High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 4 1939, Page 12

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 4, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page two Sec. The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Comer of a High Point. North Carolina sunday. June j. To i Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4568 social and d hours 8 30 . To 12 noon saturdays 8 30 . To 6 pm. Miss Dorothy Burger shares honors with other brides elect at party vows solemnized easter announced miss Dorothy Burger soon to wed Burton Wagger of this City was honoured at a Bridge party at the Home of mrs. Herbert Cartland in Greensboro thursday night by miss Mary miss Neli Poole. Sharing honors with miss Burger were two other by idea elect. Mieses Leol a Hampp and Inch Choate. Miss Hampp will wed John Fleming Lussey of Florence s. C., and Dallas Texas. This month and miss Choates Fiance is George Mac Hen of Pennsylvania and High Point. Five tables of Bridge were in play with summer Flowers Tor a background and miss burgers place was marked with a Cor Sage of roses. High score prize. A summer compact went to miss Bell and mrs. Francis Neal received travelling prize Novelty soap. Miss Burger received Silver in her pattern and misses Brantley and Hampp and Choate also were presented with gifts of Silver. Later a salad course was served to the three Honoreen miss Bell and mrs. Neal and the following mrs. Sarah Wagger Ann miss Betsy Dean Wagger Mother and sister of the Groom elect. Mesdames Robert Davis William Abernethy Robert Williams misses Louise Bell. Selma Whitehead Maitha Thomas. Deppe Barker Helen Jones Thelma con Nell Frances Adams and Alma Andrews. Mrs. F. M. Shore jr., entertains bridal party of Statesville couple a delightful social event of the week end was the elaborate Buffet supper Given last evening by mrs. Francis Marion Shore or. Of Washington d. C., at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. I. T. Mann on Johnson Street when she entertained members of the bridal party of her Cousin. Miss Corelli Lazenby and Harold Wilson both of Statesville who will to married on Friday in that City. Mrs. Shore will serve As Matron of Honor Ai their wedding. Guests were invited for seven of clock and were served supper Buffet style from a beautifully appointed table covered with a Lac cloth and featuring As Centrepiece a due bowl filled with Pink water lilies and on either Side were Pink tapers in Blue holders. Everhart White invitations issued in City weds in Rocky mount bridesmaids whose engagement to or. Jefferson Davis of the United states Navy is being announced today. Other places were marked by bridal cards. Small tables were entered by yellow tapers to accentuate the yellow and White Motif prevailing in the living room. In addition to miss Lazenby. J her Fiance and the hostess Mem i Bors of the bridal party present j were misses Frances Little. Hail j nah Steele and Jeanette Sherill i bridesmaids All of Statesville mrs. John Dick of Greensboro soloist for the wedding w. D. I Fairfax Morris Gray and John Hall of Statesville groomsmen. Miss sue Kohler of Harrisonburg j va., the House guest of miss Steele j was also a guest As was James a the appointments emphasizing the Durland or. And mrs. J. D. Rogers. Jr., or. And mrs. Earl Craver and or. And mrs. Mann of this Blue and Pink Motif throughout guests were seated at Small tables in the living room Aud on the Piazza where the place of the Bride elect was marked by a nosegay of mixed Flowers As was that of miss a meets Little one of the City. Miss Percy Lazenby who will be maid of Honor and miss Beulah Gaither another bridesmaid were unable to attend the party. Mrs. We. To Malpass or. And mrs. William p. Leonard of 1219 Cedrow Avenue announce the marriage of their daughter Christine to William Clarence Malpass of High Point on sunday april 9, 1939 in Dillon South Carolina the above announcement was issued Here yesterday and will be of cordial interest to a wide Circle of friends of the Young couple. The Bride a Young woman of j personal Charm is the second j daughter of or. And mrs. Leon j Ard and attended the High Point j High school. She is a popular i member of the younger social j aet Here. For her nuptials she j was attired in a costume of Teal Blue and her shoulder Corsage was of orchids. Or. Malpass is the son of or. And mrs. O. B. Alpaca of this j City. He also received his Edu j _ location in the local schools and is Jay Cath Bir Thody now in the grocery business with j his father Here. Or. And mrs. Malpas will reside with the bridegroom s parents at Ali Centennial Avenue. Invitations Reading As follows were issued this week a emr. And mrs. Thomas s. Everhart request the honour of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Julia Lucille to or. Charles d. White on tuesday the sixth of june at eight o clock p. In. At Ward Street methodist Church High Point North miss Everhart is to have miss Ruth Everhart her sister of Jackson Hill As raid of Honor and Only attendant. Or. White is having Rev. Lee r. Spencer jr., a classmate in High Point College and pastor of the Lexington charge As Best Man. Music will he by miss Evelyn Caudle Soprano of Winston Salem Roy Padgett Tenor of this City Rev. William Rennie violinist of Methune mass., and miss Katy Bly love pianist of Winston Salem. Miss Caudle and miss love Are both members of Oak Summit Church of which the Groom is pastor miss love being Church pianist. Rev. N. Williams pastor of the Groom and pastor of main Street methodist Church will hear the vows using the ring ceremony of the methodist Church. Ushers will include a. Parker brother in Law of the Bride of this City Rev. John Cagle of Eldorado Ogburn Ferguson and Lindsay Walker both of Winston Salem. Rehearsal for the wedding will lie held at the Church monday evening june 5. The rehearsal will be followed by a reception and cake cutting. Donald Logan has party to celebrate miss Sarah Denny becomes Bride of e. D. Broadhurst jr., at Rocky mount former Ali Fri Boro Iii forma a pertain to the Enterprise Point in i wed to Church ceremonial native of greens cast evening girl reserves summer Camp opens tomorrow Rocky mount. June 3 in a formal Church ceremonial which was characterized by simplicity and dignity miss Sarah Mcalister Denny the older daughter of or. Aud mrs Kenneth Craig Denny was United in marriage tonight with Edgar David broadband or the vows were spoken a half Titer eight of clock in the first presbyterian Church and the pastor. The reverend Norman Johnson officiated. The ring ritual of the Church was used decorations for the marriage Aery ice emphasized the bridal scheme of White and Green. Madonna lilies being arranged in White floor baskets against a background of australian tree ferns and Southern Smilax entwined the stained Glass windows i the Nave of the Church and outlined the choir stall and Organ loft. At the altar mid elsewhere in the Chancel Cathedral candles burned in seven branched Candel a Bra. Mrs a to Thorp was at the console of the Organ to present a program of nuptial music and mrs. George r. Edwards Lyric Soprano was soloist. Mrs Thorp used a the bridal chorus from Wagner for the processional and a the wedding March from a nights dream Mendelssohn i i for Tho recessional. The Ushers were first to enter i and included messes William i noun and Fred Bahnson of win Ston Salem Barry Redding Oft Asheboro and Charles shatter. Of Greensboro. Or Broadhurst was attended by his father. j David Broadhurst of Greensboro i As Best Man and together they in i tried trom the vestry room to await the coming of the Bride j miss Denny was preceded by her i Only sister miss Charlotte Denny As in lid of Honor mrs. W in Holderness of Greensboro sister of the Hylde Groom who was Dame of Honor and a Petite Flower girl Little miss Jane Howard Holderness of Greensboro or. Birau Hurst a Niece. Both the maid and Dame wore period gowns of Aqua net nude with fitted bodices and bouffant skirts to ii Over hoops bows of velvet ribbon trimmed the gowns and were worn in a the hair and each carried a colonial Bott aet of mixed Flowers Iii the pastel color Range. Little Misa a Holderness s gown was in replica of the maid s and Dame s and she carried a colonial nosegay of mixed flow in. Miss Denny made a charming Bride in her Patou gown of White Duchess Satin fashioned in Empire style. With Long. Fitted cd Eves. The bodice was Cut heart i shaped at the neckline and a Long i court train fell i Graceful folds from the shoulders. The v ii. Of Brussels lace cascaded Over a j veil of illusion which was attach cd to a Mary Queen of scots Nap of starched lace and she wove. J string of pearls for her Only Arna j in it. Her Flowers were a sheaf of Calla lilies. She entered the j Church on the of her father 1 or. Kenneth Craig Denny by w idiom she was Given in marriage i and with i Broadhurst re j pealed her nuptial vows after. The reverend or Johnson following the marriage service or and or. Broadhurst left a or their wedding trip to an unde j a term led destination after which j the will go to Springfield. Mis a Souri to make their Home. For travel the Bride changed to a i Chamois dress with full length id at. Trimmed with Patent Lenth a or. A r hat was of leghorn with i Patent my in and her accessories we Patent leather. She w a re it her shoulder a Spray of while or chide. For the marriage service. Mrs deny the Mother of the Bride i was harming in a gown of Blue lace and mrs. Broadhurst Moth i or of the bridegroom was Lovely in Pink lace. Both wore shoulder sprays of orchids. Mrs Broadhurst is one of the i states most popular Young women and is extensively known in North Carolina she was reared i in High Point received her Early education there and later attend Jed Agnes Scott College in Georgia and the Marjorie Webster lege in Washington d. Was formally presented to North i i Carolina society in Raleigh when she made her How at the Debutante Hall sponsored by the Terp j j sit Borean club. With wide Eon tact in Piedmont Carolina geor Jogia. Virginia and other Southern i. States miss deny moved with j j her family to Eastern Carolina j j several years ago and by her Charm of manner and gift of i friendliness has endeared herself i to an unusually wide Circle she 1 is a member of the spinner to i club composed of the society set of this City and Tarboro of the Junior Guild and of the Tea and topics club Here. Or. Broadhurst also enjoys the Friendship and regard of a wide Circle of friends. He is a native i of Greensboro being the Only son of or. And mrs Broadhurst of that City. He is a graduate of my j Callie school Chattanooga ten i Nessee and received the degree of Bachelor of arts from the uni mias for the Tai Gill under i Betsy Dupuy. Summer tamp Reserve clubs y tomorrow supervisor of the lev which gets announces everything in i registration exp official opening after noon the Camp it a til recently o Ian conserve1 been secured june for the i has been r j grounds preps a Nancy. Miss Maryas tidiness with full a cled before the of Camp shortly self. Which was in i pied by the civil Ion corps and has for the month of girl re serves use a notated and the red for the girls of Schwartz will serve Camp registrar and other Touti Selorus numbering 12, will in elude miss Mary Epps of woman a College who will be dramatics instructor miss Anne Pierce woman s College recreation Counselor mis Neola Steed of the Oak View school faculty nature and hiking miss Mary Elizabeth col-1 Whitehead of woman s College. She dietitian and miss Frances Adams of the Junior High school faculty arts and crafts. There will be three one week periods of the Camp with a different t camping group for each period. Tho period beginning tomorrow ends on june 9, and the other two Are from Juno 19 to 23 and from june 26 to july i. Mrs. R p. Logan a entertained her son Donald who celebrated his seventh birthday with a party yesterday afternoon. Games and contests were featured. With mrs. T. E. French. Mrs Johnnie Miller and Grace Mcallister assisting those present included Shirley Vogel. Betty Baxter. Bobbie Brawley Peggy Johnson Bob by Johnson Donald Tate Gladys Hall Bobby Hall Johnnie Miller Larry Miller James. Betty and Karline Russell Everett dem Comer Hoy Ingram Patricia Ann Ingram. Ben Robinson Shirley magnets. J Edith Hunsucker. I Light foot Doris Aud tier Billy Kelley Bride elect and Bride honoured i by mrs. Forrest Murray at Bridge mrs. Forrest Murray was hostess at an afternoon Bridge party at the Emerywood country club yesterday afternoon honouring miss Eleanor Morton of Terrill and mrs. W. G. Ragsdale jr., of Jamestown. Miss Morton a Cousin of or. Murray who is a member of the City schools faculty in Greensboro. Will wed or. Forrest Moore of Shelby this summer. Mrs. Ragsdale is a Bride of this Spring. Nine tables of Bridge were in play in the ladies lounge of the clubhouse where Spring Flowers including Larkspur and Feverfew wore arranged. To mrs. Farrell Gray Holder of High score went a Glass Flower Container in the shape of a hat. Low score prize won by mrs. Malcolm Murray of Greensboro was a pottery vase. Miss Morton received a pie server in her Silver pattern from the hostess. And mrs. Ragsdale s gift was a Silver Bon Bon spoon. Among out of town guests Here for the party were the following from Greensboro mesdames Wilfred Carr Francis Dobb Morton Murray Armistead Sapp will Rea de Oscar Sapp Newell Sapp waiter m in in. Aud Malcolm Murray. Coming in for refreshments were the hostess Mother in j. E. Kirkman and mesdames a g. Ragsdale sr., of Jamestown. Bailee j. W Harris Albert Hart jr., and Sam Strickland. Dance Given for miss Sarah Denny in Rocky mount final prenuptial event to to or miss Savaii Denny of to y mount whose marriage to Edgar David Broadhurst or of Greensboro and Springfield mo., toot place in Rocky mount last night was a dance Given by her s see miss Charlotte Benny Frid evening at the brn Evue country club in Rocky mount. Mis Denny is a former resident of High Point and a nun Ber of gusts from this Section were included in the several Hundred present. Mrs. Edgar David Broadhurst jr., shown in her bridal Robes was miss Sarah Mcalister Benny the daughter of or. Ami mrs. Kenneth Craig Benny of Rock mount before Ber marriage on saturday evening june t. The formal Church ceremony was solemnized in the fir fresh Tertan churl by the reverend Norman Johnson Ami attended by a Brilliant assemblage of Friend from North Carolina and other Southern states. Or. Broa Horn a native of Greensboro now is a resident of Springfield mo., where the couple will live. Miss Rush to wed Joseph a. Hill in july ceremony Walker Nancy Wood Bett son Ruth Howell Nancy Cagle Cha Ter Jerry Joyce l an Morris Chara Jeen mrs to l. Walker of High buddy Fra a Point announces the engagement Joyce Cox of her sister. Helen Janette Rush Joseph Addison Hill of James it wit. The wedding will take lace next month the hid elect is tin y Jean David Nora Bundy Lone my a his can. N youngest it m daughter of the late or. And mrs. A. S. Rush of Randolph county. She attended school in Asheboro and has made her Home Here for some time where she has be a employed by the Adams Mizii corporation. Or. Hui. Son of j e. Hill and e mrs. Hill of Jamestown d Guilford College and an employee of the Adams operation. He to line Ltd in extra savings in our june Sale extra Low Price Maytag washers ver Alty of North Carolina in 1935 he is a member of Kappa Alpha fraternity having served As chapter president and having twice represented the chapter at nation Al conventions. He was Active Iii the Carolina play makers and has recently collaborated on writing a play. A never a Dull moment Quot which has possibilities of a Broadway production state playwrights say or. Broadhurst was organizing president of the bachelors cotillion club. Of Greensboro from which City he went to new York a year ago Aud in january to Springfield Missouri to be affiliated with the american participation corporation. I Voung people to attend presbyterian summer conference next week Moroline a a a 5now-Whiti Petroleum Jilin the following Young people will represent the y Oung Peoples leagues of the presbyterian Church at summer conferences next week Pioneer conference to be held at peace College Raleigh n. C., june 5-10. Dina Taylor Margaret Perry. Marian George Beverly merchant. Ellen Stirewalt Helen Posey Bernita merchant. June j Crawford Harold Cox Gene car i Liker Jiminy Bennett and Charles Stuart. Senior Voung Peoples conference to be held at Davidson College june 7-14, Posy Redman. Louise Stirewalt Margaret Barringer and Don Williamson. Monday Only she silk remnants new Shipmen silk remnant in prints Ami solid colors. These Are French crepe. Spans and Many Novelty weaves. All Are regular 79c values. Ver it spec Ial for Lav at 27c Yard remnants these Are slightly imperfect Good in High Quality material such As spun French crepe acetate. Very special for monday Only Al this Low Price 19c Yard $4.50 Down 5.00 monthly 111 a life time and costs less per Wash. Free demonstration Creyonne remnants Tine Quality Jsu wide re tonne remnants. Small and Large Floral pattern. All rotors to select from. Regular 19c value. Very special for monday at Only 8c Yard Cotton sheers Rig table of Cotton Sheet remnant in printed Batiste Dimity Anil Lawn. A regular 2.v value. Very special for monday at Only 9c Yard Cotton sheers sate 25% on these Fine Quality Cotton sheers. Printed Batiste Dimity Lorn us and voile. Four lug tallies to select from All perfect goods very special for monday prints Only five Hundred Yards to sell at this Low Price. Fust colors. We wide print. A real value for monday Only at 12c Yard my dept. Store appliance store operated by Culler appliance co. Department store a always big values at the big store 5c Yard sheeting ji9 indies wide. To Square Brown sheeting. Smooth Quality. On Sale monday Only at this Low Price 6c Yard if Chad amp in a super monday for our Mammoth june Sale silk dresses these Are a regular Ureal bought at a Serif need Price but Are slight imperfect. Style Are the very latent. All color Ani a Dze. Only Ami to sell at thin Low Price $1.44 Fach Cotton frocks four big rack of Cotton Frink in print and Slicer. Good styling Are found in these dresses. Guaranteed fast color. Size j i to 4 4. Regular 79c value. On Sale Mondov Only Al till Low Price 34c each full fashioned hosiery full fashion three thread wingless. Thes eare run of the Mill from a 79c Grade on Sale All Day monday at this Low Price. 10c pair Towel ends one thousand Huck Towel ends in Plain and plaids. With hemmed ends. Very special for monday Only while they last at in each ladies slips a Fine Quality Rayon taffeta slip. Bobby pattern Only. Size it to i i regular 49c value. Special for monday Only at a 29c each i i m Hron cloths a Inch Rayon luncheon cloth in Colon Iii plaid patterns. A regular alb value. Special for monday Only at a 24c each monday cps Pia i c Gnu Lent Jil Octagon soap v i a Large size i 3 3c Corn flakes regular size 5c tomatoes. No. Ii can 5c pork Beans in of. Can 4c Tomato juice no. A can 7c Corn. No. 2 can 5c Grapefruit juice 4tl-oz. Can 12c pickles at. Size a Dill or sour 12c Ritz crackers 13c guaranteed savings Ltd

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