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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 16, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Thursday. March 16, 19.19the men Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point. North Carolina Pace seven Sec. A Veteran hotel proprietor of Madison succumbs today colonel by Jones proprietor Otth Jones hotel in Madison died there this morning at to of clock. He is the Grandfather of mrs. Hal a. Davis of Cylde Street this City. Funeral services will he held in Madison tomorrow. Large number attends anniversary party Given by legion auxiliary for local Post George Rector some women who Are really excellent Cooks do not know How to plan entire meals Well or do not enjoy doing it. I always feel planning a menu is Uke getting the first Olive out of the bottle once you have decided on your meat course the rest is easy. The other foods just group themselves naturally about the main dish like so Many Chorine around the premise Danseuse. Today i am giving smoked Ham the Stellar role and you will see How simply the rest of the meal Falls into the pattern. It it it food consultant Wilson k co. Why the Orange Why is this Young Bride thinking a bout an Orange As she goes to Market because she a it firmly in mind to watch for the Orange wrapper in selecting her smoked Ham today. In other words she has her heart set on Wilson s tender extra mild certified smoked Ham. The name clearly reveals its Virtues because certified Karns Art so tender and so extra mild hut Only trying one for yourself will betray its delicious Smoky tangy flavor and its perfect texture. Menu Tomato ii con s certified a a smoke Ham baked in conger1� to Swift potato�4 a cabbage salad ism rhubarb Sand i ak1s beverage your certified smoked Ham should be brought out of the refrigerator 3 Cir 4 hours in Advance so As to be at room temperature before cooking. Place Ham fat Side up. In roaster. Pour i cup ii Gerale Over it. Bake in preheated oven 325-350� fallowing 16 minutes to the Pound. Then Peel off skin score fat crosswise with Sharp knife into Small squares. Dot with cloves rub Brown sugar into the surface and return to oven 400� of until Brown Basting frequently. For half a Ham allow 19 minutes per Pound. For the salad grate cabbage very Tine add drafting made from cup thick tour Cream cup vinegar Well blended Teaspoon Saf Pinch of Cayenne i Teaspoon paprika and i Teaspoon chives or minced onions. Chill and terse in lettuce Cut or in Lemon Thelt at a Amish. Wilson amp c w is approximately eighty people gathered at the Blair Park clubhouse last evening to enjoy the attractive party Given by the local unit of th1 american legion auxiliary to Honor the Andrew Jackson Post number 87, of the american legion on the occasion of the nation wide Observance of the twentieth anniversary of its founding. The party was voted a successful affair. Mrs. Dan Arden auxiliary president was in charge of arrangements and or. Arden As Post commander presided at the supper which was served at Small tallies arranged throughout Tho clubroom. Before the fireplace was an attractively appointed table featuring a handsome lace cloth and the Blue and Gold colors of the legion and auxiliary in the Floral appointments Jonquil and Blue hyacinths predominating. Opening the evenings program were the Advance of colors and the singing of Quot Star spangled Banner Quot after which r. It. Blackburn past commander of the Post gave the invocation and presentation of the Large birthday cake was made by mrs. I. T. Mann. J. P. Byrne accepting it in behalf of the Post. Following the preamble repeated Iii unison Harry planting vice commander spoke briefly stating that the legion s membership Here now lacks Only eight of its quota of 114 and giving facts concerning its activities. Or. O. C. Williamson pastor of the first presbyterian Church then spoke on the influence it the legion in a Christian Community and a Brief talk followed by Forrest h. Shuford of Raleigh state commissioner of labor and past commander of the Post who spoke on Grover h. Jones City attorney then traced the history of the legion from its organization in Paris in 1919, giving highlights since that time and d. C. Macrae judge of municipal court made a few remarks on Quot National or. I. T. Mann made the final talk of the group on rehabilitation work since the founding of the legion and the program closed with group singing of old favorite songs with mrs. R. It. Blackburn and Henry Baumgardner in charge and miss Mary Schwartz As Able accompanist on the piano. Additional features of entertainment included a stunt program in which George Edwards and j. P. Byrne were participants and Forrest Shuford. Or. I t. Mann and it. R. Blackburn competed in a whistling contest Bill Fry was in charge of this portion of the program. The final event of the program was the tuning in on a nationwide broadcast in Observance of the legion s anniversary. About people miss Anna Tomlinson will arrive today from Ward be Mont school in Nashville Tenn. To spend the week end with her parents or and mrs c. F. Tomlinson. A a Little betray Ann Morgan is j confined to Home on the Fairfield Road with measles. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. W. M. Morgan. Phyllis Strickland is spending several Days in Raleigh with or. And mrs. W. \ Pressley. Or. Pressley i the president of peace Junior College. Royal Arcanum s initial Spring dance follows executive dinner for official officers of the old Plank Road Council. Royal Arcanum held an executive dinner meeting at Tho Sheraton hotel last evening preceding its initial Spring dance when m. A. Wilmont of new York City past supreme Regent and now supreme Secretary of the International fraternal association of Royal Arcanum was Honor guest. Or. Wilmont spoke to the group on the fundamental principles of the organization for tin Benefit of his hearers who compose the new officers of the local Council. Covers were Laid for the following in addition to or. Wilmont Ryron Haworth Regent r. H. Sechrest chaplain Arthur Davis Secretary Hamlin Briggs treasurer Buster Moffitt collector Joe c. Edmondson orator Allen h. Williams sentry and Homer Coltrane and Ralph Lewis of Winston Salem who were visitors. Following the dinner the group attended the dance which was held at Pleasants Cabin at Guilford College and proved a delightful occasion. Approximately a Hundred dancers were present including members of the Council and their invited guests. Out of town guests were miss Edna Jordan of Raleigh miss Rachel Suggs. Frank Harwell and James Hall of Greensboro and Ralph Lewis of Winston Salem. Charles h. Scott of fort Bragg is visiting his parents or. And mrs. T. M. Myers. He expects to return to fort Bragg on april 14. Uncle Remus stories for music literature Joel Chandler Harris the georgian journalist who created the beloved Uncle Remus with his fund of Folk lore and sly humor was discussed for the music literature department of the woman a club St the Emerywood country club yesterday afternoon by John Mebane of the Enterprise. Or. Mebane gave a Short sketch of Harris life from his birth in 1 848 through his journalistic Days his marriage in 1873 to Esther Rose his winning of recognition with Quot the old the rest of his program was Given Over to the Reading of selections from Harris works with particular attention to his acquaintance with the negro and Folk lore. Mrs. C. Of. Rhodes department and creator topic department meet chairman presided Over the Brief business session which preceded or. Mebane talk and presented the speaker. Mrs. H. I. Sears called the members attention to the Art contest exhibit which was on display at the office of the City schools. Mrs. John a. Abels membership chairman for the cooperative concert association gave details of the membership drive now in Progress. Two vocal selections by Carl Cronstedt were Quot my native land Kahn and a charming Chloe Quot German with miss Alma Andrews at the piano they were presented by mrs. M. I. Slate. Hostesses were mesdames a. H. Whitley e. R. Gary w. It. Campbell and m. L. Slate. Straight from the Auld Sod Here is a timely suggestion for a St. Patrick s Day party or supper. A Well shaped Idaho potato is the body for this Irish pig. And a Small new potato makes the head. Use toothpicks for Short legs. The appetizers Are impaled on Green cocktail toothpicks stuck All Over the pig. The appetizers Cut l Inch slices of any or ally of Wilson a certified cheese there Are five popular varieties american Brick Swiss Limburger and Pimento. Cut the slices with a tiny Shamrock Ace of clubs Cutter and stick a toothpick through the Bottom of each. Wrap Short narrow strips of Wilson # certified Bacon around stuffed olives. A pair of Kitchen scissors is the Ideal Way to Cut the Bacon fasten with half a toothpick. Broil under the broiler until Bacon is Crisp. Serve hot. Xxx Ziv cd Owca membership event March 23 miss Deng speaker the regular membership event of the y. W c. A. Which eos Tomally takes place on Tho third tuesday of each month will lie held this month on the third thursday March 23. The meeting will take the form of a luncheon at the hut at i of clock and miss Cora Deng of China will be the speaker. Miss Dong a native of Changsha Baa been identified with y. W. C. A. Work Ainee 1921. And is making her present speaking tour under the aus Pulera of the National y. A c a. Board. For some years she Baa been a member of the International labor offices committee on working conditions for women and children and in her talk on China will Tell much of these conditions in China and of China a social rebirth which is taking place in spite of Tho War that Racks the nation. Member of the y. Vvs. C. A May bring guests to the luncheon i reservations Are made in Advance. A a a Arthur Kirkman Speaks to p t. A. Ada Blair school Tho Parent teacher association of Ada Blair school held its regular monthly meeting on tuesday evening. Tho president mrs. J Al Howerton presided Over a Brief business a East on. Rev. N. C. Wil Llsms led the devotional program. The guest speaker was o Arthur Kirkman who brought before the group some interesting questions discussed at the recent annual meeting of the National education association which he attended in Cleveland Ohio. He particularly stressed the responsibility of educators and parents in aiding youth to make adjustments to the changing economic and social order of our times. Miss Ione Lowe s third Grade won attendance honors. Business education contest scheduled for april 12-14 Greensboro March 16 a the annual North Carolina High school business education contest will be held this year april 12, 13, and of according to announcement big a Parker of the secretarial science department of woman College of the University of North Carolina who is the mate contest manager. Or. And mrs. Forrest shit Ford i of Raleigh w to formerly lived in High Point last night were visitors to this City where they attended the anniversary Patty of the american legion held at Blair Park clubhouse. Or. Shuford is now state commissioner of labor. Dan Arden. Or. Student at n. C. State College. Raleigh is spending the Spring holidays Here with his parents. Or. And mrs. Dan Arden on Chandler Street. A mrs. C. F. Tomlinson spent yesterday afternoon in Thomasville where she spoke in the interest of the cooperative concert association s drive now underway Here before the Fine arts department of the woman a club. A a misses Erma suits Isabel Boyles Lillian Yow and Cather be Blalock left this afternoon for Raleigh. They will attend As delegates from the Thomasville City schools the North Carolina educational association meeting March 16-18. They expect to return saturday afternoon. The event is an a assembled contest in the nature of competitive examinations open to All students taking business subjects in the High schools of North Carolina tents will be Given in first and second year bookkeeping first and second year shorthand first and second year Type waiting salesmanship general business and business Law. Tests will be mailed by the contest manager to the schools participating and will lie Given in the presence of a committee to All students in the class participating in each event. Award will lie Given to the schools and to the individual winners. This is the second year of the contest under the management of or. Parker. Approximately 5,000 students participated last year and indications Are that More schools and More students will enter thin year than any year in the history of Tho event. Charlotte Man held in City jail today a Man booked As James Bland. I 38, of Charlotte was arrested at a Wrenn Street Pool room yester a Day afternoon and charged with i having in his Possession obscene literature. He remained in jail this morning in default of a $300 Bond while i officers conferred with the prosecuting attorney in regard to the legality of other articles found in his Possession at the time of the arrest. I Benefit program at Junior High school a. Coke Cecil local druggist put on a Benefit magician performance at the Junior High school yesterday morning in the interest of raising funds for athletic equipment for the schools playgrounds. A Small admission fee was charged and the proceeds turned Over to the school. The performance has been a regular feature put on by or. Cecil at the local school for a number of years. Special Friday and saturday Only one lot new Spring blouses newest styles and colors values up to $1.95. Sale Price. 79c a. ,0\y.j sport jackets $1 a n r p q q r q Cru cd do $3 a a styles and colors see our Beautiful Spring line of Coats suits dresses hats Etc. Peggy Anne Shoppe 122 South main St. Ram event you la never Forgit values Voit can t beat anniversary Pic i i Mph Jim ammi1 a a a Sprik a up at Penne is and Here s your Chance to do it at a real saving we be repriced a group of 25 mens Spring suits at Only Jap and i used to be such a sausage in this dress look at the fat in be lost now you fan a lib Down your fact and j figure without Alrick dieting or Baek break j aug exercise. Just cat sensibly arum take 4 mar Mola Tablet a a according to the directions. Naimola tablets in it been sold to the i Public for More than thirty year. More than Twenty million boar have been distributed during that period. Mar Mola is not intended As a cure All for All ailments. This advertisement is intended Only for fat persons who Are Normal and j hcs Luhv otherwise and whose fatness ii i Raused by a reduction in the secretion front the thyroid gland hypothyroidism Witk a it Komi it any int subnormal metabolic rates no other representation is made As to this treatment except under these conditions and according to the dosage As recommended. We do not make any diagnosis As that is the function of your physician who must be consulted for that purpose the formula is included in every package. Start with mar Mola today and win the slender Lovall figure that is rightfully your we re celebrating our 37th year with a store full of the most sensational bargains you be Ever seen bargains for you your Home and your family bargains in every department. Lots of unadvertised features too it will pay you to come in men s unions. 37c Spring weight Union suits of ribbed Cotton. Short sleeves ankle length. Comfortable and Well made buy save net panels. 77c Gay Novelty nets at a remarkably Low Price some have fancy Borders others allover designs bedspreads. Is. Towels Penney s 37th anniversary saves you Money Cotton colonial spreads in attractive Jacquard designs. Scalloped Edge. In Rich colors. S0�?T�?Txl05&Quot. A big value big savings for you blankets o i o r f ii plaids strip d it n t e r s with Borders my smart mild colors with Borders ii to 17�?Ti43�?�. 4 for 37 the Best shirt buy in All High Point our famous Topflight shirts you will want first Choice of our big attractive selection Whites smartest patterns and tasteful solid a hades All fast Colon nut raft starch Tess Colars attached. Now Here a a value that will make All High Point sit up and take notice Wash frocks 2. For s warm Fluffy Blanket Uke these Are almost unheard of for so Little Money attractive a Tel plaid with serv Ceable stitched ends. Size. 68�?~x78�?~. Like a breath of Spring styled by Austelle dresses a new styles a new prints anniversary features a Low priced 80 Square Percale color fast one of the Moat outstanding groups of dresses you be Ever seen for so Little Money they re Well made and so nicely trimmed there Are styles colors and sizes for ally but they la sell fast come right in for yours if you Don t want to be disappointed 14-52. Rhea re Dainty n d feminine with All the lure of Spring Lovely colors and smart styles remarkable at this Price sizes for All pm worsted Cashmere lights or darks single breasted double breasted what a saving a really unbelievable buy come in and see for yourself what style Quality Aud All round values Are offered in these Superb suit there so fit every taste lights darks single and double breasted a Ami they re priced to fit eve Kuy my Keljook a companion buy whose Quality is known in High Point our famous craftsman shirts a Woven Kaurich a Kaneo a com hunk i a full Mauk Only one table of this special buy solids stripes checks and figures with Jap no Craft or soft collars Sixes for All Penne y s r can acc pc of pan a into. To. A Ted a High Point s Thrift store a Newm kor miss High Point girl a All occasion new Rayons refreshing styles including Basque Waist plenty of pleats and cunning boleros. Sizes to 16. Styled kor Suring by Brentwood dresses $1.98 now Rayons men a Colo fast dress shirts in Rich Rayon crepes in new prints and solid shades. Many delightful styles sizes for All Spruce up its Spring new assortment menus sport Rhey re really marvels at this Price All the popular patterns wit no Craft collars attached c in i a j j a a c a Tho newest thing in style a Pleat of drape Model with self Belt spun Ray on and Cotton blends slide fasten r fronts n n e n n e y com a n y shop p e n n e y s a Mirn

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