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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - November 29, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Ionthe High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of a Fugh Point North Carolina wednesday. November 20. 10.10 . social and club activities Deline Hoover editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a. M. To 12 m a a Art in a a a a a is. Herman Smith dinner Bridge Stess to tuesday contract club social Calendar Ridge again followed the serv a of Tanner to furnish a Delight evening of entertainment for Bersot the tuesday contract j and their guests last evening in mrs. Herman Smith was hos i at the clubs biweekly meet-1 at her Home on Edge Dale re. In the arrival of the ladies j y found their places at at-1 timely appointed Small tables winged in the living and dining is which featured a Holiday ing with its arrangement of it Raul chrysanthemums in varied j Des. A three course dinner was fed covers being Laid for six i afterwards four tables of Bridge were in play tallies taking the form of autumn leaves. Mrs. E. W. Freeze jr., was Winner of top score and received Glass novelties As prize while Consolation for Low score a Box of toilet soap fell to mrs. Jesse Washburn. Guests in attendance were mesdames . G. Ragsdale jr., l. B. Heilig Bob Davis Charles Lucas and club Quot members included mesdames Sam Strickland e. Vav. Freeze jr., Jesse Washburn James b. Lovelace Henry Foscue j. Vvs. Clinard jr., Vvs. E. Mitchell. Ralph slate James a Moffitt o. Arthur Kirkman and Philip Davis. A ave Logue and Cloverdale glee club matured on business girls program travelogue by a. Coke Cecil four numbers by 23 girls and i from the Cloverdale school i club were featured on the. Tram for the regular supper Ting of the business and pro Lonal girls club last night at y. Vav. C. A. Hut. R. Cecily a travelogue a com red by motion pictures was tented with a trip to Central a Rich Early this year. Leav i new Orleans in february at it the time of the Mardi gras and his family went from there i Uba and on to Panama. Nicara Gua and Honduras. The numbers Sung by the glee club were a Little Liza Jane a a How to Tell wild animals Brahms a Lullaby a and Quot stars of j the summer a violin Solo j part was played by Betty Lee my i Ever and vocal Solo parti were by Horace Lewis and Glenn Bates. \ accompanist was miss Winifred j Bodle. Three visitors present in and edition to club members were misses Alice Macrae Caldwell and Mash to Anderson and mrs. Mary Wilson la ack Worth. Tell gence quiz features Altru sans or today dinner Holiday party dec. 12 Thi a slav 8 a. Rn.�?. The annual Sedgefield Hunt will be held starting from the embassy club. The Holiday Hunt breakfast will follow at ten of clock at the embassy club. Friday 3 3u p. In. The Philoma Thean club will inept at the Home of mrs. Vav. C. Idol on Hillcrest drive. 3 30 p. Rn.�?. The Canterbury club will be entertained by mrs. V. D. Sale. Jr., at her Home on it Lei a drive. Sah Row 8 a in a. The regular weekend Hunt of the Sedgefield Hunt will Start from the stables 9 30 p. Rn.�?. The annual thanksgiving dunce of the Piedmont German club will be held at the Emerywood country club with the Auburn Cavaliers tarnishing the music. This dance will be the final one in the present Quarter of the dub season. 9 30 p. In.�?. The High Point College International relations club will present its first formal dance of the school year at the Sheraton botel ballroom with the syncopated College orchestra composed of local students playing. Legion Post and auxiliary Benefit dance on Friday tried and sundry were the ions featured in an internet quiz presented it evening i. Z Jones of the local radio an. We for. To members of Trusa club and their guests e Semi monthly dinner meet when the club observed its h anniversary in the Liera Oom of the Sheraton hotel number of distinguished vis were present and a con dilatory message on the clubs iday Annive Ary a read the Salisbury it dub Organ by the High Point group were unable to attend the ing members contributed to rth Day fund to go into the s Treasury for its worthwhile a act i is. Marie Caddell president he club. Presided and Intro a the visitors. Frank j. Size i set ret Ary of the local chains Commerce mrs. Orum Lames and irs Ruth Carter be local business and proves Al women a club while or. A a was presented by miss hailed Awn program chairman Atmas music from a record instrument was also a Fea of the meeting being rendering the serving of Din a filch got underway at 6 30 was made that club s annual Christmas party be held on tuesday evening Ember 12 when mrs. Caddell join hospitality with mrs r Lou rot Brock at the lat Ter to Home on Woodrow Avenue. Or. Sizemore spoke briefly on i the banquet being presented by local Civie dubs to Honor the High school football team and its i coaches explaining its purpose. And he also Callet attention to j Burnie Day being observed Sun Day december 3 when local boy i scouts will Call at Homes in the i i City for toys and clothing to be j distributed among the info run i ate of the City. J Twenty two members were pre i sent in addition to the four visitors. A girl scout leaders from nearby cities attend discussion j ten girl scout Leaden and j j Council members rout Lexington i land two from Thomasville joined i local girl scout leaders at the i i Sheraton hotel last evening for the second in a series of discus a Don groups on Quot program Adiv dramatics was Stres de in the discussion but health and safety j and arts and crafts also came in j i for considerable mention. I the next discussion group will be held on thursday evening. December 7, at 7 3b. When further program up. Hem a fold Matins you do this Milles will be taken wow swing club meets with miss Carmichael for regular meeting plans Are progressing for the Benefit dance being presented Bere Friday evening by the Andrew Jackson Post number St. And the legion auxiliary anti in Date that this will be a colourful occasion. The dance will be Given in the National guard armory with Jimmy Harris and hts orchestra. Local terpsichore an organization. Featuring miss Garrie Campbell As vocalist will furnish music for the affair. Dancing will to from nine until one o clock and Many out of town guests including Greensboro and Thomasville legionnaires and auxiliary members with their friends Are expected to swell the attendance. Wow Eastern Star group received invitation to Lexington meeting two petitions for membership a Vire received inst evening by the Hie Point chapter number Ink order of Tho Eastern Star when it met at the masonic Hall with Twenty two members in attendance. Mrs Orchis Andrews worthy Matron presided Over the meeting and a thanksgiving poem was read by mrs. Christiana Snyder. An invitation was read for Iota i members to attend a meeting Oft december 14 of Tho Lexington chapter number 98. When mrs Harriett Powell worthy grand Matron will make her official visit. Visitors included the following from Greensboro mesdames Gladys Brady. Margaret Andrews and Bessie Howard. League ties forecast in local shop window display the atmosphere of the 1880 s. Which will be recalled in the Junior service leagues presentation of a the ties of 18s3&Quot on december 8 at the armory today pervaded one of the windows of alexanders on North main Street. Here three Complete outfits or the period Are mounted on forms for the background of the window display while in the foreground Are dolls and More dolls a Large dolls in full skirted lace evening gowns with plumes in their real hair Middle sized j dolls in morning frocks with tucks and Lacy frills and tiny j baby dolls in voluminous dress i is. Resting in baskets trimmed with ribbon bows. Costume jewelry suitable to j the period is intermingled with i the dolls and gowns to Complete the atmosphere of the period which the league will reproduce i in the ties which is for the j Benefit of the league baby clinic. In Ltd miss Crowson weds Otis l. Mckinney in Danville a. A wedding of interest to friends in the Carolinas was that of miss Katy Crowson and Oti it Ledford s Mckinney both of High Point j the ceremony took place at the j Chatham Christian Church Chat a Ham a. On saturday november 25. With Rev. Burnett Easley officiating i mrs. Mckinney is the daughter i of or. And mrs. W. H. Crowson of this City she received her education in the local schools and is a member of the Quot Melody girls sacred a Inger it who have done considerable radio work Here. For the ceremony she wore a Black velvet ensemble w Ith wine i accessories. Or. Mckinney is the son of or. And mrs. W q Mckinney of Rural Hall he received his j education of Reynolds High school in wins Tomsalek and now holds a responsible position with j the High Point division of Burlington Mills. Inc. After a Short wedding trip to Danville and other Points in Vir i Ginia. The couple will be at Home at 1119 Richland Avenue. Mrs. R. K. Stewart Speaks to Randolph Book club on famous English gardens Asheboro. Nov. 29. A mrs. R. K. Stewart of High Point was guest speaker Friday afternoon at the meeting of the Randolph Book club oldest literary organization in the City. The speaker daughter of the late Rev. Frank Wood who once served As pastor of the Trinity methodist Church and Niece of the late col. W. P. Wood of Asheboro gave an interesting talk in which she vividly described famous English gardens. She was introduced by mrs. Billon a Stedman hostess at the meeting. Mrs. Stewart was Well qualified to speak on her subject being the wife of an englishman and having made two trips to the British Isles the last for the Coronation during the summer of 1938. Another out of town guest was mrs. A. M. Rankin also of High Point. Mrs. Rankin is a forme resident of Randolph and a daughter of the late j. A. Blair one time editor of the Randolph Argus and author of Quot reminiscences of Randolph the meeting was Well attended by club members. Among the invited guests were mrs. J. A. Spence mrs j. To Barnes mrs. E. L. Ray. Mrs. Paul Hardin jr., mrs Kemp Alexander and mrs. De Cranford. Miss Louise Rich celebrated her birthday anniversary thursday evening by inviting a Large number of guests to her Home on South Cox Street for an evening of informal entertainment. There were six tables of Bridge Rook and chinese checkers a number of other competitive games were also played and prizes were awarded to Jack Pugh Hallie Reaves and h. T. Lewis. Following the game refreshments were served. The guests attending were or. And mrs. E a Lemmonds. Or. And mrs. H. T. Lewis Athlie Aldridge Mary Belle Meisen Heimer jewel Woodley Edna Mae Winningham Gladys Caviness Bud Hedrick Jack Pugh Hallie Reaves Robert Barnes Stokeley Garner and Mahlon King All of Asheboro Elsie White and j. La. Hamilton of High Point Maude Lee Pickett of Worthville and Lieut. Eli Ward of Honolulu Hawaii mrs. John Morrison has As her guest this week end miss Catherine Rimmer senior student at woman a College. Miss Rimmer is president of the Baptist tinning Union of the College. Mrs. Alva housing and son. Neal Are on an extended visit with relatives in Reading a. They Are expected to remain away until after the Christmas holidays. Mrs. L. C. Phillips who has been confined to her Home on Worth Street for sometimes on account of illness is very much improved at this time. David Stedman Sophomore at Duke spent the week end with his parents or. And mrs. S. B. Stedman at their Home on Lexington Highway. Miss Lois Grimes student at Meredith College. Raleigh spent the week end with her parents. Or. And mrs. W. H. Grimes. Mrs. Edward c. Brooks of Randolph Avenue had miss Audrey Anderson of Raleigh As her guest this week end. Announcement of the engagement of Anne in uis Steele to Thomas Henry Redding of this City has been made by mrs. S. S. Steele of Rockingham Mother of the Bride to be. Miss Steele is the daughter of mrs. S. S. Steele and the late or. Steele. She is a graduate of Duke University and a member of the Alpha Delta i sorority. Or. Redding is a son of mrs. T. H. Redding of Asheboro and the late or. Redding. He is a graduate of the University of North Carolina and is a member of the Kappa Alpha fraternity and the gorgons head. Al the present time he is employed As assistant general manager of Mccrary hosiery Mills. Inc. The time of the marriage has been set for sometimes in the late Winter. No other plans have been announced. I Eaf or inn nearly High Point coeds awarded Lear brings nearly s1 550 fr0m dama6e us t $17 Hundred pounds Parent teacher Council cites record membership at the bimonthly meeting of the High Point Council of parents and teachers held yesterday afternoon in the Elm Street school auditorium attention was called to the present record membership in the organization and the president of each Parent teacher association represented was called on to give her methods of handling the membership drive in that school to secure the Large number of new members. Mrs. Floyd Wilson Council president was in the chair and a letter was read from the state president mrs. Doyle d. Alley of Raleigh calling attention to plan for the meeting of the North Carolina Congress of parents and teachers being held in High Point april 17-19. Inclusive. Plans have been made to hold All business sessions in the first methodist Church since the ballroom of the Sheraton convention Headquarters does not have enough space. Letters were also read from mrs. J. G. Tingen District . A. Director and mrs. J. W. Burke state treasurer expressing appreciation for the local hospitality last fall when the District meeting was held in this City. Octo club meets with mrs. Snotherly the octo club was entertained tuesday evening. November 28 at the Gibson club room by mrs. Bill Snotherly. The meeting was in charge of miss Mayna Allen president for a Short business meeting plans were discussed for a Christmas i dance. Miss Allen serving As chairman of committee to he assisted by misses Doris Barksdale land Anna Mae Reeves and mrs. Snotherly. Afterwards Bridge was enjoyed by All the club members As i Well As mrs. Joe Hassell guest of club. Mrs. Harry Brooks was awarded a spinet ump for excelling in the game and miss Anna Mae Reeves second High a Novelty vase. Slot machine War declared Asheboro police Starl drive on illegal boards special to the Enterprise Asheboro nov. 29. A Tho Asheboro Board of commissioners has instructed chief of police Dewey c. Bulla to begin an immediate Check of a la Coin operated Slot machines in the City for their legality. Operators of such machines Are to he warned to remove All illegal pin Boa is and other machines failing to comply with the Law. Failure to observe this order will result in prosecution. It has come to the attention of the Board that some machines licensed for operation in Asheboro Are in reality illegal machines and Many Are paying off in Cash. The Hoard called Atten fion to the state Law which permits the operation of Slot machines for amusement Only but said that machines paying off in Cash or merchandise directly or indirectly. Are against the Law. Two big games Redwine hardware will clash with Triangle and Beeson will meet Adams Milis in the Industrial basketball league tonight at the y. M. C. A. The first game will Start at 7 of clock Between Beeson and Adams Millis. Pull the trigger on i constipation and pepsin when constipation brings on acid indigestion bloating dizzy spells coated Tongue sour taste and bad breath your stomach is probably loaded up with certain undigested food and your bowels done to j move. So you need both pepsin to help i break up fast that Rich undigested food in your stomach and laxative Senna to pull the trigger on those Lazy bowels. So be sure your laxative also contains pepsin. Take or. Caldwell s laxative because its syrup pepsin helps you that won laxative Senna moves your bowels. Tests prove the Power of pepsin to dissolve those lumps of i undigested protein food which May linger i in your stomach to cause belching gastric acidity and nausea. This is How pepsin Izig your stomach helps relieve it of such distress. At the same time this Medicine wakes up Lazy nerves and Muscles in your bowels to relieve your constipation. So see How much better you feel by taking the laxative that also puts pepsin to work on that stomach discomfort too. Even finicky children love to taste this pleasant family laxative. Buy or. Caldwell s laxatives Senna with syrup pepsin at your druggist today about people miss Lois Welborn will leave Early tomorrow for Raleigh where she will spend thanksgiving Day with or. And mrs. Glenn Southern. The latter her sister. She expects to return Home Tomor Row Ming to help prevent colds developing use this specialized medication at first warning sniffle or sneeze. Icks a Rohol the swing club met at the j Louie of Mia Catherine car Miichael on Howell Street Mon a evening the meeting taking lie form of a sew ing Circle miss j Lea Over Ash president Presto Dover a Short business meeting which time it was decided j <11 to hold t next meeting at the Home of mis Kathryn a Venn on West Ray Street. Irater in the evening the hostess. Assisted by her Mother. Served refreshments to the following members misses Bea overcast. Dorris Bowers Mildred hut bins Kathryn Wrenn Mary Jensen Lillian Welsher Catherine Carmichael and mrs. Sigma set i is is Iii with 107 Briggs Wem a Pawtucket Rocker a perfect gift their old fashioned comforts a very Good reason Why a a Pawtucket rockers Are always in season sex posed Wood parts a solid Honduras mahogany /s22-50 3.00 down�?4.00 per to. In Fig is to amp a. "5 in Reserve yours now 46a�femain St. Phone 4260 $ i t t t t t i i i j a t i t t $ $ i i j i $ i i i $ i i i a Walter i. Hargett or who is now connected with the Tribune Asheboro newspaper will arrive Early tomorrow to spend thanksgiving with his Mother. Mrs. W. J i. Hargett on Johnson Street. Pm Dan Arden jr., has returned to his Home her after spending several weeks in Bainbridge j ga., where he has been Recupero i rating from an appendectomy which he underwent while visiting his grandmother mrs. T. I. Battle. His friends will be glad to learn that he has completely recovered from the operation. So mis Myrtle Poore a teacher in the Southport schools. Is expected to arrive Here late today to spend the Holiday week end with i or. And mrs. M. To Hicks sr., at their Home. 322 West Russell Street. Miss Pooie is a Niece of it or. And mrs. Hicks. A mrs. J. F Der in id of Hendersonville arrives this afternoon to spend the thanksgiving holidays Vii her Mother. Mrs. Charles Weedon at 317 South Hamilton Street. Mrs l. G. Monroe influenza at her Home Avenue. A mrs. A s. Bradley of 821 North main Street is leaving today for Bedford. A. To attend the funeral of her aunt. Miss Charlotte Turner who died there yesterday. Wow or. And mis. T. R Ballard and Little daughter Mary Lane will spend thanksgiving Day near mount Gilead with or. Ballard a parents. Or. And mrs b. J. Ballard. They will leave Early to Norrow morning la. P. Mardi is in new York City where he is registered at the hotel new yorker. A or. And mrs. Bernie Gomo of Barre. Vermont who have been guests in the Home of the former a brother Kelman Gomo and mrs. Gomo since sunday will accompany them to the Carolina Vii Ginia football game tomorrow at Chapel Hill. They expect to leave Friday for their Home in Vermont. A see friends of mrs. J. Vav Hicks and Small son will regret to learn that Are very ill at their Nome 1305 Forest Avenue e e e mrs. Mabel Burnett local girl scout executive will spend the thanksgiving Holiday tomorrow in Reidsville where she will be guest of miss Hattie l Mintier. So will return to High Point Friday. Market loses this afternoon for thanksgiving holidays special to the Enterprise Winston Salem nov. 28.�? tobacco sales on the Market Here yesterday totalled approximately 1.200,000 pounds and the average Price was nearly $17 a Hundred. Pri for wrapper grades com inned High some piles Selling As High As $69 a Hundred. The season poundage was brought to approximately 43,000,000 pounds. The Market closed this afternoon for the thanksgiving holidays it will open next monday morning at 9 of clock. Some of the Best sales made yesterday were As follows s l. White 432.-26. And 406 20 Cohsman and a. 110 43, 82 35. And 92 23 j p Gann 64 >23. 22>33. 62 it 40. 26 9 55. And 24 �60, q t Childre. 50 67. To 163. 90 <42. And 86 it 35 Leo. Suthpin. 48 it 25. 150m24q. And 204 4 32 k r Ingram 130 it 18 172 <23. And 156 <28 get Lambert 254 �27. And 112 .29 m j. Young. 42 it it 49, 50 o 40. 122 a 30 and 204�21q m Nicholson. Too a 36. And 444 27 f e. Srisaman. 106 34, 106 >31, and 204 >27 c. Hayworth 200 <>25. And 186 a 29. Claude Shore 40 a 59 74 to 60, 16 64. 50�t32. And 90 >30 b Kennedy. 8 it 50. 42 >46. 124 a 50. 82 <25. And 286 �23>b j. E Hazel Wood. 178 it it 18q, 256 >21 it a. And 124�t 39 Shelton and Taylor 334 <27 Sisk and Vance 16 50. 52 a 59. 126 it 33 134 it 23. And 274.�22 prank Hiu 102�31, 118 <>27, and 186 <23 a. G Dewey. 48 a 58. 52c� 56. 24 it 53. 130 a 38. And 13627 d. C. Lapin. 172 23194 <27. 170 <>32. And 168�36, Stinson and a 14 -59. 76i38. 58 <33, 94 -33. 52 -28. And 120o 28 Harold Payne. 58 <20>a. 26�27, 52 26. 20 28 44 it 26. 14 .37. And 44 .21, c m. Mcghee. 176 it it 17, 102 >26. 140 34. 160 >39 56�50. And 30�>55 Jim Stanley 32 48. And 244<-> 25. J. O. Murphy. 104 it 60.�?~ 322 it 28, 342. 26, and 294 20. D c Myers. 24�> 65. 28 a 6220 a 55, 18 n 49, 28 43, and 86 >31. Special to the Enterprise Greensboro. Nov. 29. A a jury in Greensboro Superior court late yesterday awarded to three High Point College coeds judgments aggregating $1,550 for injuries sustained in an automobile Accident on november 2f. 1938. The award was against Joe t. Carruthers jr., administrator of the estate of Floyd Stanton Cio organizer stationed in High Point at the time of the Accident. Harriet Berry was awarded $.�?T>00, Ruth Granger Phillips $300, Aud Ruth Merelyn Thompson $750. The girls were Riding in a car driven by l. C. Berry when it collided with Stanton s car near High Point and Stanton was killed. I red j. I dimm k born at residence or. And mrs. John w. Ruddock who live on Highway 61 near Archdale announce the birth of a son. Fred Joseph at their Home. Or. Ruddock is connected with the automatic sprinkler company. A new 200-Miles pipe line in Hungary will carry crude Oil from the Lisp Fields to Budapest. Thet put is a in the f Middle my m t a of a we Chow the tit Tot m the hots governor chm pm pot a a St is the Middle of Manhattan a and Yos la want to to Thoro too when Yon Corno to now York who Thor it banned or a pietism that brings you your m la the Conter of things at Tho a governor Clinton a few skin m Aloe to times Square to Tho a. Fifth Are Nae shops across the a Street for Pennsylvania and Long Laland trains while my b be o motor coaches and a a Quot 5lh a Reno Bassos Stop at a the door. Writ for Booklet Center a secret of or. Kildare a his newest adventure Lew Ayre thrill and loves with Loraine Day Lionel Barrymore Helen Gilbert and Nat Pendleton. Features at 1 45�?3.39�? 5 36�?7 33-8 30 e a. Broadhurst a a two Bright boys Jackle Cooper Freddie Bartholomew dont miss this one it great features at i 203 t5�?5 30�?7 25�?9 30 a a Paramount a daughter courageous a a Good laugh with a great cast pria cilia Lane. John Garfield Jeff Lynn Claude Rains. Fay Bainter Gale Page. Dick Foran and Frank Mchugh. Features at 1.00-3 00-5 00-7 00-9 10. Rialto a Dodge a great action thriller filmed in technicolor with Errol Flynn. Olivia dehavilland Ann. Sheridan and Alan Hale features at la 38-1.34-3.30-5.26-7 .22-9 18. Notice to enable our employees to enjoy a half Holiday we will close at noon thanksgiving Day our patrons Are cordially requested to phone in extra orders Early. Last delivery la a. M. Lindale Dairy i Ori. 4 Lex l it Dhami dairies. Inc

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