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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 15, 1925, High Point, North Carolina J scr. R. Rar High Point Enterprise sunday. November 15. 1925 or. Al. Clubs a s Vav ties phone 4 262 events of society phone 42c2 weddings personals fashions Scilla club to thursday the Priscilla club will meet urday afternoon at s o clock the mrs. Frank Ford at Ber me 111 Hillcrest drive. A a a rid arte to meet Ith mrs. Walker mrs. John Walker jr., will in Tain the Mardi carte club tues a afternoon at 3 of clock at her me on colonial drive. A a a is. Sauls left to re id funeral mrs. F. E. Sauls left this morn g tor Raleigh to attend the furs i of her Nephew. Albert Sid a Baynes or. A a Rier Dalton leaves r Husting trip Carter Dalton left saturday orning for Atlanta where he ined Gordon burnet1 and a party ice a team is a delicious Cert any time in the year phone Well deliver Ann drug co. 21041�?phones�?2100 drugs wit a reputation of other men going from there to Louisiana on a Duck Hunting trip. To give luncheon for miss Heitman mrs. E. T. Harman and mrs. H. I. Coffield will entertain with a luncheon on tuesday at 2 o clock at the Home of mrs. Harmon on North main Street honouring miss Polly Heitman attractive Bride of this month. A a a evening Trecek to meet monday night the evening Circle of the woman a auxiliary of the friends Church will meet monday evening at 7 30 of clock with mrs. Wade Hiatt and miss a hic Griffith. Hostesses at the Home of mrs. Hiatt in Edge Dale. # mrs. Wilson to give a Tea cards Reading As follows have been issued mrs. J. Vassie Wilson at Home country club Friday afternoon. November 20th from four to six of clock mrs. G. C. Taylor. A Guild to have a Turkey dinner the woman a Guild of St. Vary a episcopal Church will give a Turkey dinner tuesday evening. November 15, at the Parish House. The Public Moffitte a 217 North main Street the november offerings Are the Best yet newest c o a t s unusual values $19.50 $49.50 done to you think you had better do it now buy your thanksgiving coat. A e Are showing the Best Syles in popular weaves and Correct shades Alt Are elegantly fur trimmed in quite a few real pretty remember you will make no mistake by selecting your coat Here next week. / unusual values in fashionable Coats from si9.50 to s49.50 a let us show von Quot Moffitte a 217 n. Main Street is cordially invited. The menu will consist of Turkey cranberries Home made pickles vegetables Home made Plum pudding with hard sauce and ice Cream. A a a muss Alexander to Honor Rhida elect cards Reading As follows have been issued miss Minnie Alexander at Home wednesday november eighteenth 210 English Street three thirty to ave of clock miss Polly Heitman. A a w. O. T. Club to meet tuesday the w. O. T. Club will meet on tuesday afternoon at 3 30 of clock with mrs. C. M. Hauser on North main Street. The subject for the afternoon will be a Coleridge and his achievements a a and mrs. G. Clark will be the Leader for the afternoon. Al members Are asked to be prepared for the round table discussion. A a a Allred Jeffreys card received announcements Reading As follows have been received in this City or. And mrs. Wiley Gaston Jeffreys announce the marriage of their daughter Alice sue to or. Joseph Rankin Allred on saturday the seventh of november one thousand nine Hundred and Twenty five. Greensboro North Carolina. Mrs. Allred is delightfully known in High Point having frequently visited her sister mrs. Walker. A a a or. And mrs. Dalton Honor miss Heitman honouring miss Polly Heitman attractive Bride elect or. And mrs. Carter Dalton entertained delightfully with a Buffet supper on Friday evening at their a a Cabin at Sedgefield. The charming log House was prettily decorated and a delicious supper was served. Covers were Laid for miss Polly Heitman or. And mrs. Randall b. Terry or. And mrs. Forest Murray m. And mrs. Wade Marsh or. And mrs. E. Snow or. And mrs. H. I. Coffield and or. And mrs. Carter Dalton. A a mrs. Welborn leaves for general convention mrs. John s. Welborn left last night for hot Springs ark., to attend the general convention of the United daughters of the confederacy. Mrs. Welborn left on the Advance special for the convention which begins on tuesday and Many of the officers and other delegates from North Carolina were on this train. During the convention mrs. Wel born will Stop at the new Arlington hotel. At the conclusion. Of the meeting she expects to remain at hot Springs for several weeks for treatment and will stay at the Majestic hotel. A a a miss Heitman to be honoree at parties miss Polly he Tinan whorls the guest of her sister mrs. R. B. Terry and whose wedding to Lonnie Ivey of Raleigh will occur on november 21, will be the guest of Honor at a number of social affairs preceding her wedding. On tuesday mrs. E. T. Harmon and mrs. H. I. Coffield will entertain with a luncheon at the Home of mrs. Harmon. On wednesday morning miss Violet Johnson and mrs. Comer Covington will give a breakfast at Sedgefield. Miss Minnie Alexander will be hostess at Tea on wednesday afternoon at her Home on English Street mrs. Wade Marsh and mrs. Ever Ett Marsh will be joint hostesses at a Tea thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. C. Beavans on North main Street. A a a Canterbury club met on Friday the Canterbury club met on Friday afternoon with mrs. Capus Waynick at the Monroe apartment. In the absence of the president mrs. Everett Marsh mrs. Forest Murray presided Over the business session. The meeting was then tuned Over to the program chairman. Mrs. Craven Page. The club this year is studying biography. Mrs. Garland Alderman read an interesting paper on a a what constitutes a Good biography and mrs. Harry Brockman had As the subject of her Well prepared paper a Why read during the afternoon a salad course was served. Those present were mrs. Forest Murray mrs. Jack Grubb mrs. F. Ellis. Mrs. Craven Page mrs. De. Lyon mrs. Harry Brockman mrs. Garland Alderman mrs. Charles Perry mrs. Tom Kearns and is. Capus Waynick. Y. A. A. News and notes on monday evening at 7 30 of clock Hie Florence Nightingale club will meet at the Junior order Hall in Mechanicsville. The subject for Tho Industrial clubs this week is a what is and miss Cleo Borwn will Lead the Florence Nightingale club program. Tile Worth while club will meet on monday evening at 7 3o of clock at the y. C. A. Miss Birdie Mcnair will be the program Leader. On t essay afternoon and evening the y. C. A. Members will have the privilege of swimming in the y. M. C. A. Pool. On thursday evening the Sunshine club will have a party at the y. C. A. The lend a hand club will meet Friday evening at 7 30 o clock at Highland Cor Unity Hall. The president. Miss Maggie Brown will Lead the program. On Friday evening the win one club will have basketball practice at the y. C. A. A a a Mish Stamey guest at dinner party the following appeared in the carolinian the official weekly publication of the North Carolina College for women Greensboro this week in Honor of her guest miss Fannie May Halsted student at Greene Boro College miss Louise Bryan entertained with a delightful dinner party at the guest table in Spencer dining room. Those enjoying miss Bryan a hospitality were Dorothy Stamey Margie Fuller Dorothy Gilbert Kitty Carter. Ruth Mcqueen Elizabeth Moretz Fannie May Halsted Constance Gwaltney and Dorothy Robinson. A friends Circle announcements the following announcements of the Circle meetings of the friends Church have been Given out Circle number i will meet monday afternoon at 2 30 of clock with mrs. Myrtle Mendenhall at her Home on Asheboro Street. Miss Clara i. Cox chairman. Circle number 2 will meet monday afternoon at 3 30 of clock with mrs. T. A. Sykes on Green Street. Mrs. J. C. Barker chairman. Circle number 3 will meet monday afternoon at 3 30 of clock with mrs. Fidelia Barker at her Home on Steele Street. Mrs. D. R. Parker chairman. Circle number 4 will meet monday afternoon at 3 00 of clock with mrs. Clarence Johnson at her Home on the Greensboro Road. Mra. J. Clynard chairman. A a week of prayer begins monday the week of prayer for the main Street m. E. Church will begin monday afternoon the first meeting following the regular monthly business meeting of the missionary society which begins at 2 30 of clock at the Church. This first meeting which is by the adult society has As its subject a praying and giving for foreign monday evening at 7 30 of clock the Lucy Roberson society will have the program on a praying and giving for Home on tuesday afternoon at 2 30 there will be a a Day of intercession for mothers and tuesday night the Young Peoples society and the juniors will have the program. The subject for the Young people will be a prayer the gift of the juniors subject will be a your father thy kingdom on wednesday night a missionary Sermon will be preached by the pastor Rev. B. Davis. A a a music literature dept. At Lovely program the music literature department of the woman a club had a delightful meeting Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Lamar Mccal Lum on Parkway. After a Short business session charge of the program and had a most interesting paper on a the influence of the White Man on Indian one interesting fact Jilch she brought out was that the Indian music was influenced by the Jesuit missionaries parts of their chants being found in the music. Mrs. Shipman and mrs. Herman Abels played As a piano duet the a Indian scout dance a and miss Shipman gave several Little sketches from the More modern Indian compositions. The second part of the program dealt with a american composers who have been influenced by Indian Mcdowell the most famous american composer was Given As an example. Mrs. H. T. Hudson played Quot from an Indian Lodge a by Macdowell. Each member answered the Roll Call at the meeting with an interesting fact about Indian music. It was decided that at the next meeting the department will get Back to their regular Day of meeting. Wednesday. During the afternoon Dainty refreshments were served. A a Flower show was most successful the annual Flower show Given by the ladles Kiel society of the Wesley memorial Church on wednesday and thursday was a most successful and Beautiful affair. The Flowers were Lovely in spite of the bad weather preceding the show. The prise awards were As follows Best collection of 25 chrysanthemums 19t prize mrs. Campbell second mrs. Bodenheimer. Best collection of 12 chrysanthemums 1st, mrs. Lee Andrews 2nd. Mrs. Lee Andrews 3rd, mrs. E. J. Hurst 4th. Mrs. Hinkle 5th, mrs. Bodenheimer 6th, mrs. Grissom. Best collection of six White chrysanthemums 1st, Clarence Smith 2nd, Clarence Smith 3rd, mrs. Campbell. Best collection of six yellow chrysanthemums 1st, mrs. Lee Andrews 2nd, mrs. D. Manly. Best collection of six Pink chrysanthemums. 1st, mrs. Hurst 2nd, mrs. Campbell. Best collection of six Bronze chrysanthemums let mrs. Andrews 2nd, mrs. Hurst v Best collection of six red chrysanthemums mrs. Hurst. Largest single chrysanthemum. Clarence Smith largest White Clarence Smith largest yellow Clarence Smith largest Brome mrs. Andrews. Best collection of old time varieties let mrs. Hurst 2nd. Mrs. Campbell 3rd, mrs. Mcdowell. Best collection of roses 1st, mrs. Mcdowell. 2nd, mrs. Jones Burns. Best Fern let mrs. Mack Hiatt 2nd, miss Margaret Mcadams 3rd, miss Margaret Mcadams. / a a a mrs. Frank Armfield of Concord arrived yesterday for a visit to her father w. J. Armfield at his Home on Broad Street. Her daughter miss Blanche Armfield who is a student at n. C. C. W., Greensboro is spending the weekend at the Armfield Home. A a a mrs. H. R. Broad Hurst Hee returned from a Brief trip to Cincinnati. Aha was acco Mapalad a far a Chicago by or. Broadhurst. Mrs. Broadhurst has recently moved in the new apartment Over the Broadhurst theatre. A a a mrs. R. B. Terry and miss Polly Heitman were visitors to Greensboro yesterday. A a a or. And mrs. J. L. Byrd of Panama Are the guests of or. And mrs. J. C. Abels for a few Days. A a a mrs. J. K. Young and mrs. B. Mcewen leave today for Baltimore to visit for several Days. A a miss Susis West is spending the week end with friends at Hester. A a a mrs. H. S. Meredith has returned to her Home in Tampa fla., after a visit to her Mother mrs. P. Pickett. Try one of our toasted sandwiches toasted on the master toasting machine. They Cost no More. Hot Coffee and chocolate or Tjw ulu1l o store opposite Wachovia Bank. Phone 969 Broadhurst opposite Sheraton hotel monday and tuesday matinee at 8 monday and tuesday night 7 and 9 of clock a guaranteed attraction one of the seasons biggest and Best George of Brien and special Fox cast in the a fighting heart monday family night this Coupon and 50c will admit you and your family of whatever size on monday night Only coming wednesday positively the greatest picture of the entire year a. H presents Sally of the sawdust a with Carol Dempster. And Vav c. Helot adapt to f0rrz3t Halsey. I any a Dorothy Dohn Elly Stamey a jewelry store a gifts that last Gold jewelry and precious stones has always been the Ideal everlasting gift even thousands of years before the Christian Era on Down to the present time and going stronger All the time. See Stamey a wonderful showing of foreign and Domestic jewelry in precious and Semi precious stones novelties of All kinds from Egypt Europe and other foreign countries and More particularly from the Good old u. S. A. There a no gift so appropriate or so everlasting As jewelry. In substantiation read the follow ing from the Enterprise of Friday regarding the biggest find of Gold jewelry yet discovered Gold casket of tut is the largest single piece of Gold yet to be uncovered by the archaeologists Cairo nor. 13.�? apr the Mummy of tut ankh Anion with the hands clasped on the breast and a tall Golden Crown on the head has been disclosed at last says a message from Luxor today. The exports examination establish cd that the pharaoh was Only ment and toilet articles found fifteen years old when he died on the breast were found two Large Golden scarabs and strapped to the Side two Gold handled knives. London not. apr the human shaped coffin encasing the Mummy of tut ankh amen and the exquisite workmanship of the ornaments found inside the solid Gold Case have bewildered those persons who have been permitted to see them. The coffin is described by a correspondent St Luxor As an amazing work of Art covered with intricate ornamentation and can bossed and engraved figures of various divinities. What the Golden cases value is has not been estimated but it is said to be the largest piece of precious Metal Ever uncovered by archaeologists articles of personal Orna in the coffin constitute a wonderful bijection. It is thought that the ornaments were a part of the regalia of the Young Pharoah. A majority of the toilet articles Are of Gold and lavishly ornamented with precious stones and enamel. An Ebony Statuette of the Pharoah ornamented with Gold was among the works of Art discovered in the coffin. The Richness and the lavishness of the latest find is taken As affording an indication of the great wealth in Egypt when the Young Monarch died some 3,000 years ago and was Laid to rest in the Valley of the Kings. This stoic has the greatest showing of jewelry diamonds and watches in its history. Now a the time to select the Cream of the j showing and if not convenient to pay now we will Reserve any article desired upon a Small payment Down. Take a Peep at our windows. See our Beautiful Flowers for Home or personal Wear. Stamey so gifts that last in jewelry diamonds w atches silverware and Kindred lines slim to the Waist a dare to the hemp a and then the slender Grace of Falls smart shoes in lines and trimming the garments of fall Are More elaborate enough so thai the shoe needs to be Boti simple and slender in de sign to give perfect balance to the costume. And Quality Ever Alert presents strap styles and step in models which Pep factly Accord with the new apparel styles. Yet there a no Monotony. Jujj to nip a wow Firma permanent waving the Nestle Lanoil process of permanent waving bobbed Heads. $10.00 j-2 Long head.$10.0 this week Only Bonnie Betty Beauty shop Over Woolworth phone 2092 second annual a Eye old Tymes fiddlers convention a Benefit Oak Hill fire department no. 5 and Cloverdale school Friday november 20, 1925 it at 8 00 p in. Liberal prizes will be Given added attraction Black face comedians a Good time guaranteed for All Cloverdale school auditorium admission 25c and 50c Money to lend on improved High Point property Greensboro Bank amp Trust co. Local agents n. A life ins. Co. Piedmont ins. Realty co. Local representative

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