High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 6 1940, Page 7

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 6, 1940, High Point, North Carolina 10 iriv in run la Irini Jet of Ulm a i Edna in i m or of High i int. Nok to i Quot \ Page seven Sec. A is Boyles Bride elect honoured at Lom Asville miss Hepler paid Honor missionary go Effie &Quot&Quot"1 Homesville. June 6. A boil a complimenting miss Al Boyles Bride elect of this the when she will wed Roy lard Harris of High Point Tractive social Courtesy Wras n on wednesday afternoon ii or. H. A. Pope and Hor the ter mrs. A. Roy proctored hospitality at the former a Lence on Salem Street. Fixed summer Flowers were in profusion in the enter no rooms where the guests ered after being greeted on a1 by mrs. Ai Vail Hoyles who Ted to mrs. Charles f. Finch in turn introduced to the Vang line in which were mrs. I. Mrs. Proctor miss Hoyles her Mother mrs. J. A Hoyles Virginia Boyles sister of iride elect mrs. Harvey liar if Jacksonville fla., who will to attendant in miss Boyless ing mrs. Spencer Carleton of Mer mass., and mrs. J. Clyde inns. Harry curl be then invited Yuesu into the dining room e mrs. Douglas Crutchfield r of the honoree poured Tea Lovely table featuring a White a arrangement in Silver bowl iring lilies of the Valley dragons Gypsophila Larkspur fever few. White tapers in Silver holders accented the prevailing Motif and serving the Dainty refreshments were mesdames z. P. Long and John Crowell and misses Marcia Black and Shirley Harris. Mrs. Joe Boyles. Jr., received the guests As they left the dining room and goodbyes were said to mrs. Doak Finch As they left. Approximately 125 guests were invited to the party. Mrs. George Corcoran entertained members of the contract club at her Home on East main Street on wednesday morning when miss Isabel Boyles Bride elect of the month was Honor guest. A variety of Garden flow Era graced the Home and two tables of Bridge were in play. The top score prize a Crystal bowl fell to mrs. Glenn Pennington and a relish dish in Crystal was awarded miss Virginia Boyles to miss Boyles mrs. Corcoran presented a hand painted tray. A two course luncheon was served when cards were Laid aside to miss Boyles and Lier sister miss Virginia Boyles and mesdames r. M. Cooksey. O. R. Hodgin Austin Finch Robert Kapp George Finch Ralph Wilson Glenn Pennington Doak Finch Harvey Harris of Jacksonville fla., and miss Church Socia save tots new Pla it ogs overalls and Sun suits in j Hardy Tuhfa St materials. I sizes 1-6 or girls. For boys 25c look jumbo size milled soap for complexion or hath scented with Gardenia Rose Jasmine buy a dozen cakes. 2 for 9c Eek end Low prices at car los Itoh is company inc. 113 South main Street style scoop Frothy summery a by jul dresses $1.98 pretty As a june Garden Cool Cotton sheers printed crepe Shantung nets sharkskin sizes 12-20�? 38-62. Is it a i new crepe or Jersey turbans open crowns adjustable buckle backs White Black Navy and luscious ice Cream pastels. 98c a j xxx <7 \ i v v a a men and boys 2-pc. Slack suits $1.98 sport time winners inner outer shirt. Pleated Slacks Sanford Zed Sinh hop sacking or herringbone. All sizes. Sport shirts buy a couple to mix or match your new Slacks. Wear Mem in or out club b cloths crashes women. All Sixes. Sanford Zed Slacks your Best bet for summer smartness stripes plaids Woven All color menus �.\7 98c sport oxfords swing along on easy feet All leather. Goodyear sewed leather or red Cork and rubber soles. Jall colors. choose from Hundred of other Brand new sport tog for men a boy. At it har Les Money suing prices save on shoes Lur. Women s new wedgies and scores of other merry makers in a Rainbow of colors. All Heel types and soles children s oxfords \ All leather built for Wear also straps. Sandals moccasins. Leather or red rubber Cork soles. All sizes. $1 or. R. O. Sti or. R. O. Stull outstanding missionary from South America will speak at the gospel Tabernacle on Willowbrook Street Friday and saturday nights at 7 45 of Loek and All Day sunday. Or. Stull is in Grunt demand a a speaker All Over America. Iii the Servile mrs. Stull will Tell How she and her husband sailed South Ami for eight years lived in South America working among the indians in the fore to at the headwaters of the Amazon River. Making a Home in a great Forest beyond the reach of government Protection was an exceedingly daring Advent tire hut the Stull had a purpose in going into to Lex wild Region. People were there people to whom no one had gone with the teaching that Christian people have been commanded to take to All the tribes of Earth. Mary Alice Hoover sister of the Host in. Two attractive parties have been Given this week to Honor miss Ruth Hepler whose marriage to Wilbur Arthur Jarrett takes place on Friday the most recent being an evening Bridge on tuesday evening when misses Hazel lasts later and Mary Snow Criddle Baugh entertained and the other an informal party Given by mrs c. T. Lambeth on the Asheboro Road Over the week end. On tuesday evening White car nations and snapdragons wer combined in the Floral Motif and an ice course was served. Four tables were in play and prizes went to mis Odessa Templeton mrs Carl Black and mis. Janie Parish. To miss Hepler the hostesses presented China in her selected pattern. At the other party games were also in play at four tables prize being awarded the winners at the conclusion. A miscellaneous Shower of gifts was presented to the honoree. Miss Hepler whose gift from the hostess was Crystal in her selected design. The presbyterian auxiliary met monday afternoon at the Homes of various members Circle one meeting with mrs. F. Howard with mrs. O. R. Hodgin Leader in charge and the Bible study being conducted by mrs. R. D. Hevan. A program on foreign missions was presented by mrs. I. A. Troutman Aud following the Busine session refreshments were served. Mrs. Moyer Mendenhall entertained Circle two at her Home on he Kex Sipper to Sophia a Hurth Jini let the ladies of Sophia congregational Christian Church will sponsor a Chicken supper at the Church on sat it Day evening. June 8. Aud invite the Public to attend. Hours for serving will to from six to eight of clock in Tho cloning and plates May be secured at a reasonable charge. Willing workers Iai Nieft tomorrow my it the willing worker Glass of South main Street methodist Church will hold a regular meet no tomorrow night at 7 to of clock at the Home of mix a. W. Kendall 709 Barbee Street associate hostesses will be mesdames j. R. Loflin g. K. Loft ill and la. J. Luck. Green St. Class to meet Friday the Beulah Winfrey class of the Green Street Baptist Church i we meet at 1401 Tipton Street with miss Frances Rimmer on Friday night at 7 30 of clock. Catherine Gill class will meet the Catherine Gill Bible class will hold its regular monthly business meeting at the Home of mrs. Annie Nichols North Hamilton Street of 7 30 Friday evening. Pollyanna will be relented and officers will be installed. L. E. E. Class has month i a meeting the l. L. L. Class of the Green Street Baptist Church met at the Home of miss Dorothy Carroll tuesday evening for it monthly business meeting. The meeting was called to order by the president. Old and new business was then discussed. The following were elected to serve in office for the next is months president Edna Hunsuk i. Vic president. Doris Robbins record i ing Secretary Nell Rutledge a or re Pond ing Secretary. Of r to e Kearns treasurer and Flower committee Polly Combs reporter Arliss Parrish. The meeting adjourned and the social hour was enjoyed by the members present. Graduating exercises at the Lexington High school where their Cousin a. M. Crowell was a member of the graduating class. A miss Delois Pressley has returned to her Home Here from Lancaster s. C., where she is a member of the High school faculty and will spend the summer Here. Mrs. Sara Wagger left this morning for new York where she will attend the finals at shudder school at which her daughter. Miss Betsy Dean Wagger is a member of the graduating class. The exercises will take place tomorrow morning. Sat Paulo Brazil has revised its foot regulations. May postal receipts lower than last year postal receipts at the local Post office for month ending May 31 totalled $18,762.37. This compares with $21,500,91, receipts of May 1939. Showing a decrease of $2,-7,tv.54 for the past month. For the first five months of this year january May receipts totalled $103,412.69. This compares with receipts for the corresponding period of 1939, $106,131.36, showing a decrease of $2,71 8 67 for the 1940 period. Wake Forest graduate to serve in ambulance unit new York june 6.�?- pm the american Field service in France said today that nine Volunteer ambulance Drivers would leave new York saturday on the liner Exeter for service with the French army at the front. They include William b. Blood Darien. Conn., a graduate of Westminster school. Don p. Johnston jr., Wake Forest n. Cd a graduate Wake Forest College and Princeton University. Building construction has sunk to a in Low in Erie As the result filling stations in Australia of strike in the lumber Industry. I Are fighting gasoline rationing. Seat on Stock Exchange transferred for s39.000 new York. June 6 a # a the new York Stock Exchange reported today the Transfer of a membership for $39.000�?a Price $3,000 Jess than paid two Days ago. In 1915 a seat was sold tor $3 8, 000, the record Low of 23 years. The possibility thu even that Mark might be broken was seen in a report that the Best Offe Nowr standing for a membership was $36,000. The highest Price Ever paid has $625,000 in 1929 4/cwin y Noel corned beef is Quot a offs of find Beans cans 15c Triangle c pickles big Star Ogar la. Pap or Sweet or Sweet mixed about people or or it a a Etc it a it Ymaz. A i super Market 314 to 322 South main Stree across from Post office Maxwell ii ohm mrs. E. A. Hatcher left Stater Day for Atlanta ga., w Hrnry a she j will be the guest of a j Slater mrs. William Weir. Will be joined there by her Dang o r miss Elizabeth Hatcher who i get urn. Tug from Columbia i Houri where she has been a student to the graduate school of the i ill a varsity of Missouri for Hipa a year. Roy o. Royal of loan get j calif., is visiting in the Horn of i his sister. Mrs. Willie la a a a on j North main Street. He to be Here for about two Rai this it his first visit a to teen years. A miss gladly Kivett left a he \ morning for Canton where Sre will attend the state convention i of the Barca Philathea group in i session there Over the week end. I miss Kivett is state Secretary of the organization. A a or and mrs. R s Matt Feriv left Coffee Pound a 22k Triangle Roll butter Pound a a 29c no e Juicy Lemons 2 Doz. 25 no. I potatoes iou it 23 new manager meat dept. Or. V. B. Abbott of Norfolk va., invites you to visit meat department u. S. Graded Good beef Chuck lb.14c Circle lb.19c Reen Mem i Lexington Avenue and mrs c. tuesday for re hmong. Va., Reid Leader waa in the chair where they will make their juror the business session and pro lure Home they have been re Gram. Mrs. S. 8. Wiley led the siding in High Point for a Tim Bible study and the program on Ber of years and prior to her de foreign Mission was Given by parture mrs. Lafferty was Boa mrs Reid assisted by several ored at a number of social of. Members. Mrs. R. Peterson j fairs was a visitor at this time. Refreshments were served following the program. A a a a a 1�? Junior red Cross Council ends year an enthusiastic meeting of the Junior red Cross Council was held at the Sheraton hotel yesterday afternoon when a Large number of members gathered for the final 1 meeting of the school year. Mrs. June Scott presided Over. The meeting in the absence of the i chairman. Or. James s. Moffitt and a highlight was Tho collection of funds from the red Cross i group at the various schools which was a Gratifying amount although not yet Complete from every school. Grady Goldston jr., gave a splendid report on the na-1 tonal convention in Washington. D. In which he attended and Margaret i Dawaon told of a pro Gram put on by the red Cross group at Johnson Street school to conclude the meeting. A Byerly Hiatt vows taken in Danville revealed Here today announcement of the marriage of miss Mildred Irene Byerly Ami Ralph e Hitt of Archdale which occurred september 30, 1939. Is being made today. The vows were solemnized at the Home of Rev. A a. Wright methodist minister. In Danville va., and miss Myrtle Nunn of Liberty attended 1 the couple. Mrs. Hiatt is the youngest daughter of or. And mrs. G. D. J Byerly of 610 Arch Street. She is a graduate of High Point High school and later att a ded Jones business College. Or. Hiatt received a education in the Trinity schools and to now connected with the High Point weaving company. The couple Are making their Home in Archdale. A l. R. Rogers 74-year-old Denton resident who underwent a serious operation at Urru memorial Hospital May 30, is recon Jering nicely but will remain at j the Hospital for some time for treatment. Mrs. T. R. Ballard. Mrs Ellis Troxler and miss veins Hayworth were Xis tors to Lexington last evening when they attended the professional Ca Kos you an make quite profession-1 Al looking cakes in fancy shapes j by baking the Batter in Ordinary i layer or shallow Square tins. Cut a paper pattern of the shape you wish place Over the cake and Cut around the pattern. Put the Lay-1 ers together with filling ice All Over generously and decorate appropriately. For safety and service on your trip see our display of 1940 Motorola radios Willard batteries seat covers High Point tire amp Battery company 201-203 College St phone 2754 d. L. Barker prop. Beans 2� 13 cabbage 5 a it to Strawberg tomatoes 215 bananas 4 a it a 19 roast for Sii pork Steak 8miix>uge liver brains Bottom bound la. Ioc la. 23c a Jav. Pork loin roast la. The Pound Axer nge. 10c fresh picnics la. 12c Bacon j la. Pkg.7c milk fed by in veal roast lb.21c Delicatessen cottage cheese Pound .10c fish cakes Ham croquettes 6 for.25c fresh sea food croakers 2 lbs.9c Trout 2 lbs.9c fillet Trout 2 lbs.29c Grapefruit juice Orange juice peaches Salmon sliced or la ale Alaska Pink it of. Sid. T an lit of. Std. T an no. The t Ait Bio. I tall fan strictly fresh eggs dozen.20 k to a j Nucia Pound .17k High Mark Plain a kitting 12 bag. 24 la. Bag a 37c 73c Virginia maid i it Jar fable Garden Del Mon of Peanut butter 10c Asp Agus 2 Tom a t o e 2 cans 5� salad dressing Quaker mix quart we close wednesday at i p. M. For 3 months a

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