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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 16, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Pake eight Sec. Athe High Point Enterprise Piedmont enter of High Point. North Carolina thursday november 16. Iou mrs. Valette j. Harris entertains utopian club program on j. B Duke mrs. Valet to j. Harris entertained members of the utopian study club Ai an attractive meeting yesterday afternoon at her borne on Rockford Road when ten members were in attendance. Effective arrangements of fall Dowers graced the Home on this occasion and formed a colourful getting for the meeting. On the arrival of the ladies they were served sandwiches and Tea with individual cakes. Mrs. L. Matton president of the club. Was in the chair during a Brief business session and afterwards gave the current events for the afternoon which covered items of timely interest. The afternoon s program was presented by mrs. J. I. Groome who gave a review of the biography of James Buchanan Duke written by John Wilbur Jenkins which gave interesting incidents of the life of this fatuous Benefactor known far and wide for his donations to Duke University which hears his name. Members present at this meeting included mesdames l. Matton j. I. Groome Herman Smith Henry Foscoe Harry Alexander Jesse Washburn. J. S. Pickett j. La. Walker. Jr., Roland t. Holton and the hostess. Bladder irritation Wake you up it s not Normal. It May be natures a min of sluggish kidneys. Make this 4-<lav test. Your 25c Back of not pleased. Kidneys need occasional Flushing a a Well As bowels. Excess acids and other waste can cause irritation resulting in getting up nights burning or scant flow ask any druggist for bursts 25c. Locally at Mann drug stores Johnnie Poy to be dinner Host John c. Foy jr., will entertain a few close friends at a dinner party at his Home on Arbordale drive tomorrow evening celebrating his seventh birthday to High Falls on november is. Much social work reported at meet of jewish women extensive social work already done and to be done in the near future was one of the major items discussed last night at the regular meeting of the Council of jewish women at the Home of mrs. Harry doctor. Mrs. Louis Tanner served As associate hostess. Mrs. Doctor reported for the social service committee that five completed layettes have beep turned Over to mrs. R. L. Proctor City nurse for the lending Linen Chest for maternity cases that 2.- tablecloths have been hemmed for the Guilford county tuberculosis Sanatorium that the annual thanksgiving baskets will be distributed As usual and that plans Are being made for Christmas gifts to be sent to the Sanatorium. The Council also went on record As a unit of the needlework Guild for this season As in the past two years. Mrs. Harry Kaplan Civie chair notice our startling and spectacular used car Sale is now in full swing Only 0% Down mrs. Raymond Binford addresses woman club at Thomasville on peace problems i Amu bargains like these aft Liall terms like these Llva. Just a few examples 1936 Dodge Coupe $395 Only Shono Down 1936 Ford Sedan $325 on i sui2.ao Down 1934 Plymouth Sedan $245 Only $21.50 Down Many More cars and trucks to choose from prices Cut a easy terms a no red tape a no penalty for a Little extra time nowhere else such terms nowhere else such savings Horace g. Ilderton inc Dodge Plymouth gom of i us at xxx i Ludy Brook phone 2720 on colonial styled bed room suites 3-piece group in Maple or mahogany 50 Only see our windows suites now on display $5oo Down $5.00 per month plus carrying charge for Only an Odd piece or a Complete Home it will pay you to visit us and see our prices. Too dependable furniture rot flew 4bo s. Main St phone 4260 no matter what happens to old Santa Claus on his Way from the North pole Thoro will he Christmas toys for. Ten thousand boys and girls whose fathers grow tobacco in Piedmont North Carolina. A committee of Winston Salem business men with the help of two Young advisors selected 23,000 toys let week to be distributed at the annual Christmas party for tobacco growers and their families to be held on wednesday december 20, in Bowman Cray memorial stadium heading from left to right Are in tile foreground a x. Dixson jr., Blake and Komine Nicholson c. W. Hildebrand in tile rear a. A. Hall Robert w. Horrell and Thomas b. Rice. Man reported that she attended the Community cheat drive on october 24. And that Ahe and her committee Are cooperating in red Cross Roll Call. Mrs. Sam Hyman peace and legislation chairman announced the cause and cure of War conference to be held in Washington january 22-25. She read excerpt from professor Mcdermott a speech at the recent conference on peace in Durham. Reports on the mid Atlantic states conference were also heard. Bridge club meets at Denton p to. A. To meet this evening special to the. Enterprise Denton. Nov 16 a the saturday contract Bridge club held its regular meeting saturday. Members gathered at the Home of mrs. Robert Carroll to enjoy an informal party. In keeping with the approaching thanksgiving season Brown and Orange Motif prevailed throughout the decorative scheme of the Home although chrysanthemums in shades of yellow and White were combined in Floral Motif. Bridge was the featured entertainment thanksgiving appointments Bing used. At the count of scores. Mrs. Wesley Morris was Holder of High score and received a deck of cards. Mrs. Betty Robbins was presented a Novelty vase As Consolation prize mrs. Catherine Griffis won Novelty Bridge pencils. Covers were Laid for eight and the hostess served a salad with individual open face Bridge cookies. Salted nuts and Coffee. The next meeting will he with mrs. Vernon Cashatt. Club members include mesdames Charles Hoover Wesley Morris Vernon Cashatt Walter Hedrick. Catherine Griffis Charles Robbins Charlie Davis and Robert Carroll. The Parent teacher association of Denton school will meet this evening at 7 30 o clock in the High school auditorium. French Smith principal will have charge of the program. Rev. A Williams. Pastor of the first methodist Church will be in charge of the devotional part of the program. By Way of cooperating with the Davidson county health department in the drive to rid the county of rodents w. M. Davis county health officer will present a moving picture which is sent out by the Federal government. Highway fatalities show Small decrease for month Raleigh not. a the Highway safety division reported today that Highway fatalities in the state last month totalled 102, compared with 114 killed in of i Tober 1938. Through october this year 731 persons were killed compared j with 756 killed in the same period last year. Special to the Enterprise Thomasville nov. 15. A the general meeting of the woman a club was held at the club building on Elliott drive tuesday afternoon when the program was in it Harge of the Fine arts department of which mrs. Allen Surratt is chairman with mrs. Raymond Binford of Guilford College As guest speaker. Mrs. Binford was presented by mrs. Surratt and made a forceful talk on peace giving much first hand information on peace problems gained in her capacity As Field Secretary of the North Carolina International relations i Nion. She gave an interesting travel talk during her discourse and displayed articles from different foreign during her travels. Mrs. Alvah Boyles club president presided meeting and mrs. Charles Lambeth chaplain gave the devotional which was followed by routine business. Twenty five members of the club served As hostesses for this meeting and assisted in serving Dainty refreshments in the club dining room following the program. Collected countries woman Over the entertainer a m a j i world famous entertainer on the Artabel presenting comedy Aud surprises will he presented at the Paramount theatre Friday Aud saturday in conjunction with the feature a calling All Balogh concert is Given High Praise is in City tonight president of Hickory association pays tribute to pianist mrs. Of Tomlinson president of the High Point cooperative concert association today received a letter from mrs. John Geitner president of the Hickory association. In regard to the concert which Erno Balogh hungarian pianist gave in that City Mon Day night. Balogh will present a concert Here tonight. Wrote mrs. Geitner a you have no idea of the wonderful concert in store for your folks. Erno Balogh is just the Best you have Ever heard. He will thrill you so a wonderful personality so charming. A your Hickory audience tonight just went mad about him. He played encore after encore. They would not give him up. He said he would play just As Long As they wanted him he adores it. I do Hope your audience will appreciate him As this one did tonight. The Gastonia folks who were up were simply wild about or. or. And mrs Willard Johnson and family of High Point were recent visitors of or. And mrs. I Norman Johnson. Robert Johnson of High Point i College spent saturday Here with i i or. And mrs. Val Johnson. Tom Anderson of Raleigh spent the week end Here the guest of j relatives. Or. And or. Marvin Cole and son Hoyle Cole of Hickory spent the week end Here with Rel at Ives. Rev. Clarence Russell and family spent the week end Here As i guests of mrs. T. Russell. Mrs. John t. Sexton and mrs. Wilson Russell recently spent the Day in Lexington with friends or. And or. Early Adams announce the birth of a son sunday november 12. Modern music club elects new officers new officers of the modern music club music pupils of Carey j. Davis Are As follows president Joyce Young vice president lots Nance Secretary treasurer Betty Don Armentrout program chairman Mozelle Valentine publicity chairman Claude Cook. These officers will take office on january i. Mildred Henderson retiring president was in charge of the election meeting and special music by Claude Cook Joyce Young and or. Davis was featured prior to the Erv lug of refreshments by he hostess. Betty Lou Armentrout and her Mother. Rankin memorial clash will meet the Philathea class of Rankin memorial Church will hold its monthly meeting in the Home of miss Nell minor on Oakview Street Friday evening at 7 30. Mrs. M. Amick. Mrs. J. A. Bowers and miss Edith Cameron will be associate hostess. City files answer to $20,000 action special to the Enterprise Greensboro nov. 16 the City of High Point flied answer this morning in United states District court to a 120.000 damage suit which is being brought by the american service company of High Point against the City and the Southern railway. The plaintiff asks $15,000 for damages allegedly done by dirt piled on its property during the course of the Railroad tracks depression project til High Point and $5,000 for loss of business occasioned by the closing of the Perry Street Railroad crossing by the same project. In its answer filed several Days ago the railway company alleged that if there is any liability against it the liability is secondary As the City assumed its responsibility when the crossing work was undertaken. The City in its answer further states that Perry Street has never been a main artery and that in any Case it is not the City a intention to close the crossing permanently As it now is applying for spa Ald to build a Bridge there. The City further states that it filled up a swamp area and a Ravine adjoining the plaintiffs property and erected freight station hut placed no dirt on the plaintiffs land without written permission. It alleges in conclusion that tile Laud of the service company has been improved rather than damaged by this work. Mrs. I. T. La in 1s t ii is a patient at the City memorial Hospital where she is undergoing treatment. Or. And mrs. W. Covington and son w. C., jr., of Wagram were weekend guests of or. And mrs. D. M. Jester at their Home on Moore Street. Mrs. William Grindley of Charleston s. Cd a and miss Jane Pratt of Lexington were dinner guests monday evening of miss male Snell on Myers Street. Mrs. Grimsley will be remembered Here As miss Douglas Wall. Mrs. James Lyles or. Virginia Gurley and mrs. Delette Frazier All of Liberty spent the week end Here with mrs Kath Erine Neese. Who accompanied them Home for a visit. Or. And mrs. Dick Stone an daughters of Asheboro Spe sunday Here As guests of or and mrs. Ray Hoover. The Janie Tuttle missionary society met at the Home of or r. Wilson on Harmon Stree with mrs. T. J. York Misc b. Gooch and mrs. Crouch As associate hostesses mrs. It. E. Watkins was i the chair and mrs. Letha Crouch led the devotional of lowing the opening song. The Lopie a enlarging the horizon so the protestant Church a Stven by mrs. Ernest freed in an mrs. W. T. Green presented the Bible study. Mrs. Austin Elliott was we corned As a new member a Ibn election of the officers present cd by mrs. H. T. He theoc chairman of the nominating com Init tee. Included mrs. Ralph i son president mrs. R. E. Wat Kins vice president mrs. Ireton Crouch recording Secretary Mac Ernest Freedl assistant seer tary miss Mamie Harris Cofre pending Secretary mrs. J. Lawing treasurer while Quot a eth v a r i o u s superintendents in chairmen were also Hosner mrs. L f. Tuttle and mis Minnie Lee Guyer were guest for the evening and Dainty to refreshments were served to the Large group at the conclusion o the meeting. A the general meeting of the woman a missionary society o the first Baptist Church Xvi held at the Church monday after noon with mrs. Wakefield Sjon in the chair. Following the usual opening announcement w Ai made that the week of Praye will be observed december 1?-13 mrs r. G Jennings mrs c m. Howell and mrs. L. G. Farmer were appointed on a nominating committee during the bus Ness session and afterwards sirs j. A. Neilson was presented an spoke on a stewardship of Ahi ttys in keeping with the Deco tonal on stewardship conduct by mrs. M. Howell. Be a in a Here Are the things that will keep you warm and comfy it to have annual to Rhey Din Neh the annual Turkey dinner will he held at the Wesley memorial Church on wednesday evening. November 2 2, it has been announced Here. A Small charge will be made for plates. W. Of a Jill r to Cost i Sarn for menfolk mens coat sweaters swell ones Cape leather and knit combinations brushed Wool worsted two tones and Rich fall i shades. Sizes x Al 36-44 boys Zipper sweaters what an assortment pullovers or Coats All Over and combination patterns. Solids and two of tones sizes 30-36 jut men s leather jackets suede or Cape lined with sateen. Full Zipper front and Zipper cigarette pocket. Brown Tan Sqq Black. Sizes 36-46 others 2.on to 7.om men s leather gloves name your Choice fleece lined or unlined Cape. Pigiet. Suede Wool and leather combinations sizes 7h to 104 other dress gloves 40c men s warm socks cold feet these Are warm heavy part Wool yarn reinforced for Wear. Blue Grey Brown. Pair. Boys Corduroy suits Zipper front lumber jackets with Matching knickers. Warm lining to shut out icy winds. Grey Brown. Sizes 15c la. 2.98 pert Wool blankets s 98c vyv a 70�?� x 80�?�. ,. Plenty of room to snuggle into. Plaids or solids with 3�?� sateen bind no. All colors. 36&Quot Outing flannel heavily napped. Perfect for baby a things linings or quilting. White. Pink. Blue Grey Yard. Luc mens warm underwear medium weight ribbed Cotton. Knit to fit like a a second full government Standard. £5q� sizes 36-46etc boys sizes 24-hi, Uke Hercules Quot work shoes Worth 1.98 buy Mem a Black or Brown Elk. A weather proofed rubber soles. A sizes for men and boys. For women women Scoats styles. Details fabrics. That Are truly remark Abl at this Price nubby tweeds suedes fleece with Quality linings and warm Intel things. Q que sizes 12-44 children s ski suits 3 pc. Warm fleece. Lined wish Kasha Suspender pants. Plaid and solid combinations. Sizes 2-6�i/0 other suits nil 7-1. 8.98 girls Coats Diagonal fleeces a Snow Flake a nubby tweeds. Fur collars zippered Vestee and pockets. Warmly interlinked. J Sqq sizes 7-14women s Blanket Robes Beacon and Esmond wonderfully warm and smartly styled wrap around in med., Large extra v sizes. I .,70 women s coat sweaters All Fleecy yarn a Sloppy Joe Quot and v neck styles. A sizes 3 2-42 we All Wool Maxox ers Lith women s flannel gowns heavy weight. Cut very full. Double Yoke front and Back. Pink and Tea Rose. 4j/c extra heat weight Row ii 79c women s panties Ruck stitch. Smooth and snug fitting Saddle seat Crotch. Small med., Large tests to match. A a pair. A c a a Rill Cream color Bloomer children s waists its fleeced yarn for warmth Elbow sleeves in trunk on knee length. Self help elastic seat. A 2-13heavy Cotton Ami Rayon Bloomer pair women s Quot Parka hands Quot velvety soft grand for All sport the it n no warm vivid color combinations with Fluffy cuffs in contrasting shades. 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