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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 9, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Page six Sec. A the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point. North Carolina monday october 9, 1939 social and club activities vows announced about people Madeline Hoover editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a. M. To 12 m. Social Calendar or John Highsmith dentist Acks the opening of office of 12-4 h a Inin Hartm l Over Blandy a phone 41321 Spring flowering bulbs extra Fine Locell grown Daffodil bulb. The Ben top size Tulip and hyacinth do reel in. Ported from Holland. Place your requirement now. Free bulb mat on Beque. Or d. B. Carrick Sale Noxel Trykall sweaters just the styles and Shad is you Hale Hern waiting to buy at gise is in Ety Eger. .4 wonderful collection of All the new fall weaves Hope weaves. Hand a knits. Shetland la eaves. Or us h of ooh. Every new and wanted Shade. All go on Sale tomorrow at tuesday to a. High Point Garden club will hear a lecture on a a tulips by j. B. Ivey of Charlotte in the private dining room of the Sheraton hotel. Members May bring guests and Garden club members in the City Are invited. To a. Wayside Garden club meets with mrs. John Siceloff on North main Street with the hostess in charge of a program on a table 10 30 a. october meeting of the Junior service league will be held at the Emerywood country club with the Board meeting preceding it at 9 30 a. In. 3 p. . Phil Warner will be hostess for the ladies Bridge at the Emerywood country club. Reservations must be made in Advance at the club. 6 15 p. Alice Caldwell and Lucille Browne will present movies of a summer tour of the British Isles at the meeting of tile business and professional girls club at tile y. W. C. A. Hut. 4 30 p. In. The Althusa club will have a dinner meeting and program in the private dining room of the Sheraton hotel. 7 30 p. Rny the tuesday evening Garden club meets with mrs. J. I. Brame 1107 Lindsay Street. A. Coke Cecil will show pictures of gardens on exhibit during Garden tour week. Wednesday to a. Burbank Garden club will hear Ashley Ryther speak on a study of period furnishings a at the Tomlinson exposition building. 12 30 p. wednesday Book club will have a luncheon meeting with mrs. Kenneth Redman on Woodland drive 3 pm mrs. George Welch will entertain with a Bridge Tea to Honor miss bundle Thompson of Creedmore and miss Margaret Sears of this City brides elect of the week. The Tea will be held at the Home of mrs. M. J. Wrenn on Toad Street. 3 30 p. american Homes department of the woman a club will meet with mrs. R. H. Serh rest on South main Street for the first of a series of Home making lectures by miss Frances Mendenhall. 7 30 p. meeting of the executive Hoard and committee chairmen of the women of the Moose will be held at the Moose Hall. 8 p. . Willson Wallace of Greensboro and miss Alice Nesbit of Charlottesville va., will he hostesses at a dinner party St the Home of or. And mrs. K. B. Geddie to honer miss Margaret Sears Bride elect. Thursday to . A the girl scout Council will meet at the presbyterian Church. This is an important meeting. I p. first fall meeting of the Over the teacups club will be a luncheon at the Home of mrs. Oscar Durland on Parkway. 3 p. social arts club will meet with mrs e. Z. Jones at her Home on Mon lieu Avenue. 4 30 p. . And mrs. H. I. Sears will be Host Aud hostess at their Home Pickett fat lug the wedding of their daughter Margaret and William foil Michael jr., of Gastonia. 7 p. the october series of weekly Buffet suppers at the Emerywood country club will feature swedish smorgasbord. 7 30 p Point alumnae of woman College will hold their annual meeting at the Emerywood country club. Mrs. Mary Loath Stewart of the woman a College Art department will speak. Those planning to attend Are requested to Call mrs. J. W. Thomas. A Friday 3 p. Priscilla club will meet with mrs. Charles Perry on Sherbrook. 3 p. In. And 8 p. Benefit parties will he held at the Blair Park clubhouse by the american legion auxiliary reservations must be made by 9 a. In. Friday with mrs. W. J. Bennett or mrs. Jack Burris. Saturday 7 a. Sedgefield Hunt will hold its first scheduled live Hunt of the season from Sedgefield stables. Girl scout Council meets on thursday other scout plans fywv.v..v.w.nv/a\%vasw/av.v.,.v.v.v, sub Debs organize new social group have theater party the Clandestine Felicity club High Points newest sub Deb groups held its first meeting on saturday afternoon when the meeting proper was preceded by a local theatre party afterwards the members went to the Home of miss Christine Lentz in Westwood where final organization plans were completed. The club decided to hold biweekly meetings on tuesday evenings at 7 30 and miss Nan Clapp invited the members to be her guest at her Home on Oakwood court at the next meeting. Officers elected included miss Clapp president miss Peggy Teague vice president miss Dot Miller Secretary and treasurer reporter miss Mary Anne Thomas the personnel of the club is composed of misses Mary Anne Thomas Peggy Teague Barbara Matthews Mary Ann Coe. Dot Miller Betty Deane Knox Miriam Mccall Ruth Willard. Emin Ogene Shields. Mary Lou Cecil Christine Lentz. Nan Clapp mull Lut. Garnet Hinshon w. Frances Hedrick and Gloria lode Ron. A Emerywood s golfers invited to play in twin City tournament the twin City country club of Winston Salem this morning extended an invitation to the women golfers of the Emerywood country club to participate in the annual women s tournament there on october to. Play will get underway at one of clock and the tournament will he an 18-Hole Handicap event and prizes will be awarded for Low Gross and Low net a Tea in the clubhouse at ave Oclo Ltd in the afternoon will follow the tournament. The girl scout Council will hold an important meeting thursday morning at ten of clock at the presbyterian Church and Council members Are urged to make a special Effort to be in attendance. The Brownie pack will hold its initial meeting at the Little red schoolhouse at Ray Street school tuesday afternoon at 2 30 when reorganization plans will be perfected and brownies Are expected to be in attendance. The second session of the girl scout course a an introduction to girl scouting will get underway at the girl scout Headquarters on West Washington Street tuesday evening at 7 30 with mrs. Mabel Burnett local girl scout director i. Charge of the instruction period. Organization is progressing rapidly in the girl scout troops and three new troops with a personnel of forty four have a i -1 i Leady been organized at Johnson Street school w Ith misses sice j j Luff Hester and Steed of the faculty Asti top leaders. Plans j j Are being completed for the or a Guni Patlon of five others it Hool 1 i troops and will he announced at i an Early Date. Brides elect to i share honors Here aids were issued the latter part of the week by mrs. George i c. Welch to a Bridge Tea at which she will entertain on wed i tuesday afternoon to compliment j miss bundle Thompson of Creed More and miss Margaret scars. Of this City brides elect of the i week. Miss Thompson will become 1 the Bride of James Henry Thomp j son brother of mrs. Welch at the methodist Chrush in Creed More saturday night while miss Sears will wed William foil Michael of Gastonia on thursday afternoon in a Home ceremony j Here. The Bridge tet will be held at the Home of mrs Welchs aunt. Mis. M. J. Wrenn. On Broad Street and will get underway at three o clock friends of w. E. Lloyd of 218 Lindsay Street will regret to learn that he remains seriously ill at the Guilford general Hospital after suffering a heart attack two weeks ago. # mrs. A. F. Edwards and children Herbert and Earl spent the week end in Reidsville with or. Edwards who is employed with the Cut rate bargain store there. Or. And mrs. Garfield Robbins accompanied by mrs. A. A Holder and son Wade returned late yesterday from Roanoke va., where they were week end guests of or. And mrs. In a. Stout. 4 Johnson St. . A. Will sponsor Tea another of a series of Silver teas being sponsored by the Johnson Street Parent teacher association will be Given tomorrow afternoon at the Home of mrs. M. F. Grooms 13o3 Forrest Avenue. Hours Are from 3 to 5 of clock and proceeds will go to the school free lunch fund. The marriage of mrs. Lawrence e. Hess above who was formerly miss Mary Ellen Porter is announced today by her Mother mrs. I. J. Porter of sea Gate n. The the vows were confirmed at Edgewood. Winter Park n. �?T., on september 3b by the Rev. J. E. Allard. The bridegroom is the son of mrs. Water a mess Gelsler and the late Charles a. Hess of Salisbury n c. The couple now reside at 111 Oakwood court High Point. Thomasville woman s club sponsors series of children s plays Church social Wmk nth the i huh of son or. And mrs. Blanp Branson of Soi East Green Street announce the birth of a son. Ronald Dean on october i at the Guilford general Hospital. A a a girls in Birmingham. England. Bought their War wedding rings because their finances were too Busy to accompany them. I Eha nov methodist endeavoured meet the Young people s Christian j Endeavor society of the Lebanon methodist Church held its regular meeting yesterday at the i Burgh at which time a special program on the topic a influencing others for Christ a was led by miss Shirley Wei j. W. Montgomery gave an inspiring talk on the program theme Basing Rusiti As illustration Quot we Are a a lighted House on a Hill a and miss Annie Bryant Sang a Solo a i would be Mittie pm i lathe is Mee this evening tile Mittie Philathea class of Lebanon methodist Church will hold their regular monthly meeting this evening at 7 30 in the Church hut. All members Are asked to be Iii attendance and to bring their husbands who will lie special guests. Calvary Senu r i it is meet tonight the senior girls Clas of Alvar methodist Church will meet tonight at 7 30 unlock in the basement of the Church. New officers will be elected at that time and All members Are urged to attend Waud Strek a circles meet sponsor service Circle one of the woman a missionary soit Ety of Ward Street methodist Church will meet tonight at 7 30 at the Home of mrs. A t. Stanley on English Street while Circle four will hold its meeting tomorrow night at 7 30 at the Home of mrs. Glenn Dobey 1612 Ward Street. The woman a missionary society is sponsoring an illustrated lecture by Rev. M. Lambert wednesday evening at 7 30 at the regular mid week prayer service who will show pictures on the holy land. A daughters of Ehley have meeting tonight the daughters of Wesley class of the Calvary methodist Church will meet this evening at 7 30 of clock with mrs. Grace let and mrs Virginia Cranford on Woodbury Avenue All members Are a ked to be present Carolyn Ca Pentell Horn at Hovik Here or. And mrs. S. L. Carpenter announce the birth of a daughter Carolyn Maxine on october 2, at their Home. 202 Springfield Avenue this City. C. F. Parrish says Hen pastures Are just As valuable to the poultry-1 Man As cow pastures Are to the Dairyman for Outing feed costs and increasing returns. Buddy Matthews has children s party on his sixth birthday on saturday afternoon from 3 to 3 of clock. Mrs. Buck Matthews entertained St her Home on Circle drive in Honor of her son. Buddy. Celebrating his eighth birthday. The children enjoyed games and contests on the Lawn throughout the afternoon refreshments and favors effectively carrying out the halloween Motif were served to the following Carolyn Joyce Getzman. Carolin Mebane Betty Jean Beck Martha Jean Burton Jerry Bob Byrd. Bob Buie Yan Boles. John Moore Bullard. Clyde Connor jr., Betsy Chernault Billy Caughman. Ann Folger Jerry Furgurson Tom Henderson. I Hie Hayes. John Lindley. Patri Cia Massey Julia Timmons Moore j Melvin Perkinson. Jr., Charles and Albert Sawyer Betty Joe Snider Dian Snider Patsy Ann Swain. Patsy Ritchie Joanne Rothrock Barbara Ann Tillson. Chad Rogers reply Joe Smith. Donnie Charlotte Ann and Kath a Leen Vanman. Max Wilson Jim min Woolen. Bobby Younts Lester and Vernon Zimmerman and Freddie Perdue of Thomasville and Peggy Jan Clarke of Kernersville. Mrs. Matthews was assisted in entertaining the children by Miff Moss the Honoreen school teacher and mrs. Anne Gwim. Special to the Enterprise Thomasville Ort. 9�?Thomasville children will have the pleasure of seeing the English a play a Dick Whittington and his i cat a at the main Street school i auditorium tuesday afternoon at j 3 30. When the Clare tree major i theatre Tor children will present a the first in a series of three plays to he Given Here boder the aus spices of the Thomasville woman s club. I following this play on tuesday night two additional plays a Poca Hontas a to be Given on november 7 and a old King Colet to be Given Ion december 4. This is the first play of this kind to be Given for j the children and present indications Point to a capacity crowd at i each performance of the shows. Princesses of National Cotton festival a 9 to Here Ai a tin a apr inf a Quot chosen by six Southern states to represent them at Hie National t Olton i Estival in Greenville s. �?T., october i i -1 i. Three of them Hie descendants of presidents of the i nixed stall s. Top left to right Manila Harrison Guthrie of Memphis Tennessee so Princess a descendant of presidents William Henry Harrison and Benjamin Harrison Margaret t Ain of Columbia representing South Carolina descended from president Thomas Jefferson Beverly Anne Slotni get of Greensboro n. Cd a North Carolinas representative hoi Tom left to right Nancy Lee Trigg Calhoun of Atlanta. Georgia a Princess a descended from John c. Calhoun and in. Ilo Hort e. Lee Mary Thompson of Montgomery representing Alabama descendant of president John Adam Jmary Alice Brookshire of Meridian miss., the Mississippi a Princess the hog is the most efficient j meet producer since Only four to j i five pounds of dry matter Are re a quire to produce a Pound of gain. Enos Blair says the War in eur j rope makes it All the More desirable for North Carolina growers to sow Crimson Clover for Supply ing Domestic seed requirements next year. Scientist to lecture at College tonight noted author and lecturer on scientific subjects is director of science and education at the new York worlds fair. A science review will he the topic of the the regular series which 8 15 tonight opening lecture for High Point College will be delivered at in Robert Hall by or. Gerald Wendt. Or Wendt. While a Gardener was cutting a Lawn in Windsor Australia a Pelican flew Over him. Dropped a big fish at his feet and whooped a was. The Cost of living Index ii Shanghai Hina has increased 125 per cent in the last two years. Ease stiffly head cold discomforts quickly put just �?o2 drops in each nostril. Demand be Netro reelect mrs. Friddle As president ladies auxiliary of police mrs. W. A Friddle was reel cited president of the ladies auxiliary of the police department Friday night when the regular meeting was held at the Gib a son club room. Other officers Are mrs w. C. Johnson vice president mrs. K f. Ellington. Treasurer mrs i Lewis e. Williams Secretary and mrs. Clyde Hoover publicity i chairman. After voting to change the Tim of meeting from the first Frida to the first thursday in a month he ladies played Chin checkers and Bingo. Later r freshmen were served to i members and one visitor. Mrs. Monce is reported missing from her Home a. L. Monee 711 Mangum Avenue reported today that his if 55, has been missing from Thelt Home since saturday night. Or. Monee said that his if. Was five feet tall weighed but i tween 115 and 120 pounds a. I Light hair tinged with Grey. Whet i last see she had of a Black flowered dress. She was report i de to have been in ill health and j had no Money when she left j Home. If Throat All vegetable laxative makes Happy friends is sore if a cold has Given you a miserable sore Throat Here How to relieve the suffering. Cd do this now melt a Small Lump of rub on your Tongue and fee the comforting medication slowly Trickie Down your Throat bathing the irritated membranes a bringing blessed Relief where you want it when you want it. Of this tonight a rub Throat Chest with rub. Its Long continued poultice and vapor action loosens phlegm relieves irritation eases cough o ing invites Healing sleep. W rub thousands swear by this Way log Moffitt s Cli North main Street get Relief when they re Lazy inside and it Bas them headache bilious irritable upset a Quarter to a bail teaspoonful of spicy aromatic Black draught on your Tongue tonight a drink of water there you Are then this Alt vege. Abl laxative usually allow plenty of time for sleep acts thoroughly and gently Aud relieves constipation a headaches bilious Ness irritability. Bad breath Black draught s main ingredient is aug intestinal tonic laxative a which helps tone the intestinal Muscles. Millions of packages used prove it Merit economical. A 23 to 4o doses 25c, Sheraton hotel Crill room a to Geed feet banquet service the insult facilities for private dinners luncheons Bridge parties Ste. Special menus reasonably priced. Phone Siew and or manager i.173 of course mrs. Shockley uses Clover Brand Eju pasteurized Dairy products she insists on using Quot nothing but the Best Quot in All the demonstrations at the Enterprise cooking school a finest most sanitary Pasteur izing room i be seen Quot exclaimed mrs. Shockley after a visit to our modern Plant alls and floors of tile insure cleanliness at All times. Completely automatic no human hand will touch the products our Pasteur izing equipment is stainless steel insuring absolute purity always. Even air conditioned to insure Correct temperatures. We safeguard the health of the Community no expense has been spared to make this the most modern Plant in the entire South and we have had this one thought uppermost in our minds. To protect our customers we insist on the Best Grade a milk then Pasteur izing for safety in this spotlessly clean room. Attend each session of the Enterprise cooking school and learn Why mrs. Shockley prefers Clover Brand Dairy products. Clover Brand dairies inc. Phone 4553 the Home of finer pasteurized Dairy products High Point n. 0.

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