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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 9, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page sixth High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina social and club activities phone to. 4568 Madeline Hoover editor office hours 9 a m. T012 am summer program for local girl scouts discussed by troop leaders association plans for summer activities featured the meeting of the leaders association of the local girl scout organization held last evening Ai the Home of mrs. Pm Bree h. Blackard. 202 Hillcrest drive when ten members were present. Miss Margaret Watson president was in the chair and mrs. Dona n. Glazier led the discussion for the summer programs and programs and plans wer6 Laid for a project in who Chi every troop in the City should participate. Definite plans were tabled however until suggestions could be secured from the girl scorns themselves As to their preference. Mrs. Royster Tucker commissioner of the local girl scout organization was presented and spoke briefly on the organization committee a committee of the Council of which mrs. V. D. Sale jr., is chairman. Appointment of a committee to draw up a new slate of officers then took place miss Barbara Brooks being made chairman and mrs. Thornton Glover and miss Maggie Lou Blackmond serving with her. During the social period which followed the transaction of routine business the hostess served Dainty refreshments to misses Margaret Watson. Barbara Brooks Helen Marie Siceloff Nell Stallings Margaret Briggs Myrtle Cates and mesdames Paul Weaver Charles f. Carroll jr., Royster Tucker and Dona n. Glazier. Three business and professional groups important feature of Owca activities the Busine and Quot professional flubs Are one of the groups actively affiliated with the local y. W. A. Which is putting on its annual membership drive this week from May 8th to 13th the various business and professional groups have a club membership of Over 80 of which a Large number Are members of the a Quot Yand Hope this year to have practically too per cent membership. There Are three business and professional clubs. The business and professional girls club which is also a civic club and the Livey ers club and Jolly which Are made up of the younger business and professional girls All not Only enjoy Active education and social programs including talks by Harries Jarrell speaking on his recent observations in Europe Tom Wong on m t. Lambeth on mrs Charles a. Mcmurray on 13.30 budget sperm Simi s3.oo Latta or Oil we. A Marhi Neless / wave. 7sr shampoo and Rinser wave. Work Given by Eugene and Laai Nelin Gradus it. Ail work guaranteed budget Beauty shop 31sh St. Main a phone 47z01 St of s3 is sic Quot roads of life Quot miss Bernice love on but each club sponsors a program of service. The business and professional girls club has out several $100 loan fund scholarships and contributes to All civic enterprises. They also contribute weekly to the negro baby clinic. At present the Livey ers have taken As their special project the travellers Ald cases enabling the Quot Ynot Only to give immediate attention but longer treatment when necessary. The Jolly Quot a a have put on parties for negro groups and done other worthwhile work. Once during the year the three clubs join together in a nationwide banquet which not Only brings a1 the local clubs together in joint Endeavor hut All business and professional clubs in the y. W. A. Throughout the nation Are meeting sending greetings to one another with a program along a common theme. This year the subject for study was economic democracy. The clubs also enjoy mid Winter and summer conferences. Social Calendar tuesday 6 15 p. In. A the business and professional girls club will hold the weekly dinner meeting at the hut when misses Dorothy Hoskins and Alma Andrews will present to musical program. 6 30 p. In. A the Althusa club will hold a dinner and business meeting at the Sheraton hotel. 7 30 p. High Point chapter number 106, order of the Eastern Star will meet at the masonic Hall. Wednesday la a. In. A the Burbank Garden club will hold its final meeting and annual picnic at the country Home of mrs. A h. Jarrett on route two 3 30 p. Good will Garden club will meet with mrs. H. D. Sears at her Home on the Pickett farm. A Flower show will be featured and members Are asked to bring their Flowers for judging promptly at 3 30. 5 p. High Point and i Laura Wesson chapters United daughters of the confederacy will unite in a ceremony in Observance of Confederate memorial Day at the Oakwood memorial Park. The Public is invited to attend this service. Insert in thursday. 3 30 p. In. A the Tea and topics club will he entertained by mrs. J. Cassie Wilson at her Home on Hur Dover Street for its biweekly meeting. Friday 3 p. My the Priscilla club will meet with mrs. Hoke Bullard at her Home 1194 Forest Hill drive for its biweekly meeting. 7 30 girl Reserve clubs will present a City wide International Folk festival at the Junior High school auditorium. Proceeds go toward girl Reserve activities Here 8 30 p. Burrus memorial Hospital nurses graduating class will hold its commencement exercises at the lutheran Church when o. A Kirkman will be the principal speaker. I j i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i j i i i it u i i i i i n a i i i i n ii i i a i n a a i i Toio tacit Vij u silk underwear gloves pyjamas panties Nice for j lifts. I a Church soda Mother s Day let g make it Kotlier a a merest Day Iii her life give Hek something she Wile appreciate i lore in where we Are going to play an important role in helping you to buy attractive thin at Poplar primers. A Pix for All Aire mothers in wearing apparel accessories and hats we Are staging a Tine Ami special showing of gifts for mothers gifts for mothers gloves. And 1.95 Blouse and 1.951.95 and 2 95 new sport silk scarfs.50c and 1.00 hosiery. $1 and 1.25 handkerchief. 25c and 50c bags. $1.00 and 1.95 sweaters. 1.00 and 1.95 new Wash frocks. 2.95 to 4.95 new sport skirts Slacks and shorts ii hats just in. A new showing of real smart hats for i Mother s Day. A tree to every Mother making a Purchase of u 2.00 or More a Beautiful hand embroidered Linen j handkerchief. I Moffitt s 217 North main ii i ii mesdames Harper and j a Khon entertain rim be Circle no. 5, of the first methodist prot aunt Rhu Roh. Met on monday night with mrs. Leigh Harper and mrs. Spencer Jackson. At the Gibson Tea rooms associate hostesses were mrs. J. A soother or and mrs. Boyd Barlow Harris Jarrell was speak�1 of the evening and gave an interest ing outline of his recent trip to Europe. Or. Jarrell talk was followed by a discussion of the International situation and problems of individuals in european nations. Questions of the group were answered by or Jarrell who came in Contact with Many individuals in each of the countries he had i visited. In addition to the Twenty four i member present visitors were mrs. Neal Parker of went Palm Beach Florida and miss Elizabeth Oakes of this City. Ewe Al rat m. I. Rifle met last evening Circle four of the first methodist protestant women a auxiliary was entertained at its regular mewling last evening by or. W. H. To English. And the meeting took the form of a Weiner roast which was held indoor due to inclement weather. Twenty two members responded to Roll cull during tile business session which followed when mrs Worth Ivey Circle chairman presided. The number included one new in emitters miss Callahan and two visitor. Business of importance was transacted prior to adjournment. A a a Green it it get it la re holds Iii i Ness meet the faithful worker Cine of the Green Street Baptist Church met for their regular monthly business meeting monday evening at the Home of mrs. F. M. Hedrick 705 Carr Street with mesdames h. T. Hartley h. Hall and Paul Hancock As associate hostesses. Due to the absence of the president mrs. Guy Conrad. Mrs. Raymond Campbell presided. During the business session ways and mean were discussed As to raising funds for the class. A social hour followed at which time the hostesses served delicious refreshments to la members present. $ $ $ St Phenh class to meet on wednesday the Stephens Bible study class will meet tomorrow afternoon at three o clock at the Home of mrs. U a. Rush �09 Carrick Avenue. Mrs. Nora l Andrews will Lead the class in a discussion of Quot god s oath to Abraham. A Aiu Iida be society to meet tomorrow the missionary society of the Archdale m. E. Church will meet on wednesday evening at 7 30 at the Home of mrs. O a. Elder High Point route four. Member Are urged to attend and visitors will he welcomed. Hah Haita Pean Earnhardt Horn Here y Estero in or. And mrs. \ . Earnhardt announce the birth of a daughter Barbara Jean on May 8 at the Home of mrs. Earnhardt Mottler mrs Oma Sturges til Park Street. Mrs. Earnhardt was formerly miss Mildred Durham. Miss Theo Redman to take part in mount Holyoke fete South Hadley mass., May 9 a miss Theo c. Redman daughter and or. And mrs. Kenneth Redman of 1307 Woodland drive High Point a freshman at mount Holyoke College will he Active in May Day festivities at the College on saturday May 13, in which More than 400 students will have a part. Miss Redman will be a dancing Maiden in the pageant Quot Petrouchka a to be presented out of doors in the afternoon. A full Day s program during which mount Holyoke will play Host to Over one thousand families alumnae sub freshmen and other guests of the College will open with a Spring sports Field Day and horse show on saturday morning. Following the out of door festivities the dramatic club on saturday evening in Chapin auditorium will present George Bernard shawls comedy Quot you never can Tell a in which students and male members of the faculty and administration will take part and mrs. Dean Cunt will serve As coach. For both the afternoon and evening entertainment the dramatic club officer of the past year and those newly elected will serve As co chairmen in charge of committees working on the pageant and play. First presbyterian auxiliary observes birthday at party a colourful event was held last evening at the presbyterian Church when the woman a auxiliary observed the Twenty seventh anniversary of its founding in the Southern presbyterian Church with an attractive birthday party. The party an annual occasion was held in the gleaners rooms where an effective setting of Cut Flowers was in evidence. Following the receiving of the offering which consists of the donation of a Penny for each year of her age by each member and goes to further Mission work a Brief Busine session was held with mrs n. S. Store Walt. President in the chair. Mrs. I. H. Dalton who was in charge of Hie evening s program spoke on the birthday objective As the feature of the evening. And afterwards mrs. A. E. Taplin offered a dedicatory prayer to conclude the program. Afterwards a social hour a held in the ladies parlor of the Church. Mrs. O. Williamson and mrs. V. W. Idol presided Over a daintily appointed Tea table featuring a Lovely arrangement of Cut Flowers and representatives of various Circle assisted in serving elaborate refreshment to the approximately 125 ladle. Or. Ii. L. Brockmann a social chairman with her committee were in charge of the social period. About people Burbank clubs picnic tomorrow members of the Burbank Garden club will hold their annual picnic which will conclude the meetings for the Spring according to the usual custom tomorrow morning at la of clock at the suburban Home of mrs. It. H. Jarrett on route two. A feature of the meeting will be a Flower arrangement contest in which each member is expected to participate bringing an arrangement of her own selection. A # y. W. A. Board will meet thursday for May meeting the Hoard of directors of the local y. W. A. Will meet at the hut on thursday evening at 7.30 for the regular meeting according to an announcement made a i morning. Or. Carter Dalton y a. A. President will preside Over Rhi meeting. Women s groups to have joint meeting members of the american Homes department of the woman club Are asked to note that the regular meeting of the department which according to schedule would take place tomorrow has bean postponed till next wednesday when it will he held in conjunction with the meeting of the music literature department. The joint meeting will be held at the Whitescarver Cabin and will take the form of a luncheon. Tea and topics mrs. Vassie Wilson the Tea and topics bub will be entertained by mrs. J. Vassie Wilson on thursday afternoon at 3 30. The meeting will be held at her Home on Hur Dover Street. This will be the a uhf a regular biweekly meeting. Female of species will govern Dover Dover x. C., May a. A aug this lit in Craven county town one of Lite few in the state to have a woman mayor in of Iee also has three of tile four commissioners women. The new mayor mrs. Annie Wilson has mesdames in k. Riddle John Humphrey and Sarah Grimsley As commissioners. The Only male member of the commission is Clyde Needham. Wesley memorial Church to feature Bible Moyie the evangelism committee of the Board of stewards has planned a Moat interesting program at Wesley memorial Church tomorrow night at 7 30. During the program the sound motion picture Quot the Book of books a will be shown. J. W. Woollen will give a Short talk on the abiding values of the Bible and. B. Mcewen will speak briefly on the use of the Bible in present Day life. Another feature on the program will be special numbers Aung by the male quartet. This will be an informal meeting and those who care to do go Are asked to bring their bibles to the service and read some of the passages that have meant most to their lives. The meeting will he held in the basement of the Church. Judge Bobbitt to preside Asheboro May 9.�?judge William h. Bobbitt of Charlotte will preside Over Randolph coun Type first extra court term to Convene on monday june 26. And continue through one week of criminal Case. Tuesday May 9, 19j9 Quot a Mew. Banks to close Asheboro May 9.�?both the first National Bank and the Bank of Randolph have announced they will be closed All Day wednesday in Observance of Southern memorial Day. Eyes examined glasses fitted or. Nat Walker careful attention phone 2962 to children office Over Walgreen a drug annual Bani it Asheboro. May 9 a the Asheboro woman club will hold their annual banquet this evening in the Central methodist Church. Prof. Albert Cate Sof the Law school of the University of North Carolina will deliver the principal address. Sale of All women a Spring shoes Black Patent Beach kid Japonica Blue kid and gabardine. Values to $5.95. Sale Price is 65 to $2 65 extra special so pair men s dress shoes Black and Brown a value to $5.00 a now $1 65 Thompson shoe store 112 North main St. Special for wed. Only Tennis shoes for men and boys first Quality Tennis shoes. All sizes. Brown Blue White and Black. A 69c Quality wed. Only 39c Felt base rugs $1.25 a \ h Felt amp Rug. Jut the thing for hath or Kitchen. All the Bright new sawing color. Easy to keep clean. Brighten up your Kitchen or hath. Wednesday Only note Towel Hale i Hoh on thousand to choose from Efird s High Point n c. Or. Nell Mcghee Scott a arrived from her Home in Pittsburgh pa., for an extended visit with her parents or. And or. E. A. Mcghee 807 Morri Street. A or. A. D. Snyder who a been undergoing treatment at the but re memorial Hospital for the past two week or More is improving satisfactorily at the time and is now Able to see Viator. It a Learned today. Or. Snyder suffered a stroke at her Home near the City. Mig Margaret Dixon who has been teaching in the Hillsboro school arrived Here yesterday to spend her summer vacation with her parents or. Ami mrs. P. A Dixon on Lindsay Street. Miss Mattie idol is sailing from Norfolk va., today for a ten Day cruise to Bermuda. A a a a a a Dominos meet in Winston tonight the meeting of the Domino club will he held this evening in Winston Salem when or. Walter Hutchens club member at Large will he hostess having recently moved to that City. Members Ore asked to meet at the Home of miss Edythe Crooks on Hamilton Street at 7 of clock and the group will go to Winston Salem in a body. A pre school clinic at Ada Blair school to be held on Friday the pre school clinic at Ada Blair school will he held Friday morning from 9 to 12 of clock and parents Are asked to bring their children who will enter this so Hoot for the fit St time next fall to this clinic. Or. R. A. Herring City health officer will he in charge of the clinic which is held annually for the examination of children beginning school. Mrs. Dutton returns from extended visit Fra. 8am Dutton has returned from Northern Ohio where she spent approximately two months with relatives. Mrs. Dutton a visit was occasioned by the sickness and death of a sister mrs. W. M. Hales of Lorraine o. Hit also spent several weeks with another sister mrs. Hairy Mundee now seriously ill in Cleveland. Ill 3$ Sec daughter born to the in i. Lox Al at is or. And mrs. La. It Lovelace wish to annoy inc the birth of a daughter. Edith Jeanette on monday May s. At the Burrus memorial Hospital a Fin a social Success m sighed the sausage Ussi i Sii Quot a a a How to win friends a by Holsum bread Bousum is a a at Home a in nil places with nil foods. He they costly delicacies or everyday dishes. W by because Holst m a a Helnn cd flavor that perk up other food flavor. It the loaf that wins Friend for folks who serve it. For a new taste sensation try this recipe for the dish pictured above. Roach id Ami Cor % Apple. Pm or in win met a a i e. 11 to. Water in try a i Lemon. Then Dammer until Akin he in to put turn it Etsu my aet in oven haute e very 3 min. Tea with syrup 20-25 minute. To Guam Cool while baiting. 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