High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 5 1974, Page 85

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 5, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Club members give varied program for homemakers High Point Enterprise sunday May 5, 1974 21e midweek Extension homemakers heard two topics discussed during their meeting wednesday morning with mrs. Glenn Brown on Woodrow Avenue. Mrs. . Chamblee gave clues on How to spot the Flim Flam artist and mrs. Herman Fulk gave pointers on planning for retirement. Mrs. Chamblee said the Flim Flam artist can be spotted in one of these three ways a if the product he offers guarantees a secret remedy a if the product sponsor does not verify the miraculous claims and a if the Salesman caters mainly to elder citizens. Mrs. Chamblee explained that senior citizens Are easy targets for this Type of Salesman because they Lack education have less financial resources and Are lonely and depressed a eager to make new friends. In conclusion the speaker suggested persons May avoid being Gyp Ped by shopping carefully before buying taking complaints to the seller reporting deception to local organizations concerned with better business standards writing facts concerning the suspicious proposition to the Federal Trade commission and reporting false Donna Hines feted Donna Gail Hines Bride elect of William Cary Clements of Monroe was honoured saturday evening at a floating bridal Shower Given by her aunts mrs. Frances Stroud and mrs. James Lambeth. Approximately 25 guests called at the Lambeth Home on e Fairfield Road Bette tie hours of 7 and 9 of clock. Upon her arrival the honoree was presented a Corsage of White daisies by her grandmother. Mrs. Bessie Hines. The hostesses added electrical appliances to the Shower of gifts refreshments were served from a table covered with a White Linen cloth bordered with lace. At the Center was an arrangement of mixed yellow Spring Flowers flanked by yellow tapers in Silver holders. The gift table was entered with a miniature bridal couple. Special guests included mrs Floyd r. Hines of Hickory Mother of the honoree mrs. William w. Clements of Monroe Mother of the prospective bridegroom and mrs. Delmar Byerly and mrs. Hines grandmothers of the Bride elect. Miss Hines and or. Clements will be married May 26 at Conard memorial Baptist Church. Miss Hines is a former resident of High Point but she resides now in Salisbury where she is a senior at Catawba College. Advertising to the Media carrying it. Mrs. Herman Fulk covered three areas to consider in planning for retirement. The first she said is financial Security. Make a spending plan for the present and future a keeping in mind values and goals. The second she listed is Good health. She urged members to begin with a Complete physical examination. The secret of happiness and longevity in retirement she continued is to keep Active mentally and physically. Throughout life helping others can bring deep satisfaction she said. Mrs. Fulk noted that retirement affords More time and the Opportunity to make Many real contributions to society by doing Volunteer work for different organizations. She said the spare time May also be spent for hobbies such As painting music ceramics collecting and photography. The third area of consideration she said is place of residence. The speaker concluded that a Strong Faith in god is one of the Best protections against the storms of life in later years. Co hostess for the meeting was mrs. Lucy b. Russell. Mrs. Gordon Weathers conducted a Short business session. It was announced that the american Assn. Of retired persons is sponsoring a bus trip to Raleigh on May 30 and a tour of the governors mansion. At wit s end it s a contest that boasts losers by Erma Bombeck today at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in new York City a woman will be honoured As Mother of the year. If tradition prevails she will be a gentle faced White haired lady who has borne five or six children who have All reached some degree of Success. One i remember delivered three doctors a nun and a symphony conductor if it is any Consolation it is a contest that boasts More losers than any other Competition in the world. Some of you today May be asking yourself a Why not me where did i fail As a Mother a to soften the Hurt. I offer up this column to the Mother of the year losers. You knew you blew it when you found three dozen diapers in pre soak and your baby is Church activities Christ methodist monday a to . The Young at heart club will meet at the Church for a covered dish lunch. Tuesday a 7 . The Fellowship group 9 will meet with miss Viola Brigman of 307 Lindsay St. Green Street Baptist the Nora Van Hook class of Green Street Baptist Church will meet on tuesday in the Church parlor of the educational building. Mrs. Mabel Moore and Rema Yates will be hostesses at the 7 30 . Shes 105 a West German student Luise Malyzki in Bonn played truant from school regularly but no one tried to warm her parents until All school attendance records were put through a computer. No problem. Luise is 105 years old. The name is registered the design is patented twin bands of solid 14 Karat Gold to recall her wedding Day. With a Lustrous synthetic Stone of the month to Mark the birthday of each of her children. Wwtt/7/i Call 885-2251 131 South main free 2-hour parking downtown Quot member downtown merchant for Progress class valedictorian. You scolded your son for getting a d in tragedies of Shakespeare and he grabbed the report card and said a i did t know i was taking your cleaning lady came out of your songs bedroom and said a that room does no to need bleach it needs an you volunteered to take the third Grade to a ballgame and lost three of them in the school hallway in route to the car. You applied for a part time Job in a department store and listed your status As you were the first woman in your Block to open a a a charge at Jack in the Box. You went to an open House at school and gave your right name. You wore White socks in Public. You took your son to the emergency Ward and remember his age. You were the Only Mother who made your son Wear boots on a Rainy Day. You received a rain Bonnet from your 17-year-old for Mother s Day that was stamped a complimentary citizens your family saw a three layer cake i a inches High cracked Down the Middle and held together with toothpicks and inquired a whose birthday is it a you a a achievers wants to be a tax deduction when he grows up. When you try to write your acceptance speech for Mother of the year and someone has used up All the dust for phone numbers. Try harder next year. Her electric 2-Way Shaver ms97 6.97 pm Days a Micro twin Quot shaving head one Side for legs the other for underarms charge it. Her special pendants laundry hamper 25% si44 off Foj 2 Day Sterling Silver and Sterling Gold 0 tone Pendant. Cut stones and ?4&Quot,2 of a 11�?T simulated pearls Reg. 1088 2 Days 26 a x2 i x i i Quot family size hamper Vinyl covering cushioned id. Shiny Kro mex Beautiful hostess gifts decor pillows 77 %33 3 Reg. 5.47 _ each Chrome plated steel hostess trays. Assortment also includes aluminium cake cover. Reg. 3.33 _ each Cotton Rayon Plush velvet Kapok tilled pillows in Many styles and colors save. Expandable photo album 27 Reg 2 67 2 album for All size photos. Refillable plastic see thru pages. Negative storage file. Co pvt a hot a it Jbv s % k i see company ask Mac squid of Wax Hooi to on 5-Gauon Gas can 3 97 Chargi it i men s no Iron dress shirts Reg. 4 96 3 44 2 Days handsome easy care shirts of wrinkle resistant polyester Cotton. Short sleeves. Children a records 1.97 kiddies favorite tales. 45 rpm gives hours of fun for the Little ones Reg. 44 men s 6-in. Work boots 1611 Reg. 9.97 2 Days is and Heel cushioned insole. Heavy a Fae Vinyl work Boot with pm Oil resistant sole la a High Point Asp Chrnart 2300 North main St. No imm at Eastchester amp i i

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