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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 26, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Wow wow a Yew social and club activities scouting for orders line Hoover editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a. M. To 17 m ,.s�?~.sv.v.w.waa a s r. A. Herring elected president Paauw or. Clyde Milner speaker social Calendar is r a herring was elected that contribute most to making Ider of he local Branch of this particular experience of the \ Meric an association of uni-1 greatest value he listed As follows it women at the regular one a an Opportunity to see life Tine at the Home of mrs. H. A. On a different plane and to he a i Lindsay Street last eve part of an entirely different group or Clyde a. Milner Lor culture the historical spots. Guilford College. The traditions and literature of other countries Are a Rich heritage not Only to the natives of those countries but for students from other countries As Well Aud the Freedom of the scholar to study what he wishes and with whom he chooses is an enviable experience. Announcement was made of the business session annual meeting of a. A. To w. Branches throughout the state which will be held in Raleigh on april 26 and 27. Miss Vera idol associate hostess with mrs. White assisted her in serving russian Tea and wafers to the members and guests. In a e. In on when Biden of in to the group on rile Oppio ties afforded by study sign other officers int Hided mrs. Shipman vice president mrs. J h. Ford Secretary and mrs. A. Hall. Jr., try Laurar. Mra. The retiring president was Zuj chair for the election his address or. Milner pm sized personality expansion As of the greatest problems of in and stressed foreign stud me of the Best Means of such a a Loument. The three factors i scouts annual cookie Sale gets Ider Way today lasts through april4 icon Ting for customers became Hie aim in life for High to a girl scouts today As the Lual girl scout cookie Sale got Verway. To continue through it out have s double m entire this years Campaign a the fee offered for highest sales the knowledge that the Money ired from the Campaign will he a a nest egg from which will in the funds for the eventual Iblis ment of a a Little House girl scout Headquarters. The ittle House is the dream of by girl scout organization give the scouts a clubhouse and quarters peculiarly their own. Which varied activities May he a led on. Scouts Are soliciting orders for the cookies which Bear the girl scout Trefoil Emblem from today through april 4 the orders will be filled by reputable bakeries selected by the National organization in Chicago and deliveries will he made on april 12 and 13. Mrs. Royster to it Ker Gill scout commissioner is serving As co unrepresentative on the cookie Sale committee with mrs. John s. Pickett a general chairman. Mrs. Harry doctor also a Council member will be in charge of distribution. And other members of the cookie Sale committee Are mesdames r. S. Lafferty. P. He Dalton and mrs. Edgar Snider of the leaders association. Men of Moose to serve another chapter nights of. I mrs. Strickland attends meeting. Series of posture drills which will be held at the David Chauns audio at 7 30 tonight under the direction of mra. Walter York. I miss Gladys Richardson ritual chairman is sponsoring the posture contest of which this it a part. A tuesday 6 15 p. business and professional women s club will meet at the W. C. A. For its weekly dinner and program meeting. 6 30 p. the Althusa club will have a dinner meeting at the Sheraton hotel when or. R. A. Herring will be guest speaker. Two club members mrs. Mabel Burnett and mrs. Mabel Hargett will supplement his talk each telling of her own work. Wednesday i p. twentieth Century study club will have a luncheon at the Home of mrs. J. W. Thomas on Ottery drive. 3 30 to 5 30 p. woman s club will entertain with a Golden Jubilee Tea at the local W. C. A. In Observance of the fiftieth birthday of the general federation. Thursday to a. In. The fatty american arts club will hold a business meeting at the Home of mrs. W. C. Idol on Gilcrest drive instead of at the Home of miss Mary Munyan As scheduled. 3 p. . A. B. Elam will entertain the social arts club at her Home on Monthey Avenue. 3 30 p Tea and topics club will meet with mrs. Horace Haworth at her Home on Edge Dale drive with the hostess in charge of a program on Mexico Friday 3 p. . Fred Thomas will he hostess to the Priscilla club at her Home on Forest Hill drive. 7 30 p. Marjorie Fluke Field representative of the National federation of business and professional women a clubs will speak at a dinner meeting of the local club at the Elwood hotel. Saturday 9 30 p. In. A the regular March dance of the Emery Wood country club will be held at the clubhouse in the form of a a gone with the wind costume Hall with prizes for Best costume. John Peddicord and his orchestra will furnish music. Umi like this were expected to be repeated allo or High now until april i a More than Khi girl scouts sallied too i the allium girl scout Rookie Sale proceeds of this year go to a fund for a a a Little above Harrison member of troop no. A makes her first Sale b. Kirkman prominent club woman and one of High Wisconsin group considers Farley in race double funeral Fri a for father son cup the scenes Point from Forth today which will i Ila Paige to or. 4, Points oldest and most beloved residents. Prise but Smiths studio photo for the enter , j Jai cd Onmon life of an actress is much too one sided for rising Young stars of the theatre new literature Hills parly chairman As president s opponent by w. B. Ragsdale Washington. March 26.-�?Campaign literature with still fresh Ink already is telling Wisconsin democrats that James a. Farley is a candidate against president Roosevelt. It is being distributed by a group which Calls itself the democratic party organization of Wisconsin and which has filed a slate of delegates pledged to support or. Roosevelt or a successor of his own choosing. Quotes statement one paragraph quotes the recent Farley statement at Springfield. Mass., that a frankly and without reservation my name will be presented to the democratic convention at the literature adds a the is therefore a candidate against the slate is one of three in the democratic Field in Wisconsin. One is a delegation pledged to vice president Garner. The second is that brought out by Charles e. Broughton of Sheboygan National committeeman and called the officially endorsed Roosevelt Farley delegates. Both the Broughton delegation and the Roosevelt to the bitter end group Alem aking an especially Broad Appeal to Wisconsin progressives to come into the democratic primary and vote for their slate. Broughton has said he hoped to get the progressive support. Reactionary group the other group Calls both the Broughton and the Garner delegations reactionary say the Broughton and gainer democrats Are the ones who have voted with republicans in the legislature at Madison and adds a in our opinion. Senator la Follette is the Best Democrat in the United states Senate. True. He has not supported the president on All of his measures but on important Domestic issues he has not Only supported him hut has Bene an outstanding Champion of the presidents new Deal program. George Sparks sergeant and 60-year-old son dead in Greensboro special to the Enterprise Greensboro March 26. A a double funeral will be held Here wednesday morning at la of clock for George Sparks sergeant. 87, and Harry sergeant his 60-year-old son. The former died at his Home Here last night the latter died at St. Leos Hospital monday morning after a heart attack. The elder or. Sergeant came to this City in 1 869 from Wilmington. Del., and with his father established the sergeant manufacturing company makers of Iron products. He was president of the concern when it discontinued business three years ago. City Pioneer he was said to be the first person to install electric lights in Greensboro the first to own a Telephone and the first to own a bicycle in this City. Or sergeant senior had served several terms As City Alderman and had been chairman of the City Hoard of education. He was a member of the latter Board when Greensboro adopted the graded school system. Surviving the elder or. Sergeant Are two sister. Mrs. W. R. Odell of Durham and mrs. E. M. Andrews of Greensboro a brother j. J. Sergeant of this City another son v. C. Sergeant and two daughters. Mrs. Charles Sisson and mrs. W. J. Sherrod All of this City. The younger Man is survived by his brother and Sisters. A rim in. Is in Chapel Hill Chapel Hill. March 26.-�? to a senator h styles Bridges a Noa presidential candidate. Will speak Here tonight under the auspices of the Carolina political Union. Boston March up a Here a a Ray of cheer for the College graduate of 1040. A Job possibilities for the seniors appear the brightest in three prof. Horace cd Thacker head of the vocational department at Boston University a College of business administration said today. A to Date University placement figures Are 23 it or cent higher than last year. A the Large corporations Are expanding their training pvt ians to meet Winston Salem. March 26. A up a Jason e. Buff of Hickory. Grand Chancellor will speak at a knights of pythias meeting Here thursday night. Pull the trigger on i constipation and pepsin ize acid stomach too when constipation brings on acid indigestion bloating dizzy spells Gas coated Tongue sour taste and bad breath your stomach is probably loaded up with certain undigested food and your bowels Don t move. So you need both pepsin to help break up fast that Rich undigested food in your stomach and laxative Senna to pull the trigger on those Lazy bowels. So be sure your laxative also contains pepsin. Take or. Caldwell a laxative because it syrup pepsin helps you gain that wonderful stomach com fort while the laxative Senna moves your bowels. Tests prove the Power of pepsin to dissolve t Hose lumps of undigested protein food which May linger in your stomach to Ca use belching gastric acidity and nausea. This is How pepsin izing your stomach helps relieve it of such distress. At the same time this Medicine Wake up Lazy nerves and Muscles in your bowels to relieve your constipation. So see How much better you feel by taking Hie laxative that also puts pepsin to work on that stomach discomfort too. Even finicky children love to taste this pleasant family laxative. Buy or. Caldwell s laxatives Senna with syrup pepsin at your druggist today in in in a r eyes examined a he local chapter of the Moore will have an Ler of a series of chapter it programs at the Moose Hall a Orrow evening of 7 30, when Myrtle therrell social ser chairman. Will he in charge. Lira. Therrell has arranged for Jacal special musical numbers there will be a guest speaker one of the social agencies in City. Following the program res ments will he served in attention of chapter Mentis also called to the last of get direct Relief from discomforts. Rub Throat Chest Back with clinic tested Ficks Vaporis mrs. Geddie Strickland of this City is in Greensboro today for a conference with several other official of the North Carolina federation of women s flub in connection with the annual convention of the federation which will he held at the King Cotton hotel in Greensboro april 29 through May 3. Mrs. Strickland is attending the meeting in her capacity As third vice president and chairman of departments of the federation. Other officers present include mrs. John d. Robinson of Wallace federation president and mrs. P. R. Rankin of mount Gilead federation treasurer. They with mrs. Strickland Are conferring with mrs. W. W. Whaley general convention chairman and her various committees. Awa Pentagon girls to meet tonight the regular meeting of the Domino club will be held at the Home of miss love monday on Lindsay Street tonight at 7 45 aaa Domino club to meet this evening miss hostess club at Avenue regular Earlina Moor will he to the girls Pentagon her Home on Woodrow tonight St 7 30 for the meeting. Walter Johnson pitched no hit game july i 1920. One end of month Sale All Tweed Coats reduced Coats v formerly priced j19.95, $21.95, s22 95 n0ws1695 6 costume suits silk dresses with Wool coat $29.95 \ allies now $222 5 $35.00 and $30.50 \ allies now $32.50 one group dresses reduced Lizzie Gooch % Arcade building about people Tarter Farriss of new York j City arrived this morning to spend a week As the guest of his Mother i mrs. R. K Stewart at her Home on West Farriss Avenue. Also a i guest i mrs. Margaret Gedney of new York. Aaa easter visitors from High Point a to Charleston s. A included or. I and mrs. Thaddeus m Urray and daughter Shirley Delaine mrs. I Carrie Thomas. Carolyn Thomas j wheless and Dorothy Louise Thomas. While there they attend de easter services at Citadel Square Baptist Church of which they were formerly member. Aaa or. And mra. Clifford k leh j Mann were called to Buffalo n. J y., today by the sudden death of i or Fiehmann s Mother. Mra. J. H. A Lehmann at her Home there. I funeral arrangements had not j j been completed w Hen they left High Point. Aaa or. And mrs c. Ccharles and sons foil and Jack spent the a easter holidays in Washington. D. J i cd a w Here they yesterday attended the egg rolling on the White House Lawn. They were at com panted by or and mrs. Durant Williams aaa mra. E e Seaton Bach of this City la a patient at the University i of Tennessee Hospital where she is undergoing observation and treatment and will remain there for at least to Days. Her son or. Willis Seua Enach. Is connected with the University Hospital. Aaa mrs. C n. Royal was called to Lumberton today by the serious illness of her sister mrs. J. H. Barrington. Aaa miss maty sue Briggs student at Converse College who spent easter with her patents. Or. And mrs. J. Gurney Briggs Here left last night for new York City where she will he the guest of or. And mrs. John Gurney Briggs jr., for tile remainder of the Spring holidays. She will return to Spartanburg sunday. Cotillion club s easter dance in Thomasville thursday by Rith Millett there is a new Type of actress on Broadway. Shes As different from the traditional sophisticated Glamor dripping Star As Fried eggs Are from caviar. She is the fresh Young girl just out of school who has a Good Well rounded education and nothing that resembles temperament. She looks on acting As a Job. Not a Way of life. She is getting Good parts and is ambitious for better ones. But she does t eat sleep and think the theater 24 hours a Day. She is typified by Peggy French Mot a stage name youngest i e and la egg it French no Broadway at the present time. Peggy is 18. Like most 18-year-Olds. She lives at Home. Also like most 18-year-Olds, she is still in school. No sleeping until noon because she is an actress. Peggy is up and attending classes at Columbia University Early in the Day. Afternoons she stops training her mind Long enough to train Marathon swimmer a forced to give up i glasses fitted or. Nat Walker her toes and her vocal cords j she. And she says a Good Many i other Young actresses have rebelled against the one sided exist i a Nee that most stage stars Lead. I Quot i m so afraid 1 11 get like that that i have made definite rules for Peggy told me backstage at a a the weak her current play. Keeps her personal life separate from stage a for instance i wont let myself read one Light Frothy Hook until i be read two Good books that i think will teach me something. Quot i Don t Date actors because i Don t want to sit around and talk shop Alle coing a i continue to live with Ray family because i want a regular Home life not the haphazard existence so Many actors and actresses fall into. A in a faking courses in English and philosophy not because i expect them to help me As an actress but because i want to be a Well rounded Parson Able to think and talk about something besides myself Quot i done to kid myself that my life is exciting or different. It in t. In a just working at a Job i happen to pretty level headed for an 18-year-old. Don t you think Church Socia minor cases heard in court session heavy week find docket continued i it ii tomorrow because of Holiday in ter Meir note e. Will Haye social the intermediate Christian Endeavor society of the first methodist Church will have a social tuesday night at 7 30 at t he coca cola bottling Plant on East Washington Street. Alt members Are urged to be present. Taxi is. M. L. Hedgecock gives easter party the sunday school class of mrs. M. L. Hedgecock was entertained at an easter party Friday after i noon at her Home on the Winston Salem Road. Spring Flowers were used for decoration and amusements for the afternoon included an egg i ordinance capias the heavy court docket Row because Day Holiday. A Short session was held today by judge d. \ Mac Rue to dispose of several minor cases. Cases disposed of this morning included the following j. L Stone Durham. Traffic week end municipal will be aired Tomor of the easter Mon Miami fla., March 26.�? pm a Marathon swimmer Paul Chot a teau. Complaining because wind of whipped Waves forced him to abandon his 71-mile splash from Rimini. Bahamas to Palm Meach i night asserted he would make a new try a was soon As pos the 24 5-Pound former concert master was making excellent time across the shark infested Gulf Stream when a rising wind kicked i up whitecaps so rough a Little boat conveying him threatened to swamp. Chotteau and the Dinghy were taken aboard the yacht sea Breeze at 9 15 p in. He had been in the water 14 hours and 7 minutes and covered approximately 33 Miles. I there had been a shark scare earlier yesterday. One of the Crea a Tures swept beneath the Bow of i the sea Bleeze and attendants leaped for their rifles. But a kill i or whale came close behind and 1 the shark raved out of sight. State deaths Elish Childress special to the Enterprise Thomasville. March 26. Elisha children. 43 Well known Man of near Thomasville died at his Homo monday night following an expended illness. He was a son of or and mrs. Ben Childress and was a native of Surry county the survivors include the wife. Or Ida Childress four sons. Wesley Willie Tom unit and Mojo or three daughters. Misses Irene. Thelma and Ruby two Brothers William and Ceph Childress both of Pilot Mountain one sister mrs leis Grant of leaks Vule. And on grandchild. Tbs body will be removed to the Home of a son. Wesley Childress. 505 Pinnacle Street in Thomasville where it will remain until the funeral hour wednesday afternoon at two o clock. The funeral service will be held at Bethel methodist Church and will be in charge of the pastor. Rev. W. M hath Burn interment will follow in fair Grove cemetery. Careful attention to phone 2962 office Over Walgreen drug few .�?T.�?�av.v.nvi.v.v.v.wannwaw.w.v. More people Are cooking with Gas today than Ever before because 1. They save on food 2. They save on fuel 3. They save on Upkeep special to the Enterprise Thomasville. March 26.the easier dance of the Thomasville i cotillion club will he held thursday night of this week at the woman s club building with Hod Williams and his orchestra furnishing the music. The hours Are announced As 9 until i of clock. The Dei orations for the dance will he in charge of the following h. It. Kyser chairman Keith Williams or. W. G. Smith t. Austin Finch and Joe Hawthorne. Club hosts include Hank Culp. Chairman j Walter Ija Beth Bill Myers Mel Mcadams and Weldon royals. Hunt and various contests. Later refreshments appropriate to the season we Ete served to the guests and favors were Backet filled with candles. It Stephens class to meet on wednesday the regular meeting of the Stephens Bible class will he held on i wednesday afternoon at 3 of clock at the Home of mrs. Charles doth 301 Woodrow Avenue. Of Marsh 52 1 North Hamilton Street operating lottery. Jury trial. Raymond Boles. 1514 Long Street violating prohibition Law. Jury trial. Claude Hayworth 712 Morris Street violating prohibition Law jury trial. Norman Owens 1700. Whitehall Street reckless driving nol pros with leave. W. O. Buie woo Forrest ave i mrs. Nora l. Andrews will Lead a Nile. Speeding jury costs j continuation of the study of the gospel of Luke. Wow Johnson St. . A to sponsor Chicken supper Friday night Welborn Danville va., driving nol pros with Cowan 801 South main traffic ordinance Eon daisies one of the most relent of Plant groups. Include More than 11.000 species spread All Over the world. Uci d ,0 0ayi or Lilly discomfort try Chichester pills for functional periodic pain and discomfort. Usually give Quick Relief. Ask your druggist for Chichester pills s a the Diamond i business Over v Brand a so years the Johnson Street school Par ent teacher association will Spon Laor a Chicken supper Friday even-1 ing at the school cafeteria for the Benefit of its free-1 unch fund. Supper w ill be served from 5 i to s p. Rn., and plates May he i obtained at a moderate Cost. Tickets Are now on Sale at the school. Revival Selix ices Thomasville. March 26. A Community methodist Church un-1 Der the director of the pastor. J Rev. J. Clyde a mail is holding revival services this week each evening at 7 30, wednesday night has been set aside As Quot every member thursday night will be Quot laymen s night and Friday night will be Quot Young people Mabel j reckless j leave. R m. Street tinned. Edward Mcrae 611 Grayson i Street assault $5 and costs Gertrude Koone Statesville j heating Board Bili. Pay half the costs and Board Hill. Woodmen meet tonight to hear of plans for banquet in Greensboro the regular meeting of the Woodmen of the world. Piedmont Camp no. 62. Here tonight will hear plans for the banquet to Honor the organizations National president de. E. Bradshaw it Greensboro april la. Members of the Greensboro Camp will be on hand to elaborate on plans. Council commander c. R Laddie will preside and More degress will be awarded. Superior court terms Convene in Greensboro both criminal and civil divisions of the Guilford Superior court convened at Greensboro this morning the former will be in session four Days with judge Hubert a. Oliver of Lexington presiding the latter for the second week of a two week session with judge j. A. Rousseau of North Wilkesboro in the chair. A m our the manslaughter charges is that against a. R. Martin of this City. Who will be tried for connection with the fatal injuries of Frances Pegg 7, in High Point october 7. When she was struck by in automobile. White Petroleum Quot Jelly Why suffer functional female complaints Lydia c. Bingham vegetable compound a helped thousands few women today do not have some sign of functional trouble. Maybe you be noticed you use of us to Ling real iras Moody nervous decreased lately a your work too much for you then try Lydia e. 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