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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 6, 1940, High Point, North Carolina I a wow /vwwvvly%vvv,/lvavwawava%vs%/wav.,/ww�vvvvvv� social and club activities Madeline Hoover editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a. M to 12 m v weit West Emerywood Garden club elects new slate at Outing at freeze farm social Calenda concluding the meetings for the summer for the West Emery Wood Garden club was the enjoyable Outing yesterday which began with a Brief program on Flower arrangement at t coca cola Plant on East Wanton Street and ended with a picnic lunch at the country place of or. And mrs. E. W. Freeze near the City. The group gathered at the coca cola Plant at 10 30 in the morning where they were shown instructive slides on Flower arrangement and Given pamphlets on the subject by officials of the Plant and served iced drinks. They then went to the freeze farm where they enjoyed a picnic luncheon at noon under the Trees on the Lawn and later held an important business session which feat used election of officers before returning to their Homes. Mrs. W. To. Ragsdale or. Was chosen president to succeed mrs. Robert Fountain and others to serve on the new slate Are mrs. Henry Foscue. Vice president mrs. Frank Wall Secretary and treasurer mrs. James s. Moffitt program chairman miss Hibernia Hudson publicity chairman and mrs. William Burrus custodian the latter office having been added to the slate for the new Yea r. Members present for the Outing were mesdames Sanders Dallas. Henry Foscue Robert Fountain John Foye. Freeze or. A. R. Henley c. T. Ingram jr., Charles Kearns o. A. Kirkman James s. Moffitt Charles. My anally Frank Wall Elliott Wood and miss Hibernia Hudson. Friday 7 30 p. annual recital and graduating exercises of mrs. W. G. Kirkman will be held at Ray Street school auditor i u in. Saturday 9 p. In. To 12�?mr. And mrs. Jamespoole will Euter Aln with a dance at the Emerywood country club in Observance of their fifth wedding anniversary. Miss Nell Bulla weds Fred b. Ridge in vows last night at friends Church characterized by Beauty and a implicit was the marriage of miss Nell Copeland Bulla to Fred Taylor Ridge which was solemnized last evening at 6 30 of clock in a ceremony at Central friends Church before a Large Assembly of relatives and friends from this and nearby cities. Officiating minister was Rev. Cecil Haworth pastor of the Church who used the ring ceremony. A program of wedding music was furnished by miss Parnell Soprano and Argle Wood. Tenor with mrs. Thomas e. Strickland presiding at the Organ. Prior to the Entrance of the bridal party mrs. Strickland wearing Pink net with Corsage of Sweet pea played a Medley of love ballads following with Quot trauma Reid Schumann it and a have Maria Quot Schubert. Miss Parnell gowned in Blue net with Corsage of Pink rosebuds Sang a a because do Bardelot and or. Wood s number was a to Promise me Quot i de Hoven. As the vows were being spoken mrs. Strickland played in muted tones a relieve Milf All those endearing Young charms a Moore and for the processional she used the bridal Cho new officers take up duties of final woman club party new officers of the woman a club headed by mrs. P. H. Dalton As president took Over their duties at the final club meeting of the season yesterday afternoon which took the form of a Garden party at Pickett farm Home of the retiring president mrs. H. D. Sears. The Brief business session at which mrs. Dalton was installed included a general discussion of club problems. This meeting concludes regular club activities until meetings Are resumed in the fall but the new president will Call a meeting some time this month to coordinate committees and organization for next season it was announced. The meeting was combined with the annual final picnic of the department j of which mrs. C. H. Rhodes is president and approximately 40 club members were in attendance. Ices and cookies were served Dor j Jug a soda i period hich followed the business session. Three new members. Mrs. R. M. Debryne mrs. R. D. Saunders. And mrs. Isaac Fidler attended. Member honoured on birthday by luncheon club Shoat 33u laundry rus from Wagner a Mendelssohn a wedding March serving As the recessional. An effective nuptial setting featured mixed Flowers in floor baskets against a background of Palms and floor candelabra holding lighted tapers. Ushers were John nudism of Lincolnton and High Point and Paul Bulla brother of the Bride. The Bride entered on the Arm of her father. Thomas j. Bulla who gave her in marriage and was met at the altar by the bridegroom attended by his brother Lam Ridge jr., As Best Man. The Bride wore s handsome gown of White net Over Satin Fea Turing a Long train in which lace medallions were set. The bodice was fashioned with elaborate fullness and featured sweetheart neckline and Short puff sleeves and was joined to the full skirt with a band of lace. The veil of illusion was of fingertip length and Wasi caught at the forehead with Gardenias. Lier bridal bouquet was an old fashioned nosegay made with Gardenia Conter Ith Hite rosebuds and Valley lilies j the Bride had As her Only at-1 Pendant her sister miss Helen j i Bulla to was Mald of Honor. Shi i wore a yellow net made by simple lines Ith sweetheart neckline j and Short puff sleeves with Long flowing skirt featuring insertions of Chantilly lace. A Short lace to i Lero added interest and her howlers were mixed summer Flowers in an old fashioned bouquet. The brides Mother wore powder Blue crepe with Gardenia Corsage. While mrs. Ridge Mother of the bridegroom was attired in sheer crepe of Floral print in which Blue predominated and her Corsage was of rosebuds immediate after the wedding. J or. And mrs. Tommy Taylor the j latter a sister of the Bride entertained approximately too guests at an informal reception and open House at their new Home on Gate i Wood Avenue to Honor the newly married couple. Receiving the guests were the Host and hostess with the Bride and Groom and members of their wedding party. Punch with accompanying delicacies was served in the dining room from an attractive table featuring an arrangement of Rosea and Larkspur and White tapers in Crystal holders. The punch Bow is i pm Lucille Smith As elected were arranged in a nest of Ivy and Lenior Regent of the local chapter Cut Flowers and mrs. Jiu ,0f the women of the Moose last sister of the Bride dispensed Taliej night at the regular meeting held beverage a the birthday of one of the members of the wednesday luncheon club. Mrs it. F. Pendergrass. Was celebrated yesterday when the club held its regular meeting at the Home of mrs. Frank p. Kiser on Morris Street. The Hall and living room were decorated with potted plants and Cut Flowers and in the dining room where covers were Laid for eight a bowl of mixed Spring Flowers on reflector entered the table. Luncheon was served to one guest mrs. Clyde Edwards and to the following members mesdames Bill Leonard. J. In hard son r. F Lowers Vav. Gibson and Pendergrass c. E. Linthicum my mrs. Kiser. Awa mrs. Lucille Smith new Regent for women of Moose Samuel Hyman mrs. J. L Bulla assisted in serv says Pond kf0, 128 8 main St. While j her sister in Law i ing them. The Bride is the fourth daughter of or. And mrs Thomas j. Bulla of 1000 Campbell Street. She attended the local High it Hoot and co ret pie Ted a secretarial course at Bryce commercial College Here she is now connected with the Diamond Mills a Secretary since the announcement of her engagement she has been shown a number of social courtesies Here where she is popularly known. The bridegroom is the son or. And mrs. Al m. Ridge. Sr., of this City. He also attended Tho local High school and is now employed As shipping clerk with the local Branch of scars Roebuck and company. Following Hie reception the couple left for a wedding trip and on their return will lie at Home tit High Point. For travel the Bride changed into a tailored costume of Navy Blue and White with which she wore White accessories Aud the Gardenia Center from her bridal bouquet. Mrs. Shipman gives luncheon to Honor miss Jean Brinkley miss Jean Brinkley Bride elect was honoured by a luncheon and a Shower today when mrs e. M. Shipman principal of the Oak Hill school entertained the members of the faculty at the school. Miss Brinkley whose marriage will occur in june was presented with Silver in her pattern while miss Grace Mccracken who will also be married during the summer was Given Crystal in her pattern. On the tables Centrepieces of Spring Flowers in Low White 1 0wis, cupid place cards Aud nut j containers carried out the color scheme of Green and White. Guests with the Bride elect were miss Grace Mccracken miss Ruth Lee mrs Madelyn Creech mrs. Frances Casey miss Ruth Wei i born mrs. Elizabeth Godley. Or. Louisa Anderson mrs. May is i at the chapter Hall on North main Street other officers include mrs. Mary Dean Lopp Junior Regent mrs. Myrtle therrell chaplain mrs. Beta Webber recorder mrs Effie Ham balts treasurer other officers j and chairmen of standing commit-1 tees will be appointed by toe new j Regent. These officers will be installed at the last regular meeting in june and will take up their duties of the first july meeting. Reports from four committee of chairmen membership child care publicity and ritual were turned in St the meeting. Wee Dai till i fit born to the a >1 my orm it is or. And mrs. Gil Mccormick of 409 Carter Street announce the Airth of a daughter Carolyn Ann on june j Ai the Guilford general Hospital. Harper mrs. Margaret Blair miss Naomi Haskins. Miss Aune Moss mrs. Mary Kearns. Miss Esther Hee. Mrs. C. Haley and mrs d. A Whitley. And i used to so such a sausage in this dress look at the fat i be lost now you May a Lim Down your far and agora without starvation dieting or bark breaking a Reis a. Just rat sensibly and Ink Vul i in ii under the conditions anti according to directions on the Park agr mar Mola tablets have born sold to the Public for two a than thirty years. Mora than Twenty million Boa har bran distributed during that period. Marmot is not a nit a All. Naimola is Only Fin Al Init fat Pri anus whose fatter a is Causa in a thyroid deficiency hypothyroidism by who a of Ham Las no Mal and Healthydo not make any diagnosis As that is the Fin lion of Yoni physician who must i it a consulted to that purpose. Why not try to Tho ugly pounds the mar Mola tin a bos of Hogg ipod today hmm Jsn a Johnson St. Fifth Grade fetes those entering Junior High an outstanding social event of the Johnson Street school was an informal party sponsored by the fifth grades honouring the sixth Grade pupils of the school who will enter Junior High school next fall. The foyer and the auditorium arranged like a living room were decorated with a profusion of Pink roses which formed a colourful background for the girls evening dresses. The guests were greeted at the door by officers of the fifth Glades namely Billy de Santo. Imogen Haney. John Chappelear. Hilda Rose Mitchell Jean current and Thomas fagg. They were directed to the auditorium where to contests were held under the direction of miss sue Speed. Frances booze was presented a scrap Book As Winner of the musical contest while Loreen Kearns was Given a picture Puzzle for the Winner of the Flower contest. At the conclusion of the games Charles Payne a representative of the sixth Grade presented miss Ivey Paylor principal of the school with a radio As a Farewell gift to the school from the sixth grades. The sixth Grade was Given an autograph Book to be autographed by each sixth Grade Pupil to be kept in the school museum. Music for tile occasion was furnished by the talented pupils of the school and miss Huldah Hester. A member of the faculty. Punch and cakes in the Pink and White Motif were served from attractively appointed tables on either Side of the foyer. This is the first party of this Type to be Given but plans tot making this an annual event of the school year have been made. The sixth Grade has also been honoured by the school newspaper Staft by dedicating to them the lust Issue of the school newspaper a dots and dashes Quot which is issued monthly under the supervision of mrs. Marie Cummings a primary teacher of the school. Alfrus Board feted at dinner police auxiliary to meet tonight the ladies auxiliary of the police department will meet this evening at 7 45 of clock at the Gibson dub room on North main mrs. Marie Caddell retiring president of the Althusa club entertained the executive Board of that group at the final meeting of the club year last evening at her Home Northeast of the City the Board meeting being preceded by dinner at 6 30 of clock in the evening. Covers were Laid for seven at the attractive table which featured an arrangement of Sweet pea in pastel shades combined with fever few. A four course dinner was served to mesdames Caddell. Louise. Wrenn Mary Lou rot Brock and misses Lucile Johnston Lois Welborn Ethel Moxley and Jessie May Young. The hostess presented each Board member with a gift in appreciation of their co operation during the year. Following the dinner the Busi a Ness session was held when mat tors pertinent to the close of the year were discussed. Miss Ingram has work on exhibit miss Marguertte Ingram of Trinity a rising senior at woman a College of the University or North Carolina has contributed outstanding pieces of sculpture for the annual Art exhibit at the Greensboro College this Spring. She is the daughter of or. And mrs Roy ingrain of Trinity. The most notable work from each class is included in the exhibit which is on display Iii the students building until june to. The exhibit of which Gregory i. Ivy. Head of the Art department. Is in charge includes Many types Magdalene Rebekah will meet Tel Norrow the regular meeting of the Magdalene Rebekah Lodge will be held tomorrow evening at 7 30 of clock at the Lodge Hall when nominations of officers and other important business will be featured. Members Are asked to arrive j promptly. Of work from Pencil a a etchings to models in Stone. Although slightly smaller than usual this year s exhibit is considered by Many to be the most outstanding Ever shown at the College. V.,.v.,.sv.,.v.v.v.%v.,.v.v.,.w eyes examined glasses batted a or. Nat Walker Street. Hostesses will be Mes Dames Ray Nance j. L. Rivett and la. C. Madden. Carli us attention to children phone 2962 office Over a drug a we is a a a Aaftaw a Wal High Points greatest summer values Richardson s % Mammoth june ladies silk dresses new shipment of those gorgeous silk dresses that sold out in a few hours last week. Prints and solid colors. Sizes 14 to 44. Very special for Only $1.00 anklets incr pair Chil or nil a Terr Anklet in pastel color with la be top. A regular i to value. So Cial for Lune ale for Only Lair fill fashioned hosiery a grand Sal of ladies full fashioned hosiery in All the newest Shad. Til silk double sole and High spliced Heel. Irregulars from a Grade special for june sole for Only pair menus Hose one Hundred dozen menus Rayon Aud to. And Slack sox in fancy pattern. The. Are Aluc up to a a 15c, irregulars Lune Sale Tai. June. Tiv or Hoise brooms a Good four string House a Doorn smooth handle Rad a rom. \ regular 3?k value. Special for june Sale for Only men s dress shirts Lur regular line of 81.50 menus dress shirts in All Woven material that Are fully Sanford Zed shrunk tailored to insure pet fret fit Aud Comfort. \ june Sale special. Is of boys sport shirts Lintsu port Birt is my Iii and outer Bottom. Many Fine fabrics to select from in solid colors and jitterbugs. All Are a regular add value. A in Cine for him Sale at a Only each. T/4v ladies silk dresses we were fortunate in securing this group of silk dresses that were made to sell at Fine Quality materials. Newest styles. Slightly imperfections the reason of this Low Price s1.84 dresses they re new and exciting in Alf the new summer fabrics in prints and pastels. Choose one or More from this group and Sav Money. All sizes in eluded for Only $2.66 ladies blouses a grand group of ladies Slicer Colton idolizes in lieu Tricky styles a gland bargain at ibis Low Price Only 87 breakfast cloths in size 61x51 inches Rayon plaid in Lovely designs All colors. Fast color. A regular 49c value special for june Sale for Only Hen s jerseys a Fine Quality Swiss ribbed shirt full Cut. A real value at this Low Price. Sizes 34 to 46. June Sale special at Only ladies slips a value scoop in Satin and taffeta slips. These Are irregulars of a 79c Grade. Special for june Sale for 9c 36 ladies shoes three Hundred pair of ladies White shoes in sport and Novelty styles to sell on our june Sale opening. All sizes. Many styles All heels. All Are a regular $2.00 and $3.00 i ,4 4 value for Only pair. A a a children a shoes boys Short Liny a a nine mid ire Coyer Short with Clastic Buck and belted front. A regular ilk value. Sale for Only pair. A Ectal for june do. Ail menus pyjamas men Here value \ mat tale Panama in fancy pattern made of Good Quality Broadcloth. Ill size. Regular value for Only 63c a Large group of dress and play shoes in White kid for boys and girls. Sizes up to 3. A june Sale special for Only pair a. Boys overalls to a ram. Horn Overall in Blue and Liberty Stripe triple ditched throughout and bar tacked at All Poi ii i s of Strain. Double his pocket. June Sale special for Only 46c 87c boys pyjamas overalls boys Broadcloth pyjamas fancy patterns two. Pc. Style. Slipcover and coat models. A real june Sale special at Only you will never see a better buy in overalls. Fully Cut. Sanford ired shrunk. Buy Correct size. Every thing a Good Overall should have foe Only ladies gowns a hand made Batiste gown in White and Pink applique trim. Fine for these hot night. A june Sale special la for Only. Mil Tennis shoes boys Tennis shoes lace to toe style in Black Brown and White. Sizes 12 to 6. A june Sale feature item for pair

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