High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Mar 16 1939, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 16, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page six Sec. Aide High fount Enterprise Piedmont Center no Industry High Point North Carolina thursday. March 16, it social and club activities president phone no. 4568 Madeline Hoover editor office hours 9 . To 12 am Thomas Turner discusses National government for utopian study club Thomas Turner local attorney spoke on a your government yesterday afternoon when the i to plan study glut held its regular meeting at the Home of mrs. Roy Spearman on Trentley Circle. Or. Turner called attention to the fact that the United states a Lek Ile oldest stable government in existence with the exception of that of great Britain. The government of the United states is unique in Many ways. Or. Turner said. Especially today xxx Lien democracy of any kind i distinctive. It is Well he said. To know upon what ones government is founded and he Dis cussed in some detail the system of Check and balances which is an integral part of Tho government of this country. Spring Flowers were effective As decorations and the Saint Patrick a Day Motif was carried out in the refreshments. Mrs. Hoke Bullard was a guest for the afternoon and the following club members attended mesdames Harry Alexander Irvin Groome John Pickett Henry Foscue. Valette Harris Roland Holton. Herman Smith Rodney Snow. W. R. Thomas. John Walker and Jesse Washburn. Prizes awarded in Ari Competition sponsored by local woman s club John White. Junior High school student was yesterday awarded an Oil portrait by Thomas k. Doda read. Local a a and photographer to first prise in an Art contest sponsored for local school children by the woman a club in Observance of National Art week. The prize winning piece was an Auto carved from a solid piece of Wood. Charles White also a Junior High school student received a Cash award of $1.50 for his work on an inlaid Walnut tray. To the fifth Grade of Ray Street school went the elementary school first prize of $1.50, for a water color frieze of a play ground scene. The second elementary prize of $1 went to Grade one of Kina Street school Tor a poster piece with a Hen and her Brood. To Richard Byrd of Grade the of the Leonard Street school the judges awarded the Cash prize of la 50 for the Hest piece of work f in the negro school of the City. The piece was a plaster bust of Crispus Attucks half negro half Indian who was the first Man to fall in the Boston massacre of 1870. Mrs. W. R. Mcewen presented an original painting As special prize to r. C. Caudle of the fifth Grade of Cloverdale school for his Pencil drawing a the deserted House a and mrs. V. R. Taylor presented Bobby Steed of the sixth Grade at Ray Street school with a special prize of $1 for a group of soap carvings. Honorable mention was made of the entries of Zana Groome and two posters done by grades from him Street school. The winning pieces will be sent to Chapel Hill to the state contest to he held april 2-19 and those accepted will be used in a travelling exhibit. Judges were mesdames f. R. Taylor a r Mcewen and p. E Lindley. Social Calendar thib Day 6 to 7 p. second of a series of Buffet suppers for its membership will be held Ai the Emerywood country club which will take the form of an italian Spaghetti supper. Reservations must be made by wednesday night. A a 9 45 p. local a. A. U. W. Chapter will entertain with a Buffet supper in the private dining room of the Sheraton hotel to Honor Phyllis Bentley following her lecture at High Point College. Members and others eligible for membership Are invited to attend. Friday .7 30 p. Philomath Ean club will meet with mrs. S. H. Tomlinson at her Home on Hillcrest drive. 9 30 p. In. A the initial Spring dance of the Piedmont German club will be held at the Emerywood country club with Earl Mellen and his orchestra playing. Speaker and and inform jew in Ger eyes examined glasses fitted or. Nat Walker careful attention phone 2962 to children office Over Walgreen a a drug Oia Huici health begins of us feel done to Overlook the health of your child xxx 7 feet foot health to reflected throughout the entire body. Billiken shoes Are smart insure Normal foot health and Wear exceedingly Well. A Ain to i Palford in Toff duo Abl Alk Kin in a army of Colon. Business girls hear reports on banquet next week at the meeting of the Busine and profession. I girls club on tuesday evening. Rabbi Freedman of the r Nai Israel synagogue was guest gave an interesting Tive talk on a a the miss Gladys Ellington president of the club Wain in the hair at this time and miss Blanche Beasley presented the speaker w to gave facts concerning the persecution of the jews in that country and conditions leading up to the present situation. During the business cession reports from the standing committees for the nation wide banquet which will be held at the Sheraton hotel when the local club joins with other business and professional girls clubs throughout the country in observing it anniversary. Approximately thirty live members were present for the supper meeting which got underway at 6 15 of clock. Infants 5 to it. Of a Hildren a h to 12. Misses 12 to a. 12.54. 82.05. 18.50 Killiri Ali Moil Thompson shoe store 112 North main Street g. H. Jones stresses physical fitness at Brentwood p t. A. Grover of. Jone. City attorney made a timely talk to the members of the Brentwood Parent teacher association tuesday night. Or. Jones discussed the importance of the proper physical growth and development of children and the benefits of being physically fit. Devotional were conducted by Rev. D. V. Howell. A group of music pupils including Clarence Hayes Raeford Misenheimer Frankie Marie Cecil and Alaon Crater played several selections. Miss Holden s room won the attendance award. After the meeting the parents visited the teachers in their respective Home rooms. Too ii eff Sim Hio Idi 11, k Wmk it is by huh or. And mrs. Floyd Osborne announce the birth of a son. Charles Eugene on March to at their Home on Greensboro route one. They Are former residents of High Point. Friday and saturday specials in Spring Coats Fox gadabout. Who need them for sports for business $18-95 $19 95 $2295 $24.95 129.95 $39.95 there Are Navy and Black Wool boules for dress Box Coats with or without collars new Saddle shoulders fitted types with full flared skirt and slight fullness above the Waist sport styles of deep pile fleece. Box lines or swinging swagger tweeds in colourful mixtures tuxedos with wide sleeves a Type for every cry woman Navy Black Gold Bingo powder Blue Aud Bright weeds. Sizes 12 to 20 he to to. Lizzie Gooch u \ Koa or Church Socia Han Kin memorial a lass will meet the Philathea class of the Rankin memorial m. P. Church will meet Friday of 7 30 . At the Home of mrs. John Travis on Kivett drive members will meet at the Church at 7 15, and transport Rion will lie furnished. Associate hostesses Are mesdames John Phillips and Joe Byrd and misses Polly Starrett and rest Lackey. The Friendly club of its weekly meeting on tuesday at her Home on Pickett Street. Scripture was read by mrs. W. C. Baker and a poem a Moth cry was read by mrs. Grady Boles routine business was transacted and the club voted to use its funds to help others. Friendly club holds meeting mrs. Dalton Ort entertained a 1 la men love it no i girls with str if you Are poppy and full of fun Mon will invite you to dances and parties. Blet if you Are Cross listless and tired Mon wont to interested. Men done to like Quot quiet Quot girls. When they go to parties they want girls along who Are full of Pep. So in cae you need a Good general system tonic remember for 3 generations one woman has told another How to go Quot smiling thru with Lydia e. Pinkham a vegetable compound. It helps build up More physical resistance and thus aids in giving you More lop and lessens distress from female tune ional disorders. You la find Pinkham a compound Well Worth trying Magdalene Rebekah will Confer degree at meeting tomorrow a regular meeting of the Magdalene Rebekah Lodge will be held refreshments were served to the members. Tomorrow evening at 7 39 xvii t degree will he conferred. Plans for entering the state Medius will also be discussed. Beef ranks first and pork second in the preference of americans. Why Wash at Home when Damp Wash is so cheap lbs. Ii a of Woof of Umici 4v2c each additional Pound shirts finished 9c a additional mrs. H. A. White Heads the local chapter of american association of University women which this evening is hostess at an informal Buffet sup it or in lie private dining room of the Sheraton hotel to Honor Phyllis Bentley English novelist and literary critic following Lier lecture at High Point it ollege. A. A. U. W. Felting Phyllis Bentley Here this evening final arrangements Are Complete for the Buffet supper which the local chapter of the american association of University women of which mrs. H. A. White is president will present this evening at the Sheraton hotel to Honor Phyl Bentley English novelist and literary critic following lecture at High Point College. The Buffet supper will get underway of 9 45 of clock and will take place in the private dining room of the hotel. Mrs. Allene m. Schroder principal of Elm Street school is chairman of arrangements for the supper and serving with her Are mrs. White and miss Vera idol both of High Point College. A native of Yorkshire where she was born in 1894, miss Bent Ley Hart won recognition As a novelist and Short Story writer. Among her Hest known literary i work Are a Freedom Farewell Quot j a inheritance a a the spinner of j years a a a partnership and a the whole of the Story and a the j mortal the latter her most recent work. 0 0 0 Greensboro College glee club presents program Here sunday the Greensboro College glee i club under the direction of Walter Vassar head of the voice department at Greensboro College j will appear in concert Here next sunday March 19th. At 7 30 . At Wesley memorial Church. This organization Well known i throughout the South for its sex i Wellence in singing has presented j approximately lop concerts in the past three years the tiler club j j has Sung several times for both the Eastern and Western North j Carolina methodist conferences. J in addition to other numerous a j Peart Dees earlier this season the club joined the moistening is a j Greensboro male chorus in present Camille Saint Saenso a Christ Mas oratorio on december 14. More recent concerts have been presented in Winston Salem j Leaksville Pray Lenoir Charlotte. Statesville and Thomasville. The dub has just Complete a tour of North Carolina and Var i Ginia to Washington d. C. The widely varied program in eludes compositions in Early lat i in to modern and interesting arrangements of spirituals 0 0 0 mrs. Spoon Given party celebrating 62nd birthday mrs. J h. Spoon. 7tm Arch i j Street was Given a Surprise Din i i net sunday in Honor of her 62nd j j birthday. Dinner was served at a table i decorated in easter lilies and i Narcissi for the occasion. Twenty j guests from High Point and the jul Finity were present. Ass i to present play at Denton school Denton. March on Saf i urday night March is the Junior class of Denton High school will present a three act comedy in the school auditorium a k of clock tile title of the play is a one minute of d. Of a. Initiation scheduled tonight deferred until later Washington Council no. 4. Daughters of America which had scheduled an initiation of new members for this evening has deferred it until a later Date till to he announced. Keep Handy in Home you la have need of Moroline As a soothing dressing for minor skin irritations minor bums and bruises chapped skin leg chafing baby a chafing sold everywhere. World s largest seller at cd Economy size 10c always demand Moroline you Lluke Moroline hair tonic Ioc High Point s Only soft Vav a i or laundry Richardson s Spring Friday and saturday festival hundreds of values hosiery full fashion pure thread silk in three thread construction run Stop top. Guaranteed wingless new Spring shades and they Are Only pottery Sale extra special a big 9 a diner plat in coloured pottery of High Grade. This is a regular 25c value. We offer these special at Only 7c each anklets fancy coloured children s anklets with taste lop. Irregulars priced Low at they Are slightly regular from a regular 9r Grade. New Spring shades. P red at a big having Only i Only a 33c / sport jackets w ladies sport jackets in plaids and solid color flan Nels. A regular $2.00 value. Very special for this weekend for Only is of each a v to ladies Muslin gowns n it in White and Tea Rose w i with hand appliqued if. Work. Regular 49c Val Mil it 18c Spring dresses buy these dresses now and rest assured you will be dressed properly for easter. All the new Spring colors and fabrics Are Here and such Lovely styles a and they Are priced at a savings Only $2.98 Ultra smart Spring toppers a Lucky Purchase enables us to offer this value. They Are High Grade tweeds and suedes in the very newest styles. A regular $7.95 Valeu on Sale Only this week end at this Low Price $5.00 each i slips j ii \ Good Quality Hobby w urn Satin slip in Tea Rover ii ii dip rip proof scams. A regular or value. Very special at this Low Price of 37c j Jav Kuh Anvil Brand pants a Large table of men s Anvil Brand work pants in Moleskin whip Ord and Covert cloth. A regular $1 49 value. Special at this Low Price Only 67c pair boys ii Vii bags new Spring hand rags in Patent leathers and calf. Black Japonica. And All new mining colors and they Are Only shorts pm shipment of boys new Spring dress Short in Litchi weight woolens Ami Gaberdine. Tile colors mini patterns Are the latest. You will Marvel at their Low Price Only 97c pair Box so sweaters d Ksn shoes ii table of ladle xxx and sport shoe. Xii Vii color and they Are if is Hie new barrel Type boy sweater Iii Mazer stripes. They Are tile latest sensation in sweaters and think what you save at tills Low Price Only Oxford men and boys new Spring dress oxfords with crepe soles Many styles to select from and they Are Only 37c sheets if \j7c a a. K u la i x f 9 a Fine High Grade shed we ii no Back filling. These Arr in of i he null from a regular sch Sheet. Boys overalls boys ram Horn and topple aaa overalls. Made Good and Cut full�?size8 to 18�?and they Are Only 39c pair children s shoes to towels u w Large table of Terry r Al i n tale a. R Large table of Trrry towels in pastel color and coloured Border. Large sire. Regular inc a i vie

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