High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 5 1940, Page 6

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 5, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Was we we wow social and club activities phone no. 4568 Madeline Hoover editor local Bpwe club elects delegates to state meet in blowing Rock june 13 office hours 9 a m to 12 m social Calendar delegates to the state convention of business and professional women a clubs at blowing Hock june 13-16 were elected by the local club last evening in a Short business session in connection with an outdoor supper at the Guilford county Sanatorium. Delegates Are misses Korol Green and Pearl Bumgarner and mrs. Gladys Stainback. And alter nates Are misses Carrie Mcgill Annette Stowe Alia Chanie in. Eleanor Curran and mrs. Katherine Shipman. Mrs. O Ria a b. James retiring president and miss Rachel Mosel new president will attend by virtue of their offices. Mrs. Bessie Smith was elected recording Secretary to serve during the summer months As a substitute for miss Ernestine Melton. A hamburger supper was cooked at an outdoor Grill and served out of doors after the group had enjoyed games of shuffleboard horse shoe pitching and soft Ball. They adjourned to the nurses Home for dessert. One new member miss Hannah reliant and 21 other members were present and five visitors including mrs. M. D. Bonner or. Rena Henry misses sue Baldwin Virginia Fox. And Evelyn Ballantine. Initial summer Bridge for ladies held at Emerywood club Many guests attend yesterdays biweekly Bridge party for the ladies of the Emery Wood country club membership held at the clubhouse at ten thirty in the morning inaugurated the summer program there. This particular Type of party being changed to morning instead of the afternoon schedule in effect during the Winter mesdames e. E Mendenhall jr., and w. E Mitchell served As associate club Hoste ses and seven tables of Bridge were in play in the ladies lounge where colourful summer Flowers wore used at the conclusion of play mrs. Hat a. Davis was Winner of the usual prise a double deck of Bridge cards which was drawn for among the players according to club custom Aud afterwards a luncheon was served those Mak a lag reservation in Advance mini Bering around Twenty five. Included in Ute players were a number of visitors in the City in addition to club members. These were mesdames Mendenhall Mitchell. James Armstrong John Brooks. John Russell. J. H. Davis George Clark and guest mrs. Ray Moore of Rockford 111. Mesdames Hugh smart. P. Y. Adams and guest mesdames c. Vav. Baw com and Joe Heath of Monroe mesdames e. T. Howard. F. E. Moses. Hal a Davis. R. D. Tillson. John c. Abels Dalliance in Gram. Phil Warner Tom Brown Elliott Wood and guests. Mes. Dames Walton and Connor of Charlotte and misses Ramona j Redman. Finances Hilton. Betty leu Warner and Rachel Hunt. A eight tables in play at auxiliary s Benefit party Here wednesday 4 p. Junior red Cross Council will meet at the Sheraton hotel with the chairman mrs. James s. Moffitt. In charge. 5 p. family service Bureau Board will meet at the Community Chest rooms of the professional building on South main Street. 6 30 p. executive Board of the Althusa club will meet at the Home of the retiring president mrs. H. Cad Dell for its final meeting of the club year. Thursday to a. girl scout Council will meet at the y. W. A. Building on North main Street when summer Camp and program will be planned. Frida v 7 30 p. annual recital and graduating exercises of mrs. W. G. Kirkman will be held at Ray Street school auditorium. Saturday 9 p. In. To 12�?mr. And mrs. James . Poole will entertain with a dance at the Emerywood country club in Observance of their fifth wedding anniversary. Mrs. Edward Leyton honors Bride elect miss Loraine Davis mrs. Edward Leyton was gracious hostess at a Bingo party at her Home on Woodrow Avenue last eyeing to compliment miss Loraine Davis of Philadelphia Bride elect of next month when she will wed Aaron Pliskin of Thomasville. Miss Davis with her Mother mrs. Charles Davis Are guests of or. And mrs. J. Pliskin in Thomasville where they were recently honoured at an elaborate Tea. Twelve tables of Bingo were in play in the Leyton residence where a colourful array of Early summer Flowers formed a gala setting and at the conclusion of the game attractive prizes were awarded the winners. To miss Davis the hostess presented Crystal in her selected wedding pattern and to mrs. Davis Mother of the Bride elect she gave handkerchiefs. Later in the evening a salad course with accompanying refreshments. Was served to the guests who numbered approximately fifty from High Point Thomasville and other nearby cities. A miss Helen English weds of b. Nelson in Greenville s. business girls hear report on social agencies meeting other Owca events Twenty eight members were in attendance last evening at the weekly supper meeting of the business and professional girls club of the y. W. A., held last evening at the Adams memorial y. Vav. A. On North main Street with miss Helen Deans president. In the chair. The birthdays of two members mrs. Ruth Hayes and miss Gladys Hall whose birthday dates occur this month were observed each receiving a Corsage As a remembrance from the club As Well As a birthday cake which was Cut and served with ices for the dessert course. A highlight of the program was a report on the recent meeting of the High Point Council of social agencies Given by the club s representative. Miss Lillian Marlowe and a business item featured was the appointment of a nominating committee to draw up a new slate of officers. Serving on this committee Are miss Gladys Hall chairman. Misses Ina Mcadams and Gladys Ellington at the meeting of the tuesday lend a hand club held yesterday afternoon at the y. W. A members made plans for a trip to the Beach Over the week end. The Adams club has fifteen members present at their regular meeting on monday when the club advisor mrs. S. S. Saunders met with the group and miss Anne Lockridge the president was in the chair. Plans for representation at the Greensboro Solidarity banquet on monday and for spending this week end at Camp Betty Hastings y. W. A. Camp near Winston Salem were completed. Nine made reservations for this time for the weekend trip and will leave saturday afternoon at one o clock and return on sunday. The Florence Nightingale held a lengthy business session on monday evening with mrs. Leta Anderson in the chair. Following their supper meeting plans were made for attending the Solidarity banquet in Greensboro. A unique method of choosing club officers was planned the election to take the form of a government election a Lih a primary held two weeks hence. Followed by Campaign speeches by those named and the election proper in july. Beta Sigma Phi plans a and m s Rife Man a. R to i Quot Onie Quot a Greenway Outing for thursday Colgate soaps iml3ioi-Ive. A for Akk i Pek Siim to fur or or toilet ,. 8 for i in j Koleka for ii formerly red super Sud Carolina huh Stohl 700 Inglish Stritt eight tables of Bridge were in j play last night at the Benefit card i party sponsored by the american i legion auxiliary at the coca Ola bottling Plant on Washington Street. High store prize a Pitcher Fawn a toned of Pink Ware went to a mrs. I Lewis and five draw prizes were also presented. Cookie Aud iced drinks were served later in the evening. I mrs. Effie Harrison was chair i Man of arrangements for the a to. And others on the committee were mrs Jael a Burrl and or. R. R. Blackburn. Funds from the party will go i for expenses of the state legion auxiliary convention to Here june 23. 24, 25. Be i hour changed for Washington Council meet thursday night All officer and members of the degree staff of Washington coun i ii no. 4. Daughters of America ase urged to meet thursday night at their Hall Jio 4 North main Street the hour will he 7 pm instead of 7 30, a we Thomasville Garden club entertained by mrs. Nat Walker special to the Enterprise Thomasville. June 5.�?mrs. Nat Walker entertained the Thomasville Garden club at her Home Here tuesday morning when mesdames e. A Peg and j. Vrenn served As associate hostesses mrs. Walker As president was in the chair and in her opening remarks read a poem entitled a what makes a during the business session reports were heard and mrs. J. T. Cochrane was elected librarian. Or. H. To he Hooch press reporter and mrs a h. Nicholson chairman of Bird conservation. New members welcomed were or. R. W. Crew and or. Vernon Snider and it was Sunno unread that the years project will he Quot City mrs. O. S poet gave an interesting report on the state Garden club meeting held in Winston Salem recently and the program was presented by mrs j. E. Lambeth who spoke on Flower arrangement showing pictures and several combinations to illustrate her talk. Concluding the program was a piano duet by Elizabeth and Pauline Walker Young daughter of the hostess who also assisted in serving an ice course. Announcement is made of the marriage of miss Helen Verona English and Francis Benton Nelson both of High Point which was solemnized yesterday afternoon in Greenville. S. A. In a ceremony characterized by Beauty and simple dignity. The vows were spoken at four of clock in the afternoon at Christ episcopal Church with the Rector Rev. Robert t. Phillips off rating using the double ring ritual. For her nuptials the Bride was he it omit ugly attired in a tailored costume of Navy Blue and White with which she wore White accessories. Ani at her shoulder was a Corsage of White orchids. Immediately after the ceremony the Bride and Groom left for a Short wedding trip to Lookout Mountain Tennessee and on their return will be at Home at 121 Thurston Street for the present. Mrs. Nelson is the daughter of or. And or. Floyd English of Anderson s. C., but has been making her Home for nearly two years in High Point where she is popularly known. The bridegroom is the son of mrs. Myrtle n. Bull of Greensboro and the late Benton Nelson and is located Here with the Grace Flower shop of which he is manager. A have you heard by Fay ebon laundry camera Craft club cancels tomorrow night s meeting the camera Craft club will not have its regular meeting tomorrow evening because of the commencement activities at the local High school. The next meeting will he held thursday evening at 7 30 at Hills photo service on Washington Street. Flexes annual Bijj Ltd girdles and combinations 5 $7 95 value 7.50 value 12 so savings of and More now is your grand Chance to become acquainted with flexes. Or to get that Quot extra Corset if you already know their Beauty and Comfort. All new fresh garments. The season s most important savings that come but once a year Stainback ladies apparel shop or. And or. Harvey Harris of Jacksonville arrived monday to he guests for a few Days in the Home of i Isabel Boyles they will he attendant in the wedding of miss Boyle to Roy Bernard Harris of High Point which will take place on june 22. Mra. Harris will be a bridesmaid while her has hand is serving a Best Man for the bridegroom. Mrs. W. B. Murphy of it Sleigh and Snow Hill was a recent guest of mra. Mendenhall on Lexington Avenue. La col Philip p. Green accompanied by mra. Green and children. Jean and Bobby of hot Springs. Ark., arrived monday for a visit with the former s Mother mrs. R s. Green. They will sail in july tor Honolulu Hawaii where or. Green will be stationed or. And mrs. J. A. Zeigler of North Wilkesboro visited friends Here sunday. Mra w. K Tisev of Shenandoah. A. Is spending his week Here with Rev and mrs. J. a Man on West main Street. Mrs. Ray Hoover and children. Patsy and Ann Are spending sometime in Newton with mrs. Hoovers Mother. Mraw f. Rader. Mrs. J. S. Green and mrs. Charles Finch returned Friday from Myrtle Beach. 8. C., w Here they spent several Day. They were accompanied Home by mrs. Sue Pear in Finstrom who leaves wednesday for her Home in Burbank. Calif. Mra. Robert Rapp and sons Bobby and Jerome have returned Home after spending a few Days at Myrtle Beach s. At mrs. Charles finches cottage. Miss Margaret Jones has returned to her Home at North Wilkesboro after visiting miss Amanda Wall at her Home Here. Mrs Robert coff has returned to her Home in Knoxville Tenn. After spending two weeks Here with friends or. And mrs. T. Al Jennings and family went to Winston Salem monday to attend the graduating exercises at Salem College where miss Ida Lambeth Jennings graduated with honors. Miss Ruth Harrison left sunday for Portsmouth va., where she will visit or. And mrs. W. D. Steele. Or. And mrs w. W. Rankin miss Eleanor and William Rankin have returned to their Home in Durham after spending the weekend with mrs. F. S. Lambeth Mother of or. Rankin a or. And or. R. K. Farrington and children left tuesday for Johnstown pa., where they will attend the wedding of or. Farrington s brother or. Joe Farrington. To miss Eleanor High of that City the bridal couple will make their Home Here after july first about people Marion York is reported get Ting along nicely at her Home on East Burton Street Extension after a fall from a bicycle monday in which she suffered a compound fracture of the Arm. A a friends of or. A. M. Conran non. 213 Ward Street will regret to hear that she was severely burned in an Accident at her Home Friday a a miss Ruth Moffitt of Orlando. Fis., has arrived to spend sometime with her Mother. Mrs. A a. Moffitt. At her Home on North main Street. She arrived during the week end and expects to spend the summer Here a or. And mrs. John Pocholec Are spending a few Days in Pound. Vs., where they Are guests of relatives. They expect to return Home Friday. A a or. And or. Johnnie Miller announce the birth of a son Bennie Ray. On tuesday. May 28, Ai their Home on Trinity route one. A a friends of Rill Rogers of 1202 Ragan Street will he glad to learn that i condition is gradually improving at his Home following an automobile Accident last saturday near Slier City when he received painful injuries. A miss Louise Edward of Blaine Avenue who underwent a serious operation yesterday at the Guilford general Hospital is reported getting along nicely hut is not Able to receive visitors As yet. A a miss Mary Alderman Smith left today for Davidson College where she will attend the Twenty second annual conference of the presbyterian Young Peoples league. A a a miss Sara Sears a student at woman s College. Greensboro returns Home today to spend the summer vacation with her parents or. And mra. Herman d sear at Pickett farm. Coming with her for a week s visit is a school mate. Miss Barbara peels of Springfield Mas. Church Socia text just two pro on tha nos a prep plug agon Oia Colp Pene tro nose props. Archdale methodist women meet thi is a i the woman s missionary society of the Archdale methodist Church will meet tomorrow night at 7 30 at the Home of or. G. L. Miller route three mrs. Walter Davis and mrs. Clay Lambeth will be associate hostesses for the meeting at which All members Are requested to be present and visitors will be Welcome. First Baptist it a. Meet thursday night both the intermediate and Junior group of the Royal ambassadors of the first Baptist Church will have a panic supper tomorrow evening and mein Ber Are to meet Ai lie Church Ai five o clock. From Here hey will go to he Post office Cabin off Highway ten a where be supper will he held according to an announcement mad today. Golf continues to be the most popular sport among the women. The greens and fairways Are dotted with players Early and late who strive diligently to perfect their games. Of that glorious feeling when is just slightly Over that of the opposite sex. That s Good playing for a woman Sedgefield is particularly Beautiful St this season but that Waterloo 3�?seventh Hole where the Creek runs away with a woman s Ball and it s gone forever and the eighteenth where the Wood to the right reach out to catch the sliced drive is a constant Bugaboo. Many women golfer note s tendency toward slicing from that tee. The traps at the eighteenth Green destroy Many a Hope for breaking of iou or of 90. But the Hazard of these trap is dimmed by those which lie in wait. Around the ninth Green at the Emerywood country club where even a pet feet drive Falls to boost you. Bec use there is still that eight Iron to the Green to he dealt with and everywhere stretch those trap Between you and the cup no forty nine today. At last week two a 11 foursome la air not a Ingram ventured out with his Margaret Tom Marlowe with lib. And Linsey Ayer with Edna. No serious Domestic difficulties ensued and All came in smiling and Little a Dunk Quot is still fond of his Mother but Valatie Harris copped the balls Margaret Bryant is to be found out with her practice Halls getting ready to defend her title for the president cup. I Ong hitting Harriet Wood is trying to shorten her Bac k swing. Thelma Cooper and Billy Saunders play against Adele Rankin and Ronie Wall in a foursome where All Friendly relations tease Peggy Merrilee a More ringers than anyone and a two on number three besides. Della Campbell has practically conquered her Irons and int erne Wood has her left hand Well Over to keep her Ball Down the straight and narrow. Alice Poole has returned to the game and her game is returning to her. Lucy to Abel find time from her activities inside the club to perfect her approach shots. Doris Everhart is one of the newer recruits to the ranks of those who pass the Lake holes with a sigh of Relief. Val Foscue does not Rush at the Hall hut approaches it with the recommended ease. Betty Lam Warner is s Beautiful Debutante golfer brightening the scene with her sky Blue shades and Carolyn he leis must Start when the milk Man arrives or before. Her enthusiasm and grim determination Are it contagious. That wicked Hack swing and Sway she goes Shell get there some Day a a once a Dahlia glower always a Dahlia grower Strong sturdy stalks Are growing growing taller each Day. Any timid Amateur would be flattered by the results. I 1 it,hit.,r a red iou or Mou Tiric. Fify a Union Board and these specimen plants have. Re not lacked for that during the past pm dts tot convention weeks. Mildred Chappell dug the holes and planted the bulbs while de looked on. He admits he does no to mind what she plants As Long As she does the digging. Now the neighbors on Ferndale Are speculating As to what color and form the Flowers will he. No doubt about it be something special. A a a fall rights All Light la anybody Home i have fresh eggs country butter the onions radishes carrots cabbage and corrects it mrs. W. I. Spurgeon making Ber rounds through Emerywood on s tuesday or a Friday. She never fails to come lain or Shine. How Welcome she is to one Aud ail a a hot Days Ara coming and Many of them. Make a room seem Cool even on a summer Day. If there is a fire place in the room fill it with greens and trailing vines. You have no idea How Cooling the effect will be. A a a someone Here had a letter Yea j ter Day from a Young Swiss boy who has an important Job in one of our big cities. He talks daily by phone to Zurich Aud hears directly from his family How things Are in i far away country. The boat service la terrific Only by Clipper can one get mail within two week or so he said they seem to have bolted things Down to the belief that. Italy won t enter the War for she has nothing to gain. This is Only group opinion hut. It is consoling to have a cosmopolitan reaction such a i when everything seems so hopeless. A perhaps people have waked up to realize that Washington a address during the revolutionary War is the Best advice Ever Given by a United states Leader. Quot the safest and surest Way to peace is to be prepared to see that it is kept a a a a she never looked lovelier no she Isnit a Bride. She has had a cocktail facial at the Sheraton Beauty parlor. Montyle massages for hours and makes you feel like a girl again. Rose Haa started More Heads right than one with that Hella a Lutral hair and Scalp treatment. Mra. Boh Amos told someone the other Day who was just about to have one that when that cup was placed on your head and the juice turned on it was like a subdued electric chair. Imagine that persons Surprise when she Felt nothing but a stimulating flow of warmth. Mra Boles. Mrs. Kearns. Mrs. Lyles and mrs. Bonner will Tell you All about the sensation and the re a sulfa those Zotos permanents i that Helen Aud Eddie recommend so highly ate the talk of the town silk. Glossy natural Waves and so easy to have. Whats new in Nail polish Sherman likes to try them All. And there s a Shade for each and everyone. Mra. Whitescarver uses Scarlet of Hara or. Terry Sticks to Pink lemonade. Rayon red is mrs. Redding s Choice while mrs. Rankin prefers mahogany. Now. There Are those cunning Little gadgets called polish Shields. They slip Over the nails and keep you i from smearing and marring the polish while it la drying you j can keep right on Reading your i movie Magazine or what your Horoscope has to say. Without any trouble with these Shields on the very latest fashion in manicuring is your Monogram on nails or toe nails. Little Virginia Perry had her cute toe nails int titled. And How proud she was May Lam tried a new up swept a hair do Quot on mrs. Kline the other Day which a flattering to the shape of the head and the features of the face hut mrs. Kline 1 was too modest to admit it looked Well. A jewel is amiable and accommodating. And Alice the maid. Just smiles and cleans up All Day Long. A a a Flowers for june or Rose or honeysuckle and the birthstone a Pearl. A a a h Ess h he he has a captivating personal a try he is extremely intelligent he has an understanding temperament he is tolerant Ai All times of his Fellowmen he has a sense of humor which is scintillating. Sparkling he brings out the lies in you a he is Humble a he fill an Ever present need in the Community. Plans for an old time Hay ride and picnic supper tomorrow evening were completed by the my chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority at their regular meeting at the Sheraton hotel on monday evening when miss Josephine Gibson. President was in the chair. The possibility of having a Beach party and House party in july were also discussed but definite plans left for decision later. The topic of the evenings program was a etiquette Quot and several members participated presenting various suggestions a to Best j forms in etiquette. Nine members were present cot this meeting. Duck club plans summer program a lengthy business session feature the meeting of the Duck club held last evening at the club rooms at Sedgefield when plans for beautifying the grounds were discussed us Well As those for several summer social events. Owen Ritchie president of the club was in the chair and led the discussion on the All Dav trip on june 23 at Fairstone Park As Well As those for the vacation Beach party and other events. A representative of the new York worlds fair committee was presented and gave details on a trip to that event to conclude the meeting. During the social hour Mccoy or. And mrs. Robert Stedma Ai-1 moving today from the Row Ella apartments to 1105 Gree Way drive where they will Mal their Home. Bryant and Bill Homey hosts i he evening served refreshment tot he thirty members who end Ltd dancing and Ping Pong As add tonal entertainment. S my build up Relief from1 female functional complaints try Lydia e. Pink am a vegetable compound tablets to not Only relieve monthly pain. Headache backache but also Calm irritable restless nerves due to such functional disorders. Simply marvelous to build up Rich red blood for weak tired women and girls. Try them june specials St machine Les wave. I?5o $5 Helene Curtis wave. Shampoo and Finger wave 30c i?.30 v Croyl rec a w us it i a us fashion Beauty shop upstairs Cor. Wash. A main phone a i Cream deodorant huh safely stops j4 it Der a Arm perspiration i. 3. S. A in w my a it f does nor rot Dretsel Doe nor irritate skin. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. Instantly checks perspiration i to 3 Days. Removes odor from perspiration keeps armpits dry. A pure White greasers stainless vanishing Cream. A my has been awarded the approval Seal of the american Institute of laundering for being harmless to Ianc a a or 391 15 million jars of arrid have been sold. Try a Jar today of anymore which toilet goods. A or Al in Ioc 0d Sec int. A old arrid up at Elon june 13 to 16 the High Point Christian Endeavor Union held its regular executive meeting at the first methodist Church last evening with Bill Wall the president in the chair and plans were made for the Christian Endeavor slate convention to he held at Elon College june 13-16, inclusive. The High Point Union will conduct the Vesper service on Friday evening of the convention Aud on saturday will participate in the Parade being held in Burlington. A convention highlight will he the banquet saturday night when the High Point Union will have a unique method of display a number of local c. E. Mein hers plan to attend the convention. My j a toe i a not Marhea hurts Grode ote met Fin watch cd tvs Oval tor try dependability Ond valve a Belova was ii in t. Beyond com Para Righte $2.00 electric Razo $7.50 a by to Brj necklace compacts i $1.00 $1.75 Cross $1.50 hundreds of other gifts $1.00 to $10.00 Mother be very careful i Gopf 7 when baby in running off i bowels. Watch baby feeding and be particular with your own diet too because improper feeding la the Moat frequent eau of diarrhoea or Loos Bowel. Teethina has been successfully used for Many year to relieve diarrhoea caused by wrong diet. It gently move waste from the Little Bowel without irritation. Teethina la 1� recommended for temporary con tip at it on and eel due Loga or our Tomah. It in a eld by cd r 11 or or i a t a contain no opiate. A rut cot but so Yenta for 15 plea ant tat of powder. Give Teet Hon a narrowing to Cha direction in Earl Park. Totmina. Jeweler South main

Search all High Point, North Carolina newspaper archives

Explore other publications from High Point, North Carolina

All newspaper archives for June 5, 1940