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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 4, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Sunday june i j j1the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Pace three Sec. It Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4566 social and dial hours 8 30 a a to 12 noon saturdays 8.30 am. To 6 . Parties planned for miss Thomas other brides elect a number of courtesies will this week be tendered miss Dixie Thomas who will wed Edgar h. Snider this month. They include a Bridge party a luncheon and a dance. Tomorrow evening the damsels clique exclusive Young women s social club will entertain at Bridge for miss Thomas at the Home of miss Dorothy Mccall on Colonia drive. On thursday miss Thomas and another Bride elect of this month. Miss Leora Harn up will be Honor guests when miss Dorothy Hoskins is luncheon hostess to them and their bridal parties at the Home of mrs. Howard Hartzell on Guilford Avenue. On the evening of june to. Miss Ola Mae Welborn and her Fiance. Thomas s. Bouldis jr., of Trinity will shale honors with miss Thomas and miss Snider at a dance at the Emerywood country club which is being Given by miss Mary Bailey Tice of Greensboro. Mrs. Mcanally presents pupils in piano recital High Point girls graduating at a Cunt a no mar mrs. F hades w. Mcanally presented Ber piano pupils in then closing recital of the year at her Home on Ferndale drive thursday evening. Hrs program punch was served to pan its and on the porch and later they were served an ice course. The Home was decorated in summer Flowers pupils appearing on the program with the numbers that they played were As follows Quot Hungary Koell Lugt. Quot prelude Chopin Jimmy Corrigon Quot by a Roadside fire Rodgers. Quot sonata Mozart Norma Page Quot curious Story Heller Quot dark Kyea grooms. Joseph Haywor a Quot the hand is playing Dixie and Quot country dance will Lam Quot Flower song Flange Peggy Russell Quot coun try gardens Groom Quot Sonatina Quot Lichner. Patsy Conrad Quot gondolier a Nevi Quot Clair do Lune Debussy Hulda whirly Quot Charmante Groton deep purple de Rose Eleanor Garrett a hark hark. The Lark i Schubert a Danse Negre Quot Scott Marie Snider Quot to Spring Grieg Mildred Marsh a miss Sara Stone honoured at club or. And mrs. J Lee Stone Cave a party at the Duck club wednesday evening when about so guests gathered to celebrate the birthday of their daughter. Miss Sarah shone dancing furnished amusement for the evening and ices and individual cakes in the teen Pink and White of the prevailing Modi were served chaperones for the occasion were mrs w e. Davis miss finances Mendenhall Howard f Carter miss Margaret Wall mrs. W. P. Laxier and or and mrs j. Lee Stone. Or. A Thornton and Lewis children entertain jointly at party Little misses Elizabeth Thornton Julia and Nancy Jones entertained jointly with a birthday the first of the week at the Home of the latter on route one. It being the occasion of their twelfth and ninth birthdays each honoree received Many useful gifts. Games were played and prizes awarded Nancy Williams Anil Mary Alice Briggs later a into refreshments were served by mrs Ralph Thornton and mrs. J. P. Jones to the following Little guests Virginia ramp Helen Dorothy and Adlene Pilcher. Nancy Williams Ruby Comer Martha James Mary Ellen and Peggy Thrift Ila Belle and Mary mice Briggs Billie. Janie. Elizabeth and Stephen Thornton. Lulls e. And Nancy f. Jones. Martha Jean Billie and Sandra Lone. Sedgefield Hunt announces events. For show visitors the Sedgefield Hunt announces two social events for this weekend the first a picnic supper on j Friday evening. June 9 and the other an informal party on the Terrace at the inn on saturday afternoon. The picnic supper will he held on the Lawn of Sedgefield inn immediately after the afternoon performance of the horse show and is on Friday while the second party to he held the following Day. Will take place at the same hour both Are being Given for exhibitors in the horse show and members of the Sedgefield Hunt and Are expected to he largely attended. Alpha Theta Psi alumnae to meet the alumnae chapter of the Alpha Theta Psi sorority will meet tomorrow evening at 8 of clock at the Home of mrs. Tyree Nabors on Highway 10a, mrs. James Brooks will he associate hostess. Members who will not be Able to attend Are asked to notify one of the hostesses. Twentieth Century club concludes year s meetings with dutch supper following the usual custom of the club for its final meeting members of the twentieth Cen tiny study club entertained their husbands and a few friends with an attractive dutch supper Friday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. R i. Quigley. 108 Westwood Avenue. Receiving with the Host and hostess were mrs. Lamar Mccallum and mrs. E. Lehmann. Who were in charge of arrangements for the affair. On their arrival guests Wert served supper Buffet style from a Lovely table in the recreation room and afterwards enjoyed a delightfully informal evening when Bridge Ping Pong and various other games furnished entertainment. Members of the club and their guests present to enjoy the supper were or. And mrs. J. Schleu or. And mrs. J w Thomas. Or. And mrs. W. R. Campbell or. And mrs. W. Vav. Gluyas mrs. Vav. F. Freeman or. And mrs. Henry v. Koonts or. And mrs c. Al Lehmann or. And mrs. Hunter Dalton or. And mrs. Charles h. Risch or. And mrs. Lamar Mccallum or. William Kiernan and or. And or. And mrs. Quigley. Don t worry let we can take the spots out f Nile s t a it d a r la s e it v i c e -jpllr1 \ Kiich Points Only Sof i w Ater laundry High Point is being Well represented in the 382 Young women of the graduating class at woman a College of the University of North Carolina this Spring with eight local girls finishing in the 47th annual commencement. June 2-5. This group pictured above is As follows left to right top miss Evelyn Sharp miss Mabel Hoover Hargett miss Sarah Wilson Jones and miss Sophia Ellen Taplin lower Row miss Helen Cashel Bolling miss Margarita Austin. Miss Jane Carroll Truesdell and miss Ruth Albertine Lee. Miss Sharp daughter of or. And mrs. Al c. Sharp of Sio Carrick Avenue has been a member of the Dike an society the education club the College orchestra being an accomplished violinist As Well As the band and trip sponsored by the music department. She will receive a Bachelor of science degree in violin. Miss Hargett daughter of or. And mrs w. L. Hargett of hut Johnson Street has also been a member of the Dike an society and the education club and she will receive an a b degree with a major in primary education and a minor in of English. Miss Jones is the daughter of or. And mrs. A. Jones of 1101 Johnson Street and will receive a b. S. Degree in secretarial administration she is a member of the Adelphia society the International relations club the v. W. A. And the dance committee. Miss Taplin is the daughter of or. And mrs a e. Taplin of 1208 Woodlawn Avenue and has been a member of the Adelphia society the y. W. Theft Rench club the College choir and band As Well As the Alpha Kappa Delta sociological f rate nity and was a a reporter on Quot the carolinian a she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa National Honor society. She will receive a Bachelor of arts degree miss Bolling is been a member of the Aletheia society chemistry club of a education club be Circle Fyan cals club International relations club Paylik ers has been on the athletic association Cabinet has participated in basketball hockey baseball. And Square dance club Tui has been on the staff of the carolinian and Pine Needles. She will receive a Bachelor of science degree in physical Fhi cation. Miss Austin daughter of or. And mrs j. Vav. Austin has been a member of the Dike an society the Art club and the Square Dame club. She will receive an a. B. Degree. Miss Lee daughter of or. Aud j mrs a d. Lee. Has been a member of the Adelphia society the of education club and has been on the College Honor Boll. She will receive an a b. Degree with a major in primary education and a minor in English. Miss Truesdell. Daughter of or. J and mrs. Al Trup doll has been a member of the Dike an society j and the physics club she will receive a Bachelor of science degree in secretarial administration Sheraton hotel Crill room a nil a Fri cd or Elt to special sunday luncheon seed d from la a Oon log a to p. In. 65c full course dinners from. 85c miss Bonnie Adams Jas c. Montgomery to wed this morning a wedding of interest to a Large Circle of friends in Statesville and High Point in that which will be solemnized this morning at nine of clock at the Chapel of the Rosa. Chapel he n. A. When miss Bonnie Meyer Adams of this City will become the Bride of James Cranford Montgomery also of this City. Rev Alfred s. Lawrence. Rector of the Church will he the officiating minister an will use the ring ritual. Only a few close friends and relatives will he present to witness the ceremony which will he characterized by utmost simplicity. The Brid will Wear a dress of Bon Bon Blue with Matching accessories and a Corsage of lilies of the Valley and sweetheart roses. The hide is the attractive daughter of the late or. And mrs. W t. Adams of Statesville. She received her education at the Statesville High school and later completed a business course. F or the past six year Ahe has lived in High Point or. Montgomery is the son of or. And mrs. J. A Montgomery of 120 4 North Hamilton Street High Point. He graduated from High Point High school and i from the University of North j Carolina. He now holds a position with Swift and company. Or. And mrs. Montgomery will spend their honeymoon in Chapel i Hill and on their return to High Point will be it Home at their apartment 219 Steele Street a mid week Garden club to have annual picnic at Jackson farm june i the mid week Garden club will hold its final meeting of the summer at the farm of or. W. I l. Jackson South of the City on j wednesday morning. June 7. According to an announcement made yesterday. This meeting i will take the form of the annual picnic and will get underway at 11 30 o clock in the morning. The picnic is held As an annual custom with the club and is alway anticipated with interest by the club members. About people s kindergarten recital Ray Street school wednesday night june 7, 1939, at 7 30 rending a songs a Ballet a Square dance a tap Hie Public is invited admission adults yes a to Hildren to Etc. Miss Eleanor Amoa is expected to arrive tuesday from Randolph malt on College. Lynchburg va., where she has completed her year study As a Sophomore. Mir Samos is participating in commencement activities at the College and assisted with the Garden party for the senior class which took place yesterday afternoon. Little Danny Cecil of 1718 Kivett drive has been confined to his bed for the past week with measles. A misses Gertrude Tomlinson and Aune Garrett have returned to their esp Tive Homes from Salem Academy where they have been in school this Winter. Mrs. C m. Hauser is expelled to arrive this evening to a Quot a he Hou segues of Mia Harry Raymond for some time. Her daughter miss a it Hauser is also spending some time Here the guest of or and mrs. S. H Tumlinson. Wee miss Josephine Gibson is spending the week end in vein Ston Ili of Iii where she is attend ing commencement activities at Salem College. She went Over yesterday for alumnae Day. A Bedward Stirewalt returned to his Home f Rilday from Southern Pines where he has Bern teaching science in the City schools. He attended the dance at woman a College in Greensboro last evening following his return to his Home Here. # friends of Little Javan Bike of 709 Centennial Avenue will be glad to learn that he is recovering satisfactorily from an attack of measles at hts Home Here. # miss Betty Collins of Charlotte has arrived for a visit with her aunt mrs. Ill. Dalton at her Home 901 East Circle drive. Or. And mrs. Royster Tucker and children Are spending a few Days at Paradise Point where they Are guests at the Hayden summer cottage. # mrs. A w. Wall has returned to her Home from the Murrus memorial Hospital where site recently underwent an operation and is recuperating satisfactorily at this time. W. W. Sheffield of 300 Best Street is getting along nicely after an appendectomy at the Guilford general Hospital. A a a the ladies auxiliary of the Monarch a Lith will meet at 3 p. In. On tuesday at the Gibson club room with mrs. N. L. Garner As hostess. A a a w. G. Malone of the Sheraton hotel is the guest of the Ocean Forest hotel. Myrtle Beach s. C., for a visit of some time. # e e or. And mrs Frank leak and m and mrs. Fairley Dong of Rockingham spent wednesday Here As guest of Rev. And mrs. Howard s. Hartzell on Guilford Avenue miss Helen Long and mrs. Thomas in eath of Rockingham arrived Friday and Are stopping at the Home of miss Longs sister. M i s. a Hartzell while in the City they Are atle tiding. Commencement activities at Salem College in Winston Salem Over the week end. A miss Georgia Ridge is convalescing satisfactorily a her Home 805 Willowbrook St tee after undergoing a Tonsillectomy last monday. James Sloop and f rank milks have returned to their re pert Ive Homes Here from Chapel Hill where they have been in school this Winter at the University of North Carolina or. Hicks will return to the University of 6 to enter Summers it Hool there to do additional study. Both Are members of the Junior Clas. Eve or and mrs. H. A Willis of Northville mich., and or. And mrs. Bob Gentry of Athens ga., were guests of or. And mrs e. He Sensenbach at their Home. 629 colonial drive yesterday stopping Over in route to Chapel Hill to attend the 25th reunion of their class at the University. Mrs. E. E. Sensenbach is improving at her Home on colonial drive where she has been ill for the past two week or More. So suffered a slight heart attack at that time. Kirkman pupils close season during week mrs. Roosevelt autographs new olympic Stamps mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt first lady of the land has graciously Given her assistance to americans intrepid olympic champions by autographing Twenty sheets of the Beautiful new1 olympic Victory Stamps. Mrs. Roosevelt signature on the Twenty unperformed sheets of the Stamps which were prepared expressly for that purpose reads simply Quot Eleanor i charming Katherine Cornell first lady of the stage also has signed Twenty of these special sin Els of Stamps to help raise the Money required to Send the american stars to the great quadrennial world athletic Congress at Helsinki Finland july 29 to August. 19 it. Fin tiler represented in these signatures Are Lily Pons. Piquant stat of grand opera Aud the films and Helen wills courageous Queen of the Tennis courts and Marjorie Gestring of los Angeles who won the olympic springboard diving championship in 1936 at Berlin while Only 13 years of age. In these modern times the girls arc just As much a part of the oly Iii pit picture As the men. Tomorrow the Pupil of mrs. W g. Kirkman kindergarten so Hool begin their final week activities for the season. Tomorrow the four groups of children with their teachers will have a joint picnic on he kindergarten playground the Chil i Ulen will amuse themselves with games stunts and Bubble blowing. And later lunch will he i nerved on wednesday evening at Ray Sheet school the kindergarten will hold is final dance recital and graduating exercises. Over 50 children will he featured in the recital Chai in Al Carrolljr. Superintendent of City schools will deliver the graduating address to the 32 graduates Al a i feature will take place Jim thursday from 5 to 6 p. In. When the annual Tea and Art exhibit for parents and Patron will be held at the school. The Art exhibit is the culmination of creative Art work which has been done throughout the term tinder the direction of mrs. W. It. Saunders miss Durham to wed or. Schwartz or. And mrs. A Durham an a Nome the engagement of their daughter. Nellie Lenora to Harry s Roland Schwartz son of or and or. Harry c. Schwartz. The wedding will take place on i saturday june 17. At 4 of clock at the first Baptist Church with j or a. B. Conrad officiating. I miss Durham will be attended by her sister. Or. Clyde Jarrell As j Matron of Honor and miss Shir. Lee Steed As bridesmaid. Clyde i Jarrell will serve As Hest Man i for or. Schwartz. Elm Street Grade entertains at Tea on thursday afternoon students of miss Helen butlers sixth j Grade of Street school enter i trained their mothers with a com i Bina Tion Tea Art exhibit and program. Receiving lines were made up of pupils Active in the various phases of school life and were headed by or. Schroder principal miss Andrews miss Chat Field and mrs. Kelly teachers who had taught the children Iii lower grades. After the guests had passed Down lie receiving lines they were served ref ref been to. The program brought out High lights of the years work such As music Art language and dramatics. Several piano solos were rendered and the program was brought to a close with a group of girls dancing the minuet. Our aim a to sell merchandise lower than anybody in High Point monday special in Efird s annual i the greatest sales event of the year ladies slips Cotton remnants ladles Broadcloth slips with built up a Houlder straps. Lac 500 Yards Cotton remnants fast color values to 39c cd june Sale 5c cd. L a Diksa dress special do i a i Al in silk its a. V Aine to am a. Hummer color hurry for be a select Ion. Jine s Ile $1.00 each silk dress lengths special a relate. Hop sacking Plain and printed Shantung and Manx others in assortment 3-4 yes per length. First Quality goods. S3.im value. 87c each Jymm Yards silk in Nan is every Quality and Rotor. First Quality goods. Value to it Etc cd. Yard Beach Wear ruffled curtains Sec our Complete item it Wear tie partition birthing suit aint suits shorts Slacks Sud a1 tin season s newest creation. And so reasonable. June Sale 25c of. Of Priscilla style ruffled curtains Standard site colors. Cream. Standard size r o to r s Cream a Ecru and colors. Stic value. June m i. F to or remnants Polo shirts spread special men s and boys Polo shirts. June Sale 2<mi heavy Cotton bed spreads Mise mix Ida. Be a t if til de gitis. A legit Tai ii value. Colors Howe Green Blue yellow Brown mid Orchid. each kiddies fast color Sun suits cannons Birds Eye diapers 27x27 1-2 dozen to package. 25c each 43c pkg. 44c each ladies handbag special a Iii arrived a new shipment of ladies while hand bag. These hag look like hey should Al for sheeting and cheesecloth 36 in. Sheeting and cheese cloth 3k cd. Sun suits Cannon diapers gown special ladies Cool printed Batiste gowns. A june Sale special hmm la sheeting fort Slimmer unbleached seamless sheeting Al below ool. Lune Sale 16c cd. Efird High Point n. C

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