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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 1, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page sixth High Point Enterprise Piedmont enter of Industry eth Point North Carolina monday. May i 193� social and club activities april Bride phone no 4568 Madeline Hoover editor miss Margaret Preddy becomes Bride of Harold Kearns in Church ceremony in drip ceremony in an Early morn yesterday at main treet m # t h o d i sit Episcopa cd i the the Mal in of of in Margaret. Lucille Preddy and Harold s. Kearns both of this City. Rev. N. Williams pastor of the Church officiated. In a program of wedding music Prim to the ceremony. In Wright Soprano Sang a i i Ove you in ii Quot and \ b in Fuller baritone Sang d Illarde lot s a because. A mrs Thomas Strickland was at the Organ. Palms and ferns wet combined with White carnations and lilies in an appropriate nuptial netting. The Bride was attended by her sister. Mrs. Davis Smith. Is Matron of Honor. Mrs Smith wore Blue Chiffon with an Eton jacket and carried Pink roses in an Airn bouquet the bridesmaids were miss Jolda Mac Kearns sister of the Groom and miss Dorothy Fritz who wore identical gowns of Pale Pink Chiffon with quilted Eton jackets of taffeta and carried Arm bouquets of Pink Gladioli. Little Jean Sowers Niece of the Bride was Flower girl in a dress of printed taffeta while a y Lucs. Nephew of Thev. Pc ii f Quot by in and carried the wedding ring. The brides Mother. Mrs. We v Fred is. W Ore a n of Ain. P. I in Tea Blue for Hie a Lemony n bile mrs k f in Ains. of the Groom was gowned in Navy Blue Chiffon. Both wore shoulder corsages of Talisman roses. The Best Man was Fielding Kearns brother of the Groom and Ushers were Samuel Hallam and Malcolm Kearns cousins of the Groom. Dennis Young in a f. L. Mcculloch. The Bride who was Given in Man age by her father w. W. Preddy wore a formal bridal gown of White Satin and lace. With tight fitting bodice and full skirt. The veil of bridal illusion fell from a standing Halo set with nerd pearls. Her Arm bouquet was of Calla lilies. Immediately after t it e Cere the couple left for a trip to Northern Points. They plan to visit the worlds fair while in new York City. On their return they will he at Home in High Point. For travelling. Mrs. Kearns wore a Dies Sof Blue Alpaca topped with lace. She wore a Light weight Topcoat in fuchsia with accessories of Navy and her Corsage was of Pink rosebuds. Mrs. Kearns is the youngest daughter of or. And mrs. W. It. Preddy 327 Woodrow Avenue. She received her education in the local schools and at Jones business College. For some Lime she has been employed in the offices of the Union hosiery corporation. Or. Kearns parents Are or. And mrs. E. F. Kearns of 311 Willowbrook Street. He also received his education in the local schools and for the past five years has been connected with the Globe parlor furniture com Pany where he is office Salesman. Scout Council to hold first meet the girl scout Council find meet inc of i. In n n t is held on thin Quot try in Mir a to o clock St the first presbyterian Church it Peon a bounced Bere. At this meeting mrs. Royster Tucker new girl s out com m intoned. W�1 preside for the first time. Committee appoint a a for the comme year will he Ann or Rcd and o her t ant business will be discussed eve Oak Hiu. Phil i Quot i it to have regular meet the Philathea Clas Sof Oak Hill Church will hold its regular a Inlet inc on tuesday a 7 Quot it p in. At the Home of miss Naomi Kennedy a Burton Kex tension. Joint hostesses will. Be her sister. Payne pupils give recital mrs Pell Payne presented her music pupils at new Market school in recital on Friday evening at 8 of clock. The program included piano solos duets and trios singing by the Trinity High school girls Trio and tap numbers by Nancy Fulp and Anna Lee Davis. Pupils of mrs. Payne taking part in the program were Willie Ruth Grey. Myrtle Davis. Martha Davis. Annie Shaw. Jean Davis Claudine Crisco jewel Beeson. Kila Lee Briles. Vada Redding. Vivian Ward. Cornelia Canoy Norma Caney. Beulah Tedder. Mrs. Or. Am. Prim in and miss Beulah Richie. Macdowell music club has regular monthly meeting the Macdowell music club. Composed of pupils of miss France Lewis held its monthly meeting saturday afternoon St the Home of Evelyn Hutton on the Thomasville Road. One new member Jacqueline Garner was welcomed into the dub. A study of the different to it ppe of Folk music a made Fol loved by a music program in which the following took part june Post Virginia Snyder Nancy Greer Peggy Franklin. Helen Meredith Jackie Garner and Evelyn Hutton. In a musical contest june boat and Virginia Snyder won prizes. Later the hostess served refresh ments. In Dix i Bhide Horn at Hospital or. And mrs c. P. Mcbride of 1301 silk Street announce the birth of a daughter Saundra Luverta Al the Guilford general Hospital on saturday morning. Mrs. Mcbride was formerly miss Mae Smith of Stewart a. Tomorrow. A final clearance of Black and Navy Coats. Styles you can Wear now and later. Smartest styles. A a big buy you can to afford to miss. Choice Coats Only Moffitt s 217 North main St. New under Arm Cream deodorant safely stops perspiration fir it Doe 3 m for 1. Does nor rot dresses not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. Be i to 5 Days. Remove odor from perspiration. 4. A pure w Hite greasers stainless vanishing Cream. 8. Arrid has been awarded the approval Seal of the american Institute of laundering for being Harmles to fabric. Is million Jar of attic have bean sold. Try a Jar today a ddt1x mall ski Al a kor 39e. In Al All Alora a a lying toilet tap la i or Taj s9t Jara it time to get your woo cd clothes cleaned and Moth proofed Standard 50e genuine toc plume a Milit Hig i links Only soft Svatek laundry office hours 9 a m. To 12 am agy a i in. A res Surrat in in Dos ask in a a ysbs3s Arm jump in xob8ww social Calendar monday 8 . A the musical Art club will hold its May meeting at the Emerywood country club. The program will be divided into two parts the Brist a presentation of three pupils by miss Janet Hall voice department head at the College and the second part will feature original compositions by local musicians. I Leshay it High Point Council of Garden club will meet at the y. Vav c. A. Hut for their May meeting. Representatives of the various Garden clubs Are requested at this meeting. 10 30 a West Emery Wood Garden club will visit the Garden of mrs. John Teague on Hiu credit drive. This tour will take the place of the clubs regular meeting. J .�?the Monarch auxiliary will be entertained by mrs. R. A Culler 601 Burnet drive with mrs. E. E. Younts As associate hostess. 3 30 .�?the . O. T. Club will hold its final meeting of the year with miss Mary Alexander at her Home on English Street. 6 15 .�?the business and professional girls club will hold a dinner Aud business meeting at the y. W. A. Hut. Wednesday 0 30 a of the High Point Garden club will meet at the Home of mrs. G. H. Kearns on Hillcrest drive and will go from there to Winston Salem w Here i hey will have lunch and a tour of gardens there. 10 30 Imp the mid weak Garden club will be entertained by mrs in Albion Millis at her Home on North main Street. Important business including election of new officers will be featured Al this time. 12 30 .�?the wednesday Book club will have a luncheon meeting St the Home of mrs. Fred Thomas Forest Hill drive when mesdames Collier elite and f. F. Dickson will be Aorist hostesses. This will he s business meeting. 3 30 p my the general meeting of the woman a club will be held at the Blair Park clubhouse. When reports on the recent convention of the state federation of women s Chuhi in Raleigh will be heard. 6 30 .�?the High Point business and professional women a club will have a dinner and program meeting at the Elwood Lionel when new officers will be installed. Thi erday to the girl scout Council will held its first meeting of the new year at the presbyterian Church. Friday 3 3� pm a the Phi Lonath eau club will be Enteria Ned by mrs. A e Kirkman at Are Home on Washington Street for its regular meeting 3 30 p a i a. Way Nick will be hostels at the meeting of the Canterbury club at her suburban Home. Fieldstone farm. 8 .�?the initial event of the Emerywood country clubs May Calendar will be the evening Bridge at the clubhouse reservation for tables must be Marie in Advance at the club. 9 30 pin a the Piedmont Camp number 62. Will present its anniversary Ball at the National guards armory on English Street in Observance of the 37th year of its founding John Peddicord and his orchestra will furnish dance music. Sat Rdv 3 30-5 7 0 p . Boyd Stout and miss Dorothy Hoskins will entertain at Tea at the Home of mrs. Stout on Arbordale drive honouring i Alldren Wessinger Bride elect. Too invited to Tea saturday for miss Wessinger Oak View child study group to meet on tuesday the child study group of the Oak View school will meet at 7 30 tomorrow evening at Tho Home of mrs. W. Ward on Homestead Avenue. Rev. Lincoln Knik pastor of the North main Street Baptist Church will speak on Quot enriching and family lib in thee Home a All members Are urged to attend. Wimmy or. John e. Bellamy pictured Abote was my Mary Henrietta Homey before Ber marriage which was solemnized on april 8 in Danville va., by Rev. A. K. Younts. Lexington Man weds in new York City Mundy Wade engagement is announced through in error yesterdays Enterprise stated that the Tea to be Given for miss Mildred Vyree Singer Bride elect by mrs. Boyd Stout and miss Dorothy Hoskins would take Pima on Friday afternoon and that the guest would he United to members of the Emma Blair school faculty Aid members of the wed Ding party. The a which will he i id at the Home of mrs. Stout on Arbordale drive will take place on saturday afternoon from 3.3b to 5 30 of clock. The guest us numbering too is not limited to the wedding party and members of the Emma Blair faculty. At the party to be Given tomorrow night by mrs. J. E. Beeson or. Honor Wardell and miss Rebecca Curtis however Hie list will be made up of these groups. Inow he Pitr qum Jim special to the Enterprise Lexington. May i Mira Ramona Carmen Teijeiro and James m. Daniel Iii were married in a quiet ceremony on saturday april 15, at the holy name Church in new York City with Rev. John a. Brown officiating. Mrs. Daniel is the daughter of or. Ramona Teijeiro of new York and the late Kleadie Teijeiro. Natives of Spain. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina. Or Daniel is the eldest son of James m Daniel. Or. Of this City and the late Belt Fletcher Daniel. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina and is now a member of the editorial staff of the news and observer Raleigh. Or. And mrs. Robert Osburn Mundy of Denver announce the i engagement of their daughter veil Dean Mundy. To Granville Warren Wade. The wedding will j take place on saturday May 27. Miss Mundy is a graduate of i Ball s Creek secretarial school and Queens Chleora College. Charlotte. And is now connected with the Pilot life insurance company at Greensboro. I or Wade is the son of Rev. And mrs. J. W. Wade of Ferrum via he is a graduate of Ferrum training school and Roanoke i business College. Roanoke. A he ii now connected with Calhoun motors. Inc at Lexington. Miss Margaret e Morris of i Salisbury became the Bride of Jjohn Burke Kane on saturday i april s. At York. S. C mrs. Fanes i the Only daughter of mrs. C in Morris and the late Carlie h Morris of Salis Bury. She is a graduate of Boyden High school and is employed by the Stanback company or. Kane is the on of or and mrs. T s. Kanes of this City. He is a graduate of the Lexington High school and is connected with his father in the ice business at i Thomasville and Biscoe. Miss Cornelia sink was honoured at a Lovely party when or. J. Clarence Grimes entertained at her Home on East fourth Street. The High seers prize a pair of sheer hone was awarded mrs. W. T Norman. The travelling prize a Salt and Pepper set was won by miss Rachel Click. The Consolation prize a Novelty twine Container fell to or. Margaret Eller. The honoree. Miss sink was presented a Host Ess to. In conclusion. The hostess served ice designed As wedding Hells and roses. Individual cakes embossed with Valley lilies mints and salted nuts. Mrs. A. Lindsay entertained at her Home in Hillcrest in compliment to mrs. F. Ii. Nelson who is leaving soon to make her Home in Albemarle. At the count of scores. Mrs Richard Phillips was awarded a Hobnail Pitcher while the Consolation prize a Linen Towel fell to mrs. Ltd a teem of Spruce Pine. Who was also presented a Box of dusting powder As guest prize. The honoree mrs. Nelson received a Lovely Pitcher. When cards were Laid aside the hostess served a delicious salad course with accessories. The club of twelve held the april meeting at the Horn of mrs. Wade h. Phillips on South main Street. The president. Or. A c. Leonard called the meeting to order. Mrs. John t Low gave interesting current events and mrs. Leonard concluded with a poem. The subject for study was Quot Carolina Homes and gardens a describing the Home and Garden of the misses Bracken in Concord who have kept their Home the same for the past 50 years. During the social hour the hostess was assisted by mrs. Hart and mrs. Sam Finch in serving a three course dinner. The local Garden club met at the Home of mrs. J. In Cunningham Thomasville route i with the president mrs. W. F. Brown in charge. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by the Secretary mrs. Cyrus Mccrary after which a nominating committee was appointed to select officers for the coining year the meeting was turned Over to mrs. Cunningham who introduced the guest speakers . A Troxler and mrs. Ralph j a Enfield of Greensboro who a poke in in and Cai Dan. Or. W. W. Sechler was called to Okahumpka. Fla., to be with her husband who is very 111 at the Home of his daughter mrs. Quincey masters or. Or. And mrs. F. Hutchins and or. And mrs. Beamon Jones. Of Winston Salem spent sunday with or and mrs. John Craver. Miss Joe Doris Pickett spent the week end with miss Elizabeth Fleming at woman College. Greensboro. Tommy Sowers has returned to Riverside military Academy Gainesville ga., after a visit Here with or. And mrs. E. J. Catheri. Or. And mrs. James m. Daniel ii who were recently married Iii new York City spent the weekend Here with or. And mrs. J. Daniel or. Joe v. Moffitt la a patient at the Charlotte Sanatorium undergoing treatment. Or. And mrs. Lloyd b. Leonard and children Peggy Lou and Harriett of Asheville spent the week end with or. And mrs. John b. Leonard Paul f. Evans county superintendent of education is attending the unification conference of methodism in Kansas City to. Miss Lela Vestal has returned to her Horn in Greensboro after a visit with her brother or. W. J. Vestal and family. About people miss Dor o i h y Kennedy of Louisburg College and . Mier Davenport of Cantino and Martha Reed Hutch not it on of Asheville Weir week and guests of miss Kennedy s Parent. Or and or. G. Burn of Concord sent Munday with or. And mrs. Xiv. 8. West on Boule Vard. # # or and or. Harvey Mills have returned to their Home Iii the Emerywood apartments after a visit to Washington. D. C., and several of the is Moua old Homes and gardens in Virginia we mrs. E. W. Beano of 4 25 North Hamilton Street la improving at the Guilford general Hospital where she has been a patient since last Friday. She is now Able to have visitors. We miss Frankie no of Ricott of Raleigh a senior at woman s College Greensboro spent the weekend with her aunt mrs. In c. Poole at her Home on Green Street. Doris Pilson has party celebrating her 12th birthday Kansas City to pocket full of Chic Start All Over a no padded payrolls on deficit is promised by mayor Smith Kansas City May a it _ Kansas City scene of a whirlwind vice cleanup Aud political purge the past few week begins a new fiscal year today with the Promise a no padded payrolls no the Promise was made by a the Little mayor a Bryce b. Smith. Who on april 14 seized control of the City government and forced the resignation of the Veteran City manager Henry f. Elroy. Mayor Smith begins the new year with an estimated deficit of $1,850,000 including $650,000 in Back salaries to City employee. He said an investigation showed a a shocking conditions in some departments ordered 750 employees stricken from the payroll effective today and threatened to extend the purge of he discover a additional one Hundred sixteen employees were ousted from general Hospital which has 170 patients. He ordered an audit of the City s books. He replaced Mckei roys self styled a country Book i keeping with a strict system j of checks and counter checks. Elroy an Iowa farm boy of scotch descent never had admitted a deficit until this year. The City is prohibited by Law from exceeding its fiscal budget based on anticipated Revenue. Throughout his 13 yews As City manager. He had met All queries for financial records with the same reply a no one but me could understand my country a Doris Pilson celebrated her 12�ii birthday St her Home on West Ray Street saturday afternoon from Tore to five o clock with a party games and contests featured the afternoon and later refreshments were served to the following Dorothy Pilson. Wand i Pilson Sarah Mixson Esther Marie free Caroline Ward Dillard Wagner. Ruth Coltrane Peggy Raughn Helen pos Ely Patsy Bradshaw Edna Cranford Hoyt Bradshaw Sara Lewis Jimmie Ward Jackie Pilson. And Rena Bray Nell Loflin of Thomasville. Utopian study club to meet wednesday the utopian study club will meet on wednesday afternoon at the Emerywood country club with mrs. Jesse Washburn As hostess. The hour is 3 of clock Plack of meeting for group changed the meeting of the Young Peoples department of main Street m. E. Church which was scheduled to meet at the Home of mrs. W. W. Preddy will be held at the Gibson clubroom instead. The time is 7 30 thin evening. Services at the churches christians it i ence a everlasting punishment was j the subject of the lesson Sermon in All Christian science churches and societies on sunday april 30, 1939. The Golden text was from genesis 18 25. A shall not the judge of j All the Earth do right a among the citation which com-1 prised the i Esson Sermon was the following from the Bible a and i saw As it wore a sea of Glass mingled with fire and them that had gotten the Victory Over the beast and Over i image and Over his Mark and Over the number of his name stand on the sea of Glass having the harps of god. And they sing the song of Moses the servant of god. And the song of the of amb saying. Great and marvellous Are thy work. Lord god almighty just and True Are thy Way thou King of revelations 15 2. 3 the lesson Sermon also included the following from the Christian science textbook a science and health with key to the by Mary Raker Eddy. A for Victory Over a single sin we give thanks and magnify the lord of Host. What shall we say of the mighty Conquest Over All sin a louder song sweeter than a Ever before reached High heaven now rises clearer and nearer to the Groat heart of Christ for the accuser is not there and love sends for her primal and Everl Aat ing Strain a Page 568 collections chief topic for tax men Asheville May a a problems involved in the Job of collecting annually some $13,-000,000, in tax occupied the men attending the conference of the National association of tax administrators Here today. The men who gather the Federal state and local taxes of the United state considered such problems As methods reducing the Cost of tax collection More accurate estimating of tax revenues personnel problems in tax administration and methods of obtaining better cooperation Between the state and Federal governments. Speakers on the program included Roy plough of the u. A Treasury department Thomas Lee Smith of the Illinois department of finance j. Wyllner Sun Delson of the new York executive department and Edward it. Gray of the it. S. Department of com Merce. The conference which began yesterday with informal discussions will last through tomorrow. Man slain in Drunken Brawl near Cooleemee saturday , May up a a nun booked As Floyd Leonard of Cooleemee was held today on a charge of manslaughter in connection with the death of Clifford Campbell 4 5. Whose body was found near Cooleemee yesterday. Witnesses told a coroners jury that several men had been to a Drunken Brawl saturday night near the spot where the body was found. The jury found Campbell died from blows made by rocks or some other instrument. The jury ordered a Man booked As Dan Williams held Asun accessory. C hic ago produce Chicago. May a butter 1,042,570, steady Creamery 93 score 21 \ 92. 21 91. 21u so 21 89, 20 88, 20 90 centralized carlot. 21. Eggs 54,582, easy fresh graded extra first local 161, cars 16a firsts local 16, cars 16 current receipt 14% storage packed extra 17v. Ural 17 i t a in Bir in reunion Oak Hill May 7 the annual Burton reunion will he held sunday. May 7, at Oak Hill friends Church High Point. The program will Start at 10 45 of clock with Rev. D. Virgil Pike pastor of the Church conducting the devotional exercises. Rev. Tom a. Sgt Kes. Of Thomasville. Will deliver the address for the occasion. A abort Busine session will follow. Special music for the morning session will he furnished by the Central Carolina quartet of Asheboro and the pm Piedmont quartet. Dinner will be served on the ground and All Burtons and their friends and relative Are invited to attend and bring picnic baskets. Or. J. A Burton i chairman of the dinner committee. Serving also on this committee armr. F. A Burton. Mrs. Grady Burton and or. Herman Burton of High Point and mrs Bill Burton of Greensboro. The afternoon session which notice or Sale of land pursuant in the Power vested in the undersigned trustee by Virtu of a certain deed of Truet executed by Belle Johnson to thou w. Sprinkle trustee for the High Point perpetual building a l oin association dated the 7th Day of May Tim and duly recorded in the offices of the Register of Reefie of out Ford county North Carolina in Book �43. Page Idi. Default having been made and according to the term the Holder of the note secured thereby having requested foreclosure of the said deed of Trust the undersigned will offer for mile in front of the municipal building in the City of High Point North Carolina on Friday. May 2ft. 1939. At it 30 a m or a soon thereafter As May be. And will sell to the highest bidder for Cash a certain tract or parcel of land bounded and described As follows High Point township Guilford county. North Carolina beginning at a stake in the South Side of East Lexington Avenue which said take to located 120 feet went of the Southwest intersection of Bridges Street and East Lexington Avenue thence South la degree 32�?T West 111 feet to a stake thence North 80 degree 30 West 57.10 feet to a take thence North 20 degrees 7 West is feet to a stake in East Lexington Avenue thence along East Lexington Avenue North 76 degrees 45�?T East 69 feet North 79 degree is East 40 feet to the beginning. According to a Survey of said properly i spared by we. P. Freeman Engineer March 1937 and being lots nos. 193 and 194 in North Park a a a Northeast addition to the City of High Point n a according to a plat thereof recorded in the office of the Register of deeds of Guilford county. N. In pet Book 3, Page 379. See also Book 735. Page 646. 604-102, 364-535, Etc. A Cash Deposit will be required As evidence of Good Faith. Tins the 26th Day of april. 1939 Thos. W Sprinkle. Trustee. Thor w Sprinkle attorney. May 1-8-15-22. Will to devoted to singing will tart at one thirty. All Singer Are invited to com and take part. Among Tho to Partl i i Pat Are Piedmont quartet. Tut a tie sister of King Central Carolina quartet of Asheboro Carolina Ranger of King Melody girl of High Point Winston Salem quartet and Florida Street quartet. Greensboro. Bill Burton of Greensboro i president of the reunion and i eaten Burton of Davidson county is Secretary. Many it ski is cached Richmond. A. May in a a a the fifth District Federal Reserve Bank reported today that checks cashed against depositors account in 24 cities in it area increased 19 per cent in March As compared with february and five per rent a compared with March 1 938. Anni i if. Eti no of this Sto v Kho i hers of sect of ties investment company the annual meeting of the stockholder of the Security investment company will be held on the nth Day of May 1939. At 1 30 o clock p. M., at the office of the i company Jacobs Avenue High i Point North Carolina for the purpose of electing a Board of Trec tora receiving and acting upon the reports of officer and for the transaction of such other Busine As May properly come before the meeting. It i highly important that a majority of the outstanding Stork he present in person or by proxy. It is the it before urged that you sign the enclosed proxy and return it to the company so that of you Hap Len not to be present your proxy May a counted and voted. This the 1st Day of May. 1939. O. Arthur Kirkman. Secretary 5-12 Anni Al meeting of the Nix k holders of High Point Thomasville a Den Kin Railroad the annual meting of la stockholders of the High Point Thomasville amp Denton Railroad company will be held on the 9th Day of May 1939, at 1 30 of clock p. M., at the office of the company Jacob Avenue High Point North Carolina for the purpose of electing a Board of directors receiving and acting upon the reports of officer and for the transaction of such other business As May properly com before the meeting. It is highly important that a majority of the outstanding Stock be present in person or by proxy. It is therefor urged that you sign the enclosed proxy and return it i to the company so that if you happen not to he present your proxy May to counted and voted. This the 1st Day of May 1939. O. Arthur Kirkman Secretary 5-12 on Sale tomorrow Twenty Spring Coats values to $22.50 $10.00 a to make room for incoming summer merchandise Lizzie Gooch Arcade building

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