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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 22, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Annual meeting is set by Home economists latest arrivals Home economists of the Northwest Region will hold their Spring regional meeting on tuesday at the Forsyth agricultural building 1450 Fairchild dr., Winston Salem. The program will include registration and refreshments 44 30 . Tailoring menus suits 4 30 . 5 . A to include hints and quickie demonstrations by Nancy Mitchell of Greensboro outstanding authority in menus tailoring life style strategies for now and the future 5 . 5 30 . A by Margaret Ward director of consumer affairs Southern furniture manufacturers Assn., High Point effective Means for Home economists to combat the Energy crisis 5 30 . 6 . A Jean Gerkin Home service supervisor Piedmont natural Betty Stough Home service supervisor Duke Power co. Will conduct this program. A Buffet dinner at 6 . Will be followed by a fashion Parade of hand sewn fashions by area members and Stu Dent members. Prizes will be Given for Best looking student and adult fashions. Area members May enter the fashion show by mailing their name to Gwendlyn Sneed Box 61, Bennett College Greensboro 27420. Reservations for dinner should be made to mrs. Margaret Snow Home economics department Salem College Winston Salem . 27108. All Home economists from the Northwest Region Are urged to attend. Lamm Brown couple weds Mableton sue Brown and Bobby Lee Lamm were United in marriage on March 20 in a 4 30 . Civil ceremony in Austell ga., officiated by t. I. Baskin Justice of the peace. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Oliver Mcwhorter of 6860 Queens Mill re. The bridegroom is the son of w. E. Lamm of 506 Eastchester or. And Leila j. Lamm of 2802 Westchester or. High Point. The Bride was Given in marriage by her father. She wore a full length Pink gown trimmed in White for the occasion. Best Man was Richard Lamb. The Bride attended Pebble Brook High school and the bridegroom attended High Point Central High school. The couple will reside on 622 old powder Springs re. Library plans film mrs. Bobby Lee Lamm Adam Parker or. And mrs. Kenneth Parker of it. 2, Asheboro announce the birth of their son Gary Adam on March 18 at Randolph Hospital in a Asheboro. Mrs. Parker is the former Doris Jean Hill of Asheboro. Or. Parker is the son of or. And mrs. Billy Ray Parker of it. I Trinity. Jeffrey Peele or. And mrs. Charles w. Peele of 506 Everett Lane Are the parents of a son Jeffrey Scott born on March 16 at the High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Peele is the former Mary Cookston of Bridgeport Ala. Ryan Taro or. And mrs. Charles Taro or. Of 613 Garrison announce the March 14 arrival of their son Ryan Thomas at the High Point Hospital. Mrs. Taro is the former Cynthia Cash. Melissa Mitchell or. And mrs. Robert Mitchell of 600 e. State St. Announce the birth of their daughter Melissa Ann. On March 18 at High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Mitchell is the former Patricia slate. Richard Bryant the March 18 birth of their son Richard Lowell at the High Point Hospital is being announced by or. And mrs. Roger Bryant of Barrett drive in Archdale. Mrs. Bryant is the former Bettiejo Kidd of Trinity. Emily Andrews or. And mrs. Roland Andrews of it. I Randleman announce the birth of their daughter Emily Nicole on March 19 at High Point memorial Hospital. Of Omen High Point Enterprise the world Adelaide to Friday March 22,1974. Page 6a a cow director to speak mrs. Button a eighty Steps to Jonah an inspiration film that shows How injustice faced with courage and openness to others can Lead to a Fuller understanding of life is scheduled for the saturday morning show for children at High Point Public Library. In the film a Young boy unjustly convicted of car stealing escapes from prison and joins a Camp for Blind children. He draws Hope and courage from their need of him. The two hour film will be shown at to a m. In the Community room. New officers elected by Pine Hill members Pine Hill Garden club members elected officers for the coming year at their meeting on wednesday at the Home of mrs. J. L. Griffin 715 Quaker Lane. Elected were mrs. D. K. Miller president mrs. I. A. Poppe vice president mrs. David Barbour Secretary mrs. Gaston Bouldin treasurer and mrs. Walter Krew son custodian. Mrs. George Nicholson gave a program on paper Tole. She displayed several pictures she had designed and explained the process from the beginning to the completed product. The effect is a three dimensional look. Mrs. Miller conducted the business meeting and announced that the first annual High Point House and Garden tour will take place on May 2. She distributed tickets to members. The tour is being sponsored by the High Point Garden Council and the museum Guild. The hostess served a Sweet course to members when they arrived. It was announced that a tour of Landwood in Greensboro will highlight the april meeting. Or. Pratt presents program b. C. Pratt Trust officer of the High Point Bank and Trust co., spoke to members of the High Point Legal secretaries Assn. At the tuesday meeting held at the Owca on Gatewood Avenue. Or. Pratt spoke to the group on the services offered and functions of the Trust department. He is a native of Virginia having joined the staff of High Point Bank As vice president and Trust officer in 1960. Or. Pratt is a member of St. Mary a episcopal Church the fur Nitu Reland kiwanis club and the High Point executive club and member of the High Point estates planning Council for the past two years having served As Secretary and treasurer. He has taught courses for the american Institute of banking in High Point. Mrs. Sue Robertson conducted the business session and mrs. Kat Hankins gave the invocation. Discussions and plans were made for coming events of the association. Mrs. Rena Button new executive director of the National Council of jewish women will be among speakers at the mid Atlantic regional convention of a cow to be held april 28 through May i at Holiday inn four seasons in Greensboro. This announcement was made wednesday evening by mrs. Harry Samet National consultant with a cow during the meeting of the High Point Section held in the Home of mrs. George Levine on Coventry Road. Mrs. Button was named executive director of the 100,000 member organization on March 18. Since 1971 the new director has served As projects coordinator of United jewish Appeal where her responsibility has included development of curriculum and materials for religious schools counselling to federation campaigns around the United states radio programming special services for women a division of United jewish Appeal including editing a quarterly Magazine development and coordination of special programs in conjunction with Israel s 25th anniversary and other special assignments. Mrs. Button produced and co moderated a weekly Public affairs television series a speak for yourself a carried by Etc in Albany n.y., and the Abc and lbs affiliates in consecutive years As Well As a weekly world affairs Council a a great decisions series. As special assistant for Federal funds and Federal programs in the 20th congressional District new York mrs. Button specialized in counselling Community agencies on available Federal funding programs by Hud and hew. The new director attended Albany Law school Pembroke College in Brown University and Simmons College in Boston mass., where she earned a Bachelor of science degree in history. In addition to mrs. Button speakers will be mrs. Earl Marvin National president judge Elreta Alexander Rufus Edminston of sen. Sam Ervin a watergate staff and or. Michael Berger of the graduate school of management at Vanderbilt University. Members were urged to make plans to attend As Many sessions As possible. The wednesday meeting opened with a devotional a finding happiness Given by mrs. Paul Fine. Mrs. Sandy Herman vice president of Community services reported to members on the new location of a House for children sponsored by the Guilford county social services dept. Several civic groups and individuals Are preparing and furnishing the House for occupancy. Council members voted to give a donation for the Purchase of furniture and other equipment. Mrs. Herman also requested individual donations of books linens or Art objects. The president mrs. Jacobs commended the group for their role in making the february brotherhood meeting with Mobile meals a Success. She announced that the april 17 meeting will be the ship a Box party for Israel. Refreshments were served by mrs. Jacobs and mrs. George Levine at the conclusion of the meeting. The National Council of jewish women is one of the oldest major american jewish women a organizations with members in More than 200 communities. Now in its eighty first year a cow is committed to social action programs affecting children the aged and the disadvantaged in communities in the United states and abroad. Its principal concern in Israel is the a cow Center for research in education of the disadvantaged part of the school of education of hebrew University in Jerusalem. Rain Protection a Good Way to keep when caught in a sudden Shower is to carry a Clear Vinyl Raincoat and kerchief set in your handbag. Shake it out and put it on quickly. Guilford optical co. A free parking a enter from main St. Next to building 654 North main St Williams Flowers Quality Flowers professional service 1012 Inrush to. A a Call 182-4141 7, Telephone 885-2647 serving this area since 1947. Large selection of latest fashions in frames let us fill your next prescription for glasses. Four registered opticians to serve you Jack Southerland Hoyt Wilson Aubrey Bowman Imit Garland Pugh your family decorator Coffee tables should be grouped by Carleton Varney president Dorothy Draper amp co. Inc. A Coffee table look i like is the look of a group. Two Heads Are better than one and so Are two tables. And who says three a a crowd three Small tables can make for an exciting Coffee table. Groupings in addition to their Eye Appeal have flexibility. When you need an extra table near that club chair or Side chair just pick up a Section of your Coffee table group and place it where its needed. For an Island room what about three Wicker Drums All in a Row in front of a Wicker sofa cushioned in a Bright print of Lime Green White and Canary yellow. Or if you a rather not go Wicker All the Way upholster three Small plywood cubes in a padded version of your sofa fabric colors a one Lime Green one White one yellow. Top each table with Glass. A Coffee table grouping formed of cubes works Well in any Type of room. You a be surprised How great two or three Small Clear acrylic cubes can look in even the most traditional setting. I like to see those sparkling Clear cubes sitting on a muted Oriental Rug in front of a velvet upholstered Lawson sofa. In a traditional setting accessorize the see through cubes with a Small Bronze clock a vase of Flowers and a collection of old China ashtrays. The accessories will tie that modern looking cube into your period room. In a modern Geometric looking setting choose brightly coloured plastic cubes for your Coffee table. Flank a Blue cube with two reds or two yellows to form a rectangle. Or create a Blue and red Checkerboard Square using four cubes. I a Small room place together two Small Square Glass topped tables with steel legs. The transparent tops will give an open Light feeling so important in cramped quarters. And in that end Library where the Man of the House loves to lounge How about a grouping of the new tree stump tables now on the Market. The sofa can be covered in a warm red and Green tartan. Carpet can be Emerald Green shag. Wood panel the Walls and use Wood stained shutters at the windows. And for lamps a on unfinished Wood Parsons style end tables Why not two cubes covered in red suede with Black shades. Dear family decorator a please suggest a color scheme for my Sun room. Floors Are Light Marble Walls Are White Brick. Win Dows and doors Are Jalousie. I Hope to buy Wicker mrs. R. H. Dear mrs. R. A paint Walls Apple Green with White trim and the ceiling azure blues. For cushions on the Wicker furniture choose colourful Chintz. There Are so Many Beautiful prints on the Market. Accent Wicker chairs and sofa with big cushy pillows covered in Gingham a yellow and White perhaps a with ruffle Borders. Use a Bright Green area Rug to give a Garden Lawn look. A i would like to redo my bathroom. Fixtures and tile floor Are yellow. There a a Light Grey and yellow marbleized counter top. What colors should i use for carpet wallpaper and towels a mrs. M. B. Dear mrs. M a Why not select a Silver Tea paper for your bathroom Walls and ceiling. There Are actually Vinyl Tea papers with the Silvery look and some come with Flower and Branch designs in soft pretty Colori. For carpeting select a Cantaloupe shag and for towels what about a combination of Cantaloupe Lemon yellow and azure Blue. Shower curtain can be Lemon trimmed with a White and Melon Border. Or. Varney welcomes mail from readers but cannot give a personal reply. He will answer the most interesting questions from readers in his column. Thinking about a piano or Organ we Are North Carolina s largest keyboard dealer open tonight and every n Iff i Kin Ribald til 9 Westchester mall just arrived blouses and tops 6�?� Tomoz value 2 for the place Quot 113 n. Main St. Phone 883-2812 a 60 Day Lay a Way next to the phone company a town forum to discuss the social Legal medical and moral implications of abortion. Sunday March 24 7 00 . Wesley memorial United methodist Church Canel prof. We. Cope or Dan herring or Eldora Terrell or Wayne Krueger or Sam Lloyd sociologist High Point College High Point attorney High Point physician anatomist Lowman Ore school of Medicine psychiatric counsellor High Point to j 10,000 Yards 60�?� polyester prints designers patterns made to sell for $4.98 Yard. Our Price $049 in Yard or Vance Davis mrs Mary Clayton Amity service Bureau ethicist High Point College nurse instructor Iep memorial Hospital school of nursing Moderator or. Earl Crow professor High Point College the Public is cordial y invited sponsored by the North Carolina committee for continuing education in the humanities regular store hours monday thru thursday 9 a m. To 6 . Friday 9 a m. To 9 . Saturday 9 a m. To 6 . 1-85 at w. Green or. Division of Covert textiles s ill 4

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