High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 27 1939, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 27, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Pace six the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina Friday Ortler 27. 1030 ii . Social and club activities Madeline Hoover editor phone no. 4568 office hours 9 a m. To 12 m. Vow we /.v.vwliv..vvvawaw.Vav.Vav.v.w.w.vwav.v. mesdames Snotherly and Courtney fete miss Austin Bride elect at Bridge party Alimusa Hobby show exhibit social Calendar mrs William snot tier a tit mrs j the honoree was Silver tit her Frank Courtney entertained with chosen pattern refreshments consisted of fruit cake with whipped Cream Coffee and cup or nuts. In the Bottom of the nut cup was found a scroll of paper and on the paper the notation a Irene and James november miss Irene Reynolds will become the Bride of James m. Parsons of Washington i. November Lith. A gift of lingerie was presented to her. Additional guests included miss Plaine Inman Loris Barksdale. Barbara Courtney. Margaret evening Bridge at the Blair clubroom complimenting miss Marjorie Austin popular Bride elect who will marry Curtis c Newton in Early november. The clubroom was decorated with yellow chrysanthemums and the Honoreen place was marked with a miniature Bride. High score prize a gift Box of Early a Meric n old spice soap was awarded miss Anna Mae Reeves. Second prize a Rose Point Crystal vase went to miss Margaret Hedrick. The hostesses gift to Hamlin. Rove monday Freder Friday 6 30 kiwanis club will be Hie Host to wives and friends of members at its annual ladies night Celebration in tile Sheraton ballroom. Saturday 9 30 tile Piedmont District of the North Carolina federation of music clubs will he entertained in an All Day session at the Emery Wood country club with the musical Art club of which Carl j. N. Cronstedt is president acting As official Host to tile convention. Willars High fashions in sport and dress Coats 9.99 perfect for every Day Ca dress Wear. Tweeds and la Woolen in Multi colors tones plaids and herring All with the Fine detail make you buy on sight. Or de with my note size and flaring skirts Box also included. 13 to 26 a to 4 4. High shades in a new Choice of Icka Morris Mayo a Allen. Mrs. Arthur Dickens. Elmau Como Talmadge Ellington Irene Crews and Harry Brooks three y. W. C. A. Clubs regular a meetings held three y. W. A. A. Dubs held meetings yesterday and last night. W it ii widely varied activities claiming their attention. Iii their regular meeting last night at the y. Vav. C. V. Hut the live v ers club made a Gay scrapbook for a sick Friend a social hour in halloween Motif followed. With miss chicle Ellington a hostess. A Novelty handkerchief draw prize was won by mrs Lama Belle Blair fifteen members were in attendance. The Jolly v club with 14 members in attendance enjoyed a a Bacon and egg a supper Ai the City Lake last night with miss Lucille Johnston accompanying them. Yesterday afternoon they so Iris club went to Vav ins ton Salem for a tour of the City Aud visited two of the plants of the r. J Reynolds tobacco company miss Le-1 in Johnson general y Vav. C a Sec rotary accompanied them. And other visitors were misses cobia Mae Kearns and Ollie Brown two new members miss Dorothy Stout and Shirley Brown attended they enjoyed a picnic suppler on their Way Back to High Point German club dance tonight tonight Marks the second fall dance of til1 Piedmont dermal club which will be held at the Emery Wood country club. Jimmy Livingston and his or relieve misery As 3 out i 7rto of 5 mothers do. Rub la Quot f i Throat Chest Back with Vicks vap rub banquet service the finest facilities for private dinners luncheons Bridge parties Etc. Special menu reasonably priced. Phone Steward or my nac for 337 a shown Here Are three of the Many outstanding exhibits being shown at the Althusa clubs Hobby show and antique Sale which got underway last evening and continues this afternoon and tomorrow afternoon at 108 East Commerce Street. The photograph at top left shows colourful fans from the collection of mrs. M. J Vrenn 202 West Broad Street while that at top Light features part of the collection of heavy panel Crape glassware of mrs. John l. Rothrock 208 Wooprow Avenue As Well a. Her figurines arranged in a pric Eless it uphold d Over 150 years old belonging to mrs s. J. Kennedy 1113 Jefferson Street. Her needlepoint furniture upholstery is also shown in this photograph. While1 in the Mirror on the right is a reflection of several original water color Flower prints done by mrs r. A Stewart West Parris Avenue. In the lower photograph is a general View of the exhibit arranged in the rear of the building t photos by Smiths studio spam. Or ,. Intriguing array of exhibits displayed at Hobby show sponsored by Altru sans nearly in separate display it club Hobby show Arni antique Sale from mrs. Tates another dress collection. Two Winston i a in in Altru sans have contributed to the show. I from miss Eva Wall second Dis j strict governor comes a collection of Antiques Aud miss Ruth 1 Thomas also a member of the Winston Salem club has sent her j collection of Floral prints. Two unusually Large collection i were one of match Book covers i another of tiny pitchers. The ably find you getting together i match Book covers run Well tip materials to make hammered cop in a a us hundreds each from a jeer trave or Model trains or different hotel or shop repro scour tag the country for milk orienting Many different cities and Cranberry Glass or perhaps pains family finish the finest laundry let vies available ii in Ibi i n y Bell of you Haven t got a Hobby and you done to want one Don t go to the Althusa clubs Hobby show for you la come away with the itch to get a Hobby in spite of yourself and monday will prob i Jai work. Wearing apparel ,. Minimum bundle dresses 3.99 vat melt i i cd no s with Wasp Waist jewel trims appealing full ores tucks Ami task Inatius ails i Rejwan Ami wools Iii Mack i the new High shades that ii give a i Iii to your wardrobe by sizes to 20 and in toll. Others at $6.99 Willard s"1" 18 South main Street Takin Gly mounting the first Stamps for your collection. Bitt they Are Only a few of the Hest in will for Nisi music for types of hobbies demonstrated in he daring. Winch will begin at the nearly 160 exhibits display g before in led at the club Hobby show and a for the Cotta j antique Sale which began last prize which night at log East Commerce ii Unanitounc-1 Street there Are collections of evening s everything from match Book Cov r club Mem i ors to old guns and in contrast d guests will to the quaint Charm of chairs Odad in is-1 and footstools covered in Needle 19 30, those Arris p. In Wilt be eligible Tommy attendance i will be a Hided Ai Ai led time during the a is usual Only hers mid their invite i in eligible to attend Jon will ii1 by card Only everyday uses everywhere 1 Grouner Iti Petroleum Jelly or John Highsmith iian i is an Soini is the cijh1 icing of curlers at la i a an main by reef Over Bland s a phone 4is a of a i b a Mercur Chrome it i or Blades Large vases kid curlers change purses Tea spoons Frog Flower pol Rwan oath boy mail polish trim buttons polish remover Mote books iodine animal family Swan Flower pot menus Combs envelopes Black cats a lass tumblers straight pins Pup on shoe menus hankies Scotts dogs Pearl buttons a ill safety pins i Alite Forks hog pen tray Tuimal families Scotty Flower pot Lea spoons it to i Darters can openers paring knives Hutch Holt set animal group comb Mirror hip t omit sanitary belts bandages Mower pots Bothy pins in Helve tape Tea strainers pot cleaners Limner Bells Dill pins aspirin Corn pads vaseline Loose Leaf cat Ball sat Only hour stops tooth picks Max paper Bias tape kick Back braid Cream Pitcher desert dish Oretta snaps dog on Chain Hob by Combs tape measure hair nets whisky mugs cups Mash cloths dish cloths screw Drivers elephants Mote books dog brooches Cag Tumbrella Compo Book Bandi Bandage sewing kits steel safety pm table knives machine Oil ital Tail Combs sewing thread Tiller sheets pencils mood spoon Crystal what Mots crayons tablets Economy Tablet pencils perfume Bay it no tape measure Slipper pin Cushion Liberty Ink Patter napkins Burton thread mending Pac set t in Saucer vase sets soldiers Candy dish Needle books shakers Metal hair curler Oule in is North main Street just below East Washington i i Point by mrs. O. M. Moore of 208 Woodrow Avenue one finds a representative collection of ultramodern gins. Furniture made by j the Logan Porter Mirror com i Pany. J from the limn that i entered i the door of the Long building last j night and saw the huge fan of i fan from mrs. I. J. Wren u s i collection until i reached the cry Back where Young George Robie Hail # gun collection was Hung i found Many things to hold my interest the fan exhibited by mrs. Vrenn Are 76 of tile Beal from Lier collection of i More than too and Are from j More than 26 different countries. There Are Feather fans and wooden fans. Fans of doth and fans of Ivory painted fans and embroidered fans Plain fans of Woven Straw and fancy fans of Gold la a for evening. George Robichaux. Son of mrs. G. Robichaux of Rockford Road. Is Only nine years old. But lie was Given the first gun of his collection three years ago. Since then he has added to it until he now a 17 old guns the oldest More than 107 years old. They Range in Airn from a watch Charm sized pistol Only an Inch and a half Iii length but which in spite of its smallness can be ired to an ancient muzzle loader almost six feet Long and one of them was assembled entirely by hand. He has rounded out his collection with bayonets of various types a pall of rapiers two sabres which in spite of the fact Flint they were made by two different men in different parts of the country Are perfect matches some old United states army canteens and other equipment Aud some american Indian weapons he told me proudly that he a the last one to shoot one of the oldest guns in the exhibit. One of the most Complete single collections exhibited is one of heavy panel grape Slass of mrs. John rot ii Rock of 208 Woodrow Avenue which includes a full service for eight with Many additional Odd pieces. Mrs Rothrock also Lias Oil exhibit a collection of bisque figurines including a quaint pair of lovers and an Oriental figure which nods its cud a graciously when Given s tiny Pat. J in my Way Back to mrs. Rot i rocks exhibits. I bumped into a lady in a Long shiny Blue dress with Black Cape and Prim Black Bonnet. I had just begun to stammer out an apology to her when i noticed a card on the floor beside her and realized that she was a Dummy dressed in a nineteenth Century costume from the collection of mrs. A. E. Tate it West Broad Street. Beside her wag another Dummy headless in collected by Vav. A. Bestian of Bluefield. A these were exhibited by miss Lillian Massey sister in Law of the collector. The pitchers collected by Grissom. 1163 Forest Avenue number 291. And Range in material from carved Wood to i Glass China and Luster Ware it was interesting to me that several of the tiny wooden pitchers were carved and finished by mrs. Grissom s father in Law cd f. Grissom even More on the creative line Are the hammered Copper articles exhibited by Horace Haworth. I w to spends a great Deal of the time he can spore from the practice of Law making these articles in his basement workshop. Sex j Hihi Ted with the finished trays j desk sets Wall plaques Aud flow i or holders w hich he has mad Are i some unfinished materials Aud his i Pond a fashion Parade a cake Copper working tools i walk. And refreshments w ill he a Model train built exactly to j served. It ale by r. A Williams of 460 1 i Woodrow Avenue is another of the interesting exhibits. When set up on the tracks which he has built for of in his Home the i j train runs under electric Power. I Aud it has everything including a switch and Light system. There Are Many other things j a that there Isnit time and space i to describe adequately Patch-1 work quilts in intricate patterns j Ruby thumb print and a Westward j How Glass antique lamps books More than 150 years old and j modern Hooks Iii unusual bind j tags a tray of oddly shaped and j i coloured gourds grown by mrs. In be. Lindley the stamp collection of Nelson Mann water Colora of Flowers done from life by mrs. I r. K. Stewart and any number j of other exhibits. Of yes bus an attractive Aud interesting show. And Well Worth your time hut if you Haven t got j la Bobby and done to want one in a i j warning you you a better not go i to the Hobby show girl s new dutch boy last antique finish leather. Widths a amp c. Sizes 3vs to 8. Merit shoe store us South Xiam Street High Point v 4my la a. In la. Sedo 4?. 7 Obi l Ritti doth tool it As Sac melt phone 3303 laundry High Point Only soft Wates Lai Mary a a a everybody the Hobby show of Tia it e in Kesti i. It Dak \ i new tonight a halloween festival w presented this evening at or View be Hoot under the up ship of the Parent teacher elation. The hour for the in is 7 45, featured will be a Progn Oak of fishing and antique Sale it irn it and Tom buies through Kilt u re a j i to in in. M. I it it Day presented in Althusa club do e it 4 Ovid Kiu e St. Nostrils red Torliev stiffly head mid misery a put just 1 2 drops in each nos be net Roscom la admission lit him Tekl sting entertaining a education i. Children today 3 to i new Rinso washes extra dirty clothes snowy White

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