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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 24, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page Sinthe High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point. North Carolina wednesday May 21, 1930 social and club activities phone no. 4568 3011 33 33aooh 3nh3qvw office hours 9 a m. To 12 am program for Council of jewish women features opera Quot Carmen final of year the opera a car men by Bizet furnished information for a delightful study by the group of the High Point Council of jewish women last evening when mrs. Louis Tanner was hostess at her Home on rotary drive and approximately forty members and guest were in attendance. Mrs. Ben Swartzburg educational chairman under whole guidance the study group has enjoyed Many entertaining and educational programs during the year presided and later turned the meeting Over to mrs. Samuel Hyman who was in charge of the program for the evening. Mrs. Sam Tobias in her usual charming manner told the Story of the opera scene by scene and As the Story unfolded mrs. By Man played As piano selections to violin accompaniment of mrs w. Towson excerpts from the Eeyore and a highlight of the program was a group of vocal selections by miss Janet Hall teacher of Oice at High Point College who Sang Arias from the opera including a a habanera and this was the third in a series of annual program on operas which the study group features each year to conclude its meetings until fall. During the social period which followed the program the hostess served a delectable Sweet course to the Large number present including a number of local music lovers and out of town guests in addition to members of the organization. Or. Fleischmann gives shakespearean readings before business girls club Walter Fleischmann. Director of Public speaking and dramatics at High Point College was guest speaker before the business and professional Jiris club at the weekly dinner meeting last evening at the y. W. C. A hut and delighted his hearers with readings from Shakespeare so Henry or. Flex Wehnianen was introduced to his audience by miss Jewell Welch program chairman following the serving of dinner and gave hotspur a speech and that of Petr Ohio As Well As a Soliloquy of a the taming of the shrew a he was Well qualified to present this program As he has had stage experience in new York cite and is an authority on English literature. An additional feature of interest was flute music by miss Sarah Scruggs who played a a Largo by Handel and a a Casarda a by v. Monti in an artistic manner. Miss Scruggs played in the recent state High school contest in Greensboro where she won third place by her rendition of the latter selection. During the business session miss italic Johnson was elected Delegate to the business and professional girls conference to be held at Camp merr Woode in june. She represented this group last year and was Able to bring Back Many valuable suggestions. Appointed to serve on the nominating committee for drawing up a new slate of officers were mrs. Vola Myriek. Chairing. I Lydia Kiger and miss Foith Hayes. Approximately 35 were present at this meeting including one visitor miss Eleanor Welch. Altru sans progressive dinner party highlight of cub social functions attractive in each detail was the second annual progressive dinner of the Althusa club held last evening when approximately sit were in attendance the occasion winning distinction by having As special guest miss Anne Macrae of Charlotte past governor of the second District of Althusa clubs. The affair got under Way of j 30 when the group assembled at the Home of misses Julia and Virginia Ryan in the Alberta apartments where the first course Grapefruit cocktail was served i w the or Myrtle Barthmaier i mrs Nadine Parker and miss lot Welborn As associate Host use with the misses Ryan. Guest were greeted by miss Virginia Ryan and served in the living and dining room which were thrown in suite and effectively arranged with Flowers. The Tea table featured a pure White i i i to quickly a open up Stuffy i cold clogged n we a1 Pas mean i sages a put just 2 a cow j drop in a h ?. Enetro Oross a carnival of Cottons Vever before so Manx pretty Cotton la Ash frocks it cry urn stoic to ii ear non my All through the summer. Sheers Mise spun. Copier Muslin in prints stripes checks. Extra Rig Taine for Otton la Cek $2.95 $3.95 Floral Motif in a Crystal bowl and on the Buffet and elsewhere in the room were Flowers in pastel shades including peonies ragged Robin Delphinium and other mixed Flowers which formed a colourful Quot Ettic. Going from Here to the Home i of miss Ethel moxie 246 Boulevard the members were met by miss Madeline Hoover who with misses Gilbert Muse. Hazel Johnson and t Era idol and mesdames Mary tamp Sprinkle and Alice Dickerson served As associate hostesses with miss Moxley. Here the salad course and Tea was i dispensed in Buffet style by the hostess group assisted by miss Jessie Lassiter. A Lovely Floral setting was again achieved by a combination of seasonable Flowers. The main course of the five Lourae dinner was served at the Home of or. Mary Lou Roth Rock 208 Woodrow Avenue where the club hostesses with her were misses Alma Young Lucile Johnston. Lillian Massey Jessie Mao Young May Hull and mesdames Edna Blake Nancy Poston Sara Wagger. Addle m. Brougham Louis Wrenn and Roberta Skinner. Guests Weie served at Large tables where covers were Laid for six in the various rooms of the Home which took the form of a veritable Flower Garden and favors were Dainty colonial holders tilled with pansies. A special guest at this Home was mrs. O. M. Moore of Duncan s �,., Mother of mrs. Rothrock who i is her House guest. And assisting the hostesses in serving w As miss j Earline Moore sister of the official hostess. From mrs Rothrock Home. The group went to that of mrs. Mary Ballard. 316 Howell Avreet where they were invited into the Garden which was Lovely with its outdoor living room Gay with Blue and White furniture and a profusion of Flowers. Pansies in Flat containers of Crystal predominated in the table Centrepiece and on each Corner were Rose bowls holding pansies. The dessert course and Demi Tasse were served Here by members of the hostess committee who included mesdames Conise Abernethy. Mabel Hargett. Zillahr Hopkins. Marie cad Dell. Ollie Hayes and Allene m. Schroder. And guests lingered until a late hour. This event takes the place of the clubs second May dinner meeting customarily held at tha Sheraton hotel. Miss Virginia Ryan was chairman of arrangements for the dinner we hich was voted a highlight of the years Socail functions. I or. Harriss undergoes operation Duke Hospital condition satisfactory j. Welch Harriss is a patient at the Duke Hospital in Durham where he underwent an appendectomy on monday afternoon following an attack sunday evening on his return from new York City where he attended the worlds fair. His condition is regarded As entirely satisfactory at this time it was Learned this morning from the Hospital. Or. J. W. Harriss and mrs. Elizabeth Harriss Covington Mother Ami sister of or. Harriss Are in Durham to he with or. Harriss and re stopping at the Wahington i Uke hotel. Moffitt s 218 North main Street Snow White Petr Qifu Jav fashion pee View social Calendar thursday to a. In. A the monthly meeting of the Early american arts club will be held at the Home of mrs. W. Shepherd 703 Boulevard in Winston Salem who will present the program. 3 p. social arts club will meet with mrs. W. J. Frazier 601 Mon lieu Avenue. 8 p. . Bruce Conrad and mrs. D. E. Cauble will be Bridge hostesses for miss Mildred Wessinger at the Home of the former 916 rotary drive. 8 p. Janet Russell will present a piano recital at High Point College in Roberts Hall. This will be a feature of the College commencement activities. Friday 3 p. Priscilla club will meet with mrs. R. K. Young at her Home 726 Flor Ham Avenue. About people miss Anne Macrae left this morning for her Home in Charlotte after being the Over night guest of mrs. C. H. Caddell and was a guest at the progressive dinner Given by the local Althusa club last evening. Miss Macrae is past governor of the second District Althusa clubs among local women attending the regional democratic women a meeting in Winston Salem yesterday were mrs. C. Clark and mrs. F. J. Sizemore. Miss Helen Bolling of this City. Also attended a a member of a group from the democratic club at woman s College. Greensboro. Or. And mrs. O. V. Rester accompanied by mrs. William Given and miss Doris Pope Are spending this week in Myrtle Beach. C. Eastern Star group fetes local couple at regular meeting the High Point chapter number 106, order of the Star. Held its Semi monthly meeting at the masonic Hall last evening with or. Merchie Andrews worthy Matron in the chair. Following the transaction of routine business the chapter was presented with a handsome Bible As a parting gift from or. And mrs. Reese Williams past worthy Patron and Matron of the chapter who Are leaving the latter part of this week to make their Home in Greensboro. The chanter then presented mrs. Williams with a Shower of miscellaneous gifts in Token of appreciation of her splendid Worth in the group. Announcement was made of the thirty fourth or a world Friendship session of the grand chapter of North Carolina o. E. S., to he held in Wilton june 11-14, when mrs. Andrews the worthy Matron will represent the chapter. Mrs. Conise Black has been appointed Page by the worthy grand Matron and a Paul Williamson grand Sentinel according to an announcement made at this Lime. During a social hour which followed the meeting refreshments were nerved to the thirty one members present. Mrs. A e Mitchel Winner of prize at club ladies Bridge four tallies of Bridge were in play yesterday afternoon when the biweekly Bridge tarty for ladle of the Emerywood country club membership and their out of town guests was held at the clubhouse. Mesdames e. B. Gamble and Thomas Turner served As associate club hostesses and Dainty refreshments were served prior to play by Courtesy of the club management according to the custom established there. At the conclusion of play mrs. W. E. Mitchell was fortunate in cutting for the prize the usual double deck of Bridge cards. Making up the tables in addition to the two hostesses mesdames Gamble and Turner and the prize Winner mrs. Mitchell. Were the following mesdames r. I. Tillson c. Beaver Hal Davis f. E. Moses John c. Abels Lynn Trout of Concord. E. W. Freeze. Jr., e. E. Mendenhall. Jr., Farrol Gray a g. Watkins Lee f Schaner l. W. Flythe Audr l. Brinson. May Day movies at Junior High tonight As Ope House is held parents who did not attend the Muy Day program at the Junior High school this Spring will have the Opportunity of seeing moving pictures of this colourful pageant in color at the Ope House being held at the Junior High school this evening of eight of clock. A Short address by m. T. Lim Beth principal and a Marionette play Are other feature of the program. Parents Are expected to Avail themselves of the Opportunity of seeing the exhibits and meeting the various teachers in the classrooms which will follow the regular program. A in government wards in government wards the Beds we know stand Side by Side and Row on Row they Mark the place wherein must lie our living dead. As Day by Day the years Roll by. They Are our men. Who years ago when Freedom called were first to go. In wars grim Battles won or lost they Are the ones who pay the Cost. Their failing hand we fondly clasp the Torch they threw we firmly grasp. The pledge is ours we hold it High. We wont break Faith with you who lie on government Betis while years Roll by. With apologies to a in Flanders Fields mrs Gabe h. Croom poppy chairman american Region auxiliary Asheville North Carolina. Commissioners of Asheboro to pass on water Plant bid a Mem Are in the Newt especially big. Bright ones in spun Rayon like these shown in May harpers Bazaar the Brief hug me tight Basque with wide revers and a Row of Blue buttons Down the front and the Short flaring skirt follow the season s smartest Silhouette. The dress is belted across the Back. Wayside Garden club concludes year s meetings with picnic at Springfield members of the Wayside Garden club enjoyed a delightful Outing last a ening. When they entertained their husbands at the annual picnic at the Springfield museum to conclude the club meeting until fall. Approximately fifty five members. With their husbands and a number of additional guests gathered on the Lawn of the historic Springfield Church for the affair which featured a visit to the museum. Where they viewed the Nauy relics of former Days and inspected the building in keeping with the program on a conservation and miss Martha Blair and mrs. Cd b. Mattocks were in charge of the program and conducted the visitors on the tour through the museum and told interesting information concerning some of the exhibits. Afterwards the group enjoyed the delicious meal served picnic style on tables arranged in the attractive outdoor setting and loaded with tempting food returning Home in the lot evening. Mrs. W. A. White of Jamestown installs new officers of Parent teacher Council the final meeting of the High Point Parent teacher Council was held in the auditorium of Ray Street school tuesday afternoon with a representative group in attendance. After the opening prayer mrs. E. R. Gary Sang two selection accompanied by mrs. Willlard Thomas. Her numbers were a just a cottage Small by a Waterfall by de Sylva and �?�1 never knew by Kahn. During the session a letter wan read from the chairman of the organization committee of the High Point social Survey explaining the Survey objectives through which they Hope to develop a Well coordinated and adequate plan to meet the needs of the Community or. Hunter Dalton gave her report As legislative chairman for the year Ender new business co sponsorship of Junior programs for next Winter. With the Junior service league. Was discussed and left with a committee for further consideration. Mrs. Gary As first vice president in charge of committees read the following names of chairmen who serve for the Uey year hospitality mrs. R. L. Brinson Magazine mrs. J. H. Mccall finance mrs. E. C. Bryant standards and goals mrs. W. T. Tice founders Day mrs. G. I. Humphreys lotion pictures. Mrs. R. A. Herring publications mrs. C. E. Ferree summer round up. Mrs. Cil Williard legislative mrs. Hunter Dalton music mrs. H. I. Cofield historian mrs. Fred Hicks revision mrs. Blake Thompson room representatives. Mrs. Royster Thurman membership mrs. H p. Hardin and social welfare. Mrs. Hobart Bryant. Since it was necessary for mayor Kirkman to be out of town it was voted to have his advice to parents in the City schools Given at the opening meeting next fall. An impressive installation ceremony closed the afternoon s program. This was conducted by mrs. W. A. White of Jamestown who said a you have indicated your Faith Aud Trust in certain members of your associations by electing them As your officers for the coming year. You Are returning some to office with love and acclaim and with equal esteem naming others who will be new to the work. After giving an appropriate poem of her own composition mrs. White continued. A we cannot serve that which we do not love. We cannot love that which we do not know. Therefore we must know our communities and their needs the Parent teacher movement Aud its program of Fellowship. Activity and study and must put Forth every Endeavor to the end that our associations shall not fall to serve the children and youth of our communities. Do you As officer accept this task for yourselves and your assistants a the following ladies went into office for the Council mrs. Floyd Wilson president mrs. E. It. Gary first vice president mrs. W. L. Edwards second View presi Dent to mrs. J. Forward third vice president mrs. L. E. Tinsley fourth vice president mrs. H. P. Morrison recording Secretary and mrs. F. M. Lambert corresponding Secretary. The local presidents installed were Brentwood mrs. Thompson Cloverdale mrs. R. Cox Johnson mrs. Hightower Ray mrs. Tobias Oak Hill mrs. Saunders Emma Braim mrs dug Gius Ada Blair mrs. Scearce and Elm mrs. Hartley. College seniors to be feted tomorrow or. G. I. Humphreys president of High Point College and mrs. Humphreys will entertain members of the senior class of the College with a reception at their Home on College drive tomorrow evening following the piano recital of mis Janet Russell head of the music department there which will take place at eight of clock in Roberts Hall to inaugurate the commencement Adl cities at the College. Cards Reading As follows have been issued to the eighty five members of the senior Claes or. And mrs. G. I. Humphreys honouring the senior class on thursday evening. May Twenty fifth from nine thirty until eleven 821 West College drive. # miss Dorothy Stewart a. B. Degree candidate Randolph Macon College miss a Dorothy keen Stewart. High Point n. Who will he a candidate for the a. B. Degree at Randolph Maeon woman a College Lynchburg va., in june daughter of or. And mrs. L. R Stewart miss Stewart belongs to Chi Omega sorority and i secret society she has been on the staffs of a tile old maid a humor Magazine. And of the a Sun week in student newspaper and Lier major subject is English literate e. Carl Cronstedt speaker on music in the school curriculum Al Oak Hill the Public school of today must provide some subjects in its curriculum for pure enjoyment said Carl g. N. Cronsten head of the department of music in the City schools before the Oak Hill Parent teacher association last evening. Or. Cronsten mentioned five criteria for judging the value of Public school music in the life of every boy or girl value of tradition value to the growth of the individual value to society a a whole value because of enjoyment derived from it to the individual and the carry Over from school into life. A musical program consisting of a group of number by the rhythm band conducted by Dora Dean Stevens three songs by the fifth grades and several selections by Betty Kirkman Josephine Pope and Mary Louise Hasty former students at Oak Hill school illustrated several of the criteria mentioned by the speaker. The devotional for the evening was in charge of mrs. J. C. Henderson. Former president of the Oak Hiu association mrs. A. C. Beeson retiring president. Presided. After the meeting miss Esther Hee and mis Annie i Aurie Moss served punch wafer and mints to the parents and pupils in their respective rooms. Evangelical girl s Guild will sponsor Silver Tea at Fesperman Home Friday the girls missionary Guild of the first evangelical and reformed Church will sponsor a Silver Tea at the Home of mrs. H. L. Fesperman on Woodrow Avenue on Friday evening from seven to nine thirty of clock according to an announcement made this morning by mrs. Fesperman one of the leaders of the Guild. All members of the woman a missionary society of that Church. As Well As girls in the Young people Grout Are especially invited to attend this affair which will be a highlight of the girls Guild activities with approximately a Hundred guests expected. Aaa announce Hirth of a daughter or. And mrs. Wade Briggs announce the birth of a daughter. Barbara Joyce on May 14 at their Home on Burton Street Extension. Asheboro May 24 thew Asheboro kiwanis hear b. W. Hackney Asheboro May 24. A Bunn w. Hackney jr., of High Point and local boy scout executive for the Wharrie Council addressed the local kiwanis club at their meeting last night and urged the club to consider sponsorship of a troop of sea scouts a division open to scouts of the Ages of 15. 16 and 17. No immediate action was taken lint the matter a referred to the Hoard of directors of the club. Local Kiwa inns were praised by the speaker for their work in sponsoring scout activities in the local area. He went on to explain that in sea scouting a boy obtained those things he was interested in and that enables him to become a better and More useful citizen. Namely social contacts right leadership Guta dance and activity on water instead of on land As the boy has been accustomed to. The program was in charge otay an Neely and b. P. Jenkins or. The club voted to move its place of meeting to the new banquet Hall of the Sunset restau Lant with no change of meeting time. Post rond Asheboro. May 24. A Floyd Sluter and Alva Hodge. Arre cd this week in Grant township appeared before magistrate r. A. Colvin yesterday and posted a $500 Bond for appearance in Superior court. Forty three Gallons of whiskey a Quantity of Mash and the still were captured at the arrest. Asheboro Board of commissioners will meet in an adjourned session at the City Hall tonight at which time it is expected to adopt a Resolution approving the Low bid for the general contract for construction of the new filter Plant clearance of the water Basin and other units of the Complete water project. At the last meeting of the commissioners the past tuesday bid for the proposed construction and equipment were received but action was deferred to a later Date As All quotations were in excess of the Money available for the work. Since that Date mayor w. A. Bunch and City treasurer Walter e. York have visited Raleigh for a conference with . E. Easter land. Director of the local government commission at which time they made plans for financing the bids already received. It is believed that the amount can be financed with the approval of the commission without issuing additional Bonds. The amount of Money necessary for additional financing and the procedure to be approved by the commission have not been revealed. The present plans Call for the erection of a new filter Plant having a capacity of 1.500,000 Gallons and a Clear water Basin of a i 000,000 gallon capacity. Likewise there Are other extensions and improvements to the local water system which when completed City officials state will give Asheboro a thoroughly modern Plant thus always assuring a Supply of pure water and on that will be adequate for the needs of the City for year to come. Late in March of thl year the City received a Federal pea Grant of $58,500, an addition to the previous Grant of $33,750, which makes the work possible. Altogether the City a received Grants totalling $125,197 from the Hwa. Supplementing a $200,000 Bond Issue As approved by the citizens at a special election held last August. This is aug opted by about $50,000 received from the works Progress administration. The municipal building now Nuder construction on Church Street is going along at a rapid Pace and will be ready for occupancy this summer. This work is the result of a $40,000 Bond Issue plus a pea Grant of $32,947. The Street improvement program has received $50,000 by Bonds and nearly the same amount from the works Progress administration. For the municipal building the pea allotment of $32,947 was supplemented by a Bon Issue of $40,000. At the present time work is progressing on the water tank on the site of the old Reservoir. Erection was begun last week but the foundation was started some time Back. Zifferer is Active n Asheboro school much equipment is missing Asheboro May 24.�?a pilfered. One or More has twice within the past month visited the Book Supply room at the Fayetteville Street school Here and made away with Stock belonging to the school. On the first visit the weekend of May 13-15, approximately two dollars Worth of Stamps Sev eral Dollar Worth of change and several High school Belt were i stolen the second occurrence the last week end found three dollars Worth of Stamps some change and several belts taken. A Reward of ten dollars for evidence furnished sufficient to convict the culprit or culprits has been offered by Reginald Turner superintendent of City schools. First Baptist Bible school in Asheboro hits new High Asheboro May 24.�?enroll men at the first Baptist Church i vacation Bible school Bas hit the 114 Mark Aud Darrell Middleton. I director of Christian education at i the first Baptist Church has stated that an attendance of 123 is hoped for. The present summer session opened the past monday at 8 30 i of clock. Or. Louis s. Gaines in charge of revival services at the Church will supervise the devotional pro Gram beginning tomorrow. This part of the program opens the morning and is followed by Bible study and songs a 15-minute recess and an hour handwork instruction to close the Day. The latter devices a great amount of interest As Many useful article Are constructed by the boys and girls. A a in Ludm round Trig boat and Bermuda hotel or Quoit House accommodations and Moats and hotel room in now York on night it arrival from Norfolk. Write Tor Booklet giving details of Thia and Athar tripe $6150 up i Tram Norfolk apply m t. Sounders t. A. Southern Nail. Way station or old Dominion line. I astern steamship Unis in. 41 a Granby st., Norfolk Virginia Ujj High silk prices cause curtailment in Hose Industry Sharp Rise in it Ost of raw silk has definite effect on production the very Sharp Rise in the Price of raw silk which has taken place since the first of the year has particularly concerned the american hosiery Industry which is the worlds biggest consumer of the commodity. Recently the National association of hosiery manufacturers issued a statement to the effect that there is no escape from higher wholesale and retail prices on silk hosiery unless the Price of raw silk comes Down to a reasonable level. During recent weeks the association has cautioned the hosiery manufacturers to avoid building stocks at present prices of silk and to limit production to orders on hand. Under Date of May 5 the association canvassed the manufacturers of silk hosiery to Sec resin the extent to which such manufacturers Are operating on reduced schedule Aud find out what their production schedules of shutdown plans Are for the months of Many and june. Replies have been received from 153 Mills representing 55 per cent of the capacity of the full Fash owned Branch of the Industry which produces most of the silk stockings made. An analysis of the returns show the following 1 during the week of my i. Which was used As a test week of the 153 Mills reporting 106 operated All 5 Days. Of the remaining 47 Mills 6 were closed during the entire week and 41 Mills operated 4 Days or less most of them Only 3 Days. 2 during the week of May i. In spite of the fact that log of the 153 Mills operated the full week the average production for All of the Mills was 78 per cent of Normal. The Northern Mills reporting operated about 76 per cent of Normal and the Southern Mills 80 per cent of Normal. 3 the report shows that for the last three weeks of May 47 Mills expect to operate too be cent of Normal 21 from 80 per cent to 90 per cent of Normal 37 from 60 per cent to 79 per cent 31 from 40 per cent to 55 per cent and 9 from 25 per cent to 30 per cent with 8 completely shut Down. 4 fifty seven of the iss Mills or 37 per cent reported plans for temporary shutdowns sometime during the to o months of May and june 13 per cent were not certain whether a temporary shutdown would be necessary. 5 of the 37 per cent a temporary shutdown during May and june one fourth plan a 1-week shutdown one fourth a two week shutdown 17 were not certain As to the duration of their shutdown while the remainder planned shutdowns ranging from 3 weeks to compleat suspension of operations. Ii of the 57 Mills planning shutdowns in May and june 15 Are merely advancing their usual summer shutdowns. But 41 report that their shutdowns in May or june will be in addition to their Normal summer closings. Only Foh Hitler Beer Lin. May 24.�? of a Adolf hitlers favorite tune the bade Weiler military March henceforth canons be played in Public unless the fuehrer is present. A violation is punishable by Ane of 150 Marks i nominally $60 or up to six weeks imprisonment for a flagrant new under Arm Cream deodorant safely stops perspiration 1. Does not rot dresses a does not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for i to j Days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. A pure White greaseless stainless vanishing Cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded rhe approval Seal of the american Institute of laundering for being harmless to fabrics. Is million jars of arrid have Boon told. 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