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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 19, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Sunday november 19, 1939 the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Page three Sec. B Madeline Hoover editor Telephone social and dial hours 8 30 . To 12 noon saturdays 8 30 to 6 pm. Mrs. S. H Tomlinson gives splendid Book review before Philo Athean club Thomasville Bride a a woman a place a autobiography of a woman in big business by Hortense odium was reviewed by mrs. S. H. Tomlinson Friday afternoon at the regular meeting of the Philo Athean club at the Home of mrs. O. P. Moffett on Lindsay Street. Beginning with the author a Early life in Utah when she was Hortense Mcquarrie mrs. Tomlin-8t>n carried on her Story of an unusual life. Her marriage to Floyd b. Odium their Early struggles Aud the birth of their two sons were a preface to mrs. Odium s Entrance into business when her husband took Over the receivership of Hon wit Teller new York department store de luxe and her final Rise to the presidency of the company. Later mrs. Moffit served a salad course to five visitors mrs. T. Wingate Andrews of Salisbury mesdames Alvin s. Parker o. E. And Gurney h. Kearns and miss Mary Alexander and the following club members mesdames w. C. Idol w. C. Jones Charles Ragan Ralph Parker a. G. Douglas Howard Hartzell Frank Hun sucker h. Albion Millis. Or. And mrs. Paul Casey entertain at Buffet dinner for visiting couples a charmingly informal Buffet Linner was Given by or. And hrs. Paul w. Casey Friday eve Ling at their Home on Wood Crook court to Honor two out if state couples who Are their Louse guests. The honoured couples were or. My mrs. Herbert Gray of Tam a a fla., and or. And mrs. Hud on Huffard of Bluefield. A. Rhe Grays arrived wednesday he Hull cards Friday to visit the Amseys and to attend the Aro in Duke football game with hem yesterday. Chrysanthemums predominated in the dining room where dinner was served Buffet style and elsewhere in the Home. Guests of the cases in addition to the Grays and the huf cards were mrs Mary Elizabeth Long Emery Ruscoe mrs. Malott j. Harris. Wilbur Jones or. And mrs. Harold Bennett or. And mrs. Kenneth Geddie or. And mrs. Phil Warner or. And mrs. Jack Holbrook. Or. And mrs. Laura Noe Ingram or. And mrs. J. I. Grooms or. And mrs. Everett Marsh. A luncheon Bridge social feature for ladies Here for insurance conference or. Murray White and miss a Dosh acted As joint hostesses a luncheon bold go for ladies m for the fifth annual Conven a of the North Carolina Asso to Ion of Mutual insurance a its held at the Sheraton hotel Day. I neats on arriving were pretend with nosegay furnished by association and powder com to which were gifts of John Terree special agent from Greer. S. C. During the serving of the three course luncheon. Clifton Westbrook of Charlotte spoke a few Brief words of Welcome on behalf of the association. Irater Bridge was in play and High score prize went to mrs. Harry Latimer of Wilmington with mrs James c. Green of Raleigh winning second prize. Following a visit to the Williamsburg galleries of Tomlinson of High Point the ladies were Tea guests of the firm. Piedmont German club opens Holiday Ance program with thanksgiving Ball elaborate plan Are being Nade by the Piedmont German sub for the first of its Trio of Holiday dance the thanksgiving flail on saturday december 2. Us by is expected to be a High ight of the thanksgiving holi Lay week end. This dance will be the final Gtna of the present Quarter and Sill be held at the Emerywood country club according to cub oni of the German club. Cards of this dance were mailed to member and their guests Dur no the past week and the at enhance is expected to surpass y Greil flown shop., Utt amp doa i a Povic s Wicker Lane # Spode dinnerware represent a lifetime enjoyment. Beautiful enduring the goal of Oil who Are Happy Only in the Possession of the finest. Its Bright hard Glaze shows practically no Wear even after decades of use. Always available. A Spode never discontinues a pattern. Dozens of other pattern including Spode and Wedgwood for Yon to select from if jeweler i2m Houth main it he it any yet during the season which was inaugurated in september. The Auburn Cavaliers will by featured to furnish the melodic menu for this dance. This announcement will be greeted with interest by German club members and their guests As this band received acclaim when presented at former dances by this same club. The two Christmas dances to to presented on Christmas night and the new year s Tea Dame on december to. Will feature Eddy Watts tin and his orchestra who have been playing for exclusive rendezvous in Bermuda and other resorts. Mrs. Banks Davis Shower honoree mrs. Banks Davis recent Bride was honoured by her aunt mrs. Franklin Briggs and mrs v. G. Kirkman at a Friday night Shower at the borne of her Mother mrs. Carl c. Garrett on the Greensboro Road. Before her marriage mrs. Davis was miss Juanita Garrett. Fall Flowers predominated in the decoration of the rooms where Bingo was in play and a number of contests were engaged in. With prizes going to mrs. W. H. Davis mrs. Wilbur Hairr and miss Lucille Davit. Irater the hostess served refreshments. Included in the guest list were the honoree. Mesdames Wilbur Hairr l. D. Ridge Paul Kirkman. C h. Gordon f. D. Burchfield William Tucker. Coy Burchfield. F. B. Plummer a i. Jacob or. B. B. Hodgin Phil Pugh c. C. Hassell. A h. Davis. Carl Garrett and misses Lucille Davis and Helen Garrett in miss Marie Snider weds Hal Hicks in simple ceremony at Archdale miss Marie Snider daughter of mrs. C. D. Snider of this City became the Bride of Hal Hicks of Balfour saturday evening in Archdale with r. I it. Annul. Justice of the peace performing the Cert Mony at his Home. The Bride was costumed in Royal Blue with accessories of Black. She is a graduate of Farmer High school. Or. Hicks is the son of or. And mrs. C. L. Hicks of Balfour and attended school in Balfour and Asheboro. Both Are employed by the Crown hosiery Mill. The couple Are making their Home at 416 White Oak Street this City. Mrs. Joseph Belles Johnson shown in tile shove picture was the former miss Elizabeth Hawthorne daughter of or and mrs. Joseph a. Hawthorne of Thomasville prior to her marriage on october 12. The couple Are now at Home in that City. Leagues Quot Gai ties of 1883&Quot promises rare entertainment Charity program Quot Only a Farmers daughter or Quot adrift on the Ocean of life will j by the piece de resistance for the j Quot Gai ties of i is which will be presented in the Best melodramatic tradition by Tho Junior service league at the National guard armory Friday evening december 8. League members have been called upon to drop ail sophistication and dignity when they Quot tread the boards in this hilarious revival of old time showmanship. Listed among the attractions in addition to Quot this heart wrenching j and soul stirring melodrama Are such events As a cake walk songs by Quot Madame snuffle puss coloratura Extraordinaire a a lecture by Quot miss Lizzie trap Saddle Quot the deliciously naughty dance the French can can danced by 12 bewitching beauties Quot and Barbershop Harmony by Quot our mellifluous voiced handle bar games and concessions Are also being arranged including a Bird Cage a Nickel pitch a wheel and a candid cameraman. No further details were available today on the statement in the current Issue of the Quot league news that the sponsoring organization would Quot sell Chance on a live baby Quot but the affair is for the Benefit of the league s baby clinic which provides milk medical attention and other care for infants in needy families. Mrs. Paul Williams gives party for daughter s birthday mrs. Paul Williams entertained a number of children at Ber Home 2.145 English Street saturday afternoon honouring Ber daughter Mary Frances on her ninth birthday. The dining room was decorated in Pink and White and the table was entered with a Large birthday cake. After games and contests refreshments were served to the following Ruth Pepper Carolyn Hiatt Coleen Stroud Janie Carrol Wood. Harlan Wood Patsy Pendergrass Virginia Pepper Evelyn Solomon Betty Solomon Edith Williams Bobby William Avern Stroud Leroy land Ira land Mildred Pendergrass Helen Williams and Andy Wood. Mrs. Williams was assisted in entertaining by miss Carrie Culler and mrs. Peper. Pie supper Given at Brentwood school Friday Allen Jay seniors will present plays the senior class of the Allen Jay school will present on the evening of Friday november 24, at 8 of clock two one act plays. Quot our aunt from California a by Madeline Demarest a farce in one act dealing with a false impersonation and Quot enter Dora exit Dud a a comedy by Samuel French showing How a daughter outwitted her dad in politics. Students taking part in these two plays Are Frances Ingram Helen Deaton Henrietta Barrington Hazel Pierce Maribel a Summers Judy Pri inra Elizabeth Morgan George care Willie Meyers w. In Grady and Vernon a mail. Fit 5 5� barbra Jean Gregory born on november or. And mrs. Leland c. Gregory announce tin birth of a daughter Barbara Jean at the Burrus memorial Hospital mrs. Gregory was formerly miss Treva Swalm. The Parent teacher association of Brentwood school sponsored an old fashioned pie supper Friday evening. Preceding the auction of pies a program of music and magic was presented. Charles Medlin. A Young talented pianist played several classical selections. Milton Crowson gave a program of magic. Following the pie Sale the group adjourned to the cafeteria where Coffee cold drinks ice Cream and Candy were sold. The Globe parlor Ramblers entertained the pie eaters with string music. W. C. T. U. To hear Rev. Cecil Haworth at meeting tuesday the regular meeting of the woman s Christian Temperance Union will be held tuesday afternoon at three of clock at Wesley memorial Church when Rev. Cecil Haworth pastor of Central Friend Church will he the speaker and will base his talk on business girls club to hear music program by City schools group the City schools music faculty will furnish the program for the regular supper meeting of the business and professional girls club of the y. W. C. A. To be held tuesday evening at 6 15 at the hut. Misses Dorothy Hoskins Alma Andrews and Evelyn Sharp and messes Carl Cronstedt and Fred Kimball All members of the music faculty will participate in the program. Social Calenda monday 7 30 p. High Point business and professional women s club will have a business meeting in the private dining room of the Elwood hotel. Members Are asked to take note of the change in hour. 8 p. musical Art club will meet at the Emery Wood country club when local artists will be featured on the program. Only members Are eligible to attend according to a new Rule of the club. Tuesday 3 p. woman a Christian Temperance Union will hold its meeting at Wesley memorial Church when Rev. Cecil Haworth pastor of Central friends Church will be the speaker. 3 p. biweekly Bridge party for ladles of the Emerywood country club will take place with mrs. F. H. Ballon Beck As club hostess. Reservations must be made in Advance for tables. 3 30 p. . O. T. Club will be entertained at it biweekly meeting by mrs. Charles f. Tomlinson at her Home on Parkway. 3 30 p. Alexander Martin chapter daughters of the american revolution will meet in Thomasville at the Home of mrs. James e. Lambeth sr., on Randolph Street. Other Thomasville members will serve As associate hostesses and j. Walter Lambeth of that City will be guest speaker. 7 45 p. local unit of the american legion auxiliary will hold its november meeting at the Home of mrs. Harry Fleming 510 Sunset drive. Associate hostesses with mrs. Fleming will be mesdames w. F. Fleming w. H. Price Aud c. C. Layton. Wednesday 7 a. mid week Hunt of Sedgefield Hunt will be held starting from the stables. 12 30 p. wednesday Book club will hold its regular luncheon meeting at the Home of mrs. Vvs. J. Fraley on Ardmore Circle. Thursday to .�?the Early american arts club will meet with mrs. Chester c. Haworth South of the City who will present the program on Quot fakes Aud reproductions in reference to old Glass of which the club is making a study. 3 30 p. Tea and topic club will be entertained by mrs. A h. Sechrest at her Home 447 South main Street. Friday 3 p. Priscilla club will meet with mrs. Fred l. Ingram at her Home on Jones Street. Sal inlay 8 a. Sedgefield Hunt s week end live Hunt will be held the starting place to be announced later. 7 30 p. annual Dan Ner dance of the Sedgefield Hunt will be held at Sedgefield inn. The serving of hours d oeuvres in the Grill will precede the dinner which takes place in the main dining room of the inn. Ladies Bridge at club tuesday dance proves gala event drawing the interest of the ladies of the Emerywood country club membership is the ladies Bridge party on tuesday aft r noon when mrs. F. H. Hallenbeck will serve a club Host s. The party will get underway at 3 of clock As usual and those planning to attend Are asked to make reservations with the club Secretary John c. Abels 2106, in Advance. Last nights Carolina Duke football dance for alumnae Aud friends of the two rival universities in this state proved to be a gala event with John Peddicord and his orchestra furnishing a varied program of dance tunes in keeping with the occasion. Dress at the dance was optional and formal attire was intermingled with sport clothes As Many returned Home from the game too late to change into evening clothes. Early american arts club meets the topic Quot fakes and repro act ions in reference to antique glassware which the club is studying will be featured on the program of tile Early american arts club which will be held thursday morning at the Home of mrs. Chester c. Haworth South of the City. Mrs Haworth will present the program in keeping with the club custom of having the hostess responsible for that at her own meeting. The hour for this meeting will be ten o clock. Comedy drama Friday at Trinity school a comedy drama of the sunny South. Quot Mamys lip wild Rose a by Lillian Mortimer will be presented at the Trinity High school Friday evening. November 24, at s o clock by the Junior class of the school and the Public is extended a cordial invitation to attend. Taking the character role Are Marjorie English Etoyal Beeson Helen Meredith. Betty Mcdowell Mary Alice Shipton Marguerite Byerly Aileen Tatum Eugene i Marsh Gray Craft David Walker Joseph Bouldu o Neill Hall. Betrothal announced mrs. Me i it a Martin High Point route two is today an non Ming Hie engagement Ami approaching marriage of her laugh Ter Olivia Ray to c. F. Williams jr., also of High Point. Till i wedding Xxiii take place on november 211.�?- photo by Doda Inead. I Rachmaninoff and Paderewski discussed before Canterbury club at meeting Friday the combined efforts of mrs. Craven Pace and daughter Norman or. Everett Marsh and mrs. Harry Brockmann produced an outstanding program on the modern pianist composers. Serge Rachmaninoff and Ignace Paderewski another in a series of Quot adventures in music presented Friday afternoon when mrs. Brockmann was hostess to the Canterbury club at her Home on Fairway drive. Mrs. Marsh read effectively a paper prepared by mrs. Page on the Rich but tragic life of the Many sided Genius Rachmaninoff. In the words of mrs. Page Quot Rachmaninoff is a great Man because he is a great musician and a great musician because he is a great the paper opened with a description of Rachmaninoff a present Mode of living. And his Summers in the Solitude of the French Village of Clair Fontaine. The Early life of the artist was described from his birth in 1873 into a family of the landed russian aristocracy through his childhood years on one of his mothers pleasant estates to 1882, when his parents moved to Saint Petersburg where they separated and where Sergei began his study under the famous piano teacher Sverev and Here met Anton Rubinstein and Peter Ilyitch Tschai Kowsky. Musical Art club meeting tomorrow the musical Art club will hold its november meeting at the Emerywood country club tomorrow evening at eight o clock and in keeping with the new ruling established in the club Only members Are eligible to attend. The evening s program will feature local artists and As yet is not available but will appear in full in the sunday Enterprise according to an announcement made last night. Carl g. N. Cronstedt president of the club will preside Over a Brief business session prior to the evening program. Foster Griffith vows solemnized saturday november la revealed miss Fayble Lee Foster daughter of mrs. J. T. Foster and the late or. Foster be earn the Bride of Robert Lloyd Griffith of High Point on saturday november la in Danville va., according to an announcement made today. Rev. M. T. Sorrell Danville minister officiated at the ceremony which took place at his residence. The Bride was attired in a dress of Plum velvet with Black accessories. She received her education in the High Point schools As did or. Griffith son of mrs. E. C. Griffith and the late or. Griffith of this City. Accompanying the couple to Danville were or. And mrs. Dan Ingram of High Point. A Promise Quot All these sorrows shall pass away Quot this prayer i Kneel and Pray each Day j god give Nae Faith that i May know the Promise you have made is so Gertrude Page. The latter part of the paper a devoted to Rachmaninoff frequent illnesses and despondency his sorrow at the death of Tschaikowsky which inspired his famous Quot Elig ique a his marriage to his Cousin Natalie Satin in 1902, his first american tour in 1909. His european experiences in the world War. And his return to America where he Laid the foundations for his present world Fame. As an encore to her spirited piano rendition of Rachmaninoff s most familiar and Best loved composition Quot prelude in c Sharp minor a Norma Page talented Young daughter of the Craven pages. Played Quot May night by Selim Palmgren. Mrs. Brockmann gave highlights from the life of the versatile Ignace Paderewski prominent pianist and composer and War time president of Poland stressing the Many facts of his character and his Quality of tremendous persistence in All undertakings. Fall Flowers were used in decoration and after the program mrs. Brockmann served a salad course with sweets and Coffee to Norma Page and the following club members mrs. Page. Mrs. Marsh mesdames Charles Perry de Lyon e. T. Harrison Louis Voorhees j. W. Lindsay Roy Spearman w. B. Hall Hoke Bullard w. C. Burns w. F. Ellis or. Dar to hear j. W. Lambeth Hon. J. Walter Lambeth former congressman from the eighth District and prominent business Man of Thomasville will be guest speaker at the november meeting of the Alexander Martin chapter daughters of the american revolution which will be held in Thomasville on tuesday afternoon at 3 30 of clock at the Home of mrs. James e. Lambeth or. Serving As associate hostess a with mrs. Lambeth will be the other Thomasville members of the local chapter who include mesdames j. R. Blair t. Austin Finch g. Marshall Hoover John r. Myers George d. Finch f. S. Lambeth Vann Stringfield and miss Berta Gray. A musical program As yet unannounced is being arranged and will be an additional feature of the afternoon. Mrs. J. F. Hayden chapter Regent will preside. Informal ride today for Sedgefield Hunt thanksgiving event although the regular week end live Hunt for members of the Sedgefield Hunt was dispensed with yesterday because of the car Olina Duke football game an informal ride is scheduled for this afternoon and events for the remainder of november include a dinner Dane and the annual thanksgiving Hunt and breakfast. The ride this afternoon starts from the stables at 3 of clock while the dinner dance an annual affair will he held at Sedgefield inn on saturday evening. November 25. Hours do oeuvres will be served in the Grill at 7 30 of clock and dinner will be served in the main dining room later with dancing to follow. The annual thanksgiving Hunt is scheduled to leave Sedgefield inn at 8 a. In. On november 30, and the Hunt breakfast will be served at the inn at to a. In. Also on the november Calendar Are the regular mid week Hunt at 7 a. In. On wednesday and the regular week end Hunt at 8 a. In. On saturday. Legion auxiliary to have important meeting tuesday night members of the local unit of the american legion auxiliary will a entertained at their regular meeting this week by mrs. Harry Fleming at her Home 510 Sunset Drav and mrs. Dan d. Arden unit president urge members to make a special Effort to attend As important matters will be transacted. The meeting will take place tuesday evening at 7 45 of clock a usual. Associate hostesses with mrs. Pleming will be mesdames w. F. Fleming w. H. Price and c. C. Layton. Bpwe business meeting at Elwood tomorrow not a dinner meeting the High Point business and professional women a club will hold its november business meeting in Tho Fri dining room of the Elwood hotel monday evening at 7 30 of clock members a asked to take note of the change in hour from 7 15, the customary time to meeting to 7 30, it was pointed out today. \ this will not be a dinner meeting but Wilt feature the transaction of business Only

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