High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 12 1974, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 12, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Easter festivities set at Etc among the easter weekend festivities planned at Emerywood country club is a dinner dance on monday. The Ray Mckinley orchestra will play music for dancing at the event. A cocktail hour is planned from 6 30 to 7 30 ., and dinner will be served at 7 30 The orchestra will begin playing at 8 30 And will continue until 12 30 In town guests May attend the event but Only 220 reservations will be accepted the deadline for reservations and cancellations is 5 Today. The dining room will be open on monday evening but the cocktail lounge will be closed a Lucky egg treasure Hunt is planned tomorrow from 10 30 to 11 30 . For children of members who Are toddlers through second Grade. The children will assemble in front of the clubhouse. The whistle will be blown at 10 45 to begin the Hunt. Pink lemonade and cookies will be served on the Lawn following presentation of prizes. In Case of rain eggs will be distributed and refreshments served in the ballroom. The easter sunday Buffet will take place from noon to 2 30 . The dining room will close at 2 30 And will not reopen in the evening. All dining facilities will be open on easter monday. The club will be closed on tuesday. Future plans told at Garden club meet mrs. L. B. Hill formulated plans for work on the Garden plot at the Corner of w. Lexington Avenue and Emerywood drive at the meeting of the Dogwood Garden club held with mrs. H. L. Rothrock. Mrs James Stanton was associate hostess. Mrs. Bill Pearson conducted the business session at which time mimeographed copies pertaining to the first annual High Point House and Garden tour were distributed to each member. The group discussed the tour with various members volunteering to enter exhibits of Flower arrangements and horticultural specimens to be judged in the Standard Flower show which is an integral part of the tour. Members were scheduled to act As hostesses in the Home of or. And mrs. James a. Johnson on May 2. Tour tickets were offered for Sale by the club treasurer mrs. Robert Griffith who emphasized that tickets will be for Sale at any Point on the tour. Members were encouraged to attend the state meeting of Garden clubs to be held in Asheville the last week in april. Mrs. Vav. R Malpass president elect and mrs. Griffith presented for consideration a proposed series of programs for the coming year. The May meeting will be a social in conjunction with the installation of new officers. Mrs Carlton Clinard will be hostess with mrs. Frank Wood jr., associate hostess. High Point Enterprise the world of women Friday april 12, 1974. Page 6a at women elect officers band Leader new officers were elected for the Archdale Trinity woman a club at its wednesday meeting at the Brynwood restaurant. Mrs. C. M. Reddeck gave the nominating report of the following slate of officers president mrs. John Stunda first vice president. Mrs. K. M. Vestal second vice president mrs. George Clements recording Secretary or. Charlie game corresponding Secretary mrs. Roland Albertson treasurer mrs. Robert k. Hammer historian mrs. John Nurney Chaplian mrs. Francis booze parliamentarian mrs. Bobby Clodfelter Institute director mrs. Given Home Security tips at meeting of Jayc ettes Garden club Tours Orchid gardens members of the tuesday afternoon Garden club toured Orchid Garden by Del following their meeting on tuesday. Mrs. Robert Lindsay conducted a Short business session at which time a slate of officer for the coming year were elected president Annua meeting discussed the annual meeting of the Garden club of North Carolina to be held on april 29-May i was announced at the meeting of Burbank Garden club held with mrs. Blanc Thompson of 712 Sunset or. The annual meeting will be held in Asheville at Grove Park inn. Mrs. Edwin Chappell presided at the business session and mrs. P j Neal gave the Council report in the absence of mrs. Ray Nibbelink sheets listing Garden suggestions for april were distributed to members. Tickets for the House and Garden tour a Span of 200 years a were also distributed. This tour which is to be held on May 2, from 1-5 And 6-8 ., is for the Benefit of the High Point museum Guild and High Point Garden Council. Associate hostesses for the meeting were mrs. Nibble my and mrs. Mason Blankenship. Following the meeting members toured the wildflower Garden of mrs. Ray Nance 701 Summit Road. Mrs. Robert w. Lindsay vice president mrs. E. Jacobs recording Secretary mrs. W. A. Anderson corresponding Secretary mrs. E. E. Younts treasurer mrs. Edward Klug. Officers will be installed at the May meeting. Representatives and committees were announced As follows Council representatives. Mrs. E. E. Younts and mrs. J. R. Graham membership mrs. L. C. Armentrout publicity mrs. Joe Johnson Garden Center mrs. Hugh Kellam Sunshine and calling committees mrs. G. L. Shaw. Plans were made for members to attend the Parade of Homes to be on display May 2. It was announced that mrs. Lindsay and mrs. Jacobs will be responsible for an arrangement to be placed in the Garden Center at Sears Roebuck and co. The club voted to elect mrs. Fred Gordie and mrs. Texie Garner As honorary members. The official Doss ring designed ten or twelve years ago does not fit today s student preference. Buy class ring in the modern manner of Lester a jewellers 131 South main Street delivery 2 to 4 weeks sgt. R. W. Davis with the High Point police department spoke to High Point Jayc ettes on wednesday evening at the Western sizzling Steak House. He presented a film a crime in the the film demonstrated Many Home Security tips. Among those shown were locks alarms Peep holes in doors High shrubbery in front of windows thus allowing a burglar easy Access to a Home without being seen leaving lights and a radio on while away inform police and a neighbor of your absence from Home keeping a record of serial numbers. Or. Davis stated one of the most important tips is to use common sense and to stay Calm. Mrs. Jack Howard conducted the business meeting she welcomed mrs. David Peoples and mrs. William Alston As visitors. Plans were announced by mrs. Robert Lee for the Flowers for All occasions High Point leading Florid Grace Flower shop North a on St Westwood a Hen Sii 401 111.117 a Mutt of St Hes i Fyk Mau hallmark a Carus Over $000 paperback a books unusual a stationery wide selection a gifts a gag girls come is a so now serving Kernersville Wesleyan Academy 0 t i a am Otho school i Musica comedy planned a musical comedy based on a Mark Twain classic will be on the playbill saturday morning at the High Point Public Library a weekly film showing for children. A a Connecticut Yankee in King Arthurs court stars Bing Crosby As the Handyman who Falls from a horse and awakens in sixth Century Camelot. Astounding the local knights and ladies by lighting matches predicting an eclipse and introducing the Lariat to jousting tournaments the Connecticut Yankee is proclaimed a wizard Rhonda Flemming and William Bendix Are also in the cast. Tho 107-minute film will be shown at to . In the Community room Zales pal flu our people make i s number one Pewter makes a lasting gift. Pewter 3-piece set sugar Creamer tray. Zak7t Colton fear and of cow Only just begun a a revolving charge a Zakieh custom charge a master charge american a Ipri St a mrs club a layaway to 4 installation Ball to be held april 27, at top of the Mart. Officers to be installed Are president mrs. Allen Thorburn first Vic president mrs. Larry Anderson second vice president mrs. James Mshar. Mrs. Bobby Steed thanked members for their assistance with the blood pressure clinic held at Westchester mall on april 5 and 6. The clinic was co sponsored by the Jaycees and the Ciba drug co. It was announced that the miss High Point pageant will be on april 13, at 8 At High Point College auditorium. Mrs. Steve Simmons reported that tickets Are available at the Jaycee office at the door or from any Jaycee or Faycette. Mrs. George Manning said that the judges luncheon will be held on saturday at noon at the Holt Mcpherson student Center. Plans Are being finalized by mrs. Barry Williamson for the reception following the pageant for family and friends of the girls in the pageant. Jayc ettes will be participating in the Spring Westchester mall Bazaar on May 4. Mrs. Mickey shucked and mrs. Joe Williard were Given certificates of appreciation in recognition of outstanding assistance to the Jaycees for their help with Jaycee Jelly week. Key girl award was presented to mrs. Bobby Steed. The membership selected mrs. Steed As deserving this award based on her participation of All Faycette activities for the previous Quarter. Mystery greeter was mrs. Nathaniel Bolds. The nest Board meeting will be on april 22, at 8 . At the Home of mrs. Joe Apperson. The next membership meeting will be May 8. Now open or. And is. Apparel factory outlet naut to Pineville 1516 n. Main St. Tel. 885-4418 hour 10 00 . Til 6 00 Mon. Thru sat. Quot factory fresh family fashions Quot jeans jeans jeans boys girls pre teens juniors men s save 50% or More on All merchandise men s sport Coats Slacks socks shirts women s sportswear separates and co ordinates sizes 6 to 20 girl s dresses and sportswear sizes 4 to 14 boy s suits sport Coats shirts and Slacks Henry Yorkjr. Auditor mrs. Terry Pickett and custodian and assistant historian mrs. Carolyn Johnson. Mrs. York announced the new officers will be installed at 6 30 p. Rn., May 8. At the Western sizzling. The new District 7 president mrs. Lewis boroughs Greensboro will be the installing officer. Mayor Henry York and councilman t. C. Talbert Archdale spoke to the group concerning the $2 million water Bond referendum to be voted on by Archdale residents May 7. Or. Talbert related the City had made several approaches to solve the municipality a water problem in the last four year and said he feels the a contract with Davidson water inc., to Supply 500,000 Gallons per Day is the most satisfactory program. The councilman further emphasized that if the referendum is passed it will not mean a raise in taxes nor a re assessment of property. If 1510 residents sign up As silent doom Saigon Vietnam was a or. Joan Mcmichael the British child specialist has reported that because of mass bombings More than 30,000 vietnamese children Are deaf and in danger of losing their speech. Quot most words in the native language require Little movement of the lips a she said. A this makes the Type of lip Reading we teach children in England virtually impossible. We must have special aids or these deaf children will not talk water customers the system will be self sustaining he pointed out. The guest speakers were introduced by mrs. Stunda first vice president. The North Carolina federation of woman a clubs will Convene in Charlotte april 30-May 3, mrs. York announced. Mrs. Bobby Clodfelter Public affairs chairman brought homemade fudge and sold it to make Money for the cancer fund ways and Means chairman mrs. Charles Fletcher announced a card party Benefit will be held on May to at the Lions Den in Archdale. Proceeds will be used to carry out the clubs Community projects. Mrs. Phil Hunsucker education chairman told the club of a new group being formed friends of the Randolph Public Library. She related the groups Basic purpose to promote Library services. She urged anyone interested to Contact her. The invocation and Blessing were Given by mrs. Dewey Shelton club chaplain. A Large arrangement of Dogwood was used at the head table with sprigs of Dogwood Down the Center of the Side tables. Sale a Rhododendron a azaleas geraniums a easter lillies a tomatoes plants a seed fertilizer Plant food will be open easter monday Quot licensed pesticide dealer Albert Hunt s Westchester Lawn Garden Call 883-6341 2710 Westchester drive m u 4 a him

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