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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 7, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Tact Foit Sec. By Ftp or to pow e inter p k Isey pied Matt t Center of Industry High Point North Carolina sunday May 7, 10to Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4f>68 social Arnic Iai a Chi lilies hours 8 30 to 12 noon saturdays 8 30 . To 6 . Or. And mrs. Watkins take Emery Wood Bridge prizes ladies Bridge tuesday sponsor Odd fellow Rebekah dance or. And mrs. A g. Watkins kept to honors a fall in Tho family Quot Friday evening when the monthly evening Ridge for adult oof the Emery Wood country club membership was held at the clubhouse. Mrs. Watkins who excelled in playing among the ladies received a double Dei k of card its Awa d while to or. Watkins holding High stole for the men went a Carton of cigarettes. Or. And mrs Lloyd Flythe were hot Aud Host Ess for the Orcas it a. On tuesday aft Moon at 3 o clock the list of the holies Bridge events for May will lie. Held a the clubhouse. Mrs. J. I Broome and mrs. R l. Hubbard will be club hostesses. The second ladies Bridge is set for May 23. On May 20 tile regular monthly dance will he held at the clubhouse Hora d of Avert s w it he served at 0 Oil cd and dancing will begin at 9 30, a is a a a a a a my Quot a a a it my we amp my \ a a in Church social Mun f \ i t i i a Imi its Mill avg n i xxx the circles of the woman a fun sinary auxiliary of main Street methodist Church wit meet monday As follows Circle no. I. With mrs. W. In. Part div 3 27 Woodrow a Linus at 2 30, mrs. Clyde Condor Leader Circle no. 2. With i s o it a a a a a a Boro Road at 2 30. Mrs. J. K j Tei in in a cult a no Quot a frs Carl Wright. 1 229 South slain Street at 2 30, mrs. E. E. Isth Serwack. Leader. The business woman it Irele will meet with mrs. To. C. Pitter. In the Thomasville Hoad Al 7 30, i -. Ai i Bur Bank i. I and or and the Lucy Robertson Cir de. W ill mss it. V Lloyd. 203 Wood Row Avenue at the Sam Jour mrs. A. O. Deviney will she associate hostess and mrs. Roscoe Sowers i loader. Nyari Street Circle Kah meet Here Circle number Throe of wards Wight with mrs. Allen Burton at a or Home on Hod Gin Street colourful arrangement of Early Gummer Flowers graced the living room. The meeting was called to Oriel by 11 Ila win Iii. M a 1 a a far and mesdames Samuel and Btl it Quot Oil a to i o it a Short business session the Troup enjoyed some very inter nit lug moving picture scenes Tho a by or. T. R. Zimmerman my daughter Charlotte. Dainty refreshments were i. To he of Pitois present Al rat of. I. Chi leh to meet this week the circles of the first Moth dirt i rotes i a it Church will meet monday est Nung As follows no. I a mrs Worth Ivey chairman will meet with mrs. W. H. English West Wood monday evening a 6 45. A Weiner roast will Hgt Givin by the hostesses. Trie program will follow immediately. Miss Myrtle it ates and miss tres Fie Caudle will serve As Assoc ate hostesses. Circle no. 5�? i George a nosh chairman w la moot monday evening at 8 o clock at Gibs to Tea room on North. Main Street. M a Spencer Jackson and mrs. Lucy Harper will be hostesses. M. I. Umm Irv meeting monday the general meeting of the woman s Auxilia y of the first methodist protestant Church will be held with mrs. John Pickett go2 North a n Street monday afternoon i 3 o Dock. The meeting will tie in til form of a Garden party. The following will serve an associate hostesses mrs. Ill Oakes. Miss Elisabeth Oakes. Mrs w. I Pickett. I s. M. P. Harrell mrs Robert Gat land mrs. A v. Montgomery. Mrs. J ii Pritchard. Both the president mrs. J. H. Walker jr., and the hostesses urge a Large attend Nee. I p. Clio be to i get monday night Circle no 5, of the fir to methodist protestant Church a a a a at 7 30 monday night at the Gibson Tea rooms with t Harper and mrs Spencer Jackson Hie six Young la lir. Pit lured a boxy have been chosen As sponsors for the dance which till follow flu Odd fellow Rebekah Hami u it on monday evening. Vlay 13, a part of the at fix ties of the grand Lodge and Assembly which will Convene Belt. They Are from left to right. Misses Juanita Lambeth Lucille Lambeth Pat Turpin Phiena Wright Doris let Wright and Helen Jacobs. Asset Boyd snot her v. Zzz re w Rebekah completing plans for part in state Assembly Here on May 15 in Ute is i uss to meet tomorrow the do Cas class of Street Baptist Church will hold its regular monthly meeting a the Home of mrs. James Kelly 4�?T2 Tate Street. Monday evening at 7 30. With mrs. Luna Wood As associate hostess. E a a i Vith Al l worker meeting on mond by tilt faithful workers a Las of St red b Iii int Church will hold its regular meeting on monday at 7 30 p in with mrs t. M. Hedrick. Quot of Carr Street. Associate hostess it i he mesdames la t Hartley la. Hall and Paul Hancock. Yes Ullin i re a Creek t i. It a ii a meet the Fidelis Ciao Sof Abbott r t cd sunday school held its monthly meeting Friday night a plans Are being completed by the Magdalene Rebekah Lodge for their pail in the entertainment of visitors and the transaction of business at the annual sate Assembly of Odd fellow and Rebekah which will open Here on monday May 15. Mrs. Margaret Hayworth will by official representative of the local Lodge to Welcome visiting Rebekah at the opening meeting monday morning. At the banquet of the state Assembly on monday evening at the first methodist protestant Church further words of Welcome will he spoken by mrs. Berta to Man. T treasurer. Sponsors for the dance which will follow at the Sheraton hotel with their escorts Are As follows Misa Juanita la robot h. James Dennis miss Lucille Lambeth Johnnie Wright miss Pat Turpin. Elwood barbed miss Phiena Wright. David a Holmes i s Doris Lee Wright. 1�?Taui Norman and miss Helen Jacobs Gib Wood. The Home of Neill , with mrs Clyde serving As joint Hast is. The singing of a love lifted i me opened the program resale i Foy Wellborn read the 133rd a psalms followed by the class cd 5 ,.��?��_ a it ,. A. A ambitious pare. V c a a is min hundreds of Dai Tiu in Casu a a a Beautiful piano of come Yon want Yoni child to succeed is life then read every line of this important announcement. You can win invaluable life training for your growing child. Enter this contest you owe it to his or her future How would you like to win a Kimball grand piano a famous Kimball Consoletti or a Kimball studio piano a Beautiful instruments every one of them you can. There Are Many other valuable prizes too. 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Donnelley corporation a Well known old and reliable organization that specializes in the expert and impartial judging of National contest entries As the sole judge of All contributions and you agree to abide by their decision As final 4 in Case of ties prizes will be equally awarded to tying contestants. 5 neatness does not count. Lust write plainly on one Side of the paper. 6 because of the necessity Tor uniformity All contestants must use the same form of entry Blank on which your letter is to be written. Blanks Are available at your local Kimball dealer or we will in glad to mail them upon your request. 7 final closing Date of this contest is monday june 12th, 1939. Your letter inuit reach us on or before Midnight of that Day. No employees of the w. W. Kimball company or its dealers or their employees throughout the country Are eligible to enter this contest. As you read this announcement the country is beginning a Celebration of National music w Eek. This is your Opportunity to do Yor part in Home improvement the real object of All Good music. Enter now Zee year Kimball duller Fer Kelpie Sapele Etiene right now while you Are in the mood Send in your contribution. It will be promptly acknowledged promptly judged but it must reach us before the final closing Date of the contest Lune 12th, 1939. How this Dii Terent contest really is your letter Hee just As Good a Chance As anyone to win a valuable Kimball piano or a Cash prize that will mean much to the future happiness culture and education of you and yours. The Kimball dealer in your cite is. first prize on Knox Hill St. High Point la a May die store. Cum Mere St they will give you facts that will help you win. Call on them today and get your free entry Blanks or use the contest registration Blank printed below. Second prize Thiru prize Loco manager. Cd id culture contest w w Kimball co., Chicago. In. Please mail me the official entry Blank for the child culture contest. Name 82nd anniversary Chicago Illinois count City a state. Horn a id. N Imet newspaper Toucher. Mrs Frank Spurgeon leading in prayer. A Mother s pay Reading was Given by mrs. Chester Spurgeon and a poem warn read by mrs Clyde Star the p Gram a Brief businesses Ion was held a social bout wag enjoyed by even earn in to a Lei six visitors to whom refreshment worn served. The june meeting will or held at the Home of mrs Rutn Holder. New Wesley memorial Al Hells Heet Hov Day the Eire it of the woman x axillary of Wesley memorial Chare will meet silo monday afternoon As follows no. I mrs. S. E. Clark chairman Buster in l it Terry. Sis North Mala Street no. 2 mrs. It. T Amos chairman hostess. Mrs. F t. Kearns. 917 North main Street associate hostesses. Mesdames it. C. Harmon. J p Crowder and w. Al Hughes no. 3�?mrs. J. E. Millis chairman hostess mrs. R. L. Brinson. Brin Wood farm associate to so. Mrs. I. A Mutton and mrs. G. A mat ton no. T a mrs. Geddie Strickland chairman hostess mrs. De Steele i Quot i East washing on Street with associate . M the Rosa Sutherland and of j i Hamlin no. 5�? mrs. H. E. Terry chairman hostess mrs. Hoke Bullard. 1104 Forest Hill Driver associate hostesses Xii. I in Smith. Or. W. S. O a Al no. To mrs. To a Tilden chairman hostess. Mrs re Kirkman. 230 fast Washington Street associate Host esse.-. Mrs Hunter sea or est. Mrs it e lip Pard no. 7�?mrs. Philip Davis chairman hostess mrs Ray Nib relink. I col Mon lieu Avenue associate hostesses mrs. Curtis Smit Luteal mrs. Joe Edmondson no. 8 mrs a g. Daggett chairman hostess. Mrs. R t. Amos 902 for St Hill drive associate hostesses mrs. Charles Byrd mrs w. L. Hargett miss lads Wel born Circle no 8 meets at 7 30 p. In l Cirl scout leaders meet monday patrol leaders entertained the leaders association of the local girl scout organization will meet monday evening at the Home of mrs. Pm Bree h Blackard 21� 2 Hillcrest drive when miss mar Garet Watson president will preside Over the meeting which gets underway at 7 o clock. The principal topic to be discussed at the meeting will be Quot summer programs a according to an announcement made yesterday the patrol leaders held a meeting at the Home of their president Emily herring saturday morning at 10 30. Election of new officers was featured car Leon Edison of troop ten. President vice pres Dent. Marie Snider of troop do Secretary treasurer Helen White of troop four. Emily invited the group us a t a at her Home on May 29, which was accepted. Guests will include leaders and their assistants also. Plans for summer activities were discussed and a report Given of the last meeting which was held at Camp a Wharrie and featured outdoor cooking. Loyd Darrell is Chi i ire Horn at Home in itty or. And mrs. Mcguire an ounce the birth of a son Loyd Darrell at their Home 5ti4 Tate Street on april 27. Mrs. Mcguire. A formerly miss Mabel. Conrad of i his City. Present recitals at Trinity and Archdale schools approximately 25 pc re oils appeared in recitals presented to capacity audiences at Archdale and Trinity schools on wednesday and thursday evenings by piano pupils of mrs. Pell Payne featured in the wednesday recital were the following from Archdale Lucille Lowe Bobby Payne Billy and franc a Byrd Betsy Baker Margaret Giles Mary Louise and Joann White Geraldine Beasley Nancy Barker Belle Miller. Helen Spencer Helen Woodall Glt be peace Margaret Cook Lucille Walters Hallie Marsh Wava Brown Olivia Greenway Salt kale Miller Joel Williams Mildred Ridge Vera Knight. Dorothy Rimmer and Ruby Mae and Mary Ruth Ridge. The Trinity group appealing on thursday evening include d Iva May Spencer Colleen Crotts Ruth Miller Velaria Mendenhall. Jack Hall Barrie White Anna Lou ice Frazier Lula Mae Craven Doris fat owe Thelma Staley. Billy Fulton. Velva Myers. Faye and Marie Thayer Doris Hoard. Evelyn Lackey and Frances Gatewood a final Brentwood . A. Meeting features plays the pupils of Brentwood school on Friday night presented two operetta the wedding of the Flowers and a a the lemonade the casts included to children from All grades of the Kichool. Quot the wedding of tin Flowers Given by the upper grades told the Story of the marriage of Lily of the Valley and Johnny jump lip which was attended by All the Flowers. Characters were Nancy Kirby. Patrick hem Ini. Barbara Arter Ben Robertson Helen Brunson Jackson huf Ham Nellie Jones Olean clod Feller and Mildred Jester. A group of child ten depicting Rones violets sunflowers raises forget me not bluebells tulips and dandelions danced and Sang at the wedding. The primary children a pre relation the lemonade portrayed a cold drink business rivalry Between two groups of children. The operetta ended happily when the children combined their stands and became business partners. Appearing in thin play let were Josephine in i no sey Nancy a Culloh Jean Clary. Lucille Clark. Leon Milliken. David in Wagoner. Darrel Crater Margaret Price a in Snipes. Pauline motions. Charlet Ray Lloyd Bert Jackson. Judith i inf a in and a chorus of children who represented lemonade stand customer. These operetta took the place of the last meeting for the year of the Bronwood it a. A Billy Roane celebrates birthday with party at Gantt apartment residence Billy Roane son of or and mrs e. H Roane observed his seventh Birt inlay by entertaining a number of his friends at his Home in the Gantt apartments 1216 North main Street Friday afternoon. Games were enjoyed under the direction of Geeky Bynum Anil later the children were served an ice course at a prettily appointed table featuring As its Centrepiece a Large birthday Oik on which the Pink Aud Motif was emphasized assisting mrs. Roane in serving were mrs. Lay in. Miller and mrs. In a Whittington. Varico lored balloons were Given As favors to the children. Guests to cd tided be. Roonie Carson Wilder jr., Patsy Garner Bobby Whittington. Bobby Wilson hears Roane Diana Miller and Carolyn and Geeky Bynum. Johnson St. . A. Holds final meet of year at school the last meeting of the year for the Johnson Street Parent teacher association Wax held at the school on thursday evening. Following a Brief devotional period by miss Dorothy Burger was a business session presided Over by the retiring president mrs. F. M. Lambert. After her installation and that of the other officers mrs k k. Hightower. New preside it gave a report of the state . A. Congress in Raleigh. A program of music was presented by the school orchestra under the direction of miss Virtu to Frank and by or. Kimballs pupils in flute clarinet and t rum pot. Miss Norma Page in May Day fete at Montreat school Norma Page daughter of or. And mrs. Craven Page of this City was among the to girls chosen from the Montreat preparatory school to appear a dancers in the May fete at Montreal Junior Coll go this week when my Sara Drew of Atlanta awas crowned May Queen. Graduate nurses to meet on wednesday the High Point graduate nurses will meet on wednesday evening at 8 of clock at the Home of or and mrs. In herring stat East Lexington Avenue and or. Herring and or. M. D. Bonner of the Guilford county Sana t of in in Are in charge of the program. Woman Field army funds in City expected to reach total of s500 funds collected in a local a rive for the woman a Field army for the control of cancer have reach d a total of $456.70, ii cd a number of pledges Are expected Iii bring collections up to $500 or in o r a mrs. Geddie Strickland local commander said yesterday. In addition to collecting funds Vav huh will Aid tit establishing cancer clinics Iii the state the local Branch of the army sponsored by the health Committer of the woman s club hag distributed to schools in his Point and nearby thousands of Leaf lets of cancer information and a two weeks series of radio pro Grams was presented on the Sui Jet. Among group contributions a1 ready in Are the following county Sanitorium $10 00 Carrus Mem. Nurses. 11.00 High Point College. 20.00 Cloverdale school. 2.08 Oak Hill school 5.to Ada Blair school. 3.55 Emma Blair school. 11.51 ire Atwook school 1,15 Ray Street school. 69.58 Al Street school. 13 3 2 Johnson St. School. 2.00 Junior High school. 2.95 High school. 3 19 Fairview St. School. 2.09 Leonard St Sohol. 2 65 Partiss Covington. 20.95 Lions club. 5 of a. B club. 5.00 rotary club. 10.00 bus loss and professional club. 5.00 the Roma tilde Rof the Iota was made up of personal contributions and membership fees. Final figures will be released la Ter. Mrs. Strickland expressed her appreciation to publicity sources and to the workers who cooperated in making the Campaign a suet Ess. Musical program for Cloverdale . A. On tuesday evening a program of music will be presented at the meeting of the Cloverdale Parent ten her meeting tuesday evening at 7 30 o clock. The Cloverdale orchestra will make its first Public appearance at this time and there will be music by the toy orchestra the Cloverdale band and the fifth Grade chorus also. # Jamestown news the woman a missionary society met on tuesday afternoon with miss Virginia Ragsda at Guilford College As Host a. The meeting was in charge of the president. Mrs. H n ii hard. Who conducted the period of Divot Ion during the business sos Aion reports were Given by officers and Church Circle no i. The program was led by irs. T. H Bundy assist a by mrs. Eddie Field the topic being Quot broadening the horizons of the Rural news items were Given by mtg. C. E. Frazier. During the serial hour the hos i this assist d by mrs jew g Raes Dai served Tea Ann Sandwich a and this was concluded by a tour of the Lovely Flower Garden in the rear of the Home. The meeting was Well attended Althusa dinner and business meeting at Sheraton on tuesday the Althusa club will hold its Semi monthly dinner meeting St the Sheraton Tot i tuesday evening at 6 30 of clock. This will be the monthly business mooting and will feature the presentation of the new slate of officers for the ensuing it Star and other in to rant matters. The meeting w ill he held in the private dining room of the hotel and members Are a ked to make a special Effort to be in attend a Nee. Jamestown sunday school with s party at the Home of miss Davis pm tuesday evening. Tables of chinese checkers were played the prize being awarded to Ruby Luquer. Delicious refreshments were served by tits Host he s Don t Litt fun tanned too dark toned Shin spoil your chances for Ross Anci i Liu Al i Civ complexion Vii h or Fred Palmer s skin Whitener. Help remove surface pimple. Oiler f rookies Sze St or or St in Sample up to. A a a a or. Frio palmers pro a. Ca or. J j a a tis n i a to a. Misses Carol d. Hethcox and Billie tallied the by lath Elizabeth s3 budget up. La Laz air ii wave. 12 of ear Sci it Marhur Law maps / Wax $2,5# to j 75< shampoo and Finger wave Sec work Given by fun Fine and Marlin my granules. Xii work guaranteed budget Beauty shop 15� a n. Main pm in 17201 my Mem Vej i monday and tuesday Only any Plain garment dry cleaned and pressed special Feu hats cleaned a rid blocked 19t Leonard dry cleaning co. 203 North main Street 611 South main Street

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