High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Feb 3 1972, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 3, 1972, High Point, North Carolina At local Owca or. Women have Fine arts festival members of the High Point Junior woman a club held their annual Fine arts festival yesterday at Adams memorial Owca. Prior to the meeting entries were judged by mrs. Charles Atkinson mrs. Robert Dutnell and mrs. Paul Mccarr. Modelling outfits they had made were club women mrs. Darrell Stout and mrs. Charles Brockman and misses Carolyn Johnston and Cindy Moore from High Point Central and miss Anita Dickens a student at t. Wingate Andrews High school. Commentary was by mrs. Carlyle Teague club sewing chairman. Mrs. Rex Walser spoke to the club on a the respectable woman a this will be mrs. Walser a subject As she represents the High Point juniors in the club woman s District Public speaking contest. Mrs. Steve Oxford the club s Public speaking chairman announced that miss Judy Ryan a student at High Point Central High school and the current High Point Junior miss will represent the club modelling outfits modelling outfits which were award winners at the Fine arts festival Are or mrs. Darrell Stout and Carolyn Johnston. Mrs. Iii ii Point Enterprise the world of Stout wears a Maxi skirt and Blouse while miss Johnston wears a Long Cape with a Gueho outfit. Staff photo by Arf Richard Wien Adelaide we s editor thursday feb. 3. 1972. Section b horticulture greats Are discussed by miss Kivett miss Glading Kivett presented a program on horticulture for members of the midweek Garden club when they met wednesday with mrs. R. T. Cottam on Parkway. In her presentation miss Kivett called attention to Many of the a a greats in horticulture history. They include George Washington Thomas Jefferson and Luther Burbank among others. More recently she continued there is Mary g. Henry of Philadelphia who has the Best collection of native plants in America. The speaker paid Honor to local horticulturists mrs j. Elwood Cox mrs. John Teague. Mrs. Altai an Millis mrs s. H Tomlinson Dee Carrick and mrs Charles Perry among others. Miss Kivett was introduced by mrs. De Lyon who also conducted the business session. A report was made by mrs. Horace Haworth chairman of the nominating committee with members mrs. R. T. Amos and mrs. Cottam. The following slate was unanimously accepted mrs. Lyon president mrs. Fred Thomas vice president mrs. William Simmons recording Secretary mrs. Haworth corresponding Secretary Morfi. Elizabeth Covington treasure a Quot mrs. Copier Ellis custodian mrs w t Powell and mrs 0 00 ree c. Council representatives mrs Cottam Garden Cen or chairman mrs. G t West. Mrs. J. H Davis and mrs. Charles Wirsching program chairmen with mrs. J. H. Walker and mrs. Tom Kearns Telephone committee. The Council report was Given by mrs. Powell. Latest a Myyia Irtle ? Frank Bookhardt or. Or. And mrs. Frank Book lard of 801 Rose Crest an Lounce the birth of a son tank jr., on Jan. 31 at High Point memorial Hospital. Terry Cole or. And mrs. William Cole f it. 2, Lexington announce in birth of their son Terry Jan on feb. I at the High Point Hospital. Church activities Eastern Hills the Day Circle of Eastern Hills Christian Church will meet tomorrow with mrs. J. A. Long at her Home 2404 Waverly it tomorrow. The meeting is planned for to of clock in the morning. Members Are reminded to bring canned goods for the pantry. The group will go to the a amp a cafeteria for luncheon. Russell Hayworth or. And mrs. Carl Vaughn Hayworth of it. I Kernersville. Announce the birth of a son. Russell Vaughn on Jan. 28 at Forsyth memorial Hospital in Winston Salem. Mrs. Hayworth is the former Barbara Eastman of route 2. Andrea Arrington or. And mrs. Briggs Arrington of 1115 Wayside St. Are parents of a daughter. Andrea Leigh who was born on feb 2 at the local Hospital. Mrs. Arrington is the former Rilla Smith of Griffin a. In the student division of the Public speaking contest. Mrs. Thomas Hayworth Fine arts department chairman presented Blue ribbon awards to the following winners who will represent the club at the District 7 Fine arts festival to be held in High Point on March 4 a Floral arrangement mrs. Nathan Andrews a decorative accessories mrs Al Alexander a Basic embroidery mrs. Rick Larrick a needlepoint original mrs. Robert Boswell a needlepoint pattern mrs. Judd Sherman a crewel pattern mrs. Rick Larrick a knitting pattern mrs. Frank Collins decoupage mrs. Delbert Foster a Tole on Wood mrs. John Abernathy a Tole on Metal mrs Judd Sherman a Holiday crafts mrs. Colon far Low a photography mrs. Thomas Hayworth a miscellaneous mrs. Wayne Berry a sewing class a club woman for herself mrs. Darrell Stout a sewing class b student for herself miss Carolyn Johnston a a sewing class c club woman for child under 12 mrs. Pieter Witteveen. A special sweepstakes award certificate was presented to mrs. Sherman for having won the greatest number of Points. Following the invocation Given by mrs. Bill Woodard club president mrs. Earnest Broome conducted the business session. She introduced mrs. John Abernathy and mrs. James Morris As Transfer members. The following guests were welcomed mesdames Darrell Argo. Tom Canipe David Daniel. Bill Harris Michael Lambeth Joe Mccabe Kenneth Moore. Charles Simpson and Emma Jane Zimmerman Mother of mrs Broome. Also recognized were Andrews Junior ettes misses Sandi Underwood and Debbie Bollinger and Central sub juniors misses Lynn Bridgers and Sandra Silver mrs. Byron Godfrey reported that 1400 pounds of Recycle december May London was Doris Lemmon a 73-year-old merry widow and dancing teacher has struck a new blow for women a lib she is going to marry Richard borrow Dell who is Only 27. A shocking a a she a it ked. A nobody would think anything of the age difference if i were the Man and Dick were the her Groom to be is of similar mind a Page is a statistic that is stupid in our Case a insisted borrow Dell. A younger girls seem Dull dreary and slow compared to Doris. I have a hard time keeping up with her Able Glass has been delivered to Henderson. The conservation department requested that club members continue to save recyclable Glass for another delivery. Education department chairman mrs. Charles Mcdonald reminded members to bring magazines each month to be distributed to area rest Homes. So e announced that miss Linda Craven of Andrews High school will be the scholarship contestant for the no fwd Sallie Southall Cotton scholarship. Mrs. Hayworth announced the first class of the Fine arts dept. Enrichment series will be held on feb. 23 at the Home of mrs. Witteveen. This will be an instructional session on making ties. Mrs. Broome thanked mrs. Hayworth and members of the be department for their work. Mrs. Robert Boswell Home life department chairman reported on the help needed from the juniors during the county wide measles vaccination program March 13-24. The club approved the project. Mrs. Boswell announced that the clubs annual Spring Tea for residents of Astor dowdy towers will be held on March 29 mrs. Gerald Currier discussed the Owca swim program for the handicapped which will begin in april and a ked for club volunteers to assist. A Quot a. Don Everhart International affairs announced that four club members will attend the project concern seminar in Charlotte on feb 5. Decorating the paediatrics Ward at High Point memorial Hospital is the current project of the Public affairs department. Mrs. Sid Lenger reported. She also thanked members for bringing clothing for the clothing closet of the department chairman City welfare dept the president thanked mrs. Brockmann and mrs. Woodard for the table decorations and reminded members of the annual sweetheart Ball to be held on feb. La at Sedgefield Manor. Karen Johnson honoured miss Karen Johnson Bride elect of Robert Staley was honoured at a floating Shower by miss Jan Carrick of High Point and miss Penny Carney of Ashland City. Tennat 319 Model farm re. The color scheme of Lime Green and White was used throughout the entertaining rooms. Tile refreshment table was covered with a Green and White lace cloth and a Centrepiece of glazed sugared fruit and candelabra special guests were mrs. Charles Johnson. Mrs. E. I. Staley mrs. H o. Kepley and miss Jane Cline. Winning styles dressed in outfits which took first place in their respective divisions of the woman stub of High Point sewing contest Are in a Tamara Kemp Suzy Napier and Beatrice Nelson miss Kemp and mrs. Nelson made their out fits and miss Napier models a coat made by her Mother. Mrs s. P. Napier Pho Obr woman club lists results of sewing co petition t w e qty one constant ants modelled their own creations for members and guests at the luncheon meeting of the woman a club of High Point held at the top of the Mart on wednesday. Mrs. B j Williams welcomed guests and mrs. R. I. Ouigley gave the devotions mrs. Calvin Miller chairman of the sewing committee was assisted by mrs. Robert Eagle. Commentator for the show was mrs. Neal Lancaster. Mrs. Agnes Louise Owen provided music for the Parade of fashions. Winners were announced As follows class a adult division mrs. Beatrice Nelson honorable mention. Mrs f. K i it Ewis. And mrs. I. L Limiter. Tamara Kemp student at Northeast Junior High school first place in the class b division second place Winner was Anita Linville honorable mention Wanda Padgett. Winner in the adult sewing for a child was Suzie Napier. Home economics teacher mrs Mary Davenport of Northeast Junior High school and mrs. Wanda Davis Ragsdale were special guests along with six girls from Northeast who had participated in their school contests. Fashion judges were mrs William Bing and mrs. C. S. Sechler winners will compete in the District 7 seventh annual Fine arts festival to be held in High Point on m Rich 4 the woman s club of High Point will be the hostess club for the event to be held at the Sheraton hotel. The arts Council building will House tile crafts contest. Us me arts chairman mrs. N. S Stirewalt announced that the Fine arts department will be at the Home of mrs. Bernard Lasine of 1324 Heath Cliffrd on feb la. Mrs. Jack Barrier chairman of the Home life committee. Urged members to attend the piano concert and singing Bells on feb. 16 at id a in at Emery i gtd Baptist Church. Debra Loi Westmoreland Katherine Mae slate Brenda Gayle Coggins engaged couples reveal wedding plans reception set for couple or. And mrs. Elbert Samuel Martin of 108 Bridlewood or. Will be honoured by their children at a reception on the occasion of their Golden wedding anniversary on sunday. The event will be held from 2-5 p. In. At the Homey town fire station. Family and friends Are expected to attend. Three engaged couples have announced their wedding dates. Westmoreland Dennis or. And mrs. Hughes p. Westmoreland of 308 Hickory Lane announce the engagement of their daughter. Debra Lou to Randy Wayne Dennis of Greensboro. The couple will speak their vows on March 3 in a 7 p. In. Ceremony at shining Light Baptist Church. Miss Westmoreland attended Ragsdale High school and is employed by influential inc. Or. Dennis attended rags Dale High school and is employed by Hay manufacturing. He is the son of or. And mrs. Ollie Dennis of it. La Greensboro. Slate Mosley a March 4 wedding Date has been selected by miss Katherine Mae slate and her Fiance Roger Lee Mosley. The couple will speak their vows at Spring Hill methodist Church parsonage. Miss slate is the daughter of or. And mrs. James w. Slate of 1813 w. Lexington ave. She graduated in 1970 from led Ford High school where she was a member of Cha Fla and choir. She is employed by design concepts. Or. Mosley is the son of Jessie l. Mosley of Grundy va., and the late mrs. Mosley. He attended school in Virginia and is employed by Lackey int and dry Wall in Greensboro. Cog inf Hurley Denton a a or. And mrs. S. Donald Badgett announce the engagement of their daughter Brenda Gayle Coggins to Phillip Ray Hurley son of mrs. Kepler Hurley of by. I Star and the late or. Hurley. The Coupe i is planning an april 9 wedding at first methodist Church. The Bride elect graduated from Denton High school attended Kings College in Char Lotte and graduated from Ashmore business College in Thomasville. She is employed by Murray m. White inc. Of High Point. Or. Hurley graduated from Troy High school and served a tour of duty in the . Army. He is self employed mrs. D l Linier spoke of the District 7 music contest to he held on feb. 19 at Greensboro College in Sidell auditorium to begin at 9 a in winners will perform at the Fine arts festival contestants will be Ai f blows boy vocal baritone Stephen Brooks student at Cem Al High school orchestral instrument Ronnie Brown oboist student at alien Jay High school piano Donald Hartman student at Ragsdale High school. It was announced that a Iota i Art contest will be held on feb 25 for paintings and crafts. These will be displayed at the Public Library in the audio visual room. Judges will be mrs Martha Hamilton and mrs William ring. There will be a fashion show and Bridge on March 9 at the Moose i Odge on n main steet. Program planned at Library a variety hour of Short features climaxed by a new film singled out by children s film specialists for its Superior Story and music will make up the saturday morning film program at the High Point Public Library. Scheduled Are a a Green eyes a a Reading by Edward g. Robinson of Abe Birn Baum s Story of a frolicking Kitten b i g people Little people a a fantasy in which children run a City minus adults and a jazz of a a jazz accompanied Romp through the world famous St. Louis zoo Early on a Summers Day. The final feature re run by popular request is the appealing Story of a Little boy whose pet Caterpillar dances when he play s the Harmonica and becomes a world celebrity. The film illustrates the inevitability of change when the Caterpillar becomes a Butterfly. The show takes place at 10 30 a. In. In the audio visual room. Newcomers plan dance the newcomers club will have a Mardi gras dance on feb. 19 at the top of the Mart from 9 . Until i . Members Are planning to bring guests. Dave Carters combo will play music for dancing. Brunch will be served at the close of the affair. Sealed lips Scarborough. England was a Amanda Davis 17, has Given up kissing for the next month the teen girl is an animal Trainer at the local zoo. Unfortunately the Seal that she was training to kiss her bit her in the Mouth instead. A my lips have been temporarily sealed with a stitch a she wrote to friends

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