High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Feb 22 1974, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 22, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Leaders of group officers of the Friendship club at the Owca on Gatewood Avenue discuss plans for coming events. Left to right Are Lilly Freeman Mabel Whitley Viola Norman vice president. Norman Luther and Ruby Craven president. Is. Freeman is. Whitley and or. Luther Are members of the executive Board. Staff photo by Art Richardton Friendship club has Socia four tables of Rook were in play at the meeting of the Friendship club held at the Owca on wednesday evening with 12 members and four visitors present. Ruby Craven presided Over a Short business session prior to the card playing. The executive Board Lilly Freeman Norman Luther and Mabel Whitley presented the new bylaws which were accepted by the club. Frances Upton decorating committee chairman was in charge of refreshments and decorations and Viola nor Mill Point Enterprise ,w0mf> the world of of u of jul i Adelaide la Culler. Friday february 22,1974page6a editor terrarium guidelines Given to Home and Garden club mrs. Robert was mrs. William k. Davis 1010 guest speaker at the meeting Wellington. Of Home and Garden club on mrs. Cottam gave a lecture thursday at the Home of and workshop on terrariums. Art of Candle making is topic of program Man vice president served As program chairman. Mrs. Milly Vaughn of the Owca staff was a visitor. She announced the coming events at the y. Club members were invited to participate. It was announced that beginning March i the meetings will be held on thursdays instead of wednesdays members were asked to note the change. The Friendship club is a social club for single widowed separated or divorced adult men and woman. Persons interested Are requested to visit two meetings before applying for membership. Further information May be obtained by calling the Owca on Gatewood Avenue. Travelogue highlights meeting members of the Agenda club were taken on a trip to Spain and Portugal via slides and narration by mrs. I Clarence Jones when the group met for dinner at the Owca thursday evening at 6 30. Miss Evelyn Allen and Jeannette Rice were hostesses and the tables were decorated with a Ceramic Bull music Box Mother of Pearl fan Beautiful Spanish figurine dancers and arrangements of poppies. Most of the items were purchases of the speaker and added to the atmosphere for the occasion. Mrs. Rice introduced her sister Virginia who gave a report of the recent trip made with her husband. Leaving Kennedy Airport they flew to Torr Molinos the Southern coast of Madrid where they stayed in the Palace hotel. They visited the Prado museum and she showed pictures of Many paintings by the artist Valasquez. They attended opening Day of the Bull fights which they described As exciting and colourful. Queen Christiana was the last member of the Royal family of Spain to reside in the Palace where the Wall coverings and chandeliers were so Beautiful As shown. The flamenco dancers were a real treat according to the speaker. The travellers took a cruise on the Mediterranean to Morroco. They saw the Rock of Gibraltar and went shopping in Casha Tangier and to Libson in Portugal. Mrs. Willard Corum conducted the business session and following routine reports the group adjourned to meet the first thursday in March. Job search workshop set tuesday by Althusa club mrs. Kenneth Moore guest speaker at the meeting of Forest Park Garden club wednesday spoke on the Art of Candle making. Mrs. Ronnie Bishop was hostess to the club at her Home 306 Edwards St. To open the meeting she read a devotional by Marjorie Holmes a ooh god help me to teach my children to be mrs. C r Overman introduced the speaker who displayed a collection of candles she has designed and made. Mrs. Moore heated and tested Wax with a thermometer and placed it in a round Cylinder. She instructed the group on the Correct temperature of the Wax and suggested placing the Mold in the refrigerator to chill. Among the collection brought by mrs. Moore for display was a Green Candle formed in a fluted salad Mold and tied with Green velvet ribbon she said it was a suitable arrangement for hanging. Helpful suggestions on caring for candles included cleaning soiled candles with Cotton balls dipped in alcohol and reshaping old candles by trimming off excess Wax and rubbing with baby Oil. She suggested the use of paper towels in smoothing off the Candle. Mrs. Bishop served a dessert and Coffee to to members and the guest speaker at the end of the lecture the club voted to cancel their annual tour due to the Gas shortage. A Council report was Given by mrs. Fred Dereice. Vocalists entertain musical arts club a study of american music and a program of vocal selections highlighted monday evenings meeting of the High Point musical arts club held in the Home of mrs. Frances Quigley. The first portion of the program featured songs by vocalist Beverly Alexander accompanied at the piano by Frances of Bamon. The selections included a chinese Mother Goose rhymes by Crist and a Dupuis in Jour from the opera a a Louise a by Charpentier. The second portion of the program was a Brief study of the music of the colonial period. Miss Jean Montgomery gave a history of this musical period. Representative of this Era was a song Sung by mrs. Janet o Brien a my Days have been so wondrous free a by Francis Hopkinson. Mrs. Of Brien was accompanied by mrs Louise Schubert. Prior to the program a business meeting was conducted by mrs. Kenneth Moore president. Miss Montgomery was in charge of the evening s program. Following group singing members were invited into the dining room for refreshments which were served by the following mrs. Schubert mrs. Of Brien mrs. Harry doctor Fielding Kearns and mrs. Quigley. Bringing for display six varieties of containers and varied types of miniature plants mrs. Cottam displayed a different scene in each Container. Mrs. Cottam said that or. Nathaniel Ward of London. England is responsible for this Type of planting. She also suggested a Book a a terrariums by Bauer As a Good source of information for designing terrariums. The speaker told the group that she uses Sand soil gravel and sometimes uses a piece of Nylon Hose to separate each layer thereby adding interest to appearance of layered Levels within the Glass Container. She said that she gathers tiny Plant life from the mountains such As mosses Strawberry begonias Boxwood wandering jew Ivy and Etc. Chartered bus scheduled for Flower show All persons interested in attending the Southern living show in Charlotte May take advantage of a chartered bus leaving High Point on wednesday feb. 27, and returning to High Point at 6 . The bus will go directly to the Charlotte coliseum. Reservations will be made for the first 30 persons with paid reservations made through miss Gladis Kivett Telephone 454-1356, or mrs. C. E mounts. 88-54857 mrs. Myers presents secretaries program Thomasville a horizons for involvement was the theme of the program of the year presented by mrs. Chester Myers for members of the Cli Airton chapter National secretaries assn., when they met tuesday evening at Marguerite a Southgate restaurant. Mrs Myers presented a film on kidney disease Post ing out the ways each member can participate and help fight such diseases by supporting the Organ donor program. The speaker was introduced by mrs. Ruby Thomas vice president of the club. During the business ses Sion the president mrs. Brenda Gallimore. Welcomed As guests from Ashmore business College miss Debbie Baxley and mrs. Terry f. Reddick. Special guest from Thomasville furniture industries was mrs. Richard Lopp. Mrs. Gallimore recognized miss Sylvia Johnson As Fra girl of the month. She is the daughter of mrs. Hope Johnson. 1002 Murphy or. Plans were discussed for the annual Bosses secretaries banquet to be held april 23. Members voted to begin National secretaries week april 21-27 by making special visits to the Liberty House nursing Home h n n new and Beautiful permanent Flowers for Spring. Arrangements made to order Turner landscape co a Garden House 831 n. Main St. Hours 8.30 til 5 30 . For Flowers you Send with Pride Whu Zurn Wilson s a a w our Lovely Flowers from Holland South America Mexico California and Many regional area greenhouses. The freshest Flowers in town Quot scent with love Quot Helen amp Francis Nelson Nelson Florist amp decorator 311 n. Main St. A High Point a 883-1265 a 886 4901 Sills 1529 North main St. Children s shoe boys shoes by stride rite in Spring colors of Bone amp Blue and antiqued Brown amp tan. Sizes 6-8 be a 13.50 8 or -12 c be 15.00 121/2-3 b be 17.00 36 6 b be 19.00 66 9 b be 21.00 store hours t be Day saturday 10 00 5 30 open Fri. Til 9 . Closed mondays mrs. Doris b. Mcdowell Pec Snelling and Snelling will participate in the a Job search workshop to be conducted by the Althusa club at the chamber of Commerce on tuesday. She will assist mrs. Joy Watson president of Snelling and Snelling in sessions on a personal mrs. Mcdowell was graduated from Jamestown organic gardening is topic mrs. Earl Crow discussed the advantages of organic gardening and eating health foods for members of the Wayside Garden club when they met tuesday morning at the Home of mrs. H. Eugene Peacock. Mrs. Crow told How Mankind has destroyed the Quality of food in nature with his pollutions of the air water and foods. She gave Many examples of How by overheating Over refining and discarding certain parts of foods vitamins and other precious nutrients Are destroyed. A she cautioned against the harmful use of sprays and commercial fertilizers in growing food. During the business session members voted to make a donation to Wesley memorial Church As a memorial to mrs. . Hayden a charter member the club also voted to ask the Garden club Council to use the Rose fund which they have on hand in conjunction with the City beautification projects. Associate hostesses for the meeting were miss Helen Bonner Eshelman and mrs. J a. Eshelman. After an invocation Given by miss Eshelman members were invited into the dining room where Tea and a variety of health foods were served from a table entered with an arrangement of vegetables nuts and fruits. High school and attended High Point College and Guilford technical Institute. Active in Community affairs in the Allen Jay District she is involved in Pat work at Allen Jay High school. Mrs. Mcdowell has served As president of the auxiliary of Post 206 american legion and As third area vice president and state chairman of the child welfare and rehabilitation committee of Ala. She is a member of Welch memorial United methodist Church. Mrs. Mcdowell has received recognition on local and state Levels for employment counselling and Job placement while employed with Snelling. She has served As speaker mrs. Mcdowell on several occasions for the local area High schools. Mrs. Kellam is speaker mrs. Hugh Kellam presented a program on dried Flowers and gave instructions on drying and pressing them when members of the Primrose Garden club met tuesday in the Home of mrs. Jake Froelich on Parkway. Associate hostesses for the luncheon event were mrs. Peter Wasmer mrs Dean tester mrs Jean Souweine and mrs. Jim Fulton. Plans were discussed for the april meeting which will be the groups annual trip. Notice of racially nondiscriminatory admissions policy Fairfax school inc., 1941 English Road High Point . Declares that no application for admission to the courses and programs offered by this school shall be denied because of the race Creed color or National origin of the applicant. Your shopping at one location nil Oral Duy Lull Titis my water weight problem use a Pel elects water in the body due to build up of premenstrual period can be uncomfortable ,.a mild diuretic will help you Toto Olcott body Wator weight. Only $3 of. We recommend it. Eckerd drugs open 9 30 to s 30 Pix. Friday Wight to 6 00 saturday february 23 from i a til 5 medically authorized personnel Here to Pierce ears when you Purchase Gold earrings. Both for $ 6 done to Woit for Foshion a Sake have your ears pierced by a medically authorized personnel and get Ems Iak Gold 4mm Boll earrings at no additional Chorge girls under 18 must be accompanied by a Parent 1/3 off entire earring Stock while piercing saturday. Medically authorized personnel Here saturday jewel Box Diamond specialists for Over so years 139 s main St. High Point a 883 027 12 �?�4 i to 4 announcing the grand opening of Quot the place Quot come by this weekend and see factory samples Odds n ends All first Quality merchandise assorted body knit vests.�1&Quot polyester blouses.�?~4&Quot polyester Pant suits.�?~12&Quot polyester Slacks .2 of 1 500 mod watches .�?~14&Quot latest fashion hats.2 for �?~500 party gowns-dresses.�?~8&Quot to �?~28&Quot Many free gift with specials any Purchase Quot the place Quot 113 n. Main St. Next to phone co phone 183-2812 60 Day Lay a Way

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