High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 11 1974, Page 12

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 11, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise thursday april la 1974 provisional announced from Page in new members into Active membership. Mrs. Robert g. Culp or. Was mistress of ceremonies at the annual luncheon of High Point Junior league yesterday at Emerywood county club. Mrs. James Millis gave the invocation using an easter theme. After luncheon and prior to a speech by author Liz Carpenter tribute was paid to six members who will become sustained. Mrs. Robert Davis or. Introduced mrs. Matt Wall calling her the a a poet laureate of the sustaining league. Mrs. Wall announced that the new sustainer would speak for themselves. The group marched to the speakers table to the rhythm of Drums played by one. They unfurled a Banner carefully refolded it and presented it to the Active president. They then Sang a nostalgic song to the tune of a Darling i am growing they were accompanied by mrs. Charles Mcanally. Another Flag was unfurled bearing symbols of their new Freedom from Active participation. Service suggested in a grandmother and two grandchildren at her Side and As a Climax a great grandmother with an infant in her arms and another at her Side. A final tribute to the new sustainer was a presentation of Pencil sketches of each done by local artist Marian Mays. Mrs. Culp introduced persons at the head table who included mrs. John Lindsay jr., outgoing sustaining president and mrs. Sidney Gayle new president. She also welcomed guests mrs. J. R. Boone Mother of mrs. David a. Dowdy jr., league president and her Mother in Law mrs. Dowdy mrs. G. W. Guyer manager of the Junior league bargain boutique and mrs. Vernon Wendler Enterprise women s editor. Mrs. Donald Boone gave the Toast to the president remarking on her modesty humility Strong Faith and leadership ability. She presented her with a Gold Charm in behalf of the league. In her response mrs. Dowdy briefly traced the history of the league. She commented on what it has meant to her and stated that it is a group of organized dependable women prepared to stand by their commitments. Southern theme decorations for the event followed a Southern theme. Boston ferns were featured throughout the club. A Large Fern in a White Ceramic Cachepot entered the speakers table. Tables were covered with yellow cloths and entered with Lacy ferns in Gingham Clad ribbon tied pots. Programs were Lime Green decorated with pressed dried ferns arranged in White doily Cachepot. Preceding the luncheon Sherry was served on the Patio. Planning the event were mrs. Douglas Wilson education chairman and mrs. Steve Arthur arrangement chairman. Other members of the committee were mrs. Jerry r. Carrick. Mrs. James Walker English mrs. John d. Hamrick. Mrs. Robert Andrew Lindsay mrs. Thomas r. Pitts mrs. Lee Sherrill jr., mrs. Elliott Wood jr., mrs. Richard f. Wood and mrs. Byron Starnes. Vickie Grissom feted mrs. Willis Slane Sang also to the accompaniment of mrs. Mcanally a song written by mrs. Wall. The a x Pic a i at floating Shower sustainer might spent their time. At each suggestion a longtime sustainer marched into the room. Each represented a Community service or a service to family. Included were Hospital Guild children a Home society Community concerts Contact and final she uses creative ability by Janice r. Christensen . State University using your creative ability to give your Home that personal touch can be an exciting Hobby. And it can add enjoyment to Spring cleaning and Home decorating says mrs. Jesse Cobb of Reidsville. The Rockingham county homemaker got excited about doing her Spring cleaning and decorating this year after she decided to try her hand at making several Centrepieces using Mulberry Wood As a base. Other materials used in the Centrepieces included Spray paint and artificial fruit and Flowers. Mrs. Cobb told Lydia Scott assistant Home economics Extension agent that she enjoys making decorative items for her Home. Glamour amour Hamburg West Germany was a seventy two year old Helga Metzger who began teaching senior citizens How to be glamorous a year ago is now working 14 hours a Day to keep up with the demand for private instruction. A one third of my pupils Are men a she reported. A twelve of my widows have now married again most of them to men younger than Frau Metzger a course includes Beauty disposition diet fashion conversation dance Home making culture and cooking. Vickie Grissom Bride elect of Kenneth Hunt was honoured at a miscellaneous floating bridal Shower held tuesday evening in the Home of mrs. Fred Moon. Hostesses with mrs. Moon were mrs. George Mcdowell and mrs. Steve Burton. Approximately 30 guests called Between 7 30 and 9 . When she arrived miss Grissom was presented a Corsage of White pompous tied with Pink ribbon. Later the hostesses added electric appliances and bed linens to the Shower of gifts. Decorations throughout the entertaining area followed a Pink and White Motif. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a White Linen cloth edged in lace and entered with an arrangement of Spring Flowers which carried out the wedding colors. The Centrepiece was flanked with Pink tapers in Silver holders. Gifts were displayed on a table covered with a White cloth caught up with Pink bows and Spring Flowers. At the Center was a miniature Bride doll. Special guests at the event included mrs. De Grissom Mother of the honoree mrs. Effie Griffin and mrs. Cora Goins grandmothers of the Bride elect mrs. Jack Welch aunt of the honoree mrs. Evelyn Hunt Mother of the bridegroom elect mrs. Wilma Taylor grandmother of the prospective bridegroom and mrs. Larry Grissom sister in Law of the Bride elect. Each guest received bridal Rice favors. Miss Grissom and or. Hunt will speak their marriage vows on april 21 in a 3 . Ceremony at Southside Baptist Church. Flower workshop conducted at meet a workshop on Flower arranging was conducted by mrs. Hugh Kellam at the meeting of the till and toil Garden club held on monday with mrs. J. D. Dobbins at her Home on Florida Street. Mrs. James Hayworth presided at the business session and welcomed mrs. Wesley Dickman mrs. Carlos Black and mrs. Robert Herman As guests. Mrs. Harold Mcgee announced that the May social will be a covered dish luncheon to be held at Jack Cartwright a showroom. Tickets were distributed for the High Point House and Garden tour to be held on May 2, and members volunteered for the hours they will serve As hostesses at the Home of mrs. Thayer Coggin that Day. Following the meeting mrs. Kellam gave suggestions for Flower arrangements to be submitted for the House tour. She stated that they should be designed for a specific spot in the House with surrounding background and furniture taken into consideration. She explained that the arrangements should be Large enough for the area and not too Small As is the most common fault of exhibitors. Mrs. Kellam then listed the characteristics of a Good arrangement As having a definite outline an area of interest Good transition Between outline and area of interest. The most common mistakes made Are poor balance a when the arrangement does t rest comfortable in the Container poor transition Between the outline and Center of interest Lack of depth of contrast of rhythm or of proportion. Arrangements which had been previously prepared by various members were Analysed by mrs. Kellam with Good Points emphasized and comments made to improve the mechanics and combination of Plant material. Mary Clayton speaker mrs. Mary Clayton spoke to members of Phi Alpha rho chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority in their meeting at the Home of mrs. Richard towers on rolling Road. Mrs. Dwight Garrett introduced the speaker who is a graduate of Watts Hospital. Mrs. Clayton is the instructor of maternity nursing and family life planning in High Point. She has sought election to the High Point City Council. She spoke of the women a responsibilities to herself her Home Community and government. She stated that women should be More involved and interested in Law making especially with the Laws concerning the rights of women. She told the members some a old wives myths and explained the modern techniques of childbirth and the important Roll of the father to be. She then led the members in a question and answer session. Mrs. Marty Adams presided during the business session. Mrs. Larry Pope extended a Welcome to mrs. Dennis Hill mrs. David Macaluso and mrs. Dennis Desroches As new pledges. Mrs. Garrett ways and Means chairman announced that the chapter would have a Yard Sale on april 20 at the a amp p parking lot on Centennial. Miss Dawn Austin reported that the social committee will meet at her Home on april 13 to plan the chapters future social activities which include a Mother daughter banquet and a Beach trip. Mrs. Floyd Bosworth adviser explained the meaning of the selection of the pledge of the year and the girl of the year and then collected the secret ballots from each member. The results will not be announced until the founders Day banquet which will be held on april 29 at the Thomasville women a club. Mrs. Pope scrapbook chairman announced that the scrapbook was being completed and would be revealed to the chapter on founder s Day when it will be presented to the girl of the year. At the close of the business meeting a Surprise housewarming was Given Tor mrs. Towers and a bridal Shower for miss Jean Dixon. Miss Dixon will be married to Gerald Briggs on april 12. Refreshments were served by miss Austin mrs. Adams and mrs. Pope. The next meeting will be held on april 22 at the Home of mrs. Tommy White. To e scent newest fragrance find. Carry your favorite perfume in a tiny Gold Ball necklace. Use a tiny eyedropper to apply perfume to a tuft of Cotton inside the Ball when you want to refresh the fragrance or change to another. Spring styles to be modelled at Owca Center fashion show the projects committee of the Owca is sponsoring a fashion show featuring clothing for All members of the family. Local adults teenagers and children will Model Spring fashions. Members of the committee who have planned the event Are Daisy Raphael Cora Smith Clara Roberts Helen Carver Goldia Gilmer and Virginia Raper. A Small admission fee will be charged the Public is invited to attend the fashion show to be held on april 21,4 . At the Owca Center 215 fourth St. Award presented to Aba Columbia . The attendance award was won by the furniture capital chapter of the american business women a Assn. At the mid Atlantic regional meeting held at the Carolina inn april 5-7. Twenty one members of the local chapter attended the event mrs. Guy Johnson president mrs. Marilyn w. Crater miss Louise Adams mrs. Bebe r. Beck mrs. Maxine Bryant mrs. Clara Butler. Mrs. Lucille Chilton mrs. Gladys Coletrane mrs. Helen Coletrane miss Rachel Duncan mrs. Velma Hall mrs. Joyce Haymore mrs. Marie Hedgecock mrs. Arlene y. Lamar mrs. Annette Motsinger mrs. Doris Neese miss Thelma Trogdon. Mrs. Betty Wagner mrs. Bobbie White. Mrs. Ava Lee Yates and mrs. Opal Clapp a woman of the on Friday there was a tour of the City which included the governors mansion and the Capitol building with gov. John c. West welcoming the group. In the evening a reception was held for National officers in the Marco Polo ballroom followed by a Square dance. Workshops were held on saturday followed by a luncheon and a fashion show. Saturday evening a banquet was held with w. Frank Harden president of state telecasting co. As guest speaker. On sunday morning a nondenominational service was led by the Rev. Lonnie h. Shull or. Of the Northside Baptist Church. A Catholic service was led by the Rev. J. Michael Burton diocesan director of religious education. Awards were presented following the Sor vices simplicity simple inexpensive cosmetics Are comparable to their expensive cousins. So say Many dermatologists. Fancy ingredients often done to do anything extra except make you feel better mentally. Vaseline can do the same Job As an expensive night Cream for example. Discussing plans members of the projects committee discussing plans for the fashion show to be held on april 21 Are seated 1-r Goldia Gilmer Daisy Raphael Virginia Raper. Standing 1-r Helen Carver Cora Smith and Clara Roberts. Photo by Sonny Hedgecock fashion show set for today due to incorrect information received by the Enterprise the sponsors for the Kevetter fashion show were inaccurately listed. The fashion show planned for this afternoon in the cafeteria at Andrews High school will be sponsored by the Beautiful Bride shop and Collier Ellis. The official class ring designed ten or twelve years ago does not fit today s student preference. Buy class ring in the modern manner at. Lester a jewellers 131 South main Street delivery 2 to 4 weeks it Torrn now serving High Point a Central g t i. Amp All other school now open in Greensboro. Heritage quilts factory outlet great savings to you direct from our own factory quilted bedspreads Mill imperfects and 1st Quality discontinued styles towels throw pillows tablecloths bed pillows Terry Kitchen towels fitted mattress pads draperies toss pillows and toaster covers. Irreg twin $795 Queen Mon full $895 King m2�?� All sales final heritage quilts factory outlet store 1906 s. Chapman St. Coliseum shopping Center a 0pen 10 30 a 5.30 Greensboro n. C. Monday thru saturday phone 292-7505 a coat amp dress sets a easter amp sporty dresses a playtime sweaters accessories kiddie Korner it of High Point inc c i \ open Friday to 8 30 . Cento Iet Sho it pm no m to it a he it it High pct dress up the children for easter sunday citations of so Beautiful Sandal get it in Black Blue White Stop running around in circles. Come to kiddie Korner for All your last minute easter shopping. Girls fashions also see our. Chubbie styles boy s fashions a suits a jackets a pants a shirts knit and Cotton Long and Short sleeve sizes toddler 2-4, 3-7 and 8-14 your Complete downtown children s shop Quot All Bank charge cards honoured kiddie Korner i of High Point 169 s. Main St. Phone 888-7964

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