High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 11 1974, Page 8

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 11, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Holland bulbs and we still have a Good selection of daffodils tulips hyacinths at 50% off till january 15th Turner landscape co s Garden House open 8 30 a 5 30, Mon. A sat. 831 n. Main Street at Sunset Tel. 882-9622 appointed chairmen of Holiday tour or. And mrs. William b. Mccarter were appointed chairmen of the 1974 hawaiian Holiday tour at the tuesday evening meeting of High Point chapter 106, order of the Eastern Star held in the masonic Temple. The tour is sponsored by mrs. Dorothy Booth worthy grand Matron and Charles t. Denham worthy grand Patron of the grand chapter of North Carolina for the Benefit of the masonic and Eastern Star Home in Greensboro. The tour will leave Raleigh on april la and will return on april 17. The appointment was made during a business session conducted by mrs. Jewell n. Houser worthy Matron and Frank b. Caldwell worthy Patron. Pro tem officers for the evening were mrs. Hilda sink and mrs. Kathern Vickers. The worthy Matron appointed the following members to the Rainbow Board for 1974 mrs. Houser Bernice Walters. Frank Shields Frank Caldwell Polly Hurley Mary Bruton Erie Bride elect honoured Bruton Elinor Underwood Jan Sedberry and Sheron elder. The Rainbow boards both old and new. Will meet at 6 30 p. In. On Jan. 21. Rainbow officers will be installed on Jan. 27. Invitation was received from Elkin chapter 249 to the official visit of the worthy grand Matron and worthy grand Patron on Jan. 18 at the masonic Temple in Elkin. The event will begin with a covered dish supper at 6 30 p. In. Two petitions for membership were received and the initiation ceremony will be held Jan. 22. Resolutions were read and the charter draped in memory of Samuel f. Clark a former member of the chapter who passed away dec. 21. Following the meeting a reception was held in the dining room of the Temple honouring Guida and Fred Tolley past Matron and past Patron of the chapter. During the reception mrs. Sue Dean Miller and Frank b. Caldwell past Matron and past Patron presented them a Silver tray from the past officers club. Mrs. Miller directed mrs. Tolley to a table of gifts from officers and members of the chapter. The trolleys Are leaving next week to make their Home in Richmond. A. At party miss Jean Mclaughlin Bride elect of David Goodson. Was honoured tuesday evening at a floating Shower Given by mrs. C. Vav. Wood and mrs. Steven Mcneil. Guests called Between the hours of 7 and 9 . At the Ward Home. Miss Mclaughlin was presented a Corsage of White mums when she arrived. Later the hostesses added a toaster and Waffle Iron to the Shower of gifts. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a White Linen cloth and entered with an arrangement of mixed Flowers and candles. Special guests included mrs. Edwin Mclaughlin Mother of the honoree and mrs. Julia Goodson Mother of the prospective bridegroom miss Mclaughlin and or. Goodson will repeat their marriage vows on saturday in a 7 . Ceremony in the Chapel of Green Street Baptist Church. Rent a Wurlitzer piano immediate delivery $ i Scarson v music co. Quot 224 North Elm Greensboro him laugh amp wham phone 885-5323 mrs. Troy Gibson of Guilford College was guest speaker on tuesday morning at the Brooklet Garden club meeting held with mrs. . Kearns on Robin Hood Road. Mrs. Robert Hendrix was associate hostess. In her talk on terrariums mrs. Gibson gave step by step instructions As she assembled a terrarium. First she said. Select a Glass Container with a cover which is appealing. Then Sprinkle a layer of soil Over a one Inch layer of gravel in the Bottom of the Container. Over this she continued add a Small amount of crushed charcoal to keep the soil Sweet and add Leaf Mold or human. Place in the Small plants Moss and rocks which she suggested ladies of civitan hear instructions on wills William t. Harris an associate in the Law offices of Bencini. Wyatt. Early and Harris spoke to ladies of civitan when they met tuesday evening at Brynwood restaurant. Or. Harris is also president of High Point civitan club. The speaker listed the purposes and disadvantages of preparing a will and stated that the right to draft a will has not always been a Law but was fought for and adopted Over 80 years ago. He said that Many savings in estate taxes court Cost attorney fees and penalties can be avoided by survivors if a will has been drafted. No matter How Small one feels his possessions Are the speaker continued every one should prepare a will so settlement can be made without additional family expenses. He said the Cost of preparing a will is nominal and usually is not challenged when properly prepared. It will provide Quick settling of estates he concluded. A question and answer period followed the talk by or. Harris. Mrs. William g. Erving presided Over the business session and reports were Given by committee chairmen. The invocation was Given by mrs. J. I. the door prize was awarded to mrs. Horace Mckinney. Be selected during a walk in the Woods. Small flowering plants and ferns add to Eye Appeal. Working with wet materials the speaker advised helps plants remain intact and makes a More successful arrangement. Moisten Well cover and the terrarium is ready to live As a Little world All by itself she concluded. Mrs. Neal Lancaster presided at the meeting and gave the devotional. In the Council report she expressed appreciation for help with making Christmas wreaths at Astor dowdy towers in december. Mrs. William Marsh brought an arrangement which she had made and displayed at the Sears Garden Center. The design depicted the name mrs. Carson Stout reported on the clubs Christmas therapy project and the membership committee report was made by mrs. Clarence Keever. Mrs. Glenn Cole introduced the guest speaker. Nutritious snack or kids dessert Cut firm Ripe bananas in to 1-Inch chunks dip into melted Semi Sweet chocolate Sprinkle with chopped roasted slivered almonds chill on waxed paper. Guilford optical co. A free parking a enter from main St. Next to building 654 Telephone North main 885-2647 this area since 1947. Large selection of latest fashions in frames. Let of fill your next prescription for masses. Four registered opticians to serve you Jack Southerland Hoyt Wilton Aubrey Bowman Garland Pugh family hurry in for savings. Sale 222 twin size Flat or fitted. Reg. 2.99. Luxurious Crisp Whit Percale of polyester Cotton. Full size sheets Reg. 3.99 Sale 3.22 Standard Pillow cases 2 Reg. 2 09 Sale 1.72 Sale prices effective thru saturday. King Pillow cases 2 Reg. 3.19/3 79 Sale 2.62 Colp 022 ii my twin size Flat or fitted. Reg. 2.99/3.49. Muslims with the decorator look in Long wearing polyester Cotton. In a Bright cheery assortment of solids stripes prints arid checks. Full size sheets Reg. 3 99/4 49.Sale 3.22 Queen size sheets Reg. 6 49/7 49 Sale 5.32 King size sheets Reg 8 49/9 49.Sale 6.32 Standard Pillow cases 2 req. 2 49/2 99.Sale 2.12 Queen Pillow cases 2 Reg 2 89/3.29 Sale 2.42 Sale 166 twin size Flat or fitted. Reg. 2.19. Soft White muslims of polyester Cotton. Full size sheets Reg. 2.79 Sale 2.26 Standard Pillow cases 2 Reg. 1.39. Sale 1.26 other sizes available at similar saving memo a i or i Wal rip Snorri Iofi Hoe care of House plants outlined for club mrs. Frank Montgomery presented a program on the care of House plants when the out to grow Garden club met in her Home 1177 Sweetbriar on thursday. Prior to the program mrs. Charles Burroughs conducted the business session. Members were invited into the dining area where refreshments were served. A it was announced that the february meeting will be held in the Home of mrs. Graham Morgan. A High Point Enterprise Friday january la 1974 # ill a a or. And mrs. Mccarter terrarium guidelines Are Given few Quot How do you interpret being conservative a Lucy Quot to me conservatism Means taking care of yourself and your family. Of you cant take care of yourself How can you take care of anyone else a the Zany everlasting superstar and super funny lady of to and the movies Lucille Ball gets serious just Long enough to share her thoughts on her career her private life and her children a in an exclusive interview with family weekly a Hollywood editor peer j. Oppenheimer this weeks color cover Story. Human Rinji Amrol it a it Lobo d. Him laetrile on our Huntr Nurul i Oftle Brrown i m in in Spital quiz about your Hilt a conservative in her family Lite Lucille Ball a family weekly a a Stor Chal january 13 in your copy of the High Point Enterprise done to miss our big Home Sale and , you can charge it All at a Penney in Westchester mall. Shop monday thru saturday 10 00 to 9 30

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