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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 7, 1939, High Point, North Carolina La Page sixth High Point Enterprise Pimo Center of Industry High Point North Carolina tuesday november 7, 1910 social and club activities Madeline Hoover editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a m. To 12 m. Owca committees Confer with National Board member club has weekly meeting United in marriage a a Quot a social Calendar two important meetings of y. W. A. Committees were highlights of yesterday and miss jessamine Fenner National y. W. A. Staff member of new York who is Here for a Brief stay amended each meeting and extended greetings from that organization. I ast evening the executive committee of y. W. A. Board of directors met at the Nome of the president. Mrs. Carter Dalton on Johnson Street when miss Fenner conferred with the members on problems common to y. A. A. Work and gave helpful information on How to work out these to Best advantage at the meeting of the Industrial committee which took the form of a luncheon at the y. W. A. Ant at noon mrs. A s. Saunders chairman of Horn nursing and child welfare committee of the red Cross was guest speaker and spoke on her work with Industrial girls in this capacity. Taking As h t tonic a Home Hygiene and the care of the mrs. Saunders told the Industrial committee members of the information which she imparts to the Industrial girls in her work with them stressing a rut personal health and follow with a talk on health habits and cleanliness and enlarging the in Ope to Community hygienic problems. She concluded her talk with information on the care of the sick in the Home and How to make a patient comfortable without purchasing special equipment. Methods of giving Baths to the bedridden and to babies was the final Point brought out by the speaker. Miss Fenner was introduced by the Industrial chairman mrs. Fred Thomas and brought greetings from the National organization which she represents. The Florence Nightingale club had its weekly meeting at the hut at six of clock last evening when miss Fenner was Honor guest and spoke briefly on her work Asna i tonal Board member in the Baltic i states Estonia Latvia and Lihtsu Jania. She told of the meetings in the National organization of girls from every nation and How they Are brought together with a common interest. Following miss Fenner i talk. Miss Eleanor Blair gave instructions in the leather raft series. Announcement was made that next weeks meeting will take the form of a Weiner roast and members asked to meet at the y. Hut. 4 4 4 Johnson Street school observing education week or. John Highsmith dentist announces the opening of office at in Jyh n. Main Street Over Bland s a phone 41j2s in Ca Ston Hoth Crill room a a in de a it a 9�sd�?o. Banquet service the finest facilities for private dinners luncheons Budge parties Etc. Special menu reasonably priced. Phone Steward or Hanauer 3375 the Johnson Street school is i observing american education i week which began sunday and will continue through november la. With a special program planned to acquaint the parents with the work of the school. Parents Are being urged to visit the school some time this week and to attend the program. In each Grade appropriate programs Are being planned by the pupils which will emphasize the theme for the National Observance. Beginning with a religion in our democracy on sunday. The topics include the following a education for economic Effii a education for social re a education for civic responsibility a a and a cultivating the love of learning a a i an a open House Quot has been planned for the primary grades on wednesday and Otie for the grammar grades on Friday. The primary program has As its theme a economic efficiency in which the first three grades will show How the school trains the Pupil i in these objectives through rhymes music Art and dramatization. On Friday the grammar j grades will hold a open House beginning the Day with Assembly program emphasizing the theme a cultivating the love of learning a by a Short play a a Day in Given by the sixth Grade. On thursday evening at 7 .10 i of clock the Johnson Street school Parent teacher association will meet in the school auditorium. Thia meeting will he known As j a dad s night to which the fathers Are Given a special invite Ion to come with their sons. Charles f. Carroll. Or. Superintendent of the City schools will will lie the principal speaker us lug As his subject a your civic responsibility a at this time the different dub and class room organizations will show How the pupils Are trained in developing Chic responsibilities through the various extra curricular activities of the school at the conclusion of the meeting the parents Are invited to visit with the teachers in their classrooms. Ewe Jimmie Keith Griffin Hohn Kehe Noyem heh 1 or and mrs. Oscar s. Griffin announce the birth of a son Jimmie Keith on november i at Hie Burras memorial Hospital mrs. Griffin and the Haby returned to i their Home 2314 English Street sunday. Tuesday 6 15 p. business and professional girls club will hold a business and dinner meeting at the y. W. Of hut. 8 p. Friday morning music study club will present in formal concert mrs. T. Moody Stroud and mrs. R. Dewey Farrell Greensboro artists at the Emerywood country club. The sponsoring club has extended invitations to members of the musical Art club and other music lovers in the City to this musical event. 8 to to p. girl scout Council will entertain with an informal Ope House in the Sheraton ballroom to Honor the troop leaders. Approximately a Hundred guests have been invited to attend. Wednesday 7 a. regular Sedge yield Hunt will Start from the stables. 3 10 . A the american Homes department of the woman a club will meet with mrs. George Robb on Hillcrest drive. Miss Frances Mendenhall will deliver the second of a series of Home making lectures 9 45 a. In. Officers and Section presidents of the needlework Guild will meet with mrs w. W Lentz at 1005 Westwood Avenue. To s. Burbank Garden club will meet with mrs h. P. Morrison at her Home on West Broad Street. 10 a. Good will Garden club will meet with mrs Sloan d. Gibson jr., at Ber Home. £33 edged a in drive. Mrs. Blake Thompson will Lead an open forum our Garden 12 10 p. In the wednesday Book club will have a luncheon meeting at the Home of mrs. R. S. Lafferty on Louise Avenue. I p. In the High Point graduate nurses club will meet at the y. W. A. Hut. At which time or. Nancy k. Poston will he guest speaker. 8 30 p. In a the study group of the High Point Council of jewish women will meet with mrs. Sam Tobias at her Home on Parkway when Rev. Cecil Haworth will he the speaker. Thursday to a. In the girl Stout Council will hold its november meeting at the Home of mrs. P. Ii. Dalton on West Circle drive members ate asked to note the change in place of meeting 3 30 . A the Tea and topics club will meet at the Home of mrs. W. F. Clayton on holiest drive Friday 3 p. In the Priscilla club will he entertained by mrs. Hoke Bullard at her Home 1104 Foiest Hill drive saturday 7 a. In the second of the Semi weekly Hunts will be held by the Sedgefield Hunt starting from Adam farm at Sedge fled. 2 30 p. In. The y. W. A. Book club will meet at they a c. A hut with miss Madeline Mccain of the senior High school faculty As guest speaker. Evening Bridge party saturday next club event two of the november events on the Emerywood country clubs Calendar Are being held this week the ladies Bridge this afternoon at 3 of clock and the evening Bridge party to which All adult members of the club Are eligible to attend will take place on saturday evening november la As the next event. Mrs. A. M. Utley is serving As hostess for the ladies party this afternoon at 3 of clock and on saturday evening or. And mrs. Frank b Smith will serve As club Host and hostess for the evening Bridge which gets underway at 8 o clock. Refreshments at both of these events will be served by Courtesy of the dub but reservations must he made in Advance for Bridge. Another ladies Bridge party on november 21 and the Carolina Duke Dao let on saturday november 18. Will conclude the months club events. At the latter function John Peddicord and his orchestra will furnish music and dancing will be from nine until a late hour. Mrs. Lester Ward recent Bride is honoured at party or. Ani Mhz. George miss Alliene Hoover becomes Bride George m. Corcoran at Thomasville special to the enter part Thomasville. Nov. 7. A announcements of wide interest Reading As follows were issued Here late yesterday a emr. And mrs. George Marshall Hoover announce the marriage of their daughter Thiene Shelley to or. George Matthews Corcoran on monday the sixth of november. Nineteen Hundred and thirty nine Thomasville. North enclosed cards read Quot at Home after november fifteenth. 208 East main Street Thomasville n. Only members of the immediate families of the couple were present to witness the ceremony which was characterized by simplicity. Mrs. Corcoran is the elder i daughter of or. And mrs. George Marshall Hoover of Thomasville where she is popularly known. She is one of the leading women golfers of the South and served As president of the Piedmont to. Menus Golf association for two years. Or. Corcoran is the son of Michael f. Corcoran of Cambridge mass., and the late mrs. Corcoran he has made his Home in Greensboro for the past nine years where he is Golf professional at the Star mount Forest country club. Miss Louise Alexander to address Asheboro Korosis club wednesday ladies you Are cordially invited to attend our cooking demonstration featuring the new Frigidaire electric Range again tomorrow at 2 00 p. M. See these new ranges designed by housewives for housewives free thera will be a free souvenir comb mss Low Cost. A a sped everyone sum of Sis f Beeson hardware co. 214 North main Street phone 45&1 about people misses Pearl Thompson and Retty Jackson left last night for Farmville va., where they will resume their studies at state i teachers College after spending i the week end with their respective parents or. And mrs. J. V. Thompson and or. And mrs. L. Jackson. A Shields spent the week end with relatives and friends in Kernersville mrs Vernon . Idol jr., is a patient at the Bunn memorial j Hospital where she was taken sunday Arter being ill at her Home Here. She underwent an emergency i appendectomy on sunday evening from which she i reported to he i recovering satisfactorily Ewe friends of mrs. Joe Vaughn. Who has been a patient at Burro memorial howl ital xviii he glad to team that she has sufficiently recovered to he moved to her Home. 212 West Ray Street. I mrs h. T. Douglas 509 col onial drive left yesterday to attend the funeral of her brother l. R. Skidmore Clarksburg. Vav. J a. _ study group meets at Ada Blair school the child study group of Ada Blair school w ill meet on wednesday afternoon at 2 45 of clock in i the school Library. Mrs. Lidie Horton head of the Home eco i Nom in department of the senior High school will speak on the pro a Gram of the department. Co m v in it Mech in i Xgo Burgaw nov. 7. A a Pender county observed Home i coming Day today with a program at the county courthouse. On the program for speeches were or. Frank p. Graham president of the University of North Carolina rep. Graham Barden third District congressman and or. J. M. Cooper of the state Bourd of health. In d for Days or full discomfort try Chic huh term pills for functional periodic pain and discomfort of u j d give Quick it Ojel Quot. Ask your aug bust for Chichester pills a ii of amond grand a a in la sinom Over v to of ars Asheboro nov. 7. A spec Tai the Asheboro Korosis club will hold its regular monthly meeting wednesday afternoon when it meets at the Home of mrs. Vav. J. Armfield i president of the organization. Mrs. Ervin pyre mrs. Dempsey Barnes and mrs. Russell Parks will be associate hostesses. The meeting will feature an address by miss Louise Alexander of woman a College of the University of North Carolina. She will discuss some topic of political interest. Mrs j. Ai infield Iii entertained her Bridge club last Friday afternoon at the Armfield Home on South Park Street. In addition to the regular members one visitor mrs. E in Steere. Was present. Following the games which were played in a room decorated with arrangements of chrysanthemums in varied shades refreshment were served those present were mrs. Russell Parks mrs Ogburn Yates. Mrs. J. D. Ross. Jr., mrs. Frank Mccrary and mrs Charles bos song. Young Hilly Armfield. Son of or and mrs j. Armfield Iii was honoured with a party at the Friday morning kindergarten class of miss Rebecca Hedrick. The occasion was his fifth birthday. Refreshments were served to him and his Nineteen fellow classmates. The engagement of miss Golda Belle m of 1111. Daughter of or. And mrs. It. K. Muffin of West resell Street to Richard Siler son of mrs. M e. Allen of Ramseur has been announced Here by the parents of the Bride to be. No exact wedding Date has been set but it will probably be held around the first of the year or. I Howard p Powell pastor of the i Dilworth methodist Church in Charlotte will hear the vows. I the Junior department of the Asheboro women s club will hold a meeting tuesday evening at i 7 in o clock in the Home of mrs. I Ernest Kieswetter on Sunset Avenue. Mrs. Roy Champion and mrs. James York will be associate hostesses. Maurice Lee spent the week i end in Myrtle Beach. S. C., where he was a guest at a House party i or. And mrs. S. Vav. Taylor have s moved to High Point where or. A Taylor will be stationed As new i District superintendent for the me a Tho dist Church i miss Leona Ritter spent the week end visiting friends in High i Point. Or. And mrs. J. R. Raglan Are visiting friends and relatives in Salisbury. Or. And mrs. Wayne Harris were week end visitors in Western North Carolina. Or. And mrs. Odell Cranford j had mrs. Cranford a parents or. J and mrs a. R. Kimrey her Sis i Ter miss Hazel Kimrey and mrs. I . M. Dixon ail of Wilmington Las their House guests this week i end. J Lacy Lewis or. Salem College student spent the week end with his parents on Sunset Avenue Noah Burrows student at Mars Hill College is spending a few Days 1th his parents or. And mrs s. A Burrows j Sam Hayworth. State College student spent the week end at Home in Asheboro. Miss Margaret of Brian medical i student at Wake Forest College was Home for the week end. Dinner first event of education week at Ada Blair school the cafeteria of the Ada Blair school was the scene of a a get together a dinner served to approximately too parents and teachers Law it evening in the first of a series of events for american education week. The thank giving Motif was carried out in the table decorations. Fruits and fall Flowers were Centrepieces for the tables and lighted candles Lent a festive note. During the evening piano music was furnished by miss Polly Hicks of the Ada Blair faculty. Miss Ada Blair principal greeted the guests. In a Toast. Mrs. Walter Church expressed to teachers the appreciation of the parents and mrs. Alston Clark responded. Carl g. N. Cronstedt head of tile music faculty of the City schools who Sang a the Rosary Nevini was introduced in a Clever original poem by mrs . R. Sees Ive 1\-t. A. President. Charles f. Carroll. Jr., Spenn i girl pentagons to meet this evening mrs Lester Vernon Ward who before her recent marriage was miss Sara Myers was honoured by mesdames . K. Myers Herman Mccormick and Elmore Mcmahan at the Gibson clubroom when they entertained there with a party for her on Friday evening. Three tables of Bingo were in play prices going to mesdames Ernest Dennis and Wayne Green misses Maude Burrows and Louise i Edmonds. The honoree received gifts from i both hostesses and guests and later refreshments consisting of ices in bridal Mold w Ere served to the honoree and 12 additional guests. A Rev. Clay Madison Speaks to Dak Hill school students j a was the Little Acorn has the rapacity within it to become a mighty Oak so the tiny mind has the potentiality of becoming a great intellect a said Rev. Clay j Madison pastor of the first methodist Church in an address be fore the student at the Oak Hill school monday morning. I address was an introduction to the Observance of Ameri Jan education week which is being celebrated throughout the nation. Special music for the program i was tinder the direction of miss i Annie Laurie Moss and miss Naomi Gaskins with mis. R. K Blair j at the piano. A Ope House honouring girl scout leaders at Sheraton tonight tonight Marks a a red letter Day for local girl is out troop leaders who Are being honoured j by the High Point girl scout j Council at an Ope House at the Sheraton hotel when the group will entertain approximately a i Hundred guests. The Ope House will he an informal affair and will get under Way at 8 of clock and continue until to. Receiving will lie mrs. Rosater m. Tucker girl scout i commissioner mrs. Mahel rum Ett local director and mrs. A Ailette in Day. Leaders president land refreshments will he served i by a group of local girl . De Venable Home demonstration club s president the High Point Home demonstration club elected mrs. Re Venable As new president yesterday afternoon when it met at the Ollie of mrs. Of. I. Coyer route tour. Other officers chosen were mrs. Max Smith first vice president mrs James a wheless second Vic president mrs r. Vav. Guyer Secretary mrs. H. I. Guyer assistant Secretary mrs. A f. Morgan. Reporter. The demonstration for tile afternoon a on a the care and transplanting of next months meeting to he held on the first monday in december will he on Christmas decorations and any interested persons Are invited to attend. 4 4 4 Church social to Rhey dinner it St. Mary a november a the annual Turkey supper at St. Mary a episcopal Church will be held in the Parish House Oil wednesday november 15, from 6 until 8 o clock it was announced today. A $ Stephens Bible class meeting on wednesday the Stephens Bible study class will meet with mrs. U. G. Rush at her Home on Carrick Avenue at which time mrs. Nora l. Andrews will he in charge of the topic for discussion which will be taken from the fifth chapter of St Luke. It left Sunshine girls to meet this evening the Sunshine Iris of the Pilgrim holiness Church will hold their regular monthly business meeting this evening at 7 30 at the Home of miss Geneva Cecil. Ill Barker Street. Previous announcement of this meeting stated that it would be held at Gibson clubroom and members Are asked to take note of the change in place. 4 4 4 Green St. Class to meet tonight the l. L. L. Class of the Green Street Baptist Church will meet this evening at 7 30 o clock at the Home of hyacinth Hedrick on the Kernersville Road. 4 4 4 Weix h memorial Circle ton ight Circle no. 2 of the Welch memorial Church woman a missionary society w ill meet this eve j Ling at .7 o clock at the Home of mrs. Lee Meredith 514 Walnut Street. And a Weiner Toast will Fol i Low the business session. Mem hers Are asked to note the change in the hour. John Ogburn Blackburn born at local Hospital or. Sud mrs. R. R. Blackburn 404 Mon lieu Avenue announce i the birth of a son. John Ogburn. On sunday november 5, at the Guilford getters Hospital. 4 4 4 land twins have birthday party or. And or. L. T. I and. 306 Hood Street entertained with a party in Honor of their twin son and daughter. Ira and Irene saturday. When they celebrated their seventh birthday. Gam were played by the children. And later refreshments were served to about 20 guests. The Honoreen received attractive gifts. Outstanding musical program scheduled for this evening first formal concert to he spot sorted by the Friday music stud club newly organized Here will he the appearance of two Greensboro artists mrs. T. Moody Stroud and mrs. R. Dewey Farrell this evening at the Emerywood country club. Mrs. Stroud widely known As a Brilliant pianist will play several numbers from Chopin and other classical composers while mrs. Farrell vocalist will feature an aria from Puccini a opera a Tosca a and several other selections. Members of the musical Art club and a number of additional musicians and music lovers of the City have Heen invited by the sponsoring club to attend this concert. Iff Iff son born Quot to or. We mrs. I Lovi Wilkes or. And mrs. Floyd Wilkes announce the birth of a son William Arthur on sunday novem her 5, at the Alamance general Hospital in Burlington. Mrs. Wilkes before her marriage was miss Ruth Rutledge of this City. Duce ski Solo on eeb Rome nov. 7.�? up a Premier Mussolini conferred today with his new air chief Gen. Francisco Procolo on plans for developing Italy a air Force. Quick Relief from symptoms of bistros arising from stomach ulcers due to excess acid Froe Book tells of must help or it will Cost you nothing Over one million bottle of the Willard treatment have been hold for Relief of symptom of distr i ing from stomach and duodenal ulcer due to Exco a acid poor do Maitlon sour or up it stomach. A in a Haa Burn. Shapu Kinait. Etc. Doe to Cleat acid. Sold on 15day trial a a for a a Willard to Aga which fully a a plums Thia t rest Mea in irs a Ai Cecil s drug stores Don t keep on sniffling and sneezing without doing anything about it put a few drops of Vicks Vatro nol up each nostril right away. Feel it go to work. Notice How it relieves irritation and stuffiness of a cold. This treatment is successful because Vatro nol is Active medication containing several essential chef giving agents plus Ephe 1 a a in new and is Eva Tou Pressly designed Tor nose and upper Throat. And what s More when used in time Vatro nol helps to keep colds from developing. To a Vicks Ronol new design a Bright new color scheme new conveniences. Hoover color cleaning patented agitator at bargain Price. Only $1.00 a week payable monthly. Beeson Howe. Co. I 21 North main Street phone 4551 or ii aria As it swim As it chans eyes examined glasses fitted or. Nat Walker i careful attention to children phone 2962 office Over Wal Green i drug j a v family finish the finest laundry service available lint w Ork. He la. Wearing apparel he la. Minimum by utile. mss sctt Hoth Hoot i a uk., to War phone 3.103 laundry faille i Points Only soft water laundry miss Helen Davis Wil he hostess to the regular meeting of the girls Pentagon club at her Home on Wood i of Avenue this evening. The hour for the meeting is 7 30. Dominos meet with miss Crooks tonight member of the Domino club will he entertained by miss Edythe Crooks at her Home 526 North Hamilton this evening at the regular meeting. The hour for the meeting will be 7 45 o clock. City wide y. W. A. Classes tonight a City wide y. W. A Mission study course is being sponsored at the Green Street Baptist Church this evening. Classes begin at 6 30 p rn., supper will be served at 7 30, and another class will follow at 8 p. In. Miss Mary Currin state w. M it. Young people Leader will teach classes from the Book. A this constraining she is an outstanding youth worker Aud every member or respective member of a y. Vav a. In the City is invited to attend All vegetable laxative makes Happy friends thousands swear by this Way too pendent of City schools was i in-1 get Relief when they re Lazy inside Ltd pal speaker of the evening using As his topic a the american Way of life a and urging his listeners to educate for Freedom of speech and thinking in a democracy. Proceeds from the dinner will he used for the free lunch Iund of lbs school. And it has them headache bilious irritable upset a Quarter to a half teaspoonful of spicy aromatic b l a g k d it a u g la t on your Tongue tonight a drink of water a there you ate then this All exp table laxative usually allows plenty of Lima for sleep acts thoroughly Aud gently and relieves constipation a headaches bilious Ness irritability Bud breath. Black draughts main ingredient is an a intestinal Toni it laxative a which helps tone the intestinal Muscles. Million of packages used prove its Merit economical a 25 to 40 doses 25c. 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