High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 6 1939, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 6, 1939, High Point, North Carolina A Titre High Point Enterprise Piedmont Tenter of Industry High Point North Carolina Friday. October 6. 1930 . Egg Jug Quot a up j social and club activities opens season phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a. M. To 12 m. With Barbecue entre Nous entertained at initial fall meeting by mrs. Z. I. Walser Ine Hoover editor a i. Wilson reviews autobiography of Gerber for Tea and topics club i Prill car try a Surv. The a lira pin k him i1 Ria was so for the ten and topics it mrs. I Nass in Wilson of a St fail meeting held yes at Tho Home or mrs. J. T. R in Archdale or fill and interesting the Ira found the life of the Low n lib wih Merican nov to Boca us. Lier family of to her becoming an Dost a turned to writing g out As a newspaper reworking for a year and a in $.1 a week site is now it hoi of 2 it boo. Including boat a a so a come Jet it a Alt Bough she has .,1 extensively. Mrs. Wilson 4p1 w it my deals aim with America and Amin miss Ferber s own she said her Hest Short a the Lay old Short business session preceded the program. Elu sively Erica us. Opinion Story is in a which members voted to give to the High Point College Library the books studied by the club last year. Dahlias and roses in profusion decorated the Home and a salad i course with Coffee was served to the following mesdames Oscar Wilson Horace Ragan sr., Horace Ragan jr., Clifton Pearson. And miss Annie Petty visitors i mesdames s. S. It i Logau Porter. R. J a. Douglas j. I i Vassie Wilson. E of v. . H. See rest a. Humphreys j. S. Wall and j. T sex k. Marsh dub members. F. A. Clubs hear discussions of National situations at meetings Els were Given out for the clubs games party to he held at Blair Park clubhouse next thursday with arrangements under the direction of misses Ellen Jensen Lucille Cranford. Elizabeth Ellis and Clarke Osborne. Stan Conrad of the local radio station spoke to the Jolly y club Jon a the european situation a following his presentation to the i club by the president miss lil a Iran Weisner. Among the startling statements he made was that i Germany would have sold Poland i air planes three months before the i War if Poland had had Money to buy. He warned members against j taking War propaganda too seriously saying a it is Only partially a Short business session was followed by the serving of refreshments to is members. The next meeting will be held at the hut on thursday october 12. Yesterday afternoon they a Cirl club another w. A. Club met at the hut to hear miss n in the third a or a series of lectures on personal Vapours i emblems. Jam followed and refreshments were served. See y w. R. A clubs heard. Ions of current events last St their regular weekly j a held at the y. W. J Henry a. White chairman International relations or j int of the North carolina1 Hon of women s clubs to the live yets club on �a1 of the Aims embargo no the position of both Iso is and those in favor of Ash and carry plan. An j Sci Sal on followed miss Wright Chih president. The chair. Club received two new in misses Martha to Yeiso Ira Mickey and four vis aliases Margaret min Craig j Wain Cath teen Wall and mane Man attended. Tick-1 est colds to relieve distress easily quickly us Throat a a Josephine a it a k a i or a a of j a ii of it ii with it _ mud in s out of i Mothes pop Staton Lambeth marriage solemnized september 30 announced in City today of interest to friends is the announcement of the marriage of miss Vera Staton of this City to Eugene Lambeth of this City and Norfolk. A which was solemnized saturday september to. The vow it a were spoken before Rev. F. In. Cannon at Chortes Flold. S. C., who used the ring ceremony. Mrs Estelle Adams mrs Annie Mac Hartley and miss Gertrude Stroud accompanied the couple to South Carolina and witnessed the ceremony for which the Bride wore a tailored suit of Navy Blue with Matching accessories. Her shoulder Corsage was of Sweet and Gardenias Beth is the youngest mrs Maggie Staton e. By. Staten of this or. Lambeth Par and mrs. A. T. Lam Ston Salem. The your re Ald lug at hoi it Norfolk v a. Heart Rosei daughter i and the la City whip cuts Are m Beth of by pie Are it i Ira u by Sti or. Williamson is speaker at meet of Johnson St. P t. A. Church social in my Harper it lass enjoys Tai by Ivy hey the Home of mrs. Roscoe Sowers on Woodrow Avenue was the scene of the monthly business and social meeting of the Mary Harper Philathea class of the main Street methodist Church last evening when the event took the form of a Tacky party. Mrs. Lee White was associate hostess at this time. Mrs. Frank Aliman president j was in the chair and the devotional was led by the teacher mrs. Vav. A. Harper. Routine business followed and afterwards prizes were awarded to those winning in the contest Tor the talkies costume mrs. R. A. Wilson winning first prize while mrs. Roy Kearns was awarded the second prize. Contests and games then furnished entertainment under the direction of mrs. R. A. Wilson and mrs. M. T. 11 irk a. Jr., Aud prizes were won by mesdames Lee White and Ray Nance and misses Helen Lee and Lillie Oldham. Presents from the a a pals were then distributed among the members and plans for the next social. Which will take the form of a kid party and will he held at the Home of mrs. Roy Kearns in november completed the meeting. Atherine i cd. Ass i Eli meet the Catherine Gill Bible Clas i of Welch memorial Church will Nieset tonight at 7 3u of clock at the Church hut. Hostesses will he mrs Earl Shoaf and mrs. J. W. Boggs. Fidelis class la is 8eitember meeting the Fidelis class of the first Baptist Church held its regular j monthly meeting on tuesday a evening with mrs William p. I Beck in Thomasville new officers for the year were installed As follows president mrs. M. F. Grooms first vice pres i ident mrs. R. Vvs. Chamblee second vice president mrs. Marvin Shields third vice president. Miss Edna Patterson fourth vice president mrs. Vav. Howard secretaries. Messes . A Goldsmith and e. F. Proffit assistant seere Jary. Miss Olean Patterson treasurer. Mrs. Wayne russet reporter or. L. J. Monroe group captains mesdames d. B. Wright Frank Caldwell Fleet Lewis and . J. Carter. Following the business mrs. E. Zetzman gave an interesting 1 talk on a Church after which refreshments w Ere served by the hostess to the Twenty six members Aud one visitor pres Jent. J Tri e seek in it meet this evening the True seekers Clas of the first Baptist Church will meet with mrs. John Reavis at her Home 611 Chestnut Street this evening at 7 30 o�?Tclock.,All members Are urged to attend this meeting it was announced this morning. Aaa a. A. U. W. State Board meets in Winston Salem Winston Salem oct. 6the plans for the year will he discussed Here tomorrow at a meeting of the state Hoard of the North Carolina division of Tho american association of liver sity women. The Sedgefield Hunt opened its season yesterday when about 27 Hunt members met at the Wedgefield stables for an informal ride through the newly cleared bridle paths and trails in and around Wedgefield to return to the stables for a Barbecue supper. Additional members of the Hunt joined the riders for supper and guests were Farmers of the Vicinity. With their families who were invited As a gesture of appreciation for their allowing the Hunt to Hunt Over their land. An invitation was also extended to the Farmers to join them for Hunts during the season. Following supper the hounds were loosed for a Hunt running one red Fox to Earth and chasing another until a late hour. The first scheduled Hunt of the season will he held from the stables at 7 a. In. Saturday october 14. Household arts club meets with mrs. E. Grissom mrs. F. Grissom was hostess to the household arts club at her Home on East Green Street last evening for the clubs regular meeting. Mrs. Grissom presided Over a Brief business session which preceded a social hour with contests carrying out the halloween Motif emphasized in the decorations. Dahlias and roses predominated in the Floral appointments and a salad course was served by the hostess assisted by her daughter Ann to the following mesdames j Sam Dutton t. G. Shelton. V. D. I Sale. Or j. H. Worn bus. Fred l. J Ingram Minnie Hinkle j. R. Montgomery and n. E. Russell. Vincent Sheean opens a Cunt lectures tomorrow so Aktas t new Coats is in. Rinds of con c not Lall goad shades. Pope Lar prices k a. What ers. Skins port jackets. \ in est models in i fats. Krliu Stilt s in Black i All Good , s2.95 up Moffitt s 17 Noeth main St. J the regular lecture series at the woman a College of the University of North Carolina Greena a Bro. Begins tomorrow night at 18 30 of clock when Vincent Sheean Ace foreign correspondent Speaks on Els International exp i hence i Sheean a latest Jaunt was to Mexico where he observed first a hand the penetration of nazi and i communist doctrines South of the Rio Grande. A Well known reporter. He has written two books about his reporting experiences j a personal history Sod a not j peace but a he is also i the author of several novels. Thomasville girl scouts to alternate in program of Church attendance special to the Enterprise Thomasville. Get. 6�?member of the girl scout troop no. 3 have made plans to attend the various churches in the City each sunday morning for the next several week. The group will attend the sunday morning service at the first presbyterian Church next sunday when the pastor. Rev Samuel a Wiley will preach a special Young i people Sermon. I East Friday night the same j group were special guest at the i main Street methodist Church and on last sunday morning visited the first Baptist Church. Mrs. Z i. Walser entertained members of the entre Nous club at a delightful meeting at her Home on Greenwood drive yesterday afternoon when the club held its initial meeting of the fall and Winter season. On the arrival of the ladies they were shown into the spacious living Loon which was colourfully Altru sans plan perfect attendance of District meeting this week end Marks a red letter occasion for the Helgn Point Althusa club which is planning a too per cent attendance at the tenth annual conference of second District clubs being held at the Robert a Lee in Winston Salem this evening and tomorrow. The majority of the membership will attend the Buffet dinner being held on the roof Garden of the Robert e. Lee hotel this evening at 7 of clock with a program of entertainment following. Registration hours will be from 7 to to of clock in the hotel conference Headquarters. Tomorrow morning activities begin with registration from 8 to 9 of clock followed by breakfast in the Blue room Aud the business session will formally open at in of clock with miss Eva Wall District governor of Winston Salem in the chair. Panel discussion on vocational education and non partly a Public affairs will get underway at la Aud the memorial service for deceased members will follow. The luncheon will be held at the Forrest Hills smoke House from i until 3 of clock with or. Edith Nelson first vice governor of Richmond va., presiding. Service at Salem College at 3 30 of clock and a Gaffe klatch in the Salem Library will precede the formal banquet at 7 30 of clock in the hotel ballroom when the principal feature of the evening will he an add Cess by mrs. Dessalee Ryan Dudley of Battle Creek midi., newly elected International president. Mrs. Marla Caddell local president will head the local delegation and the clubs official Delegate will be miss in i Vve Horn. Who holds the office of District representative the others composing the 35 in the membership will attend some of the various sea Aion. Arranged with a variety of fall Flowers. Here a lengthy business session was held when mrs. J. Vav. Harris was elected to the presidency of Tho Chih to succeed mrs. J. A. Morris whose resignation was tendered at this time. Other officers chosen along with mrs. Morris at the final meeting of the Spring Are mrs. L. R. Terry vice a president and mrs. J. F. Hayden Secretary. Boston Rook furnished entertainment. According to the custom of the club being in play at 4hree tables and when cards were put aside the hostess served a delectable salad course and accompanying refreshments. Club members present for this meeting were mesdames s. Clark. R. S. Cummings. J. Vav. Harriss j. F. Hayden a. B. Overman. A m. Rankin a. E. Tate Fred n. Tate l. R. Terry and the hostess while guests for the afternoon included mrs. E. A. Wright and or. Silas Casey. Jr., red Cross Council at Elm St. School meets the Junior red Cross Council of Elm Street school held its regular meeting in the school auditorium on wednesday. Reports were Given by Grade representatives and patrol boys and Junior nurses of the school gave a play depicting the service nurses Render the school. A report on the Community Chest drive in the school was to the effect that the children contribute Over $16. The program was under the direction of Mary Joanne Loftin program chairman. The devotional was read by Betsy Williams. Three boys from mrs. Kelly a Grade recited a poem and songs were Given by miss Chat Leldo a and miss butlers rooms. Six boys from miss Mccrary a room told of the work being done on marionettes in the room. Nancv Ian Sumner born at Home Here or. And mrs. R. R. Sumner of 800 Snow Street announce the birth of a daughter Nancy Loa on october 2 at their Home. Family finish the finest laundry service available mat work. Milf. W earing apparel .18c la. Minimum bundle. .$1.00 Roth proo cola sic j in phone 3398 High Points Only soft water laundry to relieve Kniffly head cold misery a put just �?o2 drops in each nostril Poirk a tag. Try Pene Trono Oross Spring flowering bulbs extra Fine locally grown Daffodil bulbs. The Best top size Tulip and hyacinth directly imported from Holland. Place your requirement now. Free bulb list on request. Or. D. B. Carrick North main at Mon lieu phone Psi Sheraton hotel Tat la room imm in a. A banquet service the finest facilities for private dinners luncheon Bridge parties Etc. Special menus reasonably priced. Phone Stem Ard or manager 3875 be Thrif a so see this in Tationa new 1940 Model. The Gas Range you have been waiting for. You owe it to yourself to tee these sensational new magic chefs. Investigate the life time Burner guarantee. Come in during our a old stove round up. You la see the Best Gas Range values in America today terms $5 Down a $10 for your old stove �?24 months to pay balance Duke Power company 233 South main Street phone 2100 the Johnson Street school Par it teacher association held ii St meeting thursday evening t the school. A Large number of j Arent were present to hear a avel talk by or. O c. William on. Pastor of the first pres Hyte a recent trip to Mush for the India s famous doctor Lowers Rian Church or the West indu evening a f Dorothy to Kin Cronstedt. Men school music or the attend am by miss a Twat for having the Parent present Rinshed by miss and Gail n. Ira of the City in tent. Award a won s second Grade Gesi number of a annual Brunswick Stew at Springfield Church i wednesday of next week the annual Brunswick Stew j sponsored by the woman Aux j j Liaty of the Springfield friends j Church will be held at the Church Ion wednesday october la from \ i six to eight of clock according to i an announcement made yesterday. It and the general Public is invited to attend and enjoy the usual tempting menu. Tile serving hour will he from six to eight of clock and the ladle will be in charge of the serving i of plates which May he secured i for a reasonable charge. Proceed will go into the auxiliary Treasury. About people Paul Leonard who has been very ill in the Gity memorial to ital at Winston Salem a removed to his Home near Kernersville yesterday and is improving satisfactorily it this time it a reported today. St so a w. Folger property Appal or with the Home owners loan corporation of a Greensboro i at a tending the state real estate convention in Charlotte today and tomorrow a a a j. P. Laffoon of the creative print shop left last night for new York where he will attend the graphic Art exposition. While i Here he will also attend tin worlds fair Aud expects to i return the Middle of next week. Waltz or around again no. I Don t feel dizzy at All any More since in be Bern using Gen sen. Yes ifs 100% High blood in s out pressure of 6 cases Over 5,000 Here using Gen Send or Perry of India recent in lowered the blood pressure in 5 out of 6 cases with a a gun sen a Mats a famous Herb tonic Tes. Yes most of the aches pains at Iff Ness soreness Aud lameness of stubborn rheumatism sciatica neuritis. Arthritis and gout Are caused by excess uric acid. Which Are expelled by a Gen sen guaranteed remedy or Money Back Quick come sir marvelous window True to Llfra demonstration regular Price is s3. 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