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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1974, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise of Hospital Guild Adelaide vender thursday january 101974 Section b food shortage predicted by midweek club speaker women officers i i meet just As Oil is the shortage of the seventies food will be the shortage of the eighties and nineties said mrs Joseph Hayworth in her address to the midweek Garden club during their meeting wednesday in the Home of mrs Nell Holton As More of the nations of the world and the developing people achieve economic Power and attempt to share in the abundance we have known in America she continued our agricultural land will be under pressure from the whole world to provide food for other nations the time when 40 per cent of the worlds abundance goes to 7 percent of her people Judy Dixon has ended this will mean changes in american diets More proteins from vegetables and fewer from meats the speaker noted that some experts have suggested that by the year 2000 beef will be like Venison in diets today an occasional item this will come about due to the health Hazard now being recognized in animal fats since it has been estimated that approximately 50 percent of the adult male deaths in the United states Are probably precipitated in whole or in part by animal fats this will also be brought about by the increasing Price of agricultural land continued mrs Hayworth and the inefficiency of producing proteins through beef cattle Twenty pounds of vegetable protein Are required to produce one Pound of protein from beef Young women now in College will feed their husbands very differently from the Way we have fed ours concluded the speaker the business session was conducted by the club presi Dent mrs h i Coffield mrs Holton read a memorial to mrs Ida Bonner a former member of the club mrs Coffield reported that the Cloverdale nursing Home expressed appreciation for gifts and Flowers sent to them at Christmas by the club the group renewed membership in the North Carolina conservation Council honoured Pinewood club views at party crafts demonstration miss Judy Dixon Bride elect of David Huff was honoured on sunday afternoon at a floating bridal Shower the event was held at the Home of the hostesses Vicki Stanley and her Mother mrs Darrel Stanley miss Stanley will be a bridesmaid in the wedding guests called Between the hours of 2 and 4 pm the honoree was presented a red Corsage upon her arrival the entertainment area was decorated with a red and Green Motif an arrangement of mixed greenery entered the refreshment table the hostesses added an elec tric mixer to the Shower of gifts special guests included mrs Charles Louis Huff Mother of the bridegroom elect and mrs George William Dixon Mother of the honoree miss Dixon and or Huff will speak their vows in a january 19 wedding at Mori lieu Avenue United methodist Church classes set n cake mrs Bobby Johnson Art instructor in the High Point area presented a program on crafts for members of the Pinewood Garden club when they met tuesday evening in the Home of mrs Gilbert Cagle 1610 Grantham mrs Johnson displayed a collection of unusual Craft items she had made and explained How each was constructed club members will use this information in making ecology or memory boxes during a Spring meeting mrs David Duncan led the group in a Short meditation on love for our fellow Man miss Catherine Reaves president led the club in a business session plans for several Spring meetings were made a dessert course was served by the hostess at the conclusion of the meeting pilots to support Burn Center drive members of the Pilot club of High Point have voted to make a contribution to the Burn Center drive the decision was made during the groups meeting on tuesday evening in the commons room of St social Calenda thursday decorating the High Point Parks and recreation dept will sponsor a cake decorating class begin Ning the last week of this month the event is tentatively scheduled for wednesday nights at Astor dowdy towers interested persons May Register by contacting Susan Smith at the department a minimal registration fee will be charged 10 film program on Flower arranging highlights the High Point camellia club meeting being held at the High Point Public Library wort Hivey presents a program on Birds for members of the wild Flower Garden club meeting in the Home of mrs d l Bouldin 1111 Forest Hill or 8 pm Jayc ettes discuss plans for the regional convention during their meeting with mrs Don obriant on Potter drive marys episcopal Church the Center to be located in Chapel Hill will be the largest of its Type in the Southeast Marilyn Wilson club presi Dent conducted the business session mrs Mary Lohr and mrs Reather Reddick were initiated into the membership a discussion was held on the Success of the country store in november and members voted to sponsor a similar project next november workshops in preparation for the Bazaar will begin in the near future reports were Given by the following committees Community service finance membership and Pilot information Public relations Anchor Extension patriotic emblems and safety it was announced that the january program will be held on Jan 15 at Holiday inn West it will be presented by a representative of the Highway patrol bigness is a mass of Small things mrs William c Brown quoted from Joyce Wiffler in her devotional at the wednesday meeting of the High Point memorial Hospital Guild and she continued from Small things All great things Are formed mrs Vernon w Mcfalls president told the group that it takes Many individuals to make a Large and highly effective organization and that is just what the Hospital Guild is mrs Mcfalls conducted the annual business meeting and installation of the women Guild of the High Point memorial Hospital which was held in the recreational room at the school of nursing during the meeting a letter of appreciation from Robert t Amos or chairman was read expressing thanks and Praise for the Guild from himself and the members of the Hospital Board of trustees for the guilds work and contributions to the Hospital during the year Ned b Clark Hospital director in behalf of the Hospital personnel expressed appreciation for the Nan Garland memorial dining room and stated it has greatly boosted the general morale of All Hospital employees William r Peters treasurer reported on the financial accomplishments of the Guild in 1973 and presented recommendations for a semipermanent investment plan to produce additional income for Guild projects for the Hospital he reported that in the past year the Guild has contributed through various projects to the Hospital these funds came primarily from the operation of the furniture Market cafeteria but also from the Hospital soda shop and membership and memorial contributions mrs Elmer w Jones reported that the remembrance fund provided nursing services during the year for several patients who had no family members or other Means to provide this crucial service this fund receives contributions from anyone who wishes to memorialize a loved one in this Way contributions were received this year in memory of mrs Nan Garland and Joe m Brinson contributions can be addressed to the Hospital but should indicate that it is for the Hospital Guild remembrance fund it was announced it was reported that the student loan fund was used in the amount of during the year in the form of scholarships for student nurses mrs James m Errico reported on gifts and recreational projects for the student nurses during the year mrs Ross Caudell distributed membership books which include a history of the Hospital Guild this was compiled by mrs Caudell mrs George Clark and mrs Charles Spencer the Guild now has a membership of 81 Active members and 99 supporting members 7 of whom Are life members officers installed for the 197475 year Are mrs Robert c Johnson president mrs John k Farrington first vice president mrs George p Clark second vice president mrs Tom j Kearns or recording Secretary mrs s Ross Caudell corresponding Secretary and w r Peters treasurer committee chairmen Are finance mrs Frank Smith and mrs m z Perkinson nurses Home and recreation mrs James Errico projects mrs Edwin Auman publicity mrs Mary Clayton remembrance mrs Elmer James schedule mrs Francois Vaillant mrs Ben Miller and mrs Leon Schute scrapbook mrs William Sanford soda shop mrs w c Brownjr and uniforms mrs Charles Spencer a reception for new officers trustees and general membership was held in the nurses lounge after the meeting mrs Mcfalls outgoing president poured Coffee and members and guests served themselves at the refresh ment table a Centrepiece of pastel Spring Flowers decorated the table mrs John k Farrington was in charge of the arrangements she was assisted by mrs Ray h Keever and mrs Henry m escue delegates elected by Dar chapter the election of delegates to state and National conferences highlighted the business ses Sion of Alexander Martin chapter Dar held tuesday evening at the Home of miss Helen Marie Siceloff on n main Street mrs James r Fox Regent presided representing the group at the state conference in Young men sew up titles by Joanne Schreiber for the first time in the 21 year history of the Singer world style maker contest two boys stitched their Way to the National semifinals to place among the top 75 in a Field of 71000 entrants though the Singer company welcomes the boys to the traditionally feminine sewing Arena the firm is faced with a series of unexpected problems while style maker is still an acceptable name for the Competition the categories of Junior miss sub Deb and Deb will have to be renamed if More Young men follow this example the three top winners will have to be called something other than Queens of sewing and their sparkling crowns will go into singers costume museum along with hoop skirts the Pendant watch awarded at local Levels May be changed to a pocket knife for boy winners the Flower trimmed Genie sewing machine May be offered with an alternate football Motif decorative panel both nimble fingered boys Are from North Carolina Winner in the Junior miss division at this level is Charles Ray Pruitt a husky Brown eyed boy from Winston Salem he enjoys sewing skating swimming Riding and bicycling Ray Hopes to become a designer or tailor he has a brother 12 and a sister 2 his father own polls fabrics inc and his Mother works in the office his winning outfit was a Brown polyester knit Pullover shirt with a pair of double knit Slacks the outfit Cost to make Gary Timothy Smith 17 of Concord no won in the Deb division he is Active in school and lists sewing knitting crocheting and cake decorating among his hobbies in College he plans to major in fashion design and minor in Interior design the youngest of four children he started sewing at 6 made his first garment at 9 his father is a truck Driver for his winning outfit he made Gray Slacks a White Turtleneck and a plaid jacket of it is lined in red and trimmed with Silver buttons his Costco make was this years three Queens of sewing Are in the Junior miss division Rebecca Ann Price 12 of Provo Utah for her red mid length coat in the sub Deb division Nadine Ann Marvin 14 of Cincinnati Ohio for her Navy gabardine jumpsuit with red Nylon Parka in the Deb division Constance Irene Williams 17 of Kailua Hawaii for her Burgundy Wool Field jacket and coordinated plaid Slacks finalists two North Carolina Young men won their divisions in the traditionally female oriented Singer world style maker contest Deb Winner is Gary Smith left and Junior miss is Charles Pruitt Wilmington March 1214 will be mrs Fox mrs Walter Hester vice Regent mrs Arthur Johnson miss Julia Watkins mrs is Stirewalt mrs j c Moore mrs Scott Garten mrs n c Johnson mrs Bruce Carraway mrs James Hogg and mrs Roger Edwards delegates to the Continental Congress in Washington do the week of april 15 Are mrs Fox mrs Hester mrs Moore mrs p c Smith miss Watkins mrs Wade Marsh and mrs Stirewalt As members arrived for the meeting miss Siceloff was assisted in serving Tea and Light refreshments by the following associate hostesses mrs h 0 Williams mrs David Yow mrs Edwards mrs Henry j Yorkjr mrs Phil Warner mrs Edgar Whitener mrs Samuel Gill mrs Ethel Rochelle and mrs Webster Whitlow mrs Stringfield presented the president generals letter urging daughters to see that sensible and practical measures of conservation Are applied in the Home and Community she stated that if members will lend support to this responsibility America will find her Way to a solution of these problems a National defense report was Given by mrs Hester emphasizing the importance of keeping Alert to the National problems of the Day and being prepared to contribute whatever help and support possible in solution of these problems mrs Moore announced plans for the state 75th anniversary history which will appear in 1975 in commemoration of the National Bicentennial Celebration after the Reading of the by Laws concerning the election of committees and delegates the following members were elected to the nominating com Mittee mrs Wade Marsh mrs c c Hoover miss Watkins mrs James Hogg and mrs c c Haworth newly installed officers of the Hospital Guild of High Point memorial Hospital Are front Row 1r mrs Robert c Johnson president and mrs John k Farrington first vice president Back following ceremony Row 1r mrs Ross s Caudell Cor responding Secretary William r Peters treasurer and mrs Tom j Kearns or recording Secretary mrs Vernon Mcfalls pours Coffee for 1r William f Mauldin Horace Hayworth and de Mendenhall the event was the annual meeting of the hyper kinetic youngsters discussed senior Regent Aubrey Littleton conducted the enrol ment meeting of the women of the Moose held on monday evening at the Moose Home on n main Street Nina Williams was enrolled As a new member following the business ses Sion Vera Kelley introduced mrs Donna Cranford who spoke on hype kinetic children a social hour was held following the program the next meeting will be held on Jan 21 at 8 pm the senior Regent requested that All officers and chairmen meet at the Lodge on sunday after noon at 2 pm to practice for the chapters rally Day on March 3 Burbank club Tours museum a tour of the High Point museum and Haley House highlighted wednesdays meeting of the Burbank Garden club prior to the tour members held a business session in the museum the meeting was opened with a new years thought by the president mrs Edwin Chappell it was announced that the Garden club Council will join the museum Guildin Spon Soring a Home and Garden tour in the Spring hostesses for the meeting were mrs a m Richardson and mrs w d Lewis fast and fancy dessert dissolve 1 tbsp Coffee powder in cup hot water stir into a can of fudge Topping or chocolate syrup keep warm in chafing dish or Over Candle Wanner just before serving stir in a Little Brandy spoon Over Vanilla chocolate or Coffee ice Cream Garnish with roasted slivered almonds at refreshment table Hospital Guild held in the recreation room of High Point memorial Hospital school of nursing save on Crisp Noiron sheer curtains double full ruffled curtain in White Only 6 double ruffle 10 99 100x63 Teg 1400 Reg 1600 1299 tailored panels in White or eggshell 8x82x63 Reg 800 5 99 Reg 900699 available on special order 1200 or soft airy curtains add Light to your Home easy to care for no ironing Ever el104

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