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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 11, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Archdale Trinity women Honor charter members la women four charter members of the Archdale Trinity woman s club were honoured at the clubs wednesday meeting in Brynwood restaurant. Mrs. Bobby Clodfelter mrs. . Hemmings mrs. John Lowe and mrs. L. O. Farlow were recognized. Mrs. John Stunda first vice president presented each woman a red Carnation Corsage and expressed the clubs appreciation for their interest in the club. During the business meeting conducted by mrs. Henry Yorkjr. President it was announced the club will not hold its annual fashion show dinner this year because it can not use the school cafeteria where the event has been held in previous years. Instead members voted to hold a homemade soup and Jayc ettes Honor two Complete plans for several projects the High Point Jayc ettes honoured two of their members with a Surprise Shower wednesday evening at the Home of mrs. Allen Thorburn. Guests of Honor were mrs. Nathaniel Bolds and mrs. George Manning. Mrs. Jack Howard president of the club welcomed As new members mrs. Tom Edwards. Mrs. Barry Williamson and mrs. Alfred Hinson. Members were thanked by mrs. Steve Braxton for their help on the dec. 21 Bloodmobile. Mrs. Larry Anderson and mrs. George Pope reported that Jayc ettes will be assisting the Jaycees with the 1974 Telephone Book delivery. Mrs. Mickey Shuskey and mrs. Joe Willard announced that the High Point Jaycees and Jayc ettes in conjunction. With the North Carolina Jaycees Are planning Jaycee Jelv week Jan. 19-26. There will be a citywide door to door Canvas Selling Jelly on sunday. Jan. 20. Jayc ettes will be Selling Jelly at Westchester mall during the evening throughout Jelly week. All proceeds from Jelly week will be donated to the building of a Burn Center in Chapel is not a Burn Center in our state the nearest being Richmond a. Mrs. Shuskey also stated that the Jayc ettes will be assisting the Jaycees at the Bull bowl Long hair is the High Point police dept football game to be held saturday. Jan. 19, at 2 pm. At Albion Millis stadium. Tickets will be available at the Gate proceeds from the event will also be donated to the future Burn Center. Faycette key girl of the Quarter award was presented to mrs. Mickey Shuskey. This award is based on her participation in All Faycette activities for the previous Quarter. Door prize and mystery greeter was won by mrs. Mike Quinto. The next Board meeting will be Jan. 28. At the Home of mrs. Robert Lee. February 13 is the Date for the membership meeting at the Western sizzling Steak House. Mrs. H. R. Kellam explains process of drying Flowers instructions in drying Flowers and placing them in attractive arrangements were Given to members of the tuesday afternoon Garden club when they met in the Home of mrs. H. R. Kellam 1410 Emery Wood or. Mrs. Kellam displayed several arrangements pointing out guidelines in the preparation. The speaker explained different methods of drying Flowers. One method she used is to Bury the Flowers in a Flower she used a tin can for this process and covered the Flowers in layers. By using this method she continued the Flowers will keep their natural color. After clipping the stems to about an Inch place the Flowers in the a Flower during the drying process keep the Container air tight. When the Flowers Are dried she continued use the stems of other Flowers or Florist tape and wire to prepare the arrangement. Mrs. Kellam stated that some varieties of Flowers can be Hung in Bunches upside Down. In a warm place to dry. Hydrangeas she said. When Cut before the Frost can be put read the Enterprise classified ads in a Container with approximately one Inch of water and allowed to dry. In this Way she said. They will retain their shape and color. Dried Flowers can also be used in arrangements made in Glass cases or bowls of different sizes and shapes she said. Another method of drying Flowers continued the speaker is placing them in tissue Between pages of a Magazine. Close Book and press to dry in this form. This Type of dried Flower can be used in pictures plaques or stationery. Butterflies can be pressed and dried to be used with Flowers in pictures or plaques. She noted that dried butterflies can also be bought commercially. Mrs. Robert Lindsay conducted the Short business session. She announced that the Garden Council will sponsor a House and Garden tour in the Spring. See the ? exciting new Wall covering patterns a Scenic a Burlap a grass cloth Zivin a Uffman 762 n. Mom St. Lei 882-8147 we card party in february. Funds received will be used by the club to support Community projects. Mrs. Charles Fletcher and mrs. Jerry Hurt will be in charge of the event. Mrs. John Nurney Fine arts chairman encouraged members to enter items which they had made in the District show to be held March 9 in Greensboro. The club will be sponsoring a number of students from Trinity High school in the categories for students. Mrs. Nurney also discussed having a dough Flower and picture making workshop. The education chairman mrs. Phil Hunsucker announced the club will sponsor a student in District Competition for the Sallie Southall Cotten scholarship in february. The club voted to make a contribution to the Archdale Library. Mrs. York appointed mrs. Nurney to represent the club on the Archdale Trinity zoo committee. Mrs. Robert Spencer or. A member who Heads this committee asked the group to consider purchasing an animal for the zoo. Mrs. Francis booze was named As Constitution by Laws chairman to replace mrs. Farlow who asked to be removed to inactive member status. Gerontology chairman mrs. K. M. Vestal announced the Golden age club meeting which was snowed out in december has been scheduled for Jan. 23. A committee to clarify the meaning of the club woman of the year award suggested guidelines in a report to be included in the clubs yearbook. Mrs. Clodfelter committee chairman gave the report. Mrs. Dewey chaplain gave the invocation and mrs. Spencer read a poem entitled a heart friends a to express appreciation from mrs. Booze to the club. A new years theme was carried out in table decorations. The head table featured a big diapered doll wearing a 1974 Banner and coloured streamers were placed Down the table centers. Point Enterprise in world of Adelaide u Friday january la 1974. Page 6a latest arrivals reported area women s group to organize saturday the incomparable 7-in-l wig a new style every Day of the week skin hapless the versatile seven Way flip can be styled Flat or Fluffy curled up or Down Back or Forward and even in a Pageboy. Part it anywhere or not at All. It s a whole wardrobe of hair styles trans world w in imports Westchester Mali Greensboro a the sixth District women a political caucus will hold an organizational meeting on saturday at the Davie Street Owca 314 n. Davie St. Registration will begin at 9 30 a. In. The opening session will begin at to a. In. And will be followed by a child care workshop at 10 30 a. In. The panel for the workshop is composed of authorities in this area. They include or. Mary e. Keister of unc a Ellen Olson representing the league of women voters or. Minta Saunders of United Day care Ronnie Kutchei from head Start and Rhonda Mcneal representing Linc. Brief presentations by the panellists will be followed by a question and answer period the afternoon meetings will open with a business session at i p. Rn., followed by a lobbying workshop. The format of this workshop will be the same As that of the morning workshop. Lobbying on the state and National Levels will be viewed from the standpoints of both lobbyists and legislators. The panel will include Elizabeth Koontz of the n. C. Dept of human resources n. C. Rep. Margaret Keesee Jane Patterson Betsy Brinson and Ruth Cook. A minimal registration fee will be charged. The Cost of lunch is not included in the registration fee however plans for lunch at a reasonable Price Are being completed. This meeting is a preliminary to the state women a political caucus convention in Charlotte on Jan. 26. The sixth District includes Guilford Alamance and Rockingham counties. Ginger o Quinn or. And mrs. James Edward of Quinn of 3707 rolling re. Are parents of a daughter Ginger Lynn who was born on Jan. 8 at High Point memorial Hospital. Traci Williams or. And mrs. Charles Williams or. Of it. 5, High Point announce the Jan. 7 arrival of a daughter Traci Ann at the local Hospital. Mrs. Williams is the former Sandra wooden of High Point. Eugene curtain or. And mrs. Eugene Lawson curtain or. Of 1310 Woodhaven ave. Are parents of a son Eugene Lawson Iii who was born on Jan. 7 at High Point memorial Hospital. Gary Baskins or. And mrs. Gary Baskins of 1720 d. Rosewood apts announce the Jan. 9 arrival of their son Gary Lemont. The child was born at the local Hospital. Mrs. Baskins is the former Patricia Williams of High Point. Lequentis Roberts or. And mrs. John Roberts of 1505 Graves St. Are parents of a daughter Lequentis Ann who was born on Jan. 9 at the High Point Hospital. Mrs. Roberts is the former Bertha Brannon of High Point. Krista Edwards or. And mrs. Earl Edwards of it. 3, Trinity announce the birth of their daughter Krista Maria on Jan. 4 at Community general Hospital in Thomasville. Mrs. Edwards is the former Kathy Carmichael. For Flowers you Send with Pride let Nelsons be your guide serving customers since 1940 with artistic designing and Quality Flowers. 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