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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 22, 1925, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise. Sunday. November 22, 1925 pics additional society p. V. Kirkman mrs. W. W. Dins More of Hartford Conn. Mrs. E. Whilma Redmon mrs. J. L. Kirkman mrs. O. Arthur Kirkman mrs. Holder mrs. Richard Reitzel mrs. Farrell Gray mrs. Tom Kearns mrs. Dillard Ragan mrs. O. W. Sadder and mrs. O. J. Mccoy. Mrs. Fred ingrain miss Clara Boyd and mrs. Paul Mcfarland directed to the dining room. The Tea table was prettily appointed and had As its Centrepiece a Basket of Ophelia roses. Its. H. Pitts and mrs. J. E. Kirkman poured Tea and serving the Dainty refreshments were miss Lorraine Burgess miss Susie Kirkman mrs. De Lyau mrs. H. S. Gilleland mrs. Roy Watson and miss Nina White. At the door leading Back into the living room were mrs. B. Harmon mrs. L. Amos mrs. B. Overman and mrs. L. Wheeler Wiio directed the guests to the second receiving line composed of miss Helen Brown miss Eliz Beth Anderson miss Eunice Stogner miss Mildred Bolton miss Louise Cook and is. Lillian Bayman. Mrs. , mrs. W. R. Morrow and mrs. J. W. Austin directed the guests to the Hall where they were received by mrs. A. Ring. Mrs. J. D. Hoskins mrs. J. W. Kearns mrs. J. A. Marsh mrs. H. B. Hiatt Aud mrs. J. A. Eshel Man. Receiving at. The punch room door were mrs. Odell Lindsay mrs. Fred Klein and mrs. W. Phillips. Mrs. H. R. Jones and mrs. George Wood presided Over the punch bowl and serving the re freshing ices were mrs. Bert Kirkman mrs. S. Kirkman mrs. Forest Murray mrs. Delk Smith mrs. Darrel Pitts and miss Genevieve Moore. The Adieu were said by mrs. T. A. Kearns mrs. J. A. Lindsay jr., and mrs. Frank Wall. Throughout the evening miss Flora Cannaday at Tho piano furnished a delightful music program. A Large number of guests called to enjoy the pretty Tea and to meet the attractive guest of Honor. Services today at Wesley memorial the chime�?10 40-10 55 Organ prelude a a be Cygnet. Saint Saems Lyman no. 210�?�?oglorious things of thee Are spoken apostles Creed prayer closing with the lords prayer anthems a the lord is exalted. West responsive Reading psalm 121 Gloria Patri Nev testament lesson a offertory Solo a the publican Van de water or. Clarence Shultheiss Semont a the care of the Church by or. Mclarty. Lynn no. 222�?�?ojesus, the name High Over aug doxology and Benediction Organ postlude a Allegro from Strond son atom a. Mendelssohn evening service 7 30 the chime�?7 00-7 25 Organ prelude a a souvenirs. Drain a a amazing Grace hymn no. 309 prayer anthems a seek be the lord. Roberts scripture Reading offertory Solo a spirit of god. Neidlinger or. W. Phillips hymn no. 34 6�?�?~�?~lord, i hear of showers of blessings Quot Sermon a a the vision of his face a or. Mclarty hymn no. 329�?�?opass me not o gentle Saviour Benediction Organ postlude a a alleluia. Faulkes Calendar for the week sunday 9 30 school b. Harmon superintendent. 11 00 service. 6 30 p. league. 7 30 00 service. Monday 6 30 p. class tuesday 7 00 troop 4, o. Delk Smith scoutmaster. Wednesday 7 30 p. meeting in the main auditorium. Beautiful wedding saturday afternoon in a ceremony characterized by Beauty and exquisite simplicity miss Polly Heitman became the Bride of Lonnie Lentz Ivey of Raleigh saturday afternoon at 5 of clock at the Home of the brides sister mrs. R. B. Terry in Roland Park. In the music room of the Home a Graceful altar had been arrant against a background of Palms and ferns. On either Side were tall Floral baskets filled with White chrysanthemums and tiers of lighted White candles prior to the ceremony a Lovely program of bridal music was rendered. Miss Florence Blair at the piano played Schubert a after which Clarence Schul Theiss Sang beautifully a beloved it is mrs. G. F. Kirby of Charleston s. C., sister of the Bride Sang sweetly a while i gaze in thy dear then to the strains of the a bridal chorus a from a Lohen Grin a the bridal party entered and took their places before the altar. The groomsmen Herman Briggs of Raleigh and James Hathcock of Washingtond d. C., were the first to enter. They were followed by the two brides maids miss Edith Hayworth and miss Helene Meyer both of Washington d. The brides maids wore attractive costumes of peach Georgette artistically trimmed with Gold lace and hand made Flowers and carried Arm bouquets of yellow chrysanthemums tied with tulle. Miss Nancy Carr Terry Niece of the Bride was her maid of Honor and was charming in a frock of peach Chiffon. She also carried yellow chrysanthemums tied with tulle. Miss Heitman entered with her brother in Law Randall b. Terry and was met at the altar by or. Ivey attended As Best Man by col. J. W. Harbison of Raleigh. The impressive ceremony was performed by Rev. G. F. Kirby of Charleston s. The Bride wore a handsome ensemble of Blue trimmed with Gray Fitch fur with Gray velour hat and harmonizing accessories. She carried a Shower bouquet of brides roses and lilies of the Valley. After the ceremony or. And mrs. Ivey left for a wedding trip North after which they will be at Home in Raleigh. Mrs. Ivey is a daughter of the late prof. And mrs. J. F. Heitman the former for Many years a professor at Trinity College. She is a graduate of Trinity College now Duke University a and is a Young woman of charming personality and unusual culture. For a year after the death of her parents she made her Home Here with her sister mrs. R. B. Terry and has frequently visited her since that time. She Quot possesses a wide Circle of friends Here and elsewhere in the state. For the Pas year she has been making her Home in Washington d. Or. Ivey is a Well known business Man of Raleigh owning a Large Book and stationery business there. He is originally from Norwood and is a graduate of Trinity College. A number of out of town guests were present for the wedding from Raleigh. Winston Salem Norwood and Asheboro. Following the rehearsal on Friday evening or. And mrs. R. B. Terry entertained the bridal party and a number of additional friends at their Home in Roland Park. The guests were invited into the dining room which was Lovely in its yellow and White decorations. Yellow and White chrysanthemums were used in profusion in decorating and the room was lighted with yellow candles in Silver Candle Sticks. The Centrepiece of the table was the brides cake in yellow and White surrounded by Smilax and chrysanthemums. The cake was Cut during the evening the various symbols it contained falling to a number of the guests. Delicious refreshments were served. On saturday col. J. W. Harbison or. Iveys Best Man entertained the bridal party with a Lovely luncheon at the Sheraton hotel. The luncheon was Given in the private dining room of the hotel. A a leave for trip to Florida and Cura or. And mrs. J. P. Rawley or. And mrs. O. A. Kirkman and o. A. Kirkman. Jr., leave today for a ten Days trip to Points in Florida and Havana. Cuba. This party leaves High Point Over the High Point Thomasville and Denton railway making Connerton through the Winston Salem southbound Railroad with the fast Atlantic coast Lino special Florida train. This route shortens the trip from this Point to Cuba by about a full Day s time. While away they expect to take in Ttye principal cities on the East at the Broadway thursday Friday and saturday u Pony express at Broadway thursday the widely heralded and Long expected Western special a the Pony express a a which James Cruze directed for Paramount with a Brilliant cast of several thousand players headed by Betty Compson Ricardo Cortez Ernest Torrence and Wallace Beery will make its local debut at the Broadway Nevi thursday. This mighty Frontier Cine master piece gives Cruze the unique distinction of producing the Only photoplay that seriously threatens the supremacy heretofore maintained by his first great epic a a the covered and there is much these two classics have in common. Like its distinguished with the element of Rosne characterized the West of Days. But although its Climax la tremendous and its ending a Ai tonal and Beautiful As that a the covered Wagon a Ita j theme is Mote appealing its by ground More fascinating and j dramatic episodes More startle j More thrilling and More colourful. The action of the plot is Laid i 160, in the dark Days just Boff j the civil War and deals with Oki struggle Between North and Southl to gain control of California wlm its prestige arid enormous res oaf ices of Gold. In this bitter political i contest with its plotting and ism Trigue gun fighting and bloodshed the crack riders of the Pony exp press played a significant and Uby i portent part. A scene from James Cruze s Paramount picture the Pony Ftp Pucci with Betty Compson Ernest Torrence Wallace Beery and Ricardo Cortez coast of Florida but the main part of their time will be spent in Cuba. While there they will take in the country near Havana. About people h. W. Craven of Washington d. C., is in High Point visiting his Niece. Mrs. H. R. Broadhurst. A a misses Louise Mason and Louise Bullington. From Durham Are visiting mrs. J. Richard Reitzel. A a mrs. Winston of Warrenton is spending the Day with or. And mrs. B. Page in the Monroe apartment. A a a mrs. Taylor leaves today for her Home in Kinston after a visit to mrs. J. V. Wilson on Lindsay Street. A a a or. And mrs. J. B. Cooper and Little son of Statesville Are spending the week end with or. And mrs. Willis Shine on Parkway. A a mrs. G. W. Sadtler leaves to Morrow for Tampa. Fla., to spend the Winier with her daughter mr.-. Edwin Ile Slop. A a or. And mrs. S. Ii. Hudson s h. Hudson jr., miss Rachel Hudson and miss Lois powder of Monroe spent Friday afternoon with mrs. Annie Armfield. I. Welch Laid to rest funeral services conducted at his Home Are largely attended funeral services for m. Welch highly regarded High Point citizen who died thursday were conducted at his residence on North Wrenn Street saturday afternoon at 2 30 of clock. Or. George r. Brown and Rev. W. B. Davis conducted the services which wore attended by Many friends and relatives of the de deceased. A quartet consisting of or. And mrs. J. Gurney Briggs mrs. John Peacock and j. V. Garrett Sang a nearer my god to thee and a crossing the the Active pallbearers were w. A. Ring a. M. Rankin e. A. My a ghee a. B. Homey s. A. Brown and w. D. Simmons. Honorary pallbearers were f. H. I Barker a. R. Hammer w. K. Teague r. A. Wheeler r. L. Pickett w. D. Brooks w. M. Tucker Alston Clark. M. H. Shiplett Homer Teague Lewis Teague Earl Sharpe or. D. Thompson Lewis Heileg. I w. Idol w. F. Barbee Nick Draka Lokas c. A. Ring j. M. Hoover. J. F. Ellison and r. Lindsay. There were Many Beautiful Floral offerings which were carried by mrs. E. R. Pegg mrs. Leona Pierce mrs. Robert Pendry mrs. W. A. Ring mrs. P. A. Jones mrs. Clara Weston mrs. John Reddick mrs. Buck Linthicum mrs. Ruth Garrison mrs. Harrison idol mrs. Maude Glasco miss Sadie Rech rest. Miss Helen Kemp mrs. Maude Griffin mrs. Mal tic Bruce miss Susie Welborn and miss Mildred Blackburn. Enterprise Wani ads bring Quick results i watch coming soon gift handkerchiefs the announcement of the most wonderful display of Christmas handkerchiefs. The old world is truly represented in this display of gift handkerchiefs. They come from Ireland France Austria Japan Switzerland Germany and Czecho slav Okia. Whatever your requirements for gift handkerchiefs Are we Are in position to take care of them from this display which will be made soon. Watch for our window display. Moffitte a 217 North main Street a the lost world at the Ai Conan Doyle picture to shoe Here on thursday of this week probably the most unusual i a a drama Ever put on tile screen a the lost world a which comes t the american theatre next Tim. Day. The picture is an adaptation it sir Arthur Conan Doyle s novel o. The same title. Doyle admits not. That when he wrote the Story he Hadnot the slightest Conception of its film possibilities. He painted a vivid word picture of a lost won in the vast unexplored regions o. The upper Amazon River which Tim had forgot. There Doyle a band of adventurers found prehistoric monster that roamed the Earth 10,000,0 years ago and battled each of n to the death As in the Days of old. I into the heart of this monster infested District went. This part j of explorers a three men and a i their Mission was to Rescue hoi 1 father if he still lived and proc to the world the existence of to prehistoric beasts the bront Osau i rus bigger than ten elephants the tyrannosaurus most fearsome creature that Ever stalked the. The the stegosaurus Tice atop Pterodactyl or great ayin dragon and other Gigantic sped As the modern humans watcher Awe inspired these monsters Gav deadly Battle to one another sue Battles As never before have been witnessed on a motion picture screen. Numerous motion picture producers have tried in vain to film Doyle s Story but the reincarnation of the monsters was deemed impossible. Finally however an embryo sculptor named Willis h. O Brien a a discovered a the monsters. A submitted his strange idea to Watterson r. Rothacker. Owner of film laboratories in Chicago and los Angeles. Rothacker saw it possibilities and joining hands with first National pictures launched work on the project. That was seven years ago. Since then work has proceeded steadily and now the picture is Complete. It establishes probably the record for j time production in the film Industry As Well As a record for uniqueness. Paige elected Detroit nov. 21.�? apr Frank Page of Raleigh. N. To Dav was elected president of the american Assoc vion of state Highway officials at the closing session of the annual convention Here. Bid for ships Washington nov. 21.�?tap a b of the do Lar lines for charter and Purchase of the Admiral Oriental line running from Seattle r it the far East was submitted to the shipping Board today by r. Stanley Dollar. Coats $25.00 for thanksgiving this coat Sale of ours is indeed an opportune time for you to come and get the coat that you want in Tim for thanksgiving. Our Sale will continue through wednesday and the Coats we ofter Are Worth much More than we Are asking values up to vs40.00 for Only $25.00. Come and see them. Kay a North main year Washington Silt permanent waving the Nestle Lanoil process of permanent waving bobbed Heads .$12.50 y2 Long head.$12.50 this week Only Bonnie Betty Beauty shop Over Yool wort ii s phone 2092 do your Christmas shopping now pay later if you desire Only one month a till Santa Claus comes select your gifts while the lines Are Complete never in the history of Stamey a has so Large and varied a selection of a gifts that last been on display and we defy Competition at the Price Quality considered. All our jewelry and Allied lines Are of the Best Quality and perfectly finished. There a a vast difference Between Gold jewelry even the same Kraft of Gold How it shows up and wears and the silk like finish on the Best Quality against the rough scratchy effect of the cheap made kind which As a Rule is Light in weight and made to deceive the buyer. The Best is much cheaper in the Long run and the Price you pay when buying is very Little More Many times no More. Just the same Way with a shoddy suit or dress they a High at any Price. Every Gold filled article in jewelry in our store is guaranteed to Wear 20 years the solid Gold Tot course for life. \ nothing but the Best Quality of jewelry should be purchased. We can suit you in Price from $1.00 up. Your consideration in visiting Stamey a before you buy will be appreciated. We list a few gift suggestions for the ladies Bracelet watches pearls and chokers the new dance bags the prettiest compacts Diamond rings of All kinds rings with various stones exquisite mesh bags Beautiful leather bags Gold shiver and bakelite pens and pencils Fine showing of bar pins new styles in card French boudoir lamps imported novelties in China silverware in solid and plated Ivory in toilet and manicure sets atomizers the new kind for the men watches of All makes watches of All sizes strap watches watch chains knife and Chain sets cuff links and buttons rings of All kinds pen and Pencil sets Bill folds and purses novelties in leather goods Beira and Belt buckles tie pins military and travelling sets the new combination sets see them in a fellas and canes novelties in Silver and Gold for the House glassware silverware chinaware brassware and Copper Ware clocks phonographs lamps shades Etc. Remember a Small Deposit will Reserve anything desired and engraved and nicely boxed without Cost. Stamey a make this store yours for Christmas buying i

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