High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 29 1939, Page 8

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 29, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page eight Sec. Athe High Point Enterprise pics Umoru Center of Industry of go Point North Caro Ina sunday january 21, la Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4f>�r miss Julia Coe and Lee w Sherrill wed in Church ceremony Here saturday drawing wide interest in this Section of the state is the marriage of Mise Julia Elizabeth Coe and Lee we Sherrill of Statesville and High Point which was solemnized in a private ceremony at the first methodist protestant Church saturday afternoon at five of clock in the presence of members of the immediate families and close friends. Rev. In Freo Surratt of Durham Uncle of the Bride performed the ceremony using the impressive ring ritual and wedding music was furnished by Arthur Fidler baritone and mrs. Thomas e. Strickland who presided at the Organ condole. To open the program of nuptial music mrs. Strickland played d hande lot s or. Fidler Sang a to. Promise me a by Reginald Dekoven. The bridal chorus from Wagner so a Lohengrin was played As the processional. The couple entered together without attendants and met the officiating minister at the altar where an effective nuptial setting had been achieved by the use of floor baskets of White Gladioli and other White Flowers combined with Maidenhair Fern arranged against a background of Palms and ferns. Cathedral tapers in seven branched candelabra furnished illumination for the ceremony. As the vows were spoken mrs. Strickland played softly a Rliebe Straum a by list and Mendelssohn s wedding March was used As a recessional. The Bride was Lovely in her wedding costume which featured a smart Street dress of mignon Blue crepe made on simple lines. The dress was made with shirred sleeves and the skirt was fashioned in the new Spring Mode of accordian pleats. She wore a be fouling Felt hat of Navy Blue with High Crown and her other accessories were of a Matching Shade. For travel she added a handsome coat of Navy Blue made on tailored lines. The Bride is the elder daughter of mrs. Verta idol Coe Aud the late or. S. S. Coe. And is a Young woman of exceptional Charm and Beauty. She attended High Point College and was graduated with the class of 1937. She was a i Fem Ber of the a Cappella choir while in College wa1 affiliated with the Theta Phi sorority and during her senior year served As president of the artemesia literary society. Or. Sherrill son of mrs. Mary Delia Sherrill of Statesville and the late Lee w. Sherrill also attended High Point College and was graduated in the same class As his Bride. He is a member of the Epsilon Eta Phi fraternity and was affiliated with the Aero thl Nian literary society. He took an Active part in athletics at the local College. He is now engaged in i professional baseball and expects to leave the first of March for St. Petersburg Fla where he will go into training. Or. And mrs. Sherrill left by motor immediately after the ceremony for a Short wedding trip to Points South and on their return will be at Home at 206 Hillcrest drive. Among the out of town guests Here for the wedding were a Large number of relatives of the Bride from Greensboro and mrs. Lee w. Sherrill and Hubert Gray Sherrill Mother and brother of the Bride bodice Square neckline and Short Groom from Statesville. Entre Nous club and guests feted at luncheon by mrs j. A. Morris mrs. J. A. Morris entertained members of the entre Nous club on thursday at her Horn on Trentley Circle at the biweekly meeting when the affair took the form of an attractive luncheon with a number of additional guests in attendance. A variety of Lovely Spring i Lowers graced the Home on this occasion and gave a colourful Spring like setting for the net ing on the arrival of the guests they found their places at Small tables at ranged in the living i Nom and were served a two ring luncheon and afterwards enjoyed playing Boston Rook at four tables. Club members to enjoy the hospitality of the hostess were mesdames a. E. Tate l. R. Terry. J. F. Hayden Howard s Hart Tell w. A. Beavans c. F. Long. S. C. Clark. C. B. Over Man. And b. S. Cummings while guests Fot the afternoon included mesdames c. A Barbee. J. S we Horn Orar Keams j. E Kirkman a i. Mann and miss Carrie Ogburn of Weston Sal it in who is the House guest of Lier sister i. S. C. Clark. Local girl scouts plan to contribute to memorial fund Cecil Witcher vows i solemnized saturday at Adi Boden girls from All five from the thirteen from gather for a in August. A the red War suf plans Are underway for scouts to Aid in the Juliette memorial fund which has a fold purpose that of perpetuating the memory of the founder of the girl scouting movement in America and to create International Friendship. Mrs. Katherine Raymond is chairman of the local Juliette Low memorial fund which will go toward sending girls to the world Camp a the chalet Switzerland where nations including felted states and other nations will two weeks session portion will also go to Cros a for use among the fevers. To be eligible for a Juliette Low memorial award either in the United states or any foreign country a girl must be a first class Stout or guide 17 or is years old she must be in Active service in a troop and must have Bein in scouting at least three years. She should have girl scout spirit understanding loyalty and the knowledge of girl scout Standard and work and to be Able to Pas on to other scouts what she has Learned while at Camp. The girls Are chosen from the Region and passed on by the National Juliette Low committee. At the local girl scout meeting held on january 2 4 at the Home of mrs. Katherine Raymond six mrs. M. I. Cecil announces the marriage of her daughter. I Ruth Dora to James Thomas girl j Witcher on saturday afternoon Low i at two of Rio it k. The ceremony two a took piece at the Home of Rev 0. L. Ruth pastor of the Pilgrim holiness Church. The or de wore a smart dp8<-of Royal Blue Chiffon velvet with Matching accessories and he Corsage was of Pink rosebuds. The Bride is the daughter of mrs. Mary cd it and the late m 1. Cecil of this City. The Groom is the son of j. H. Witcher and the late Alice Witcher also of High Point. The couple left immediately after the be Lemony for Miami. Florida and other Points of Inis lest. On their return they will b. It Home 311 to Arker Street this City. Business girls to hear report at the regular dinner meeting of the business and professional girls club which will he held at the 1. In c. A. Hut tuesday evening at 6 13, miss Leslie Johnson will give a report on the interstate Council of business and professional girl clubs in North and oath i Arolina. Which was recently held in Charlotte when she represented the local club. Little miss Anne Wood will also on tile program. Appear always have a Jar of Moroline Handy As a soothing dressing for minor Burns bruises minor skin irritations chapped skin leg chafing baby a chafing. Sold everywhere. World s largest seller at 5c Economy size i of always demand troops were represented. These were Carolyn Grant and Fay Arage troop 7 Mary Brown and Mary Louise Hasty troop la Britzie Raymond troop two Gloria Foust troop 3 and Carol Jane Maxwell and Nance. The Moroline Coull Uke Moroline hair tonic Ioc Betty Lou part which the local troops will take in raising funds for the International Penny fund for the Juliette Low memorial fund was planned at this time As Quot Ell As other projects. Another meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. Raymond chairman of the fund on february 7 when representative of All troops Are expected. The report of this meeting was submitted by Gloria Foust of troop three reporter for local girl scout troops. Social cd d us it 1 it id i Les hours 8 30 . To 12 noon saturdays 8 30 . To 6 pm. Betrothal of miss Mildred Furgurson to e. C. Rankin or. Revealed at luncheon an attractive event of the week was the luncheon Given yesterday afternoon at i o clock when is. Louis Clifton Furgurson in Tei tamed a number of Young girls bore at Lier Home on Lindsay is Lect for the purpose of announcing the engagement of Lier laughter miss Mildred Theresa Furgurson to Edwin c. Rankin. Jr., of this City. The wedding Quot ill take place Early in March. Six tables were arranged in the living room where the guests found their places that of the Bride elect being designated by a Corsage of sweetheart roses and lilies of the Valley. Other place were marked by tiny letters addressed to the guests and sealed v Ith a heart which when opened revealed the formal announcement. Tables were arranged in a Spring like setting of roses Sweet pea and Narcissi Anc Fea lured Dainty covers of Stiver and Quot flite in the bridal Motif with miniature vases of Valley lilies As Centrepieces. The dining room table was covered with i cloth and had As Contri ran gement Small Romaine Narcissi and Sweet peas on reflector flanked Ivy Pink Dies in Blue holders. Mrs. Furgurson gift t honoree was China in her cd pattern. A three course lunched served. The dessert undecorated with White a it i Ells and tiny Candy w Lings served Villi heart cookies emphasizing the Motif. Assisting the Host serving were mrs. Lawrence Gurson of Danville. Va., am Bill tiddly is of Spencer of the Honorie. And mrs. So . Making up the guest list misses Mary Donne Rankin a on Elliott Earline Moore Barger. Nancy Smith m and Helen Crowder i Hall Caroline Dalton Hampp Katherine Lowde Ruth Pollock Helen Davis Moser and Clarine Furgus mrs. Lee w. Sherrill engagement announced or. Sherrill i orc a y in miss daughter of mis. Sud the late or. Inform a ill i is Verta s. S. Lier marriage Here be Elizabeth Coe elder idol Coe of this Cit toe. The vows were spoken at five first methodist o clock in protestant the afternoon Church. At the the approaching nuptial of i Mildred in lir Guison above to Edwin c. Rankin jr., were at a luncheon Given yesterday Ivy i Litten Furgurson another of the the wedding will take place Early announced mrs. Lou in Bride elect. In March. Mrs. 0. P. Moffitt will social Calendar entertain Phil matheans 1 30 inter Munday . A the High Point chapter i ailed daughters of the confederacy will meet with mrs. J. F. Hayden at her Home on East Washington Street. Mrs. A. J. Is Hurt will he in charge of the program for this meeting. Tuesday 3 p a the biweekly Bridge party for the Radii r of the Emerywood country club membership will be held at the clubhouse. Hostesses Tor this event have not As yet been announced. A it scr Vaniotis must be made for tables in Advance. 3 4 5 the High Point Plieni Teusher Council will meet in Hie Library of Elm member of the Philo Athean i club will be entertained at the j regular biweekly meeting by mrs. O. P. Moffitt. The meeting will take place on Friday afternoon Al 3 30 o clock at the i Home of the hostess 219 Lindsay i Street. Mrs. Schroder attends Honor society party Street Wilson All ass Tat Ion men. Ii an i will meet hut. M iss on Ach pm Cia and and mrs. Floyd Biden requests that Louii have a it presen of flyers and chair 15 p in Prole have ing at m iss Aline the pro a the business Don a i girls dub its weekly supper the y. W. C. A. Let Estlle Johnson and Wood will appear Gram wednesday 10 30 the mid week Gulden club will meet with Are. I. In Ingle on Slier Brook court when mrs. B Mattocks will lie guest speaker. 3 30 . A the woman stub will hold its general meeting at the Blair Park i la Blouse w Hen m. To Lamb the will be guest speaker. 3 30 pm the utopian study club will meet with airs. John Pickett at her Home on North main Street for its biweekly meeting. 6 30 pin. The High Point business Aud professional to Mono club will hold its dinner meeting at the Elwood hotel dining room when the employers of the members will be special guests. Friday 3 p in. The Priscilla club will to entertained by mrs. In s. Lafferty at her i Jou i so Avenue. 3 30 mrs. Tilt will lie hostess weekly meeting of Matin an club at Lier Home on Lindsay Street. 3 30 pm. The Junior service league Quot ill pre. Cut another in tin series of the. Junior programs inc., which will feature sue in Hastings Marionette show at the senior High school in the play a sin bad the 3 30 pm. Local alumnae of Meredith College will meet wit ii mrs. Of m. Nutry at her Home 1114 Cedrow Avenue when founders Day will by observed the program will feature a broadcast arranged by the College on station Wplf. Raleigh in Observance of founders Day. Mrs. Allene m. Schroder Prin Ciple of Elm Street school at j tended a social meeting of the Delta Kappa Gamma Honor society last evening at which time miss Betty Aiken land member of the woman a College faculty i Greensboro entertained at Lier Home 4 14 Woodlawn Greensboro. I associate hostesses w Ith miss i land sister of mrs. Carter Bullion of this City were misses Mary Fitzgerald and Patty Spruill also of woman s College faculty. Mrs. V. D. Sale jr., gives Canterbury program at mrs. Carson Burns Home luncheon and Tea social features for Homecoming at local College saturday or. Carson Burns re the Canterbury a delightful meeting at 1209 Greenway drive. Entertain-1 u b at a her Horn Friday Affa t on types of material feasting i marriage the Frontier with All criminals gave much for later writing. I incidents leading to his fermion w Hen mrs. V. D. Sale. J marriage and recognition As a jr., was in Barge of Tho pro to Rev were retold by the speak Gram and used As Lier topic or who also mentioned some Quot the Dean of american hum of his Best known works. In conclusion mrs. Sale quoted a bestowing this title on Mark j Fri tic on Mark Twain who stat Twain the Only Man mentioned among american humorists on the program mrs. Sale used As plan Ara Complete for the eel bration of Homecoming Day at High Point College which will take place on saturday february 4, according to an announcement made yesterday by miss Unity Nash president of the High Point College alumni association. The program will get underway with a luncheon at one of clock in the College dining room when or. G. I. Humphreys president of the College extends greetings to the visiting alumni. Special music by misses Janet Hall and Nanna bet h null vocalists with miss null As pianist will be featured at the lunched and a Tea will follow to Honor visiting alumni and faculty members and will he held at Wrenn memorial Library at 4 o clock. Miss Eleanor Welch harpist will Render vocal selections at this time and final activity will he a basketball game in Basic material for her discourse Mark Twain Samerica. She re viewed i life and colourful career As a Painter Pilot Soldier Silver Miner Gold Washer. Iii id of two immigrations and in author in an interesting manner from the time of Hie birth As Samuel l. Clemmons in Florida. Ill she told of his Mig a j Bullard Harry Tion with his family to Hanoi w. Lindsay v. Cd a the tells a Good Story in a vivid extravagant and boisterous manner and in his works Are Al purely american traits he invariably writes of himself Bis experiences and thoughts my gives his own Point of following the program the the Harrison gymnasium be the colleges purple Pai Uhei Elon colleges christians. A number of reservation the luncheon and Tea have a been made but anyone Eligi attend these functions we not received a letter of i tiny i asked to common cab miss Nash on or Lefoie yet Day. Utopian study club with mrs. Jno. Pickett the i Topian study Cia be entertained at its re meeting this week by mrs Pickett at her Home on main Street. The meeting w held wednesday after too 3 30 a usual acct Ditzig t announcement made yester Duch Dion in outstanding Monda program hostess served a tempting salad plate with sweets and Coffee to the members present who were mesdames Roy Spearman. Hoke Brock maim j d Sale jr., e bal Missouri where his Eon r. Lyon Everett Marsh w. F. Home so 9. P. Moral the Billie Philo b. P. W. C. Will have employers As guests of meeting wednesday Why Wash at Home when Damp Wash is so cheap 50c tile regular dinner meeting of the High Point business and professional women a club will be held wednesday evening at 6 30 the j at the Elwood hotel dining room j when employers of the members will be special guests. A j the program will be in charge of the Public affairs committee of which or. E. M. Shipman is chairman. Read the savings on these values 4v2c each additional Pound additional Chen Ittia laundry he fish Points ont y soft water laundry mrs. Mattocks speaker mid week Garden Ciu or. C. B. Mattocks will be inc guest speaker at the regular meeting of the mid week Garden club at 10 30 a Iii. On wednesday february i at the Home of mrs. I. A Ingle of Sherbrook court. Mrs. Mattocks has chosen As her subject a Cactus printed poplin Fine Quality printed poplin in remnant length. Light an i dark ground. Regular hic lain. Special for monday Only atoll c Yard Outing flannel lift wide heavy Quality Outing in solid colors. Regular i a value Only at flannel monday 7c Yard department store a a l a always big values at the big store remnants hic table of assorted Cotton remnant on Sale monday Only at this Low Price. 4c Yard Yard full fashioned hosiery mail Iii h ladle full fashion hosiery in new Spring shades. These Are run of the Mill from a regular tin lira it it a Sale monday Only at pair Towel Sale Large sire Dundee Terry Towel in fancy patterns regular i or value. In Sale monday Only at Fach uniform s ladies slender wrap in form in pre so rubik poplin All colors and sizes. Regain a 1.2d value. Very Sam Ial of monday Only at a Fach second i 1/4 Hui men s dress pants big tables o f men s worsted dress pants in Lovel patterns. All sizes regular $1.98 value. Very Specia for monday Only at 99c pair Rinso regular 10c size Rinso on Sale monday morning Only at to women Only Box big 13-oz. Box riveria soap flakes regular 19c value for Only. 10c Spoonm i look to w department store the bargain Center

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