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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 5, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Age ?1\�?sec. Athe High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Hatch Point North Carolina to urn to Ortoli a s. 1939 social and club activities Adeline Hoover editor Garden school speaker mrs. P. W. Flagge reviews history of Poland at mid week study club meet phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a. M. To 12 m. ,.v.v/.%v.v.v.v.,.v.v.v.v.v�v.v.vasw�v.,.w.,.w.,.v.v.vdl National business women s week is served by Bpwe at dinner meeting a special Prosi am in observes of National Busine worn a a week being observed oc-3cr 8-14, featured the october a Wner meeting of the High lint business and professional amen Luh Beld last evening the private dining room of in i i a cd ii Del Ila keeping with the theme of National Celebration of worn a week a Aioo years of worn i Progress a the table decorate scheme featured tiny covered Lions and miniature Antonio fes and streamlined trains to Ipha Cize the p rough out. He dub collect opened the Felting James club president pre Sieland miss Ferol Green. Pub special music by mrs John Miller accompanied by mrs. Charles w. Mcanally followed. Mrs. Miller Sang a the Kerry dance and a the last Rose of summer a mrs James told of an invitation from the Asheboro club to a banquet in that Community on monday. October 16. When that dub officially observed National business women a week. In View of the fact that this banquet Falls on the regular business meeting Date the club voted to postpone their meeting until the following wednesday october 18. Announcement was also made of the mid year Council meeting at Sedgefield november 11-12. The attendance prize was won by miss Carrie my Girt. The evening frn to chairman was in c Harge j introduced by mrs w. B. Garth program. She introduced Ter and in addition to mrs Kirk a. J. A Kirkman prominent Man and mrs. Miller who a i woman who made an inter a pc ared on the program included ins talk on a women of Pion j misses Marguerite Curry. Mar a Days in High Point and1 the Bobbitt and Florence Joyner Topian study club has first fall leafing with mrs. Harry Alexander members of the Flop in study on the Book. Quot my memorial social Calendar i Hirsi a 8 p. weekly Buffet supper a novel feature on the Emerywood country club Calendar will be held at the clubhouse. Reservations must be made by nine in the morning of this Date and members Are permitted to bring guests in Observance of a guest month at the club. Friday 10 30 a. West Emerywood Garden club will meet with mrs. J. Sanders Dallas 1119 rotary drive with or. D. B. Carrick As speaker. Members Are Avike to note change in Date for this meeting. 3 30 p. Philomath pan club will hold its initial fall meeting at the Home of mrs. Frank Hunsucker ?0 9 Hillcrest drive. 3 30 p. Rn.�?. Mrs. Hoke Bullard will entertain the Canterbury club at her Home 1104 Forest Hill drive. Mrs. H. A Brockmann will be in charge of the program at this time. Ghosts of happier Day of a country which now lies devastated and divided wore called up by mrs. P. W. Flagge yesterday afternoon in a paper on a a Poland delivered of the initial fall meeting of Tho mid week study club held with mrs. John if Biggs at the Rowella apartments. The history of Poland her people. And customs passed in review As mrs. Flagge outlined the Many changes through which the country has passed. Her descriptions were made Mote graphic by Tho use of coloured posters and of booklets and pamphlets. Much of her material came from books by Grace Humphreys an authority on Poland and she read a letter from this author which cast further Light on the country a history. In concluding mrs. Flagge. Who had it listed the Many different Flag which at various times have flown Over polish soil said that there a always been a Poland in the hearts of Lier people regardless of War and Conquest and that there probably always will be. The meeting was presided Over by mrs. John Eshelman vice president who read a poem on autumn prior to mrs. Flagged stalk. It was announced that the remainder of the year will he devoted to programs on South America. Fall Flowers Gladioli and roses in varied colors predominating were used for Dei oration. Following the program mrs. Biggs served a salad plate followed by an ice course to to members and the following visitors mesdames Harvey Mills. A. B. Conrad j. La. Kellam e. T. Howard p. Y. Adams c. S. Grayson and George i Lover. A enjoyed an attractive meet yesterday afternoon at thei Lee of mrs. Harry Alexander 12 rotary i club s activities for the fall and Ber season. In arrival the ladies Wert Ved a delectable salad course the hostess and afterwards a of Hoij inc a held 111 the prot a it. M a a i cd Nee a ton in the chair plans for the j Iris activities and program were la mount in the discussion and1 inward mrs Alexander the kens took charge of the prom according to club custom. She gave an interesting review written by mrs. Woodrow Wilson As the initial study of the year. Or. Herbert Wall of Hollywood calif., was a visitor for the afternoon Aud club members present included mesdames John s. I i,o5t. J i. Broome. Valette j. Harris Henry Foscoe Jesse Washburn. Herman Smith. W. B. Thomas. Rodney Snow. L c. Mat ton j. H Walker jr., Roland t. Holton and the hostess. T officers of the utopian club this year elected at Tho final meeting of the Spring include in addition to mrs. Mat ton. Mis. Jesse Washburn vice president mrs. Boland t Holton Secretary and mrs. J. H Walker jr., librarian. Mrs. Jay s. Hohn recent Bride feted by mrs. Chas. Byrd ent Ieth Century club s program Fures talk on West coast trip hrs. E. D. Henderson enter Vontury study Hub St her Home Ted member of Iii. Wuu Noih Ltd drive be Corday after a a noon at a delightful luncheon a a meeting when mrs w. F free Man was in charge of the pro i Gram and gae an interesting a i round of a recent trip to the West i coast. J the ladies were invited into i the dining room where they were i served from an attractive tables entered wish mixed Flowers in i artistic arrangement Aud after i Ward found their places at Small j fables grouped in the uvin Groom. J mrs Freeman in her usual i charming manner gave details concerning a trip to California which she with or. Freeman. I made during the summer when mrs Charles Byrd entertained with an attractive party at her Home Here last evening with a Bridge Shower to compliment mrs. Jay Hohn. Who before her re i cent marriage was miss Evelyn Lackey of this City on arrival guests found their place at three tables arranged in the living room where Bingo was in play in a setting of autumn Flowers. After play was concluded mrs. Hohn a presented with a Shower of miscellaneous gifts. An let course was later served to misses Elizabeth Teague Dor Bothy Magnin Virginia Hill. Ruth i Laughlin Doris Clinard. Marfa ret Cook learn e Lindley and mesdames pm Thomas and o. Lackey the latter Mother of lbs honoree to of cos spa mrs. Clark Back from new York i mrs. L r. Clark returned tuesday night from new York City after a abort stay. She drove up last thursday with her daughter Gertrude who has returned to resume her studies with or Clarence Dickinson at the school of religious music Union Theo logo a1 Seminary while in new York mrs. Lark Alice Morran Carson. Miss Alice Morgan Carson Well known landscape architect of Greenwich conn., who is one of the outstanding speakers on the program of the fifth state Garden school in session it the woman s College of the University in Greensboro this week miss Carson for the last ave years has been lecturing on Flower arrangements before Garden dubs in various parts of the country As far West As Denver and a a far South As Palm Beath. She has received Ntim emus awards including the Fen Wick medal of the Garden club of America. She is a graduate of Smith College and of the Smith a Oliver graduate is Hool of architecture and landscape Archit i lure. The Garden school whih is being sponsored by the University Extension division in collaboration Wuh the Garden club of North Carolina is featuring % Short course for Flower show exhibitors and judges sessions will continue through thursday mrs. J. E. Stratton is shown birthday Courtesy at informal party Here a Surprise party was tendered mrs j k Stratton a her Home on Hodgin Street monday evening to Observance of her birthday. When mrs. Clark Brewer and miss Gentry served a associate hostesses. Guests arrived at the Home in a group and presented the honoree with Many attractive birthday gifts in a Surprise Shower approximately try guests were in attendance and e served fruits at the conclusion of the party. Woman club hears reports of Council meet while routine business pertaining to the machinery of the new club year consumed most of the Quot session of the meeting of be woman a club held yesterday afternoon at i he Blair Park clubhouse much interest and enthusiasm was brought from Hie state Institute and Council of woman clubs held at week in Raleigh both the president mrs. La in Sears and the Secretary mrs. H \ White reported the varied features of those meetings. The District meeting will be held in Draper on saturday of ibis week. October 7. Members who can attend Are requested to Telephone the president. Mrs. Ben Herman gave an ii laminating explanation of the purpose and value of the proposed family and children a Bureau. Showing How its work would dovetail into that of the other agencies participating in the Community Chest. Hostesses for the afternoon were mrs. Arthur Ellison and mrs. Sloan Gibson who served refreshing Tea mrs Grover Jones brought several effective Flower arrangements. Misses Holton Honor Bride mrs. Zeb Warner misses he a it a bae and Nell Holton entertained at their Horn tuesday night to Honor mrs. Zeb Warner who before Hor recent marriage was miss Regina Frost j Bridgeii in play at four tables Aud Hie Bride s place was marked with a Dainty nosegay of rosebuds. At the conclusion of play m is Danease Manley was awarded a package of cosmetic As High score prize to miss Eileen Thomas second High scorer went a double deck of card. Mrs Warner received a Shower of gifts from the guests hoi lift from the hostesses was a Sci of pottery. Church social fit Mitt us i Cass is Puhr tonight the go be item class of the Green Street Baptist Church xvii i have its regular meeting at supper at 7 o clock tonight at the Home of the teacher e. M. Blakely ibis Pagan Street members May bring their wives or friends. A is ii ii Dalf Vav. . Is. Toll Aye meeting tonight mrs. Jul. Amurat of Reidsville chairman of the spiritual i life group of the Greensboro District will be guest Yenkei at tile meeting of the woman a missionary society of Archdale methodist Church this evening at 7 3b when it meets with mrs. J. Sheffield in Archdale. All members Are asked to he in attendance to hear mrs am burst who is regarded As an interest my speaker Soith main i ing workers plan of Ting the willing workers class of South main methodist Church will hold their annual Weiner Mast at the Home of miss Maggie a Lien Stein Friday evening at 7 of clock and associate hostesses will he Misa ague. Pea ice and mesdames j. L. Prevatte and h. J. Luck members Ere asked to meet at the Church and go in a body to the place for the Outing. Peace Council to meet Friday peace Council no. 9. Daughters of America will hold their regular weekly meeting Friday eve. Ning at 7 30 of clock. Vii members Are urged to he in attendance to Complete plans for Tbs District meeting in Greensboro on october 14. \ \ vol in e birth of i daughter or. And mrs. Dalton Orr announce the Birt ii of a daughter Judith Dale on september 25, at their Home 327 Pickett Street. Spring flowering bulbs extra sup locally grown Daffodil bulbs. The Best top size Tulip and hyacinths direct imported from Holland. Place tour requirements now. Free bulb list on request. Or. D b. Carrick vim. i ,.l m in i in ii i la or Usi a Rifle at the first in. Quick use this specialized medication for the nose. Where most colds Start. Helps prevent colds developing. Vicks Vatro nol Sheraton hotel banquet service the finest facilities for private dinners luncheons Bridge parties. To. Special menus reasonably priced. Phone Steward or m Nager 3375 play was the. A. B Frost Frank Davis Flowers from others guests coming in after Bride s Mother mrs and Hgt r guests mrs m i s key is and m is. Uighur Dale. Mass. Included misses Josephine Gib a son Virginia Dixon Helen crowd j or Jean Rankin Eileen Thomas. Edith Vance Danease Manley Catherine Ellison Ann Pleasants. Margaret Shields. Betty idol Pauline Kennett and miss rach j a Taylor and or. Jack Jessup of Greensboro family finish the finest laundry service available Elal Ork. Or la. A earing apparel t my la. Minimum bundle. 91.00 �tttrt9h a or woo Aion. Phone 3303 Point of v Cut water Layport attended with her daughter Ait o san ret ital by Marcel Dupre organist Ai Sain s ii i pice Church. Paris France and professor of Organ at the pan conserva Tori the concert was held Iii Wanamaker auditorium. A so a it St new Coats Tat in. Black of course arum a Oil shades popular pricks n e a. Sweaters skins sport jacket. La. Jav % a 2 a i they attended the civitan Intel i National convention in Holly i Wood she gave her general in i pression of the Oil Fields of Tex i As. Crossing of the Rio Grande i into Juarez. Mexico the Indian Village of new Mexico and the j ancient Cliff dwellings near Gal hip new Mexico As Well As the i itinerant fruit pickers in the Apricot Orchards of Northern Cal i Ifonia which she saw in route she Aho told of their visit to j the Colden ate exposition sail Francisco world Lair where she i a particularly impressed with the unique chinese Telephone sex i Chance in Chinatown in Nevada j Hie speaker also witnessed the Gold slating operations at the j Gunstock lode in Virginia City i which she described vividly. She j illustrated her talk with photo i graphs taken during the tour to make her talk doubly interesting seasonable Flowers formed a j colourful setting in the entertaining rooms for the meeting. Saw Althusa Board dinner guests of miss Young the executive Board of the Ai i nusa club was entertained St a delightful dinner meeting last j evening prior to th1 regular Board meeting when miss in is. Mae Young vice president of the club was hostess St her a Home on Barbee Street. Dinner was served on the Arr of the guests at seven of lock and afterwards mrs. Marie Caddell president presided Over j Ibe discussion of business. Para i mount in the discussion was the i Hobby show which h the club is i sponsoring and the Dale was set As october is 20. Plans for attendance at the annual meeting of second District Althusa clubs i being held in Winston Salem tomorrow and saturday were Dis-1 cussed and it was revealed that the club will Hay a Hundred percent attendance at that meet ii tug 11 members present at the Board j meet ins were mrs Caddell. Misses leis Horn. Ethel Moxley Hazel Johnson Lucille Johnston and mrs Mary Hon rot Brock in addition to the hostess. Benefit dance High Point Lodge no. 693 Loyal order of Moose prese new John Peddicord and his orchestra featuring Reginald Marshall saturday oct. 7th, 1939 High Point armory English St. Admission a Foo a til. Pm had invited hats a 1 a Cunt alumnae latest mgt it a it is in hats i it i Sty i s in Blit pud ail Geoid shades $2.95 up Moffitt 217 North main St. Meeting next week attention i called to in it fact i the local alumnae of woman College University of North car i. Olina Greensboro will met on j thursday of next week instead of this evening As a announced in last nights Enterprise. The meeting will take place at i the Emerywood country club Ai 7 3b o clock k and alumnae Are ask i i to note that the meeting i Avn week in amp Una of i Cut a a Mug 42 Vehrs of Sam a seasons of life in the season of happiness Popw fibres their Joy in a sorrow fill season the Friendly sympathy of Othera must warm the hearts and Consol the minds of the bereaved. Anxiety a to a funeral s Cost should he allayed by competent Friendly advice that will How the Price depend solely upon the requirements and Hughes of those served by Sechrest. Those concerned about the Quality of service that enters their Homes should be told that our Privet Are no higher than Are charged fur funeral publicly known As Low priced. J in. Sechrest amp Sor this week end shop at the manufacturers outlet Golden starts Fri. Our manufacturer have furnished us with the grandest array of bargain for this Harvest Sale have yet been Able to offer so come prepared to buy plenty As Price will never be this Low again. Hosiery Filiti fashion three thread wingless 42 Sang run of the Mill Analar Vii rotors. Special for Harvest Sal for oui pair rugs a Felt him Unco Lurn Rug in i 12 it tile and Floral patterns air it spacial for Only $2.99 ladies Coats Mew 1.1 la coat for ladies in dress and sport i tilts Xuy new shades these Are marked special Tor or is Sale for univ ladies dresses v grand Purchase of la. D a silk dresses in solid Rolocut. % regular $2 on value it it to 44 for Only East to. Is of Ladik slips Adies Rison i Alfet Mips in Tea Rose Silex 14 to 44. Regular tee value. Special for Harvest Sale at Sach miss shirts men s fancy la of to Ltd la ii of with fused Collar. Fun color \ cry special fir Only girl s Coats x3. A i made of Fine fabrics with fur trim collars. Vii colors to a House from. To Elf is vie sizes i toll for Only millinery % grand roup of ladies new tall hats in hic and mat on it tales Xii colors regular 1 Oil value for mar lest Sale at Only Ray ii 574 blankets double bes is Indian cd sign Blanket. Price lint Fen Harvest Isle at Only Eaf la or knickers boys Corduroy Abd worsted knickers in All colors. Sizes to Iii is very special for this Sale for Only pair prints big table of How hide fast color print regular 15c Salin. Very special for Only. And sheeting 36�?T wide father it orge Allec Ting marked special for the Sale for Only Yard towels part Linen Kitchen towels in printed pattern in All colors. I hemmed % regular Loc value. Very special for Only each menus overalls menus rams Horn overalls in High and Low Hack Stiles. Prime Low for this tale or Only r Vin wac mud Jacj Ujima amp 122 North main a step from East Washington

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