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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 8, 1967, High Point, North Carolina This scavenger Hunt detail a no that by High Point Enterprise sunday january 8, 1967 j a anybody who saw City councilman Roy Culler driving out of the Pointer drive in theater wearing a Kimono on new years eve jump to conclusions. It happened so help me like this councilman Culler and his wife Dorothy vent to a masquerade party at his brother bobs House. The affair was dry As a brides biscuits but otherwise it was a real swinging party. The High Point in the party was a scavenger Hunt. Each couple got a list of items to pick up. There were the usual squares of toilet tissue and buttons off a policeman a coat a but on each list there was a ringer. Like on the list councilman Culler got. It called for a ticket stub from the Pointer. The Pointer has the reputation of showing spicy movies a a Point councilman Culler and other members of the Council have lamented for some time. In fact the theater is the target of recent Council legislation barring the showing of female breasts on theater screens. But there was something that made it even harder for councilman Culler to go to the Pointer. He and his wife had gone to the party As japanese both dressed in borrowed Kimonos. The councilman however Rose admirably to the Challenge. He and the missus drove out to the Pointer bought a ticket drove through and out the theater without stopping. On the screen was a Little Gem called a the devils did the councilman peek a How could i my wife was with me. I had to keep one Eye closed and the other on the Road a he said which coincidentally is exactly what i would have said. Across town another guest David dowdy also was undergoing considerable emotional stress. His assignment bring Back a sales slip from Leonard drug store. He manfully made the Purchase passing in route at least a couple of the drug stores in the dowdy Chain. William Penn notebook students return buckle Down to studies again of the trials of we students after the Holiday vacations. We be been with our friends enjoying ourselves for almost two weeks. We be read leisurely and obtained much More pleasure from this because we were not rushed. But there came the time for us to give All of this up. The doors of our school were opened and it was time for us to return. But we did not return on a sour note. We returned Gay Happy and proud to be Back at the Hal Lowed Halls of education. You May say this is not a Normal reaction for students. We Are not just any students though we Are pennies and we Are starving for the knowledge and education our school has to offer. We returned and buckled Down to work As we began to prepare for our semester examinations. In a meeting of the seniors with our principal we were reminded of that time of year we Call Quot application our English teachers in cooperation with our Counselor Thomasville High Furnace causes More vacation Thomasville a Furnace blew up on main Street and extended City schools vacation one More Day. Its that kind of thing you dream about but never expect to happen lessening our happiness is the announcement of the exam schedule. The first and sixth period exams Are set for Quot Friday the thirteenth of this month. Second and fifth period exams Are scheduled for Jan. 16 third and fourth periods Jan. 17. The school Board is continuing with its plans for construction of two new buildings to be added to . One building will be set aside for Industrial arts and music. The other unit will provide eight More classrooms. Bulldogs suffered an 86-46 loss to East Alamance on january 3. The Jvn a were Defeated 72-37. Studying at . They Are Jim Spivey who teaches physical education and de Lincoln who teaches government and u. S. History. The teachers attend appalachian College. Civic club guests for the month of january Are Marvin Phillips rotary Gordon Tum age Lions Johnny Davis Jaycees Doug Bates Civ Itan Gayle Johnson woman a club Susan Jamieson Bow. Church conference St. Marks and Brooks memorial methodist churches will sponsor an interdenominational study course of St. Marks methodist Church. Date for the study Are the following sundays Jan. 15, 22 and 29 at 4 pm. The theme will be Quot affluence and poverty the instructors Are mrs. W. S. Mcleod adult mrs. J. J. Patterson youth mrs. J. W. Ballenger children. And principal Are assisting us in filling out our College applications. The seniors have reached the half Way Mark and Are eagerly anticipating the second half. Many of our classes Are taking on extra helpful activities. In one homeroom the students Are refreshing their knowledge As Well As learning More about the concept of they discuss such problems is which piece of Silver to use and How to eat difficult foods. In other classes the students Are discussing the problems of the various communities and what they As students and citizens can do about the situation. These classes have looked at the great Progress of our redevelopment commission. They have taken surveys and visited people who have the ability and the proper authority to assist them. These Are Only a few of the projects of the pennies. We must now wait and see what the new year and the new semester have to offer us. We will always strive to do that which will not Only Benefit ourselves but others who have a place in our democratic society. We Are sorry to announce the illness of one of our teachers. Mrs. Hernandez who teaches Spanish was in an Auto Accident during our vacation. We wish to her our sincere Hopes for a speedy recovery. Mary Bethune Owca offers new classes the Mary Mcleod Bethune Owca is offering classes and workshops for self improvement. Tile clubs and classes Are beginning for the Winter and Spring. Registration is open now for classes in Bridge shorthand typing slim antics sewing and millinery. The Owca Southside program for adults will meet monday at 7 . In the educational building Calvary Baptist Church. The program discussion will be Quot social Security and the Ballet and tap dancing classes will begin Jan. 19, at 3 45 . Modem dance will be offended for teenagers Jan. 18 at 6 . W. S. C. S. Circle the circles of the woman a society of Christian service and Wesleyan service Guild of St. Mark methodist Church will meet tuesday at 8 . As follows Circle no. I will meet with mrs. Terrah Whitten 1206 Day Street. Circle no. 2 will meet with mrs. Julian Hall 1208 Day Street Circle no. 4 will meet at the Church with mrs. Norma Cooke. Circle no. 3 will meet with mrs. Jesse Leach 1419 Wendell St., sunday Jan. 8, at 3 of clock. Now More than Ever with the world s most attractive slim hearing glasses Jas top boor recently Quot daughters of Dorcus Large selection of transistor batteries. Also tape for your tape recorder remember Nash saves you Cash nosh jewelry co. 127 n. Main St. The daughters of Dorcus of first Baptist Church will meet monday at 8 pm with mrs. Eugene Alford 1200 Hoover St. Charles Vanderpool who transferred Here from Winston Salem has invented a portable a Ray machine. Charles will receive half of the profit from the sales of the scientific and extremely beneficial machine. In a peace essay contest Danny Clodfelter was awarded a certificate of achieve Friendly neighbourhood ment from the president of the the Friendly neighbourhood please note our change of address 104 w. Washington St. Tel 88 6-1450 credit Union the self help credit Union will meet tuesday at 7 30 . At the neighbourhood House 1020 Leonard St. International Assn. Of Lions clubs. The award was presented to Danny by the local Lions club. Danny is now eligible to enter the essay in the District contest. A colourful Pinata stuffed with Candy and trinkets was shattered in the Spanish tradition on dec. 21. Spanish clubbers attended the party at the Home of member Celia Hooper. Chaperoning were or. And mrs. E. W. Hooper or. And mrs. Dallas Dolle and or. And mrs. Jimmy Haney. Musical entertainment was provided by the Javas combo consisting of Roger Bowers Jackie Callicutt Billy Richardson Tony Gordon and Ronnie Frady. National Honor society watched a movie at their party at the Home of Estella Welborn on dec. 27. The group played records and enjoyed refreshments. At the . Meeting on Jan. 4, pins were ordered and bulletin Board projects were planned. Student teachers Are club will not meet today As scheduled but the third sunday with mrs. Carrie Brenard at 515 n. Centennial. 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