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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 22, 1926, High Point, North Carolina Page 6high Point Enterprise. Friday january la. 1926 announcing the new line Spring silk dresses two a i a Rives no $9.50 $16.50 we get models and loveliest Spring shades $2.95 Sale of silk bloomers tomorrow Coats tomorrow will be a Tine time to select your new Spring coat. On account of to Many new style Coats on display All the new materials and shades that Are Correct for Spring note too our special prices. $19.50 $39.50 new hats in tomorrow showing of hats we will teat me styles that Are new and different in. Sport dress and Semi dress Mil Straw and text new est shades sport hats $3.50 trimmed hats $5.00 up l pm a to j. It Moffitte a 211 North main St. Chips announcements parties phone 4 26 2 events of society phone 4262 beddings personals fashions Mhz. Hates ill at heh Home he be friends of mrs g. D. Bales will regret to learn that she is confined to Lier Home on Shelton Street on account of illness. 0 George William Bates Hohn on january ii or. And mrs. Jarl Kates. Announce the birth of a son George William Bates on january 19. Mhz. Pearson Retter Al Teh operation friends of mrs. B. Frank p arson will lie glad to learn that Che is improving nicely from an operation at High Point Hospital and Hopes to return Home soon. A # or. Ani >1 its. Moss to visit Atlanta or and mrs. Cd. O. Moss. Accompanied by their Little daughter Frances will leave tomorrow morning for Atlanta. Ga., where or. Moss will attend the annual business meeting and Celebration 1 of the american bakery company. Pile party will return in about a week or ten flays according to or. Moss. In in in auxiliary Vieu be to have a so it Tal Circle no. I of the friends Church auxiliary will observe a game evening especially for the Young people and children tomorrow saturday night at 7 30 in a vacant store building on Asheboro Street near the Corner of Wise. Admission will be to cents. Light refreshment a will be sold. Both old and Young Are urged to come and have a pleasant time together. A a mrs. Smith he trek after Al Trent the Many friends of or. And mrs. M. A Smith of Burlington will be glad to know that mrs. Smiths condition is somewhat improved although she is still unable to walk. Or. Rind mrs. Smith after attending the furniture show Here on j wednesday were in route Home when they had an automobile Accident Between Here and Greensboro. Mrs. Smith was painfully but not seriously injured and was a Able to be taken to her Home in burling ton. Thursby club met with mks. Groome mrs. James c. Groome delightfully entertained the thursday Bridge club yesterday afternoon at Lier Home in the Madison apartment. Bridge was played at two tables. The highest score for the afternoon was made by miss Sarah Moore of Wadesboro and the second higher by mrs. A arson Burns. To each the hostess presented a Dainty hand made ii and kerchief. During the afternoon delicious sandwiches and hot chocolate were served. I those present were mrs. Roy Spearman mrs. Craven Page. Mrs o. B. Bonner mrs. Carson Burns mrs. Thomas Turner miss Sarah Moore of Wadesboro. Mrs. Capus Waynick and mrs. Groome. Mrs. Frazier a Grabe gave program mrs. Frazier a seventh Grade had j an excellent program at the Capel exercises of the Elm Street school this morning. The subject was a a Thrift a and was especially appropriate As this Thrift week. Sarah Frances Russell read As essay on a Benjamin Franklin As apostle of following by a Reading. A spendthrift Street a by Edith Johnson. A Little play a a the magic Thrift was cleverly Given with i he following characters Jack a Small boy John Wardell Sally a Little girl. Mildred Pope Thrift Thelma Grady the magic lamp. Thomas ring Money Mable Cecil time Minnie Raper materials Mildred Burton. The program closed with a Thrift song. A join our Thrift club a composed by the members of the seventh Grade. Or. Smith print Ipa i of the school made a Short talk on Thrift. Westminster Abby. St. Paul s and Canterbury cathedrals he expressed the wish that this country would build Beautiful temples to god As the British have done feeling that the Beauty of i these temples is a National asset. A delightful feature of the pro i Gram was a group of English songs i by mrs. Nellie brushing hand Star i of Winston Salem accompanied by a miss Florence Blair. Mrs. Starr Bas a Lovely contralto voice and her numbers were greatly enjoyed during the evening delicious Frozen punch wan served. Society Bance club entertained honouring the furniture manufacturers Here for the furniture show the society dance club entertained with a delightful dance last night in the ballroom of the Sheraton hotel. This was one of the most attractive dances which the club has Given and was attended by a Large number of local people and couples from Greensboro As Well As furniture men. Music was furnished by Lew Gogerty s harmonizes of Chicago which proved one of the Best dance orchestras Ever heard Here. There were a number of Clever specialities during tire evening. Tommy Underwood and mix Williams gave an exhibition of the Char Jetson and Many of the couples showed an aptitude for the Steps of this dance. The Brinkley girls who ave a of country Colo Juggler of temperatures puts the Mercury out of sight in the tube term 0jf4m0nths w. B. Tesh sentenced for passing worthless checks and violating pro Law Chicago Jan.22.�? i apr old boreas Juggler of temperatures did his famous Mercury vanishing act today and As a result the Northern Section of the country from the Rockies East to the Ohio read the thermometer in terms of minus or near it. The Atlantic Seaboard was the next location for the chilling spectacle the forecaster said. Lehti Var like out from the nest he came. As reports went w. It Tesh. Of Commerce Street will serve Guilford county in the j capacity of a Road hand for approximately four months unless j some influential person like the judge feels a touch of sympathy and secure a Pardon. For no longer than yesterday morning in municipal court Tesh was sentenced to two months on the roads for violating the prohibition Law Theu Given an extra two months at. The. Same Jub for flashing worthless checks. It All happened in a somewhat strange manner. Tesh had let a few drinks of alcoholic spirits trickle Down Ilia Throat and consequently i Felt he was a John Ami Henry i Ford combined. He did not i eel As aged perhaps As these two men but he was sure Bis wealth was eastward of 14 below temperatures. The j n Colorado and Wenmin g the cold jul ,8 Glia ,. F. 1 although he did not have a dime in his pocket he was Suro any Bank in the Civ would Honor his Check wave area spread its Borders. Budding Pussy Willows in Montana had an icy shroud and Northwest Point.? vied for the doubtful Honor of being the coldest spot in the country. Hibbing minn., registered 26 be. Low just four degrees warmer than i re Spur Miles distance. I Pon the Pas Manitoba where icy he arrival at the residence of his blasts swept to the Southwest. I i Yard he politely tossed the taxi storm warnings were displayed re ver a Check in payment for his for any amount. So Tosh tailed a taxi cab and started on a. Long journey to a friend1 House in the coun in tile great lakes territory and there was no Promise of Relief this week. Shippers were warned to pro Pearing at a local theater gave it cot perishable commodities against 20 below in the South. Zero was the minimum to be anticipated in the East. Tile Southwest was not exempt. Snow and freezing temperatures were the lot of southwestern Texas. Al paso and the pan handle. Near Zero and a few degrees below were forecast for the Corn and wheat states. Not much Snow was expected. Chicago ruefully watched the Mercury drop 3 2 degrees in 2 4 hours and heard shivering by the Baleful warning of further drops to 6 or 7 below by tomorrow morning. About monday observers said some Relief would come. Sixteen states will be on the cold wave roster by tonight forecasters indicated. Several vaudeville numbers dancing and singing very cleverly. An-1 other feature was the song and dance act of Billy Devally. The sponsors for the dance were miss Elizabeth Hayden. Miss Alice Barbee. Miss Lucy Neal Carr and miss Ruth Moffitt. A number of local couples acted As chaperones. A miss Raymond honoree at Lovely luncheon miss Katherine Raymond charming , was honoree at a Lovely Buffet luncheon Given yesterday by mrs. H. A. Millis at her Home on North main Street. The guests were the members of miss Raymond a bridal party number of the younger matrons and several others. The luncheon table was beautifully appointed and was covered with a handsome lace cloth. The Centrepiece was a Silver bowl of brides roses and four Silver Bud i vases with single buds were effect never the Twain shall meet timely arranged. The room was was presented on the screen at the lighted with Green candles in Silver amen Catl theater last night where candlesticks and Over the table a a Knower of wedding Bells and tulle. Miss Raymond a two grandmothers. Mrs. P. B. Raymond and mrs. Of. J. Brash presided at either end of the table. Following the luncheon course delicious folded ice Cream Auu in. Div dual cakes carrying out the Green and White color Motif were served. The guests received As favors brides slippers filled with Rice with which they showered the honoree. Mrs. Millis gift to miss Raymond was eight dinner plates in her pattern of Haviland China. Services. But die Check it developed was worthless. If it was Good the Banks have surely made a grave mistake and should apologize to Tesh for they returned the Little piece of paper with a slip pinned thereon marked Quot no such Wall Street new Vork Jan. 22.�? apr renewal of Selling pressure in a parted a reactionary tone to Stock prices at the opening of today s i Stock Market. Rails were again offered freely presumably because car loading in Tho first full week of january showed a substantial decrease below those of tile Cor responding week last year. Jersey j Central broke to Points yesterday. I a Quot. S. Steel sagged to 131 3-4, a new Low on tile current move. South sea film is Success Here it will be shown again tonight and saturday. The new Ulm presented by Cie cosmopolitan corporation and released by Altro Goldwyn is Pieta Rizal Ion of Peter b. Kyne s South sea tale of the same name and proved to be one of the most exceptional and enchanting pictures of the year. If combines an excellent cast. Pictorial backgrounds of Barm and Beauty and a fast moving Story with drama pathos and comedy mixed in exactly Cie Correct proportion for perfect screen entertainment. Builds for Beauty Taris Jan. 22.�?cannes, that prettiest of All the Large towns on the Riviera is extending its boundaries Westward so that soon it will be linked with the next Hamlet of Juan Les Pina by a continuous Chain of bungalows and Villas Laid out on Garden City plans. Broadhurst opposite Sheraton hnto4 today amp saturday tonight 7 and t theatre opens at i o clock saturday Anita Stewart in the leading this time Harold will be seen in pictures that last for two hours it s a big role of Tamea. A Liaf caste Island Princess has never been lovelier or More bewitching those present were miss lath a than in the native costume of the Erine Raymond mrs. Harry Ray South seas. Mond mrs. P. B. Raymo dirs. S. Ber Lytell. As the Young Amer a. Brash miss Lucite Sherrod mrs. Ican. Scion of wealth Aud social to i action who gives up his ambitions his Mode of living and his wealth for the half caste girl has an unusual Opportunity for displaying his Powers of charter delineation. Widows wont apply. I London. Jan. 2 2.�?although Many thousands of widows have failed to claim their pensions in a i Der the new act. The ministry it health has decided to invite 100,- too More to make their claims. The pensions scheme now inter a locks with the National insurance 1 act. And Calls for nominal weekly contributions. Alexander Rankin. Jr., miss Alice Elizabeth freeze mrs. Maury Dalle miss Helen Long miss Mildred Tabb mrs. Andrew Lindsay mrs. Richard Reitzel mrs. Thomas Turner mrs. James Lyon. Mrs. Farrell Gray miss Loraine Burgess miss t Auline Simmons mrs. William Simmons miss Alice Barbee and mrs. A e. Millis about people Harold Lloyd a girl shy miss Al it Oto Stanley student at n. A. Arrived today to spend tile week end. She Hab As Ber at a Tractive guests misses Jane wind Ley and Lillian Wortham of we Mington. N. C., who Are also students at n. C w. Or. Bernard weds. Miss Gilliam the following from Hie Greensboro news is of interest to friends Here a a wednesday at High noon at the parsonage of the first Baptist Church miss Grace e. Gilliam of Altamahaw and Charles Edward Bernard formerly of Boston but now of High Point were married or j. Clyde Turner performing the j her parents or. And mrs. J. Ceremony in the presence of a few. Clinard. She is accompanied miss Margaret Teague of Dur Ham student at a c. A. Spent yesterday with Lier schoolmate miss Dorothy l. Stamey at her Home of East Washington Street. Miss Ruth Clinard student at n. Vv., is spending the Day with w. I by j i Friend and members of the family., misses Margaret and Mary Ruth a the Bride wore a handsome Rankin Charlie Hoffman. Helen i dress of water Rose Georgette with1 Morris and Margaret Underwood a Ess ories of a harmonizing Shade a of Gastonia. 1 arum with this she wore a Gray coat a a elaborately embellished with to a miss Aline Lancer who is at a hernia Squirrel. Her Corsage was tending n. Vv., is spending j fashioned of Bride roses and Valley i lilies. J immediately after the ceremony j or. And mrs. Bernard left for a i we Diu trip North and will be at Home at the Elwood hotel. High Point where or. Bernard holds a position with the Worthington pump company. A miss Dorothy Bernard of Boston. A sister of the Groom was j among those present at the rooms i of head or cd treated ext Vicks a Varo rub Over 21 million Jara i Ted yearly of head or Chest Are More easily treated externally with a Elsie Gates Post graduate teacher piano violin. Voice and mandolin phone 2844 Call at 317 South Wren n admission a afternoon 10c and 23c. Night 43c and s5c. The week end with her parents or. And mrs. J. W. Kaneer on North Hamilton Street. Miss Sarah Gulley of Greenville. J n. Cd a senior at n. Cd we is i spending the Day a Juji mrs Jarrell Gray Roland Park. Miss Mary Clara Tate is spend Jing the week end with her parents. Or. And mrs. Will Tate. Miss Tate is a student at n. Cd c. W. You Are invited to the visitors to the furniture exposition we extend a cordial invitation to visit our store. Cecily a Brug store opposite Wachovia Bank. Phone 869 ouch Uhm or. Sykes addresses study Clubb last night at the country club the Piil Imatean club entertained the w. O. T. Club the Canterbury club and several additional this time reverend t. A. Sykes Ter mi6s Katherine Raymond have miss Lyda Preddy miss Nell Clinard miss Glennie Anderson and miss Aline Jones Are All spending the week end with parents. A mrs. Harry Raymond Sod Daugh Nide a splendid address on a a English the guests were received by mrs s. Ii. Tomlinson and mrs. R. F. J Johnson. Mrs. T. Wingate Aud re a gracefully presided and id j the speaker of the evening i or. Sykes was most interesting in his discussion of the various famous cathedrals of in fan i cud spoke especially of the Beauty of returned from to be York a visit of ten Days of or. And mrs. Jane we Renu Siler City were visitors Here yesterday. Or. Wrenn was attending the furniture show. Or. And or. Alexander Rankin. Or. Slave returned from a \ it in be York announcement or. H. E. Schafer of Winston Salem n. Chiropodists foot specialist will be in High Point on tuesdays of each week. Leave Appert rents at red Bell shoe store. Phone 2151 or phone 4 to a Wius Tou Salem. Kidneys cause backache no your backache is caused by Lumbago rheumatism or a Strain and the quickest Relief is soothing penetrating St. Jacobs Oil. Rub it right in your painful Back and instantly the soreness stiffness and lameness disappears. Done to stay crippled get a 35 cent bottle of St. Jacobs Oil from your druggist. A moment after it 1s applied you la wonder what of came of the backache or Lumbago pain. In use for 65 years for Lumbago. Backache sciatica neuralgia Rhou Czerp Troob a in the glow of the setting Sun. Stephen c. Clark Developer remnant Sale this store has always been known for its wonderful remnant sales. And this event is no exception. For Here Are the smartest patterns and colourings presented in Gingham linens and suiting. Naturally the Early visitor will get the Benefit of better selection. Beavans the ladies store High Point Greensboro Lizzie Gooch a distinctive millinery new Spring millinery for Madame it Mademoiselle the Large medium and Small brims models that turn smartly off the face styles with new Side Roll close fitting turbans and adaptations of the Cloche As Well As hats that feature the Short Back. They Are developed of Silks. Satins. Straws Felts and combinations in All the Brilliant new Spring shades pastel tints Almond Grey Brown Navy and Black. Here Are just the right hats for now and Way into the Spring Large and Small head sizes., any woman can to sure of securing several models that Are exactly what she knows become he Iype of beaut v. T p a i u i i t Bui absolutely n tile skin. Bonnie Betty Beauty shop Over Woolworth marvelling a a a Mals shampooing Scalp treatment manicuring. Hair dyeing and ratting. Nestle Lanai permanent waving a i Quot of operator plume 2002 or. Furniture Man Shavin creams razors lotions toot pastes tooth brushes in every thing for the Man who of a rat and left something Home 2164�?phones�?2196 drugs with a reputation

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