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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 19, 1939, High Point, North Carolina No Koi r Sec. The High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of a Ilion Point North Caro Ina sunday Mardi 19, 1939 Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 45s8 social and dial Sec Taviti its hours 8 30 . To 12 noon j saturdays 8 30 . To 6 . X e. Missionary women hold zone meeting at Asheboro wednesday one year old a so Kho to March 18.�? Spe a a Quot How can we remain Brist a tis unless we enc on message to our next door neighing. The nations across the sea a i it in a it i mrs. Ii. W. Mccain of High Point when Che spoke on t i mesday morning before a Nee Ting of the third zone of t a unborn int rut of f lit met to list episcopal woman a Mission iry society which was held in lie Asheboro m. E. Church. She then went or to speak on he spiritual life program and planned its objectives. Its Fol Oner Ehe lest l lied a a a group c people who Are hungering and Titrating after a deeper knowledge of the Way of Christ after her talk the group voted to hold a Retreat at sunny a res near Winston Salem in the i. Delegates elected from Thi Rii Quot Trio. Were mis. J r. Hauser if Liberty. Mrs. M. W. Parrish if Asheboro mrs. John Riehm i Ramseur and mix. F. A. Long of Greensboro. Or j. C. Cox of Ramseur was elected alternate Delegate. An invitation was extended by him. J. C. Williams to have the a next zone meeting held at Beth Feodis by any m. I. Church near Liberty. This was accepted. Seventeen churches were represented at this meeting. Rev. H. P. Powell pastor of the local Church welcomed the delegates and gave a Whorf talk and prayer. Mrs. C. A. Hayworth president of the Asheboro woman s missionary society extended and welcomed and mrs. J. C. Cox of Ramseur responded. Mrs. W. T. Powell of High Point District Secretary made an excellent report of the Council meeting of women from the whole Southern methodist Church held in Ashville last week. A Solo. A god so loved the world a from a by Steiner was Sung by mrs. John Riehm of Ramseur. Then mrs. Mccain made her talk on spiritual life program. Mrs. J. E. Wool sey of High Point thanked the membership for so graciously presenting her with a life membership Button. Mrs. Mccain then spoke again. On the social welfare work of the missionary societies. She urged that influence he brought to hear against untruthful liquor advertisements and that the auxiliaries seek out unfortunate children in their Community to encourage and help. She also Parent teachers prepare for Anua health examination of school children Denton basketball team banquet held members receive letters one year old Passarette amp a i Jmst % v in a Piet ii i it i above is Carole Schram daughter of or. And mrs. La. K. Schram of Triangle Lake who was one year old on March 15. A photo by Stone St Indio i fun not a feel free comfortable look slim Lithe tiny Quot waisted. U ear a \ As Zarette soother foundation Doe to much for your figure so pleasantly. No other foundation wears to Well washes so easily. J air far of a oar a Mot t % Ltd. A it i Andretic . ,. $5 Arle i no of turf rho Mien to tilth fail fashioned per my fitting uplift. 12.50 juju it. To j suggested that examination of the county jails and prison farms might h and to great improvements. She suggested that the wages and hours of those who work on farms and in Homes be investigated to see if these people make enough Money to live decent lives. A if you can to pay your Cook enough let her have Shorter hours so that she May make a Little extra elsewhere a she advised. Mrs. O. P. Ader of Coleridge a. In charge of the pledge service at which the societies each year make their pledges for missionary work. She praised All those a who take it upon themselves to see that another human being has a Chance Quot following the meeting mrs. Hayworth invited the delegates to be social room of the Church where luncheon a served. The Randolph Library club met tuesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. W. J. Armfield with mrs Russell Parks As associate hostess. During the business , everal new members were elected and plans were discussed As to Way an Means for raising funds to furnish the new Library rooms in the Muni Cipal building. It was announced that 28 new books have arrived in the Library and More Are being ordered. After the business session sandwiches Tea and cookie were served. A plans for War Mother Day Hume Day May 8th, when red twp nations will be sold were i made tuesday afternoon by a handful of the Randolph county american War mothers when they met at the Home of mrs. A 8. Lewis. Several of the member were unable to attend Beaume of illness j after plans for the Sale of he carnations were completed ice Cream and cake were served. Or. V. A. Edwards pub. Dir Goldsboro. March 18.�? bravely americans annual crop of six year Olds marches up to be thumped poked stuck and otherwise examined at the pre school clinics conducted each Spring by the Parent teacher association. This round up method is discovering defects in children about to enter school affording an Opportunity to Correct these defects and bring sub Normal children up to Standard assuring a better Start for school life than heretofore. Mrs. Marde Baynor for of Kinston is . A. State chairman of this movement designated throughout the nation As the summer round up of pre school children. Or. Foy has the Active support of . A. Units in several Hundred North Carolina communities and Between now and the close of the present school year it is estimated that five thousand children will be examined by competent doctors and nurses. Because it is easier to get Chil bands these clinics Are held in Dren together before school Dis March or april there is then a period of several months before september in which diseased tonsils May be removed bad Teeth repaired underweight remedied Glass fitted and other adjustments made which May mean the margin Between Success and failure when the child begins his school life. Small pox vaccination diphtheria immunization and tuberculin tests Are Given on the spot at the clinics. Clyde a. Erwin state superintendent of Public instruction says a the physical examination of the pre school child and the remedial work done a a followup of the examination have proved themselves in educational values Over and Over again As each beginner experiences a real readiness for school or. J. Huren Sidbury. President of the s. C. Medical society is likewise enthusiastic a to enter children in the schools physically fit with All defects corrected protected against All possible infections diseases is indeed a most worthwhile . I wish especially to commend . A for its stand on the diphtheria immunization in Many hamlets and cities this is the first medical examination that some of the children know. In an Ideal health state periodic examinations would follow at regular intervals and preventive Medicine would often make unnecessary remedial treatment. Statistics show that barely one third of clinic chairman Denton March 18.�? special a the basketball team of Denton High school gave their annual banquet tuesday night. Coach Willis Campbell introduced the toastmaster Captain Joe Cranford. Impromptu speeches were made by each of the Hall players. Letters were presented and the Farewell address was Given by principal of h. Smith. A dinner w As served to the following Colon Yates Mac Cranford Billy Shaw Willis Campbell and Mary Kathryne Gilmore Walter Ray Thompson and Blanche Beck full. Smith Junior Lomax and Virginia h. M. Stroupe. Or. And Sybil Crotts Bobby Wilkins and Kathleen Surratt Joe Cranford and Fannie Mae Wilkins Roy Snider and Wilma Shaw. Myron Wade Sexton Hoyt Loftin and Cleo Snider. A the select dress of the week a striking 2-piece die with pin Stripe jacket. Come in Navy and White $19.95 Lizzie Gooch Lizzie Gooch Arcade building 1111111111 i i i 111 i 11111111111111111111111111111111 Arcade building 111111111111111111111111111 to 1111111111111111111 a nominating committee including my. Clarence Lovett. Mrs. W. F. Redding. Jr., and miss Ina Cockerell was selected tuesday afternoon at an executive meeting of the Park Street p. T. A to choose a rooster of i Iff jeers to be presented at the Lext formal meeting of tile or i sanitation tuesday afternoon j March 21, at the school. A musical program will be presented at this coming meeting with i Grace Van Dyke Moore of woman a College i Greensboro speaking on a music in the and the fifth Grade giving some choral num a in in a a a Mumm in in in m in a a notice to the Public relative to new Telephone directory the new Telephone directory goes to press March 20th please Call 2429 tomorrow and report any mistakes in. Telephone number name initials or address in your listing in the present directory. Look up your name in the present directory and report tomorrow any inaccuracy of you do not have a Telephone this would be a Good time to have one installed so you will he listed in the new directory. More than 5, xxx others find a Telephone most valuable you would too. Thomasville Telephone subscribers please dial 385 North state Telephone co. A in in in in a Liers miss Marian Watson is program chairman mrs. J. H. Wrap a Host or s tuesday afternoon to the member of her Rook club at her Homo on the f Armer Road. Three tables were placed for Tho club members and one visitor. Mrs. M. I. Ellis in rooms Otio Rou with a variety of Spring Flower a color scheme of Green and yellow predominated in the scorecards and other decorations and ice Cream cake and Coffee were served. Mrs. Leard Brown Winner of High score for the afternoon received a pair of Hose and mrs. R. F. Ruth second High Winner. Received in apron. Visitors prize was a Linen handkerchief. Mary Elizabeth Wall honoree at party on her twelfth birthday or. And mrs. 8. B. Wall entertained at their Home. 1128 Campbell Street wednesday night in Honor of their daughter Mary , who celebrated her 12th birthday. During the evening games and contests Yere enjoyed after which ice Cream and cake were served to the following Betty Wade Nancy White Betty Williams. Nannie Lee Coggins Marilyn Collin Betty Lou Nance Mary Wade Bettyjo Hedrick Betsy Williams Esther Marie f ree Betty Lee leis Poindexter Ann Atman Doris Peacock. Jackie Gregory Pauline Perdue rub Gregory Al via be Rollins. Wanda Lee Hooper h. J. Stepp. George Harbinson Don Hullo Charles Harbinson Leonard Sugg Paul Williamson. Bill Hedrick. Kenneth Poindexter Charlie faster and mrs. E. R. Hedrick aunt of the honoree. A a a Book club s luncheon wednesday at Home of mrs. R. S. Lafferty the wednesday Rook club will be entertained by mrs r. S. Lafferty at her Home on Louise Avenue i at the regular meeting this week i when mrs. Kenneth Redman anti mrs. A. E. Taplin will serve As associate hostesses with mrs. Lafferty. The meeting will take the form of the usual luncheon and will get underway at 12 30 of clock according to an announcement made yesterday. Return from wedding trip to Florida cities or. And mrs. Edwin c. Rankin. Jr., returned last night from their wedding trips to Southern Points during which they visited Florida cities. They spent the greater part of the time in Miami. A mrs. J. W. F Embrough or. Has been called to Savannah. A. To the bedside of her brother in Law a. Wmorehouse or. Who has been critically 111 for some time. Mrs. Maude a nor Foy of Kinston chair limn of the summer round up for the North Carolina Congress of Parent and teachers who is in charge of the pre school clinic movement which will is inaugurated shortly in schools of the state. The children in whom defects Are found have these defects corrected by physician or dentist it is easier to advise a Parent to have a child s defects corrected than it is to Tell the Parent How to get Money for the necessary treatment. The comparative rarity of children free from defect is shown by the Scarcity of those with one Hundred per cent ratings. The state Board of health assists . A. In every possible Way Public health service often makes treatment possible where funds Are lacking. Records compiled Are proving of inestimable value in the history of contagious diseases in North Carolina. Private physicians and nurses donate their services when these annual clinics Are held and . A. Members act As escorts and record keepers. If next september. Tar Heel youngsters enter school with needed corrective work undone it will not be because mrs Foy and her p to. A. Lieutenants have failed to find the defects and Call them to the attention of parents of these boys and girls. Domino club has Saint Patrick s Day Bridge party Flaur to Oles of Aridge w Ere in play at Blair Park clubhouse Friday evening when member. Of the Domino club and guests made up the players. Tallies and refreshment emphasized the Saint Patrick a Day Motif. Mrs. Paul Ruth was awarded the prize for ladies High score a Novelty plate to Dave Alexander went a Carton or cigarettes is menus High acor prize. Those present were miss Anna f3isaheth Kearns and Jimmie Sloop miss Marths Larrett and Dave Alexander. Miss Tove monday and Elwood Jones mid fld the Crooks and Nick Bam Halls or. And or. Claude Smith or. And mrs. Robert Guarino or. And mrs. Paul Ruth. Jimmy Murr Young son of or. And mrs. F rank Murr returned to his Home in Thomasville yesterday after spending the week with his aunt mrs John Kilburn or. Howell Snyder and daughter Joanna have returned Home after spending several Days the past week in High Point the guests of or. And mrs. A. R. Hussey. Or. And mrs. Garland Morris and son Dale mrs. R. L. Penry and children spent sunday afternoon in Greensboro the guests of mrs. Penry a sister mrs. A. H. Quale. Misses Lerleen Covington and Lillian Elliott spent the weekend in Albemarle the guests of friends. Miss Kathleen Frank spent the week end in Greensboro with her sister. Miss faille Mae f rank. Miss Bertha Gallimore spent the week end in Lexington with her sister. Edward Loftin of Greensboro spent sunday Here with his grandparent. Or. And mrs. E. If. I often. Buren Peacock of Thomasville spent the week end Here with his Mother mrs. B. A. Peacock. Miss Mary Gilmore spent the singers will meet at school today Piedmont singers a foliation to hold meeting Here the Piedmont singers association will hold its first meeting of the current year at the senior High school auditorium this Ai Ter noon. Beginning at 1 30 of clock. A varied program will lie rendered during the afternoon under the direction of Bill Burton assisted by Rop Triplett. Featuring the program will be the appearance of the rangers quartet from Texas widely known musical group which is giving concert in North and South Carolina at the present time. This group participated in the Texas Centennial Celebration for an entire season. Other outstanding musical groups will also participate in the afternoon a a program to which a Liger and the general Public Are invited. They will include among others the Hedgecock slaters. Piedmont male quartet. Central Carolina quartet Silvertone girls. Hartford quartet Winston Salem. Evangelistic quartet dih Tiger quartet. Carolina rangers gospel Mincer and others. Surgeons use silk for sewing up wounds Mountain limbers for their lifelines aviators for their parachutes and for the suspension cords of their harness fishermen for their strongest lines and artillery its As powder casing for great Cannon. Week end in Wadesboro with her parents. Archie Honbarrier and Austin Blackwelder of High Point spent sunday Here with friends. Or. And mrs. Clay Loftin and children of Greensboro spent sunday Here with or. And or. C. Bisher. Or. And mrs. Walter Walker and children of High Rock were the sunday guests of or. And mrs. C. Al Clyatt. Miss Pauline Sexton of Asheboro spent the we Eek end Here with friends. Miss Josephine Hill spent the week end in Albemarle the guest of minis Beulah Stallings. Or. And mrs. John met Heel and family spent sunday in High Point the guest of or. And mrs. Vernon Nance. Or. And mrs. Howard Russell and daughters Ruth and Barbara of High Point spent sunday afternoon Bort the guests of or. And mrs. A. L. Hill. Mrs. T. We Mitchel spent sunday afternoon with her Sider mrs. Tally who is a patient in Wesley Long Hospital Greensboro. Dick Penry has returned to his work in Thomasville after boing out three weeks due to an operation for appendicitis. Misses f Rona i a fakers Martha Moore and or. George brawn All of Lincolnton were sunday guests of miss Sybil Knight. Miss Bertha Gallimore spent the week end in Lexington the guest of her sister mrs. Z. B. F Ulbright. Miss Kathleen Frank spent the week end in Greensboro. The guest of her sister i Sally Mac Frank. Miss Lillian Al i lot t spent the week end in Albemarle visiting friends. Miss Lerleen Covington spent the week end in Albemarle visiting her grandmother. Mrs. H. N. Phillips reported improved at Duke Hospital friends of mrs. H. N. Phillips of this City who has been a patient at Duke Hospital Durham. Since monday will be glad to learn that she is reported to be getting along nicely. She is expected to return some Tine next week Rev. D. V. Howell Breaks leg in fall at Church Rev. I. V. Howell Jastor of Calvary methodist Church,.suffered a broken right leg in a fall at the Church yesterday afternoon. Or. Howell wan taken in Yow ambulance to Guilford general Hospital where his injury was treated and he was later returned to his residence at the Church parsonage on Thissell Street. During automobile races where cars Are driven at top Speed Over Long periods of time tire casings and tubes often become vulcanized solidly together. Dairying is new Yolk s largest and most widespread Industry. Holland noted for it milk and Dairy products does not compare i with new York in this respect. A Jack Roy Whitley pictured above la celebrating Hift it birthday today. Iii is the son of or and mrs. I. S. Whitley route two. Sigma Alpha Phi banquet and dance held last evening members of the Sigma Alpha Phi sorority of High Point College gave a delightful Spring banquet and dance saturday evening in the o. Henry hotel ballroom in Greensboro. A Large number of guests attended tile dance at which time Tai Henry and his orchestra played. The following members and their guests attended the banquet Jacqueline Kinney of Salisbury with a Dody Quot Furr of High Point Frances Muse of Carthage with Allen Thacker of High Point Dixie Thomas with Edgar Snider both of High Point Nancy Parham of Henderson with c. W. Martin of High Point Lucille Ingram wit to Charles Harville both of High Point father Moran of Torrington conn., with Holland Brinkley of Lexington miss Becky Coble of Haw River with a trip Quot Lawing of Lincolnton Verel Ward of Liberty with g. I. Humphrey of High Point Banks Apple of High Point with Jerry count Ian of Freeport. N. A Helen Waller of Kinston with i Ivin Lewis of Winston Salem. Hetty Beck rest of High Point with f rank Hartman of ad-3 info Betsy Dean Wagger of High Point with Lloyd Johnson of i ii Square Mildred Marsh of High Point with f Ank Heg of Lexington Jane Attalla of High Point with Arch Williams Doi Mccall with Carey i detion both of High Point Lucille Johnson of Winston Salem with whizzes White of Roanoke rapids Rachel Spain hour of win Ston Salem with Dan Sharpe t i Greensboro Wilma sink wit is Porter Hauser both of Winston Salem Dorothy Wiggins with t. W. Knit. Both of Henderson. Chaperone included miss Vera idol honorary member or. And mrs. J. H. Allred and Walter Fleischl in. Or. Dorothy Rogers remain ill at her Home 812 of at losing ton Avenue where he has been con fled to bed for the Pat this weeks. Done Tiit Sun Darken a too dark ton to skin spoil your chances for Romance. Lighten skin �01 ail. To i y we h or. F4 f t i Rory a Kin wit tuner Hriar nature for plur dark a Miter pm us lib try and Jour a pm took in it Hor i a i a a Why Wash at Home when Damp Wash is so cheap up a a a each lbs our additional Pound shirts wished 9c Fach additional a Kin link your pm i a ofter. Me 1 fear . Free Sun tit and or ptr1 d,.frdp. A prod. Of olt Atlanta. A. A Sofik Gre 1 i by it f a qty proof Cleam Hig garages laundry High Point s Only soft water laundry a a Cri y a a a gaffafe.-, it Only 3 Days Moke of daggers ladies shop bankrupt a everything must be sold by wednesday March Twenty second there Are yet some extra Good bargains in this Stock remember no further Price reductions daggers ladies shop All sales Only

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