High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jan 23 1974, Page 66

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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 28 High Point Enterprise january 231174 girl scout Council sets Camp plans i the Board of directors of the tar Heel triad girl scout Council meeting at the Council office tuesday considered Many items regarding plans of summer camping and the management of its Camp properties plans were considered for four units of old Mill off 185 at Rock Creek Dairy Road to be used for resident camping in 1974 and for troop camping to be conducted at the same time in the other two units Camps Shirley Rogers in roaring Gap Rocky ledge near Burlington Tapp Wingo in Winston Salem seven Springs near Farmington Keya wee in Randolph county near Asheboro and High Point and Douglas Long in Guilford county will be used for Day camping and troop camping for the summer season plans Are also being made for summer fun activities to be offered at Camp Chi qua Penn Camp pin away Mayo Park and the wildlife Reserve in Caswell county the Board of directors directed the finance committee to appoint a subcommittee to Deal with the sorority hears program on being socially aware on display at the Garden Council Center in Sears is this Burlington House award for american gardens which was received recently by the wild Flower at Garden Center downtown High Point this was the Only Public Garden in North Carolina to receive the award it was presented for the creation Ofa Garden that harhon Pik luvs cd ror me creation of a Gara Garden club for their Mim Park in beautifies and gives pleasure s staff photo by Art Richardson Cynthia Spencer honoured mrs Ruth Johnson mrs Gail Albertson mrs Sandra Albertson and mrs Linda Hohn joined in entertaining at a floating miscellaneous bridal Shower on saturday evening in Honor of Synthia Spencer Bride elect of James Michael Albertson the event was held at the Home of mrs Johnson on it 2 Trinity upon her arrival the honoree was presented a Corsage of red and White car nations to complement her red and White ensemble later in newcomers announce Coffee the newcomers club will hold a Coffee on Friday from am at the Owca on Gatewood Avenue in Honor of new members and prospective members of the club the membership of the club is composed of newcomers to High Point who wish to become better acquainted with each other and with their Community anyone wishing further information about the club and its activities May Contact the Owca the evening the hostesses presented the Bride elect with an electric Fry pan refreshments were served from a table covered with a White lace cloth and entered with an arrangement of red and White carnations interspersed with Gypsophila and greenery flanked Fay red and White lighted tapers in Silver candelabra punch was served by mrs Johnson aunt of the bridegroom elect from a Silver punch bowl at an adjoining table guests were invited to Call Between the hours of 79 pm special guests included mrs latest Basil Albertson Mother of the bridegroom elect and mrs cd Spencer Mother of the Bride elect also present for the event were mrs Verney Albertson and mrs Elizabeth Boggs grandmothers of the bridegroom elect mrs Hohn sister of the bridegroom elect will serve As a bridesmaid in the Spencer Albertson wedding Sandra and Gail Albertson will serve As honorary attendants the Spence Albertson wedding will take place in a 6 pm ceremony feb 2 at Hopewell methodist Church Trinity being socially aware was the program presented by mrs Tommy White miss Debbie Carpenter and miss Kathy Parrom when Phi Alpha rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met in the Home of miss Parrom on monday evening miss Parrom began the program by Reading a quotation from the chapter yearbook improve yourself today and then improve your friends tomorrow afterwards miss Carpenter divided members into three groups and had each group perform a Short skit the first skit concerned three girls who were having dinner in a restaurant it seemed that one girl never had enough Money to pay her Bill and when someone else paid for her she always forgot to pay them Back when confronted by her friends she realized her error in social etiquette the second skit concerned the proper Way to apply for a Job the first girl who applied was thirty minutes late with no feasible excuse and no Perti nent information on her past employment record these cond girl arrived on time with a nearly comprised portfolio the third skit was about an argument at work Between two girls Over who should organize Church a Al Kevin Craver or and mrs Charles Graver of 1408 Carter St announce the arrival of their son Kevin Scott on Jan 10 at High Point memorial Hospital Erica Taylor or and mrs Roger Taylor or of Vickery Chapel Road Jamestown announce the birth of their daughter Erica Brooke on Jan 19 at High Point memorial Hospital mrs Taylor is the former Martha Donald of High Point activities first Wesleyan members of the willing workers class of first Wesleyan Church win meet in the Fellowship Hall on thursday at pm lose weight comfortably Jennifer Davis up 4 and mrs Donald a Davis of 118 Kenilworth or announce the birth of a daughter Jennifer Rebekah who was born on Jan 20 at the local Hospital mrs Davis is the former Joan Pugh of High Point specialist Davis is stationed with the us army in Munster Germany Jennifer Loflin or and mrs Wayne Loflin of 223 grand ave announce the birth of a daughter Jennifer Raye the child was born on Jan 15 at High Point memorial Hospital thousands upon thousands of women from coast to coast have lost weight successfully with o or in sex so can you Odri nex contains the most effective reducing Aid available without a prescription one tiny Odri nex Tablet before meals controls your appetite you eat less Down goes your caloric intake Down goes your weight if you want to lose even More weight and faster follow the helpful eating hints provided no starving no special exercises get rid of ugly fat and live longer Odri nex must satisfy or your Money be refunded no questions asked sold with this guarantee by eckers drugs now open in High Point a the showplace of Al prime meats Quantity rights reserved 1525 n main High Point no phone 8832117 open Mon tues wed and sat thurs and Fri we have a Good Supply of Spring Lamb from Colorado first of the week Sale la Mon tues wed Jan 28 29 30 meat loaf ground Chuck oven ready 3 in tin Al extra lean 3 in Good selection of imported and Domestic dinner wines there is absolutely no repackaging at the heating place All meats Are trimmed so As to re Tain the natural juices when prepared us a prime meats Are aged on the of the Meating place to the exact degree and texture prescribed to attain the ultimate in tenderness and flavor pork loin end roast 1 cube Steak 99 la 1 see our Delicatessen Section featuring roast beef urge selection of cheese foreign and Domestic wines gourmet food Section speciality Mem Section prices Good thru saturday us a prime Chuck roast la us Del prime London Broil la 2 the files with each girl in sisting that it was the others responsibility finally a third girl suggested that All three work together and get the Job finished in a very Short time following the skits mrs White read a poem entitled drug store by John Weaver immediately following the program mrs Marty Adams president conducted the business meeting she reminded members of the Valentine dance which will be held on feb 15 at the Thomasville woman club City of Burlington in its plans for the development of Alamance Creek As their City water Reservoir and its Impact on old Mill Camp this subcommittee will also investigate ways of preserving the actual old Mill building the following were elected to fill unexpired terms on the Board of directors As members Large mrs Thomas Alspaugh Greensboro and Charles Lewis Greensboro to serve through 1974 Charles Meyers Greensboro will serve through 1975 two senior scouts were elected to serve through 1976 Kim Hamlett daughter of or and mrs Lloyd Hamlett of Asheboro and Mary Kay Itte Mari daughter of or and mrs As Itter nun of Winston Salem mrs Otto Funderburk of Jamestown was elected to serve As Secretary until 1975 filling an unexpired term the Board of directors approved the following appointments of committee chairmen miss Ruth Butler Winston Salem employed personnel mrs Thomas Nowell Burlington program services Charles Lewis Greensboro finance mrs Trotman announced that the Council nominating committee had elected mrs Wilma Smiley Winston Salem As its chairman dinner will be served at pm and music will be provided by the Cut Glass band from 9 pm until 1 am mrs David Dehart service chairman reminded members of the pizza party schedule for feb 9 for the children of Biggs cottage at Mills Home the children will be taken to sir pizza in Thomasville for the party mrs Dawn Austin social chairman reported that the next social will be held on feb 2 at the Home of mrs Larry Pope annual meet planned the annual meeting of the Church women United will be held on monday at 11 am at first United methodist Church n main Street lunch will be served at noon reservations should be made with either mrs Edwin Chappell or mrs v Blackburn new officers will be installed devotional speaker will be the Rev s s Bass of it Vernon Baptist Church Stout Shoppe Are faired Galeski fills your prescription with utmost care and precision and offers you a wide selection of the most modern Frame styling fashion specialists sizes 18 to 60 to 32l 2811 Battleground Greensboro shop daily Fri til 9 dial a 919 2888397 Westchester mall semiannual shoe Sale ready tomorrow final reduction i hundreds of pairs reduced to Price and Many reduced More our greatest Sale Ever fantastic savings Many Many pairs of narrow widths and hard to fit sizes ladies9 dress and casual shoes Joyce Florsheim de Liso Debs regularly to 18 Young shoes so Caressa Stratford regularly to handbags Many styles and colors regularly to downtown and Westchester mall your fashion 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