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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2a High Potat Enterprise sunday february 17 w4 by Forrest Cates theres a Book out which May be the Best thing that happened to the institution of marriage since the invention of preachers its published by the Duke University press and is entitled popular beliefs and superstitions from North Carolina the Book lists a whole Hope Chest full of ways a Gal can get Herman or vice versa but mostly versa Vise herewith Are a few for the Benefit of girls who might be looking for Guys and Guys who might be for varned so they can prepare their defense when its raining and the Sun is shining at the same time go out in the Yard and turn up a Rock and you will find a hair of the same color As that of your future intended Heck if you approach the thing like that you May even find your intended under a keeping a hair pin in ones shoe All Day will cause one to dream of ones sweetheart it will also cause one to feel a sticking sensation in ones if your eyebrows meet you will marry near Home if your eyebrows meet you May find your mate swinging from the tree in the front if your upper lip itches it itches for a Long tall kiss from a Man with a Short stiff a fever Blister on a girl indicates she has been kissed by what a Leper the first Man you shake hands with after kissing a baby you will marry which is a darn Good argument against both kissing and if a girl will kiss her Elbow she will get the Man she wants and herself written up in the medical Jour nals Bend your thumb so As to touch your wrist and you May have whom you want and it better be a White scars on your Finger nails Tell the number of sweethearts you have or that you happen to have polka Dot a Hundred Railroad rails consecutively and you can marry any one you wish assuming there were no trains coming three drops of your own blood fed to the object of your misplaced affection is an effective love Charm to keep a woman True take some dirt from her right foot track and a Wisp of hair on the Back of her neck and Stob it in the Hole with a Hickory Stob in Case that Doest work give her a Good Sharp rap with that Hickory Stob frogs blood put on a certain girl you Are interested in will compel her to love you or buy you a fast trip to the drug convictions listed woman Given 110 years in Henry Moffitt slaying pc Homecoming Queen Donna Walls talks with her escort Tom Sikes Energy crisis has effect on College Homecoming by James Willis the Gas shortage and the ice storm had various effects on Homecoming activities at High Point College this weekend alumni arrived late for scheduled events and Many activities continued without the Aid of electricity the alumni executive com Mittee meeting in the dining room of the Holt Mcpherson Campus Center for example was conducted with the use of candlelight the weekends activities included receptions meals a banquet for 200 a basketball game saturday night and a Chapel service and a Rock concert sunday nominee for scholarships to be administered during the 197475 academic year were interviewed saturday and they met the colleges presidential scholars and faculty and staff members a conference for parents of the nominees was also Heid High Point College class reunions for the years 29 34 39 44 49 54 64 69 and 73 were staged and the Humanick department held visits on the scene Hasty kindergarten Hasty school District Arents Are being reminded hat forms Are now available it the school office for application for the Kinder Garten program for the 1974 75 school year children who will be five old on or before oct 6 1974 Are eligible to attend unde Garten next fall and applications should be completed As soon As possible paper drive the High Point Jaycees ire planning a paper drive or March 10 a spokesman asks to save their Between now and he drive Date proceeds from the paper Irive will go to cystic fibrosis chamber meet High Point chamber of Commerce directors will at 4 pm tuesday for heir regular february meeting at the civic groups i main Street building directors will consider the Jencys budget and hear sports from various orking committees they re also expected to discuss a Roposas for mass transit Rook tourney new Market a the High Point Enterprise established 1884 published every afternoon and sunday morning an Independent newspaper published by ii High Point Enterprise inc 210 Church Avenue High Point no 27261 of the associated press ates by mail payable in Advance Tyr 6 to 3 to 1 to and sunday s3640 s1820 s910 s305 Only s1300 s650 s325 si15 by Carrier wkly monthly 5305 or s3640 mail subscription in no subject to 4 soles tax the associated press is entitled to use for reproduction of All local Evvs printed in this newspaper of Well Riall a news dispatches entered As second class matter at the Post office High Point no under act of March 3 1879 second class postage paid at High Point no All carriers dealers and distributors re Independent contractors and the High Point Enterprise inc it not Spon sible for Advance subscription payments made to them or their for Home delivery Rote on act your local Carrier War Griffith company notional advertising representatives Rook tournament sponsored by the new Market civitan club will begin monday at 7 pm in the new Market Community Center an annual event the Dou ble elimination tournament will take five or six weeks to Complete the tournament is open to the Public and an entry fee will be charged trophies will be Awa Raea to the winners inc speaker the High Point chapter of the International manage ment Council will meet tuesday at pm at the Myca speaker for the evening will be Roger Smithling director of training and development for fiber industries in Salisbury Northeast pts the Northeast Junior High school pts will meet Mon Day at pm in the school the Northeast chorus will present a musical program Book store Heads Jamestown a statewide meeting of College Bookstore managers will be held tuesday wednesday and thursday at the Albert pick motor inn with representatives of Guilford technical Institute and state University serving As co chairmen j William m Guill of git and Jim Meachem of Wil Host the annual meeting of the College stores Assn of North Carolina registration has been scheduled Between 4 pm and 6 pm on tuesday Story hours weekly Story time for preschoolers at High Point Public Library has several openings miss Elizabeth Gurley childrens librarian has announced Story hours for four and five year Olds Are held in he childrens room on monday afternoons at pm and wednesday morning at 10 am miss Gurley conducts the half hour programs of storytelling introduction to books rhymes and games twice a month during wednesday morning Story time the Library offers a program for mothers of children attending Story hour min lifts held in the Community room offers Brief reviews of new Library books and talks on topics of special interest interested parents May Call the childrens division of High Point Public Library to Register their preschoolers in the monday afternoon or wednesday morning Story hours Library club Library participation in Community service projects will be the topic of discussion wednesday night at a meeting of the Guilford Library club in Library Tower of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro at pm the speaker will he Judi Lund coordinator of Volunteer Bureau for United Community services of Greensboro who will talk on her work with the Bureau and with libraries inthe Community Energy seminar the High Point chapter of administrative management society will sponsor a two hour seminar living with the Energy to be conducted by Orville Garrett of Guilford technical Institute from 4 to 6 pm feb 20 in the Plaza room Holiday inn Down town this seminar is free and open to members and their guests Earl Congdon president of old Dominion freight line will speak on Good decisions via Doodad ministration at the chapters regular meeting starting at 6 pm immediately following the seminar skiing Good sugar Mountain at Banner Elk reports excellent skiing conditions with All three chair lifts running and night skiing being allowed the resort reports Good skiing since feb 5 and said Good skiing was expected to continue on into March if the cold weather remains Board meets on tuesday Greensboro a request for permission to an open storage building in the Industrial area West of this City will come before the Guilford county Board of adjustments at a meeting planned for pm febt19 atthe courthouse Here highlighting the weekends activities were two new events the choir and English majors reunions alumni visiting the band room in the Fine arts building looked at scrap books of High poin College choirs and saw poster Dis plays of the work of the choirs during the 50year history of the school the scrapbooks show choir members and the tourist attractions they visited on an Nual choir Tours copies of old choir programs and the record albums that the choirs have produced Over the years were on display we were Lucky to have choir programs printed much less record albums like today choir groups have said Patran Ford Wagoner of High Point a 56 graduate mrs Wagoner noted new additions to the schools programs such As religious emphasis week and she reflected about the women chorus at the College in 1956 each Spring pc choirs performed in churches and High schools while visiting the new York and Washington do areas we Sang for our meals said mrs Wagoner today director of choirs William Highbaugh led the choir alumni in singing a selection of classical and religious songs at the majors reunion Jim Coble editor of apogee Magazine announced that a new award the Charles Eugene mounts award for literary excellence would be Given annually or mounts professor of English at pc advises apogee two alumnae Helen Sockwell of Mcleansville 65 and Pam Fletcher Kerr of Charlotte 66 Praise the new writing lab in Cooke Hall a color film made by the creative writing class in january illustrating the struggles of a College coed until she meets her True love was shown despite a slow Start because of a shortage of prospective jurors and the absence of a court reporter because of illness the ses Sion of Superior court ending Friday handled several cases Mary Lucille Harrington 32 of West Street charged with murder pleaded nolo contender no contest to involuntary manslaughter judge Harvey Lupton sentenced her to 110 years in prison she was accused of murder in the nov 11 death of Henry Moffit Joe Bud Williamson of English Road got three years each on two counts of posses Sion of drugs with intent to distribute he received another six months to run concurrent with the other sentences on a third count of Possession with intent to Dis tribute a nol pros with leave was taken in a charge of Misdemeanour Possession of drugs x cd Gaines of w Kearns Avenue got two years on two counts of Possession of marijuana with intent to Dis tribute and one count of distributing marijuana Allen David Johnson 19 no address listed was Given 13 years on a charge of posses Sion of drugs with intent to distribute he received six More months on a charge of attempting to Burn a jail resulting from a fire in a local county jail on dec 14 in two charges of Possession of drugs with intent to Dis tribute Johnson pleaded guilty to Misdemeanour Possession he got six months suspended and was ordered placed on probation when released from prison after serving the Active sentences Lee Cox who listed address As High Point College was Given 90 Days Active on a charge of posses sign of marijuana with intent in two other cases of Possession of marijuana with intent to distribute he was Given two year suspended fined and costs and placed on probation nol presses with leave were taken in three other charges of distributing drugs against Cox Luke Mclaurin of High Point was Given 18 months Active on a charge of distributing marijuana1 on a charge of Possession of marijuana with intent to Dis tribute Mclaurin pleaded guilty to Misdemeanour Possession and was Given another six months Mclaurin got four years suspended and was placed on probation on another charge of distributing marijuana probation is to Start when he completes the Active sentences Jimmy Oliver 20 of Greensboro was Given eight months on two of breaking and entering and Charles Gray Ridge 26 of Greensboro got eight months Active on a charge of larceny Donald Ray Ingram 16 of Harrison Street had a sentence of 24 years activated after alleged Proba Tion violation he was Given the sentence on a charge of forgery and uttering a forged Check Janet Ann Johnson of Louise Avenue was Given 12 months suspended fined and costs and placed on probation on one4 charge of attempting to get drugs by forging a prescription a nol pros with leave was taken on a second such charge David Lee Cox 21 of Bolton Street was Given two years suspended fined and costs and placed on probation on a charge of forgery he also was ordered to make restitution a nol pros with leave was taken in a second forgery charge against Cox Darryl Bryant Causey of route 1 was Given 12 months suspended Aid placed on probation Noma charge of forgery he was ordered to 1c make 141564 restitution charges of breaking and entering against Donnie Reese of Kendall Street were nol pressed with leave court records indicated the action was because Reese was now serving a three year Active sentence on a forgery charge a charge of larceny by trick against Bill Smith of Valley Ridge drive was nol pressed with leave via sunday morning february 171973 page2a Mobile meals celebrates second successful year by Ray Hubbard Enterprise staff writer one of North Carolinas outstanding leaders in human services Fields will be the speaker tuesday night at the annual meeting of High Points Mobile meals for the elderly and handicapped Elizabeth Duncan Koontz assistant Secretary for coordination of nutrition programs in the North Carolina dept of human resources will address the meeting set to begin at at Bani Israel synagogue on Kensington drive the meeting is open to the Public the meeting is being hosted by the Council of jewish women in connection with that groups Celebration of brotherhood Mobile meals is jointly sponsored by the Council of jewish women and Church women United the meeting Marks two years of successful operation of a program which now provides 57 warm lunches to elderly and handicapped persons in High Point each Day along with a generous serving of care by the volunteers who deliver the meals mrs Koontz during the past two years about 25000 meals have been prepared by the Tomlinson elementary school cafeteria at Cost Mobile meals is a nonprofit organization supported by financial contributions from churches civic organizations and individuals and by the dept of social services All the work by volunteers hundreds of volunteers have taken part in the program since it began and about 200 Are involved in the program now mrs Koontz a native of Salisbury was appointed to the labor dept Post in 1969 and is the first Black woman to serve i that Post she also has served during that period As the us Delegate to the United nations on the status of women she has spent most of her life in the Field of education in which she holds a masters degree in elementary education from Atlanta University she also has done graduate work at Indiana University and North Carolina College mrs Koontz is a life member of the National education Assn and has held All of organizations elective offices she was elected president in 1968 she has also served As president of the National Assn of classroom teachers she was a Leader in the North Carolina teachers Assn the Black state teachers association before its merger with the North Carolina education Assn she has also been Active in numerous other service and human relations oriented organizations both nationally and at state and local level grandmas see kids from a obscured viewpoint for some reason maybe its because imaging out of the Young mothers group there Are never any Small children around the House anymore nobody i know has Small children and no one under school age Ever comes through the House a Friend of mine who was visiting relative who ill though mentioned to me earlier in the Day that her laughter and grandson were visiting her Well Why dont you leave the Little boy with me i said while both of you go and visit she seemed appreciative but u Little sceptical Hes just three she said and he really has a lot of Energy that was Fine with me with two boys inthe family Energy is nothing new so when she called at six thursday night to Tell me that maybe shed better wait till another one Over the let me keep him i told her no that it would really boost my morale to play mama to a three Earold for a while so with a ring of the Doorbell came Matt three years old he walked in the House a perfect stranger waved goodbye to his Mother and grandmother without a qualm and me a big hug although it was the first time Heb Ever seen me he want one to mess around with formalities he handed me a Book and said Here you can read me this later when he had appeared at the door a Little boy with Beautiful Blond hair and dressed in Brown Corduroy overalls and Matching shirt i had said of How cute Hes at a stage where Hes learning new words and when i took him into my living room he said sincerely of How cute about that time my youngest son and the girl next door came in he looked at them both and said in a syrupy voice of How cute pretty soon we were feeling like he was one of the family he had already eaten but he sat Down at the table with us and ate St me cookies he was also drinking Coke and when he finished he flew Over to the counter with his cup his answer to my question where Are you going came simultaneously with my seeing the Coffee pot sitting near the Edge of the counter where he was putting my cup i made some kind of record run to grab him but he simply put the cup beside the Coffee pot and looked at me As if i were a crazy lady it dawned on me after my heart stopped pounding that you forget How it is to childproof a House when the children Are past the age of pulling off Coffee pots v with supper Over he had the Choice of three forms of entertainment watching television listening to one son play the guitar or around by Faye Marks playing records and games with the other one it was no hard Choice for did them All he watched television Long enough to say when a prize was Given on one of the game shows of How cuu Ute then he was strapping on my sons old guitar and playing along and he was playing he Deando seek and he was listening to records he was playing Golf and Reading to us and exploring in my sons closet and talking while about How everything was so cute i gave him another cookie and after he ate it he went flying Down the hallway where Are you going i asked to Wash my hands he hollered Over his shoulder then he slowed Down came Back and looked in the doorway and said in an incredulous voice dont you Wash your hands when you eat cookies it was not Long before his Mother and grandmother came Back and it was to Tell the truth too soon for me i was getting used to Little feet running around Are you going to Wash the dishes before you go i asked him jokingly he pondered this for a minute As if torn Between Whit was the right thing to do and what he wanted to do i has to go to my grandmothers now he said with that he kissed everybody in the family including an unwilling sixth when he tried to Ward it off got the kiss right in the stomach he skipped out the door and said to me Fank you i had a Nice time then i made the mistake of saying of How because As he passed our car i heard him say to his Mother of How and cat of How Sweet he had evidently had cute and Sweet night and As i closed the door i realized the Joy grandchildren must be they come and visit they say cute things they entertain you you love them they make you feel Youngbun when its All Over its mom who has to them and put them to you relax in front of the fire and think of How Sweet

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