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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 12, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Sunday. Mar 12, thoth High Point Enterprise Piedmont Conter of Industry High Point. North Carolina Page three Sec. Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4568 social and dial activities hours 8 30 a a to 12 noon saturdays 8 30 . To 6 pm. Miss Myrick reveals wedding plans As formal invitations to wedding issued Gheen St it get Church invitations to Tho wedding ceremony of miss Mary Louise Myrick and Albert p. Hyde whose betrothal was announced in december. Are being issued today Aud Are of cordial interest in this Section of the state the wedding being planned for saturday june first at the presbyterian Church Bere. The cards read As follows a emr. And mrs. John Marvin Myrick request the Honor of your presence at the marriage or their daughter Mary Louise to or. Albert Pennington Hyde on saturday. June first at six of clock in the evening first presbyterian Church. High plans for the wedding were announced today by miss Myrick. Who will be Given in marriage by latter brother of miss Myrick John Kearns of Birmingham. Ala., and Lawrence e. Gordon jr., of Marion a. Miss Myrick has been a popular member of the Ray Street school faculty from woman s Boro while her Fiance is connected with the Bristol company in new York. He graduated from the University of North Carolina with a degree of mechanical engineering and is a member of the Tau Beta Phi honorary engineering society. Several parties have already been planned to Honor this Bride elect the first being a Tea Ai which miss Howerton and mrs Miller will entertain next saturday at the Home of mrs. S her father. J. M. Myrick of greens-1 Grayson on North main Street Boro and the officiating ministers will be or. Charles f. Myers pastor of the Bride of Greensboro. Wedding music will is famished by mrs. John Miller Soprano and miss Evelyn Troxler of Greensboro violinist while Dan w. Smith Church organist will preside at the console. Miss Myrick a a Matron of Honor will he mrs Carl r. Wesselhoft of Greensboro and bridesmaids will he misses Evelyn Sharp of Greensboro and North Wilkesboro and Elisabeth Buhman of Greensboro both former classmates of the i Bride elect at w. U. N c. J misses Sarah Howerton of High Point and Mary Louise Macbroom j of Roanoke a. Or. Hyde will have As Hest Man j his brother. Judson g. Hyde Oft Hartford. Conn., and Ushers will i include Ensign William p. Hep j Hart of Norfolk va., and free j Man Myrick of Roanoke va., the Landt on that City. Dine out on sunday special luncheon 12 to 2 30 65c hot Waffle suppers from 55c 6 to 9 p. M. Sheraton hotel Grill Quot noted for Good Wood Quot full course dinner from 85c circles plan meetings circles of the Green Street Baptist Church will meet As follows Circle no. I mrs. M. Culler Leader with mrs. Stout 4 33 Tate Street Friday evening at since graduation j 7 30 of clock Irele no. 2, mrs. J College in greens g. H. Canicula Leader with mrs. J. T. Curlee 802 East Green Street tuesday evening 7 30 j of clock Circle no. 3, mrs. Lewis Williams Leader with mrs. J. L. Kivett 17< 4 East Green Street i Friday evening 7 30 of clock Cir-1 Cie no. 4. Mrs. Emma Poole Lead-1 or with mrs e. F. Mcdowell. 202 Ward Street. Monday evening 7 30 of clock Circle no. 2, mrs. I a. Pegg Leader with mrs j. J Cross 1118 Campbell Street Mon Day evening 7 30 of clock Circle no. 6. Mrs. U. G. Rush Leader. With mrs. O. B. Mai pass Centennial Avenue monday afternoon 3 of clock. The Mabel Bullard Circle will meet monday evening at 7 30 of clock with mrs. Fred b. Culler. 518 Carter Street w Ith miss Sadie i Doss As associate hostess. An auction Sale will he featured and a Leader chosen to fill the vacancy left when mrs c. N. Royal moved to another City North main Loyal workers to >1 get the Loyal workers class of the North main Baptist Church j will hold its regular meeting tuesday evening at seven of clock at the Home of mrs. Whitt Osborne on route one. Mrs. Bill j Hilliard and mrs. Roy Jones will be associate hostesses at this time and members Are asked to meet at the Church at 6 45 and j go in a body to the place of meeting. South main Circle meetings monday the May meetings of circles of the South main methodist Aux a liar Quot will hold their scheduled j meetings on monday of this week As follows Circle one will meet Thomasville Bride elect and on the afternoon of the same Date. Miss Elizabeth Buhman will he luncheon hostess at the o. Henry hotel in Greensboro. The following week mrs. Wesselhoft. The Matron of Honor. Will entertain at Bridge joining hospitality with mrs. William in Ruger at the latter apartment in Greensboro on May 22 and miss Evelyn Sharp will he luncheon hostess at the Home of mrs. Herbert cart saturday May 25, in d a. R. To install new slate program of interest planned installation of the new slate of officers headed by mrs. N. S. Stirewalt Regent will he an important feature of the May meeting of the Alexander Martin chapter. Daughters of the american revolution being held on tuesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Ii. A Millis hop North main Street at three thirty o clock. The program for the afternoon will feature the topic a colonial new Bern and the restoration of Tryon a prepared by miss Gertrude Carrs Way and to be presented in her absence by mrs. Thur lows a. Kearns miss Carraway was scheduled to give this pro Gram hut was unable to do so due to this meetings conflict Ion with the memorial dedicatory rites at Pisgah Forest. Reports from the recent Continental Congress held in Washington. D. C., will also he Given by the chapters representatives. Associate hostesses with mrs. Millis will he mesdames Howard Marsh Royster Tucker John c t. Ingram. Sr., t. A Rolt Belle. Claim Conner and be Horn Perry. A or. And irs t. K. Harris of Trio Ihms ill announce the engagement of their daughter Mary Evelyn to Max Haywood list a of the wedding to take place in the late summer. Or. is the Only san of irs. J. Harmon and the late Berlin ii. A i be of u Inston a Rem. With mrs. R c Plummer. 1236 baby s first shoes pro a a retd forever a s0lid inc it nazi math. A grand Metha it. Tbs Farih Ai Nae ids. Leby i Awn lilt diets beautifully preserved in solid Metal hot painted or sprayed. A shoe Sterne in handsome Brome Frame is to a hair Broma on smart Broma bookends. It e Shea Broma unmounted Poir is. a shoe on imported Oft i Bota Perkinson la North main miniature Flower contest announced the last regular meeting of the tuesday evening Garden club for the summer months will be held at the Home of mrs. J. Teague 208 Gilcrest drive on tuesday. May 14. At 3 of clock in the afternoon. At which time the club will feature a miniature Flower arrangement contest. It is pointed out that no arrangement entered must exceed four inches in height in compliance with the requirements of a Well known company of Rose towers and winners will receive a Plant of the miniature Rose All members Are expelled to compete and any wishing further information regarding the contest is asked to Call mrs. J. G. Snipes chairman of the calling committee. In addition to the miniature arrangement contest there will also he a display of Iris in which it is hoped All members will participate it is stated a Council study group to study a rigoletto at meeting wednesday the final meeting of the study group of the High Point Council of jewish women for the summer will be held at the Home of mrs. Sam Tobias on Parkway wednesday evening at 8 30 of clock when mrs. Harry doctor will be associate hostess. The program will feature the study of the opera a a rigoletto Aud j. Gurney Briggs Wil be guest artist Wilh mrs. Samuel Hyman in charge of the evening s program. Wrestling monday. May 13. 8 30 p. M. 119 South Hamilton Street Arena High Point n. Promoter Sergt. L. Mcmahon Elwood hotel phone 3347 Tony Galento in person refereeing main Evi it Bashara is. Tommy Marvin purple Flash out of 3 who minutes Semi final Tom Mahoney is. Luigi Brug Lupi i fall a is minutes opening Jake Patterson is. Joe Monel i fall a to minutes no Lorre of in prices Eree list suspended ringside tickets on Sale St Sheraton and Elwood hotels we especially Cater to ladies sos. Re for coloured fans tickets si.io�?75c�?55c South main Street at 7.30 in the i evening and Circle two will be i entertained by mrs. B. E. Brig Man 112 Briggs Avenue monday afternoon at 2 30. The meeting of Circle three will he held at the Home of mrs. J. M. Fritts 400 i West Green Street at 2 30 in the afternoon and the business women Scircle meets with mrs. S. G. Fowler 710 Wise Street at 7 30. The meeting of the Lucy Robertson Circle w ill he held at the Home of mrs. J. S. Purr. 10u8 Tipton Street with mrs. Blanche Harris is associate hostess monday evening St 7 30. # Abbotts Creek class his monthly meeting the monthly meeting of the Philathea class of Abbott Creek j Church was held Friday evening i at the Home of mrs. Robert pal Mer on the Road with eight members and five guests present. The president. Mrs will Davis presided Over the meeting and j following the devotional the usual j routine business was transacted. I an interesting mothers Day program was Given under the Direc-1 dons of mrs. Alta Green pro a Gram chairman. Taking part on the program were misses Dorothy Green and Glady Welborn and mrs. Dell Davis. During the social hour the hostess. Assisted by mines Glady and Grace Welborn served refreshments. Ski thide it lash holi meeting the faithful workers class of Southside Baptist Church held the regular meeting on Friday evening with mrs a j. May at her i Home on route two. A hymn and devotional in which mrs. V. Dennis and mrs. Wilma Everhart took part. Opened the meeting and miss Caille Dennis presided Over the business session which featured important matters. During a social hour games and contests were enjoyed and the hostess served refreshments to the ten members and two visitors assisted by mrs. I. A. Howard. Erst Baptist Circle meetings on monday the circles of the woman a missionary society of the first Baptist Church will meet monday As follows no. I or. E. R. Gary 4 09 Gatewood Avenue at 3 30, with mrs. M. L. Slate As associate hostess. No. 2. Mrs. J. It. Wood. 238 Mon lieu Avenue at 3 30 no. 3, mrs. E. Veltzel 1105 Lindsay Street at 3 no. 4, mrs. Lawrence Council 410 Lindsay at 3 30 no. 5 in the Church parlor with or. L. Lomax and mrs. S. T. Hensley As hostesses at 3 30 j no. 6. Gibson a club room with mrs. Ii. A. Knight and or. Effie York hostesses at 3 30 Helen Dozier miss Gladys Ellington. 217 West Ray Street. Miss Minnie i Gregory associate hostess Al Kalda Grayson mrs. W. K. Dickens. 310 East Parris or. Elford York associate hostess at 8 Busy women mrs. W. G. Bridges 515 North Hamilton 7 30 y. W. A., miss Josephine Gibson. 1109 Forrest Hill at 7 30. St. M.1ry�?Tsgiald will meet monday the woman a Guild of St. Mary episcopal Church will meet at the Parish House on monday afternoon at 3 30, according to an announcement made yesterday. 3$f Ink 0 Mittie Moon Circle Meeth monday night the Lottie Moon Circle of West end Baptist Church will meet with i mrs. Nellie Pearsall at her Home i j 600 Kennedy Street monday eve using at 7 30 o clock. A tic be no 7 meets with mrs. Tyson t. Ferree Circle no. 7 of first methodist auxiliary u1 mod with or i wedding plans of miss Lambeth and or Blackwell announced cards issued special to the Enterprise Thomasville. May 11.�?announcement is made today of the plans for the marriage of miss Mary Johnson Lambeth of Thomasville and Thomas Winfield Blackwell. Jr., of whose betrothal was recently announced. As invitations Are being issued to the ceremony which will he solemnized on saturday. June i in the first Baptist Church of Thomasville. Formal announcement h in i am eth req your presence at their daughter m or. Thomas Winfield jr., on saturday the to Whf Are Heing issued Only to out of town residents while Thomas villains will receive an informal invitation read As follows a emr and mrs Charles Franks the Honor of the marriage of Ary Johnson to Blaek Well. Of june at half after five of clock. First Baptist Church Thomasville North or. W. K. Mcgee pastor of the Bride and or. Ralph herring of , pastor of of. Blackwell will officiate at the ceremony which w ill be characterized by simplicity. Miss Lambeth will have As her maid of Honor her sister. Miss Priscilla i in Beth and bridesmaids will he misses pee a mite of Thomasville and miss Harriett v. Shaw of Pelham. Ga., both schoolmates of miss Lambeth it Sweet Briar College. Or. Blackwells brother Crist Blackwell of will serve As Hest Man and Ushers will be Agnew Bahnson James Lynch Egbert l. Davis jr., All of and Ralph Gardner of Shelby. Wedding music will be furnished by mrs. Henry Myers of Greensboro who will preside at the Organ playing Semi classical selections prior to the ceremony. Miss la a in both second daughter of or. And or. Lambeth of Thomasville is popularly known in huh Point where she was formerly connected with the Enterprise prior to which time she did journalistic work on Thomasville newspapers. Or. Blackwell is the son of or. And mrs. T. W. Blackwell of Winston Salera and is a prominent Young lawyer of that City. Among the parties in the near future planned for this popular Bride elect is a luncheon on Friday when mrs. Jack Keeler will entertain at her Home in and another on saturday in Raleigh where mrs. Roy l. Mcmillan will entertain cousins of miss Lantheir from various sections of the stale Tyson t. Kerr Ottery drive 7 30 o clock. Mondi an tin Home even in eating or Tim i in my has a i in it Ehley chm Les the auxiliary in planned re urged to of me Iori a to meet circles of the of Wesley my 311 pro All but. Beane Harper vows taken at Asheboro woman s memorial Church will meet monday afternoon at 3 30 As follows no. I a mrs. Ray Nibbelink chairman hostess mrs. L r. Terry 915 North main Street and associate hostess mrs. F. P. Kiser no. 2 a mrs. A Rit cd chairman hostess mrs. J. H. Adams Sedge in i to no. 3 mrs. La. Terry chairman hostess mrs. Forrest la. Murray 533 Parkway and associate Host Esse mesdames p. A. Jones. . E. Linthicum and by la. Linthicum no. 4�?mrs. Coddle Strickland chairman hostess mrs. De Steele. 401 East Washington Street and associate hostesses mrs. Ii. G. Roth rot k and mrs. Margaret Hamlin no. 5�? mrs. M. T. Lambeth chairman hostess mrs. Willis Sulue Westwood drive and associate hostesses. Mrs. A c. Bart ii a Lei mrs. A. R. Myatt no. 6-�?mrs. J. . Austin sr., chairman hostess mrs. George Wood sr., 206 Boulevard and associate hostesses mrs. De Lyon. Mrs. M. By. Nash no. 7�?mrs. Charles Kearns chairman hostess mrs. George Lowe 604 West Farris Avenue and associate hostesses mrs John Bivins and mrs. P j. Neal. Circle no. 8 mrs. Clyde Edwards chairman hostess mrs j. A Moore iou rotary drive and associate hostesses. Esther Hee and miss Ina Mon. This Circle meets of clock monday evening. Althusa club to have business and dinner meeting on tuesday the Althusa club will hold its May business session at the semimonthly dinner meeting being held in Hie Privatt dining room of the Sheraton hotel on tuesday evening the new slate of officers will be presented by the nominating committee of which mrs. T. In Ballard is chairman As an important feature of this meeting Nigul other in is Ness accumulating since the first meeting in april Holl o he Lan sated. Miss Good a t s Asheboro. May la i special in a ceremony solemnized Friday morning at the parsonage of the first methodist Church in Asheboro by Rev. Paul Hardin officiating minister miss Hazel be Beano and James Robert Harper were United in marriage. The Bride wore a dress of Navy Marquisette with Navy and White accessories and a shoulder Corsage of sweetheart roses. She is the daughter of or and mrs. J. Beane and the grand daughter of or. And mrs. S. A. Cox of Pisgah. A graduate of Seagrove High school she is a Talent musician. Or. Hat per is the son of or. J and mrs. By. E. Harper of North Asheboro and is connected with the Mccrary hosiery Mills. Immediately following the ceremony the Young couple left on a wedding trip to Western North Carolina and Tennessee after which they will be at Home in Pisgah. Wee mrs. H. P. Morrison to entertain american Home dept. At final meeting the american Homes department of the High Point woman a club will he entertained wednesday afternoon a1 3 30 of clock at its final meeting by mrs. In p. Mor risen at her Home on West Broad Street this week this meeting will he held wednesday afternoon at 3 30 o clock and will feature Hie final in a series of program on Quot Hong Lakings by miss Frances Mendenhal of Lite Home economics ii. Parti ment of the High school Here. Miss Mendenhall will conclude the series with a talk on a outdoor entre Nous club Wilt meet with mrs. Sic loft mrs. Charles h. Siceloff will entertain members of the entre Nous club at its regular biweekly f meeting on thursday afternoon at her Home on Parkway. The hour for this meeting will he 3 i u clock. About people mrs. J. A. Myatt has returned to her Home 1014 club drive from Chattanooga. Tenn., where she has been visiting her sister miss Alice close for Over a month. If it pc i a master Bill Jenkins of Burlington is spending the week end in the Home of his Cousin j. . Henderson at 311 Burton Street. Or. And mrs. Paul Jenkins of Burlington Are spending the weekend in the City As guests of their respective mothers mrs. I Stalnaker on Steele Street anti mrs. G. G. Welborn on Tate Street a a or. And mrs. In p. Morrison of 416 West Broad Street Are spending the Day in Greensboro where they Are guests of miss Geneva Morrison at her residence there. Or. Morrison and r. M. Bundy returned yesterday from a fishing trip near Sanford. It $ sit mrs. Howard Collie of Danville. Va., arrived Friday and is spending the week end Here with mrs. Meddle Strickland at her Home 712 Mon lieu Avenue. # Ray c. Steele of Roanoke. A is spending the week end with his parents or. And mrs. J. La. Steele at 1102 Marion Street. He will he accompanied by or. And or. Billy Lynch and family. Miss Betty Baker of Greensboro who to a student at woman College University of North Carolina i spending the week end Here As the House guest of miss Helen Mcbee at her Home 1012 Holton Street i. B. Dunn has been removed from the Burrus memorial Hospital where he has been a patient for the past four months to his Home. 618 English Street where he is improving friends will he glad to learn. Mrs. Robert Tilin who has been a patient at the Burrus memorial Hospital has been removed to her Home on Albert Street from the Burrus memorial Hospital where she is improving. She returned Home saturday. Or. And mra. John Daves Mary Helen and Kathryn Daves Are j visiting miss Ruth Daves who is a student at Campbell College. They went to Campbell to attend i the May Day festival in which miss Ruth Dave in one of the May Queen attendants. Or. And mrs. George t. Wood. With mrs. Frank Wood and son Are spending several Days at the Wood cottage at Paradise Point. They expect to return Home Friday. John c. Abels accompanied by his Brothers Herman f. Abels of and Byron Abels of Greensboro will leave this morning by motor for an extensive trip to the West visiting in Kau i . They expect to or Goue for about ten Days. In Iii miss Rebecca Jenkins of prod i Dence r. I., is spending two weeks in this Vicinity visiting rela a lives including her Niece miss i Helen Henderson 311 West Bur i ton Street her Mother mrs. G. G. Welborn 712 Tate Street her brother Paul Jenkins burling ton. A. Emma Blair , a. To hold regular meet tuesday night a Tho regular monthly meeting of the Emma Blair Parent team her j asocial Ion will he held tuesday r ight in the or Hool auditorium. I t Barie f Carroll superintendent of schools will speak and music will be furnished by the rhythm hand the . And the sax Sette band. A Silver offering will be taken for the Benefit of the free lunch fund. Ray Street p. T. A. Board will meet the executive Hoard of the Ray Street Parent teacher association will hold an important meeting at the school tuesday morning at 10 30 of clock and a full attendance of the Hoard membership is urged it was stated last night. Wow Mil. Boone and son moved from Hospital mrs. J. In Boone and infant son. Paul Norman have been removed to their Home 603 Hawthorne Street from the Burrus memorial Hospital where the ii,4 Moo xi-., r two poems for Mother s Day no gentler Spring Spring is not Spring this year. Here is a thing bitter beyond belief from sullen skies fire Falls on men in monstrous warlike Guise and spurts from grumbling guns where no Birds sing. Spring is not Spring at All that sucks the breath of marching boys and seeds with blood and Bone Fields that with Grain in happier Springs were sown and stifles lilacs with the stench of death. This was not Spring before the tortured mind and girls with Only dead menus lips to kiss. To there no Refuge for perplexed Mankind no place of peace where ouly Beauty is no Hope of Haven shall we look to find no Kinder May no gentler Spring than this the mothers cry where Are our sons today is mothers Day. They should be with us Tell us. Where Are they i hese sons that we conceived in love and bore beneath the hearts that now Are bruised and sort with grief and longing All our Little boys who played with Ball and top have other toys. Theirs is a Grimmer play. With planes and tanks and guns. Today is to herbs Day god give us Hack our sons a Dot Bell. Junior legion auxiliary entertains with informal Tea to Honor mothers a delightful social event of the week end was the informal Tea Given saturday afternoon when the newly organized Junior chapter of the local american i Gion auxiliary entertained a group of their mothers in Observance of the approaching mothers Day today. The Tea was held at the Home of mrs. A. A Stevens Junior councillor of the girls on Johnson Street and assisting mrs. Stevens and the girls in entertaining was j miss Evelyn Boyd sister of to former Iris predominated in the Hor i appointing its of the Home and it arrival the mothers were Zereh and served by the Junior member i headed by their president hell i Gibson. These were Frances Al j Derson Ellen Stirewalt bet i Yow. Louise Gibson Nancy grf i and Caroline Arden. This group also served in j cookies and salted nuts from attractive table entered with in i cd Spring Flowers. Polka dots. Dance All Over these Graceful frocks Light and airy. Ideal for sports and frivolous Wear tuck in and Over Blouse Rayon c re Pink Gray Ai j a Navy will White dots. Sizes 12 to Jyh. Special monday Only $5-0� Lizzie Gooch a Kua do building

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