High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 16 1972, Page 33

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Automotive dept. 40% discounter Jyi Gre photo finishing 7 4 High Point in mgr 2300 North main St. 3ft at Eastchester amp High Point Enterprise sunday july 16, 1972 3c history is relived on caravan tour by Peggy Ingram pc news Bureau history came alive again for the 13 High Point College students taking the colonial american history caravan course. Travel classroom instruction Oral reports and extensive Library study were All part of the six hour College credit course that has been offered annually since 1963. Under the direction of or. Paul Gratiot head of the history political science and geography departments at High Point College and instructor of the course the caravan travelled for seven Days to historical Sites in Virginia. The course designed by d. Wendell Patton president of pc is a special program offered each summer during the first term of the summer school session at the College. It is primarily for students teachers and professional Lay leaders in related Fields. The first historical site visited earlier in the course was Monticello the name Given by Thomas Jefferson to his residence and estate in what is now Albemarle county a. Designed and supervised by Jefferson the 35-room building was constructed of materials from the estate except the hardware and Glass and took approximately 25-years for planning and erecting. Due to Hurricane Agnes the caravan was not Able to visit Richmond va., which they normally do on their Way to the historic Triangle of Jamestown Yorktown and Williamsburg. At Jamestown where 105 men and boys landed in 1607 to Seattle in the new world the caravan toured the town site along the old streets and paths to the Church the state House Sites and the rums of old houses taverns and shops. Paintings markers and recorded messages along the Way portray life As it was in the Colony. At Jamestown festival Park constructed in 1957 by the state of Virginia to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the founding of Jamestown. The students viewed the full scale reconstruction of the three historical ships and the three cornered James fort which the first settlers built. At Yorktown they visited the last effective Battleground of the american revolution where Cornwallis and his British army were bottled up by George Washington s Allied american and French forces. In Williamsburg where 80 surviving colonial buildings were restored and about 300 were rebuilt upon their original foundations the caravan toured the House of Burgess where the first representative Assembly in America met the reconstructed Capitol building the governors Palace the jail and the various Craft Shope. A in Williamsburg i let the students be on their own a said or Gratiot. A after five years of experience i guarantee that the students will get a lot More out of it if they discover Williamsburg itself a he added. Mrs. Mabel Vaughn of Asheboro was impressed with the House of Burgess while Tom Kincaid of Miami Fla. Especially enjoyed the William and Mary University. There they visited the Wrenn building. The oldest educational building in the country which is used As the English department at the University. Kincaid stated. A the Chapel of the College is still used for Small weddings and religious services during the Winter Missie Mead of Gaithersburg my was impressed with Carters Grove Plantation which they viewed where a piece of sword is still embedded in the Stair railing in the Entrance Hall. It is said to have been placed there during the revolution by a British Cavalryman who Rode his horse up the stairs and hacked j the Balustrade with his Sabre As he ascended. Van Joyce of Madison said a i really enjoyed the Black it Smiths shop. It was very interesting to see the Blacksmith beat out horseshoes just like they did in the colonial a and we visited the Gunsmith Shope a said another student a where the Only Man in the . That can make a gun totally by hand was Busy at work. It takes 400 hours to make one gun and they sell for $3,000 up the students agreed that it All was so educational that it would really be hard to say what particular part of the trip was More enjoyable. The students thought that there were too Many significant places and things visited to mention All of them in addition to the movies at the information centers and the terrific guides made it All so realistic. Lynn Brandon of Lexington said a it was unbelievable the Way the 23-Yearold guide talked with you when we visit the Appomattox court House. I must have talked with him for two hours and you would have thought he actually fought in the civil War the student unanimously Felt that without or. Gratiot the trip would not have been what it was. A the knew where everything said another student. Announcements i. Announcements attention Home sewers coming soon. Speciality fabric at Graal earnings. Who a at Isi n. Main. The knit sink s Lake fishing at it s Best. Prizes Jackpot tag fish. Open j Days a week. Go out West Lexington to Wallburg re. Pol Tow signs. Byerly s Lake formally Fisherman Paradise now open. Restocked with Arp. Paying j per in for Carp running daily weekly a monthly jackpots. Open monday thru thursday tam to to o. I Friday amp saturday All night sunday i to of p. In. Located on Lakeview or. Off old Thomasville re. Operated by Jack 1 Everly _ take soil away the Blue Lustre Way from carpets and upholstery. Rent electric Shampooer la. Huffman paint amp wallpaper Forest ave. Rest Home has a private room vacancy for a lady. Coll 882-8825. 2. Card of thanks we the family of mrs. Alice v. Mama Cook wish to express our sincere appreciation during the recent bereavement of our Mother end grandmother of whom we so dearly loved. The Many Floral arrangement prayer and other gesture of sympathy help strengthen our Faith during a tim Lika this. I id ran and grandchildren j. Lost and found lost 3 Rabbit Hunting dogs lost in the Vicinity of scientific end Kivett or. Call 454m3anytimeaherk l personals marriage arrangements comp Aith. In i hr., i a in to 5 p a monday through can tor 17 76 4, z c Hugn Dallas turn. Practical nurse a vacancy in private Horn tor i or 2 elderly ladle who need some Cere. Well Dei Anc leg meals reasonable rate. Pm of so dial a message 885-4912 there s no place like Home met a fallow who spent to years in prison for robbery his wife Nad died children Tost Faith in him no friends left his Only Consolation a minister found him a Loo a took him to Church now a wants to preach against crime. What a wasted life he could have been Nappy buy my our furniture. Al boy Jake Herr. S. 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Call Albert Hunt Mij c amp b tree service tree trimming removal cavity Tut i. Landscaping a is rubbery work. Insured is yrs experience firewood 431-74 c. E. Abbot amp son landscaping Complete Lawn cart seeding or reseed Ngim no a Mertilus no Shrub Bary top soil fill dry Sand Rock a j gravel Call m2 1470. Even nos a 42. For grading and Lawn Sedny also Send Ocic or gravel. Call Branson Holland 411-s4. Sandrock topsoil gravel a till dirt. _ Chi m-4 0. Sandrock topsoil a Gra. A fill dirt. Also loader work. Cell m5-2454 Collins tree service a cutting g ass removing train and spraying a Rubery. Pm 117-473. Tractor work turning dishing. By hog work driveway scraped Buck brew 15-35313 Atter 4pm Yards a drives a Cam my areas cleared tilled graded a bal hed la. Remodelling a fainting Carpenter work. 20 years experience. Door w endows. Room addition panelling Etc Larry Proctor 431 5222 Raynor Paini amp aluminium 3517 s vain St. Archdale dealer it Alcoa a Reynold aluminium Sid no. 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