High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 25 1974, Page 11

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 25, 1974, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise r the world of of Adelaide w Endler woman s editor Jane Janet Mcbride ,. A give music program for local lady Lions National officer to visit state vow auxiliary thursday april 25, 1974. Section b area women to attend Alpha Delta Kappa meet Wrightsville Beach will be the site of the annual state convention of . Alpha Delta Kappa. Several Hundred members of the International sorority for women educators will Convene for a three Day meeting on Friday. Eight chapters in the Wrightsville Beach and Wilmington area will Host the convention with mrs. Betty h. Stike of Wilmington latest �?�4 no i Luanne Price or. And mrs. Jerry Wayne Price of 261 Boggs Dairy re. Thomasville announce the birth of a daughter Luanne Marie at High Point memorial Hospital on april 23. Brian Billings or. And mrs. Paul f. Billings of it. 5, Thomasville Are parents of a son Brian Keith who was bom at the local Hospital on april 23. Phillip Horton or. And mrs. Keith Horton of it. 3, Trinity announce the april 18 arrival of a son Phillip Keith. The child was bom at the local Hospital. Richard Harper or. And mrs. Richard Harper of 410 Friddle St., Are parents of a son Richard Daniel who was born on april 20 at the local Hospital. Mrs. Harper is the former Pamela Kirk of High Point. Starla Hill or. And mrs. Connie Hill of 603 s. Elm St. Are parents of a daughter Starla Kay who was born on april 18 at High Point memorial Hospital. Kristy Culler or. And mrs. Kenneth Odell Culler of it. I Kernersville announce the birth of a daughter Kristy Lynn who was born on april 19 at the local Hospital. Timothy Johnson or. And mrs. Murrell Johnson of 1603 Carolina St. Are parents of a son Timothy Todd who was bom on april 20. The child was born at the High Point Hospital. John Nance or. And mrs. Eldon Nance of 105 Norwood dr., Jamestown announce the april 19 arrival of their son. John Rawley at High Point memorial Hospital. Timothy Foster or. And mrs. Frank Foster announce the birth of their son Timothy James who was born on april 13 at Community general Hospital in Thomasville. David Gnewikow or. And mrs. Danny w. Gnewikow of 1700 18th ave. S., Nashville tenn., announce the april 12 arrival of their son. David Wade. Mrs. Gnewikow is the former Linda Snipes daughter of or. And mrs. L. Snipes of High Point. As convention chairman. Mrs. . Dunn of Asheville is state president. Representing the Beta Sigma chapter in Archdale Trinity will be mrs. John Waller and mrs. Jerry Tillman. In addition to business meetings Friday and saturday a i . Luncheon and a 7 . Banquet on saturday will be held at the blockade runner. The guest luncheon speaker from Jackson miss., will be mrs. Sue Williams who is International grand chaplain. After the luncheon members will go for an afternoon tour including visits to three Homes and a drive through gardens and historical areas. Closing the convention will be a sunday breakfast at the blockade runner. An arts display featuring paintings crafts books written by sorority members and other original creations will be an additional feature of the weekend meeting. Jane and Janet Mcbride presented a program of vocal music for member of High Point lady Lions when they met tuesday evening for dinner at the Owca on Gatewood Avenue. Accompanied by Sandy Trotter on the guitar and mrs. Ruth Smith on the piano the girls opened the program with a the other selections included a turn turn turn a a country Rose a a dream on teen age girl a an original selection let me be there and the Mcbrides will be appearing in a festival four at the Greensboro coliseum May to and 12. Following the program mrs. Freeman conducted the business session. A letter was read from Jane Brooks concerning the women sprayer breakfast and participation in the Day of prayer on april 30. The event will begin at la of clock. Members voted to make a per mile donation for a Walker to participate in the Wal Kathon on saturday for the March of dimes. The group also voted to make a donation to the Nat Greene boys Home. Members were reminded that their help is needed in the Lions club horse show to be held May 25. Invocation for the event was Given by the president. Dot Freeman and the program was introduced by mrs. E. O. Lane. Junior leagues return from meeting five members of the auxiliary to veterans of foreign wars Post 619 will join More than too auxiliaries of this veterans organization in a contribution to the cancer Aid and research program on Friday at a meeting in Durham. Representing the local auxiliary will be Doris b. Pierce Hazel Hinson Jean w. Polson Carrie Beal and Emma Vaughn. National president mrs. Odie Lee Gossett of Louisiana will make her official visit to North Carolina and will be honoured guest at a banquet in the Down owner Motel. Mrs. Gossett was elected president of the half million member National organization at the National convention in new Orleans last August. The National president served to years As president of her local auxiliary in in mrs. Gossett Monroe. La., and has served As president of the auxiliary a 14-state Southern conference and a member of the National Council of administration the 24-member representative body mrs. Charles Mendenhall or. And mrs. Bill t. Collins delegates from the High Point Junior league returned today after having attended a four Day conference on voluntarism in Minneapolis Minn. The conference was sponsored by the Junior league of Minneapolis in cooperation with the University of history of Ballet traced for sorority a program entitled a a dance a was presented by mrs. Erie Smith at the meeting of Delta Iota chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority on monday evening at the Home of mrs. Ken Mckay. Mrs. Smith stated that a dance Many persons enjoy is the Ballet which dates Back several centuries. She said that the first Ballet to win Public Fame was produced by order of a French Queen Catherine de Medici wife of King Henry ii. Paris was the Center for the Ballet she stated. Mrs. Smith said that dancing develops Grace health and Beauty and is based on rhythm. Mrs. Bennie Pugh conducted the business session. Mrs. Joe w Ampler announced plans for the chapter to participate in the Community Bazaar to be held May 3 and 4 at Westchester mall. Mrs. Ronny Money reminded members of the Steak cookout to be held on May la at the City Lake. She also announced that the Mother daughter dinner will be held on May 8. Mrs. Mckay and mrs. Harmon Bailey served refreshments at the close of the meeting. The next meeting will take place on May 6, and new officers will be installed. Minnesota and had As its stated goal the broadening of citizen participation and was structured around the theme a people highlights of the sessions during the week were speakers Ralph Nader consumer advocate Ellen Strauss director of Call for action and the Hon. George Romney chairman of the National Center for voluntary action. Workshops on the various issues followed each general session and were designed to give the delegates further insight into the potential of the Volunteer movement in the Community. Talc Yard Sale planned May 18 a Yard Sale was planned by the auxiliary to the National letter carriers Assn. When they met jointly with their husbands on monday. The group met at Christ United methodist Church at 7 . A devotional was Given by mrs. Eleanor Lowe. Delegates elected to attend the june convention Are is. Jerri Kivett is. Dot Carmichael is. Eleanor Lowe is. Mary Lee Morgan. Is. Alice Huffman and is. Eller Lee Stewart. It was announced that the May meeting will not be held on the regular Date because of the Yard Sale. The group will meet May 13 at 7 30 . With is. Mary Lee Morgan it. 3. High Point. The Yard Sale will be held at 1104 Forrest ave. On May 18 beginning at to a m. Homemade refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Cathy Smith honoured at floating Shower looking Good Sophia Loren arrives at Airport in Rome wednesday following Hight from Paris. Rumours circulated in West Germany that she was suffering from facial paralysis no indication of which is shown in this photo. A wire photo Cathy Smith Bride elect of Randy Crouse was honoured at a floating bridal Shower held this past weekend. Hostesses were mrs. Joyce Hill. Mrs. Molly Jones mrs. Sylvia Hill miss Janet Frye miss Marcia Hill and miss Carolee Harris. Approximately 40 guests called Between the hours of 7 and 9 . Miss Smith received a Corsage of White carnations when she arrived. Later the hostess added their gifts of an electric mixer and Crock pot. Refreshments were served from a table covered with an Ivory lace cloth and entered with an arrangement of Spring Flowers flanked by yellow tapers in Silver holders. Special guests included mrs. Cora Smith Mother of the Bride elect and mrs. Gladys Crouse Mother of the bridegroom elect. Miss Smith and or. Crouse will speak their vows on june 23 at Fairview United methodist Church. Cat crisis Ganges France was a nobody objected when Marguerite Apolloni 65, retired from the stocking factory but a strike was threatened when she announced that she was taking her 16-year-old cat with her. Mme. Apollinio replied a i know he a Over too years old in human terms and he needs the rest More than i trouble was averted when the company bought three cats to succeed aging Mamou which gives auxiliary action with the National officers. She has also served As National senior and Junior vice presidents chaplain conduct Ress and National guard. A registered nurse mrs. Gossett has a Bachelor of science degree in Public health nursing from George Peabody College. She did orthopaedic nursing Post graduate work at Vanderbilt University in Nashville tenn., and has done graduate work at new York Louisiana state and Indiana universities. Mrs. Robert Miller state cancer chairman stated that Over $1800 has been Given this year by the National organization directly to the membership As cancer Grants. Mrs. Hinson local auxiliary president said that membership in the veterans of foreign w a auxiliary includes cancer insurance to each member and the Opportunity to apply for cancer Grants when the need arises. The state and National organization Over the years donated Over $15,000 to Bowman Gray school of Medicine in Winston Salem for cancer research. Nido Qubein to address or. Women Nido r. Qubein nationally syndicated radio speaker and youth work consultant will be the kick off speaker for the . Federation of Junior women a clubs convention opening in Charlotte on tuesday. Qubein will address 200 delegates representing a total membership of 2700 women in 93 North Carolina cities. His talk will focus on criteria that can help a person to become a positive Leader with effective insights into human relationships. The great getaway from forever Yunc Jacquard polyester pan sets steal the fashion scene for its Comfort shape and was ability. Simplicity gets you there All the time because it is instant dressing. Blue mint Pink 12-20 Hh-24h Only 52800 each Brenda Zett honoured at bridal Shower Brenda Merck Zett of Anderson s.c., was honoured at a bridal Shower Given at n. Main Street Baptist Church on sunday afternoon. Hostesses were is. Lena Sechrest is. Opal Wall is. Lillian Cross is. Treva mock is. Lucile Evans and is. Florence Frick. The Bride married to Miles Joseph Zett or. On feb. 16, was presented with an Orchid Corsage to complement her yellow and White ensemble. Other gifts of the hostesses were an electric Crock pot and decorative pillows. The party table was covered with a fringed White cloth Over Green Linen and entered with mixed Spring Flowers and lighted White candles. The gift table was covered with an embroidered cutwork cloth. Recent Bride feted at Huggins Home mrs. Larry Collins a recent Bride was honoured at a miscellaneous bridal Shower on tuesday evening at the Home of mrs. Herman Huggins 153 Apollo Cir. Hostesses were mrs. Leon Collins mrs. Wayne Cox and mrs. Huggins aunts of the bridegroom mrs. Collins received a Corsage of White carnations and later the hostesses added an electric Fry pan to the Shower of gifts. From a table covered with an Ecru lace cloth entered with a Novelty Candle surrounded by Flowers. Mrs. Michael Clodfelter presided at the punch bowl. Special guests were mrs. Max Collins and mrs. E. L. Varner Mother and grandmother of the bridegroom. Mrs. Collins is the former Barbara Sherwood of Greensboro. Sale on women s name Brand shoes miss America new Spring and summer styles selected from our regular Stock. Reg. Price Sale to $15 Price Mon naturalized new Spring and summer styles selected from our regular Stock. Sale Reg. Price Price to $23 14�?� t016" ladies and teenage girls see our new line of out durables by Daniel Green. Casual Sandal and All the other new styles and colors for Spring and summer at the Low Price of $10, $11, $12. All Bank charge cards honoured open Friday nights til9 00 Quality shoe store expert shoe fitters a a your Quality family shoe a 137 s. Main St., High Point All Park i amp shop tickets honoured 4 i

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