High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Feb 20 1974, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 20, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Woman s club Fine arts group hears Book review she makes husband pair of plaid pants High Point Enterprise wednesday february 20,1974 7a Goins Cook vows Are said mrs. C. E. Mounts reviewed the Book a summer before the dark for members of the Fine arts dept. Of the High Point woman a club when they met Friday in the Home of mrs. C. G. Mackintosh 1309 Greenway or. Mrs. Mounts said the Book was written by Doris Lessing who is hailed As great Britain a outstanding authoress. She compared the author with English authors Lawrence Conrad and Joyce and cited examples of their influence on her work. She stated that the authoress stories concern people in the world today and her novels Deal with the deep dark forces abounding today. The novel is a penetrating study of Kate Brown continued mrs. Mounts. Hate at the age of 45, faces one crisis after another. Married to a successful doctor and the Mother of four children she finds herself suddenly alone when her family a summer plans do not include her. She accepts an offer As French and portuguese interpreter with an International food organization which takes her on a sojourn across Southern Europe. The Book deals with her experiences in this role. The speaker noted that to be successful a novel must be to a Large measure autobiographical. It was suggested in the discussion which followed that while it was unfair to place women generally in this situation perhaps one does feel a partial recognition in the person of Kate Brown. The business session was conducted by mrs. Neal Lancaster who also introduced the speaker. She welcomed As guests mrs. Edward Wertz mrs. Harry Brockman and mrs. Emory Gibson or. She announced that entries for the annual Art contest Are being received at the Public Library and will be on exhibit for two weeks. Crafts chairman mrs. David butter Worth announced that the Craft fair will be held thursday and Friday at the Library. Winning handcraft will be entered in District Competition to be held in March. Mrs. B. J. Williams gave the invocation. A Buffet luncheon was served in the dining area. Social Calendar wednesday 3 . A William Faver presents a program for members of the Jamestown Garden club meeting with mrs. Harold e. Hall 514 Forestdale dr., Jamestown. 6 30 . A Blue ladies of Maryfield and interested volunteers meet in the conference room of Maryfield nursing Home to arrange new work schedules. Thursday 7.30 . A registered private duty nurses meet in the Home of mrs. C. A. Brown 1505 Beau rest ave. This week color portraits in a two 8x1 o s two 5x7 s ten wallets $1095 Only i com put Reg. $19.95 $2.00 Deposit $8.95 balance the table was covered with an imported Linen cutwork cloth and entered with an arrangement of greenery and red berries. Mrs. J. B. Adams was associate hostess. Mrs. Lancaster announced that the March meeting will be held in the Home of mrs. Blake Thompson. Olive Jenkins artist in residence at Davidson county Community College will present a program of Harp music. After seeing a fashion show of menus clothes made by Columbus county homemakers mrs. Edith Greene decided to try her Luck. She made her husband a pair of plaid pants Matching the plaids perfectly. Mrs. Greene was so pleased with her achievements she plans to make another pair in the near future adds mrs. Ann Hall assistant Home economics Extension agent. Miss Iris Camille Cook daughter of Margaret Cook of route 5, became the Bride of Austin Timothy Goins son of or. And mrs. Grover w. Goins in a 6 . Ceremony on feb. 14 at Emmanuel Baptist Church. The Rev. Hoyt Adams officiated at the ceremony. The Bride wore a Street length White gown trimmed in White lace. She carried a bouquet of mixed White Flowers. The couple was unattended and entered the Church together. The Bride is a Junior at Trinity senior High school where she is a member of deca club. Or. Goins attended Thomasville senior High school where he was vice president of the deca club. He is employed at d amp d trucking lines. The couple will reside on it. 5, Trinity. Americans just six per cent of the worlds population enjoy almost thirty percent of the worlds goods and services. This week la a m. Iii 7 00 . Feb. 21, 22 amp 23 no age limit. Children amp adults. No extra charge for groups. All Welcome Westchester mall High Point a it a your Happy shopping store downtown and Westchester mall Semi annual usually 1.59 or. Dusk Daybreak High noon coffe time Twilight Ivory charcoal. Lycra panty Hose or. Usually 1.99 or. Seamless Lycra spandex for that Daylong Comfort you appreciate. Choice of dusk Daybreak White or coffe time. Spring shoes 12.88 usually $15 and $16 use your Belk charge it convenient for you

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