High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Feb 15 1972, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 15, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Husbands Are guests of Law wives at dinner Iii this setting at the Law wives dinner party Are or standing mrs. James w. Clontz. Or. Clontz mrs. James f. Morgan and or. Morgan. Seated 1-r Are mrs. John Riggs and mrs. Donald Boone. Staff photo by Mark Austin girl scout association holds panel discussion Thomasville the Fellowship Hall of memorial Unity methodist Church was the setting for the meeting of tile girl scout Assn. 13, which includes South High Point Archdale. Trinity and Thomasville. A report of the annual tar Heel triad girl scout Council november meeting was read a slate of nominees for election to the Council was Given As follows delegates mrs. Carl Foust and mrs. T. H. Byrnes mrs. Edwin Sechrist. Mrs. Fred a Watson and mrs Anne Hilton honoured Archdale miss Anne Hilton Bride elect of Fred Culler jr., was honoured at a floating miscellaneous Shower on feb. 12 at the c. C. Culler residence. The event was Given by the aunts of the prospective bridegroom. Mrs. Alex mock. Mrs Libby a it held. Mrs. Ernest thalasinos and mrs. Vernon head upon her arrival miss Hilton was presented with a Corsage of miniature red carnations and a gift of an electric appliance from the hostesses. Approximately 25 guests called Between the hours of 7 30-9 . The Valentine colors of red and White Here used throughout the Home guests were invited into the dining room where the refreshment table was covered with a handmade lace cloth Over red. Caught at the Corners with bows of red and White net and miniature wedding Bells. The table was entered with an arrangement of red and White snapdragons and carnations flanked by candelabra holding red tapers mrs mock presided at the punch bowl. Special guests included mrs j. C. Hilton or. Mother of the Bride elect mrs. Fred Culler Mother of lie bridegroom elect miss Judith Culler sister of the bridegroom elect and mrs. C. C Culler grandmother of the bridegroom elect. Goodbye were said to the hostess. Miss Hilton and or Culler will be married on feb 28 at Hirst Wesleyan Church High Point. K. M. Vestal of High Point alternate delegates mrs. Charles Lloyd and mrs. David Ogren nominating resource committee. Mrs. B r. Clod Felter an a mrs. J t Linton of High Point and mrs. K. F. Huffman association chairman. Mrs w f. Perkins. Miss Nancy Dummer Field director reported on Camp plans and ecology and cleanup projects. A panel discussion was held by girls from several troops Liz Linton. Sharon fair cloth Luann Burrow. Jill Clodfelter and Donna Askew of High Point Judy Lloyd. Scarlet Smith Joyce Harper and Sandra Hedrick. Miss Dummer acted As Moderator. Plans were made for a workshop on badges and crafts to tie held at Archdale United methodist Church. The next association meeting will he held in May. Several activities have been planned for wives who will accompany their husbands to the n. C. Cemetery Assn. Meeting at four seasons Holiday inn feb. 16-18 mrs. James d. Morgan jr., of High Point chairman of the women s entertainment program has announced activities arranged f it a the women. On wednesday at 3 45 p in. A tour will be held at Hatteras yacht for women interested in water sports. The tour will last one hour. A fashion show is planned on thursday and will be present by Tobias inc. Tile commentary will be by mrs Teresa Watson. The group will have a tour High Point furniture showgirls on Friday and then will go to a local Interior design studio where four Interior de signers will discuss the latest trends in furniture design. Anne Navaro of Baltimore. Md., a senior biology major at High Point College and National cover girl for Masland Dur Aleather co. Of Philadelphia a. Will participate As a Model in the fashion show and will be in hospitality room of the inn each afternoon to visit with delegates to the meeting. Mrs. Morgan is the wife of James d. Morgan vice president of memorial Parks inc., operators of Floral Garden Park cemetery or. Morgan has been Active in planning the meeting along with other Board members Wilbur Hartman of Walkertown Paul a Alberstat of Charlotte and William h. Whitley or. Of Concord. Classical guitarist presents program or c. J Rountree presided at the february meeting of the Friday morning music study club held in fhe Home of mrs r. I. Quigley with mrs. Marvin slate co to Tess mrs. Rountree welcomed a new member. Mrs. Richard Crowder and one guest. Mrs. Jack Barrier. The president announced that the March meeting of the club would be at the Home of mrs. Alton Stanford mrs ted Schubert introduced Bob Robertson guitarist she stated that he has been in High Point for one year working with youth unlimited. A guitarist since the age of 12. Or. Robertson is now playing with a group called a he plans to return to school in the fall in preparation for a professional career in music. Or. Robertson explained husbands were guests Friday night when members of High Point Law wives entertained at a dinner for 64 at the string and splinter club. An arrangement of Spring Flowers in shades of Pink red and White was in the foyer of the club. The colors were repeated in smaller bouquets on the tables set in the main dining room for groups of six and eight. Or. And mrs. James w. Clontz and or. And mrs. Louis j. Fisher jr., greeted the guests and or. And mrs. James Morgan directed to the lounge of the club where a social hour preceded the dinner. During the evening five new members of the High Point bar and their wives were introduced. They included or. And mrs. Jack Poisson. Or. And mrs. Hugh Bennett or. And mrs. Robert Schoch or. And mrs. Michael Mcgee and or. And mrs. James Gill. Mrs. Edward Harden social chairman who arranged the dinner also was introduced. Following the dinner a Brief skit with Thomas a. Sprinkle Dean of the attorneys present As the Central character was presented. Taking part were Louis Fisher. Jr., president of the High Point bar attorney Richard Tate. Judge Robert l. Martin and mrs. Poisson mrs. Schoch and mrs. Mcgee. Of ugh Point Enterprise Llie world of women Adelaide s editor tuesday february 15, 1972. 6a Aba group hears talk by George Seay at Owca mrs. Came describes gov. Morehead Home wives to accompany husbands to meeting various techniques of the classical guitar and played three selections from 16th Century music. A pavane a by Milan a a a a 11 i a n do by Lowland and Quot prelude no. 6�?o by Ponce. He closed his program with original compositions and themes which he Hopes to use a an album lunch was served to fourteen members and guests at the conclusion of the program. Greensboro s t a a mount country club was the setting for the Friday meeting of the Earl of Shaftsbury chapter colonial Dames xvii Century. Mrs. Mcdaniel Lewis president introduced the speaker mrs Mary l. Caine president of the Greensboro preservation society who spoke on by and Wood the Home of gov. John Motley Morehead. She gave a full history of the mansion from its beginning As 3 Small House in 1788 until its completion by gov. Morehead who employed Alexander Jackson Davis architect of new York to design the building in the style of an Early tuscan Villa. Mrs Caine traced t h c changes of ownership of the latest arrivals Evo Decarlo Herley or. And mrs. Ii Bald Berley of 1113 Elon or. Announce the Fob. To birth of a daughter Evo Decarlo at the High Point memorial Hospital. Stephanie Mcclary a daughter Stephanie Nicole. Was born to or. And mrs. David p Medary of 701-a, Douglas dr., Thomasville. The baby was born at the High Point Hospital. Jeffrey Martin the feb. 9 birth of a son Jeffrey Michael at the local Hospital is announced by or. And mrs. James Edward Martin of route 3. Daryl Poole or. And mrs. Clay m. Poole or. Of it. 3, Trinity announce the birth of a son. Daryl Mcconnell on feb. To at the High Point Hospital. Jennings Bentonjr. Or. And mrs. Jennings Benton of 117 Dalton ave., Thomasville. Announce the birth of a son. Jennings jr., who was bom on feb. 12 at High Point memorial Hospital. Church activities Church of Christ the Day Circle of first Church of Christ will meet on wednesday at to of clock in the morning in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. Each member is asked to bring a covered dish for the luncheon to follow the meeting. . Huneycutt interiors Iraq custom craftsmanship on a it i 1 custom craftsmanship on a custom a custom a Tab a custom Radi a v Olanta Iii i walk it to to it 0> a oppose loft Coll �83-7321perfume fades clothes Wear out chocolates disappear Flower Wilt a Diamond is forever. Buy your engagement Diamond in the modern manner flawless Fine flair phone 885-2251 a Friendly voice is 882-8121 f Contact As close As the Telephone we re Here to help you 24 or. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a property through he years. Among the families who have owned the Hou get Are such As Mucci Piston Thornburg Bland Caldwell Lindsay and Morehead. The property was known for a number of years As Keeley Institute when it served As a rehabilitation Hospital for alcoholic and drug patients. It is now a historic and Cul Lural showplace for the Public and is being gradually restored to its former Beauty through Public and private support according to the speaker. Mrs. James s. Hunt was introduced As a new member others rending from h go Point were mrs. Bruce Carraway and mrs. Neale s. Stire wait. George Seay Guilford county director of Public relations was guest speaker at the furniture capital chapter of american business women a Assn. Meeting on feb. To at the Owca on Gatewood Avenue. Mrs. Lester Valentine program chairman introduced the speaker who spoke on or. Seay stated that february has been set aside As citizenship month. The nation reflects the people and has always been dedicated to Freedom Liberty and democracy. He stated that democracy Means Equality free speech and self government. Democracy cannot be Equality unless it is Equality of Opportunity. There can not be Progress unless there is Opportunity. Liberty cannot permit Man to do just Quot hat he wants. Liberty gives Freedom hut cannot allow someone to intrude on another individual. Greatness of a nation is the people who make up the nation. What people do to contribute is what makes a great nation state or county. The Middle class is the stable group that is the Backbone of any Community. A Good citizen does his Job and nudges his neighbor to do his. In Guilford county in 1970 Only 25 per cent of qualified voters voted in the election. Or. Seay asked what happened to the 75 per cent who stayed at Home he said a Good citizen exercises his right to vote and when the government does something he voices his opinion. Mrs. Wesley Hedgecock conducted the meeting and welcomed guest mrs. Judy Mabe employed by american Auto Supply who was introduced by mrs. W c. Chiltonjr. The invocation was Given by mrs. Edna Mac Mcallister and the pledge of allegiance by mrs Helen royals. Miss social Calendar tuesday 6 45 pm. The general meeting of the Erindale woman s club takes place at Trinity memorial methodist Church. The executive Board meets at 6 . 7 the Pilot club of High Point meets at t in Sheraton hotel. 7 3p m. A Blue ladies of Mayfield meet at Maryfield Home. Wednesday to a. In. A Emerywood Baptist Church is the setting for a meeting of the Home life dept of the High Point woman a club. 1.30 . A mrs. H d min Nis. Greensboro Road is hostess for the out our Way Garden club meeting Thelma Trogdon vocational chair Man introduced miss empty Miller vocational speaker who spoke on her duties with Prudential insurance company medicare division. Mrs. Hedgecock thanked mrs. Wade Cumby and her committee for making Bosses night 1972 such a successful event. 83 members and their Bosses and guest attended this annual event. Members attending t h e Southeastern District meeting of american business women a Assn. In Orlando fla., in March Are mrs. W. E. Chilton jr., mrs. Cloyd Austin. Mrs. Jesse Brackett mrs. Harold Coltrane mrs. Wesley Hedgecock. Mrs. Shirley Johnson. Mrs. Harvey Coltrane mrs. Roscoe Yates mrs. James Myrick miss Louise Adams and miss Thelma Trogdon. Mrs. Arlene Dozier announced a George Washington birthday dinner and dance will be held on feb. 19 at the Moose Lodge. Dinner will he served and dancing by music of the off beat five. Members were asked to attend and bring a guest. Mrs. Norman Clapp. Hand of Friendship Tea chairman announced March 19. As the Date of the Tea with the time and place to he announced later. Wiliiams nos nuns a Quality Hun prs a i Rife Vional service 2ii121 a full re in bile Sam i ii i up amp or it0 flood living color try Page Quot America s Spaghetti Sauck latest creation among the 1972 Spring summer showings is this ensemble by Paris Couturier Molyneux the dress is in White natural and Black printed silk the Wool overcoat is in the same colors. The Black Straw hat and Champagne silk Scarf Complete the outfit. Map wire photo water weight problem usie Lim exert Arr in the Bod ran by Unrein fur Lable. Elim Mill help ii lose exerts mater height. E at Mann drug re Ommund it. Only $1.50 Mann drug stores a a 11 x 14 color portrait only11.45 Complete attention mothers limit on per family Leach amp Wagner Trinity . Wed. Feb. 16-hrs. 11-6 food Mart Randleman . Thurs. Feb. 17-hrs. 11-6 is Alyou need is la certificate open 6 30 to 6 30one hour Mem the Host in oar Cic Anino for our customers who missed our sunday 1/2 Price and. In a Coupon 5 shirts., 3 locations a 2351 English re. 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