High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 22 1939, Page 12

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 22, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page two Sec. The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of High Point. North Carolina sunday january 22. 1929 Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4568 social and dial hours 8 30 . To 12 noon saturdays 8 30 . To 6 . Local chapter Salem alumnae hears miss Whitehead new slate presented miss Josephine Whitehead Campus alumnae Secretary at Salem College spoke to the High Point alumnae of that College on recent improvements at the inst i tuition. At the Emery Wood country club on Friday afternoon. Mrs. T. Ingram jr., president of the local chapter of Salem alumnae was in the chair for the meeting. The nominating committee composed of mrs. David t. Yow mrs. A. Idol and mrs. Frank Hunsucker. Presented the following slate of officers president. Miss Margaret Briggs vice president miss Josephine Gibson and Secretary mrs. Charles Mcanally. Minutes were read by mrs. Frank Armfield or. Mrs. David Yow was awarded a prize for the highest score in a Salem questionnaire conducted by miss Margaret Mclean alumnae Field Secretary. Miss Josephine Gibson was appointed chairman of the hostess committee for the ensuing year. Hostesses for fridays meeting were mesdames l. G. Robidhaux Sanders Dallas Perry Lovelace and Katherine Raymond. About people in. Dale c. Montgomery is a patient at the Burrus memorial Hospital to which she was removed yesterday afternoon from her Home 1811 North main Street where she has been ill for the past week. A a my. George a. Matton i As returned to her Home Here from Louisville. Ky., where she spent the past month visiting her son. A g. Matton. A a a friends of mrs. Cornelia Dickens will regret to learn that she remains seriously ill at the Guilford general Hospital where she has been a patient for the past two weeks. A a a or. And mrs. Seborn Perry and or. And mrs. Amos Kearns Are spending the week end in new York City. A a mrs. Asa Gallimore. 406 Cable Street who has been seriously ill during the past week is recovering nicely. # a a friends of mrs. H. A. Knight will regret to learn that she has been confined to her bed with Grippe for the past week at 503 colonial drive. A a a Charles Reid Rogers twelve year old son of or. And mrs. F. Rogers of 115 West Commerce Terret was returned to his Home last evening from the offices of or. M. B i eath where he underwent a sinus operation saturday morning. Is mrs. Oscar Hall of High Point route four is improving at the Guilford general Hospital where she has been a patient for the past two weeks. A a a misses Nancy Gilliam and Rhoda Mae Steele of Statesville have returned to their Homm after visiting mrs. Francis m Shore. Jr., of Washington. D. Cd who is Here for a Brief stay with her parents. Or. And mrs. I. T. Mann on Johnson Street. In a a mrs Phil Andrews of Trinity is a patient at the Guilford general Hospital where she underwent an appendectomy on Fri Day. She la recuperating satisfactorily from the operation it wag Learned yesterday. A a mrs. Bill slate of 304 Steele Street who has been a patient at the Guilford general Hospital for the past week is improving at this time and is now Able to see visitors. A a a mrs r. F. Horny has returned to her Home. 103 Burton Street from the Burrus memorial Hospital where she underwent an operation and a improving. A a a a mias Doris King who underwent a Tonsillectomy at the i eath clinic wednesday is improving nicely at her Home on Homestead Avenue. A a a mrs. T. Cagle and daughter Fra Lou have returned to their Home Here after spending the past sensational news few months in Miami and fort Myers Fla. Or. Cagle spent the Christmas holidays with them there returning Here the first of the year. A m. A. Moseley jr., instructor in chemistry at n. State College in Raleigh is the week end guest of his sister mrs. Allene m. Schroder Here. Misses Alice Knight Josephine a Hoffman and Josephine Tomlinson who arrived wednesday j night return tomorrow to Pfeiffer College at Misenheimer where they Are students. A it a or. And mrs. Sam Pierce of Thomasville Are spending the Day with or. And mrs. J. Edwards on Washington Street. A mrs. Hallie Millikan of Durham is spending some time Here with her cousins. Misses Ruth and Celeste Jones on Worth Avenue. A a a misses Pauline Culler and Madge Goodson Are leaving this morning for Washington d. Cd a where they will be the guests of or. And mrs. Al Sera. They will return to High Point wednesday. Mrs. Sera was formerly miss Rachel Winders of this City miss Mildred Wessinger who is a member of the faculty at Emma Blair school is now making her Home with or. And or. Boyd e. Stout sus Arbordale drive. Social Calendar Mondy 7 30 p. M. A the local Branch american association of University women will meet at the Gibson clubroom 781 North main Street with miss Eloise Ward mrs. Homer Coltrane and mrs. Pant Kelly As hostesses. M. T. Lambeth will be guest speaker at this time. 7 30 p. In a the alumnae chapter of the Alpha Theta Psi sorority will meet with miss Hazel Welborn 502 Lindsay Street when miss Ora Mae Welborn will be associate hostess. To esd a 3 30 p. w. O. T. Club will be entertained at its regular meeting by mrs. Carter Dalton at her Home 1013 Johnson Street. Thomas Turner will be guest speaker at this meeting. 6 15 p. business and professional girls club will have a dinner meeting at the y. W. A. Hut when misses Janet Russell and Janet Hall of the High Point College music department will present the program. 6 30 p. In. A the Althusa club will meet at the Sheraton hotel for a dinner meeting after we hich miss Vera idol head of the English department at High Point College will present the program. Wednesday 7 p. women of the Moose will have a dinner at the Sheraton hotel to Honor the Mabel Beeson class of ten new members recently initiated into the organization. This closes a three months drive for new members. Thursday 3 p. In. The Tea and topics club will meet with mrs. R. H. See rest at her Home on South main Street when mrs. A. W. Grand Jean will present the program. Friday i p. Community arts will have a luncheon meeting at the Home of mrs. Rothrock 514 Woodrow Avenue. 3 30 p. In. A the Canterbury club will meet with mrs. Carson Burns at her Home 1205 Greenway drive. Celebrate birthdays mrs. W c. Idol speaker for Philo matheans to Issue particulars on Homecoming Day at High Point College february 4 both of the Young Fellows pictured no inc celebrated their birthdays on Friday. A i. Stewart ii of i Umi Blain Street shown on the left was four years old and Donald Poi Bowers son of it or. And or. Clarenee Dowers of Oil Chestnut Street was two. Photos by uni ithe. Mud to. Mrs. R. Boyce recent Bride shown Courtesy at attractive Bridge luncheon a. A u w meeting tomorrow evening the local Branch of the Macri in association of uni Venty women will meet monday evening at 7 30 at the Gibson clubroom. 718 North main Street according to an announcement made last night. Hostesses for this meeting will include miss Klofac Ward. Mrs. Homer col-1 Trane and mrs. Fant Kelly. The program for the meeting will he in charge of the committee of International relations of which miss Ward is chairman. And will feature a talk by j m. T. Jai Beth. Principal of the Junior High school who will j speak on Nome phase of citizenship. Miss idol to address Altru sans the Semi monthly dinner meeting of the Althusa club wiil be held in Che private dining room of the Sheraton hotel tuesday evening at 6 16 o clock according to an announcement made this morning. Tile monthly program will follow the serving of dinner and will feature a talk on a the american almanac by miss Vera idol head of the English department of High Point College and an Active member of the Althusa club. This program previously Given by miss idol be fore one of the loin study clubs. Drew much interest among the members of that group. An attractive event of the weekend was the party Given in Thomasville yesterday afternoon when mrs. H. Theodore Smith of Greensboro entertained at a luncheon Bridge at the Home of her parents or and mrs. J. W. Boyles to compliment mrs. Russell Carlton Boyce of Sedgefield. Who before her recent marriage was miss Claire Hart gook of Greensboro. The luncheon was one of a series of parties Given for mrs. Boyce since her return from a bridal cruise to Havana and Nassau. Luncheon in three Dainty courses was served at Small tables entered with vases of Narcissi and mrs. Boyces place was designated by a Corsage of White rosebuds. Evergreens and berries completed the effective decorations. Mrs. M. Ray Banner of Greensboro received a double deck of cards As High score prize and to miss Elizabeth Crews. Also. Of Greensboro West the Low score award a card table cover. The hostess gift to mrs. Boyce was Silver in her selected pattern. Others playing Bridge Wert mrs. Margaret s. Babcock of High Point mrs. Guy s. Dudley of Winston Salem and the following Greensboro guests misses Margaret Crews Edna Rockwell mesdames Jack Noll Fred Bighorn w. Harry Bird William a Ham. Wallace Taylor James b. Taylor Fred Michael Robert Bridges and Dan Jenkins. Additional luncheon guests were the three Sisters of the hostess. Mrs. Douglas Crutchfield and misses Isabel and Virginia Boyles of Thomasville. The hostess was assisted by her Mother mrs. J. W. Boyles. A a Eastern Star chapter to meet tuesday night for regular meeting the High Point chapter num a Ber 106, order of the Eastern Star will hold its regular meeting at the masonic Hall on tuesday evening the hour for the meeting will he 7 30. It was announced today by miss Bessie Pope. A a a Hal Franklin Green born at Home Here or. And mrs. Hal Joseph Green announce the birth of a son. Hal Franklin at their Home 3$5 Park Street on january 15. Mrs. Green i was formerly miss Margaret Fitzgerald of Thomasville. Interesting experiences of medical men keynote the program of the Phil Matheau club at the Home of mrs. Frank Hunsucker on Hul rest drive Friday afternoon when mrs. W. Idol was speaker. Mrs. Idol reviewed for the club two books a my life and by or. Adolf Lorenz an orthopaedic surgeon from Silesia now living in new York City Al the age of 85 and a life and death the memoirs of an italian surgeon Andrea Majocchi. Spring Flowers were effectively arranged in the entertaining rooms for the meeting. Following the program Light refreshments were served. Guests for the occasion were mesdames Embree h. Blackard forr St Murray and e. S. Wall a while club members were mesdames Rufurd King Charles Ragan Richard Johnson a. It. Tate. Ralph Parker Howard Hartzell w. Jones. Mrs r. Lewis recent Bride honoured Here mrs. F Ranklin Surratt or. Entertained with a Shower at the Gibson club rooms on Friday evening to Honor mrs. R. Clyde Lewis the former miss Helen Carroll. Chinese checkers and contest were featured. Mrs. Virgil Yow winning a unique vase As prize mrs Lewis was the recipient of miscellaneous gifts from the guests and the hostess preceptor her with Crystal in her wedding pattern. Mrs. Burl Kenner of Winston Salem also a recent Bride received a sugar and Cream set in China. A nuptial color note of Green and White was emphasized in the decorations and mrs. I Ewis place was designated with a Dainty Corsage. Refreshments of it is in w edding holds cakes mints and nuts were served to j mesdames Lewis and Kenner i male Dennis c. M. Freeman. Jr., Virgil Yow Harold Surratt c. L. Monroe. Herman Mccormick and miss Lorayne Sebastian. A a a Carolyn f. Sorrell i Dorn on january in or. And mrs. Colon b. Sorrell i i of 920 South main Street an Connre the birth of a daughter j Carolyn f ranges on 18, at their Home. Mrs i Sorrell was formerly i Mabel j Elizabeth Cecil of this City. Letters Are being issued tomorrow to members of the High Point College alumni association giving the Date and features of the program of the annual Homecoming Day to be held at the College on february 4, miss Unity Nash president of the association announced last night. The Homecoming Day activities will open with a luncheon at 1 30 p. In. In the College dining room when or. Gideon i. Humphreys president of the College will Welcome Back the alumni. A Brief and informal program has been arranged to follow the luncheon. At four p. Rn., the High Point chapter of the alumni will in Tain the general association w a Tea to by held in the sol rooms of Wrenn memorial ii Bra the local chapter organized Al in the past summer is be Conj a moving unit of the Alum grand tentative plans have suggested for the organization chapters in other communities final activity of the Day will a basketball game in the Ham gymnasium that evening i High Points purple panthers of with the traditional rivals Elon christians. Plans Are by made for the alumni group to tend this game in a body. Women of Moose to fete new members at dinner wednesday a honouring the Mable Beeson class of new members recently initiated into the chapter. High Point chapter number 961, women of Moose will give a dinner at the Sheraton hotel. Wednesday evening at seven of clock. This dinner brings to a close a three Ino nth membership Campaign carried on under the direction of mrs. Beeson who is membership chairman and at the same time is in Observance of chapter night. An interesting program to follow the dinner Lias been planned by mrs Eloise Jones chairman in charge of the entertainment committee. Kannapolis nipple announce Dirth or. And or. Lawrence e. Lowe of Kannapolis announce the birth of a son. Lawrence Lambert on january 13 in the Cabarrus Hospital. Concord. Mrs. Lowe before her marriage was miss Esther Lambert of Asheboro. Or. Lowe was formerly a resident of this City. Girl scout representatives Are asked to meet tuesday at troop two s club House representatives from local scout troops selected to be j att Lowe members Are req a a ii to me i w ii mrs Mathej Laymond at troop two a House hoi North main Sti tuesday of this week Accord to an announcement made Ter Day. To Harry Caldwell to install officers Trinity Grange in ceremony monday night officers of the Trinity in will by installed by state Mal Harry b. Caldwell monday Ning at 7 30 of clock in the Sty High school auditorium. It was indicated last night or. Caldwell will also i current farm problems. And invitation was issued to the Oral Public. A string band be an added feature. Son Horn to Winston couple or. And mrs. Allen Wriggl Winston Salem announce birth of a son William on january 21. Mrs. Wright1 miss Ruth Gregory of this before her marriage. Meisky Folger vows announced of interest Here is the announcement of the marriage of mrs. Lucy Margaret Meisky and Myron h. Folger of this City which took place in Reidsville at six p. Rn., sunday january 15. The ceremony took place at the Home of or. Joseph la Armburst methodist minister who officiated. Mrs Meisky is a native of Pennsylvania but has made her Home Here for some time. Or. Folger. Who is from Dobson n. C., is cashier of the Hood system Industrial Bank Here. Or. And mrs. F Olger Are making their Home at 404 Howell Street. Tea and topics club on thursday the regular meeting of the Tea topics club will he held on thursday at 3 30 p. In. At the Home of mrs. R. Ii. See rest on South main Street. Mrs. P. W. Grandjean will be guest speaker. Is Here again with prices slashed monday Only silk re in a its heavy silk Satin heavy quam silk Satin in remnant lengths. This is a regular do Talue. Tea Rose Only. Special for monday Only at a a Yard business girls will Sale wednesday hear musical review at 9 o clock too silk House Coats taffeta satins and prints All sizes 12 to 20. Every pretty Shade. Tallies up to $4.95, on Sale wednesday Only $1.94 see windows Moffitt s Jill North main Street the program for the weekly dinner meeting of the Busine and professional girls Quot club i which will be held tuesday Ebing at the local y. W. A i hut will feature a musical program by misses Janet Russell and Janet Hall of the music department of High Point College. Mist Bussell pianist is a Grade i ate of Oberlin College and Stu j died under Matthay to English piano artist and instructor. Miss Hall vocal artist is a graduate j of the j to i hard school of music new York City and has appeared i on a number of radio broadcasts she studied Vole under Andre Koala Lane to. The dinner will get underway at. 6 15, As usual and the program will follow immediately. W. 0. T. Club to hear Thomas Turner speak at meeting on tuesday the . Club will be entertained by mrs. Carter Dalton at her Home 1013 Johnson Street tuesday afternoon at its regular club meeting we hich will get underway of three thirty As usual. The afternoons program will feature a talk by Thomas Turner local attorney who will base his remarks on the International situation. Percale aha wide printed Percale Iii Fine Quality. Fast color Lovely new pattern for monday Only at this Low Price 21c shirting Fine Quality shirting in remnant lengths. Light and dark grounds. Regular 15c value. Very special for monday Only at y no 9c Yard Creyonne remnants a Quot wide heavy Quality Creyonne remnant Large Ami Small Floral pattern. Regular Hie Yard value. Very special for monday Only at 3c Yard department store always big values at the big store sheeting father George sheeting on Apical Sale monday Only Al 6c Yard Fucini Widaen a value giving Mon. Imam Rinso regular i or size Limo on Sale fondly at Only Box to women Only second floor soap flakes Large Alae 13 of. Box of High Grade soap flakes made by one of americans largest soap mane fat Tori v regular 19 sire ver special for monday Only at 10 Box ladies silk dresses a clean up of ladies silk dresses. Most All Sixes and colors. Values up to very special for monday Only at each ladies Wash frocks these Are made of Fine Quality printed Percale. Guaranteed fast color Lovely styles to select from. Al Sixes. A regular 7lr value. Very special for monday Only at ladies Vest panties a Fine Quality tuck stitch Vest i and panties 25 per cent Wool. A regular 25c value. Very special for monday Only at . I

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