High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 29 1939, Page 10

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 29, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Hours 8 30 . To 12 noon saturdays 8 30 . To 6 ten Sec. A the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina sunday january 29, mrs. C. H. Newby entertains Phi betas j we and seven at Thomasville recent Bride honoured spatial to the Enterprise Thomasville Jan. 2.s. A with mrs. Carlton ii. Or Why As gracious hostess members of the Phi Beta club wore entertained at the ii regular meeting Friday afternoon when mrs Robert Lambeth was in charge of the program and presented an interesting discussion of Napoleon Bonaparte France it great revolutionary general and emperor. Mrs. Lambeth gave a sketch of this famous Man s life before and after his exile and gave something of his stay on the Isle of Elba and St. Helena when he was exiled from his native country mrs. Reece Harville president presided Over the business session which preceded the program and later in the afternoon the hostess served h two course repast at daintily appointed tables in the living room overs were Laid for mesdames Robert Lambeth of Greensboro Reece har a Ille m. B. Hite. A Morris of High Point Harry Lee Ura Beth Charles f. Lambeth Howell r Kyeer Carleton Noell 1>. A. Long George Finch z. V. Crutchfield Tom Alderman Sykes and misses lots Johnson and Mamie Harris. Mallei bean and visitors a prize a Novelty fell to mrs. Lena Nance. The prevailing idea was Duple a ated in tile Dainty refreshments later served to the guests who were misses Eva Myers Edith Hilliard Frances Stone Mabel Dean Mildred Harris and mesdames Vann Richardson Lena Nance and Harris Murphy. Mesdames j. Vvs. Hoyles and a c. Nicholson joined hospitality at the Home of the former on West main Street this week for a delightful Pend the Day party. A luncheon was served at noon hour covers being Laid thirteen at the dining room Hie which featured a Central rat gement of White Narcissi a Silver bowl with lighted Tai t he for Clar in hers mesdames Frank Townsan and Blanche Crump entertained with a miscellaneous Shower and Bridge party Here thursday evening when they honoured mrs. Thomas Peacock a of cent Brid five tables of Bridge Wen in play the top More prize a pot try vase going to mrs. Paul Bonner while costume jewelry went to miss o wee Nee Everhart second scorer. To mrs. Chester Myers recent Bride was present d a Bon Bon dish and to the honoree the hostesses and guests gave a Shower of miscellaneous. Gifts. An ice curse in Tho b Motif was later served to Dames Thomas peacoat k. Cd Myers Joe Hoyles jr., Jack sell Luther be. K. Vernon adding color on the table and Buff t decorations. Valentine place cards were used. Afterwards games were enjoyed mrs. E. Pritchard of High Point winning an evening bag in a unique contest. Guests included mesdames la a Garrett of Burlington George r. Grown of Liberty Vav. R. Hammer and s. Vav. Taylor of a liboro j. E. Pritchard j. M. Mil Likan and c. L. Whitt High Point r. M Amin Joy Glascock and Misse and Veina Mccu Joek of Boro. Ker of is. Or. S Pearl g i t h. C. Ryan has gone to Florida after spending sometime with i daughter mrs. Charles f. Phillips on slum e Avenue. Or. And mrs. Wyman Scarborough and mrs. A. My a Alay of donuts Gilead Are spending the week end in the Home of or. And mrs j e. Lambeth. Ralph Beth of Duke University is also up tiding the week end with Bis parents. Der. Bill j Var it mock. Her Ollie h Art Paget Point. Crews. Vav cock Robert Clvde Bartley Vav. Gilliam a Phillips of eel Hellene Voricl and Doris Pope of m Esmer fus Sily i r r i a i. Bill Ben miss. Tkv or Anita High the entre thursday Evenin mrs. George Granton tables of Bridge it during the evening. The Valentine Mot died throughout ointments and a at am a Mildred hard second a Anontine pm eat is a lie of the no Niage of m ins la i is in Zev e Chart f this City a and Ralph l v a s Tell of this any a a i forint of fir be Hubo to. Vav Lich was Emit cd sat la a Lay la nary 21. The c vow s w Ere is 0 an 1> fore re y. W. Rathbu la. Nestor of ? hat the a i Soi Shrp Boro an i Only a few lost Al lends and i a a t v a a w a ire Pic Ose lit. The ring Mony was u i wot a a i w of beige i in in cd Vav ii it in it a u vet wit ii a i it 101 be of White to and mate Ting a a e is the Dauk Iller the late i. And n irs. A i in lever Bart Evelyn Jean Newby daughter years old on Friday of the past week while i it Mcbride Young Man shown below was seven years old on tile same Date. Ile is the son of or. And or. L. Mcbride of the Thomasville Road. Photos by Stone s studio. Misses Wood and Welch compliment mrs. I. Welch mrs. I. Welch a recent Bride and the former lbs to Wood was again honoured on thursday evening when her sister miss Emma Wood and miss Ruth Welch sister of or. Welch joined hospitality at the Home of the later on Mont leu at a miscellaneous Shower. Contests were featured in the evening s entertainment first prize a Rose vase going to mrs. Josie Bell Thompson and other prizes being won by mrs. David Barker miss Montague Hall and miss Earldine Patterson. Hose were presented to the following out of town guests mrs. Russell Simmons of Atlantic City n. J., and mrs. Earl Mangum of Durham both guests of the honoree. The Bride was presented with a Roll of Parchment which when opened directed her ups Gin to her apartment where she found an Anay of Beautiful gifts. The hostesses gifts to her were Linen and Crystal. Guests returned to the entertaining rooms where they were served a Sweet course from aurally tables. The Bride s table featured a late cloth with Central arrangement of roses and tiny candles in the prevailing colors. Approximately thirty guests were in attendance. U d c. Program on Confederate heroes vows announced a program on math Quot Fontaine Maury Robert e. Lee and Thomas j. Jackson whose birthday anniversaries fall in thie month will feature the meeting of the High Point United daughters of the confederacy which will be held at the Home of mrs. F. Hayden on East Washington Street. Mrs. A. T. Winhall is i to charge of this program and will Civ sketches of the lives of these three men of the confederacy. The musical part of the program will feature vocal selection by or. K r. Gray who will have a her piano accompanist mrs. Marvin slate. Members Are asked to attend this meeting and to arrive promptly in order that the meeting May Start at the appointed hour of three thirty. Mulla i Thom Lucern pm Ville route to at Pilot High i is the n a a pm Estell is employ to hair con starting tomorrow on a special group of rhythm step Heel Latch style stride shoes for women Good styles Good run of sizes and widths $2.00 a pair Quality shoe store inc in an in receive ceremony in Danville. A. Friday evening of flu past week. Mins Lois Vita Lawson be earn a the Bride of Thomas Worth Meson both of this the ceremony was performed by j Tho Rev Vvs. A. Wright pastor of i the main Street m. E. Church Odanville at the Church. Only a few clo friends witnessed the ceremony. The Bride wore an outfit of Teal j Blue with bin k accessories and j her shoulder Corsage w As of Talis Man t o its. So is the daughter of j. A Lawson and the late or. Louie i Lawson and the Groom s parents ire b b Greeson of Gibsonville j and the late mrs. Greeson. He is connected with the Floral Garden a cemetery Here. I immediately after tile Cere Mony the couple left for Baltimore. My for a wedding trip and j will make their Home at i Hui Fil j Bort Street on the or return to a High Point. Miss Halcie Welch is wed to a. C. Smith in Danville Virginia mrs. Of a Webb announces the marriage of her daughter i Halcie Allene to Austin c. Smith on saturday. January 21, in Danville a the vows were spoken i at the Home of or. John b. Winn. Pastor of mount Vernon Church in Danville with or. Winn officiate inc. Smith is tile daughter of v web h and a he late or. Of i Quot a i East Lexington while or mrs Ruffin late or. Smith of is connected with Overall company the couple will reside at 1301 East Lexington Avenue with the brides Mother. M in. Mrs. F Welch a v Enue a re Smiths parents Smith and the Greensboro. He the High Point Here. Shower Given for mrs. Clyde Lewis Elm Street grades present two programs at school during week two interesting programs were presented at Elm Street school during the part week one on wednesday when miss Mary hrs loss third Grade gave a program for the first second and f the school and thursday when Hayworth a sixth i a program be Grace a Council. Third Grade the other miss Juanita Grade resell t lore the upper the program Given by the children of miss Millest room consisted of a presentation of a number of poems Learned by the group this year a Short play entitled. La that Sec Quot and a a festival of the sixth Grade girls and boys of miss Hayworth s Grade had entered their program around Benjamin Franklin whose birthday is celebrated this month. Two of the girls from the Grade gave a number of interesting facts about Franklin a life and a number of troys from the Grade illustrated la meaning of Thrift a group of Shadow pictures illustrating some of Franklin a Wise sayings rom his a poor Richards almanac was then Given. Janis Seizer honoured on eleventh birthday have birthdays two thousand n. C. Students aided loud la Aud Freddie loft in and j Gladys Kigiu entertained with a Surprise Shower on Friday evening at. The Loftin Home. 1417 East Green or red honouring mrs. Clyde Lewis formerly miss Helen car a Roll. Interesting games were enjoyed throughout the evening several prizes were awarded winners. Mrs. Lwis received Many useful gifts the hostesses presented her the Lead teas in her pattern of Crystal. A Deli ions salad course and Coffee was served to the following mrs. Clyde Lewis c. L. Monroe and misses Gladys Gerringer Esther Farrington. Lorena Smith Gladys Stutt. Mabel Underwood Pearly Walker a la Teague Beatrice Teague and Lee Dixon. Washington Jan. 2 hip College and graduate Aid program of the National youth a ministration for 1938-1939 will reach 2,324 students in North Carolina who will receive $313,-to 3 it Aubrey Williams administrator announced today the program would reach 132 per cent More students this year than during the preceding a Adenine year or a total of 8 7.888, colleges and univ tsp u s w Ere assigned quotas of student on the Basin of 9 3 per cent of Tho total number of resident undergraduates and graduate students 16 to 24 years of age enrolled on october i 1936. College students May not receive More than in average of is a month and graduate students Are restricted to an average of $30 a month. The average payment has been reduced Williams said because the applications for student Aid far exceed the number who can he Given assistance. This a runts the program to reach a greater number in november 1938, the nya paid a average of $12.11 to 112,-985 College and graduate students. The average for undergraduates was $11,94 while that for Cadua e students was $17.98. The total allotment for the school year was $11,838,555. A special fund of $100,000 was set aside for negro students. This enabled 5 5 9 students to receive an average monthly wage of $20.60. Two negroes held for baggage car robbery announce birth of Parker Waynick or. Mrs. C. Seizer entertained with a childrens party at the Gibson clubroom on tuesday honouring her daughter Janis. Who celebrated her eleventh birthday j sat this time. Contests and games were enjoyed prizes going to Paulette Hulin Jackie Proctor and Lloyd Martin. Later mrs. Seizer assisted by mrs. Leroy Sykes served ice Cream and cake to approximately Twenty guests who showered the Young hostess with gifts. Wmk it the of \ daughter i and mrs. Kermit Spencer Ltd 1435 North Hamilton Street announce the birth of a daughter i Nancy Earle on wednesday a the j Burro memorial Hospital. Mrs j Spencer before her marriage was j miss Edna Earle wheless of this City. Parent teacher Council will meet tuesday Velva h. Whitescarver born at Hospital Here or. And mrs. John Frederick Whitescarver of 613 West Lexington Avenue announce the birth of a daughter. Velva Hayden on thursday night. January 26, at the Burma memorial Hospital. Mrs. Whitescarver before Lier i i a triage was miss Velva Hayden. Charlotte. Jan. 28.-�?<�> a u. S. Commissioner w. M. Smith Ord red two Charlotte negroes held today on charges of breaking into a Southern railway baggage car and stealing several i out of parcel Post. Witnesses said that Jerry Glover one of the into the baggage ear at Salisbury several Days ago and opened the door at Concord to let in Ilie second defendant. Harry White officers testified that the a pendants threw out the a Kages As the train pulled into Charlotte. Detective. Located the property tiny said and waited until the defendants returned to get it. Listed among the stolen merchandise were lies suits and Silver. Harvard introduced football into american colleges. Expert shoe fitters a a fit for every foot 137 South main Street j the High Point Parent teacher i Council will meet on tuesday of i Ter noon in the Library of the Elm Street school at 3 to of clock. Mrs. Floyd Wilson president a quests ill organizations to to represented i by officers Aud chairmen since important mutters Are to be discussed j at this time. George a Lton Brown Horn on january �?~24 or a id mrs. Norman Brown a a re a announce the birth of a son. George Alton on january 24th at their Home 324 Pickett Street. The right hand of Mona Lisa painted by Lenardo a Vinci is said to be the most perfect hand Ever Cairney. Am Parker has big new Book for you special Quot Surprise gift for every listener a big new Book Over 90 pages of fun excitement. Information tune in for full details. Tonitte 7 30 Wplf Betsy Chernault observes birthday observe 50th anniversary Betsy Chernault was hostess at an attractive children a party at her Home Here thursday afternoon from three thirty to five of clock in Celebration of her sixth birthday. Games and contests appropriate to the occasion were featured and prizes were won by Helen Dallas Frances Pickett Kenneth Geddie and Donnie Silver. The children were also entertained with a Story hour by mrs. W. G. Kirkman who had selected those appropriate to the approaching Valentine season. The Valentine Motif was effectively carried out in the decorative scheme of the Home and was duplicated in the refreshments served at a prettily appointed table which was entered with a birthday cake. The Young guests included Helen Dallas Frances Pickett Anne Welch Sarah Gertrude rag Anne Bain Dorothy Dudley Nancy to Smith Suzanne slate Carolyn Dudley Clariann Massey Carolyn Andrews Peggy Mitchell mine Hall Tommie Lentz Betty Joe Snider Jane Marshall Jan Brandon Anne Wright. Shirley Kirkman Mary Lou and Betty a Lark Dillon Lucy Heilig Nancy to Doggett. Martha Clyde Cher Nault Mal David Don Buchanan. Billie Welborn Kenneth Geddie Bol Fountain Hill Smith jr., Fin in Art Sumner. Johnny Poy Howard White fran in Mccain Donnie Silver Bobby Bundy Bud j by Matthews David Parks Tommy Wood Jerry Byrd and Harold Smith. Sir. Aud i. Duke is. Evan of Cadin Avenue Wile Salem parents of Sam Evans and or. Robert s. Stewart of City Are shown lure a it a Muir fiftieth wedding Anniversar v w they of served on monday of the at week with a family <1 party at their Home. Most of their eight children were or on this occasion. Cade sentenced to thirty years murder and was sentenced to 25-30 years imprisonment. Dube i Langston a Farmer pleaded guilty to accessory before the fact and Drew a 25-30 year sentence. Leon Cody received a 2 to 3 year so Fence after a entered a plea of accessory after the fact. In Vienna the dropping o tee in the streets pm Oft ans which a patrolman can Exa Fine on the spot. There a upward of 25 a a ii use throughout the United St Roland Rayford Stroud son of or. And or. E. In Stroud of Burton Street Extension is pictured above having celebrated his second birthday on saturday january 28. Shown is Low is Richard Byron Godfrey son of or. And or. Paul in. Godfrey of Yim in any Street whose first birthday was observed on Erl Duy january 241. Top photo by Smith and other by Stone s studio Kinston Jan. 28 of a us Peri or court jury tonight convicted Parrot Cade 33-year-old filling station operator of second degree murder in connection with the a Shotgun slaying of Noah Rouse aged Recluse and judge Henry Stevens sentenced him to serve so years in state s prison. The thru other defendants submitted pleas last night and received their sentences today. Lacy Cade 21, unemployed pleaded guilty to second degree Abbott Proctor to Paine members new York Stock Exchange new York Cotton Exchange new Ork curb Exchange Chica Board of Trade and other i changes \ 304 South main Street Telephone 34f Otis d. Phillips manager presents 325x Gas Range 4 a super now for the first Tutu this new 1939 faille with the famous magic chef features is available at a Price within the reach of All. Buy magic Chei now. You la Nevei have a better Chance. Power company 233 South main Street phone is meet Vicks a no to a Vius Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4568 Octal and dial

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