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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 21, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page sixth High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Ferfus Fry High Point. North Carolina tuesday november 21. 193v . Social and club activities Madeline Hoover editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a m. To 12 m. ./.v. .v..v.wvw.�?T. .v.v. Bpwe to observe third anniversary with banquet at Elwood hotel dec. 4 at the november business meeting of the High Point business and professional women s club held last evening at the Elwood hotel plans for celebrating the clubs third birthday anniversary on december 6 were discussed. Mrs. Oriana b. James president of the club was in the chair and led the members in making definite plans for this even and appointed various members to carry out these plans the birthday party will be held is the Elwood hotel where the club holds its meetings miss Ruth Goodman chairman of the International relations committee gave in interesting report on the recent appearance of lord Marley in Greensboro where she As a representative of this club heard his lecture on a a study of Europe in 1939.�?� plans for attendance at the annual banquet to Honor the High school football team and its coaches to he held at the Sheraton hotel on december 4, were made at this time following its presentation by the president. The attendance prize went to miss Ruth Henderson Aud a Box of Candy fell to miss Rosalie Shields who was fortunate in drawing it was announced that the club Blanket will be awarded the Winner at the Elwood hotel wednesday november 29, at 12 30 of clock. Former girl Reserve Secretary and successor to be honoured thursday miss Betsy Dupuy former girl i eve Secretary with the i it a i y. W. A., and miss Susannah Thomas who recently took Over he Secretary ship when miss Dupuy accepted another position ill be joint Honoreen at a Tea hich will he held at the y. W. A. Hut thursday from 4 to 30 p. In. Under the auspices of Juirl Reserve clubs and the girl serve committee members of All White girl re Erve clubs in the City of the Sirl Reserve committee and of he y. W. A. Board will Aland the Tea. Which will serve As n official Welcome to miss Thoms and give the guests an oppor Unity to renew to Quarance till miss Dupuy who is at Ber Ollie in Greensboro for the thanksgiving holidays and exerts to return soon to her potion with the Atlanta a. Y. A. A. A number of other girl Reserve activities Are scheduled for this week. Wednesday there will be a recognition service at the Assembly period at the Junior High school with 136 members of three clubs cooperating. Miss Martha Thomas will be assisted in arranging the program by the other two Junior High advisors misses Evelyn Sharp and Thelma Connell. Music by a selected chorus of girl resend will be one feature of the Candle lighting service. Wednesday evening the Junior senior club from the senior High school is meeting at the hut for a supper meeting at which they will elect officers and Lay plans for a Christmas social event later they will make Candy for the Tea thursday. The Sophomore club from the same school of which miss Florence Joyner is advisor is planning a Weiner roast for this week. Ocal artists featured on program t regular meet of musical Art club three local artists two of them embers of the music faculty of he City schools the other a tainted Young High school student. Of a featured on the program at he regular meeting of the musical Art club held at the Emerywood country club last evening the two faculty members were has Evelyn Sharp violinist and has Dorothy Hoskins Soprano and miss Alma Andrews was at he piano to accompany both. The High school student warn Robert Jayle. Who not yet 16, is an a of pushed pianist and a a Nam is. G. W. Campbell o be Tea hostess or mrs. A. B m lean cards have Bren issued by j Ira George a Campbell for a hat her Home on Hillcrest Rve saturday afternoon from 5 6 of clock when she will Honor Ira. A b. Mclean of greens Joro recent Bride of Lur brother before her marriage at Saint Bartholomew a a episcopal Church in new York City at High noon n wednesday november la. Is. Mclean was miss Mary Louise Jeffreys. Daughter of or Aud irs. K r Jeffress of Greensboro. He parents of or me i ran and irs. Campbell Are or. And mrs d Mclean of Aberdeen. Foh tender skin v Oroline ,1 now am the Pitro Tum Jel Lyber of compositions to his credit. A discussion of future programs for the year took up most of the i business session w hich w As featured in addition to the program the program was As follows a a son of the a Robert ass Sieniawski miss Sharp i a none but the lonely heart. Tscharkowsky Bain Curran miss Hoskins j a wait in c Sharp minor. Chopin a revolutionary Etudes. Chopin Boh Gayle boy of v. Con by of so v in Vuk co Tot us of to sic of Fuad Flay on Moffitt s 217 North main mrs. Jack Newlin Bridge hostess to Randleman club Randleman nov. 21 a it special mrs. Jack Newlin entertained her Bridge club thursday evening with eight additional friends invited to make up two tables of Rook the group was entertained at the Newlin Home on High Point Street. In keeping with the approaching thanksgiving season thanksgiving appointments were used. Mrs. Ruth Allred made High score among the club members and was presented a double deck of cards. Miss Rosa Belle Woollen won High score Rook prize also a double deck of cards and visitors prize Novelty Ash trays went to mrs. A at son Milliken of a be Horn. The hostess served a salad course and russian ten to mrs Larry Hammond. Mrs Frank tally mrs a. H. Freeman mrs. D. Kistler. Mrs. Frank Armfield mrs. Ruth Allred. Mrs. Leonard Avard mrs. Weaver Lineberry mrs. Lewis Sutter mrs. Vatson Millikan. Misses epee Woollen Rosa Belle Woollen. Hilda Csnyder Rose Parrish Elizabeth Swai Rozelle Smith mrs. It n. Newlin mrs. John Fox mrs. J. E. Fox is. Hate Heatwole mrs. Marlon Rowland. Social Calendar tuesday 3 p. woman s Christian Temperance Union will hold its meeting Al Wesley memorial Church when Rev. Cecil Haworth pastor of Central friends Church will be the speaker. 3 p. biweekly Bridge party for ladies of the Emerywood country club will. Take place with mrs. F. H. Hab Renbeck As club hostess. Reservations must be made in Advance for tables. 3 30 p. w. O. T. Club will be entertained at its 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. Br., on Randolph Street. Other Thomasville members will serve As associate hostesses Ana 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 mis. Harry Fleming. 510 Sunset drive. Associate hostesses with mrs. Pleming will be mesdames a. F. Pleming a. H. Price Aud c. Layton. Wednesday 7 a. mid week Hunt i of Sedgefield Hunt will be held starting from the stables. 12 30 p. avedies Day Book club will hold its Reg Jular luncheon meeting at the i Home of mrs aah. J. Fraley on Ardmore Circle. Thursday to a. In. The Early american arts club will meet with mrs. Chester c. Haw Orth. South j of the City. Who will present the program on a fakes and reproductions in reference to old Glass of which the club is making a study. 3 30 Prno the Tea Aud i topics club will be entertained by mrs. R h. Sechrest at her Home. 447 South main Street. Sat Virday a the Sedgefield Hunt s we Eek end live Hunt will be held the starting place to be i announced later. 7 30 p Rny the annual Din Ner dance of the Sedgefield Hunt will he held at Sedgefield inn. The serving of hours do oeuvres in the Grill will pre cede the dinner which takes place in the main dining room of the inn. Cotillion dance at Thomasville nov. 29 Thomasville. Nov. 21�? special a thanksgiving dance will he held by the Thomasville cotillion club on wednesday night november 29. At which time Ted Ross and his University of North Carolina orchestra will furnish music. Guest invitations will be mailed oui to residents in several North Carolina cities and hosts for the dance will be George t. Cochrane chairman Harry Brown Finch j. R. Blair Frank Murr and Claude royals. Johnson Street misses Forward and Kalte joint party hostesses honouring miss Lee Forward. Whose marriage is to take place this month misses Esther Kalte and Dorothy Forward sister if the Bride elect entertained last night at Gibson a club room the occasion taking the form of a miscellaneous Shower. The club room was decorated with roses and chrysanthemums carrying out the bridal Motif. Bridge and chinese checkers were in play throughout the evening and at the conclusion of play mrs. Earle Forward High scorer in Bridge was presented a pair of hand coloured pictures. To mrs. Minnie Hinkle runner up in Bridge went a sports handkerchief. To mrs. J. S. Forward who excelled in chinese checkers the hostesses presented Linen and miss Dot Hiatt received sports handkerchief for runner up. A delicious ice course accompanied by individual bridal cakes which further emphasized the color scheme of Green and White were then served after which the honoree opened he numerous Lovely gifts from the guests present. Miss Kalte s gift to miss Forward was Tea glasses while miss forwards gift to her sister was water goblets in her selected Crystal. Guests attending the Shower included misses Grace Baker. Marion Elliott Dorothy and Edna Fritz. Gladys Richardson. Dorotny Hiatt Hazel Stewart Iris Smi h. And mesdames Winford Hinkle. Hallie Smith. A a bid Kearns j. S. Forward j. A. Rose Frank Smith Mother of the Groom Elt to and Earle Forward Mother of the Bride elect and miss Lee Forward honoree a about people scalding the shop with Polej. Like the sign you s6e advertising Putnam a bread on the Greensboro Road where somebody keeps swiping the pieces As they fall from the inexhaustible loaf Putmans bakery keeps turning out fresh loaves for you As fast As you eat them. This bakery can produce 2,000 loaves per hour each loaf going through la different Steps during a period of 8 hours. It has the very latest and newest equipment for baking one new machine being the Cooling Box which is bacteria free containing washed air. This Box cools the bread but at the same time it does not take away the flavor and moisture. These were some of the things. I found out when i paid a visit to Putnam a bakery. From the Highway it looks like such a pleasant place and when you go in it Center a another thin Many a William Powell. Myrna Loy at 1 20�?3 20 �?5 20-7 20 9 20. Also news scenes Duke Carolina football game and color cartoon a Good egg a Broadhurst Quot Call a messenger a a the dead end kids and a Little Tough Guys Quot at 12 58�?2 35�?4 20�? 8 05�?7 50�?9 40. It smells even better than it looks. Fresh bread a loaves buns and Rolls a is delivered daily Over the Piedmont Section of North Carolina. And you will want to put your name in the pot for some of it. Rugs in fashion authorities on the Rug situation say that patterned rugs Are now in favor and that the new designs Are As modern As the 1940 automobiles with colors harmonizing with the season s upholstery materials and curtain fabrics. If you Are in the Market for any kind of Rug or carpet you will want to go to the Paramount furniture company and have or. Cecil show you their Firth s rugs. They come in different Quality grades of velvet. Axminster Wilton Etc., and can be Cut to fit any difficult Corners and Odd shaped rooms. Among the various types of rugs and carpets made by Firth Are Waverly text tvs Tex style Shadow foliage. International Hook and Many others. Or. Cecil says the latest together beautifully but these Are not All the making of pres tic Tranquility. Your House has a great Deal to do with a pleasant family life and the Smithdeal realty and insurance company knows this and that is the reason they have such delightful houses to rent and sell. Meldon Holjes says that right now they have among others a cozy steam heated six room Brick House for Sale on Greenway drive. If you Are interested in getting a Home and want one Complete with Cedar closets and other accessories Call up or. Holjes immediately. You might like to talk to him about the game saturday too. He seems to have enjoyed it thoroughly and the train ride there and Back was lots of fun he says new be i Fello a Bob Walker one of or. Stevens lieutenants Down at the Firestone Auto Supply amp service store is bubbling Ove about the new Lullaby bed lamp and radio set they have just got in Stock for the Christmas season. They really Are Tricky gadgets. No bigger than the very smallest of radios it com p a amount a on borrowed time a Lionel Barrymore. Bobs Watson. At 4 31�?8 43�?9.05. Jam and Jive session on stage at 8 30. Gay laundry room monday was Day be a a a blues monday next to the latest implements for making the weekly laundry As easy As possible a Bright atmosphere is most spirit lifting. Freshly painted Light Walls Bright linoleum on the floor Gay curtains convenient shelves for soaps and powders adequate working surfaces Racks for drying clothes on Rainy Days arid for airing freshly ironed outs and Correct lighting. School patrol outfitted Thomasville. Nov. 21. A special a officials of the City of Thomasville distributed new rain Coats and rain helmets to All the members of the Quot school patrol in the various schools of the City today. The equipment which will be a great help in inclement weather is furnished by the City. The Coats will Bear the lettering a school and will be easily recognizable. Rialto a Lucky night a Robert Taylor Myrna Loy. At 10 45�?12 2ft�?2 07 �?3 58�?5 49�?7 40�?9 31. Miss Kent paid Honor by club pattern is the Fern Leaf which is i Bines both Reading lamp and a much More conservative and a di0 and Damps on to the head of tis tic than the Large flowered ones your bad Thorp Arp individual with too Bright contrasts. You will i switches for each and there is no friends of a. A. Smoak will be glad to learn that he is recuperating nicely in Burris me-1 enjoy a visit with or. And getting out of bed to Cut them on moral Hospital from an append recoil inn when von on in this a . A. In Rit a Mior Annn gee 11 too. U no you go in us or off air that is necessary is to raise your hand and Thoro Tho Domestic Tranquility switch is. They will be Ideal pre you May have a perfectly sents for anyone who likes to list swell family a they Are All Well in to his favorite programs in a to Styli Gall rent cd inno kn/4 anal n a a p. T. A. Sponsor for Bingo party the Parent teacher association of the Johnson Street school is sponsoring a Bingo party on thursday november 23. At 7 30 j of clock in the coca cols Plant 224 East Washington Street i tickets Are now being sold at the i school. The Public is cordially invited to attend the proceeds from this party will he used for the schools free lunch fund. Study�?14 soc miss Frances Tadlock celebrates 17th birthday with party Sophia. Not. 21.�?miss Frances Tadlock entertained a number of her friends at her Home near Sophia saturday to celebrate her seventeenth birthday the Young people were entertained with games led by miss Dorla loft in and Kathleen Poole at the conclusion of the games they were invited into the dining room decorated with fail Flowers where refreshments of ice Cream and take were served. Or. And mrs. A j. Boyle of Seagrove announce the marriage of their daughter Mozelle to Cirl Nance of Asheboro route 3. Friday november 17. The wedding took place in Chesterfield s c. Mrs. Nance wore a dress of Navy Blue crepe with Black accessories for the wedding. The Young couple was acc Oil i i j a panted by miss Lucille Nance Ais m la f la oci3 Ter of the bridegroom and tar j enc Blackwell. Study group to meet at Johnson Street wednesday the study group meeting of the Johnson Street Parent tech or association will he held on wednesday at 3 pm Dock. M. T. Ija Beth principal of the Junior High school will be the guest speaker a what the parents mean to the the parents of the school Are urged to be present to hear or. Lambeth As this is the anal meeting. Freddie and Billy Thomas Are still confined to their Home on the Thomasville Road where they Are suffering with attacks of influenza. R a is tors in the Home of or. And mrs. S. P. Barbour Over the weekend included mrs. A. B. Barbour and grandson. Tommy Thompson of Danville a a. Or. And mrs. Nathan Mitchell and daughter Jean of Greensboro or. And mrs. Ben elder and daughter Rae of Reidsville mrs. J. P. Clodfelter of Jamestown. All these visitors were children grandchildren and great grandchildren of a. Lindsay Coker who despite his 87 years and a recent illness was Able to he up i for their visit. Friends of or. And mrs. J. Fred Hough of Winston Salem will regret to know that their Small son John it ill with pneumonia. The houghs were former residents of ibis City and mrs. Haugh was the former Dorothy Croker. T miss Lee Forward honoured at party mrs. Hallie Samuels and miss Iris Smith jointed hospitality at a recent party at the former Home to Honor miss Lee Forward. Bride elect who will wed Vallace m. Smith on thanksgiving Day. The party took the form of a Kitchen Shower and alls Forward received Many useful and attractive gifts. Refreshments were later served. Buffet style to miss Forward the honoree. Misses Dot Forward Esther Kalif Avis Leonard. Louise a Elrah Atola Jones. Magdalene Charles and mesdames e e. Forward Mother of the honoree Jack Forward. Ray Richardson a n. Bambalis. Wilbur Scales. Roscoe Samuels Gladys Webber Cletus Southern Elizabeth Rumley and t. L. Smith Mother of the Honoreen Fiance. In girls Pentagon club meeting tonight with miss Clarine Furgurson Mia Clarine Furgurson will entertain members of the girls Pentagon club at her Home Sou Lindsay Street this evening at 7 30, according to an announcement made this morning. This is the clubs regular weekly meeting. And Happy and you All get along bed. And they Are not expensive. Jolly y to have etiquette program thursday night Domino club to meet this evening t j help of Days of discomfort try ski cd Esters i i us Tor Lun Tiona periodic pain and discomfort. Usually rive Quick Relief. A a your druggist lord p ills in so Al Lukl Chi Chester s Steph huh Hidle class i has Mueting tomorrow the Stephens Bible study class will meet with mrs. M. J. Crowder at her Home 209 Steele Street tomorrow afternoon at three of clock. The sixth chapter of St. Luke is the topic to be studied and miss Nora l. Andrew Wal Lead the discussion at this time. Turkey dinner at Webley memorial the annual Turkey dinner will be served at Wesley memorial Church tomorrow evening from 5 30 to 7 30 of clock. The menu i will include Turkey and dressing candied yams string Beans Crana berries Slaw celery Rolls ice j Cream and Home made cake. 2 to ix>7.1 Ell 41 Rule to we Hegi Lah meeting the Dozier Circle of til West end Baptist Church will hold its regular meeting this evening at 7 a 30 at the Home of mrs a. K. I linger Huo a Green Street. A o in o the regular meeting of the Domino club will he held this evening Ai 7 45 at the Home of mrs a. G Ellington jr., at 913 Barbee Street. A the regular meeting of the Jolly y club at the y. A. I. A hut thursday night at 7 30 will feature a program on etiquette with novel quiz features and the Genera topic a what would you do a miss Mildred Hutchinson will be in charge of the program. A a Wade brides vows taken in Columbia s. a on november la revealed announcement is made of the marriage of i Louie Evon brides of Trinity and Carroll Eugene Avade of High Point which took place in the Washington Street methodist Church in Columbia. 8. C., on november it with Rev. J. Owen Smith pastor. In charge. The Bride was attired in Blue crepe with Matching accessories. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Marcus brides of Trinity route one. And received her education at Trinity High school. Or. Wade son of mrs Mattie Avade of 1 503 Taylor Street is a native of Macon having moved to High Point several years ago he received his education at fort Hawkins school in Macon and finished Here with the class of �?~33. Ile is connected with the commissary department of Burlington Mills inc., Hillcrest division or. And mrs. John t. Hughes. Of Thomasville the latter a sister of the Bride accompanied the couple to South Carolina. Or. And mrs. Wade Are now at Home at 414 South Street this City after a Short wedding trip. Priscilla club meeting cancelled the regular meeting of the Priscilla club. Which was announced for Friday afternoon. November 24, will not take place this week. It was announced today by club officials. Ewe Joseph w. Younger Horn november 15 or. And mrs. J. H younger of 323 South Wrenn Street announce the birth of a Ann. Joseph Lavayne on november 15 at the Guilford general Hospital. Mrs. Younger was formerly mrs Edna Avard of a Ilmington n. C., before her marriage. Miss Carey Atkins chosen for listing in College who s who special to the Enterprise Greensboro nov. 21 miss Carey Atkins daughter of or. And mrs. J. D Atkins of 315 fourth Street. High Point who will receive her a b. Degree from Greensboro College in May is among those students who will be listed in the 1939-40 edition of a who who Iii american colleges and miss Atkins is a member of the Emerson society at the Colage vice president of the a ave. A. Having been a member of the y Council four Vear a members of the glee club the International relations education club the German club the math club the Raymond a. Smith religious club and the College Honor society. # hah. V. Carrolljr. Dorn at Hospital Here or. And or. V. Carroll announce the birth of a son. Charles a Ernon or. At Burrua memorial Hospital on november 18. Before her marriage mrs. Carroll was Mia Leila Hendrix of Kernersville. Miss Nellie sue Kent who will wed Willis Robert Kerr in late december was again honoured last evening when members of the sorority club joined hospitality for a Bingo party at the residence of miss Virginia Kent. 604 aah est Broad Street. Fall Flowers were effective decorations throughout the Home. The honoree who excelled in play received lingerie As High score prize and miss Margaret Furr mrs. Charlie Loftin miss Beatrice Varner and miss Christine Mrad Ley also received prizes. After the games each member of the club presented the Bride elect with lingerie and Crystal members and their guest were then invited into the dining room where Dainty refreshments were served. Kenneth Hugh Dutton born at Hospital Here or. And mrs. Hugh Dutton announce the birth of a son. Kenneth Hugh on november 18, at a he Burros memorial Hospital mrs. Dutton before her marriage was miss Mabel Pike of this City. Church conference opens Sanford. Nov. 21�? ply the 114th annual convention of the Eastern North Carolina Confer i ence of the congregational Christian Church opened Here today. 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