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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 19, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page two Sec tue Fugit Point enterprise�?p�v7monf Center a High Point. North Carolina sunday. November 19, i9. 9 Madeline Hoover editor Telephone 4568 social and dial hours 8 30 a m. To 12 noon saturdays 8 30 to 6 pm. Tomorrow last Day needlework tomorrow 111 be the last Day to contribute garments for the annual in gathering of the local Branch of the needlework Guild which will be completed with the sorting of contributions on tuesday morning and distribution that afternoon. Anyone May take a part in the needlework Guild program of a sharing with the less fortunate by contributing two articles of clothing household Linen or Money for their Purchase. The Only stipulation is that the articles must be new. As is customary the Guild is making an Especial Effort to secure warm outer and under garments suitable for children of school he. The distributions will be made primarily through the schools of the City to needy students. Last year the Guild collected Over 2,000 garments for distribution and members Hope to make this years total even larger. They plan to have final collections completed by 10 30 tuesday morning. When the executive Board will meet at the Sheraton hotel Ball room for tabulation. Anyone wishing to contribute May Call the president mrs. W. W. Lentz it 44370, or the Secretary mrs. A. H. Whitley at 2877 Aud arrangements will be made for collection. Miss Elna h. Saunders weds Winfred Hester in Danville ceremony of interest to a wide Circle of friends Here and in surrounding cities is the marriage of miss Elna Hall Saunders and Winfred Hes Tor. Both of this City which was solemnized november la in Danville va., with Rev. Jessie it. Hite officiating. For her nuptials the Bride was become ugly attired in an ice Blue velvet dry made on Princess lines with hat of a Matching Shade. Other accessories were of wine and with this costume she wore a Fox fur jacket and shoulder Corsage of red Rose and baby s breath. The Bride is the eldest daughter of or. And mrs. H. T. Saunders of this City and is a native of Albemarle. She has made her Home in High Point for sometime and received her education at the local schools. The bridegroom is the son of mrs. Mary j. Heifer of Kivett drive and received his education in Jamestown schools he is employed by the Diamond full fashioned hosiery Mill. The couple will make their Home is Ith the bridegrooms parents temporarily. State federation Survey reveals auspicious opening for club year recent Bride before her marriage in Danville va., in hat Imlay november la or. Dought la. Gold pictured Abote was i ague ook. Both or. And or. Gold Are from High Point and Are making their Home Here. Women of Moose plan program Bridge party King Lee vows sunday nov. 12 announced today another of a series of chapter night programs will be presented for the women of Tho Moose wednesday at 7 30 p. In., when j miss Luis Devinney. Library chairman. Wilt be in charge of program arrangements. Miss Devinney win present As guest speaker for the evening mrs. Nancy k. Poston City librarian who will speak on there will also be music by miss Elsie Gates. Plans Are being made for a Benefit Ridge party which will be Given ii Cember 13 in preparation for the annual Christmas Basket distribution. Eibl la a own a of j Only $4$0 Down and $5.00 monthly Culler appliance company 206 k. Washington it phone ilium. Church social la get methodist a in 11 a it v meeting the november meeting of the woman s auxiliary of the first methodist Church will be held monday afternoon at 3 at the Home of mrs. Robert Davis 412 Hillcrest drive hostesses serv ing with mrs. Davis will be mrs. James Moffitt. Mrs Darrell Bulla and mrs. Glenn Perry. The program will be in charge of mrs. L. R. Peacock. In Hicken and Oyster is in per at Prospect the ladies of Prospect Church Are serving a Chicken and Oyster supper at the Church thursday. November 23. From six until 9 o clock according to an announcement yesterday. The Public is invited to attend it was stated the Wise Bride buys ref i info it through the place setting plan of a 1,0 end yu11 no longer is solid Silver out of reach listed dollars it month puts a place setting on your table. Inquire Lor details pm Sot to main her Ket a wedding characterized by i Beauty was that solemnized or sunday morning. November 12. I at nine o clock when miss Ruth i King be ame the Bride of Robert i Harrison Lee at the Home of the i Bride s parents. Or and mrs. C a. King on Homestead Avenue j Rev. O. A easter Paster of i Lebanon methodist Church officiated. Using the ring ceremony j prior to the vows Clayton j. I Lee lighted the tapers in the eau Delabra at an improvised altar of Palms and ferns before the Man i Al in the living room against i w hich floor baskets of White Chry i Jan themus accented the nuptial i colors w hich were also carried out elsewhere in the decorative scheme a program of nuptial in user was furnished by miss Louise Morehead pianist and miss Shirley Wei borne soloist. Miss More i head played a i love you truly a j Bond i and to a wild Rose Macdowell and miss Welborn Sang a a because a harlot and a a j Promise me Dekoven a the bridal chorus from Wagner so a Lohengrin was used a a processional and Mendelssohn s wed i Ding March As a recessional. The Bride was become ugly i gowned in a dress of Rose beige lace made Street length with Brown accessories and at her shoulder was a Corsage of Talisman rosebuds mrs. Lee is the eldest daughter of or. Aud mrs. King Aud Baa i Many friends in this Section of j j the state who will be interested i to learn of her marriage. She at j i tended the local schools gradual j Ling with the class of �?T38. Or. Lee is the youngest son of j or and mrs. W. L. Lee of this City. Ii also attended the local schools and is now connected w Iii a local grocery store. The couple Aro now at Home with the Groom s parents 315 Fisher Street having just returned front j a Short wedding trip. St War Reti Taylor vows taken last week Are being announced today mrs j. T. Warren of route two j announces till marriage of her i daughter Gladys Kathleen to june Mason Taylor in a simple j ceremony saturday november la. J 1939 at Martinsville a. The ceremony took plate Ai the j parsonage of the first Baptist Church with Rev. J. P. Mccabe officiating. The i id w Ore a Navy Blue with Navy accessories and her j Corsage avas of rosebuds. She is j till youngest daughter of mrs. J i r. Warren and the late or. Warren and was educated in the Jamestown schools. The Groom is the son of r. N Taylor of 503 Ward Street the Jolly. He attended the High Point i High school and now is employed i by the Silva knit hosiery Mill. After a wedding trip through j Virginia they will make their i Home at 503 w re Street. A. 0. T. Meets with mrs. C. F. Tomlinson mrs. Of Tomlinson will lie hostess to the . O. T. Club tuesday afternoon at 3 30 at Lier Home on i Quot Kray. A a a Martha Hegler born on november him. And mrs. Hoi healer Anontine the birth of a daughter Martha Leton monday Nonn j her 13 Al their Home 1907 East i Green Street. A Survey of District meetings of the North Carolina federation of women a clubs for the year 1939, now a part of federation history reveals an auspicious beginning of the 38th year of club work in North Carolina according to the president. Mrs John d. Robinson of Wallace. She attended each of the sixteen meetings accompanied by mrs. C. K. Proctor of Oxford second vice president mrs. Charles Pearce of Charlotte Junior president and or. Albert Blanton member of the Highway safety division of the state. The presidents message outlining the objectives of the administration. Mrs. Proctors conference on the details of club machinery mrs. Pearces plan of activity for juniors and or. Blantons period of instruction on Highway conduct were features of each program. Reports from local clubs of the District furnished the local aspect of the work with the luncheon hour making possible personal Contact with state officers. Through these meetings much interest has been aroused in safety the chief project adopted by the federation for the year As is evidenced by reports of local clubs since the District meetings. One club has made a Survey of the town Basing its questions upon those suggested by the Good housekeeping Magazine. As a result Many town hazards have removed private Homes inspected some rewiring and Many basement cleanings taken place. Safety campaigns Are in Progress in almost every club Center and schools Are cooperating in a big Way. In Mooresville a play was written and presented by a local group which created so great a safety consciousness that it has been repeated by request in other places. District officers Are elected at the District meetings to be approved by the convention of the following Spring. With the stagger system Iii use there were eight districts electing officers i this year. These districts with i their respective officers were Dis i riot no. 2, mrs. J. Wall Anders it n of Asheville president mrs. Zeno Martin of Marion Vic president mrs. Be Divelbliss j of Asheville Secretary District no. 3, mrs. A lauds Brice of Hick Lory president president mrs. D. E. Hays of Hickory Secretary District no. 5. Mrs. V. It. White of Biscoe president mrs. M. Vav. Stewart of Matthew vice president and mrs. James Allen of i Troy Secretary District no. 7. Mrs. G. I. Humphreys of High Point president mrs. Harry Bynum of Greensboro vice Prosl Dent and mrs c. H Rhodes of High Point Secretary District no. 8. Mrs. J. K. Soggiu of vary j president. Mrs. A. K Pugh of Bonlee vice president and mrs. E. C. Sander Ford of Cary Secretary District no. 14, mrs. P. A. Bullock of Seaboard president mrs. Vav. S. Mitchener of Oxford vice president and District no. 15, mrs. J. B. Joyner of Farmville president mrs. C. C. Hilton of Greenville vice president and mrs. Daisy Holmes Smith of Farmville Secretary. The attendance at the meetings with the places of meeting and those selected for the 19 4u follow District no. I met at Cullowhee no record1939 at Waynesville 19 40. District no. 2, at Burnsville 235 president 1939 at Asheville 1940. District no. 3, at Taylorsville. 118 present 1939 at Boone 1940. District no. 4, at boiling Springs 130 present 1939 at i Iron station 1940. District no. 5, at Biscoe 2 26 president 1939 at Kannapolis 1940. District no. 6, at Winston Salem 112 present 1939 at Rural Hall 1940. District no. 7, at Draper no record 1939 at Greensboro 1940, District no. 8, at Cary 95 present 1939 at gainer 1940. District no. 9. At Hamlet 73 present 1939 at Lillington 194�. District no. To at Fairmont 136 present 1939 at Whiteville 1940. District no. La at Southport. 136 present 1939 at Wallace 1940. District no. 12, at new Bern 175 present 1939 at Snow Hill i 1940. District no. 13. At Selma no record1939 at Benson 1940. I District no. 14, at Woodland 125 present 1939 at Roanoke rapids 1940. District no. 15, at Sobers of vile i no record1939 at Ahoskie 1940. District no. 16, at Murfit Boro 117, present 1939 at Chowan club Edenton 1940. Son born to i he k. K. Bin Ned is or. And mrs. K. K. Kennedy announce the birth of a son. Jimmie Leroy on october 31, at their j Home 702 South Hamilton Street. Skimmed milk is used in the 1 i manufacture of buttons. Chemists. I astounded at the enormous waste j of milk after the Cream had been removed experimented and succeeded in producing a Horn like substance from it. To wed in december 31 r. Am 31 a. J. R. Graham of i City announce the engagement of their daughter Norma Scharleen above to Walter Bruce Thor Burn of High Point and Greensboro. The wedding will take place at the Emmanuel lutheran j Hureh on december 23, miss Agnes Cook and Douglas Gold wed in Danville Tea and topics club wednesday Wallburg seniors to give annual play on Friday november i Wallburg nov. 18. Up Cial a the annual play of to senior class will be Given Wallburg High school audit cum Friday night nov. 24th, 8 00. The class has chosen i Light of the Moon a having Fivi boys and six girls for the pet for no a ii be. The plot of the play develop about a Rumor of buried trea in on the grounds of a sleep new England inn. A Happy Blent ing of comedy mystery and a it Mance in the play appeals to j same reason promises Enteria ment to the audience. The cast includes Mary Fri Ces Craven. George Sechri Margaret g a r r is o n. Kenneth try James h. Heyworth Dorothea Hayworth Motsinger Dorothy Frank Barnes. Lloyd ends Pauline Stewart. Ushers Are Joyce Mot Siti gel toil Moore. Melba Inscore a Ter Hayworth electrician me Vin Kiger. Other assisting St dents Are Jane Beeson. Chai Bitte Farabee Edith Green Sarah Mac Hines oils ret Alvin Swain Jessie Mae whip Ley Kathleen Wood Lee w t Herman. Miss Crouch is pit director. Before the first curtain Ani Between acts the Wallburg High school orchestra will play Midi the direction of their conductor or. Carey Davis. Priscilla club will have meeting Friday with or. Fred Ingram Georgia Hay wort a v wort average automobile Drivers lose efficiency rapidly after about seven hours of driving human cancer ran be Tran planted to roses. Announcement has been made there of the marriage in Danville va., on saturday november la j of miss Agues Cook and Douglas i h. Gold both of this cite the vows were spoken before Rev i m. T. Sorrell. The couple were accompanied to Danville by the i Bride s brother j. A Cookjr. The Bride wore Royal Blue with wine accessories and a Corsage j of Pink rosebuds and Gypsophila. I she is the daughter of mrs. Hattie Cook and the late a a. Cook j was educated in the local schools i and is employed with the Adam i Millis corporation. Or. Old. Who was also educated in High Point is the son of or. And or. J o. Gold. He is j connected with Tomlinson of High Point. The couple Are making their Home with the Bride s Mother. 1307 Pershing Street. The regular meeting of t i the regular meeting of the j pri.,< Ila club we who held j at the Horny of mrs. K. H. Sech Jones Street on Friday after rest on South main Street at 3 30noon at a 0�?~c>0rk-wednesday afternoon. Or. S. S. Coe will review a current Book As till main feature of the program. Moro uni 9urn5.\ Petroleum Jelly Rah Ahdawn a super monday i a bigger hosiery l Adle a i till-1 Pavilion silk hosiery Iii iuaoftti�3tll Toalii it. New fam. Fall shall. Air i Equality. Sells for 7ik pair. Remnants four i table of Fine Quality silk remnants in the very newest fabrics. Vii colors values up to ill Yard. Very special for monday at Yard monday Only Satin remnants Fine Quality Satin remnants in Plain and Dobby patterns. Suitable Tor making Fine Christmas gifts. Regular 59c q value for Only Yard. Jet a special for monday Only at pair to Brasier ladies All silk brassiere. Adjust Able shoulder strap. I lift style and tailored. All size. Special brr monday at Only Knell 4 / remnants \ \ real bar Ain in Fine silk remnants for monday a Only. Solid colors. Many fabrics to select from priced at Only a fraction of their actual Worth Yard prints yes they Are to Square Quality. Fast color. 36�?� wide. Newest patterns. Regular 19c value. Special for monday Only at Yard lie shirting 36�?� wide fast color shirting in new patterns. A regular 13c sallies marked special for monday at Only Towel ends Yard 8 c Large 1/,� Murk toss Al end hemmed. Ready for be. \ Regn Lur so value. They Are special <03jt for monday Only i Arni Knell i baby blankets flannel wide solid color Outing flannel in remnant lengths. Regular 13c value. Monday Only at this Low Price Yard curtain materials a real Fine lot of High Grade curtain material up to 40 inches wide. All colors and kinds to select from. Priced special for monday Selling at Yard Percale a Large Lite a i loud baby Blanket in Pink and Blue. Sateen hound regular value. So Cial for 3louday at Btl each 50c 36" wide solid color Percale special Sale monday Only at Yard. Remnants department store the big bargain store Atton remnants two big table of Cotton remnant. In assorted Fabrica. Values up to Yard on special Sale monday Only at per a Yard. In dresses two Racks of ladies silk dresses in the newest styles and colors. They Are regular $2.00 values. All sizes. Very special for monday Only at $1.00 guaranteed values

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