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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 3, 1939, High Point, North Carolina The High Poust Enterprise a Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Friday november 3, 1930 a a a air Giri. Scouts in honouring founder jewish women s Board meets in social and club activities Dehne Hoover editor office hours 9 a. M. To 12 m. a a in in m phone no. 4568 Ogram announced for girl scout s Sper service Here late sunday and Rev. Howard s. Hartzell will read the scripture following a musical Call to worship by girl Over tribute Organiza Ora plete plans Are announced Jay for the Vesper service be presented by the girl scout afternoon at scout Phyllis Strickland with a flute Solo. An additional musical feature will include a vocal selection by miss Josephine Pope who will sing a a i would be approximately two Hundred local girl scouts Are expected to participate in the Vesper service which will feature Candle lighting rites and each is expected to for i Wear the scout uniform. The occasion and will have As hts scouts Are requested to meet at in a the ingredients of charac the Church at 4 to o clock prior to the hour set for the service it was announced today when they will he joined by their director mrs. .\1abel Burnett and other girl scout officials. Incl on sundae o clock at the first Presby Lan Church to conclude the to Obsen Anre of National girl till week when troops All nation join in paying Tho founder of the Juliette Low. J Cia a Madison pasto the first methodist Church. Be the principal speaker while or. O. C. Williamson Hor of t he Host is it ii u r Side Rev i n Rotl a ii Green Street Baptist Church give the opening invocation about people mrs. C. To Moffit or 212 Best Street is seriously ill at the Bur rus memorial Hospital where she has been a patient since wednesday after suffering a stroke of paralysis at her Home she is not allowed to tee visitors. I it or. And mrs. Grady Goldston left last night for new York to attend the army Notro Dame football game. Friends 01 miss Oneeda Weathers will be glad to learn that she has been moved from the Guilford Hospital where she recently underwent an appendectomy to her Home 214 Mon lieu Avenue. She is recuperating nicely. W mrs. Wayne Kearns Dames Zimmerman and outland share shown Courtesy by today honors social arts luncheon 1 it Mes t. R. Zimmerman e. R. Outland shared honors la november birthday lunch i of the social arts club held j err la v afternoon at o n e lock at the Princess cafe. This another in the series having a to Honor the members held birthdays during that month. J Opra were Laid Tor eleven a attractive table arranged in rear of the dining room and i tired with s blur bowl of red unique place is in the old English Motif ignited the places of the la Dies and a three course luncheon was served. Mrs. Zimmerman s birthday gift from the club was a set of ice Tea glasses in her Crystal and mrs outland received salad Forks in her Silver design. Mesdames j. N. Mccrary. C. R Raster and Leland b. Nelson were member of the committee on arrangements for the luncheon and covers were Laid for the following in addition to these and the two Honoreen. Mesdames e c. Arvhie. J. W. Rose e. Z Jones and daughter. Jane Jones. A m. Pshaw and a. J. Koonce. Be y ers and y s girls hear guest. Lakers Jolly y has Talent program a live vers club heat d a resting and helpful talk on la Basic care of the skin and fall make up colors by Helen m. Dorset cosmetic a Kallst St Barilec depart it store last evening at a he to Lar a it if i. Y c a in of of the Trio of club meeting there on that Date in. Dot sett was iut Rodu de miss sir frames Hart and much information on skin and the Correct Choice and of cosmetics before her Stive audience and afterwards retd a cosmetic kit to miss it brows Winner in a contest new member. Miss Kathleen i a included in the then be present is Well a four ors. He Jolly y club observed Lent night at their meet ing held at the same hour and the program featured readings by misses Catherine Wrenn Doris Bowers and Eva doff while musical numbers i eluded a Bassoon Solo by mias Lillian Weisner accompanied at the piano by mins Mary Schwarts a popular song selection by a Trio consisting of misses Bra overcast Violet cat Michael Aud Bee Varner and group singing by the entire club. Nineteen Mem hers were preen a this meeting. At the meeting of my girls third club holding Nice neg yesterday. Miss Josephine Jackson spoke on personality and How to get along with people As another in the series on Quot personal one new member. Miss Dorothy Way was welcomed into the club and refreshments were later served to the nine present. Mrs. W. P. Morehead complimenting mrs. Wayne Kearns who before her recent marriage was miss Mamie Mal pass of this City. Mrs. W. P. Morehead entertained with an at frat five party at her Home a soft Denny Street wednesday evening the party taking the form of a miscellaneous Shower. White chrysanthemums graced the living and dining rooms where six tables of Bingo were in play. High Acore prizes went to misses Ronda Sebastian and Marios Leonard and second and third awards fell to miss Annie Boles and mrs. A. J. Malpass respectively. Follow Shower of gift w the honoree and later a salad course was served by hostess assisted by mrs a j. Mal Pas and mrs. Clarence Malpass to the honoree and her Mother. Mrs. O. B Malpass and a. W. Kearns Mother in Law of the honoree. Mesdames Alice Kearns. F. E. Kearns. A. Reid Kearns. J. C. Malpass. J. Lee Stone. W. P. Leonard. James corns and misses Kathleen Malpass. Sal a Stone Marion Leonard. Dena corns Annie Marie Meredith. Annie holes. Mary Ruth Brower Mary Irene Robinson Dionise and Carol Brewer. Margaret heal. Fla inc Wei born Donree setter. Ronda Sebastian Mary Jane Wrenn. Wanda har Ville and Caroline Yolk. Ii mrs. Minnie Hinkle entertains household arts club visitors the nation Jan too girl scouts Are being assisted in honouring their founder Lunette i of during this week by National it known figures who broadcast this afternoon Over the b. S. Network in a program Quot tile history of girl scouting in music song and narration Quot participating in the program Are or. Theodore Roosevelt .lr., top Center a member of the National Hoard of directors Paul Whiteman top left famous Dean of orchestra leaders who will he guest conductor Fanny Ross top right Teri eat a favorite Tenor and Edith miser lower right radio highest paid script is Rifer who will he mistress of ceremonies Hazel Rawson Cades lower left a Good look a editor of woman flume companion broadcast wednesday to pay tribute to girl scouting. New York monday new York nov. 3.�? special a in connection with the four Day meeting of the Board of directors of the National Council of jewish women plans have been announced by mrs. Maurice l. Goldman president for a dinner to be held on monday night november 13. At hotel Delmonico in new York City. The subject of this dinner will be Quot social legislation in a the speakers at the dinner will include or. Eduard c. Lindeman. Professor of social philosophy in the new York school of social work mrs Samuel Golding chairman of councils National committee of social legislation and mrs. Maurice l. Goldman. Mrs. Alexander Wolf second View a president will act As Toast mistress. Mario Fiorella of the Chicago civic opera company will furnish a program of songs. This dinner will commemorate 30 years of study and action in the Field of social legislation. As Early As 1910, the women of Council endorsed slum clearance and Low rent housing mothers pensions and the abolition of child labor j during Jve present time the end orgies of the 65,000 members of Council Are devoted to the study of Public health facilities and i problems. An impartial Survey of i health opportunities has recently i been made by a staff of experts for the purpose of study and action in 3t�n Council Section in the United states. Girls smart oxfords two Moose groups sponsor Benefit affair tonight of an evening of rare entertain-1 tent according to an announcement made this morning. I plans for the event Are in charge of a committee front both the l. O. O. M. And the women of the Moose. Plans Are under via event this evening Loyal order of ladies auxiliary for a gala when the Moose and its the women of the Moose present a three in Cne event including a carnival dance Bazaar of Chauns studio 104 North main Street. The party will he a Benefit affair for the Day Nursery schools Here the entire proceeds going toward this worthy pro Ert. Festivities will Start promptly at 7 30 o clock and continue until a late hour. A very Small admission charge is being made and those attending Are assured caught cold get direct Relief from discomforts. Rub Throat Chest Back with clinic tested Vicks vap rub or. John Highsmith dentist announces the opening of offices of 2i 4 n a in Nill Street Over Al land so phone 41328 greater miss Clara Cox will address Owca Book on saturday p. M. A v \0vtf. To a a a coat Xiv a hats sweaters jackets skirts bion Moffitt s them. The household arts club was entertained at a delightful meet ing yesterday afternoon when mrs. Minnie Hinkle was hostess at her Home on Louis Avenue. An array of Bronze yellow and j White chrysanthemums were combined in the Floral decorative scheme of the Home to form an i attractive setting in the living and dining rooms where the ladies gathered for the meeting. Election of officers featured the i business session mrs. C. P. Grissom being re elected to Lead the j club during the coming year and or. T. G Shelton again chosen i i Secretary. Mrs. J. R Montgomery the wag elected reporter to succeed1 i mrs. N. Ii. Russell whose term expired at this time plan for att 411-Day quilting j were made the Date to be decided i on later. J during the social hour which j followed the Busine session mrs j j Hinkle served a salad plat Fol a Lowed by sweets and Coffee to the i following members mesdames c. F. Grissom Sam Dutton. John it. Ellis. N. K. Russell. J. R. I Montgomery Fred a Ingram. C. F. Ellington j. H womb a. V. D Sale. Sr., and two visitors Mea i Dames c. R. Lee and j. A Ever 1 Hart. A i err Rovai ii Lewis born at Home la Kre tomorrow afternoon at two of clock will Mark another meeting of the y. Vav. C. A. Book club which will be held at the hut with an outstanding program. Miss Clara i. Cox pastor of Springfield friends Church will be guest speaker anti will have As her subject Quot religion in world miss Cox is particularly interested in internal Oual affairs and in peace problems and her talk will be a timely one. An invitation is extended anyone interested to attend and hear her discuss this topic it was stated this morning by miss italic Johnson general Secretary of the y. W. C. A. Church Socia Cheek t l regular of it the cheerful workers class met la of evening at the Home of mrs. Clyde Morrison in Archdale following a business session. Games were played and refreshments served to the seventeen members and one visitor. K 7? cod acc ged Vest w0iu7 on a a it Aai g a a the prop1 Odd j a a a Vul so a a a a Adin it. Vij i Etue Tro nose drops or. And mrs. E. R Bounce the birth of a son. Ronald at their Home 704 Street on november i. Clewis was formerly miss Gam Ellington. Clew Inlet by Tate m is. Mar musician Grill room a. Al Quot banquet service the finest facilities for private dinners luncheons Bridge parties Etc. Special menus reasonably priced. Phone Steward or manager 137ft a lignin i Winn Imi Niini .miinmwii.ihm. In nomm anniversary sch j3 j tits via Chi pacy 44 co la ate pal Mou it Peet co. 217 North main Street old Morris Dis anguished Tii it Iran Piant rom Poser who is to give a series of lectures and recitals at Duke University a woman s College next week. All i l Ogi a is Are to in open to i in Public Ami music Lover from a wide area Alee Ket Ltd to attend. The artist Well known to women audience in tin i tilted mates and Amula is a member of Lite Mush faculty of Columbia i n in Emily in now Turk City Dalmolin k soap of t for. A i t my cult ated is per is of i f Blue Box 2 for. Octagon powder f a a for. Octagon soap a it for. A a super suds i f red Box 2 for. Octagon toilet soap i 3 for. Octagon granulated soap. A a for. 1 Cut rate food store till East Green Street ing pictures of every phase of Tbs Mills Home life. Is being mailed i to Church members Over the entire state which shows in a very interesting manner the Acutt lies of ail group at the orphanage. Several thousand of Tho booklets Are being printed for distribution. J a Section of the Booklet is use Din explaining some of the principles of the Mills Home and show ing some of the reasons Why the 2,454 Baptist sunday schools in the state should contribute liberally each year. From 50 to 100 1 applications Are received at the j orphanage each month but rally Only a Small part can he admitted. The enrolment at the j Mills Home is now around 600. Girl a Black or Brown smooth leather oxfords. Size 8 % to m. Merit shoe co. Dio Holth main Street sunday annual Day for Home offering special to the Enterprise Thomasville nov. 3.�?of. Facials of the Mills Home in Thomasville have been Busy for i past few Days preparing material and carrying on a Large j amount of correspondence in regard to the annual thanksgiving offering which is taken in the hundreds of Baptist sunday schools and churches Over the state each thanksgiving Day. The Day has been set aside each year j for the past 54 years stated officials. An interesting Booklet contain family finish the Hurst laundry smite available i int work. My la wearing la. Minimum bundle. pm a in phone 331 9 us nil curler Hance purse Tea spoon Frog Flower pot Swan dutch boy Nail polish trim buttons paring knives dutch doll set animal group a Pup on shoe trn s hankies Scotty dogs Pearl buttons Gilt safety pins dog pen tray animal families Scotty Flower pot Tea spoons roil garters can openers Mere Uro Chrom razor Blades Large vases polish remover note books iodine animal family Swan Flower pot Xieng Scombs ens slopes Black cats Glass Tumbler straight pins Crystal what not comb Mirror dip Combs sanitary Belt bandages Flower pots bomb a pin adhesive tape Tea strainers pot cleaners dinner Bells Gilt pins aspirin vase set soldiers Candy dish Needle books door stops Salt Vipper shakers Metal hair curlers composition books tablets note books envelopes Euler Sheet memo pads pencils crayons attend this spectacular Sale saturday Only erasers drawing sets Cane pencils desk sets a mucilage paste Rainbow pad writing Ink tape measure hair net whisky mugs cup Compo Book Hana Bandage sewing Kite steel safety pins table knives table Forks tape measure Liberty Ink paper napkins Button thread mending packet rat Tail Combs perfume Bay rum Lilac Riane shoe polish Hind lotion Ely shatters tooth picks Pink saucers dress snaps dog on Chain Slipper pin Cushion Lair Wood spoon Bobby comb Wash cloths dish cloth screw Driver elephant note Book dog brooches Cag Mareua machine Oil Corn pads a a Eline Rick rack braid Ream Pitcher desert dish sewing thread filler sheets Pencil Cravon Tablet Economy Tablet Pencil was paper Rainbow pads Loose Leal at Ball Bias tape ruler pen holders indelible Pencil red Blue Pencil pin Stripe pencils Compass dictionary Pencil sharpeners High Point s Only soft water laundry department store the bargain Center Rinso washes extra dirty clothes snowy White you wont need this any More Mary the new Imo Rinso gets clothes a whiter White-1 without hard scrubbing or boiling i Offik 5 that s right Ano Rinso prevents the hard water scum that makes clothes Grey dulls colors tier Here it is a the new Richer Rinso with its grand Quot suds Booster it gives up to 3 times As much Suos As those old fashioned bar and package soaps Ive used take it easy mary1 let Iso soak dirt Loose in As Little Asio minutes. Save your strength a and save the clothes too / v v you can t beat Rinso it gets clothes As much Asio shades whiter than less modern soaps., Ano it s a Joy to see How Bright washable colors come ladies if you own a Washer remember not i not 2-but the makers of 33 washers recommend Rinso. I Speed up m easy As Ever on hands and i come in 3 sizes now regular urge giant

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