High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 5 1972, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 5, 1972, High Point, North Carolina At installation ceremony mrs. Johnny Carswell left was installed As new president of Alpha Delta Kappa sorority last evening at first reformed Church. With her Are for mrs. George Moody vice president of District 3, and outgoing president mrs. C. R. Overman. Staff photo by Mark Austin girl scouts discuss Camp the first presbyterian Church was the setting for the tuesday evening meeting of association Vii of the tar Heel triad girl scout Council. Mrs. William s. Fox. Chairman presided. The meeting opened with ? Flag ceremony which was conducted by three juniors from troop 601, Jamestown. The girls were Joni Chilton Dogma Snyder and Carol Johnson. Next on the Agenda was a panel of six girls who represented their troops in Camp promotion for the leaders present. They were Teresa Walton and Martha Matthews from senior troop 90 Betsy Linthicum from Cadette troop 115 Diane Ingram and Tammie sink from Junior troop 601, and Karen Fox from Junior troop 517. The girls told of the Camps they had attended what they were like what activities they participated in and what they Learned while there. The two senior girls also told their experiences As Camp helpers at the Keya wee Day Camp last year and How much they enjoyed teaching younger girls and learning a Little of being leaders. In an informal ceremony mrs. Fox presented a 20-year pin to mrs. Charlie i it Gan Leader of Junior troop 601, and a five year pin to mrs. Ronald l. Stanley co Leader of Cadette troop 115. The year pins signify their years of Active scouting. Mrs. Fox was then presented with a 10-year pin by miss Dorothy Gueth staff Field director for this area. During the business session the proposal changes in the bylaws were read and discussed. They were found to meet with everyone a approval. Expo 1972, the crafts exhibit held at Westchester mall during girl scout week in March was reported by mrs. Fox color pictures of the 30 exhibits were passed around for All 40 to see. Comments were requested from the leaders in order to improve the display for next year. It was suggested that in addition to crafts and arts works that troops work on displays on topics such As ecology conservation Etc. Also it was suggested that letters be sent earlier to each troop in october As Well As the registration cards in january to give troops More time to prepare. Mrs. William l. Douglas co Leader of Junior troop 52 gave a report on a keep american Beautiful Day which was on april 29 she told of her troop s experience and recommended highly that there is an All out Effort to involve every troop next year. Keep american Beautiful Day will be an annual event on the last saturday in april when All scouts both boy and girl will be cleaning up litter nationwide. Comments on the Day were also made by mrs. Clyde Baxterjr. Leaders of Cadette troop 243 and by mrs. C. H Cross Leader of troop 692. All the leaders agreed that the Day was very successful in both litter collected and a fun time for the girls announcement of coming Doreen Mary Eachus weds Arthur Clifton Johnson or. Miss Doreen Mary Eachus laughter of Isaac Eachus of Rockwood term., and the late hrs. Eachus was wed to Arthur Clifton Johnson jr., in of mrs. A. C. Johnson of 102 Lindsay ave., and the late or. Johnson yesterday at Forest Hills presbyterian Quot Hurch. The Rev. Charles r. Carter officiated at the 7 pm. Nuptials. Wedding musicians were mrs. J. M. Bowden. Pianist and mrs. C. R Carter soloist. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a gown of candlelight done Satin with Chantilly lace. She carried a bouquet of Ivory comb idiom orchids. Mrs. J. C. Antrim sister of the Bride from Powell Ohio was her attendant. She wore a mint Green done Satin gown with crocheted Venice lace Flowers she carried a bouquet of Maize comb idiom orchids. Best Man was r. H. Hicks Ushers were Raymond Wade and c. L. Paradice. The Bride is employed As director of Christian education Forest Hills presbyterian Church. The bridegroom is an insurance agent with Charlotte Liberty Mutual. The couple will reside at 2429 e. Lexington ave., High Point. The rehearsal dinner was held at Emerywood country club on tuesday evening by or. And mrs. J. C. Antrim and or. And mrs. W. E. Wyche officers installed by Pinewood club chapter night is featured events were made by mrs. Fox to be marked in every leaders Calendar i. The Binny and Smith arts and crafts workshop for leaders will be held at the immaculate heart of Mary school on aug 16-18. 2. Association Vii a Leader fun and learn weekend will be sept. 23-24 in the Shawnee unit at Camp Keya wee. 3 association vips Brownie rally Day will be held on sept. 30 in the dining Hall at Camp Keya wee 4. Association Al la a Cadette and senior weekend will be held on sept. 15-17 in the Alamo and Gypsy units of old Mill Camp 5. Association Vii a Junior rally Day will be on oct. 7 in the dining Hall of Camp Douglas Long. Requests were made for All leaders to talk with their troops and relay the girls request for program Content for the rally Days Cadette and senior w e k e n d s. Also program Content for future association meetings and training needs for the fall were items that requested to give thought to and pass along along ideas to mrs. Fox As soon As possible. Miss Gueth reported that summer badge workshops Are in the process of being planned and that troops will be notified As soon As the plans Are finalized. She stated that information should be gathered within two weeks it was decided to hold the association meetings on the second monday nights of the months of october. January March and May in the future. Cards will be mailed out to leaders who will in turn notify All registered adults working with their troop. Miss Gueth pointed out that while attendance of the association meetings is not Mando tory it is the place to go to learn new ideas skills and happenings in the area and is a place to share experiences with other leaders and to feel More a part of the girl scout organization. She reminded the leaders that since the new structural changes in the neighbourhood systems it is the Only meeting for leaders to get together aside from Council training events. The Academy of Friendship chapter night program was featured at the meeting of the women of the Moose chapter 961 held at the Moose Lodge on n. Main Street. How to earn the first degree and the ceremony through which the degree is conferred was the program topic. In explaining the reasons behind the Academy of Friendship mrs. Juanita Bodenhamer encouraged All co workers that have not already earned it to work for this important degree this year. She also announced that on sunday the annual state Academy of Friendship meeting will be held at the Wilmington Lodge. All eligible candidates from North Carolina should present themselves at this time to receive their degree in a formal ceremony. The slate of officers for the new chapter year beginning june 1972 was read by mrs. Wilma Payne. They Are Junior graduate Regent mrs. Payne senior Regent mrs. Ruth Carter Junior Regent mrs. Audrey Littleton chaplain mrs. William Fox recorder mrs. Calvin Tittsler and treasurer mrs. Nannie Minton. In the announcements of coming events mrs. Payne reminded members of the open House scheduled for May 9 at 8 p. In. In the new lounge. All Nancy Ghosn feted a miscellaneous bridal Shower was Given for miss Nancy Lee Ghosn at the Home of mrs. James Verfurth on tuesday evening. Guests were greeted by Carol Ann and Mary Margaret Verfurth and invited into the entertaining area. Cocktails were served preceding a Buffet dinner. Mrs. Frank Habig assisted in serving hours do oeuvres from a table covered with a cutwork Linen cloth. In the Center of the table was an arrangement of pastel Flowers and White candles in Silver holders. Dinner was served in the dining room from a table decorated in a Pink and Green color theme. Mrs James Wallace and Carol Verfurth poured Coffee the Bride elect received a Corsage of White Shasta daisies to complement her Navy Blue dress. The gift of the hostess in addition to the Corsage was a Fondue set. Special guests were mrs. A. J. Ghosn Mother of the Bride elect mrs. C. A Batchelor Mother of the prospective bridegroom and the Bride elects attendants. Misses Karen Congdon Patricia Ghosn and Audrey Congdon miss Ghosn will become the Bride of Charles Richard Batchelor on May 20 at immaculate heart of Mary Catholic Church. Members were urged to attend. Husbands and friends from the Lodge meeting Are invited to join the women after the adjournment of their 8 p. In. Meeting. All co workers were asked to attend the business session on May 15 to make the final decision on the officers of the new year. At this time during the evening members left As a group to go to Sechrest funeral Home to pay respects to Fred Byrd who was a member of the Lodge and whose widow is a member of the auxiliary. Upon returning to the Lodge the closing ceremony was held refreshments were served and a social hour followed. Women High Point Enterprise the world of Adelaide s editor Friday May 5, 1972. Section b at Jayc ettes sponsor Little league learn Archdale Trinity Jayc ettes will sponsor the a giants a a minor league team in the Little league Assn. For the summer season according to plans announced during a meeting on wednesday at Lakewood Golf course in Thomasville. The Jayc ettes will also Man the Concession stand for All latest minor league games at the Trinity Ball Field. The business session was conducted by mrs. Benny Lawrence president. Committee chairmen and members were thanked for their efforts in the Success of the Faycette West Central regional meeting held april 15. Welcomed into the membership was mrs. Linda Smith announcement was made of the Jaycee officer installation which is set saturday at the colonial motor inn. The members were invited for an evening of Golf followed by a picnic supper. Arrivals officers installed Darian Johnson or. And mrs. Charles Larry Johnson of 500 Ralph or. Announce the arrival of a son Darian Kyle on april 30 at the High Point Hospital Phillip Smith or. And mrs. Jackie Smith of 1314 Kentucky St. Announce the birth of a son. Phillip Alan who was born on May i at the local Hospital. Leigh Mccraw maj and mrs. Alan h Mcgraw of 4006 Helmont Lane Bowie md., announce the birth of their daughter. Leigh Anne who was born on april 24. At sorority meeting new officers were installed at the meeting of Pinewood Garden club wednesday evening at the Home of mrs. Walter k. Griffin 916 Parkwood Cir. The outgoing president mrs. H. T. Frazier jr., installed the following new officers mrs. W. K. Griffin president mrs. Paul h. Richardson vice president mrs Robert m. Simril Secretary and mrs. Roy Burchfield treasurer. During a business meeting plans were finalized for a family picnic to be held in june. Mrs. David Duncan displayed papier mache Relief Art that she had made. A Buffet dinner was served at the close of the meeting the women always keep a steady hand song festival featured the Amphitheater at City Lake was the setting for a girl scout song festival with la troops participating in the event each troop presented a song. A a skip Marsden of youth unlimited taught new songs led group singing and Sang several solos. Master of ceremonies was Ken Smith of a local radio station following the musical program mrs. Brad Harrison chairman of service unit 72, introduced miss Dot Gueth. New Field director of the tar Heel triad girl scout Council. The event concluded with a picnic supper for All the scouts. By Iris Hartman women s nows service Hannover West Germany was a Fraus and saturday film set at Library stones from around the world China Arabia and Canada Are on the schedule for the saturday morning children a show at the High Point Public Library beginning at 10 30 a. Rn., the film attractions will include a the fire Flower of yet sing Low a the Story of a Little chinese girl and a sneezing dragon a the four coins a an arabian tale of an old desert Wise Man his grandson and four Silver coins of Good and evil and a the great annual Bathtub a Zany annual event in Nanaimo British Columbia. A Short starting to read feature will introduce the program in the audio visual room. Fraulein have beaten the men at their own drinking game at the Luetje Lage the historic rathskeller of this lower Saxon capital. The Luette Lage from which the restaurant takes its name consists of a Small Glass of schnapps and a Small Glass of Beer both held in one hand and drunk s i in u 1-Taneously. Women placed one two our in the contest against three male champions at a party that ended the annual Fashing carnival season. A we always keep a steady hand to get our men Home safely after a party a explained Hedi Kleiner 28 fragrant jewelry pendants on thick chains dangling from the neck add a fashionable finishing touch to an outfit. Now you can Puy necklaces which give off delicate fragrances. Inside the Pendant there a solid perfume which can even be used for emergency touch ups mrs. Arthur c. Johnson or. Monieca Thompson honoured at Shower a miscellaneous bridal Shower honouring miss Monieca Thompson was held on tuesday evening at the Home of mrs. We. L. Brown at her w. Lexington Avenue ext. Home. Special guests attending the event were mrs. J. G. Green Mother of the bridegroom elect and mrs. Branson Kirkman sister of the Bride elect. Twenty guests attended. The game bridal Bingo was played and prizes of Ceramic pieces made by the hostess were awarded to the winners. Tile table was covered with an Empire lace Tablecloth entered with an arrangement of daisies Gladioli and Gypsophila flanked with a Crystal punch bowl. The Green and White Motif was used. Miss Thompson will wed Darryl James Green on May 20, at Vickery Chapel United methodist Church. Installation of officers for the coming year highlighted the meeting of Phi Alpha rho sorority on tuesday evening at the Home of mrs Charlotte Mckay. Members gathered in the dining room for the special ceremony. Kathy Seamon president conducted the ceremony at a table covered with a lace cloth and entered with an arrangement of White and yellow daisies flanked by candelabra containing White candles mrs. Lacy Hunter conducted the business session and extended a Welcome to Linda Garrett a guest. Mrs. Marty Adams ways and Means chairman announced that the chapter will sponsor a go fishing Booth for children at the Kmart on May 13. She stated that it will open about to a. In. Mrs. Charles Hodgin social chairman announced that plans were being made for an end of the year party to be held in May. Yearbook chairman mrs. Larry Pope distributed forms to be completed and turned in at the next meeting for the 1972-73 yearbook. A report on the founders Day banquet was Given by mrs. Erie Smith. The banquet was held at the Holiday inn four seasons in Greensboro on april 30. All members attended. New officers for the year were elected and awards were presented. Mrs. Kathy Seamon and mrs. Charles Hodgin were named girl of the year and pledge of the year respectively. Mrs. Hodgin scrapbook chairman reported that the Book will be completed by the next meeting. Mrs. Lacy Hunter advised that the pledge ritual for mrs. Larry Pope will be held on May 9 at 7 30 p. In. At the Home of mrs. Charlotte Mckay. Following the ritual an executive Board meeting will be held and All committees will meet and prepare their schedules to be presented for the 1972-73 yearbook. The next meeting will take place at the Home of mrs. Alice Bosworth at 905 Worth St. On May 16. All members were asked to be there at 7 p. In. For a cookout. A business meeting will follow. Loyalty Day chief of police Laurie Pritchett major Stewart Hartley and capt. George Leverett 1-r receive a plaque on the behalf of the High Point police dept from the auxiliary to vow Post 619. Representing the auxiliary is 1-r mrs. Graham Vaughn americanism chairman and mrs. Jean Observance Polson president. In her presentation mrs. Vaughn remarked that she knew of no butter Way to observe loyalty Day than to express appreciation to the High Point police department for their Loyal and devoted service to the Community in 1971-72

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