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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 12, 1939, High Point, North Carolina A age four Sec tue High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina sunday Mardi 12. 1939 Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4568 social and dial hours 8 30 . To 12 noon saturdays 8 30 . To 6 . Mss Furgurson and e. C. Rankin or. Wed in Home vows informal reception about people in h ceremony characterized by Auty and dignity last evening t seven of clock at the Home of e Bride s parents or. And mrs Ouis Clifton Furgurson. 500 Lindsay Street miss Mildred Heresa Furgurson was United in Arriage to Edwin Cannon ratin jr., in the presence of Reaves and a few close friends. Rev. Hey l. Fesperman. Pastor Quot the first evangelical and re red Church was the official a minister and used the in Essie ring ritual of this lurch the vows being spoken an improvised altar of Green a in the living room where Loor baskets of Calla Hiles were de against a background of los and ferns to give an a opiate Green and White set a. Floor candelabra holding la White tapers completed the orations and shed a soft glower the scene. Serving As Ushers were i. C. Gurson jr., brother of the fide it. I. Humphreys or. Whim t. Footer and Frank k. Raker. Prior to the ceremony or. Umphreys and or. Folstr eared together and lighted the pers As a program of wedding Usi it was rendered by miss Vii it ii Carroll of Oxford pianist s. Thomas e. Strickland Vio is. And Kelman p. Comot Nalaa Carroll gowned in Blue feta with Corsage of Sweet Art roses played a the Rosary Quot Evin and Quot Liebe Straume Liszt with mrs. Strickland ving the violin obbligato ated in Navy Blue taffeta with Lite polka dots and a Corsage red rosebuds. The bridal Orus from we Agner s a Lohen in Quot Wagner was used a a Ore Sui Ona t and Mendelssohn s sliding March As a recessional. The Bride was preceded to the at by her sister. Miss Clarine in Tirion who served a maid Honor and Only attendant e wore organza of a delicate Bra design on White Back Sund which was made on bout lines with Square neckline j Short puffed sleeves. The Waistline was accented by ration of White lace heading Brough which Blue velvet rib a was run. This same trim he used on Lite sleeve and Neok a. In her hair she wore a Bow Matching velvet with Stream i and her old fashioned nose of Spring Flowers in Blue mow and Pink was showered h narrow ribbons of the same i the Bride entered on the her father who gave her in triage and was met at the a by the Bride Groom at idea by Lloyd o. Hughe As it Man. The Bride a vivid Brunette. Lovely in her formal wed go a of Ivory Satin. The Aas made with Lego Mut sleeves. Shirred from just a it the wrist to the Elbow the tire featuring heart shaped Kline and slight fullness while skirt was made on hoop of with a snug Waistline the Jal veil of illusion was made it length to follow the lines the gown and was caught at Crown of the head with Gar Lias and Valley lilies. Her Boti t was of orchids with lilies the Valley and Gardenias Ming the rest of the formal argement. Mrs. Furgurson. Mother of the Ide wore Black Chiffon anti e with to Corsage of violets ii Pink rosebuds while Minkin. Mother of the Groom s attired in Black lace with a a Sage of Gardenias. Immediately after the wedding. And mrs Furgurson enter Ned with an informal Rac in of their Home on Lindsay get to Honor the newly mar a couple guests being invited Call Between eight and nine lock. Receiving at the Entrance of Home was mrs. Kelman p. To who introduced to the receiving line composed of or. And mrs. L. C. Furgurson. The Bride and Groom. Mrs. E. C. Rankin sr., i. S Clarine Furgurson Mary Doane Rankin sister of Tho Bride Groom and Lloyd i Hughes. Miss Patricia Hall then directed to the dining room where miss Mildred Crowder presided Over the serving of punch which was accompanied by other delicacies. Serving were misses Marion Elliott and Leora Hampp and mrs. W. T. Foister. Mrs. Robert Cook directed to the gift room where the Many Beautiful wedding gifts were on display and where miss Cloyce Hunter and mrs. Anne Swaim registered them in the Bride s Book. Misse. Nanty Smith and Earline Moore said goodbyes to the approximately 150 guests As they left the Home by a Side Entrance. Following the reception or and mrs. Rankin left for a wedding trip of unannounced destination and on their return will he at Home in the Alberta apartments this City. For travel the Bride changed into a handsome three piece suit of Brown and White Tweed flecked with rust and Green and her shoes and bag were of the new pan american Shade while her gloves and hat were Robin Hood Green. Hor Flowers were an Orchid and lilies of the Valley from the Center of her wedding bouquet. She is the elder daughter of or. And mrs. L. C. Furgurson and a native of this 1ty, where it a he numbers her friends by her acquaintances. She attended the local schools for her Early education. But completed her High school education at Needham Broughton school in Raleigh where she lived with her family for two years later moving to West Palm Beach. Fla., before returning to High Point to reside. She was a student of journalism at the Junior College of the Chi Verity of Florida while in West Palm Beach. Returning to High Point in 1935, she completed her business education at Jones business College and is now connected with the National realty management company i Here. Or. Rankin son of mrs. Edwin Cannon Rankin and the late or. Rankin is a native of Charlotte but has been a resident of High Point for Tho past ten years. He attended Public school in Baltimore. Or and Columbia. S cd graduating from the local High school after moving to this City. Since graduation he has been connected with Tomlinson of High Point where he is now supervisor on contract sales. Among the out of town guests Here fore the wedding were Paul Fagan Cincinnati o. Cousin of the Groom mrs Lucille Vaughn Petersburg a. Mrs. E. E. Hull a mrs. A a. Black Charlotte. Grandmother and aunt respectively of the Groom miss Val Brandon and James e. Bishop of Charlotte or. And mrs l k Furgurson of Danville. Va., or and mrs. Carl Furgurson. Or. And mrs. Ernest Furgurson and Everett Furgurson of Danville a or. And mrs Howard fur Furson or. And mrs. Ellerbe Bowe of Durham Mies Frances do r Fey Raleigh b. D. Huntck of Shelby Uncle of the bridegroom. And mrs. W. T. Iddings of Spencer aunt of the Bride. Johnson Street . A. Hold regular meeting m. T. Lambeth speaker the Parent teacher association of the Johnson Street school held its regularly monthly meeting on thursday evening. M. T Lambeth principal of the Junior High school made a talk on the work of a Parent teacher organization. The it. A. Can help and friends of miss Helen Davis student at Greensboro College will regret to learn of her illness it the Home of Lier parents. Or. And mrs. . A. Davis 232 Woodrow Avenue. She has been ill since last thursday. Mrs. Haywood Lassiter is recovering nicely from an opera Hon which she underwent wednesday at the Burrus memorial Hospital. A mrs. Irene Vav. Shaner in charge of the local office of the Hospital care association spent Friday in Durham at the Home office on business. Miss Ollie Vickery left Friday night for Carbon Hill. Ala., to visit her father who is seriously ill there. A a Edgar o. Johnson with Sechrest funeral Home Here in confined to his Home on Blaine Avenue with influenza. Mrs. M. S. Hail and daughter Patricia leave wednesday for Winston Salem where they will make their Home at 853 Piedmont Avenue. Bill Kennedy is reported improving after a recent operation at his Home 230 English Street. A mrs. C. D. Brown and Small f daughter Rebecca Ann Are recovering after a 10-days�?T illness with influenza. Miss Margaret Austin student at woman s. College of the University of a Cath Carolina Greensboro and her room mate miss Louise Sharpe of Reidsville Are spending the week end Here with miss Austin s parents or. And mrs. J. W. Austin. A a or. And mrs. Marvin slate and mrs. Mary Ellis of this City Ana mrs. J. W. Tuttle of Wallburg have just returned to their Homes from a 10-days�?T visit to Florida. Betty Ruth Walters Little daughter of or. Ant. Mrs. George Walters is spending this weekend with her Grant father in Kannapolis. A Dorothy Jean Thomason of 126 Virginia Avenue is recovering nicely from a broken nose received when she was struck by a truck a few Days ago. A miss Mary Alice Thayer student at the University of Maryland who underwent an appendectomy at Garfield Hospital on March 8, is reported doing nicely and will be at the University infirmary College Park md., for four or five Days. Asheboro rotary to sponsor dance March 31 Loaid crippled children Asheboro. March la. A the Asheboro rotary club will sponsor a dance at the Community gymnasium on the evening of March 31, it has been announced by j d. Ross jr., general chairman of Tim committee in charge. Music will lie furnished by John Peddicord and his orchestra from Winston Salem. Proceeds from the dance will be for the Benefit of the clubs work in the crippled children a clinic. Why Wash at Home when Damp Wash is so cheap lbs Ivic each additional Pound shirts finished Seea. Additional 07 Dix Oia big laundry Munts Only soft by Tilk a a univ mrs. W. J. Armfield. Iii. Was elected president of the Asheboro i Forest flub wednesday afternoon at a business meeting of the club which was held at the Home of mrs. Ii. L. Griffin on Academy i Street. Other officers were mrs. T. A. Burns vice president mrs. I Everett Boling Secretary mrs. N. M. Harrison treasurer and mrs. I j. C. Senter Book custodian. A report was heard from the welfare committee at this meeting and it was voted to finance a welfare project through which twelve or fourteen needy children will be Given glasses. Or. F. C. Craven local optometrist is cooperating with the club and has agreed to fit the glasses free of charge and to furnish the lenses and frames at Cost. It was also decided during the meeting that the chairman or the welfare department be made an executive officer. Election for this office will be held at the May meeting. Mrs. F. O. Yates Ami mrs s. D. Story were associate hostesses with mrs. Griffin. Several friends of the hostesses were invited to come in for refreshments during the social hour which followed the meeting. These included mrs. A g. Crutchfield mrs. Re Cranford mrs. It. P. Sykes. Mrs. Davis Cranford and mrs. King Moore. A salad course with sandwiches cake and Coffee was served. Annie Lou Myatt was hostess to the members of the Junior music club composed of piano guide the life of children by making better Ron it my Nitle for them to live in. Or. Lambeth said and one of the fundamental objectives of such an organisation is to improve the Community life of the school keeping the child As the Center of interest. The following elements in the training of a child were pointed out by or. Lambeth the Home in which the Mother is the first and most important Leacher later the father enters i he child s life As a teacher the Church As an important educational Factor a to d the Public school. Music for the evening was lunched by the Helgn Noe string quartet. Mrs. E. O. Cummings second Grade won the attendance Banner. Students of miss Louise Swaim at a meeting at the Central hotel tuesday afternoon. The group meeting at four of clock was entertained with a musical program by Crethie Story Tommy Hall. I Dorothy Luck Etta Lee line Berry Rama Mae Teague and Annie Lou Myatt. Pictures of musical instruments were shown by miss Swaim who also told tile guests the Story of re the queer in the contest based on the most practice j during the month. Bobby wills was announced the Winner of the grand prize and Mamie Ruth Thompson and Geraldine Petty won weekly Prises. Busts of famous musicians were presented As awards. Since tuesday was also the birthday of Porter Pritchard he was presented with a cake and a number of gifts. Annie i of was assisted in serving refreshments by mrs. Myatt and mrs. Roy Cole. Visitors were mrs. Garland Pritchard. Mrs r. P. Sykes. Mrs. . E Shaw. Mrs. G. . Wills and mrs. Roy Cole. Miss Connie Yow of this City became the Bride of Seth Spivey of Franklinville. Wednesday afternoon at 6 of clock at the Home of j or. And mrs. A Phillips on j Worth Street. Or. Phillips magistrate. Performed the ceremony in the presence of a Small group of i close friends of the bridal couple. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Elsie Yow of Asheboro and or. Spivey is the son of or. And mrs. E. H. Spivey of Franklinville route one. Mrs e h. Steere entertained at her Home on Sunset Avenue for members of the tuesday afternoon duplicate Bridge club this i week. Only club members were present. When cards were put aside mrs. Tiffany Barnes mrs. George Sumner and mrs Ervin Frye High score winners were presented Novelty prizes. A salad course. In the St. Patrick s Day color scheme was served by the hostess. Monday 9 a. M. A clean up of Odds amp ends 3 silk dresses formerly to $27.50 .,.$ 4.95 3 evening dresses formerly to $35.00$15.00 �?~2 Coats formerly to $09.50.$25.00 Dorothy Goode shown Courtesy at party on her twelfth birthday i table 50c costume jewelry to. $1,95 scarfs to. $1.95 i lot Jersey panties table $1.00 scarfs to. $2.95 costume jewelry to .$4.15 Nice selection 2-thread Hose formerly .$1.10 groups slightly soiled slips formerly $2.95 and $3.95$2.00 mrs. Collier Ellis 1305 North main Street or. B. S. Goode entertained a number of Young people at her Home Here saturday afternoon to Honor her daughter Dorothy on the occasion of her twelfth birthday. Decorations and refreshments emphasized the St. Patrick a Day Motif of Green and White and games and contests appropriate to the occasion were held. An ice course was served to i Homer Holton Tom Kearns Kenneth Dillon Clarence la Bertou Johnny Thomas. Hob Koontz. Tom Foister Gene Carriker Howard lobe Eleanor Garrett Ann Wood Catherine Comer Zuna gnome Fritzie Raymond Dot Rockwell Shirley Jean Hurt Gloria Foust Sarah Cretin. Kila Paige Harrison Mary Edith Ferree. Virginia and Wyanda Buser Edna Earl Ferree Evelyn Brown june Crawford. Janet Russell Beverly Hancock Paul Davis Hoke Bullard Aud Everett Bryant. District meetings of feature the coming the work of the North Carolina division of the United daughters of the confederacy will be brought into prominence during Tho next three months when the fifteen districts in the state will hold their Spring meetings. Following is the schedule released by mrs. L. E. Fisher of Asheville divisional president. March 21, second District at Boone March 22. Third District at Rutherfordton March ,28, North District at Louisburg March 29, tenth District at Weldon March 30, eleventh District at Tarboro March 31, fourteenth District at Plymouth. April la a doth District at Reidsville april 12, seventh District at Chapel Hill april 21, fifth District at Albemarle april 25. Eighth District at Fayetteville april 26, thirteenth District at Whiteville april 27, fifteenth District at Jacksonville april 28, twelfth District at Goldsboro. May 2, fourth i strut at Mooresville May la first District at Asheville no delegates Are elected to the District meeting but each chapter is expected to Send a Large representation to her own District gathering. Mrs. Fisher will Attena ail of these meetings and will be accompanied to Many of them by members of her executive Board. Miss Nannie Dodson of Winston Salem. Divisional recorder of crosses ask chapters to a Gin filling out Blank for crosses to he bestowed on memorial Day May to. The next Date on which crosses May be Given i june 3, the anniversary of Tho birth of Jefferson Davis the Only president of the confederacy. Mis Dodson is challenging the chapter to strive to again win the Blount Silver Loving cup which North Carolina brought Hock from the general convention at Tulsa. Okla., lad october for having bestowed More crosses of military service than any other state in the organization. To encourage this work miss Dodson is offering a $5 prize to the chapter bestowing Tho greatest number of crones of military service this year. Mrs Paul Borden of Goldsboro divisional first vice president is offering a other cup through this department while another much sought after trophy is Tho Parson cup Given annually by mrs. Eugene Little of Wadesboro. The crosses of military service awarded by the United daughters of the confederacy Are three in number and Are the children of the Cross of Honor. They Are Tho world War Cross of military service the Span Ian amerkan Croft of military service and the philippine insurrection Cross of military service. It is Felt that no greater Honor can be conferred on a Confederate Soldier than bestowing one of these crosses upon i Soldier descendant. Encouraging report have it come from mrs. A y. Kerr of Yanceyville third vice president and director of the children of the confederacy of the work being accomplished by the Young people this year. Several new chapters Are in the course of organization. Among them Are one at Waynesville one at Sanford and one at Statesville. A second chapter of the unit led daughters of the confederacy a been organized Ai mount u. D. C. To three months airy by mrs. P. S. Rothrock for seventeen years Leader of the children a chapter there. Or. Rothrock has done outstanding service for Tho daughters and the Confederate veterans both in Surry county and the state of North Carolin. This new chapter composed of Many Young people who were former members of the Of c., and eight new members has been named the Jessie Martin Rothrock chapter in Honor of its organizer. Disposition of the grounds and buildings fort rely occupied As the old soldiers Home at Raleigh. Is said to be causing much concern to members of the United daughters of the confederacy at the state Capitol. The commissioners of he City of Raleigh have petitioned the general Assembly to donate or give a Long lease to the City of Raleigh on the grounds and building for a memorial Park for White people. Mrs. Fisher is making All Effort to do what she can to assist the Johnson Pettigrew chapter of Raleigh in promoting thin movement. The ground and buildings Are hallowed with Confederate memories she commented saying. Quot we would not wish them utilized for anything unbecoming he dignity of he former Sanctuary of the old the stars and the bars was lowered on the Flagstaff of the Home and its door closed As the last old Veteran left in August. 1938, to make his Home with Friend in Wilson. This old Soldier a Walter Barfield who died at Wilson the past week at the age of 95 years. The John a Dunham chapter of Wilson accorded him a it. Or State funeral the first such Honor since mrs. Fisher advocated its usage at the beginning of her administration. Jewish women to meet wednesday on wednesday evening at 8 30 the Council of jewish women will hold its regular meeting at the Home of mrs. I. Bloom with mrs. Joe Barr As associate hostess. Utopian study club to have meeting wednesday 0 members of the utopian stud club will meet wednesday afternoon for its regular meeting at which time mrs. Roy Spearman will be hostess at her Home 11-Rrentley Circle. Off on Kodak films i e c Imp l a Effim Tafla. Moiscs prescription service 121 North main 308 South main 160 South main phone 3369 phone 3313 phone 2958 City wide E. Banquet held Here on Friday Luther Modlin. State Field Secretary of Christian Endeavor in North Carolina emphasized hash Point s responsibility to make the state convention to he held Here in june. At the City wide Christian Endeavor held at the first a p. Church on Friday night. Rev a Clay Madison pastor of the Church pronounced the invocation. Program feature were greetings by j. Howard link special music by Marc and a. C. Lovelace jr., a Solo by miss Vera Smith and feats of magic by Vaughn Boone. Bill Myall served As toastmaster. The attendance award a Silver Loving cup. Was won by the Young Peoples society of the first m. P. Church. Springfield friends Young people society wan awarded the award for the Hest work done the last three months. Roscoe Briley intermediate superintendent for the City exhibited the new award for the intermediate societies of the City and announced that the Springfield friends intermediate society did the Hest work the past Quarter and tile intermediate mass meeting will be held March 22 at Welch memorial m. P. Church. The annual easter Sunrise service will be held at Archdale friends Church on easter sunday morning. A. Ii. Us Ehart. Jr., Horn at Home Here or. And mrs. A. B. Lockhart announce the birth of a son. Albert Bertram. Jr., at their Home 119 Elm Street on March 4. Mrs. Lockhart was tile former Evelyn Mae Kimball of this City. Jones to speak to Brentwood . A. Grover Jones will speak to the Brentwood Parent teacher association at it regular monthly meeting on tuesday night at 7 30. A physical education and the health growth of our children will be the subject of or Jones talk. Devotional will he conducted by Rev. D. V. Howell an additional feature of the program will be the music which will be furnished by the children of the school who Are students of miss Frank and or. Kimball. Patrons and i lends of the school Are cordially invited to attend this meeting Angelous lipstick____79c i Botex Lampson s Mineral Oil. 29c 20c 2 or 39c 35c b. G. 0 for colds. 31c Colgate s dental Cream i a Fop we Pana tooth paste Large 39c be Burma shave j la. Jar. 39c listerine m for Yser Hakin Diirr c a r d ui.79c 60c Bromo Seltzer. 49c 2 of i a1 of 9 tic a i i or i 401 59c wfl1 $1.00 vitalis.79c a a1 Lydiae 60c syrup pepsin____47c a a Pinkham s Wampole preparation. 89c la 1 97c Wayside Garden club will meet \ ll-1a \ Bantin capsule a a. Loo Alex Tablet. cod liver Oil i 2-o. A cud liver Oil with voter of. To Mali lint liver Oil capsules Plain. Aoe yeast tablets. 2a Nav tool capsule. 89c 79c 79c 53c 79c 43c 59c vitamins pins to Lux Dav treatment. I o Oil with Ivr Comorah 67c liver Chi Tablet. 79c .67c $1.00 it bites col liver Oil Tab Mead s oleum Perreo Norph Loee $ this i to of. Pur test quod liver Oil of a in of. Marl in I. O. 49c the Wayside Garden club will meet on tuesday morning at to o clock at the Home of mrs. J. A Chandler on Arbordale drive. It is reported that by actual count there was. On one Day 4x7 planes at the recently held Miami air races. Of this number 325 were in the Light class. The Money Back on Large one if not satisfied with gift bottle a i Good will Boul with soc w i i sits Hinds. Mousy Back on to Largs Sis ii gift bottle if1 Doest a asks chapped skin fool soft. Hinds Honey amp Almond Cream 39c treat the family to a special luncheon sunday 65 c b. C. Powders 19c Citro Carbonate. 57c 31c Vick s Salve 27c Coty lipstick 50c mus role 33c 20 Marlin razor Blades. 25c Mennen baby Oil. 43c served from 12 noon to i i. M. Also Complete luxurious dinners served noon and evening from 85c Sheraton hotel Grill a noted for Good food Quot 75c Fitch shampoo Ith i Ruer Massage 49c for that dewy look maw up my com pm a Ion with fragrant Dubarry Midk of Cucumber lotion. A Richard Hudnit gift with your Pur chata it the regular $2 Box of do Jerry foe powder Choice of tie warm towing a had a. 3 value for 2 Mhz r i free delivery

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