High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Aug 21 1976, Page 23

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 21, 1976, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise saturday August 21, 1976 7b 6 00 . 2 Good morning show 3 summer semester tues and thurs. Only 3 now Friday Only 12 . Report 6 30 3 Story of Jesus 8 romper room 9.12 Arthur Smith 6 33 3 almanac 6 45 3 morning scene 7 00 3 lbs morning news 8 Southern exposure 9.12 today show 7 25 9 eyewitness news 12 news 7 30 8 Good morning America 9.12 today show 7 55 2 devotions 8 00 2 Captain Kangaroo 3 together 8 25 9 eyewitness news 12 Channel 12 news 8 30 3 Captain Kangaroo 9 00 2 old rebel show 3 together 8 dealing for dollars 9 Merv Griffin Mission impossible monday Only 12 mid morning 9 30 2 tattletale 3 the Lucy show 10 00 2,3 Price is right 9.12 Ford and son 10 30 9,12 celebrity sweepstakes 11 00 2,3 gambit 8 truth or consequences 9.12 wheel of Fortune 11 30 2,3 love of life 8 Happy Days 9.12 Hollywood squares 11 55 2,3 midday news 12 00 . 2 Young and the restless scene at noon 8 noon fitness news 9�?~ eyewitness news 12 concentration 12 30 2,3 search for tomorrow 8 All my children 9 Dinah 12 Donahue 1 00 2 Sandra and friends 3 Betty Feezor show 8 Ryan a Hope 12 Somerset 1 30 2,3 As the world turns 8 family feud 9.12 Days of our lives 2 00 8 $20,000 Pyramid 2 30 2,3 guiding Light 8 one life to live 9.12 the doctors 3 00 2,3 All in the family 9.12 another world 3-15 8 general Hospital 3 30 2,3 match game 4 00 2 Dinah 3,8 Partridge family 9 Mike Douglas 12 Green acres 4 30 3 Adam 12 8 Brady Bunch 12 Bonanza 5 00 3 mod squad 8 action hour 5 30 2 Andy Griffith show 9 bewitched 12 Adam-12 the Captain celebrates 6,000th show Mark More than 20 years ago on oct. 3, 1955, thousands of children tuned in for the first broadcast of a Captain Kangaroo a a gentle hour of television entertainment with its creator and Star Bob Keeshan on Friday aug. 27, a a Captain Kangaroo will present its 6,000th broadcast on the network at 8 . In special Observance of the Day and As a preview of the taped on location features to be presented this coming season. A Captain Kangaroo will visit a six flags Over the Large entertainment area in Atlanta. On the August 27 broadcast which was one of several episodes taped at the Park last May the Captain local shows announce guests Channel 2 a Good morning show 6-7 55 . Host Lee Kinard monday Lee welcomes Steven l Hicks executive director of the Greensboro drug action Council tuesday changes have been made in the supervision of the Guilford county animal shelter Lee visits that facility today with the Channel 2 camera for a first hand report. Wednesday employee training for the City of Greensboro is the topic As Lee chats with Patsy Burks personnel training coordinator. Thursday Lee talks to the animals and their trainers this morning when he welcomes members of the Carolina Kennel club Friday the Sammy Hall singers visit today As Lee welcomes the Jesus Rock Folk country pop Singer song writer from Tennessee. A Sandra and friends 1-1 30 . Hostess Sandra Hughes monday a discussion with Carrye Hill Kelley from Greensboro the author of a Bicentennial travelogue called a Blacks and Whites tuesday Mack Briggs director of the Carolina s pea and Golf pro at Myrtle Beach will talk about Golf and its Impact on society. Wednesday Nancy Kreisler a crusader for the rights of the handicapped will show How she makes things easier for a handicapped person thursday Telephone Call in on the warning signs and treatment of cancer Friday feature on a maintenance a a series which shows women How to make simple repairs around the Home. Channel 8 a Southern exposure 7 . Monday dermatologist or. Arnold Gill continues series on skin care Beatrice Trum Hunter author of a the Mirage of safety a discusses the inadequate testing methods used to determine carpet cleared 19�?o 29�?� any living room any living amp Hall dining amp Hall a additional rooms steam soil extraction a soil it removed to Bat of i born same areas described above 24�?�-34�?�-14�?� a family operation since 1968 satisfaction guaranteed a perfect carpet cleaning co. 885-6403 the safety of food additives. Tuesday local actors Pat Jobe and Sandra Epperson from the outdoor drama a the sword of peace visit. Mariam Nance state Winner of a veterinarian science project demonstrates proper pet care High Point school Board continues series on education wednesday Louis Fisher local attorney and member of the world olympic committee discusses the 1976 summer olympics. Harriett Tutterow clothing specialist talks about Back to school clothing thursday de Pilkington of a Horn in the West brings actors from mount View theatre group of London England to talk about their performance at Boone. Barbara Sawyer of the Carolina Kennel club of Greensboro gives details on the a mock dog show at four seasons mall in Greensboro this weekend Sally Nixon teacher and poetess demonstrates her unique method of teaching and Reading poetry As Lynn Freedle interprets the readings in dance Friday Bonnie Mcelveen Dillon of Ivey s presents an unusual a musical fall fashion Channel 12 a mid morning 9-10 . Hosts Dave Plyler and Binney Dudley monday guests include Larry h Royster president of the Cary High school band boosters who will present a tape of the band Paul Robinson. Temporary president and Carl Whitney Council member will discuss the Forsyth county Council for older adults. Deaf awareness week a a discussion with Earl Elkins tuesday or. James Proctor. Director of the child guidance clinic will discuss child psychology Karen Keene merchandising manager for Belk will present a fall fashion show Donna Nodine Public education chairman and or Joseph Burnham dentist will discuss the Oral screening clinic sponsored by the american cancer society wednesday Noel Dunn president of the Myca Board and Borden Hanes chairman of the membership enrolment drive will discuss the Myca in Winston Salem and Linda Fitzhugh of the egg marketing Assn will prepare a recipe thursday by tiv Barnes will talk about designer fall fashions and a representative from the nature science Park will bring an exhibit Friday a report from the Greensboro chamber of Commerce Nancy Kreisler will discuss a the crusading handicapper a and Lou Miller director of Golf at Pinehurst will discuss the world open. The Golf Hall of Fame and women s Golf the first american medical school was opened in Philadelphia in 1765 f a August special buy 3 Yards of fabric get the fourth Yard free 1501, inc. Decorating fabric services 1501 s main thigh Point n. C phone 885-4224 and his friends come to the Aid of a carnival Man and his failing business. As previously announced other is odes to be broadcast next season were taped in Nashville Oryland in May with visits planned for sea world and the zoo in san Diego. In High Point High Point residents will have the Chance to air their views on local issues when Sandra Hughes visits Westchester mall on thursday at 3 30 . To film interviews for the a speak out feature on a a Sandra and the film will be shown on aug. 31 at i . A a a a a Mammoth special our famous Cheddar cheese regular 2.67 now $ i 79 la. She Swiss Colony wisc Istir Mau by 716 in t Dorminy studios Jacqueline Dorminy director Register for fall classes tap jazz. Ballat Point Baton gymnastics amp baby work registration dates aug 23 to sept. 3 classes begin sept. 7th far information Cau 183-4124 1635 n. Main High Point . A a

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