High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 29 1939, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 29, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Ii ii Day january 20, 1939the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page nine Sec. A Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4568 social and dial hours 8 30 . To 12 noon saturdays 8 30 . To 6 m. Dan Phillips marriage solemnized at Rosville s c. Draws wide interest special to the Enterprise arts Ville s. Jan. 28. I a ceremony of exceptional try miss Lillian Jordan of Siville became the Bride of i Norfleet Phillips of High it n. C., this evening at eight fek in the first Baptist Church Hartsville. The ceremony was Ormed by the pastor Rev. Ard m. Heaves in the Preh of a throng of relatives and ads. Nth Green and White exclusive in the colors the Church was fitfully decorated. The Chan was banked with Green and rails twined with Smilax and inst this background were tall lets of Calla lilies. On each of the altar were tall Cattie candles in tiers the scene g lighted entirely by the can be organist mrs. It. L. Rey is played a program of bridal ii and just prior to the in let of the bridal party miss ii Miller of Florence 8. a f Quot i love thee a by Grieg. Ushers were Jesse Washburn ugh Point and w. P. To Man i of Hartsville Broth is in of the Bride. The bridal rus from a Lohengrin Quot was i As the processional and tie ssi onal was Mendelssohn s priding Irving As groomsmen were Lander m. Rankin jr., and it a r Kearns of High Point p., James e. Foscue of James ii. N. And t. A Rochelle Edgefield n. It. He four bridesmaids were miss la Virginia Mclain of High to miss Elisabeth Ashley of it Field mass., miss Carter Melton of Hartsville and Mise per Townsend of Lenoir n. R were charming in identical ins of minuet Blue Chiffon in with very full skins and t shirred jackets of the Annie Rifal. They wore tiny hats b entirely of yellow and Blue Mas and tied at the Back with of velvet and carried Artis Kim bouquets of Spring Flowers bluing pansies daffodils Blue 1 a a it la and a rho a and to d ii yellow velvet it dreamers. Pc maids were followed by the i Dainty Junior bridesmaids i Margaret Washburn Daugh of or. And mrs. Jesse Washta Nice of the Bride and miss in Allston of Hartsville. The jag girls wore quaint frocks it Lam s old fashioned with a shoulders and full Hoopis and bands of pansies in or hair. Their old fashion d Gas of Spring Flowers in Blue Gold were Aho tied with Yel-i1 velvet a iss Mildred Jordan of anaudia., was Ber Sisters maid cd or and wore a Lovely costume miniature Blue made along the be lines a those of the Bride is and her Boquet of the Flowers was tied with Cycle velvet. Ibert Timmerman Small son or. And mrs. W. P. To Miner of Hartsville and Nephew at Bride was the ring bearer. Wore a full dress suit of White i and carried the ring on a ill White Satin Pillow or. Phillips was attended by brother. William i Philip High Point As Best Man flu Brid entered with her Ter Albert Jordan of Harts who gave her in marriage unusually Lovely Brunette she j particularly charming in her �1 gown a Schiaparelli Model Ngel Akin Satin with heart 1 Decolle Tage buttoned Down Back with tiny covered but. The leg of Mutton sleeves be tight below the Elbow fitted \ a Point Over the hand and is trimmed with covered but. The gown was made with Jasque and the skirt formed a r train. The Long veil of sheer tulle fell from a mat i Anton Cap of seed pearls and her Era were a Cascade bouquet Selmont Gardenias lilies of the icy and of hid lit Mother of the Bride. Mrs fan wore Ivory lace and her trs wire Lavender orchids. Herb it Norfleet Phillips of h Point Mother of the hide Joni Aln wore Ivory Lac and Corsage was of Parma violets of lowing thu wedding a re i it was Given by Iii parents it Bride at their Home he if tire House was Beautiful decorated with Spring Flowers. The dining room the prettily jointed table had As a Center a White roses lilies of the Vinland other Whit Spring flow ail was lighted by tall White Jules in Silver holders or. And mrs. Jesse Washburn. Ugh Point greeted the guests the door and presented them be receiving line composed it and mrs. Jordan parents of Bride mrs. A n Phillips of ii Point lumber of the a Sidoons. Or. And mrs Earl x. Phil. And the members of the Bip arty or. And mrs. W. P. Tammerl of Hartsville received in the ing room and directing to the room were or anti mrs. Chris Wolfe Iii Hartsville. Or. And. M. My Kin non of Harts a and or. And mrs Stanley is of High Point received in gift room and directing to the cos Hook was mrs. Frank mint Hartsville. Mrs. T. V. Ii in of Wedgefield mrs. Alex or Rankin jr., and mrs Tunis is Iff High Point presided mat Cly at the Bride s Book. Serving in the dining room were m Virginia Bryan. O Savun la. Miss Gladys hunger of. Miss kale May Coker miss Bara Kalber All of Hartsville miss Eula Miller of Florence. Luring the evening mrs Phil to hanged to her travelling cos a a lignin Model tailored a piece suit of Black and the Tweed with full gored skirt which so wore a Small Black hat. Her Flowers were the orchids from her bridal bouquet. Or. And mrs Phillips left for new York from which place they will sail on february 4 on the 8. 8. Conte de Savoia for a two months Mediterranean cruise. They will leave the cruise at Cannes for a visit there and in Paris returning the last of March on the Rex after april 1st or. And mrs. Phillips will be at Home in the Emory Wood court apartments in High Point. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs Albert Jordan of Hartsville and is a member of a distinguished South Carolina family. She is a graduate of the woman a College of the University of North Carolina. Mrs. Phillips who possesses both unusual Beauty and charming personality is popular with a Host of friends in both the Carolinas. Or. Phillips the elder son it mrs. H. N. Phillips and the late or. Phillips is a native of Virginia and in a member of outstanding Aud prominent families of that state. He was born at the family Home in Nottoway county and lived until moving to High Point twelve years age in City Point a. He attended a William and Mary College where he was a member of the Theta Delta Chi fraternity and is an alumnus of Washington Aud Lee University. Among the out of town guests at the wedding were the following from High Point mrs. In Rbert n. Phillips or. And mrs. Wstanley Davis or. And mrs. J. B. Cooper or. And mrs Alexander Rankin jr., or. And mrs. Amos Kearns or. And mrs. Randall b. Terry or. And mrs. Matt Wall or. And mrs. Jacob Froe Lich or. And mrs. Gratton Coy or. And mrs. It. B. Flynt or. And mrs. L. Austin or. And my. Paul w. Casey or. And mrs. Henry Foscue or. And mrs. Sedum Perry. Miss Sarah Taylor mls Margaret Hamlin mrs Katherine Raymond or. And mrs. G. 1�. Smith or. And mrs. Willis la. Slane or. And mrs. James Corrigan or. And mrs. Jesse Washburn or. And mrs. Capus m. Wayne a or. And mrs. Carter Dalton. Or. Anti mrs. Harold Bennett or. And mrs. Abe Harris or. And mrs. Jack Holbrook or. And mrs. W. B. Mcewen mrs. Mary Elizabeth Long and Collier kills jr., or. And mrs. W. In Saveler of Charleston w. Va., or. Flora Martin Irvine mrs. Perle Davis Marten or. Aud mrs. Augustus c. Porter and or. And mrs. Hal Bobbitt of Charlotte x. C., or. And mrs. Nathan Ayers Aud or. And mrs. T. V. Rochelle of Sedgefield x. a Anthony j. Is Hob and Fred Nachman. Or. Of Chicago 111., Bernard Davis of Philadelphia a. Xvi Clr it i f k a and nut Wilkes of new a Ork n. A a a Fred me a for Hauser of Richmond Var. And mrs. H. T. Smith or and or c. 0. Cannon. Or. And mrs. Frank Curran or and mrs Oscar by rued to miss Bede Carlson end miss Anne Cole All of Greensboro x. or and mrs a l. Blimey 0f Morganton x. or. And mrs. Hill White of Coin in Hie s. Or. And mrs. B f. Heathcote of Thomasville. X. / Phil Johnson of grand rapids Mich. Rex Maxwell Rob Alderman. And Mise Ansley Maxwell of Florence s. Frank Hancock of Washington d. Or. And mrs. Hugh Smith or. And mrs. Lethorne Darden of Greenville 6 a and or. And Mig. Manley Whitney of Hickory. X. Church social spirit Xii life group will Amft on monday the spiritual life group of the Wesley memorial Church will meet monday afternoon at 3 30 of clock with mrs. A ii Brame at her Home Llo Lindsay Street. A Calvary lass of its to fed a night the Molly Phipps class of Cal vary m. K. Re ii of ii will hold ii. Monthly meeting with mrs Asaley Rollins at her Home 617 Cable Street tuesday evening at seven of clock a a Chi in St. Phil Xii a la has of hts Mondy the Imi Ilat lieu clans of th1 or in Street Baptist Church will meet monday evening at 7 30 with mrs. I. H. Lynch at her Home 112 Short Smith Street. Associate hostesses with mrs. Lynch will be mesdames Georgia Peyton John Primm j. E. Union s. H. 8c Tor and j. Saunders. Ukiah Mem olm is intermediates meet Tho intermediate Christian Endeavor society of Welch memorial m. P. Church will meet his afternoon at 4 4 re at the Church when Sarah May he Kettie will be Leader of Tho program. Highland w. M. Is. Holds meeting the women s missionary society of Highland m. E. Church met Ai the Church recently with mrs g. It. Ward president in the chair. Following routine business Brief talks were heard by several members. A quartet Sang several select ions. During Tho social hour refreshments were served by mrs. Len Garrett and her associate hostesses to the members present. Son born to Mil and mrs. A c. Howe born to or and mrs. M. Rowe of Sio Wise Street this City a son Larry Thomas at Burrus my mortal Hospital Jan car it la. To wed local Man woman s club to hear m. T. Lambeth to give program Here Friday Mise Elizabeth by Mautha Rod deck above of Greensboro will become the Bride of Elbert f. Russell of this City in the Early Spring. Announcement of the engagement is being made today by the hide ewes parents or. And mrs. Lawrence 8. Red deck of Greensboro. Miss bedded to wed a f. Culler in Early Spring or. And mrs. Lawrence 8. Red deck announce the engagement of their daughter Elizabeth Symson a. To Elbert Franklin Culler of High Point. The marriage will a Ake place at the Home of the Bride elect in the Early Spring. Miss Reddeck is the Only daughter of or. And mrs. Redden k. Route 3, Greensboro. 8he is a prominent member of the younger social set of Greensboro. She is a graduate of Greensboro High school in the claps of 3 6. T or. Culler is the son of or and mrs. Perry l. Culler 322 Greer Street High Point he attended High Point High school and for a he past six years has been associated with the Duke Power company of High Point. About people miss Byrne wars classmate of miss Helen Marie 8i<eloff at Duke University arrived late yesterday to in the guest of miss 8iceloff at her Home on North main Street during her vacation following midterm exams. Several parties Are being planned to Honor her during her stay Bere. To miss Alta Mae Davis daughter of or. And mrs. . Hurley Davis of sol Lindsay Street. Is seriously ill at the Burnt memorial Hospital where lie was taken Friday night after her condition became suddenly worse at her Home. Mui Davis has been ill for sometime. A a mrs l. D. Campbell of Hoh South main of net has returned to her Home from the Guilford general Hospital where she has been a patient for the past two weeks. A mrs. Herbert 8, Ingram is recuperating after an operation recently at the Burrus memorial Hospital and is now at her Home 404 Elm Street. A a a miss Dorothy Bel la a patient at Tho Burrus memorial Hospital to which she was removed Friday after being ill at her Home in Oakwood court for several Days. A a a Raymond Odom has returned to his Home at 133 Elm Street from the Guilford general Hospital where he recently underwent an operation. He is recuperating rapidly at this time his friends will be glad to learn. A mis Helen Ann Jacobs of new York City w to is a student at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill is spending the week end Here with miss Betty Hardin at her Home on North main Street. A a a friends of major Bruce a Raven will be glad to learn that his condition is slightly improved at the Guilford general Hospital where he has been a patient for the past ten Days. He expects to be removed to his Home at Trinity on monday or a Oon after. To. A. Shipton of High Point Loute one is improving Stis Fae Tori Lar at the Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem where he has been a patient since ton Days ago. A a mrs. D. T. Andrews. Who has been quite ill at her Home on East Russell Street was removed last night to the Guilford general Hospital where she will undergo treatment. A mrs. Mary Adams remains very 111 at the Home of her daughter mrs. J. I. Gold on Barker Street where she has been slew for the past two weeks. Friends of t. 8. Clayton will be glad to learn that he has been removed to his Home on the Issei Street from the Guilford general Hospital where he had been confined with pneumonia. A a miss Mabel Hoover Hargett a student at woman a College who has been spending this week at her Home Here is the week end guest of her brother Walter Hargett. Jr., in Rocky mount. She w ill return Home late today. The High Point woman a club will hold its general meeting at the Blair Park clubhouse on wednesday afternoon at three thirty o clock according to an announcement made yesterday. The president Miv. Herman d. Sears will preside Over the meeting and following the discussion of business m. T. Lambeth principal of the Junior High school will speak on a a Mcdowell Landrum wedding is announced announcement is made Here today of the marriage of miss Lillie Mae Mcdowell to Lester a Landrum on january 26 at Archdale. Justice of the peace Auman officiated at the ceremony. Mrs. Landrum is the daughter of or. And mrs. Percy Mcdowell of route three this City. The Groom is the son of or. And mrs. J. L. Landrum of Warrenton Georgia but has made his Home in High Point for the past two years. At the present he is employed by the Guion construction company. The couple will make their Home at 506 East Commerce Street. A a in not we birth of a Dai Guter or. And mrs. L. E. Seism announce the birth of a daughter Rebecca Ann on Munday january 23rd, at the Guilford general Hospital. Before her marriage mrs. Seism was miss Mary Lane sue Hastings Marionette show Here Friday under league s sponsorship in to Abote photo is shown Hue Hastings who will bring Lier Marionette show Herr for a program on Friday afternoon february 3, at Hie senior High school auditorium under the sponsorship of the Junior her vie a league. Shown with her Are some of her marionettes who Are being presented by Junior pro Grain inc and will give the play a sinbad the Sailor one of the most popular in its rep Crotti a. A Marionette show with All the elaborate trappings of a Broadway musical comedy will be seen by the children of High Point on Friday february 3, when sue Hastings newest production a sin bad the Sailor a is presented at 3 30 of clock at the senior High school. The presentation is sponsored by the Junior service league and bears the stamp of approval of Junior programs inc., a non commercial organization devoted to the presentation of selected children a entertainment. A sinbad the Sailor is. According to mrs. Hastings the most ambitious Marionette production Ever presented by her group. Several years were spent in painstaking preparation of puppets and settings. There Are nubian slaves Oriental dancers a cunning magician a Lovely Princess and various other picturesque characters out of Tim classic Ara tale. Especially difficult to perform and fascinating to audiences both Young and old is a dramatic scene of a storm at sea including a realistic under water episode in which the Lovely Mermaid struggles to save th4unconscious sin had from a wiggly octopus and a Saber toothed . Sue Hastings Marionette is the Only Marionette organization is this country which enjoys an International reputation and it was the first american company to by booked for a tour abroad. Their presentations wore ranked by the critics As comparing favourably with those of famous european troupes. Mrs. Hastings has devoted full time and boundless Energy to supervision of the construction of puppets and settings and to directing her productions Sines 1922. The new York theater Guild has sponsored special engagements of her marionettes for four years. Elaborate preparations and painstaking attention to detail assure audiences of both adults and children a colourful and memorable afternoons entertainment. Rocky mount girl to wed or c l. Gray Rocky mount Jau 28 a special a or. And mrs. Erie Harris Austin announce the engage mom of thir daughter Elizabeth Reaville to or. Gyrus Leighton Gray of Sanatorium North Carolina. Or. Gray is the son of mrs gyrus Leighton Gray and the late or. Gray of High Point. The wedding is a tied led for february eighteenth and will be solemnized in an informal ceremony at the Church of the Good Shepherd. Meredith College a unnae to meet members of the local alumnae association of Meredith College will in t Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs. F. M. Autry 1114 Cedrow Avenue. At this time the group will listen in on a radio program broadcast Over station Wplf we Ohleh was arranged by officials at Meredith College in Observance of founders Day which is celebrated on that Date. Local alumnae Are invited to attend the meeting which will get underway at 3 30 o clock. / a a a daughter born to or. And mrs. Dickens or. And mrs. Clyde Dickens of 1212 Park Street announce the birth of a daughter Doris Marie on january 23 at their Home. Mrs Dickens is the former miss Helen Hedgecock of this City. The year Fop f a is fair lady. This is the car for fair a so you Tan t afford to Overlook our stocking fair. You la be walking Miles and Miles these net few months so better drop in to our stocking fair and Stock up now on stockings for the fair wonderful values1 it s smart to get Arec of a kind so that Chance snags done to leave you with a flock of orphan Hose. Heres a tip from the hosiery expert he e this week Lux your stockings in lukewarm suds As soon As you take them off. You help Cut Down runs and thereby get lots More mileage a so you can prove it for yourself she is giving every hosiery customer a regular sized package of Lux one to a customer. Miss Lux hosiery expert will be Here All this week we recommend Lux to help preserve the Beauty of these stockings Belk Stevens co. Quot High Point s leading department store Quot

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