High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 9 1940, Page 7

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 9, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Thursday May 9. 1910the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page seven Sec. A misses Lambeth and Boyles brides elect of Thomasville feted at Bridge luncheon Brentwood May Day fete Thomasville May 9.�? Spe i rial a complimenting miss Mary Johnson Lambeth and miss Isabel Boyles brides elect of the Early summer mrs Charles f. Finch entertained with a Lovely Bridge luncheon this afternoon at her Home on West main Street. Miss Lambeth a betrothal to t. Winfield Blackwell or. Of Winston Salem was recently announced while miss Boyles will wed Roy Bernard Harris of High Point in june. The guests were seated at Small tables around the dining room table at which the Honoreen were seated and were served a three course luncheon in a setting of colourful Spring Flowers. Afterwards Bridge was in play and costume jewelry top score prize went to the top scorer As handkerchiefs were awarded As second prize while that awarded by the Bingo method was guest soap. A vanity Mirror was presented by the hostess to each of the Honoreen. Making up mrs. Finches guest list in addition to miss Lambeth and miss Boyles were misses Priscilla Lambeth Peggy Hite Isabel Mouzon Ruth Thomason. Theresa Hoover and mesdames Douglas Crutchfield Alvah Boyles w. In Curlee Doak Finch and Claude Green who made up the Bridge tables and others coming in for lunch who did not play were mesdames Charles f. Lambeth Oscar Finstrom of Bulkhead calif., j. S. Green Mary Green Matthews and misses Betty Jennings and Lois Johnson. Members of the Little gardens club met at the Home of mrs. Douglas Crutchfield on mock Street wednesday afternoon when mrs. Leland Crouch was associate hostess. Mrs. Crouch As president was in the chair and after a Brief business session turned the meeting Over to mrs. Claiborne Pennington. The new president who presented mrs. O. S. Poer guest speaker. Mrs. Poer made a splendid talk on a making Little gardens a telling of the Choice of plants and their arrangement and culture in the gardens. Dainty refreshments were served during the social Horn which followed the program. D a e. Fraternity at local College to have Spring banquet dance saturday the Delta Alpha Epsilon fraternity of High Point College will hold its twelfth annual banquet and dance in the Sheraton hotel saturday May la from 7 45 p. In. To 12 in. Music for the dance which will last from 9 to 12, will be furnished by Wade Denning and his orchestra from Albemarle. Present will be the following members alumni honorary members and their dates Bob Johnson of Denton with Sara Brandon. Olin Blickens Derfer of Gary. Ind., with j Mary Townsend Bob Overman of Elizabeth City with Bedie Palmer George Welborn of Thomasville with Emma Whitaker Henry Terry of Mccoll. S. C., with Lilly Saunders Darrell Allred of Trinity. ,. _ with Mildred Styers or. And mrs. Shown above is a scene from Hie May Day Celebration at Brentwood school held late tues o.,von Pih Seow of Trinler Rill Day afternoon on the school ground when proxy no Tely 4so patrons and Friend of the Load la Edwig 0 t so Pilsl urn. With a a sur gathered to witness tile colourful event Over which Advent Rickard presided after being crowned rlomn80n Queen of the May. The Celebration took the form of a Quot Parade of months with each group rep resenting a different month in elaborate photo by Dodamead. Forks a Toast to alumni by Olin Blickens Derfer. A response by Fred Cox. Jr., to the women by Bob Overman response by Linda Bowman. Salvador is increasing its purchases in the Uhl Ted states. Chatta bout me Wilson maj 0 up a to Young learn quickly. \ ii i Quot la a of \ Oung i a below to years old recent o Alk it about la St rec s bet displaying a Horton for govt not a a pin it n ils in be bait. I. Horton of Pittsboro. \ Esfer Dav one of the hoi struck for himself with the sign a for governor. I. D. Myrhol democratic primary May 25. Flush kidneys of excess acid and Poison gain in health marriage of miss Faye Earnhardt to Hale Smith announced in Lexington mgt a getting i p nights be happier Ute longer go cents proves it that dragged out feeling May mean that your kidneys Are inactive and distressed persistent backache nervousness and dizzy spells May mean the same thing. Good Active kidneys relieving the body of excess acid and poisons Are what we All should strive to attain and when kidneys and bladder Are distressed a a Good sate effective diuretic such is old medal Haarlem Oil Cape ills is called for so of you have to get up often at night of passage i scanty or difficult and smarting or burning is in cd Dencey of you have shifting pains or i leg twinges or puffy eyes it May help your health of you pay attention to i your kidneys. Gold medal Haarlem Oil cd apelles is a grand diuretics for i score of years it has been used by people All Over America and Iii j other count a a it can to harm you. In every Gold medal capsule you get the genuine the pure the original Haarlem Oil right from Haarlem in Holland. So done to be an easy Mark and accept a substitute look for the Gold medal on the Box 35 cents. Special to the Enterprise Lexington May 9 of wide interest is the announcement of Tim marriage of miss Faye Earnhardt to Hale Smith which was solemnized on Friday. April 26, at Rock Hill. S. Mrs. Smith is the daughter of mrs. Raymond p. Earnhardt and the late or. Earnhardt of this City. She is a graduate of Lexington High school and later attended woman a College at Greensboro. For several years she has held an important position in the office of the Lexington silk Mill. Or. Smith is the son of or. And mrs. De f. Smith also of this City. He was formerly connected with the i Lexington silk Mill but is now with Burlington Mills luc., and is located in High Point. 2 for i Sale sum rat Jui Nikoui Spring is late. We amp. 4 bought too much. You profit by our mistake Nill with every glider sold we will give a Metal seat chair or Rocker in colors to match absolutely free. With each Metal chair sold you get a Small child a red Metal chair free. No Advance in i ii i ii s in water proof Green and White and Black and White a very comfortable a $29.50 $33.50 a a a a. 31-5&Quot $37.50 with Large Metal chair f la i e i Metal chairs every one Quality built $2.95 $3.75 $4.25 i child a chair free with every one sold upholstered Spring steel chairs with genuine water proof covers $1495 Cut rate furniture company 615-17 East Green Street phone 2879 or. And mrs Smith will make their Home with the Bride s Mother on Pickard Circle Here. # a miss Agnes Carrick entertained the members of her Bridge club at her Home on West eighth Avenue with guests making up three tables. At the count of the scores. Miss Evelyn Canady was awarded a double deck of cards As High score Winner while mrs. J. Jarvis received a Box of note paper As Low score Price. When cards were Laid aside the hostess served refreshments to miss Canady. Mrs Jarvis miss Vivian Smith. Miss Emaly Binning. Miss addio Fulton. Miss Vivian Sowers mrs. Johnnie Hewitt. Mrs. Claude Smith miss Inez Henley. Mrs. N. J. Binning and miss Johnole Warner. Slate deaths Hiram Haggett Lillington. May 9.a it a funeral services were held today for Hiram Baggett 62. Lillington lawyer and realtor. He died unexpectedly yesterday of heart trouble. He was a brother of the late senator j. R Baggett. Mrs. Charra Wall up. Mrs Woodrow my Korv. Miss Kite Mays. Mrs. James m. Daniel mrs Paul Miller mrs. Carroll Wall and mrs Cyrus Mccrary attended the Federated state music club convention held at Elizabeth City last week. A a a a a a a Little Peggy Ann Costner celebrated her eighth birthday anniversary at her Home on East fourth Avenue with a Lovely party. The Little hostess greeted the guests at the door wearing a Lovely yellow net dress Over taffeta and a tiny Corsage of Pink and yellow rosebuds. Following a number of games the children were invited into the dining room where a Beautiful double deck birthday cake entered the dining table. Ice Cream Aud cake were served by the hos j teas Mother mrs j. P. Costner and pastel cups of Candy were Given As favor. Search for negro who escaped from Road gang dav1dsonville, md., May 9 up a eighteen county police j men. A dozen Farmers and five j guards from the House of Correl i Ion searched the Woods near Here today for a negro convict who escaped from a prison Road gang. Broke into a Davidsonville Home. And beat a 22-year-old Mother of three children the prisoner escaped from the Road gang late yesterday near Crownsville. Obeyed by committee Washington May 9.�?<7p a a House appropriations subcommittee was reported today to have approved president Roosevelt a request for authority to spend $975,-000.000 for spa in the eight Mouths starting july i. Harvey Pressley of High Point with Hunt Pinta hit Kearns of Washington d. Cd with Linda Bowman Jimmy Mattocks of Duke University with Edith Vance or. And mrs. George of High Point 8. J. Welborn of Emory University Atlanta a. M. Henderson of Saxapahaw with Catherine Ellison Fred Cox jr., of Fayetteville with Helen Rao Holton. The banquet program beginning at 7 45 of clock will open with a Welcome by Bol Johnson followed by a response by Jim mat Don cover up a poor complexion let the famous medicated Cream that a aided thousands help Clear up your complexion a a poor complexion can cheat you of a lot of life t try to cover up a Akin that a rough looking or marred by externally caused blemishes let medicated nox2ema help restore your natural healthy skin Beauty. Noxzema helps reduce enlarged pores with its mildly astringent action. Aids in softening rough heal up externally caused blemishes. Use it As a night coca mind powder base. Get a Jar at any drug or dept store today. 25 trial Jar noxzema on raft a a the regular meeting of the Henry study club wan held at i the Home of mrs. H. E. Olive with the president mrs. Ralph d. Moffitt. In charge of the business session. The subject of study for the afternoon was Quot the coming struggle for latin american and was ably presented by mrs. W. D. Clark program Leader. During the social hour the guests were invited into the Din j ing room where mrs. Olive was 1 assisted by her daughter. Miss Virginia Olive in serving a two j course dinner to mesdames of i flit. Clark John Raper. Charles e. Williams. W f. Welborn f. H. Wall f. A. Watson. Charles Wall i j. Leonard jr., e. B. Craven and miss Alma Owen. Miss Winifred Bensley entertained at a dinner party a the Home of her sister mrs. Charles Taylor on West fifth Avenue in Honor of her House guest. Miss Eloisa Bodenheimer of Thomasville. Covers were Laid for misses Hensley. Bodenheimer hex Beth Ann Hulin Edith Simon Kathryn Fry Jacqueline Phillips. Kathryn Wallace Frank Leonard a i yid Agner. Jimmie Kuliu Robert i Ebelein Joe Mccrary jr., and j a Cliff Leonard. A delightful affair was the ban j Quat Given by George Coble recently at the Hege inn when he entertained the employs of Coble Dairy products. A delicious three course dinner was served at 6 31 of clock. Or. John w. Griffith served As Toast j master for the occasion. Or. Coble extended a greeting of Welcome to i which Jack Martin responded. I miss Essie Everhart gave a read j ing followed by several numbers by a quartet composed of mrs. Claude Smith miss Leona Charles. J mrs. Johnnie Hewitt and miss j Everhart accompanied by mrs. Cliff Waitman at the piano. Nick j Linville gave several dances and c c. Booker of Raleigh closed with an interesting talk. 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