High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Mar 30 1976, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 30, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Doctors Day is observed discuss donation or John Bridgers mrs. Charles Guilford county medical auxiliary will Spencer. Mrs. Vernon Mcfalls and mrs make to enable additional education Bill Joyce it 1-r discuss the donation within the Hospital for paramedical members of the High Point Branch of professionals. Photo by Crispe tree Point Wmk kit Kisi the world of Adelaide Wendler women s editor tuesday. March 30. 1976 Page a pledges special guests at sorority Rush party today Marks the anniversary of the first use of Ether As a general aesthetic for a surgical operation it was on March 30, 1942, that or. Crawford Long initiated the use of Ether Observance of doctors Day was suggested by a physicians wife mrs g b. Almond of Winder ga., in 1933. In 1934 doctors Day was adopted by the Georgia medical society and in 1935 was presented to the Southern medical assn., becoming an integral part of their program. This year the members of the High Point Branch of Guilford county medical auxiliary have voted to make a donation to the Carolyn Frye endowment fund which was established in her memory to enable additional education within the Hospital for paramedical professionals. Mrs. Katherine a Spencer is chairman of the endowment fund. In honouring the doctors the auxiliary Felt that helping the professional personnel in the Hospital in advanced education would be one of the finest achievements in this area. Consequently the project for the past two years has been a donation of $500 each year to the Carolyn Frye endowment in conjunction with other donations the goal of $10,006 for the fund has now been reached new pledges of Phi Beta Sigma chapter of Beta Sigma sorority were special guests at the sorority s Rush party held at the Home of Jody Collins on Kingston Street. Saturday evening a covered dish supper was served to members their husbands and escorts Cathy therrall and mrs. Gregg Gibhardt were the pledges who were honoured a scavenger Hunt was held later in the evening with the winners being or and mrs. Richard Payne and or and mrs Gary Hill the sorority held their chapter meeting at the Home of Kathy Patterson on Belmont drive. Latest mrs Susan Harrison conducted the business session members were asked to plan to attend the founder s Day banquet at the Thomasville women s club on april 3 3. The banquet is sponsored by the High Point Beta Sigma Phi City Council and is a citywide event it was announced that the chapter will be giving the residents of Astor dowdy a birthday party this evening at 7 refreshments will be served Bingo and other games will be played with prizes to the winners. Birthday presents will be presented to the residents who celebrate their birthday in March Angela Davenport or and mrs Keith Haven Jagt it of by 2. Thomasville Are parents it a daughter. Angela Gail the child was born on March 24 at the local Hospital Charlene Stevens a daughter. Charlene Danese. Was born to or. And mrs Charles ii Stevens of it. I. Sophia on March 25 at the High Point Hospital Jason Perkins or and mrs Sherman Perkins of 302 Earle pm announce the March 25 arrival of their son Jason Erie at High Point memorial Hospital mrs Perkins is the former miss Vicki Griffey of High Point Flowers for All occasions High Point s leading Horn Grace Flower shop a committee composed of Kathy Patterson and Joanne Blair was set up to make plans for the Mother s Day banquet to be held in May. Complete plans will be announced at a later meeting the chapter elected new officers for the 1976-77 year As follows Toye Payne president Kathy Patterson vice president. Joanne Blair recording Secretary Toni Hill corresponding Secretary and Jody Collins treasurer the new officers will be installed at the May meeting members also voted for the girl of the year and the pledge of the year. The winners will be announced at the founder s Day banquet it was announced that the chapter will sponsor a car Wash on saturday at the High Point Bank and Trust at Fairfield Plaza the program was a Craft demonstration by mrs. Hill who showed the members How to make plaques she went into detail by showing them How to Cut. Shape and place the pictures on the plaques the next meeting will be held with Karla Ruth and the program will be presented by Kathy Patterson seminar plans a told Thomasville the a hair town chapter of National secretaries Assn is planning a seminar at Holiday inn West. 1-85 at West Green drive on april 3 in High Point. A a the Secretary leadership abilities and professional development is the theme for the program to be Given by miss Peggy Creighton. Cps. Raleigh is. Creighton is past Sci president and a past International president. The seminar will open at 9 Arn following 8 am registration it will end with a Buffet luncheon at noon the program will include various areas of knowledge that a Secretary needs com Muni cations decision making motivation and goal setting definition of leadership qualities of effective leadership the ability to work with others productively. Motivation to and its effective use and setting Mutual goals and types of leadership. Reservations Are to lie sent to sue o Brian Hoo National Highway. Thomasville 27360 company announces Winner Greensboro Michelle Robin Bondurant. 17, a senior at mount Pisgah Academy in Candler is the North Carolina Betty Crocker family Leader of tomorrow for 1976. The award was announced by general Mills sponsor of the annual search for leadership in family living a National educational scholarship program miss Bondurant daughter of or and mrs w. C. Bondurant 3001 masonic dr., won a $1,500 College scholarship in Competition with 19,201 seniors in 297 state High schools she is now eligible to win a $5,000 scholarship in the National Competition in april. State runner up is Catherine Earle Woodard an Honor student at North Johnston High school in Kenly. Among honorable mention winners were Teresa Joyce Chapman of Southeast Guilford High school Thomas Flake skipper of Lexington High school in Lexington and Cynthia Mary Borraccini of Bishop Mcguinness High school and Mary Bernadette Paluszak of Reynolds High school both in Winston Salem miss Bondurant won for her school at 20-volume reference work a the annals of from encyclopaedia Britannica educational corp at mount Pisgah Academy miss Bondurant is vice president of the Art club. A member of the student leadership counsel and Active in school publications she plans to attend Southern missionary College to study journalism miss Woodard 17, is the daughter of or and mrs Robert l Woodard of College Avenue Kenly she serves As president of the student Council co editor of the school paper and a member of the National Honor society state level judging in the Betty Crocker search for leadership in family living entered on performance in a written knowledge and attitude examination administered throughout the country on dec. 2 from april 25 through 28 the 51 family leaders of tomorrow a representing the 50 states and the District of Columbia a will with their faculty advisers be guests of the sponsor on an educational tour of Washington d. C. Highlighting the tour will be the announcement of the 1976 Betty Crocker All american family Leader of tomorrow and three National runners up chosen on a basis of personal observation and interviews during the tour plus state level judging results National winners scholarships will be increased to $5,000, $4,000. $3,000 and $2.ooo Bicentennial look topic of discussion at meet mrs. Harold Richardson spoke on a the Bicentennial look at the meeting of Trinity Archdale homemakers club at Archdale United methodist Church hut. Mrs Richardson stressed the wet look the Light weight military look in colors of Khaki red White Blue and Green and yellow. She said sports clothes feature the faded Denim look and All skirts Are definitely longer. She said that Many of the All weather Coats have capes the speaker discussed plaids checks and stripes stating that they require a simple pattern. She said that the size of a person also should be considered when buying plaids and prints mrs. Richardson said that More fabric is usually needed when sewing checks and plaids As patterns must be matched. Mrs. Guy royals gave tips on pruning and feeding flowering shrubs and mrs. J w Davis spoke on a methods and materials used today in cleaning carpets and rugs a mrs Leroy Hancock conducted the business session. The committee report on the Bicentennial bread making project was Given by mrs. Lawrence Mickey in the absence of mrs. Lorene Casey. She said that at least to different kinds will be made and displayed with recipes at Trinity Bicentennial Day program on May i. Mrs royals was appointed chairman to work out details of the bake Sale and give the final report at the april 22 meeting. Mrs. Ruby Shoat reported on the Bicentennial quil meeting that she and mrs. Ivan Stuart attended in Asheboro on wednesday afternoon where they Learned that this club will be responsible for two squares with original appliques for the quilt that is to be auctioned. The proceeds will go to girls Haven. The president announced the District meeting of Extension homemakers on the Salem Campus in Winston Salem on april 13. The Asheboro bus will pick up passengers from the Archdale friends meeting parking lot. It was announced that the needlework group will meet at the Trinity Grange Hall on april 8 at to a in. Welcomed As new members at the meet Reg were mrs. John Bryant mrs. Ivan Streat. Mrs. W. W. White and mrs. Wade Leach. Luncheon hostesses were mrs royals. Mrs. Erma Staley. Mrs. E w. Welborn or and mrs. Nancy Parrish. Oodles of decorator pillows now 40% off oodles of decorator mirrors now 50% off 1650 English of hours . To to 6 phone 882-9390 tuesday night is mothers night Burger King now mom you can eat free at Burger King every tuesday night from 5 . -11 . Mom All you have to do is be accompanied by 2 or More of your family members and your meal is free dinner at Burger King can be a real treat without blowing your budget. 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