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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 22, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Pack St the High Poi it Enterprise Piedmont can apr of Industry High Point. North Carolina monday. May 22, 1930 a v social and club activities phone no. 4568 Hough h3aooh 3ni13qvw of fice hours 9 a m. T012 aa4 a. Am Ai mrs. Phil Warner and Herman Smith win costume awards at Quot kiddie Quot dance the a a kiddie parly held at the Emery Wood country club saturday evening when the May dance for the dub membership and their out of town guests was presented proved to to a colourful affair with the majority of the dancers dressed in children s attire. Prizes were awarded for the Moat effective costumes these going to mrs. Phil Warner and Herman Smith while those receiving honorable mention were or. Philip Davis. Mrs. E t. Howard and Tom kearns.1 mrs. Warner wore a red checked Gingham dress and her hair dress was typically childish with the customary red hair Bow while or. Smith wore a Black Satin suit with knee trousers and White Blouse. John Peddicord Aud his orchestra furnished music for dancing and proved very popular with the dancers. A Large number gathered at the club of nine o clock for hours do oeuvres which were served at Small tables in the lounge according to club custom and the others came in later when dancing got underway at nine thirty. The biweekly Bridge partly for ladies of the membership is being held at the clubhouse tomorrow afternoon when play will begin at three o clock. Serving As associate hostesses at this time will he mesdames Thomas Turner and e b. Lambie. Parent teacher Council s Fina meeting tomorrow the school years final meeting of the High Point Parent teacher Council will he held tuesday afternoon at 3 4a at the Ray Street school at which time mayor o Arthur Kirkman will be the principal speaker and will have for his subject a your responsibility As parents in the management of City another highlight or the meeting will he the installation in one ceremony of the new slate of officers when mrs w. A. White of Jamestown will serve As installing officer. Mrs. Floyd Wilson will head the elate for another term of office. This is an important meeting and All Board members aft teachers of the schools Are urged to attend. Attention is called to the fact that the District . A. Meeting will he held in High Point in the fall while the state Congress of parents and teachers w ill he entertained Here next Spring and tentative plans will be j discussed at this time. A it it Knox Street t. E. To. 4 i ass meets tomorrow the t. E l. Claes of the i Green Street Baptist Church will j meet tomorrow evening at 7 30 of clock at the Home of mrs. C Culler 3 30 Woodrow Avenue. Members ate urged to attend this meeting it was announced today. Randolph delegates attend conference democratic women c. A l a a. c von lot St of tomorrow your final and Only Chance to buy these pretty society Satin slips in Tea Rose. All sizes 32 to 44. Regular Dollar Quality 2 for $1.00 Moffitte a 217 North main Street Asheboro. May 22 a mrs George Bulkhead has announced the list of Randolph county delegates to the regional conference for democratic women to be held tomorrow Aud wednesday in Winston Salem. Those attending will include or. And mrs. D. Ross. Or. And mrs. R. L. Bunch Eva Ward Dilly Mcaulay Iola Lowdermilk. Mrs. Vernon Moore t. F. Bulla or. And mrs. Vvs. A. Bunch Thelma Huggins. Faith Brewer Aileen Gilmore. Blanche Miller p. Of Miller or. And mrs. Walter de Yow Exie Calliott. Mary fee loiter f. Phillips hate Hammer mrs. Harriette Hammer Walker mrs. W. C. Hammer or. And mrs. Henry l. Ingram or. Burkhead and a e. Johnson of Ramseur. Senator Barkley of Kentucky will be the principal speaker at the banquet to be Beld at the Robert de Lee hotel tuesday evening at 7 o clock. He will be introduced by governor Clyde r. Sloey. Goodwin Clark marriage vows taken saturday in Danville va., ceremony announcement to made of the marriage of miss Inez Lee Goodwin and Allen Mclark both of High Point which was solemnized saturday May 20, in Danville a. Rev. Fletcher Osborne Danville minister officiated at the ceremony and the marriage was witnessed by misses Vera Jones and Bill Phifer with Arthur Jones and Neal Garner who accompanied the i couple to Danville. The Bride wore Navy Blue with i chartreuse accessories and her i should Erc Orsage was of sweetheart roses and lilies of the Valley. She is the attractive daughter of or i and mrs. E. R. Goodwin of this City and or. Clark is the son of or. And mrs. Fletcher Clark of i this City. He is employed by the Triangle hosiery Mill. The couple Are now making their Home at 8�?~>7 English Street. Is jewish women s study group meets tomorrow with mrs. I. Tanner the study group of the High Point Council of jewish women will meet tomorrow evening at 8 of clock at the Home of mrs. Louis Tanner 1008 rotary drive according to an announcement made today. This meeting is scheduled for the regular Date on wednesday evening anti members Are asked to take note of the change in Day of meeting. A a a Lebanon ladies Aid meets the esd a night the ladies Aid society of Lebanon m. I. Church will hold a regular meeting tuesday evening at 7 10 of clock at Tho Home of miss Pauline Brackett on Hicks Street. Social Calendar monday 6 30 p. A m so Dixie Thomas Bride elect will lie feted at dinner by miss Dor Wiy Cummings at her Home on South Hamilton Street. 8 p. In a the High Point chapter of High Point College alumnae association will meet at tile postal employ is Cabin just off Highway ten a. X p. musical Art club will met t at the Emery Wood country club when the program will feature musical selections by the senior High school orchestra and the High Point teachers chorus. Members ate permitted to bring guests to this meeting. Leshay 3 p. ladies Bridge party of the Emerywood country club will be held at the club with mesdames Thomas Turner and de b. Gamble As associate club hostesses. 6 30 p. In. A the Althusa club will have ifs annual progressive dinner at the Home of several various members beginning with Hie first course at the Home of misses Virginia and Julia Ryan in the Alberta apart men to. 6 30 p. In. A the Wayside Garden club will have its Annua picnic at Hie Springfield museum. Members Are invited to bring their husbands or a Friend. Thi Ruday to a. A the monthly meeting of the e arly american arts club will be held at the Home of mrs. . S. Shepherd. 703 Boulevard in Winston Salem who will present the pro Gram. 3 p. social arts club will meet with mrs. . Frazier 601 Mont lieu Avenue. 8 p. In mrs. Bruce Conrad and mrs. I. De Cauble will be Bridge hostesses for miss Mildred Wessinger at Hie Home of the former 016 rotary drive. 8 p. Janet Russell will present a piano recital at High Point College in Roberts will be a feature of commencement a Hall. This the College Tivit in. Eri Dav 3 p. meet Florence Nightingale club will hear final lecture on religion the Florence Nightingale club will hold its monthly dinner meeting at the y. . C. A. Hut this evening at six of clock at which time the final in a series of three religious lectures will be Given by mrs. Charles a. Mcmurray who will discuss a religion and the a Emma Blair p t. A. To have final meeting the Parent teacher association of Hie Jeninia Blair school will hold its final meeting of the school year tomorrow evening at 7 30 in the school auditorium and All parents Are urged to attend according to an announcement made today. Mrs. Estella Davis claimed by death mrs. Estella a. Davi widow of elder c. A. Davis passed away in a local Hospital sunday morning shortly before 4 of clock. Mrs. Davis fell at the Home of her daughter mrs. Marvin b. Hedgecock Ines Forsyth county and fractured her hip. She had been a patient in the Hospital since that time. Mrs. Davis was a he daughter of pleasant and Martha Davis Welch and was born in High Point March 26. 1861. She was a devoted member of the Abbotts Creek primitive Baptist Church at which place the funeral service will be held the afternoon at 3 o clock. Erder j. A. E agg of Winston Salem and elder v. V. Wolliard will officiate. Her husband the late Eider c. A. Davis was Well known and i prominently connected with the primitive Baptist churches. He died september 23. 1923. Surviving Are four sons. C. Lester Davis John Rowe Davi of Davidson county w. Davis and Cletus Davis of Houston Texas and one daughter or. Marvin Hedgecock. Where the body was carried sunday after i noon. There Are 32 grandchild Dren and nine great grandchildren surviving. There Are four half Brothers j. Q. Welch of Winston Salem. J de a. M., and oed Welch of Watauga county and one half brother or. G. A. Green of Watauga county. A daughter. Mrs. A Henry Hicks. Died Here on january i of this year. To direct women s activities at Duke during 1939-40 the 18 Young women shown above have been selected by fellow student at woman a College of Duke University to direct the activities of leading student organizations during 1089-40. They Are left to right first Row misses Barbara Henry Atlanta ga., the senior class Ann Rauschenberg Atlanta. Ga., the music study club Maxine Chambers Okmulgee of the Duke a no Duchess humor publication Byrne Church va., president of the glee club neck x. Y., coed business manager of the president of president of okla., editor Ware Falls Polly Warner great chronicle Semi weekly newspaper Peggy Anne Raup Richmond va., president of student government. Second Row misses Llewellyn Flowers Thomasville la., coed editor and Annajane Boyd Philadelphia pa., coed business Man Ager of the t Bant Micier a yearbook lean Bailey Raleigh coed business manager of the Archive literary monthly Rose Lueftner Durham president of the town girls tub. Third Row misses Ann Lamb King Charleston. W. Va., coed business manager of the Duke no Duchess Nancy Yang Afton pa., president of the women a athletic association. Fourth Row misses de wins Sand Holm Brooklyn n. �?z coed editor of the chronicle Anne Seawell Winder ga., chairman of in freshman adviser Farrar Babcock Oklahoma try okla., president of the v. W. A. A. Beth Shaw Miami Fla., president of sandals honorary Sophomore order Leanne Murphy upper Darby pa., chairman of the to Cine standards committee and Evelyn parades Atlanta ga., president of the sorority Hel Mcnie Council. The Priscilla club with or. R de Young at her Home 7 26 Elor Ham Avenue. And i used to be such a sausage in this dress look at the fat i be lost now you can a lira Down your face and figure without strict dieting or Baek-break-1-4in exercise. Just a v sensibly and Lake 4 Marmot Tablet a Day. According to the directions. Mar Biola tablets have been sold to the Public for More than thirty year. More than Twenty million boxes have been distributed during that period. Marmots is Sot intended As a sure Alt for All ailments. Titi advertisement is intended Only for fat persons who ate i offal and healthy otherwise and whose fatness is caused by a reduction in the secretion from the thyroid Inland hypothyroidism with accompanying subnormal metabolic rates. No other representation is made Aslo this treatment except under the conditions and according to the dosage As recommended we do not make any diagnosis As that is the function of your physician who must he consulted for that purpose. The formula is included in every package. Start with marmots today and win the slender Lovely figure that is rightfully yours. Its time to get your Wooler clothes cleaned and Moth proofed Standard 50c genuine 70c Moth Moon Cham tag afloat i wow. High Point s Only soft water laundry about people mrs. De Dusen Hary remains ill it tile Burma memorial Hospital where she has Bevel a patient for sometime. She is not allowed to have visitors at the present time. Life $ or. And mrs. Lynn Trout and Little daughter of Concord spent yesterday Here with friends or Trout and the child returned late yesterday to their Home while or. Trout remained for a longer stay with friends. M i a miss Bettyjo Abels of Concord spent yesterday with her parents. Or. And mrs. John a. Abels at the Emerywood country club. A a or. D. I. Walker has returned to Lier Home 212 e ourth Street from Daytona e la where she has been steading the past seven weeks with her daughter. Mrs. De Brantham who has been very ill but is now improving. Mrs. Walker left High Point the first of april and returned Home saturday. Mrs. Margaret eve Taylor has returned to the City from Audubon n. Where she has been the guest of mrs. Howard j. Heinz the former miss Lavelle Wilson of this City. Mrs. Heinz returned with her and is visiting her Mother. Mrs r. A. Wilson on Carrick Avenue. Ray James Aud Willard Eldridge Are reported As recuperating nicely at the Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem where they were taken after an automobile Accident saturday night. A a 4 or. And mrs j. T. Ryan and daughter Mary to have gone to Myrtle Bouch. S. Where tiny will spend several Days. They expect to return to their Home 606 in Ark Way Hie latter part of the week. Or. And mrs. Wilton Barnes of Lumberton spent yesterday Here at the Home of or. And mrs. W. Stump 4 05 Lindsay Street. Vows of miss Short to w. A. Stuffs announced or. And or. H. T Short of 307 Mont Lien Avenue announce the marriage of their daughter Jeanette Christine to Walter Alton St utta of High Point on november 15, 1338, at Martinsville a. Or. And or. St tilts will make their Home in High bullit. 0.e. S. Will have meeting tuesday night the High Point chapter number 106. Order of the Eastern Star will meet at the masonic Hall Oil tuesday evening at 7 30 for its regular meeting according to an announcement made this morning by the Secretary miss Bessie Pope. A Good Way to test the brakes of your car is to put a milk bottle half filled with water in the car with you. Of the bottle fails to upset when you apply brakes at 20 Miles an hour have the brakes checked immediately. Memory expert is Monarch speaker Robert h. Nutt memory expert of Greensboro entertained the Monarch club at its weekly i luncheon meeting at the Shera a ton hotel today speaking on the training of memory As it particularly applies to remembering i names As Well As faces and de Mon Straling by the use of a blackboard How easy it is for him to remember anything one May wish to remember. He was assisted by his brother. Joe Nutt some Lime was taken up in discussing various phrases of the National convention which Conics to High Point june 11-13, and the election of n. L. Garner As National president. Or Garner is now National first vice president arid it has been the custom for the first vice president to step up to the presidency. Visitors were or. Hixson a recent newcomer to High Point and j. Leo Gleason of West Balm Beach Fla. De z. Jones president presided. Continued from Bago e our the curse of whiskey senior women honoured City symphony will rehearse on tuesday in accordance with plans discussed at the lat orchestra re a hear a i of the High Point City symphony rehearsal night has been hanged Back to tuesday nights at 7 40 o clock. The viewpoint of an almost overwhelming majority was that tuesday night produced invariably a larger personnel for rehearsal. All members and prospective Mem bet s Are urged to be present. A the personnel for the first concert to be Given by the Middle of july will be selected on the basis of regular attendance As Well As technical ability. Those members having music belonging to the symphony Are urged to Check it in at the rehearsal tomorrow night at the Junior High school mrs. Marie c. Handlin returns from meeting miss Marie c. Maudlin director of Bryce commercial College. Attended a committee meeting last week to standardize private business schools in North Carolina. This meeting a held at the Robert de Lee hotel in Winston Salem. Miss maudlin was appointed by or Clyde a Erwin to serve on this committee at a meeting of private commercial schools held in Greensboro in october. 1938. At the meeting last week. Hie committee formulated plan for the standardization of courses for business schools. These plans will be submitted to the Tate Hoard for approval at a later Date. The children of Ephraim turned Back in the Day of Battle. We made a fatal Blunder of supposing that because the 18th amendment was written into the Constitution and made the supreme Law of the land that it would re i chive the respect and allegiance i that such a statute is entitled to. I we turned its enforcement Over to political office Holder who Are j primarily interested in getting i votes to elect them. A a a wet vote j counts As much in the ballot Box As does a a a dry vote. Such officeholders Are not going to offend a wet Quot voters by too stringent an enforcement of the Law. They gave the a Drys a the Law to hold their votes and they neglected enforcing it to hold the a a wet Voes. The principal of prohibition is right and the Law was All right but its enforcement vested in the hands of office holding j vote seeking politician a was a separate matter. The fault Lay in the enforcement agencies and not i in the Law. Then too the Drys went fishing shelled peas or listened to the radio instead of militantly demanding that the Law be better enforced. This combination of circumstances led to repeal of the 18th amendment and the reestablishment of legalized liquor december 5, 1933. Speaking of medical alcoholic liquor or. Haven Emerson former health commissioner of new City a medical authority of High standing offers the following compact review of what alcohol is and does alcohol is a depressant habit forming narcotic drug. Alcohol is a protoplasmic Poi son. Alcohol is drunk to get the drug effect and whenever it is so taken in whatever amount it exerts to some degree its depressant and toxic effects. Alcohol causes disease psychoses. Multiple neuritis gastritis cirrhosis of the liver. Alcohol causes death from acute and chronic poisoning. Alcohol reduces resistance to infection. Alcohol diminishes likelihood of recovery from acute infections such As pneumonia. Alcohol increases liability to accidents and delays recovery. Alcohol reduces endurance accuracy and rapidity of muscular action of All kinds even when used in such Small amounts As to show effects i appreciable subjectively to the user. Alcohol decreases expectation of life. Alcohol reduces Chance and survival of offspring. Alcohol deteriorates emotional and nervous control As expressed in unreliable judgment and self control and hence contributes to the incidence of venereal diseases. Never Send for a doctor who will give you a prescription for alcohol in the form of whiskey giving it at $3.00 a prescription. Daily Smith. Chicago produce Chicago. May 22.�?-Dp a butter. 1,236,328, unsettled Creamery 93 score 23 a 92. 23 91. 22 a 90, 22 it 89, 88. 21 to 90 centralized carlot 22 %. Eggs 57.311. Unsettled graded extra firsts local 16 2 firsts local 151icurrent receipts 14 fresh cars cars Stor age packed firsts 17, extras 174. A a a a a baby Polar Bear in Hie Stockholm zoo has been named Snow White. The seven rising senior women shown above were Lido week tapped by White duchy honorary senior order at woman a College of Duke University. Tills organization each year lists As its members seven of the most outstanding leaders in the woman College. Reading clockwise the girls who now Wear the traditional White Carnation of the order Are misses Jean Merkel Rev Els Oke b. Cd Canada president of her dormitory and Active Iii woman a student government affairs Evelyn shelver Camden n. J., treasurer of student government Barbara Henry Atlanta a president of the senior class Jeanne Murphy i pm or Darby ba., chairman of the social standards committee Peggy Anne a up i Climond va., president of student government Dionise Grace a Marion Hilo vice president of student government and Farrar Babcock Oklahoma City okla., president of the y. . C. A miniature railway system has Good business at Star bombing planes in an Effort to evade the listening devices used in conjunction with anti aircraft guns climb to 35,000 or 40,000 feet and then Glide toward the target for the last 4 0 or 50 Miles with their engines throttled. By the use of color films in Aerial cameras the Art of camouflage is expected to be drastically revised. The use of this film will immediately detect the placement of Cut branches of Trees because of the discoloured foliage. Started As a i lobby but now showing a thriving Revenue Star May 22.�? pm business in bustling Over the Jeukins railway system thank you in fact the passenger traffic is so heavy the conductor and assistant Are in favor of dropping the freight altogether. Indeed business i so Good that there is hardly time for such tinkering As seems fit and pleasant. And strangely enough this i Kiness developed incidentally the main purpose of establishment of the Railroad was fun fun for l. G. Jenkins an Oil Man who never outgrew a Boyish fondness for trains and for the conductor and assistant Junior and Billy Jenkins age 12 and 6. Beneficiary of the freight is mrs. Jenkins. The equipment was built in 1907 for the Jamestown exposition. It was discovered in a a shed in Greensboro by Jenkins who promptly bought it and put it on a Quarter mile 15-gauge track which encircles his Large Yard. All the kids in Star can be hauled at once in the three passenger cars. The Fame of the Little train spread rapidly once it was installed in the Jenkins Yard and on summer afternoons children and grown ups from far and wide came to ride. So the Jenkins boys went into the railway business with their father As the Engineer. In four years they have taken in $5,000 in Nickels a nest egg toward Junior and Billy a College education they say. Popularity of the toy train increased patronage so much and vacation lists travelling the Highway near the train topped in such numbers to look and ride that the Jenkins railway system moved to a larger lot. With a longer track a Bridge and a Tunnel and other improvements. But despite the Busy times the train remains a Hobby for the Jenkinss father and sons. They have built a miniature Coal Chute a water tank and a Roundhouse. They close up shop any Day to do some Plain or fancy tinkering with the equipment. The outfit includes two locomotives. Three passenger cars of 20 Small passenger capacity two Flat cars and a switch. The locomotive will run All afternoon on a Bushel of Coal. The boys say this amount of fuel will provide steam for a couple of Good Toots o i the whistle. Too. Garbage department is flooded with Calls As result of drive Here one week of the a build. Clean by. Paint up Campaign and the City garbage truck forces have been swamped with requests and Calls for removal of garbage and refuse City health officials announced this morning. Officers of the Campaign had planned a drive to improve appearances of vacant lots i week. But the number of Call already in the hands of the health department will very nearly keep City trucks Busy All week. Persons who have called for the removal of waste and garbage Are asked to have patience until the arrival of the City trucks. A a new Orleans Cotton new Orleans. May 22- a cot ton future opened steady at net declines of 2 to 3 Points. Prev. Close opes july. A is sat of. A of 7 .97 dec. 7 81 7 77 Jan. 7.71b 7 �9 Meh. 7 72b 7 70 mss 7 Quot of 7 Sib july new. 7 69� 7 it b old new York Cotton new York May 22apr Cotton futures edged 2 to 5 lower on easter Liverpool cables and hedge Selling to Distant position. Prev. Clote opes july. 8 76 172 oct. 791 7 87 dec. 7 71 7 6 Jan. 7.mn 7 601 much. 8 63 7 60 May. Soi 7 5 by old no nominal. A a the traffic death rate for Chil Dren ranging from 5 to 14 Yean old has decreased 13 per Cen since 1922, while the rate for Ai other age groups has Clim bet steadily. 0.�?�? the k. S. Arm is now Vertial a Fleet of a a duckling amphibian which have a Range of Only 50i Miles. These ships ate to be use for the Rescue of army pilots fore Down at sea. A a a by Means of an upside Dow a a Periscope thrust through the floor of a plane a photographer i reported to be Able to direct the Pilot in obtaining the Best ail views. Ute stainless Penetra a soothing coolie dressing on minor cull minor Burns Bruise Penetra new under Arm Cream deodorant safely 5tops perspiration Bombay has banned the film a a Gunge Din As unsuitable for i indians. 1. Docs not rot dresses a does not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 2. Instantly stops perspiration for i to 3 Days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. A pure White greaseless stainless vanishing Cream. 8. Arrid has been awarded the approval Seal of the american Institute of laundering for being harmless to fabrics. Is million Ara of arrid Hava Baan old. Try a Jar today arrid so i it All torn m1u> toilet goo t a it a Alco Loio Moi 59 in

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