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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 22, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Page sixth High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina londay january 22. 10 t . Row three cheers for the social and club activities Madeline Hoover editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a a to 12 m. Lviv is i Ivi Viivi a ii miss Thomas and Fiance shown Courtesy at dinner Here by miss Margaret Briggs a charming Courtesy shown miss Pattie Thomas Bride elect of february and Hor dunce Henry a pelts of in Rosboro and Fayetteville was the Buffet dinner Given last evening when miss Mary h ret. I k a Mil it it Allied a her suburban Home Northwest of the City guests deluding a group of rinse friends of the honoured couple. Ducats were ii v 11� i i for 6 it it o clock and found their places by unique place cards at attractive tables a entered with Cir i Lowers the brides to tile featured a Lovely Jim rang men of White Sweet peas. V o the guests were seated at Hist Hie while other iou of then places at smaller tables in the living room after being served Buffet style from the dining room table the hostess gift to miss Thorn local convention chairmen named by mrs. Weaver Mann mrs. D. T. Arden jr., preside. He Ina i n i of t he american legion auxiliary has been notified of the appointment of. N s Stew i 11 Aslo t ii chairman of a at men s to Tbs convention of the North Carolina department of the american legion auxilium who h will take place Here in june As Well As the appointment of Mill. L Way Lek As vice chairman. These appointments were made by i weave Mal a it Ltd n w on. Department auxiliary presi sent and have just been made Jubile. Mrs. Stirewalt is calling i meeting for this week when die will select those to serve on he con it mention committees whose Lames will be announced 1mm?-iiately afterwards mrs. Stile a a 11 already holds the office of trophies and awards chairman in he state organization and has Leld other responsible offices in it oth state and unit groups. In the letter announcing the appoint men of mrs Stirewalt my mis Way nit k. Mrs. Matin Lino notified mrs a Den that the National auxiliary president. Mrs. Tilliam Corwith of new York. Has notified the stale Ltd lion that she will be in attend Ince at the concern Ion in in u june. Night coughs you Chilo s coughing at night a caused by Throat a a tickle or irritation Mouth breathing or a cold can often be prevented by rubbing the Throat and Chest with plenty of Vicks rub at bedtime. Vap0su8 s Swift poultice and vapor action loosens phlegm relieves irritation clears air passages tends to Stop Mouth breathing and invites a agy is Healing restful a Larvo sleep. Try it. rub As was Crystal in her selected pattern. During the evening appropriate games and contests were enjoyed several skits adding to the entertainment of the guests. A unique feature was the recording of voices of the guests each being presented with his own record As a souvenir of the party. Making up the guest list in addition to m iss Thomas and or. Betts were misses Sara Tomlinson Caroline Dalton. Alma Virginia Mccain. Dorothy Stewart Mary Lou Mot Titt and Helen sice Loff and w. Jones. Torn Ragsdale Collier Ellis Dick slate Bill Fraley Charles Tomlinson James Parsons a Fri Tabb. Bill sice Loff Frank Sizemore jr., Chase idol. Jr., Allan Parker Stanton Sherrod Arthur Marsh George farm fled h. I. Coffield jr., and Kenneth Knorr of Stanton a. Girl Reserve club visits Greensboro Council will meet an enjoyable Outing was held by the Pickett senior club of girl reserves on saturday afternoon when they journeyed to Greensboro where they visited Many places of interest accompanied by miss Susannah Thomas girl Reserve Secretary at the local y. W A the group visited the coca cola Plant going from there to the Guilford Battleground and its museum and completing the tour with a visit to woman a College. The group first had lunch in Greensboro Aud afterwards attended a movie there and returned to this City late in Aile afternoon. This afternoon s meeting of the Pickett senior group was cancelled on account of last saturday s trip which took the place of the regular meeting. This evening the inter club Council of the senior High school girl reserves will he held at the y. W. A a hut at 7 of clock at his time a joint social committee will be named to arrange for a formal party at the Emerywood country club on february to. The Blair group will not meet tomorrow afternoon but the wednesday night club will hold its regular meeting at 6 o clock on that Date. Owca Book club hears program on loan Sharks at meeting on saturday a round table discussion on the penalty paid for borrowing Money featured the program of the y. W. \ a. Book club held saturday afternoon at the hut when miss Leslie Johnson led the discussion Basing her remarks on the Book a loan Sharks and their victims by William Foster. A Large number was present Aud took part in the round table discussion which entered around the enormous rate of interest charged in some cases to those borrowing from the so called a loan Sharks. Next saturday s program will also feature discussion by various members seven having been asked to speak on an article which they had read arid enjoyed in a current Magazine. This meeting will he held at 2 30 in the afternoon. Monday 7 30 a. A. I. W. Will meet with mrs. R. I. Quigley on Westwood to hear or. Elizabeth Duffey of the woman a College faculty speak on a mental members or eligible persons planning to attend Are asked to notify the hostess. Mrs. E. M. Shipman will be associate with mrs. Quigley. 8 . Thomas Boul Din and mrs. Dennis Young will be hostesses to the alumnae chapter of the Alpha Theta Psi sorority at mrs. Youngs Home 802 rotary drive. To Esmay to Wayside Garden club will meet with mrs. E. Diffendal on Edge Dale drive with a program presented on a Bird Haworth tha Blair. 3 i Ore by and miss m is. Hip w. T. U. Baptist will meet at the first Church. 6 30 . G. I. Humphreys will be principal speaker at the regular dinner meeting of the Althusa club in the private dining room of the Sheraton hotel inaugurating a series of programs on vocational guidance. 7 30 Point chapter no. 106. O. E s., will observe a Home coming night at the masonic Temple with Many official visitors. 8 . Tom Richardson will be hostess at her Home on the Asheboro Road at an evening Bridge to Honor miss Pauline Hicks Bride elect. It Ken Esmay 3 30 . A mrs. Thurlow Kearns will be hostess to the mid week study club at her Home on Lindsay Street. 3 30 . A the american Homes department of the woman s club will meet with mrs. H. Mccall on colonial drive miss Frances Mendenhall will speak on a testing yourself As a co Sutner buyer to continue her series of lectures on Home making. Thi Simy to a Early american arts club will meet with mrs. John Harold Davis on club drive. The hostess will present a program on 3 entre Nous club will meet at Sedgefield inn with mrs. G. H. Kearns As hostess. Members Are urged to arrive promptly. 3 , a the social arts club will meet with mrs. W. Rose 308 Louise Avenue. I Hiday 3 30 Canterbury club will a set with mrs. Carson Burns 1208 Greenway drive sat Iida v 9.30 Emerywood country club will hold its regular january dance with Jack Yancey and his new baud furnishing music. A build up helps will interest women the cause of a woman s a Jaid digestion help build up a Vlodic suffering from head he woman s strength Energy Aud irritability cramp like May nerve Force to increase physical he functional ill Meno Rhea due resistance to periodic discomfort. To a malnutrition. Rondii Toa that he do up Rodu. Data. I. Often a ipod by Caris i. Molvak. A a a few principal Way Ca rdc helps is Days before and during a the by stimulating appetite and the your Confidence in cardu1 is in j flow of gastric juices thus it May cited by its at years of popularity. Burn White Petroleum Jelly Efird Ai Sheet Sale continues % nationally known sheets slightly Mill damaged values to 98c 63x99 sheets.59c 72x99 sheets.63c 81x99 sheets.67c Rowan 81x99 sheets 72c Pillow cases.19c Cannon Pillow cases.24c 81 Inch sheeting 18c cd. Efird s dept store B Hagler manager red White and Blue miss Thomas to be honoured on Friday another party la being planned to Honor mis Pattie Thomas Bride elect of next month when she will wed Henry a Betts of Greensboro and Fayetteville and will be held Friday evening with miss Helen Marie Siceloff and miss Elizabeth Lam lie the of Winston Salem As associate hostesses. The Patty will take place at the Home of miss Siceloff on North main Street and will feature five tables of Bridge. The guest list will he limited to close friends of the honoree miss Thomas. One of the smartest of the Day dresses for Southern resorts is this red White and Blue silk Model Cut on modified Princess lines. The wide Navy Blue panel set into the front of the dress from Throat to Hemline is edged with a narrow red band. The High Beret is of White pique dotted with Navy and finished with a red grosgrain Bow. Church Socia . We women to meet to esd a night the general meeting of the woman missionary society of Highland methodist Church will be held at the Church on tuesday night at 7 30 o clock and All members Are urged to attend. Ewe Green Street t. K. L. T i ass meets Jan. To the t. E. L class of the Green Street Baptist Church will meet with mrs. M Culler at the Home 3 20 Woodrow Avenue. On tuesday. January 30. It was announced this morning. The meeting will get underway at 7 30 o clock and members Are asked to note that this meeting is being held next week and not tomorrow. About people mrs Earl Ovrum of Shelby is expected to arrive today to be the guest of her parents or. And mrs. M. T. Hicks., or she will be Here until after the wedding of her sister miss Pauline Hicks to j. Earl Teague on february 3. A a a or. And mrs. Marvin l slate returned last night to their Home 216 Lindsay Street after a ten Day stay in Miami Fla. Week end guests of or. And mrs. I. Atkins at their Home on fourth Street were or. And mrs. S. R. Williams Ray Williams miss Robbie Jones and Robert Jones or. Of Reidsville mrs. W. R. Blow of Jamestown or. And mrs Ben fort Benny Marie fort and w. H. Atkins of Greensboro and mrs t. B. Bennett and Leo of moot. A mrs. F. Rogers who has been confined to her bed for several Days remains quite ill at her Home 115 West Commerce Street. Mrs. E. Millis la a recent arrival at the Waldorf Astoria. New York from her Home in High Point. A or. And mrs. Russell Simmons of Atlantic City n. J., Are visiting or. And mrs a l. Moser and mrs. E. Welch of their Home 232 Mon lieu Avenue. It in miss Dorothy Rankin is expected to arrive today from Boston. Mass., having been called Home by the serious illness of her father a Apt. A. M. Rankin. Captain a. M. Rankin very 111 of Hospital Captain a m. Rankin is a patient at the Burrus memorial Hospital where his it condition is considered grave. He was removed to the Hospital this morning after being very ill at his Home for several Days. Female pan women who suffer painful irregular periods with nervous Moody spells due to functions cause should try Lydia e. Pinkham a vegetable compound made especially to help weak rundown women to go smiling thru such Quot trying try it Owca club will discuss problems other groups meet a discussion on a club problems will feature the program of the meeting of the Florence Nightingale club being held this evening at the y. W. A. Hut when members of the club Council will present various phases of club problems. Miss made Duncan and mrs. Hazel Osborn will present ways of raising funds for the club Treasury and mrs. Leta Anderson and miss Mary Coble will speak on suggestions for programs while ways of securing members will be discussed by miss Joy Patterson and miss Stella Spencer and Courtesy problems by miss Louise Welch and miss Catherine Howard. The tuesday afternoon group of the Highland lend a hand club will meet As usual tomorrow at the Highland clubroom and will continue us study of a Trade i Walls Between the states a which was begun at the last meeting. The business and professional girls club will hold its supper meeting tomorrow evening at 6 15 of clock and on wednesday afternoon they a girls club will meet at 2 30 in the afternoon at the hut w Hen a business and so Jelal program will be featured. Final plans will be made at the Livey ers club meeting thursday night for representation at the in i ter state mid Winter conference of business and professional girls clubs being held in Charleston C., this week end. Will be com-1 plated and 14 delegates from the two dubs will attend. School annual staff j feted at Asheboro informal party held Asheboro Jan. 22.�? special a Harold Cranford was Host Friday evening to the staff of the Asheboro High school annual at a party which proved interest i ing from beginning to end. Moving pictures taken at the local school formed a part of the eve Ning s entertainment. Among the guest list were Mise Eleanor Willoughby faculty sponsor of Ash i life Glenn Pugh editor in chief Gloria Anderso editor of photography Dorothy Hayworth snapshot editor Kitty i Lee Fritz activities editor Virginia Lambert Secretary John i Bunch circulation manager with Jennie Cox and Floyd Trogdon i assistants Millicent Brittain advertising manager with addle Lee Morgan. Willie Hooper and mar Garet Alexander assistants Fred Henley athletic editor Agnes Bonkemeyer bookkeeper. Miss i it Orothy Lee York. Miss Juanita Sneed miss Mildred Paul and miss Norma Richardson were joint hostesses at a party thurs a Day evening St the Home of or. And mrs. Francis White on West Kivett Street. Dancing progressive dates a musical questionnaire i land other informal entertainment furnished fun for the 30 Young guests. Hot chocolate sandwiches Jand sweets formed the refresh ments. Ii 11 Imp shop Mal we Washington tiv. 3 Jef the thursday afternoon Bridge club met this week with mrs. Lii lie Lewellen. This meeting was held at the Home of mrs. O. L. J Reanell in Greystone Terrace. Only club members were present for this meeting and Bridge was played at two tables. Table awards Wert to mrs. A. I. Ferree and mrs. Roy Cole. Both were pot Tery Ash trays. A miss Bertha Schwab party hostess on sixteenth birthday miss Bertha Schwab daughter of or. And mrs. L. Schwab of this City celebrated her 16th birthday yesterday afternoon with an informal party at the Chauns dance studio on North main Street. Attending the party were Between 25 and 30 guests from High Point Greensboro Winston Salem and Salisbury. I games and dancing were enjoyed and Tater in the afternoon Light refreshments were served Buffet style to the guests. Aaa a. Coke Cecil gives program of magic at fort Lauderdale Fla. Fort Lauderdale Fla., Jan. 20.�?a program of music together with ventriloquist act by a Coke Cecil of High Point a c., featured the program of the annual ladies night meeting of the fort Lauderdale chamber of Commerce Here this week. Around 250 persons attended the dinner to enjoy the High Point Man program and to hear the after dinner address of l. F. Livingston do pout official on Industry s Advance through chemical research. A a # his clubs to hold meeting Here Tonitte representatives from the Spencer his club together with delegates from the local High school dub will have a dinner meeting tonight at 6 30 of clock at the Home of in. A. Boat Louie 2, this City for the purpose of discussing increased cooperation from the local club in aiding the organization of the Spencer group e. Alexander a former member of the High Point High school faculty and now located i in Spencer is chairman of the j advisory committee. Representing the High Point i club will he Carl Justice Bill Simmons Herbert Hodgin jr., and Edgar Hartley executive Secretary of the y. M. A. I approximately nine represent i fives Are expected from the Spca ter his club. I mesdames Quigley Shipman hostesses to Paauw tonight at the meeting of the local Brant h of the american association of University women being held this evening mrs. E. M. Shipman will be associate hostess with mrs. Richard i. Quigley who will entertain the group at her Home in Westwood. Tonight s program is expected to be an outstanding one in the organization As or. Mary Eliza Beth Duffey of the psychology department of woman s College University of North Carolina Greensboro has been secured As the speaker and will have As her topic a mental Hygiene. The meeting will get underway at 7 30 of clock with mrs. H. A. White a. A. U. W. President in the chair. Anyone eligible to membership in this organization is invited to attend this meeting but is requested to notify one of the hostesses. Aaa p t a. Observing social Hygiene Day thursday feb. 4th thursday february i 1940, is fourth National social Hygiene j Day another High Point in the Campaign against syphilis a Day j for a Brief glance Back and a 1 Long look ahead. Organizations in every state in the Union Are calling this Day to the attention of their members. In Coopers a Don with the american social Hygiene association the North Parolino Congress of Parent and teachers is encouraging its local i associations to devote either their january or february program to i a study of social Hygiene that its 70,000 members May be better informed about syphilis and gonorrhoea their nature diagnosis treatment �4d cure mrs. Melville Prongay of Winston Salem social Hygiene chairman for the North Carolina Congress of parents and teachers i stated in a recent interview that i More requests had been made by Loc Al associations for literature i with which to put on such a program than Ever before in the history of the Congress. City and county health departmental Are cooperating by providing speaker for Many groups said mrs. Prongay. Commenting fur the Orn the subject. Mrs. Pron-1 Gay said. A i am on every Possi a Hie occasion stressing this Point i a that the real work of the Parent teacher organization in this nation wide fight against syphilis should he to promote a closer cooperation Between Home and school in the guidance of Hoy Gir conduct and the use of its influence in providing More adequate education and training for our youth for marriage and family life which in the Long look ahead is so vital to the future of the aaa B. Hagler is hew manager of Efird s conies Hore to succeed h. M. Shadt B. Hagler formerly manager of Efird s department store in Gastonia has been made manager of the High Point store succeed-1 ing h. M. Schadt who has been transferred to Winston Salem. Or. Hagler who has one of the longest service records As manager with Efird a has been with that company for Over 30 i years. Prior to i manage ship in Gastonia he was located in Greenville A then in Chat 11 Lotte. A a vice president of the Gas Ionia merchants association he was an Active member of the Kijl Wanis club the chamber of Commerce. And the first Baptist i Church. H. Huffard named president of urfa retail furniture association directors Fleet Bluefield va., Xvi an j. Hudson Huffard Chicago House furnishings company. Bluefield w. Va., was elected president of the National retail furniture association by the directors yesterday afternoon to succeed Nathan b. Sachs Sachs Quality furniture company new York who became new chairman of the Board. Or. Huffard also Heads the Southern retail furniture association having been elected in 1939 to a term expiring in May of this year. His store celebrates this year the 50th anniversary of its founding by his father Sam Huffard president of the company. He has Long been Active in the association affairs having served in 1 939 As Southeast regional Vic president and previously As a member of the associations Trade relations committee. He is Active in kiwanis International. He is president of the kiwanis International committee on inter club relations. The new retail head is at present president of the combined i chamber of Commerce of Bluefield Virginia and West Virginia. A we shall continue to emphasize cooperation with All branches of the Home furnishings Industry to the end that the improvement in sales in 1 939 Over the previous year will continue the new president said. A this will he a major objective of the National retail furniture association for the coming unethical distribution will continue to be the target of a Fra a Trade relations program a he said. A there is a great task ahead for All retailing in the work that must be done to reverse this trend in economic Structure a said or. Huffard. A the associations efforts toward enlisting other National groups in this work will be he stated. The development of Fibre Board Carton packing for furniture will be stimulated for the improvement of the Industry he said. Or. Huffard believes that sales i in 1940 will continue the upward trend of 1939. Which he estimated was to per cent Over 1938. Eye clinic to be held Here the High Point Lions club will sponsor another Eye clinic Hen for about 5u children with defect five eyesight tomorrow and wednesday it was Learned today from j. W. loan chairman of the sight conservation committee of the club. The clinic will be held in the office of or. O. B. Bonner at Burins clinic and members of the club Are assisting in providing transportation for those to be examined. This is a major project of the local Lions club. Announced today by mrs. W. Mcguinn director of the local adult education program. The change is made to prevent conflict with the concert of the Boston University male chorus at the Church tomorrow night. Mrs. Mcguinn also issued the reminder that or. Fleis Clunan is beginning a series of lessons in parliamentary procedure which like All the class meetings will be open to the Public. It has been estimated that the heat of combustion of a gallon of gasoline is equivalent to More than 98,000,000 foot pounds of work which at too per cent efficiency. Is sufficient to lift a 3100-Pound motor vehicle six Miles. Soothes ruffled Public speaking class will be held tonight the regular meeting of the adult education class in Public speaking. Taught by Walter Fleischmann of the High Point i College faculty w hich would nor i tally be held on tuesday night in the intermediate room at Wesley i memorial methodist Church will i be held tonight instead it was your i ulu j Mial miseries Quick rub on 5uper-medicated1 it get in its Good work. Fast because it contains 2 to 3 times More medication than any other Salve sold nationally for Colosi muscular aches Ano na5al miseries. 6ewu v super medicated nervous disturbances caused by headache and neuralgia usually yield in a hurry to the Quick acting ingredients in the Quot Bce formula. You la find that a a Bce is Moat effective As a sedative in simple nervousness and for relieving the discomforts of headache neuralgia muscular aches and functional periodic pains. Convenient 10c and 2sc Sites. Use As directed. When pains persist or recur frequently consult a physician. 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