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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 9, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page St the High Poust Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Friday june 9, 1939 social and club activities phone no. 4568 Madeline Hoover editor miss Hampp Bride elect feted at evening household arts Bridge Bride and visitor share honors club has meet in Burlington mrs. A. J. Koonce shown Honor at social arts birthday luncheon about people the social ails club entertained with a delightful luncheon meeting yesterday afternoon at the City Lake Pavilion Ai which time mrs. Arnold a Koonce was Honor guest on the occasion of her birthday. The ladle gathered at the Lake at i o clock and found their places Ai a daintily appointed table arranged in the main dining room of the Pavilion where covers were Laid for la. The place of the honoree a marked by a birthday gift from the club which consisted of two salad plates in her selected pattern of Crystal. White vases of Sweet peas Larkspur Aud other mixed Flowers formed the Centrepiece for the table. A two course luncheon was served and ,.mrs. Howard Heinz left for i he dessert my a a Vuk Lorain Tor in Audubon in i by cake topped with ten Pink a a h ,.ee hip flu v Phil i inc to ii a tvs a Toht in s birthday candles was brought in and served with Block Cream Iii the prevailing color note of Pink and White. Mrs. A n. Mccrary invited the members on a week end party Ai Lier cottage at Paradise Point next j visit with mrs. George Strickland week and mrs. A. B. Plum invited Ai her Home 1103 Lindsay Street. The club to hold its next regular meeting in Winston Salem As her guests. Both invitations were accepted by the members. In addition to mrs. Koonce members present were mesdames Elt hat Ville Leland a. Nelson i guest of or. And mrs. Sidney t. Al Zimmerman j w. Rose. Kearns at their apartment 1103 j office hours 9 . T012 am of the month who will wed John Fleming Hussey of Florence s. A. And Dallas tex., was shown a charming Courtesy last evening when mrs. Alson Gray. Mrs. Robert Cook and or. William to copier joined hospitality at the Home of mrs. J. A. Gray 308 Lindsay Street this sharing honors with miss Hampp were miss Betty homa Day of Greensboro who observed her birthday at ibis time and mrs. Edwin Rankin who before her recent marriage was miss Mildred Furgurson. Both were special guests of mrs Gray a sister of miss Hornaday. Bridge was in play at four tables in a colourful setting of summer Flowers and Hie place of miss Hampp was designated by a Corsage of Gardenias. Bridal tallies were used and at the conclusion of play mrs Edwin rank miss i a Ora Hampp Bride elect score prize a compact and per it is Here with her parents or. And mrs. U. A. Wilson on Carrick Avenue. Pfc Jet mrs. 0. B Hiatt has returned to her Home in Miami fla., after a she has been Here for the past three weeks. Mrs. Maurice Davis left this morning for her Home in India Napolis iud., after being the House in Wilh awarded perfume As High fume kit going to mrs. James Blue jr., As runner up prize while travelling award guest soap fell to miss Patricia Hall. To miss Hampp the hostesses presented a set of breakfast China and mrs. Gray a gift to miss Hornaday and mrs. Rankin were Cologne and Pillow cases respectively. Miss Hampp was also the recipient of a Shower of Lovely Linen gifts from the hostesses and their guests. When cards were Laid aside an ice course was served to the guests who included miss Hampp and her Mother. Mrs. Charles cd Hampp miss Hornaday mrs Edwin Rankin and mesdames John Jennings jr., Kelman Homo James f. Bluejr. Of Parkton Lames Farr and misses Patricia Hall Edythe Crooks Helen Davis Nancy Smith Marion Elliott. Margaret Hedrick and Earling Moore c. B. Baxter. J. N Mccrary w. J. Frazier e. Z. Jones and visitors miss Frances Mccrary and mrs e. R. Outland. Misses Thomas and Hampp share honors at attractive luncheon Lindsay Street. # mrs. Wilma beaut Freeman of Adams Street is recuperating sat Isaac Torilyn at the Bun is memorial Hospital where sin underwent an j appendectomy last week. Miss elois Mitchell has re turned to her Home on route two after completing her freshman years at Guilford College. Dance revue Given at senior High is colourful affair two brides elect of the month were entertained a a esterday when misses Dorothy Hoskins and Alma Andrews were hostesses at a miss Thomas who will wed Edgar h Snider on june it received i it e Tea chosen pattern esses. Their if to miss Hampp luncheon at the Home of mrs. Whose marriage to John Fleming j immediate pact director. A Large and appreciative audience was in attendance last eve # Ning at the senior High school m k. A f. Hayden will spend a auditorium Quot Hen i Quot Margaret tomorrow in Greensboro whore Wall of Greensboro and Billy Glasser in Lier j she is attending the meeting of Clower of Winston Salem present from the Host-1 the North Carolina children of a their Dame class composed of Tho confederacy of which she to pupils in this City in their initial Howard Hartwell on Guilford Avenue to Honor misses Dixie Thomas and Leora Hampp. The Centrepiece of the table where a three course luncheon was served to members of the Hussey of Florence. S. It and Dalian Texas will take place on june -8. Was Crystal goblets. Guests in addition to the Honoreen were m s. Ill. Set rest aunt of miss Thomas Mise Betty 1, or Rawdon s sister. John Keenan of Charlotte a a or. And mrs w. H. Rawdon of 1300 silk Street have had As i their guests this week mrs. Mauri re Muc two wedding parties wan made Sec Brest who Wilt attend her up of White Flowers double Lark mrs. Csc. Hampp of Reidsville Spur Delphinium regal lilies and Kotlier of the other Honor guest baby s breath. The plates of the and misses Pat Hall and Berline two Honoreen were marked with Moore bridesmaids at the wed Dainty Corsage of Gardenias and Ding of miss Hampp. Tweet peas and the other place miss Hoskins Soprano and cards were marked wish wedding miss Andrews Tanist will fur just Guor j Bells. I Nash music for both wedding. I that she is i Hartsville. C. Of c. Meeting opens in Greensboro Greensboro june 9�?i/t��? Anjou on committee reports election of officers and presentation of the confederacy medal provided a full Day s activity for the delegates to the annual meeting of the ninth Carolina children of the confederacy Here today. Allen Jay teachers attending summer school at a Cunt miss Rosa Mae Ingram mrs. Clay Turner. Mrs i k Purvis and mrs. John a Owen of the Allen Jay faculty Are attending summer school at woman a College in Greensboro. Irish residents of argentin have started a movement to Fos Lic Irish cult tire there. Fra sent 5&Quot, 14 p int binoculars and held and opera glasses o the railed states last year. Dance recital Here which proved to Fie a colourful affair. The program was divided into four parts and four tiny tots Navi or Indianapolis md., i Quot a a a. A vol a. Or Ltd tug a group of dance and song numbers in attractive costumes this was followed by a Ballet miss Helen Morgan of Tryon performance entitled a the Waltz is the Guys of mrs a ii Connor of the Flowers which was Nisil her Hoeft 809 Carrick ave really rendered by the Large Bart for several Days j group included in its personnel correctly the highlight of the evening s friends of mrs. Clarence program was the third part which w ill regret to learn i was entitled Quot an old fashioned seriously ill in scenes took place in a Hospital mrs. J Beautiful Garden with the partial Stogner before her marriage was pants wearing colonial costumes miss Ruby Dell strand of thisland Ign Wall and or. Clower Jelly. Kook the leading roles ably sup a a ported by a group of their Pumm. m bake and Henry. Or. Arr leaving today for a excellent exhibition Rocky mount where they will lie House guests of the George Burn efts for the annual june German 11 saturday. Or. Baker and Moi. It. M m a it a a a Der cower the finale was a Gypsy scene in Whit h the entire group wore Bright costumes which gave a gala note to the scene guest As t St included miss Eva Louise and Billy Bowleg of Greensboro former pupils of miss Wall who Aristed the local group in the revue cranium crackers what do you know about fashions this i it the fifth in a series of 12 quiz is prepared by Nea service writers and columnist who Are regular contributors to this newspaper. By Marian Voung Nea sender fashion writer keeping up with style these Day is a hectic Job. So a a score of 60 or better in this fashion questionnaire is really Good. Let s How smart you Are. You got la for each question or of a question you answer of Ballet dancing by the entire group and an outstanding feature was the Raus Waltz duet executive accompany their Host hostess to the Luner s cottage at Virginia Beach where they will a he guests at a House party Given i by or. An t mrs Burnett a. I n of piano pupils give annual recital at s mrs. Wrenn s Home hats for summer straws Ita its i just to Iii kind of hat you will want for drooping brims open crowns. R Rimmer Kilt b Hilt Black Navy. All Ait popular Price a a v Oor co to cos u o co to a. A q Here the Best Aud newest summer swim suits. Wool Satin and Lisles Iti Novelty shades big values s2.95 to s4.95 i a i j i j 3 i j i a a i a i ii i j a a a i i j i i i a i i a j a i i a i i i i i a i i a i i i i i n i j i i i i u horse show visitors ii feted today at picnic i and informal party j following the afternoon peril for a of the horse i show today a picnic supper for a exhibitors and members of the u Segur Field Hunt is being Given by a he Hunt group this picnic Wili tis Home or mrs. M j Wren to 202 West Broad Street last evening formed the letting for the annual recital of mi1- Mae Kirk Man s piano pupils Aud a varied program of delightful musical selections was presented before a Large audience con Pond of Parent of the pupils and interested Friend. The program got underway a 7 i. And the children retie Ted credit on their leather and themselves in their rendition of difficult numbers which won enthusiastic applause to oui their audience. W ii ii is numbered approximately a Hundred and fifty miss Kirkman presented Mimi Wagger with a for scale work and Prat tic prizes vent to misses Martha Sale. Marjorie Kearns. Billie Frazier. Judith Rockwell Peggy Peter and Jean fat Brough. While awards for memory work were presented to Nineteen it it of the pupils Mise Dorothy Kirkman and i i a \ id t the punch bowl non which the guests Ami pupils vet later served refreshing beverage the Home wan Lovely with its array of summer Flowers in which a profusion of Larkspur in pastel shades magnolias Ami Madonna lilies predominated to form a misses Thacker Honor brother s Fiancee at party 1�?name a famous american designer who wrote a Best seller last year. 2�? when she is buying a new dress which of the following does the truly Chic woman know to be least important consideration a where it will he worn. La How popular it and similar types of dresses Are at the moment. C whether or not it goes Well with other items in wardrobe id its becoming Ness. 3�?write True or false after each of the following statements to platform soles Are always made of Cork. By the maid of Honor decides w h a t bridesmaids will Wear e of a Bride wears a formal wedding gown with veil for an a ening wedding the Groom must Wear a dinner jacket. Id or. Is considered poor taste to Wear pearls or rhinestone clips with a sweater. It few shades of Pink Are flattering to redheads. If f Hudson Seal is dyed Muskrat. The Tro a or pattern of answer for questions will in found on want ail Page. Members of the household arts club enjoyed a novel pleasure yesterday afternoon when they motored to Burlington where they met with mrs. L. L. Farlow of this City a former member of the club. The birthdays of three persons mrs. Farlow mrs. C. F. Grissom and mrs. J. H. Womble were celebrated at the meeting. After contests won by mrs. T. G. Shelton or. And mrs. V. D. Sale., sr., and the Exchange of gifts from Quot buddies guests were invited into the dining room. A birthday cake was at each end of the table ranked with Small candles in Caud Labara. About the Center arrangement of Pink spirea were tiny Flower filled vases which were later Given As favors to the guests along with the novelties which marked their places. A Shower of birthday greeting cards was at the plan e of each birthday honoree. Mrs. Womble presented mrs Farlow with a scrap Book and As a Surprise received one from the other Chih members each of whom she had presented with one. The Bookwa made up of 12 pages one from each club member bearing her photograph and her favorite poet in. Cake with ice Cream punch and mints a served to the following mesdames Sam Dutton. J. T. Ellis. I. F. Ellington a f Grissom Minnie Hinkle f. I. Ingram v. D Sale. Or t. G. Shelton a h. Womble. And one visitor mrs. Rogers of Burlington. D. A. R. Chapter will have meeting tuesday with mrs. M. J. Wrenn the Alexander Martin chapter. Daughters of the american revolution will hold their june meeting at the Home of mrs. M. J Wrenn. 202 West Broad Street. Tuesday afternoon at 3 to of clock associate hostesses with mrs. L g Rob Loraux. Claire Conner. C. C. Garrett Harry i. Bro Coraann. Hugh Childress and miss Lois Wellborn. The afternoon s program will he in charge of mrs. H. I. Cofield chairman of the committee for the advancement of american music and mrs. Katherine Raymond chairman of the Correct use of the Flag. Thomasville resident victim of Auto wreck l. C. Barkley of Thomasville was brought to Guilford general Hospital late yesterday afternoon Cdr treatment after an automobile wreck which occurred on the Thomasville Highway. Hospital attaches said today that the patient appeared to be in a rather serious condition though the injuries suffered in the week appeared slight. Physicians who examined Bim were of the opinion he suffered some kind of attack which caused him i lose control of his car. The automobile left the pavement and went Over a Small Roadway fill. The damage to the vehicle was slight. Or. Barkley a address in Thomasville was Given As 131 Kern Street. Worley refund bail Goldsboro june 9 adjudge g. Vernon Cowper at in Hareas Corpus hearing yesterday refused to Grant bail to Raymond Worley 26, charged with the Shotgun slaying of his wife last april. New Rinso dissolves in a Flash and gives masses of suds in this hard water. Stainless Snow White Enetro helps relax muscular tightness soreness. Try it. Pereiro honouring min a Eulalia of near Greensboro who will wed John eel y Thacker this month. Misses Iris and Gene Thacker Sisters of the Groom a a Lect entertained a group 0f j textiles must contain friends at a party last evening Brm h8 far a potable. At their Home Quot sunny Knoll a _ Italy has decreed that italian italian fish c Raton Motel Crill room a metes per sees try our noon luncheon daily from 50c hot weather suggestions cold combination salad Date my fresh shrimp salad Bon i Vuk comb. Vegetable salad bowl. 43c 4 of Korta Bly a filed one route on Spring Flowers were need for de oration in the living room dining room and Sun porch. Whet a musical Romance contest furnished entertainment wedding Hells of varied colors and sizes were distributed to the guest and partners were selected by Matching Bells at tile conclusion of the Conte ? miss Josephine Leal w As presented a Box of chocolates for High score and Elizabeth Wood received tile convolution prize a Rosebud vase. Vow presided Over j the hostess gift to miss Coltrane was att electric toaster. Miss Virginia Burtner accompanied at t to piano by her sister. yen Burtner Sang several old love songs. Fruit punch cakes and mints were served to miss Colt Rune her sister miss Edna Coltrane of leaned a perfectly a quickly a cheaply in het1txx3k h Hotchk a if Wisk. In Tot Mich Point s Only soft water Lundh v colourful background for the of a Greensboro and misses Vera and fair children participating in then at were Jimmy Allred. Mary Lou r�?Te<1l. Nan Clapp. Faye Doda Stead. Anna and Catherine Ellison. Jeanne Fambrough Billie Frazier. James Hall. Beverly and Gerry of Hancock. Betty Anne Johnson Marjorie Hearne Luckie reliant Sal ult King Jean Kline Betty Deane Knox. Shirley Kirkman. By to Lawrence. Peggy Peters Carolyn Ridge Pat Thomas Judith Rockwell Edward Anil Martha Hale. Nancy to Smith Liaise and Irene Tanner Walter Tice jr., Ralph Tilden Kathleen Van loan. Mini Wagger Betsy Yow and Eddie Tinsley. A Virginia Burtner Iris and Eleanor Welch. Doris hedge Oak Helen Motsinger. Josephine Deal. Frances Williams. Mary Ruth and Willie Millard. Elizabeth Wood and Alberta Cochrane messes. Max Coltrane George Stine Aud t. G. Owens of Greensboro j. W Thacker. Edward and Charity Williams. Frank Smith Allen and Frank Thacker and Rev. And mrs. J. Al Mutton Coltrane Thacker i i _ in a i announcement Reading As follows have been received in the City Quot or. And mrs. Beacher Coltrane request the Honor of your presence at Cie marriage of their a a Bier Pearl Eulalia to or. John Wesley Thacker he held on the Lawn of Wedgefield i on wednesday the Twenty eighth cd co cd co in inn and a Large number Are expected to attend tomorrow evening the exhibitors and Hunt members will again be entertained at a cocktail party i on the Terrace of Sedgefield inn in j immediately following the after a noon performance of the horse show h ii Chih h soc ,. A c Ith Khz i n e ii ii cd. Iss la to Mit t this evening g the Catherine Gui class of no Welch memorial m a Church will j meet this evening at 7 30 at tile of Home of mrs Nora Chilton on j the fait Field Road. The revealing Tiff pol Yannas will take place a of june one thousand nine Hundred Aud thirty nine at eight of clock in the evening Glenwood methodist Church Greensboro North Carolinas Cuba is shipping nearly $600,-000 Worth of tobacco to the United states each month. 81,209 malaria e i s. In 1928 666 t a is reported Iii hic i a in 193s done to delay St us ii i ii a it lilt Hgt checks Madam in seven Days. Now is the time to buy High Type Black and Navy dresses for travel vacation or business also Cool Crisp pastel dresses w Ith Little print boleros dresses that sell for from $10.95 to $19.95 special$8-98 Fri Day and saturday 50 hats values to $8.50 $1.98 Lizzie Gooch Arcade building speedier easier Dis washing for North Carolina women cup for cup the new Rinso gives up to 3 times As much Suos As 16 bar Ano package soaps teste0. 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