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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 18, 1925, High Point, North Carolina Page 6high Point Enterprise wednesday november is 1925 clubs a announcements phone 4262 events of society weddings personals parties phone 4262 fashions u s b a n b or and mks. Diffendale move to new Home or. And mrs. C. E. Diffendale and family have moved from John Aon Street to their new Home in Emerywood. A a a Biri e Stith class meets tomorrow the Bible study class will meet thursday afternoon at 3 of clock at the Home of mrs. Charles Tysinger 43 2 Park Street. A a left today to attend funeral mrs. J. M. Mcadams and children left Here this morning for Burlington to attend the funeral of mrs. L. B. Mcadams who died yesterday. Or. Mcadams and miss Margaret Mcadams have been in Burlington with their Mother since sunday. We invite our friends and patrons to Rome in and hear our new Orth pohanic Victor phonograph a a its the Best we be heard Mann drug co. 2164�?phones�?2196 drugs with a reputation general missionary society to meet the general missionary society of the Green Street Baptist Church j will meet thursday november 19 at 7 30 in the main Street Church. Circle no. 3 and g. A. Have charge j of the program. Or Quot a it ladies of the Church Are urged to attend. A a to entertain for miss Heitman mrs. L. R. Terry will entertain with a Bridge luncheon on Friday morning in Honor of miss Polly Heitman. Attractive Bride elect. Miss Heitman members of the bridal party and those who have entertained for her will be guests of mrs Owen Smith at a Buffet supper on Friday evening. A a a Bazar and dinners tomorrow at c Hurch the ladies of the first Baptist Church will have their annual Bazaar tomorrow at the Church starting at to of clock. A number of j Dainty baby clothes children a clothes and other hand made Arti a Des will be n Sale. I a Turkey dinner will be served i at noon and again in the evening. Miss Rater hos Ess to lass members miss Evelyn Crater who in a member of the Junior class of tile High school entertained her class pc to a a. Tomorrow we name special prices on higher priced Coats $49.50 Sale Iii keeping with our annual policy we put on a special Price reduction on the a better kind Coats real furs effectively used in their trimming. The materials Are exquisite and the shades Are Brown wine Sand Paon Blue and rust. The Coats we Oiler you tomorrow were originally sixty to seventy five Dollar values. This is a Fine Opportunity to buy High Grade Coats at a Low Price. $49.50 p. S. We also show pretty Coats at $25.00 and $35.00. Moffitt furnishing co. Mates stents of mrs. Albright at a theatre party last night at the Broadhurst theatre. The picture was a the fighting heart a and the Young people had a delightful evening. A a a East Green Street class to meet the East Green Street Bible study cd is will meet thursday afternoon with mrs. H. C. Pool at her Home 1007 East Green Street at 2 30 of clock. Every member is urged to be present and new Mem hers and visitors Are Welcome. The third chapter of John will be studied. A a a miss Pool hostess to her class miss Louise Pool was hostess to the Junior Philathea class of the East Green Street Church last night at her Homo on East Green Street. An interesting program was enjoyed led by the teacher and Leader Lisa Mary Washburn. After the program miss Pool assisted by miss Leone Pool ser Ved Dainty refreshments. A a a Bible study classes to meet tomorrow the Bible study classes of division c will meet tomorrow afternoon As follows mrs. J. C. Muse 707 South main Street at 2 30. Mrs. R. L. Smith Taylor Street at 3 o clock. Mrs. E. M. Jones Highland Avenue 3 of clock. Mrs. Nannie Chandler West Green Street at 3 of clock. Mrs. Aubrey Eaton South Street at 3 of clock. Mrs. M. L. Emerson 505 Grimes Street at 2 30 of clock. A a a Lizabeth Clinard celebrated birthday miss Elizabeth Clinard celebrated or twelfth birthday monday evening at her Home on Broad Street. A number of interesting games were enjoyed and later the guests were invited into the dining room where a Large cake with twelve Pink candles on it was the Centrepiece. Prizes were in the cake and were won by Roy Hepler and Frank Noble. Those present to enjoy the evening were Francis Lewis. Colleen and Dorothy Woodall Minnie and Alice Raper Mable Cecil Mildred Pope Roy Hepler Thomas ring Reitzel Woodall and Frank Noble. A a a soc irm. Walker hostess to Mardi carte Lub mrs. John Walker jr., delightfully entertained the Mardi carte club yesterday afternoon at her Home on colonial drive. Bridge was played at two tables and the living room was prettily decorated with yellow chrysanthemums. At the conclusion of the games mrs. Walker presented each guest with a Dainty vanity. During the afternoon a delicious Alad course and Coffee were served. Those present were mrs. Gar a and Alderman mrs d. L. Bould in mrs. Gratton Foy mrs. Jesse Harris mrs. Garnet Pollock mrs. Robert Siceloff mrs. William Simmons mrs. Charles Teague and mrs. Capus Waynick. A a a entre Nous club met with mrs. Morris the entre Nous club held their first meeting of the year yesterday afternoon at the Home of mrs. J. A. Morris in Roland Park. The Home was attractively decorated with a profusion of Pink and White chrysanthemums. A. Business Rne eting was held and the following officers elected for the year president mrs. W. C. Beav ans vice president mrs. B. S. Cummings Secretary treasurer mrs. J. F. Hayden. During the afternoon a delicious salad course was served. Those present were mrs. J. W. Harriss mrs. B. S. Cummings mrs. J. F. Hayden mrs. W. C. Beavans mrs. S. C. Clark mrs. J. A. Lindsay jr., mrs. A. E. Tate. Mrs. C. B. Overman mrs. John Tate and mrs. Morris. W. O. T. Club had a splendid program the w. O. T. Club had a most interesting meeting yesterday afternoon with mrs. C. M. Hauser As hostess at her Home on North main Street. Mrs. G. W. Clark had charge of the program which a on the poet Coleridge. Mrs. Clark had a Well prepared paper on a the life Abd achievements of mrs. Carter read a Nubia Khan a and mrs. A. P. Caldwell read a pc parts of the a rhyme of the ancient mariners were Given by mrs. Chase idol. After the program the hostess served a Dainty salad course. Club members present were mrs. G. W. Clark mrs. Hiram Arduen Trout mrs. Carter Dalton mrs. J. I. Cox mrs. A. S. Caldwell mrs. A. S. Parker mrs. Chase idol mrs. C. F. Tomlinson miss Mary Alexander mrs. J. J. Farriss and mrs. In a. Millis. Guests for the afternoon were mrs w. W. Dinsmore of Hartford. Leg is fractured in Auto collision Here Earl today Chester Darnell 18, is in Hospital woman sustains cuts on face she scores Success in concert in the friends Annex Chester Darnell 18, son of e. F. Darnell 210 Ennis Street sustained a fractured leg when an automobile in which he and his father were Riding collided with another car driven by Bordon Morgan Here about 7 o clock this morning. The Accident occurred at the intersection of Green and Perry streets. At the Guilford general Hospital where he is a patient Young Darnell told a reporter for the Enterprise today that he was stand ing on the running Board of his fathers car with the latter driving when the collision occurred., he had stepped to the running Board he said for the purpose of getting out of the car. Young Darnell said his father was driving into Perry Street from Green when his machine collided with morgans car. Darnell was standing on the Side of the machine struck by the other car. In the car with or. Morgan were two women and his father. One of the women morgans sister sustained several cuts on the face but was not seriously injured. None of the other occupants of the machine was Hurt. Both automobiles were Ford touring cars. Morgans machine was taken to the garage of the h. And m. Motor company for repairs. It was badly damaged. Miss Agnes Dodson of Winston Salem former members of the faculty of High Points schools delighted a Large audience when she appeared in concert in the Annex of the friends Church Here Laet night. Miss Dodson Sang under the auspices of the woman a auxiliary of a friends Church and she Sci a distinct Success. Since in High Point this Young studied abroad and her Beautiful Soprano voice has been greatly improved. She Sang last night with ease and plead her audience. Miss Dodson was accompanied by Charles g. Vardell jr., music composer and instructor at Salem col following is the program rendered Here Caro son Tua coals Orlando no. So Innamorata i due Glov Nettl a Bimboni. O Mio Babbino Caro from Gianni schlock a Puccini. Franz. Aus Mel non Grossen Schmerzen a Franz. The Snowdrop Gretchan Inoff. A legend Tschaikowsky. The three Cavaliers a Dor Gomy hold Bible study classes thursday list of classes for tomorrow and Friday has been announced or. S. S. Coe announces the removal of his office from the commercial Bank building to the second floor of the Stanton Welch building North main Street hold bible�?3 Bible study classes which were organized during the Stephens Tabernacle Campaign conducted Here recently will be held in various High Point Homes again tomorrow and Friday. Tomorrow morning at to of clock a class will meet with mrs. Oates on Farriss Avenue and at 2 p. In. With mrs. F. D. Wall 226 Campbell Street. At 3 of clock tomorrow afternoon classes will be held with mrs. A mail on Carter Street mrs. B. H. Mccarn 402 Ray Street mrs. J. L. Wrenn to Ray Street mrs. John Huft 128 Boulevard Street mrs. J. C. Bivens 307 Elm Street mrs. J. J. Hamlin Steele Street mrs. John York Hawthorne Street mrs. R. L. Pickett Steele Street and mrs. Sam Balu Centennial Avenue. At 3 30 of clock classes will be held with mrs. T. D. Gilliam North main Street and mrs. J. A. Dalton on the Greensboro Road. The class Friday afternoon at 3 of clock willbe held with mrs. Homer Hudson on the Parkway. Broadhurst opposite Sheraton hotel every Day this week at 3, 5, 7 and 9 shaky. Novelist in Fop. La no. In Schumann. Or. Vardell. Jedi que rein nem Epou Vanter Bizet. Michael a a aria from Carmen. Dark Day or fair Charlet o. Vardell or. Come to the Garden love Salter. The Birds Fisk. Mammy a 8ong�?ware. Song of the open Laforge. Try one of oar toasted sandwiches toasted on the master toasting machine. They Cost be More. Hot Coffee and chocolate Rren a drug a Juvall u store opposite Wachovia Bank. Phone sob if new tour furniture floors doors had Woodwork. Its fascinating to seethed a like a we ankh come Back a you apply m Erica Cedar polish the Safe certain Beautifier. No hard rubbing with Cedar polish and a Little goes a Long Way. Try one bottle Baboid everywhere in various rises bom 30c to $3. Quot cum Mati polishes Putnam Fadeless dyes tint Dainty things any Shade you desire keep your milk lingerie delicate coloured Waist hosiery trimming etc., fresh and new looking by occasional dipping in a solution of cold water with a Pinch of Putnam Dye. Simple Ebay and Quick. Directions on package Abow How to regulate degree of Colora How to get various new shades. For wonder Ful effects in tie dyeing use Putnam. Same 15-cent package tints or dyes silk Cotton and Wool in one operation. Sec color Chart at your druggist How women now keep fresh charming under trying hygienic conditions Sally of the sawdust Carol Dempster. Of Vav. C. Fields by Rory test Halsey a a tory by Dorothy Donnally the uncertainty and insecurity of the old time a sanitary pad has been ended. Scientific Protection now supplants it. Wear sheer gowns keep no with social and business requirement at All times. Without Handicap. A a Botex Quot is a new and remarkable Way five times As absorbent As Ordinary Cotton pads. Absorbs and Deodorizes at the same time. Thus ending All fear of offending. You discard it As easily As a piece of tissue. No laundry. No embarrassment you get it for a few cents at any drug or department store simply by saying women ask for it without hesitancy. Try Botex. Comes 12 in a package. Proves old ways an unnecessary risk. Hotch no laundry discard like time Putnam Hoko tor Booth remora color and stains you May have pellagra and not know it Early by met of san Enrols , stomach trouble despondency j shortness of Brent ii burning feet constipation Brown or rough skin tingling sensations smothering to let cells diarrhoea loss of sleep loss of weight dizziness or swimming in head general weakness with loss of Energy. You do not have All these symptoms in the beginning but if you have any of them y of May Haye pellagra. My free Booklet a the Story Quot of pellagra a will explain. My treatment. Differs from All others and is in mrs. Harry Raymond and j Lort maj a state health department physicians and hundreds who have taken the treatment. Write for questionable and free diagnosis. W. C. Rountree m. D. Texarkana Texas 217 North main St red mrs. T. W. Andrews. # a a about people mrs. Ethel Alderman of Marietta Ohio is visiting mrs. V. E. Diffen Dale at her Home in Emerywood. A mrs. Jesse Harris and brother Wilbur tones Are spending the Day in Pinehurst attending the Golf tournament. Mrs. D. C. Kirby of Winston Salem is spending the week with her Mother mrs. R. T. Marshall of 20 4 eng St. A. For Winter Comfort an electric Heater Howell electric co. Fixtures and supplies 114 North Wrenn Street phone 23s2 second annual a Eye old Tymes fiddlers convention Benefit Oak Hill fire department no. 5 and Cloverdale school Friday november 20, 1925 at 8 00 p in. Liberal prizes ill be Given added attraction Biack face comedians a Good time guaranteed for All Cloverdale school auditorium admission 25c and 50c it Nettleton shoes Are not made to sell at a a Price they Are made exclusively on if basis of Quality and style. Regard less of what your needs May be it a Nettleton styles will serve for the occasion and prove their Economy thru length of service. Nettleton May Cost a Little More Money but they give a lot More Wear c1tsttieton. Shoes of Worth Quaty amp Hoef Tori decorative Flowers a new shipment of decorative Flowers embracing new ideas in chrysanthemums roses Gardenias poppies and Small corsages of Sweet peas pansies and for get me not. Prices Are 50c, 75c $1.00 to $2.50 Burgess Bros. 121 North main Street new Bath Robes Blanket Robes Corduroy Robes in assorted colors new handkerchief Linen in Whit and assorted colors. Beautiful selections of new handkerchiefs for men and women children a school bloomers Black 75c Beavans the ladies store Scott Chamley amp co. Certified Public accountants 313 commercial Bank bldg. T. L. Matlock c. P. A., District mgr. J Money to lend on improved High Point property Greensboro Bank amp Trust co. Local agents n. Y. Life ins. Co. Piedmont ins. Realty co. I vocal representative

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