High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Feb 8 1972, Page 10

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 8, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Morgan s expert Fence co. Or i installed fencing m All types a a Bank Gerald financing w0kcan ju1 free estimates on your lot 882 0797 w&0& Fott and Reato Nabie ski Kojm Hoyle Morgan Mhz of tick mrs. J. W. Lindsay or. I discusses Campaign Mith three drive colonels colonels 1-r mrs. Robert Herman mrs. Howard Coble mrs. Robert Gross staff photo by Sonny Hedgecock top artists Are named for season by Community concert association the annual membership drive for High Points Community concert Assn. Got under Way this week with a Promise of outstanding performances from some of the nations Best known artists. A Kickoff luncheon was held monday at the Adams memorial Owca where Campaign leaders and workers were welcomed. Members of the Board of directors and workers for the Campaign were welcomed by mrs. Gilbert Clinard. Presid it. A my ship vice presidents mrs. Frank Wood. Jr., mrs. Ralph Brooks and mrs. J. W. Lindsay or. Introduced colonels for this Campaign mrs. Edward Silver mrs. Robert Gross mrs. Howard Coble. Mrs. Robert Herman and mrs. Robert k. Arthur. Who will serve As colonels heading the medical and professional division. Other division chairmen Are ivc Gal mrs. Dan herring p Esb Terian Home. Mrs. Marc aderholdt Jamestown area mrs. Richard Akers Thomasville area. Mrs. Gilbert Snyder High Point College. Mrs. Allen Thacker music teachers mrs. Richard Riem r. Miss Mae Kirkman and miss Mary p. Browne. Approximately 80 workers will assist the following additional captains during the Campaign this week mrs. L. U. Creech mrs. E. A. Sumner. Mrs. Tom Mcneil. Mrs. John Hamrick mrs. Stanley Herman. Mrs. James Verfurth. Mrs. Del Risdon mrs. Harold Belinsky mrs. Richard Crowder mrs. Robert Davis jr., miss Peggy Hart mrs. Wayland Linthicum mrs. Kenneth Geddie. Mrs. Rupert Harwell. Mrs. Phillip Fulton. Mrs. Frank Collins mrs. Robert Culp jr., mrs. Robert Gayle. Mrs. Robert i. Smith and mrs. Paul Owens. Mrs. Clinard introduced mrs. Florence Young. New York Reorg Stative for Community concerts who discussed the artists of the 1972-1973 season with the workers. All concerts Are held at memorial auditorium High Point College and attendance at these concerts is by member r i i i i i i i i i i i i q it i a cup this and ship Only no individual performance tickets Are available. The Campaign ends feb. La. Prospective members who have not been contacted May Cal 882-1521 for information and memberships. At monday s Kickoff luncheon opening the Community concert associations annual membership drive announcement was made of the four concerts which will be offered next season. Scheduled first on the associations ."3th series will be John a unit a leading Tenor with the metropolitan opera regularly starred in leading roles opposite such artists As Joan Sutherland. Anna Moffo and leontyne Price he has also Sung with every other important opera company in North America. Alexander is equally popular As soloist with symphony orchestras and in recital. His roles include the Duke in Rigo Letto. Pinkerton in Madame Butterfly. Alfredo in la Traviata the title role in Faust As Well As the leading Tenor roles in Martha Tosca and Norma which was his covent Garden debut in june 1970 opposite Sutherland. Making her appearance in High Point will be Susan. Starr one of the most heralded Young pianists of recent years. Famous in her native City of Philadelphia a Ince the age of six. When she made her debut As the youngest soloist Ever to appear with the Phil a Delphia or Chest a miss Starr also appeared of 18 As guest Artis at a Stu ent concert under the direct on of Eugene orman v. She be earn a internationally famous when she won Reg j Quot America s tastiest second prize in the second International to Chaikovsky Competition in Moscow in 1962, the Only woman and the first american since Van Cliburn to rank among the top winners. Besides concert Tours with the great orchestras Here and abroad. Miss Starr a professional triumphs include appearances on the Bell Telephone hour. Mike Douglas and tonight shows the season s third concert will be presented by the Dorian woodwind quintet a group of five Young musicians who Are outstanding Young instrumentalists. Members of the quintet Are Karl Kraber flute Jerry Kirkbride clarinet Charles Kuskin oboe Jane Taylor Bassoon and Barry Benjamin. French Horn. Al have had careers outstanding orchestras or music festivals prior to the formation of the quintet at Tanglewood in 1961. In addition to Cross country sold out frilled states Tours the group has concerti Zed widely in Europe and Africa. Concluding the series w ill be the Norman Luboff choir one of the country a outstanding vocal organizations. Its Arr a n g or conductor composer Norman Luboff has consistently created fresh interesting and unusual choral sounds. When this choir appeared in High Point several years ago it Drew standing room Only response. The annual membership drive this year will continue through Friday. Headquarters for the concert Assn this week is at the arts Council building. In addition to the concerts scheduled for next season new members will have the Opportunity of hearing this years final artist pianist Grant Johannesen. Commercial Loans factoring All types of commercial loons a accounts receivable a inventory a equipment a factoring Ese business credit inc. 600 North Hamilton Street High Point North Carolina 27260 phone 919-883-6116 special is off bring this and with cleaning and get one third it off the regular Price Good tues.,-wed.,-thurs.,-Fri. February 8th, 9th, 10th, a 11th 5 shirts $1.25 no limit Tucker s dry cleaners 1014 e. Green or. Phone 882-6313 ii. Clip this and j. J automatic car Wash we re where you live. Like Rowland pop. 1,358. High Point t Only full Stryk Cen Wash twin Oaks car Wash 2013 n. Main Street builders hardware featuring. Kwi set k offsets picture and Entrance handles in grecian and copa design. Finished in antique brass and Bronze Diplomat Malta k Tam Pic a master pad locks a Kwi set locks a National Cabinet hardware a Ajax Cabinet hardware a Blue grass hammers chisels hatchets a Lufkin tapes and rulers a Disston handsaws a american levellers a Black Decker electric Power saws and hand tools a Peg Board fixtures a tee hinges a Yale latches a Stanley steel tapes 1213 Ward St. Hedgecock builder Supply company of High Point no Ampie off Street parking Ofha a Stope in 0r�.,,o a a far it of i a Imp him in a a a Iii i mum Telephone 882-4101 a a unless you live Down near the South Carolina line you might not know where Rowland is. Its not a big place a but the Friendly people who live there say you won t find a finer Community anywhere in North Carolina. Rowland has been around for a Long time. Since the Day in 1888 when the first locomotive puffed up from the South with its gleaming brass and Nickel plate. Ralph Brake is our Man in Rowland. He uses his Home or his car As his office and when anybody needs to ask him a question about their Blue Cross he a easy to find and talk to. This is the kind of local service you get when you have Blue Cross and Blue shield. Whether you live in Rowland or Raleigh. Elizabeth City or Bryson City. We have Over 75 men like Ralph Brake from one end of North Carolina to the other. They re men the local citizens and local doctors and hospitals know. And Trust. They re there when they re needed. Because its their Home too. We re proud of Ralph Brake of Row land. And the 75 other Blue Cross representatives who serve you in cities and towns Large and Small All across North Carolina. Serving you is their Job. And ours. We re where you live. Serving you is our Only business. North Carolina Blue Cross Ano Blue shield. Inc. Membership drive gets under Way

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