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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 4, 1940, High Point, North Carolina i Khit Hatch Uhn i Fol it ilk fun Isey Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina monday March 4, 1� vawmw.vww/asv.%w.waw.vmwavv%vw.w.-awa%wmwawvn�?~. Social and club activities Madeline Hoover editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a m. To 12 m . North Carolina and Florida beauties i Church social Field Institute for girl scout councils thursday represent Ive of girl scout Council rom is communities have been invited to attend the Field Institute to be held at the woman College. Duke univer a Ity Durham. N. C., on March 7. Mrs Sample forints commissioner of the Durham Council will preside at the Institute on the a a b. Is of program miss Helen Oppenlander of Atlanta ga., executive director of girl scouting in the Juliette Low Region will he the coordinator. This Region includes Georgia Florida. North and South Carolina. I Helen Gillard. Girl scout National Field adviser in these states and three members of the Juliette Low regional committee will participate in the Institute program. These members will be mrs. H. Plant Osborne of Jacksonville fla., chairman miss Diana Dyer of Winston Salem n and Mia k m. Cushman of Salisbury n. A others who Ell assist will he miss Robert ins Mcclendon local director of girl scouting in Raleigh. And mrs. Douglas Long. To Cal director Iii Greensboro. N c. Communities which have Heen invited to Send to the girl scout Field Institute Are in rat mount. Raleigh. Henderson. Burlington. Greensboro. High Point Winston Salem Chi qua Penn Reidsville. Lea Kaville Fayetteville Roanoke rapids and Chapel Hill. A Nancy Carolyn Hedrick observed her fourth birthday with party Nancy Carolyn Hedrick Little daughter of or. And mrs. Clifton Hedrick entertained with a birthday party at her Home Here on Friday when Abe observed her fourth birthday. Games appropriate to the occasion were enjoyed and ice Cream and cake were later served along with easter candies. A Large birthday cake topped with four tiny candles graced the table. In addition to Nancy Carolyn children present for the party included Bobbie and ors Bullard Virginia bean. Peggy Rutherford Margie boat. Jerry Brady. Myrtle Kelly and Patsy boat. Joann Benning and Leona her Lukk. Ewe miss Frances Craven honoured at Surprise birthday party Here or and mrs s. C Craven of 111 let Ong Street entertained with a Surprise birthday party saturday night honouring their Daught. Mio Frances Craven whose birthday occurred on february a a games and darning were featured during the evening and later a fruit course was served. The Jamestown Ramblers furnished Musk for the occasion. Which was attended by approximately 45, including miss Alite Durushia of Greensboro. Mias Craven a guest for the week end. Canterbury club will meet Friday afternoon with mrs. E. T. Harrison mrs. E. T. Harrison will entertain the Canterbury club at its regular meeting on Friday afternoon at three thirty o clock at her Home tor West Farrias Avenue. The announcement inadvertently appeared in the saturday Calendar yesterday which was Erron Enola. A Hout Wor must Whin Aik us Pineiro Mose drops spread in kith fir staid eos head Coios nasal miseries. She s May Queen min Virginia Ambrose of Conway s. A very pretty two net a As Yon a a will or Queen of la Lay los activities at the woman colled of the i never Ity of North t Arolina. Play on Schumann features meeting pupils of miss Havel Linier were entertained at their regular meeting on saturday afternoon of three of clock when hostesses included i Ouella sloops. Katherine Daves Julia Dell Sears and Billie Welch. A h member responded to Roll Call with a fact concerning a great Mataic composer and a piano program aaa later presented by 19 pupils. Officers were then elected is follows presi Dent Effie Irene Moose Vic president. Rebecca Conrad Secretary Louella sloops. Twenty eight members were on the Roll for perfect practice. Another feature of the program was a play let on the life of Roberts it Humann with will Gray i Ewis a father Schumann Billie Welch a Mother Schumann and Rolea of the Schumann children Wert Hoy Lee reaper Man a Robert Ruby Zimmerman a Emilie Rudd Montgomery a Edward and Hubert Mccain As Karl Schumann. Thirty two children were in attendance at this meeting. See Anna sue Perdue celebrates 10th birthday at party social Calendar net bags protect your clothes at the Sunshine family finish Tbs pineal laundry service available fief work. Z4< la. Metering apparel i a la. Minimum in Idle phone buob Anna sue Perdue celebrated i her tenth birthday saturday afternoon at the Home of parents or. And mrs. R. P. Perdue 225 Fisher Street. After games and contest i guest were invited into the dining room where the table was decorated with Pink Flowers and is novel cent Erple let of Pink mrs. I k. P. Perdue and mra. P r. I Perdue served refreshment to the following Peggy Retsy and Billy Pendry Helen Marie Kinsey. Thelma and Ruddy Lee i Hare Slack Christiana and Inman. Joann and Margie Mccarty Veta and a Junior Perdue of m in Aton Salem Deloi and Vivian Tungsten Bobby Prince Billy Don maddock., Jack Dailey Pauline Perdue and r. P. Perdue or. Sara Belle Taylor shown Courtesy at party on birthday a burp Rise party was Given saturday evening by mra. Ada Taylor and mrs. A r. Yarbrough honouring Sara Belle Taylor. On her birthday. The room was decorated with Pink Rose and Many games and contests were enjoyed throughout the evening. Prize going to Georgia Ridge. Alena Corn and a a Otto Hendricks. The guests were then invited into the dining room which was beautifully decorated with the Bitt Day cake serving As Tenter pie it e for the table. Irater an ice course was served to about twelve guests. Garden club Council to plan local Garden tour tomorrow morning the High Point Council of Garden club of which mrs. B. Mattocks is president will meet at the new Adams memorial y. Vav. A. Building on North main Street tomorrow morning at ten o clock for its february meeting. Plans for the local Garden tour is outlined for the state pilgrimage will be discussed at Thia time. It is important that every Garden club in the City hate a representing at this meeting it was pointed out this morning by mrs. R. R Blackburn Council Secretary who will serve As chairman of the local pilgrimage. Tirsway to a. High Point Council of Garden clubs will meet at the new y. W. A. Building 1 30 p. In a the w. O t. Club will meet with mrs. G. Vav. Claim at her Home 108 West Farris Avenue for its regular meeting. A to p. My the business and professional girls club will have a business meeting at the Adams memorial y. Vav. A. Building on North main Street. Vav Edn esd a v 10 30 a. West Etc Erwood Garden club will meet with mrs r. Vav freeze jr., on Greenway drive. Mrs. Chaa. Kearns will give the program. 10 30 a. mid week Garden club will meet with mrs. R. T. Amos at her Home 902 Forrest Hill drive at it regular meeting. Mrs. J. H. Walker or. Will be in charge of the program. Member Are asked to take note of change in place of meeting. I p. Sarah Lacey Tomlinson will entertain with a Bridge luncheon at her Home on Parkway to Honor miss Pattie Thorn hide elect of the week. 3 Xuy p in. The mid week study club will meet with or. J. A. Morris at her Home on Bream it Circle. 3 30 p in. A the i Topian study club will meet with mra. Herman Smith 421 a a a go dals drive. 3 30 p High Point woman club will meet of the Adams memorial y. W. A building when or. J. W. Mcguinn will speak on some phase of adult education. Mra. Marjorie b i Iii of new York and mra. D 8. Courant of Raleigh rational and state commanders of the women a Field army for the american society for control of cancer will be special guests. 6 30 p. High Point business and professional women s club will have a dinner meeting in the Elwood hotel private dining room. Or. Margaret Farley will he in charge of the program. 7 30 p. local chapter. Women of the Moose will meet at the Moose Hall on North main Street. Thi red a v to a. Ave the girl Stout Council will meet with or. O. E Diffendale. 407 Edge Dale drive for it March meeting. 3 p. In the entre Nous club will be entertained by mrs. B s. Cummings at her Home 311 Hamilton Street at it regular biweekly meeting. 3 p. misses r a ton and Alma Virginia Mccain will join in. Erwood country club at Bridge for miss Pattie Thoms ii us elect. Friday 3 30 p. In. The local chapter of Salem College Alumna will meet at the canes a country club when mesdames f j. Sizemore. David Welborn William Burns and miss Josephine Gibson will be associate hostesses. 3 3� p. the Canterbury club will meet with or. Of. T. Harrison at her Home. Tuft West Farris Avenue. 4 to amp p. In a the local girl scout troops will have a Are vice at Wesley memorial methodist Church in Observance of the birthday of Juliette i of founder of the organization. A p cake cutting for miss Thomas and her Fiance or. Betts and their bridal Patty will he Given he or. And or. Collier Rill and Collier Ellis. Or. At their Home on Brentley Circle following the wedding rehearsal at Mien Thomas Home. Aati Rda v i p. In. Or. And or. Walter b thorns will entertain at the Emerywood country club with a luncheon to Honor mias Thomas and or. Retts whose wedding takes place on that evening. 8 00 p in Mist Pattie Thomas and Henry a. Heels will wed in a formal ceremony at the Home of the Brid a parents or. And mrs. Fred a Thomas who will entertain immediately afterwards with a reception in their Honor. A a West Emerywood Garden club meets wednesday with mrs. E. W. Freeze or. The West Emerywood Garden club will he entertained at tis regular meeting by mrs e. W. Freeze jr., at her Home on Greenway drive. The meeting will be held wednesday morning at ten thirty o clock. The program topic will be a beginning a Rock Garden with mra. Charles Kearns in charge of la discussion. Members Are reminded to bring an arrangement of flowering shrubs to Thia meeting As voted at the last one. Palatka us a a quartet of Southern in Mitie who will compete for the title of a a Xii Lee Yuen Quot in the a i Lee festival remit i a Grant in to held in the Ravine Tantras help Huntley March lit amid tile colourful How Home of More than one Hundred thousand of these erotic plants. Junior chamber of Commerce sponsored contestants shown above Are miss Heil Jane be Well Art it age. Trip or left miss Marion met retry Jacksonville. I. Up it or right mis Millen Tooke Forim it i. Ila. Lower left Anc Mise Rorothy he Hlll melamine Kin Clit of from Alai Tea. Florida it Corgi a Mississippi North Carolina South t Arolina and Tennessee have been invited to sponsor entrants in the pageant. Groom gardens of state for month Long Spring pilgrimage Here april 18-19 Raleigh March 6 North Carolinas Mosi famous pre revolutionary and colonial Home and it by groomed Garden will again be open to the Public Thia Spring Dunn the North Carolina Garden clubs third annual Spring Garden pilgrimage March 27-april 25. The month Long pilgrimage a Heen timed to catch the height of the Blooming season a the annual Spring Parade of Flower passe in review from the seacoast to the mountains. Twenty six cities and communities ranging from Wilmington in the East Aero the slate to Asheville and the great Smoky Mountain in the West a participating in the pilgrimage this year. Plaus for the tour worked out i Long ahead of time by Garden i club members Are the most a in bilious in the three year history of the Annua pilgrimage. In each of the 26 localities participating from one to two dozen gardens will be opened to the Public the Dales in each locality conformity As nearly As possible to the height of the grooming season in thai Vicinity. In addition to the Garden a Large number of old historic Homes and Plantation houses will also he open a number of the old Home in the Eastern part of the state that will be visited during the pilgrimage Date from colonial and revolutionary Day and Are regarded As some of the finest example of Early american architecture to he found anywhere. Several Are being opened to Thep italic for the first time Thia year and will Ive open Only on the dates indicated during the pilgrimage nearly All the state largest and Hefter known private Garden will be included in the tour As Well a Many smaller Garden attractive because of their careful grooming rather than their pretentiousness. In most communities Garden will be open from one to two Days. Starting with the gardens build up Good news for suffering women Jamestown Book club holds meeting at Jefferson roof Institute to begin faithful Wor kerb to have meeting tonight the faithful workers class of the Green Street Baptist Church will meet tonight at the Home of mrs. It. G. Rush. 09 Carrick Avenue. At 7 a it a. Associate hostesses will by mesdames o. H. Brown. O. A Bates. D. Bate and Leroy Barham. A heart sister a a will be revealed. First in i a Laas Mill m get tomorrow the Fidelis class of the first Baptist Church will meet tomorrow evening at 7 30 at the Church with miss Mary Washburn As guest speaker. Members Are asked to bring contributions of groceries for a needy family. Ehley Fellowship meeting March in the meeting of the Wesley Fellowship class of South main methodist Church scheduled to be held on the first monday will be held instead of tonight on monday March 18. Until further notice these meetings will be held on the third monday evening of the month it a announced this morning. Of Hill Phi lathe an meet to Sedav night All members of the Oak Hill Philathea class Ste urged to be present St the class meeting on tuesday evening at the Home of mins Sara Relle Taylor. 1610 Ward Street according to an announcement made this morning. Members Are reminded that this to the Imp for the revealing of the names of a pal a a in m Vin it by end i. A a Mees thin evening the Mary Steven Cia of the i pen Street Baptist Church will hold it regular monthly Busine meeting this evening at. 30 o clock at the Home of i Doris Pope 503 Willowbrook Street of Jim a comm wife s Ideal should not Rule her a Reform efforts in the Eastern part of the state. Where the Blooming season Rome earliest and winding up with those in the Western part where the color Parade creeps up la Mountain slopes late to end the Blooming season with a Blaze of color on the highest Peak. A Antal admission fee will he charged in most tonalities although the Duke University Garden. The University of North Carolina Garden and others of i that Type will he open Ai no charge to the Public. I proceed of the tour will he divided with one third going to the local Den clubs one third to the North Carolina Garden club and one third to the a Den and Home owner participating. To be used in further devel a Oping and restoring old Homes and Garden in the state. The Garden club in cooperation with the North Carolina department of conservation and development to now preparing an illustrated pamphlet expected to he off the pres Early in March outlining the tour and describing in detail the More interesting Home and Garden include Din the pilgrimage the mat of communities participating in the Inin and their Date Are a follows Wilmington. Manti 27 28, Greenville match 27-28. New i Bern april 2-3 Wadesboro i april 9-1u Hillsboro april to Concord april 10-11 Winston Salem. April 10-11, Tarboro Pili la red Springs april la Bath april la Rocky mount april 11-12 Gastonia april 11-12 Durham april 12-13 Chapel Hill. April 12-13 Halifax april 14-15 Enfield april 14-15 Roanoke rapid. April 14-15, Warrenton Pili 16-17, header-1 son. April 17-18 Oxford april 17-18 High Point april 18-19 Greensboro april 18-19 methane april 23 Reidsville april 23-24 Tryon april 23-24 and Asheville april 2 4-25. Cove Grove and Belvidere Plantation six mile from Hertford. Will he open april 5. A presented with a charter w hich affiliates it with the National organization. The 23 charter member in this club All have a High Scholastic record and Are considered Leader in the school. The ret club officer Are president Lark Futrelle Vic president. Howard Moran Secre tar Arlene Shackleford treasurer. Ruby Pendry. The first night meeting of this club was held at the Jamestown teach rage a very interesting program was Given on social custom afterwards pleasant social hour was greatly enjoyed by everyone. Jack Futrelle Mary Weatherly Tilden. Arlene Shackleford. Mary Elizabeth Doggett. France Foster Basil Meredith. Carri Dell Hennis Clyde Johnson. Marguerite Campbell Ruby Pendry bulb Thornton Louise Modlin Mildred Bowman. Virginia Haley Sands Smith Norma Williard. Calvin Cashatt Ruby Briggs. Howard Moran Carolyn Wilson vein mover Josephine Hodgin Mabel Waynik. A the Mehmet. A a household arts club to meet on thursday the household arts club will be entertained by mrs. F. It Lington at her Home 217 is est Ray Street thursday afternoon at three o clock Ewe utopian study club with mrs. Herman Smith the utopian study club will meet with or. Herman Smith at her Home. 421 Edge Dale drive. This will he the regular by week in meeting of be club and Wilt be held wednesday afternoon at 3 3o o clock. By Ruth Millett Many women look on husbands As a unimproved that is. They look at the Man they Are in love with and see not what he is but what they Hope to make of him. W Hether or not they Are Able to make the necessary to then ii improvements depends on How they go about the Job. Of they nag they get nowhere. If they Are obvious about their i hey fail. But if they study their husbands. And decide to encourage them to be the most they Are capable of being instead of trying to turn them into copies of an unattainable Ideal they usually get somewhere. A typical Case history is the Way a girl named Marge turned a serious minded Young professor named Henry into a Dean in five years. She was set on having him overcome his shyness enough to let his Superior qualities show through and she did. It was t s simple matter of hitting hard on the a a rent to Yon wonderful Quot line. Henry was too intelligent to be greatly influenced by that. About people friends of w. Hughes. Jr., will regret to learn that he remain quite ill St i Home. 311 fourth Street he underwent a Tonsillectomy St the Burma memorial Hospital on thursday of last week. I a Margaret Dickson. Student St woman College. Greensboro. Spent the weekend with her parents. Or. And mrs. F f. Dickson on Lindsay Street. Her guest for the week end were misses Ann Burk head. Ann Elliot. Caddie Venable Devany. Glady Rouse and Ethel sea Soni. All of Fayetteville and also students St woman s College and Nelson Tucker of Danville. A Ash fun Jaxn Funi i m born i r Anim pm 3 \ or. And mrs Paul Flinchum of Randleman announce the birth of a daughter Shelby Jean on february 29. Mrs Flinchum a formerly miss Nellie Whitlow of High Point. Ewe Noim e birth of a daughter or. And mrs. Seal Sheffield announce the birth of a daughter. Sandra Ruth on monday. February -26 at her Home. 92 Asheboro Road. A a Teal Shoi in Eire bore a ring stating it belonged to the museum of natural history in Landen Holland. Weary despondent girls monthly Quot a Fol Quot wont Friend i Ken vegetable c Compo Lydia Pinkham s Pelte irritable due to function monthly Quot pain 6001 1 and a Roll Quot won in i Friend in Lydin e. Pink Kam e vegetable compound. To to it of Tami comp9uw what she did was to Mak easy and pleasant for him t with people. Something he never been Able to a Romp alone. She planned it that was she planned Small Pat ties he he overlooked confusion of a mall talk. At to parties she managed at least o during an evening to switch discussion until it was right Dot Henry s Alley. She coaxed him into read books entirely unrelated to Job so that he would t turn i a bore. She i red herself a Hobby thought he might enjoy j after watching her enthusiasm six months he became interest which left her free to drop i favor of a real interest of o w a it was Only a coincidence course that the Hobby was in Field in which the Dean of school was a minor expert. And it was just Luck that he Quot and the Dean became such g friends the Dean recommend Henry for his position when stepped into a better one. Whidde Andrews vows solemnized Here on saturday or. And or. E. A. 35 Bidi an Notine the marriage of i daughter. Carol Ken Tina. To is Ion a and re was saturday Mir 2 at the Home of Rev by. Den h Elsa Beck. They were Arrow Nied by the Bride parents Ai her brother Vernon Whidden or. Andrew who is t youngest daughter of or. A or Whidden wrote White or accessories of Princeton Blue. Ai a shoulder Corsage of Garden she is employed by the Melro hosiery company and or 4 Drew who is the son of or r. Johnson of route two and t late or. Johnson is connect with the Plymouth howler Chi Afier the ceremony a Weddum dinner is served by the Brid Parent at their Home to member of Hoth families. The couple Wilt make that Home with the Bride s Parent 318 Burton Street for the pre ent. A Costa Rica i studying me of to Stop nazi propaganda mall. Stubborn head colds it Luv stuffiness and misery this Protr Way melt a spoonful of Vick vap rub in Bowling water then breathe in the steaming medicated Vapours. Thin at a cd time. Rub vap rub on Throat and cheat to get full Benefit of its Long continued action while Vou sleep. Alai ass and you will be delighted with a Vapour a Morouney Burney White Petroleum Jelly special Bowling hatches we will have with us saturday night March 9, from to not Virginia. 4 girl teams and 4 men i team. At Moat Hearty and cordial invitation i extended to All to enjoy this special occasion. Arcade amusement company a h in a n e r r i i j i n g Don j be crazy Martha you better skip the picnic i 60lnsl d of cult Days Quot Don t put me on the Shelp since i tried that new i Sach to Oise much of w Omen a periodic distress May he unnecessary Many who suffer from headache nervousness cramp like pain other symptoms of functional cd amenorrhoea due to malnutrition ate helped by car dul main Way it helps relieve periodic distress is by increasing appetite and flow of a tric juice thus it often Aid digestion help build strength Energy Reactance to periodic disturbances. Other find help for periodic Dii Comfort this Way Start a few Days before and take Caroli until a the time has passed. Women Hare used cardio for More than til years. Special re the i liter Jim net Jamestown March 4 or. Robbins Tilden entertained the modern Book club at the Jamestown roof restaurant in Greensboro wednesday evening the guest met in one of the private dining rooms where they were served salad course or. Of s Carrafield president was in the chair for a Brief business session. The program was a study of George Bernard Shaw. I life and work Mise Alice Scott reviewed for the dub some of the interest fads about i life. She then presented i Carolyn Stansel from the dramatic department of Greensboro College i Stansel delighted the club with a Reading from Shaw a arms and the following the program a social hour a enjoyed. The Parent education Institute begin wednesday March 6. The meeting will be held each wednesday afternoon at 3 45 at the school building. The subject and speaker for the meetings Are March 6 a adolescence and character education or j. D. Messick March 13 the modern child As a modern citizen. Mrs. Raymond Billfold March 2<>�?community attitudes in relation to parents and children. Charlo Phillips March 27 Parent. Children and world peace. Tom a syke. The Parent education committee feel that it has been very fortunate in securing these speakers and Hopes that All parents will plan to attend these meetings. Girl scout troops 41 and 16 of Jamestown presented a Chapel program on thin Aday february 29 the program consisted of s first Aid skit Given by the 15 girl who have completed the Junior i rot Aid course tinder the direction of or. Dorothy Jones of the Guilford county health department. The second part of the program a made up of an investiture service and a court of awards held by the two troops jointly at this time in new scout were invested by or. Louise p. Walters county Field worker. Those receiving Tenderfoot pins were Jeanne Bales Jeanne Spencer. Anna Lee Ferguson Jove Pendry Maxi tie Williard. Doll setter. Betty Long Doris Haworth Selena pshaw and Eloia join. Ruth Thornton Aud Arlene Shackleford of troop 16 were awarded their second a badges. The following girl were Given hostess and clothing badge Lott Ray Mickey Nancy Williard. Carol Raper. Retty Lynn Williard. Naomi Smith. Tes Gardner and Alice Scott. Ruth Thornton also received a clothing badge. In the absence of mrs. Jones. Elizabeth Hammel Leader of troop 16. Presented the first Aid certificates to Ruth Thornton. Lott Ray Mickey Betty Lynn Williard Nancy Williard Doris Hayworth. Doria Seizer Louise Modlin. Aetna Davis. Carol Raper Doris Marl Wilson Arlene Shackleford. France Foater Alice Scott. Juanita Wagoner and Helena Upshaw or. Walter spoke briefly of the history and Progress of girl scouting in Jamestown. She emphasized the importance benefits and influence of it ideals and it program. A local chapter of the Beta club a established in Jamestown High school recently. The club i just Coulon t do it not the was i chafe but Mode is is different it has a special new feature called Moi Stum xon int Quot that acts to direct moisture upside the pad leering edges Ory and comfortable longer than Ever before Hev Martha am i glad i took your tip about Miracle Moossy Ive been on the go allo a and never thought a. About discomfort _ a a it sure make it i difference and yet Moos of costs no More cwt a mod pad and feel the difference Mode tan t a layer Type Napkin. It Haa a Duff filler a Gen to a Down thank to Fri wonderfully Oit a11�r�? and thank to moisture zoning a Mode mama astr Comfort for you i get a to today and a i new Miracle Modess with a moisture zoning

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