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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 13, 1940, High Point, North Carolina social and club activities Deline Hoover editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a. M. To 12 m. .wyvaw.wv.w.%vmv.,.w.sv.wawwa�avaswa%,.v%w., reports of recent state conference heard As program for d. A. Meeting Breezy for Spring interesting reports of the state conference of the daughters of the american revolution held Here March 27-29 with fourth District chapters As hostess were Given at the March meeting of the Alexander Martin held yesterday afternoon at the Home of mrs. M. A. Lackey 200 Hillcrest drive. % $ Quot we be got something pm new Coats and snit. Latest fifth Avenue models go on Sale tomorrow. $11.95 $14.95 $19.50 in Hest shades nit \ and Black for the Laster Parade Only 9 Days away. These Coats and suits Are far above the average Quality for garments at these prices and absolutely latest styles. Your Opportunity. See. Buy hats a a the greatest array of new smart Ami stun ring easter hats we have Ever shown. B rims brims. Every new Model. Sailors that Are so stylish. Pokes a Dinky Little shapes. Hats in Small rimless shapes. In fact such a variety we can show you any style or Model Iii straws from the Small est to the largest select now while the Stock is so new and Complete. All hats at. ,. Popular prices new easter accessories gloves rags hosiery. Blouse sweaters. Moffitt s Umi Ali ii main Street As additional highlights mid. F. S. Lambeth and in. J. E. Kirkman gave special comment on the conference or. Lambeth speaking of the music resented a a feature of the meeting and or. Kirkman giving original comment on the meeting. Much Praise was extended or. Hayden who As chapter Regent served As general chairman for the conference and letters of appreciation were read from both state and general officers attending. In appreciation of their splendid work during the conference mrs. Hayden presented each of her convention chairmen with a chapter j miniature Pitcher. Following the meeting the guests were invited into the dining room where they were served an ice course with Coffee mints and nuts from a Lovely table covered with a cloth of cutwork and entered with an artistic arrangement of fruit in Silver bowl on either Side of which were Green taper in Silver holders to accent the Saint Patrick a Day Motif. Serving As associate hostesses with mrs Lackey were mesdames Minnie p. Vail. W. C. Idol t. S. Mckenzie David t. Yow Hugh Childress and miss Pearl idol. Mrs. Henry fescue entertains tuesday contract club at attractive meeting the Home of mrs. Henry fescue on Parkway furnished the setting for an attractive meeting of the tuesday contract club last evening this being the biweekly dinner Bridge of this club. The initial feature of the evening was the serving of a three course dinner on arrival of the guests covers being Laid at Small tables Dainty in their appoint ments and entered with Small Crystal vases of hyacinths and spirea. Elsewhere in the entertaining rooms Jonquil and potted Gardenias gave an add note of color. After dinner Bridge was in play at the three tables or. James s. Moffitt being conceded top score when cards were Laid aside. As Reward she was presented with a cosmetic kit. Mrs. A. Scott Parker was the Only guest for the evening and club members present in addition to mrs. James s. Moffitt were mesdames Sam Strickland John Vav. Clinard jr., Charles Vav. My anally. Evv. Freeze. Jr., Ralph slate Philip Davis Vav k. Mitchell. James b. Lovelace and Herman Smith. Social Calendar Vav Ken Esmay 8 p. M. A the High Point graduate nurses club will meet at the Home of mrs. Edgar Johnson. 1104 Blain Avenue. 8 30 p. study group of the High Point Council of jewish women will meet at the Home of mrs. Philip Silver on Parkway for its regular meeting. Thru slav i p. social arts club will have a luncheon meeting at the Home of mrs. C. B. Baxter 606 Centennial Avenue. 3 30 p. In. A the Tea and Ute j jut to a num. Mrs. Jones wont he Well or. Census Man ask the neighbors her i drive. H j. Ollie topics club will meet i. Humphreys at 821 West College Friday la p. Priscilla club will be entertained by mrs. J. F. Hayden at its regular meeting. Church Socia Lottie Moon c ircle to meet tomorrow the Lottie Moon Circle of West end Church will meet tomorrow night at 7 30 at the Home of mrs. It. T. Preslar. 308 Phillips Street. The names of Quot Circle Sisters Quot will be revealed. By Ruth Millett what s All the hollering about you a think from the Way women Are carrying on Over the new census questions that their lives were really private. As a matter of fact. Mrs. Jones a who does no to want to Tell her husbands income or enumerate her marriages a has t As private a life As she supposes. Mrs Smith next door could probably answer most of the census takers questions about mrs. Jones. She might be five or ten dollars off on or. Jones salary a that the number of bathrooms a plus or minus a in her Home u a secret. Little Johnny Jones a told All a including lots the Cen bus taker in t interested in a to his playmates and teachers. The playmates have told their mothers a and As a result few details of the Jones Way of living Are really deep dark secrets. So things being As they Are. With no family nearly As smart As they think they Are about keeping their affairs strictly private mrs America is being an Ostrich when she sets up a squawk about having to give away to Uncle week but she miss it matters that Are her Quot own bus by much. All of us know just about what our friends incomes Are. Also she could probably Tell the census taker whether mrs. Jones has been married once or frequently. Friends and neighbors Are always As curious As census men and they manage to find out everything they want to know about anything. Little Johnny spills the Beans and mrs. Jones need t think Ness. Everybody in the neighbourhood knows that or. Jones salary int enough for mrs. Jones to be wearing that expensive fur coat. They also know that there is a mortgage on the House that the Jorn credit in t As Good As it could be. So what s the difference if Uncle Sam. Too gets a bit inquisitive he won t learn much about us Joneses that neighbors done tsi about people senior High a. Is organized Here Greensboro College Dean speaker at nationwide banquet of business girls juvenile court judge Speaks at Junior service league meet reports submitted clime must be treated at its tor source if it is to be decreased. I pie judge Vav. F. Bailey of the Juve Nile court told members of the Junior service league yesterday morning at their regular meet i ins at the Emerywood country j club with or. E. T. Harrison i in the chair. Judge Bailey who was Intro i diced by mrs Matt Wall Edrica i tonal chairman said that his i court does not depend on the i Quot Lone hand Quot method in its work hut works Best in cooperation j Vav. With other organizations and expressed the belief that the new league sponsored family service Bureau recently added to the Community Chest agencies will t be of great help in curbing juvenile delinquency in High Point. I an open forum period followed. Mrs. J. E. Millis reported that i the new age y became in Active participating unit of the Chest on March i. With or. Karl j Shepard As executive Secretary. I or. Alex Rankin clinic cd nor Man. Reported for february 76 i babies examined at clinic 60 melting milk regularly and to i visits made by mrs. Al l. Proc Tirse. Mrs. Joseph vertians and interest chairman expressed gratitude for league cooperation which helped make i Vora Tjon the sue Hastings marionettes Junior program a Success. Mrs Kenneth Reddle announced that the let gut clubroom in the Adams memorial y. W. C. A. Will he furnished and opened in a few Days and mrs. Charles Kearns reporting that the league has presented two folding tables for the dining room to the y. C. A., read a letter of thanks from miss Leslie Johnson y. W. C. A. Executive Secretary. Two letters one from or. M. D. Bonner in appreciation of the lending clothes closet at the Guilford county Sanatorium one from the City health department in appreciation of equipment for mid wives kits. Were read Aud the group voted to replenish the lending it Loset. An annual Awald will he presented each year to the league members performing the most outstanding service in Volunteer work. The member to be selected by a committee. Altru sans hold March business six tables in play at ladies and dinner meet Bridge at club due to the illness of Many members and the unusually had weather Only fourteen members of the Alt Rose club attended the dinner and business meeting of that club last evening at the Sheraton hotel. Dinner a served Al 6 30 of clock in the private dining room. Where the monthly business session followed later in tire evening. Miss Jessie Mae Young vice president of the club presided Over the meeting in the absence of the president mrs. Marie Caddell. Who was out of town. Reports of various officers and committee chairmen followed showing Progress in club activities and a letter of appreciation was Lead front the student nurses at the Burma memorial Hospital the latter thanking the club for the Hook Quot women at work a placed in the Hospital Library. Attention was called to the breakfast being Given by the Winston Salem Althusa till for All flubs in the second District immediately after the Morav Ian j easter service there and members late asked to notify the president if they plan to attend a Reserve tons must be made by March 22. In the the the Oak View study i group will meet i tomorrow night mrs. Charles Mcmurray will be the speaker for the meeting of the Oak View school study group at the school thursday at 7 30. Her subject will be Quot Fine arts in the Bible Quot music will be furnished by miss Virginia Butner minor skin irritations Morouney a a White Petroleum Jelly six tables of Bridge were play yesterday afternoon at Emerywood country club for regular biweekly party for ladies of the membership. Mrs k a. Sumner and mrs. T. I. Tyson acted a club hostesses for the event. Refreshments were served by Courtesy of the club following play mrs John Abels was fortunate in cutting Fertile customary prize other events scheduled for March Are As follows Stag party March 16 at 6 3o p. In. Evening Bridge for entire membership. March 18 at up. In. Second ladies Bridge March 26 at 3 p. In club dance in form of Quot gone with the wind costume Bali March 30 at 9 30 p in. With John Peddicord and his orchestra. Hasty juniors to give comedy at High school on thursday evening on thursday evening. March 14, in the highs it Bool auditorium the Hasty High school Junior class will present a play. Quot mama s hairy a farce in three acts written by Charles George. Those taking roles in the play which is being Given under the direction of mrs Howard Johnson of the High school faculty Are Kathryn Newby fut relic Moore. Avon Ragan Mary Snow i sink. Carrie Leigh Brown nor Ber Meredith. Carleen Cashatt Maxine i Ayne. Ruth Tucker Fay Kennedy and in Rylus Payne. A Small admission charge will lie made is 11ii a special charge for families the hour for the presentation is 7 to of clock. A Small admission c Barge will he made with a special charge for families. Us hour for the presentation is 7 30 of clock. A colourful event was the thirteenth annual National wide banquet of the three y. Vav. \ a. Business girls clubs held last evening at the Adams memorial y. Vav. C. A. Building when or. Mary Swank Dean of Greensboro College was guest speaker and used for her topic Quot directions for courageous living Quot miss Helen Deans president of the Lou siness and professional girls club presided at the banquet and mrs. Carter Dalton y. Vav. C. A. President led the in after which introduce lion of the visitors followed. The e included mrs j. H. Adams donor of the new y. Vac. A. Home in memory of her late husband mesdames h. A. Millis and s Horace Haworth honorary members of the business and fro i fess ional girls club mrs Jana b. James representative of the business and professional Woollen club mrs. H. A White of i the a. A if. Vav. Mrs Sears. Woman s club miss Hazel John on. Graduate nurses club mrs Joe rare High p ont Council of jewish women miss Gilbert Muse and or. Collier Kun is members of the business girls Council. Is Ollie Brown who served As Secretary for the three bus lines girls clubs for the banquet. Read telegrams and greetings i from other club in the nation were holding similar met i my i igneous i. In Hawaii various states of the Union. Is. Hazel Young introduced speaker mrs. Swank who Ted a vivid picture of the ii in which we would like to lire and which would take great courage. She pointed out the of i mrs. A m. Utley chosen Wayside no who int and m the pain w Orl j feet of thought Oil our lives and stated that character is a Ming up of what a person thinks j the importance of our beliefs especially belief in and co part a Pership with god. Was stressed by the speaker who also pointed out ways of improving ourselves and making it possible i courageously sup Wjk Chi Ting vision of our Day into three parts and devoting each to some specific thing. Quot if you would havea Good personality Quot she stated Quot done to rational a done to opinion ize and done to generalize hut do liberalize and inform yourself thoroughly. Avoid dissipation As americans waste More Energy in this Way than any other but have a definite purpose Ision Faith and Hope if you would live courageously she said in additional features on the program included a violin selection by miss Mary Whitely accompanied at the piano by her sister miss fluid Whitely who played Quot heart dance Quot by Cha in invade. And vocal numbers by miss Hazel Wright accompanied by miss aint Andrews. Miss Wright Sang Quot overtone Quot Rasbach and Quot love is the wind Quot i fax Den. The program was concluded by Reading the commitment by Mary Stewart table were arranged in the Sha get of the letter Quot i Quot a and featured Lovely arrangements of pastel Flowers at intervals. The National idea was building and place aids represented the various states while favors were tiny silk flags. A tempting meal. Prepared by mrs. D. A. Nee was served by members of the wednesday night club of senior girl reserves. Or. S h. Tomlinson has returned to her Home 403 Mil Tiest drive after an extensive tour covering the past two weeks during which time she visited Natchez miss., Mobile ala., and new Orleans. La. She 1 was accompanied by mesdames a f. Turner a. W. Plyler and sum-1 a a Blair All of Greensboro and the party visited Many historic spots As Well As the Lovely gardens in these places. A a a mrs. Vav. I. Spaugh is a patient pressed at the Burrus memorial Hospi she is improving Satis and she has been there organization since last saturday. Aaa mesdames o. C. Outland. Lau Rance Ingram James Ryan Aud John c. Abels motored to Winston Salem today to attend a duplicate Bridge party. Aaa or and mrs. J. H. Van Ness of Allegan mich., Are visit aug or. And mrs. G. D. Pet Tibone 231 Edge Dale drive for a few Days before returning Home after a Southern cruise. Or. Van Ness is an Uncle of or. Pettibone. To live j Tai where the dl-1 Facto Rily. Tuesday evening Garden club to retain full slate Duck club signs Glenn Miller for Garden club head april 21 dance i mrs a. M. Utley was elected to and a new slate of officers for Jib Wayside Garden club yesterday morning when the club held its regular meeting at the Home lot mrs. Alberta c. Snider. A talk ton Quot Spring Awakening scheduled to be made by mrs Flat. Blackburn was postponed because of j the illness of the speaker. Supporting mrs. Utley on the 1 new slate Are mrs. J Vav vice president mrs. D. I Secretary mrs. I. A i corresponding Secretary Allen Austin treasurer i a Lackey librarian the slate was presented by a ulna Ting Coin Mil t # headed by m Guin n foul Din Flagge mrs. J. And or to a mrs. C. E Diffendal. E Happy women secure help from build up periodical headache nervousness. Irritability cry amp like pins of women May come from functional try amenorrhoea due to malnutrition that s Why these discomforts Are so often relieved when a woman physical resistance in in creased. Cardi helps build resistance for Many users by increasing a Piet it and flow of gastric juice thus aiding Diges lion helping to build Energy strength nerve Foree it also helps a a ase periodic distress for Many women who take it for a few Days before and All during Quot the Lime Over i year of use and popular physical 11 y null toll hiring g ill a Rui i octo club feted by miss Hamlin the octo club met last evening i at the Home of miss Margaret Hamlin 402 Steele Street at their i regular bimonthly meeting. Three tables of Bridge were in play during the course of the evening at the conclusion of which miss Elaine Inman was awarded 1 a Novelty Belt As High score prize i and second High a White sport Scarf was awarded to mrs. Bill. Snot Herly. Miss Hamlin had attractively carried the Saint Patrick a Day i Motif throughout. Tallies were typical of tin Irish lad and Lassie j each table was graced with a dish of Green creamed mints miss Hamlin was assisted by her Mother. Mrs. J. J. Hamlin in serving a Green and White salad course to All member present at the club i new slate presented to Emma Blair . A. At regular meeting a slut of officers for the com a it ins year was submitted to the Emma Blair Parent Teusher association at its regular meeting Las night when Edgar Hartley of the y i \ a. Was guest speaker on Quot character building for our future tin slate follows mrs ii. It Mayo president j c Huggins fir to v it e pre Tidei. Or. N. F Bundy second vice president Glenn Miller and his famous band have been signed by the Duck club it has just been an i bounced to play their first engagement in North Carolina at the Duck club Quot musical morning Quot dance which is planned for late april. The dance which will be held at the Rianon ballroom in Greensboro at one minute after Midnight on Tho night of april Jim or the morning of april 22 will continue until four of clock. The hand is coming to Greensboro directly from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville where they Are playing for the university1 Spring dance on the preceding Friday and saturday. The actual signing of the band took place at a business meeting of the club sunday evening but the announcement was not made until last night. The affair will lie open to the Public Duck club officers said and tickets will be placed on Sale at an Early Date. Miss Carmen Austin Secretary miss Emma Blair treasurer. Or. E. C. Glasgow a second Grade which had charge of the devotional and presented a play Quot the ant reporter interviews the bees a won the attendance Banner. Tough coughs the entire slate of officers of Stile tuesday evening Garden club was reelected for another term yesterday afternoon when the club met at the Home of mrs. Charles Byrd with mrs. I. E. I Compton former charter member and organizer of the club spoke on Quot flowering Plant Best suited to this the officers reelected by unanimous vote were mrs. Fred Gordy j president mrs. J. Vav. Hedrick first vice president mrs. J. Montgomery second vice presi Dent mrs. J. Of. Tate recording j Secretary or. Reitzel Pitts treasurer and mrs. Lucy John a son librarian. Mrs. Charles Byrd i was named to represent the dub Ion the Garden club Council the a new Constitution and by Laws of which were read during the business be Sion. Mrs John Teague i will head the club s newly formed committee on horticulture appointed to serve on the program committee were mrs. Levi i Haworth. Or. A k Frazier mrs. Dale Montgomery and or. John Tate. A committee was also named to secure a list of members who plan to attend the District meeting in Concord april 4. A Monarch auxiliary has regular meet in Spile of inclement weather yesterday la members of the la die est auxiliary of the Monarch club gathered at the Home of mrs. In a. Wilson on Carrick Avenue for the regular meeting at 3 p. A. In a Brief business session which preceded a social period routine matter were transacted. Spring Flower were used in the decorations and later sandwiches in varied shapes were served with hot Tea to the members present. Organization of a senior High school Parent teacher association wan completed at a meeting held last evening a the High school auditorium under the sponsorship of the High Point Parent teacher Council when mrs. Floyd Wilson its president opened the meeting and the program consisted of a business session and presentation of a play by the dramatic club of the school. Brief remarks were made by d. P. Whitley principal of the High school and miss Anna Mendenhall Dean in which they sex the need of Parent teacher organization in the High school the satisfaction that such an is being formed a nominating committee com-1 a posed of mrs. C. H. Willlard. Mrs de Lyon and mrs. A i. Bouldin. I presented to the Troup a slate of officers which was accepted these were president. Or. P. A Dalton vice president mrs. Harold Bennett Secretary miss Emily Gentry and treasurer or. Roland Holton. They were inducted into office by or. Floyd Wilson. It was decided to have another meeting on May. 7, 1940. The play Quot Jove in Picorn a was then Given under the diction of miss Ruth Goodman instructor of dramatics at the High school. The cast or the production was made up entirely of students and included Bai Bara Mathews Clarice George. Marguerite Murray. Bobbie Lindsay. Bill Hall Errett Miler and Bui Currie. The curtain brought both the play and the meeting to a close after which several member expressed Delight with the Success of the meeting a note of optimism was struck for the future achievement of the organization and the Hope for its growth in membership. Ada Blair . A. Has election of officers a hears miss Stallings at the meeting of the Ada Blair Parent teacher association held at the school last evening officers for the coming year were chosen with mrs. Vav r Scearce. I retiring president in the chair. Following the devotional led by mrs Serai in. The following slate was presented and elected mrs. W. Al Scearce president mrs a. Mcmullin first vice president mrs. Al Church 2nd vice president miss Pearl Bumgardner Secretary and treasurer miss Ada Blair. In keeping with the program topic Quot physical education Quot a group of children from the first third and fourth grades presented a program of games and calisthenic to illustrate the training of this Type they Are now receiving in school. Miss Nell Stallings of the senior High school was guest speaker using As her subject. Quot a healthy mind in a healthy body and after a Brief talk she presented s group of senior High school girls who gave eve Erat Folk dances. In the attendance count. Miss Christine rays Grade won honors. Local Dar members appointed to posts appointment of two d a members to important posts do ing the Continental Congress the daughters of american a it of u t Ion being held in Washita ton in april was made pub Here today having been made v mrs. Henry m. Robert. Jr., pre ident general of the organi tic these two local members a mrs r k Stewart and mrs Vav m. Jarrell. Mrs. Stew Art serve on the House committee 1 the Congress and mrs Jarrell serve As Page for the Congreve next month. The announcement was is this morning by mrs. J. F a Den Regent of the Alexander a Quot tin chapter. D. A. R., Here we notified by mrs. Robert i appoint men. A mrs. Sam Tobias re elected Ray St. . A. Head mrs Sam Tobias was re Plechl president of the Ray Street in ent Teai her association last in at the regular meeting wac highlights were the election it officers and the presentation j seven numbers by the school o Chestra. Under the direction miss Virginia Frank. The orchestra in spite of a a fact that it is made up of Chreti around to years of age. I eluded in its program several c ficut numbers which were a ecu Ted with Workmanlike a a query. A violin Solo by Edwa i Getzman a also featured. Other officers elected include d or. A. F Freeman first Volt president mrs John Peacock second vice president or. C Al Barrier recording Secretary mrs t l. Massey corresponding a Repaty mrs a f. Robin a j treasurer or. R m. Bundy Hij Torian. Ewe Johnson St. . A. Meeting thursday to be senior night honouring sixth Grade pups who will next year enter Junto High school the regular meet Ira Jot the Johnson Street Parent a teacher association thursday night at 7 30 will he in the form of a Quot senior m l. Lambeth. Principal of the Junior High St Hool. Will be the speaker i another feature of the program will he a series of Stephen Foster songs by sixth graders for women Only if fidgety nerve rattles nights and distress from female functional Quot irregular Tiaa Quot keep you from having fun in life a take Lydia e. Pinkham a veg stable compound. Made especially to help such rundown weak ailing women. Try it Grace Hower shop. Main air j-1 i Washington when a cold strikes with miseries of muscular aches or with nasal misery. Rub the Chest Back and Throat with Quick melting Penc tro a fast working Active powerful As. When colds misery aches in Chest Muscles a counter irritant because extra medicated. Place Enetro in hot water and inhale Vapours. These measures soothe irritated congested inflamed membrane loosen phlegm Case coughing Case local congestion ease Chest tightness and promote Comfort and rest which is one of natures Best Aid in making you forget you Ever id a cold. Count on in Cucuz

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