High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Mar 15 1976, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 15, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Spring theme used Esa Council meets Here ii la Point Enterprise a springtime in High Point was the theme for the March Council meeting of the n. C state Council of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International sorority which was held saturday at Holiday inn downtown members of Alpha Psi chapter served As hostesses for the event. More than too members representing 19 sister chapters in the state 6 via members trom chapters in Thomasville and Reidsville 2 members at Large and 2 guests attended the meeting the business session was conducted by mrs. Charles Cross n. C state Council president and member of the Beta Iota chapter in Winston Salem in keeping with the theme decorations included pastel coloured kites flying from Beds of Spring Flowers. Each ska member attending was presented a decoupage plaque made by Alpha Psi members plans were announced for the state convention to be held in Winston Salem May 21-23. The Beta Iota chapter will serve As hostesses for the event. Mrs Mary Day state scholarship chairman and Dot Wilson of Eden conducted a workshop on the needs for teachers of exceptional children As part of this program mrs. Carol sides a teacher at the High Point kindergarten for the handicapped presented a slide program and commentary on the educating of handicapped children As utilized methods pursued at the kindergarten. Latest arrivals Sharon Frazier or. And mrs Samuel r. Frazier of it. 2. Trinity Are parents of a daughter Sharon Rachel who was born on March 13 at the High Point Hospital Paula Alexander or and mrs Tony Reid Alexander of 2019 Tom Everhart re. Lexington announce the birth of their daughter Paula Beth the child was born on March 8 at the local Hospital. Kelly Ball or. And mrs Ernest Dwight Ball of 1722 Bolingbroke re. Announce the March 4 arrival of their daughter. Kelly Michelle the baby was born at the High Point Hospital mrs Ball is the former Terry my pet tors of Greensboro mrs. Lindsay presents program mrs Robert Lindsay presented a slide program for members of the tuesday afternoon Garden club held at the Home of mrs. Edward r Klug at 1009 Westwood ave mrs Klug was assisted by mrs Marvin Shields in solving a Sweet course and punch upon arrival of members. Mrs Lindsay conducted the business session at which time mrs e e. Younts gave the Garden Council report and the club voted to donate a tree for the landscaping of the new salvation army grounds mrs Lindsay also asked Garden members who had extra Trees or bulbs or plants to Call her As they could be used to continue the beautification project at the Hospital plot on the Corner of Westwood and Elm mrs Lindsay showed slides of a recent trip to hanging Rock she asked members to identify the various Flowers. Plans were discussed for a trip to the mountains in april. Wednesday meet planned the High Point Branch of the Guilford county medical auxiliary will meet on wednesday at to . With mrs i. Ben Miller of 1207 Westwood. The speaker will be Harry Thomas who is with the alcohol education Center at state event Sandra Huffstetter second from right president of Alpha Psi chapter welcomes state Epsilon Sigma Alpha officers to High Point. With her Are from left Doreen Bailey corresponding Secretary Frances White first vice president and president elect and Carol Cross president. I photo by Sonny Hedgecock senior citizens programs explained by director Lynne Qualls Public relations director on the Council for the aging in Randolph county was guest speaker at the Archdale Tritty woman s club held wednesday at the local Owca the objectives of the organization which was reorganized in the Spring of 1975 in Randolph Are to promote a Community under standing of the aging process to coordinate the existing services and to remove the individual and social barriers in the Community. Two projects have already begun by the Council according to is Qualls. These projects Are Rise and Shine program a Telephone reassurance program to make sure those living alone Are checked on each Day a nutrition program a program designed to make sure that elderly persons receive a Good hot meal each Day. Mrs Qualls announced the opening of the Craft House this will be a place where senior citizens May take their crafts baked goods Etc for Sale. This will be an Opportunity for them to supple in e n i their incomes. Is Qualls was introduced by mrs Bobby Clodfelter. Who serves As a local representative on the Council mrs Francis booze Public affairs chairman announced that the Archdale Trinity walk a Thon will be held March 27 she asked members to assist in providing Tood for the walkers. Mrs. Robert Spencer reported that the Parks committee is trying to raise Money to request a Grant for building the Park donations or Money or land is requested at this time mrs. John Stunda pointed out to the members that memorials Are accepted by the Archdale Library and that this is a Good Way of expressing love and sympathy to families of deceased persons members voted to support Kay English who is seeking Garden Council report highlights meeting mrs r. B. Moore reported on the Garden Council at the meeting of the a deflower Garden club held with mrs. Rex Walser on Imperial or mrs Moore stated that the Council has a new slate of officers she told the group that Money was sent to the Roan Mountain project and reminded members to Plant a tree for Arbor Day. Devotions were Given by mrs Ray Nance who read a poem entitled a a Spring prayer a mrs Richard l e w i n presided at the meeting Ami it was announced that beautification awards will be Given to private Homes Gar Den clubs and Industrial areas in the various wards. The Council also suggested that the various Garden clubs make a Floral arrangement for Bicentennial fourth of july celebrations to be held at City Lake during the projects report the club decided to hold a Plant Sale May 14-15 at Westchester mall mrs. Blanch Kemp was welcomed As a new member it was decided to change the meeting of the club to the second thursday of each month at 3 p in mrs Anthony Jacobi presented a program on Flower arranging she made a line arrangement using j tulips honeysuckle Vine Geranium leaves hyacinths and i camellias mrs. Jacobi gave some suggestions for Flower arranging she also stated that the important fact to it remember is to enjoy Flowers for what they arc and to Experiment with various arrangements at the conclusion of the meeting refreshments were served by mrs Walser mrs Herman Coble and mrs j. E Heath Jayc ettes elect new mild of officers officers were elected by the Jamestown Jayc ettes on thursday evening at the Home of mrs Janis Beshears. Mrs. Wanda Gatton served As co hostess the following were elected As officers for the new year president mrs. Dianne Dalton first vice president mrs. Beshears second vice president mrs. Mary Glover Secretary mrs. Cherry Glover treasurer mrs Tricia Seymour. These officers will be installed at the banquet along with the Jaycee officers on april 3 at the elks club in High Point. The Faycette of the year was voted on and will be announced at the installation banquet. The regional Faycette meeting will be held on March 27 at Tanglewood club House Clemmons Jayc ettes were encouraged to attend Adelaide Wendler women s editor monday March 15, 1976. Page 6a professor outlines roles of women in world War j w. Stitt a member of the history department at High Point College was guest speaker at the meeting of Zeta Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority held in the Home of Carol Garcia on Chatham drive his topic was a the history of women in England during the first world the speaker stated that during this period women joined the work Force As a Means to help the War Effort. Most of the jobs were in am William Faver lists opportunities at environmental Center election to the Randolph county school Board. Mrs James Robert announced that tickets for the fashion show to be held at Erindale school on March 18 Are now on Sale the evening will include dinner fashion show entertainment and door prizes proceeds from the affair will be used to furnish a room at girls Haven. Mrs Clodfelter announced that the education department has paid for some underprivileged children at the Archdale school to attend a movie mrs. C. M Reddeck announced club women and student winners of the recent District arts festival. They Are Nita Blair student Winner third in sculpture and first place in pen and Ink and second place in ceramics Gina Stutts. First place decorative painting on Wood and Andrea Bryant first place in stitchery. Mrs. John Nurney. Club woman first place in needlepoint mrs Reddeck also announced the state arts festival will be held at Salem College in Winston Salem on March 27 Reserve ions should be called in to mrs Irvin Newberry by March 15. The members were reminded of the Bicentennial Celebration on May i. Mrs. Stunda announced plans to take the Golden age club to Hanes mall in Winston Salem on March 31 mrs Spencer had charge of devotions a St Patrick s Day theme was used in the table decorations. William Faver of the environmental Center presented the program for the Burbank Garden club when members met at Foxfire Garden clubhouse mrs. P j Neal mrs. Ray Nibbelink and mrs. Vera Smith were hostesses. Mrs Ray Nibbelink introduced or Faver to the group in his opening remarks he gave the purpose of the environmental Center. This is to make people aware of their environment. Man is dependent upon his environment just As Trees Flowers and Birds Are. He told the group that Man needs to understand the interrelationship and inter dependencies which Are a part of his natural environment. Man also needs to understand the science of ecology in Early Days Man was close to his environment. He enjoyed experiences out of doors which Are not available today unless Tine plans for them the environmental Center provides for these through slides hikes in the Woods Bird walks exhibits and the Library. Or. Faver went on to say that the Center has planned programs to make children aware of their environment. These experiences develop an appreciation for their environment and Lead to self discovery through the senses these programs begin with the kindergarten and go through senior High school. The themes for the programs Range from environmental awareness to environmental concepts and concerns. Or Faver showed coloured slides of Birds and animals Flowers and mushrooms. They were taken in his own Back Yard and at the Center he explained in his concluding remarks he stated that Man must a word to the Wise is sufficient. Your diet May not be our word is Sweet Aci Ophilus we coh new from the fresh milk people Mott effective system of carpet cleaning in existence. A Mobile carpet cleaning system for your carpet. 8 Alacli o j Beauty ways better than Ordinary steam cleaning phone 8s3-2514 i learn now to live with his natural environment if he is to survive. He mentioned programs which he thought would be of interest to the Public. One is on migratory Birds another in october on Trees with their changing colors and one in november on rocks and minerals. Or. Faver urged members to visit the Center for meetings hikes Bird walks and picnics. The president. Mrs. Blake Thompson conducted the business meeting mrs. Edwin Chappell mentioned the Hospital beautification project As being of primary importance to the Council since March 15 is Arbor Day mrs Chappell urged members to Plant a tree or give one to a Friend. Mrs. Thompson thanked mrs r d. Tilson and mrs h p. Morrison for placing an arrangement in the Chapel at High Point memorial Hospital on March 7. The following new officers were elected president mrs. Vera Smith vice president. Mrs. Woodrow Haywood recording Secretary mrs. Ray Nibbelink corresponding Secretary. Mrs. R d. Tilson. Treasurer mrs. H. P. Morrison. Munition factories because women were of Little significance and should there be an Accident the loss would not be Felt too much. It was not unusual to see these women with missing fingers and hands. He went on to say that the women were placed in unskilled positions at first but it soon became apparent they were capable of handling jobs requiring skill and patience. Although the majority of women worked at unskilled jobs they were poorly paid As Well. There were Many strikes during this time some in favor of the women a rights some against them Young girls began leaving Home to got to the larger cities and take jobs As secretaries and office workers. At one time a group of miners went on strike because their daughters were earning More Money As secretaries than they were at mining or. Stitt concluded by saying that it was during this period that the Job Market was opened to women. The Job Market is continually fluctuating in behalf of women. The business session was conducted by Gerri Campbell chapter president. The group voted for girl of the year which will be announced at the founder s Day banquet to be held on april 30 at the Thomasville woman s club Best steaks anywhere it was announced that Ann Bundy and Phyllis Morgan will represent the chapter at the City Council meeting on wednesday the chapter voted not to present any gifts at founder s Day this year except to those having perfect attendance. The next meeting will be held on april 12 at the Home of Gerri Campbell mrs. Campbell will be in charge of the program. Pine Hill club Pine Hill Garden club will meet on wednesday at the Home of mrs. D. K. Miller. The program will be Given by the owner of plants exotic at to o clock in the morning. Westview club Westview Flower club will meet on tuesday at the Home of mrs. H. F. Ingram 601 Hedrick St. The meeting is planned for 7 30 . Ill i p the d m i 9. Your hostess and Host Quot Linda and Wylie Moore Quot fill peddle Steah Jih ouse Tel 869-3614 High Point All Abc permits Back by popular demand this weeks color portrait package two 8xl0 s two 5x7 s ten wallets Sion Only i l compute Reg. $24.95 $3.00 Deposit $9.95 balance . Til 7 . 2-6 sundays no age limit no extra charge for groups a Welcome Edmonds Jamestown drug . March 14, is 16 in because they care. You should care about yourself. World wide cares. Introductory offer 2 weeks for $3.50 Burlington 227-0173 old dude us spas for women College Village shopping Center ss3141s High Point. . Other area sum Durham Greensboro Winston Salem Danville a 449-6575 274-1616 765-7750 s04-797-5600

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