman of the program committee took charge of the meeting. Stories were read by Katherine Hayworth Ruby Hicks and Gladys Leaword and the club dismissed the subject a How w e should spend our miss draw i Bridge then Ted the club in several games and yells and Tho meeting v mrs. Pollock hostess to Beta i Elf b mrs. Carney Pollock charmingly entertained Llie proft i club on thursday afternoon it the Home of Hor Siler los it a e. Price on pay a i away. Bridge was played at five tables and the rooms were prettily Deco Ardson Sang a the old rugged Rev. F. L. Conrad made a most ated with carnations and Narcis us. The highest score for the after go was made by mrs. Harold interesting talk to the children Lennett. Who received an attractive i he to them Story lllu8tratlng order Jar contortion auth importance of the attendance s. A s Andrew och Wren at Church and he also h i Ted about the life of Moses. During the afternoon delicious or Smith principal of the refined Chicken salad Sandwich school made several announce % and russian Tea were served. Ments and also made a Brief talk club members present were mrs. On Thrift encouraging More of the ihhka1 Kirkman. Mrs Forest Mur rail Iron to opon school accounts. T % Harold Bennett mrs. Haul j Elm Street is leading the other by mrs. Robert co Tarn in. School in school accounts. Belk Smith. t w c a membership Wiar j i meeting last night Elon Long it. I , present of the Pollyanna Elm 5. Alts Violet Johnson. I. A i n _ _ guests for the afternoon a re la it 7 v Psi Rochelle. Mea. Richard in ear i ��?�1 ppr am is a in Long was selected by miss Lena til airs. Harold a Uneit lilith mrs Robert cot it j b. Thomas mrs. I = Jess to Harris or it 50 year restriction in a morph Job and t. Rutzel. T a k or k i i mrs. T. Price. Mrs. Farrell Gray mrs. Is mrs. Andrew Lindsay by Page mrs. It. B. Terry b. Earle and mrs. W. E. News of the Elm a Treft school on thursday morning miss Bol Strawbridge girls work Secretary. To read Lier report of tile girl Reserve corps. Elm Street appreciates the Honor Given one of its i a reserves. To a. R. Met tuesday in Thomasville. The Alexander Martin chapter ton�?T8 second Grade entertained the. Daughters of the american Revo primary grades of the Elm Street i Lution held a most interesting school at their Chapel program j meeting on tuesday afternoon w a each child gave a Bible verse after is it Frank Lambeth at her Home a preserves your Home As a Home. Stephen c. Clark Developer which the class Sang. A Little play was Given called a the twelve months a a followed by a song a the All the girls in the class took part in the poem a the lost tie program closed with an Echo play. Boy played by Nicholas Bambalis the Echo by e. C. Connell and to Mother by Doris Ashby. This morning the grammar grades had an interesting Chapel program. Following the singing of a come thou almighty miss Blair Spencer and mrs a. M. Rich in Thomasville. Or. Frank Lambeth in his ror dial manner welcomed the guests As they arrived. Flags and patriotic pictures created a proper atmosphere for the meeting. The recent mrs. A. S. Caldwell presided j and welcomed the three new Mem the Tjia racers tile hers and the guests of the after smart style. Coats 6 ,52 the models in the new Spring Coats Are varied a some Are straight line perfectly Plain mannish types others Are embellished with fur some Are flare models hanging Ful from the shoulders the shades Gray Tan Ros it new Blue. The weave mannish tweeds bask weaves Chevron wills and charms velours. You Are s to see a coat in new collection to it liking and we wan especially Emph one of the most a Tive features the j. Farice $19.50 to $?50 it your to drop in and a / lice of to some models. Is try on in new Pulty bilk Umbra Rived Bea lies news Quot Las just Are Dutiful Han hades Only Moffitte a 217 North main Street the smartly dressed woman wants a Chic hat for every occasion. Our new display embraces a variety of new modes suitable for Street and dress Wear. Lovely new Spring shades in silk hats and silk and Straw combinations. Some Are cutely trimmed with Flowers. Others with ribbon cockade and pins. You Are sure to find the hat for your Type. And too the Price is very modest. Lots of new ones at just $5.00 new sport Felt hats Correct shades at $3.50 new silk bloomers in a riot of Rich new shades $1.95 $2.95 raisins silk hosiery All the Pew shades $1.50 $2.50 noon. The historian announced that the topic for the annual High school essay is a a George Washington s trip through North it was decided that the chapter give a Washington party on february 16. The new Library was discussed i and it is was decided to Cive a Wheeler s history and other Uistor-1 ical books and papers to it. The program for the afternoon i was in charge of mrs. Frank Lam i Beth who gave a most interesting j instructive and humorous paper on i a my grandmothers housekeeping and she showed a picture of her grandmother also some antique Candle Moulds and an old dinner born used by her colonial ancestors. Mrs. Lambeth closed her paper with the following remarks a your grandmother had Pratti tidally no engagements outside the Home. She did not have charge of the program for the woman a club monday. She did not have to prepare eight tables of the Bridge club on tuesday nor did she have to prepare a paper to read at the Alliance meeting on wednesday. She did not have to be governor congressman sheriff policeman nor mayor. She did no to even have to Register and vote. But she had the Sublime privilege of staying at Home a reigning Queen in her Home mrs. W. W. Rankin jr., formerly miss Ella Lambeth Sang in her wonderful contralto voice a group of songs her accompanist being mrs. A. W. Rankin. Jr., mrs. A. Austin mrs. L. M. H. Reynolds and mrs. John Welborn. They served sandwiches tarts cheeses raws almonds pickles fruit cake Aud Coffee. A handsome Silver Basket filled with carnations and ferns made a Lovely Centrepiece for the dining table. Mrs. Lambeth presented a Beautiful bouquet to the Regent mrs. Caldwell As the guests were 1 departing. The guests for the afternoon were mesdames James and Charles Lambeth John Meyers. Wilson i Hoover and Winston or. Frank j Lambeth and grandchildren. Will Iam w. Rankin 3rd, Eleanor Kau i Kin and James Lambeth. Or. Tho meeting proved one of the most enjoyable of the season. A about people mrs. George w. Coley and Little daughter. Virginia Stuart Are Cis King mrs. Coley smother at Wil j son n. C. I or. And mrs. Matt Wall Are expected to return Home sunday j from their bridal trip and will be i at Home in the Hunter apartment. A a or. And mrs. Harry Raymond will return the first of the week from a visit to new York or. Raymond going on to Boston on business. B. J a t. Smart frocks i radically reduced w Omen expect frocks to be reduced in january but these almost absurd prices show that greatest expectations will be fulfilled. The materials Are All of the very be to and styles Are the smartest. Sale Price one half off Beavans the ladies store Day and thursday respectively. Harry Cooper the Young Dallas professional who won the los Angeles open was relied upon by enthusiastic texans to keep the title in Tho state for the first time. A i Oil and tour pro event yesterday three learns with scores of is Tracy were i nil Hesler of Tulsa and Ross Young san Antonio John Golden Paterson x. J., and f. M. Lewis san Antonio and Al Espinosa All the local men being amateurs. John Rodgers won the driving contest with a1 Points and an average of 303 1-3 Yards a drive. Lucy Stone confusing to social secretaries announcement or. H. E. Schafer of Winston Salem n. C. Chiropodists foot specialist will be in High Point on tuesdays of each week. Leave appointments it red Bell so store. Phone 2151 of Iuston Salem. Phone London. Jan. 15. A aids modern wives who refuse to take their husbands names have set social secretaries by the ears have profited however port bureaus Are Large it is not Safe now invitation to or. And engravers and Bassie in be. To Send an mrs. J a me Quot Broadh opposite Sheraton Many golfers tee off in the Texas open san Antonio tex. Jan. 15.�? apr Amateur Aud professional golfers to the number of 105 teed off today in the opening round of the $8,000 Texas open tournament Over the Brackenridge course. Players from such Distant climes As London and California were on the entry list tor the 7-Hole tournament. Joe Kirkwood and Joe turn Esa winners of previous Texa opens will attempt to win the event for the second time. Mac Donald Smith of new York and Al Espinos of Chicago were favourites. However the latter because of his scores of 6 6 and 6 j. Wednes Battle Royal without looking into Tho social Register. Mrs. James Battle Royal May not be mrs. James Battle Royal at All. She May be miss g. Alone. Ami that is a tragedy where engraved invitations have be ii carefully counted on die old fashioned theory that married couples Are really married in Good old victorian Stvil wives who Are willing to travel on a family passport issued in the name of the head of the family Are rapidly going out of fashion. Even if they do Wear their husbands names they want a separate it uss port. And that Means extra fees for i visas. Admission afternoon to night i a Anil Phlp tonight and saturday theatre opens at i on Satun Lav added feature tonight Frances Burr Mitchell late Soprano of Hie Boston symphony orchestra will dug Irving berlins a a a lust Aroon the Corner a Aud a my Bonnie Betty Beauty shoo Over Wool wort bus marvelling a a dts shampooing Scalp treat rents mat in Trinu hair dyeing and cutting. permanent wiring a re operators photo �?~jok2 cold Yea a or of no to Don t go Home Foi Ucb while the weather is cold. Let us s Rve you with our delicious hot drinks and Dainty sandwiches Cecily Simotu Stok opposite Wachovia Bank. Phone 1669 pleasant for Many years thousands of people have wanted to take chiropractic adjustments but Hae been afraid to it Realise of their severity. But this need no longer worry anyone because adjustments have actually been made painless and pleasant through the wonderful development of the up spa n essays in re if system is the Gri ate to de. Yep arrest made in chiropractic slice to i covery 2$ years ago. Of cd save been afraid you ated no a Ager fear. Call and Sec me. I use this wonderful system Lucy Eshelman ii chiropractor 308h North main St. Over Princess cafe phone 2740 for appointment Tom mix a the Best bad Many a gripping drama of the Sot u Western Plain till Clara Bow a Cyril cd. To Wick a Paul Panzer Jun King and Tony h wonder horse also 5th episode a div West Quot extra Good comedy and Fox s

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