High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 13 1974, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 13, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Class has Golden reunion Shelton mrs. Dalton presented High Point High schools Cass of 1924 held its Golden anniversary reunion at Emerywood country club Friday evening during the event class officers were directed to arrange a 55th-year reunion in 1979, and Lay plans for the 60th-year reunion in 1984. Suggestions had come from thinning ranks of other classes of the 20s to join reunions of several of them but nothing positive in that direction developed. Or. Henry Grady Owens and his Bride of february were principal guests of Honor among the dozen faculty members who were present. It was the consensus of the group that faculty members have weathered the intervening half Century better than their students. Miss Jessie Thompson 92-year-old matriarch of the High school faculty greeted her students As did the others Jack Boylan Gridiron coach now a Huntington w. Va., furniture manufacturer recounted difficulties of those football Days. Rufus Martin gave a detailed account of events involving class members across the 50 years. Other out of town faculty members included mrs. W d. Hampton the former Willie Choate of Charlotte or. And mrs. Charles Hazelhurst of Southern Pines Charles a. Brooks of Mystic Conn. Who travelled the farthest for the event and William d. Munyan of Mooresville. N. Y. Or. Munyan was recognized As the Grandfather with the most grandchildren. He has nine. Tern Duncan honoured miss Teri Duncan Bride elect of Tommy Ratledge was honoured Friday evening at a floating miscellaneous bridal Shower Given by mrs. Harvey Vuncannon mrs. Alan sink and mrs. Grayson Lamar. Guests were invited to the Fellowship Hall of Allen Jay Baptist Church upon her arrival miss Duncan was presented a comb idiom Orchid Corsage with Pink ribbon to complement her Pink and White dress refreshments were served from a table covered with a White cloth with lace inserts overlaid with Pink net. Other decorations were Pink tapers in Crystal holders and a miniature bridal couple. The hostesses added lingerie to the Honoreen Shower of sifts. Assisting in the serving were mrs. Sink and mrs. Lamar special guests included the Bride elect s Mother. Mrs Jerome Duncan her sister. Mrs Gene Marion of Plains. Texas the prospective bridegroom s Mother. Mrs. Hayden Ratledge the Honoreen aunt. Mrs. Carl Cox. And the honoree s Niece Deidra Walls. Miss Duncan and or. Ratledge will speak their wedding vows in a 3 . Ceremony on May 18 at Allen Jay Baptist Church monday 3 a after school care. Fourth Street 7 teenage drop in fourth Street 7 pm beginner yoga 7 a advanced yoga tuesday to a m a committee 12 30 p in. Luncheon 2 45 . 3 . A care fourth 6 . A party 6 30 7 30 . -7 30 . -7 30 a committed to Street president greets guests Holt Mcpherson left permanent president of the class of 1924, recalls the past with 1-r Louise Welch Gantt of Durham or. And mrs. Henry Grady Owens of Greenville s.c., and Aline Jones Owens of Norfolk a. Bonnets were provided for the feminine members of the class and presented to them when they arrived. I Hill Wint Enterprise Public affairs newcomers Kirkman Park after school Street pre teen Pool b and p club scuba karate Young women action fourth the world of women Adelaide Winder women s editor monday May 13. 1974. Page 6a Devoir Cater stresses water safety at meeting miss Devair Cater of the Owca presented a program at the May meeting of the High Point Jaycees. The meeting took place at the Jaycee office miss Cater stressed in her program on water safety and first Aid that the human body will float if a person does not panic and fight the water. Four Steps in aiding a person in danger of drowning pointed out by the speaker were reach out to the person with a pole Towel or an Arm or leg. Throw the person any buoyant object available Row out to the person and go out to Aid the person the most important part of the program was miss Cater s careful description of the proper procedure used in giving artificial respiration. Lie the victim on his Back with the head tilted backward. Clear the Mouth and Throat of any blockage. Cover the victim s Mouth and nose if a child with your Mouth and exhale into the child s lungs 20 times per minute until medical help arrives of the victim is adult cover his Mouth with your Mouth and Pinch the nostrils closed. The exhaling should be repeated 12 times per minute until medical help arrives the speaker explained miss Cater stated that remembering these very simple but very important facts might save a life. A after the program presentation mrs. George Pope read a devotional. Mrs. Mickey Shuskey introduced the three visiting miss Sullivan feted at bridal Shower Nancy e Sullivan Bride elect of Raymond Hubbard jr., was honoured at a miscellaneous bridal Shower on sunday afternoon at the Home of her aunt mrs. Charles h. Carmichael. Assisting in entertaining was mrs Richard Carmichael of Winston Salem a Cousin of the honoree. Neighbors and friends called from 2 30 to 5 30 . When the honoree arrived she was presented with a yellow Carnation Corsage. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a Madeira embroidered Linen cloth and entered with an arrangement of yellow mums and daisies interspersed with yellow snapdragons and Gypsophila. Flowers in the same colors were used throughout the Home. Among the guests were mrs. Roy Sullivan Mother of the honoree mrs. Evelyn Hassell her aunt and mrs. Raymond Hubbard Mother of the bridegroom elect. Miss Sullivan and or. Hubbard will marry on june 15 at Jamestown United methodist Church. Westchester Academy sets Spring frolics prospective members mrs. Andy Boyd. Mrs. Steve Googe and mrs. David Peoples mrs Bob Lee West Central coordinator reported on the clean up Campaign held May 4 at the state Jaycee Headquarters in Asheboro. Mrs. Steve Simmons and mrs. Barry Williamson thanked members for their help during the miss High Point pageant and the reception following. Mrs. David Stephens thanked ail Jayc ettes who helped her decorate for the Jaycee installation held last saturday. Mrs. George Pope thanked members who contributed time. Baked goods or handicrafts to the Spring Bazaar May 4 at Westchester mall. This is one of the group s largest projects and was deemed a great Success. The club voted to assist the Jaycees with a reception honouring miss High Point Susan Griffin on june 9. Mrs. Tommy Edwards is in charge of finalizing these plans. The door prize was won by mrs. Jack Howard and the mystery greeter prize was won by mrs. George Pope. Mrs. Larry Anderson announced that the next Faycette meeting will be held june 12 at the Golden b a restaurant. The next Board meeting will be held May 27 at mrs. Allen Thorburne a Home. The meeting concluded with a Surprise Shower for mrs. George Pope. Give program or. And mrs. Carl Shelton showed pictures and slides of a recent trip to Africa at the meeting of High Point Exchange the club on thursday evening. The meeting was held at the Shelton Home 815 e. Farms ave. Mrs. Shelton narrated As or. Shelton showed the films. She commented on the culture of the country and the Beauty of the scenery which included numerous pictures of the animals native to Africa. Mrs. Jim Blackwell reported on a visit to the Nat Greene Home in april. Plans for the auction and White elephant Sale to Benefit the youth services Bureau were discussed. Many members volunteered to assist at the event. It was announced that mrs. Lester Morgan will be hostess at the june 4 meeting. The hostess served a Sweet course at the close of the meeting. Social Calendar monday 2 . A women a group of . Meets in the commons room of St. Mary a episcopal Church. 7 30 . A members of the National Assn. Of letter carriers auxiliary meet with mrs. Charlie Morgan at route 5. 7 30 . A Diane Sherrill of Statesville is guest artist at the meeting of High Point hairdressers affiliate 59. Meeting at Southgate Beauty Salon. Tuesday 10 a in. A a program on the topic morning to remember highlights the Brooklet Garden club meeting in the Home of mrs r i. Quigley 1325 Robinhood re 11 a in. A installation of officers is held by members of the Wake Robin Garden club at a meeting in the Home of mrs. Billy Morris in Willow Creek la a m a Busy Bee Garden club members meet in the College Village shopping Center parking lot and go to Greensboro for lunch. Noon a Alexander Martin chapter Dar has a covered dish luncheon and installation of officers at a meeting with mrs. William Ragsdale in Jamestown 7 30 a in. A High Point Republican women meet with mrs Eula Clark. 1511 Pinehurst sinus sufferers or a i flood be toi Yon now Syna Cleat a con Inaxi it Lett and Union ? and door Al Natal Tutu co it it. On Quot hold ton Quot a Obi flirt up to t Bour i lit rom pain and a to vol conflation allo you lob Ain of by a to opt a Ottry at Ond funny not. You can buy Syna Char Ai Oil o Ufa without need for a pm in ply Xiv san faction go Oral a by not or. Try ii today Quot now o voila blog Provo cough syrup from Tho Syna Cliar people a Eckerdt a drugs Westchester Academy will hold its annual Spring frolics wednesday May 15, from 5 30 p a to 8 30 . At the school. The frolics will involve a play Day and picnic for parents faculty and students Competition will be held in relays races go fishing and Bingo. The athletic events include volleyball softball and basketball for parents and students. Drinks will be sold at the school while each family is asked to bring its own picnic dinner to be eaten on the grounds. A gymnastics show will be presented by the students in the gymnasium As the closing program. Use the new Cia custom Mark v Gem Olite Gem scope when choosing the Quality Diamond you re sure to Diamondi make a Gill of Loup wednesday 12 15 . A where forum 12 30 . A exercise 2 45 . A Johnson St. Preteen club school 3 . A after school care fourth Street Lester s Gia Cofoid it Micono jewellers 131 s. Mom St. Phone 885 7251 free 2-hour parking downtown now at Ashmore College a few Short months acquire and in you can develop skills and techniques of the modern woman to face the Glamour of the business world. Day evening classes now forming executive Secretary business administration accounting and computer concepts stenographic secretory or. Accounting key punch clerical Charm and poise improvement a modelling designing merchandising financial assistance available award in Washington d. Mrs. P. Hunter Dalton was in Washington ., yesterday where she was presented an award by the Dean of the diplomatic corps ambassador Guillermo Sevilla Sacasa of Nicaragua. The award presented at a reception at the Mayflower hotel in Washington d. C., was Given by the Assn. Of phillipine american women of Washington ., and the International affairs dept. Of the Washington Federation of woman s clubs an affiliate of the general federation of women a clubs of the . Mrs. Dalton was selected by those prestigious organizations for a her humanitarian act of raising $2,000 to Purchase Rice and Beans for the recent earthquake victims of Nicaragua. She also was cited for her Many years of service to her Community her state of North Carolina in leading and holding offices in civic and political party groups leading Campaign against alcoholism and most importantly. Her leadership and efforts for the presbytery of Orange presbytery in which she is the first woman elected to its highest office at one the Assn. Of pull Pine american women a membership is composed of wives of diplomats of both countries. Americans who served in the american embassy in the Phillip Ines and filipinos who served Here in the . At the phillipine embassy. Mrs. Isaac Block St Long time Friend of mrs. Dalton is the president of the association and the chairman of the International affairs dept of the d Federation of women s clubs. Project reports Given at at Faycette meet reports on recent projects were Given at the meeting of Archdale Trinity Jayc ettes. The group met at Lakewood Par 3 Golf course and played a round of Golf before the meeting. Mrs. Jimmy Stone conducted the business meeting and the invocation was Given by mrs. Carter sink. It was reported that the Jayc ettes will begin operation of the Concession stand at the Little league Field in Trinity on May 8. A report was Given by mrs. Paul key on the easter egg Hunt held on april 6. A discussion was held on ways to improve the annual event next year. Mrs. Jimmy Stone gave a schedule of events for the upcoming Jaycee state convention in Winston Salem May 23-26. Several members indicated that they will be attending with their husbands. A door prize was won by mrs. Paul key. It was announced that the group will meet again on june 5 at the 1-85 Steak House. Miss Jacobson feted at bridal luncheon mrs. Dalton Hoe amp Hope club names officers the Hoe and Hope Garden club of Forestdale North in Jamestown installed new officers at their meeting. Mrs. Fred Avett was hostess at her Home. Installed As officers for the coming year were president mrs. Stanley Shoemaker vice president mrs. T. B. Moring recording Secretary mrs. J. W. Adams treasurer mrs. Allan Phillips corresponding Secretary mrs. Ivan Lowry. Following the installation members attended the club s Flower show at the Home of mrs. Moring. First place winners in the show were mrs. Norman Anderson sweepstakes. Mrs. Robert Smith. Mrs. James Aldridge mrs. Harry Ayler and mrs. Stanley Shoemaker. Esther Risa Jacobson Bride elect of Norman a. Chem Olf was honoured at a luncheon thursday afternoon at the furniture club at the top of the Mart. Hostesses were mrs. Milton Silver and mrs. Edward Silver. Upon her arrival miss Jacobson was presented with a White Carnation Corsage. Corsages were also presented to the special guests mrs. Irvin Jacobson Mother of the Bride and mrs. Ben chem off. Mother of the bridegroom. Members of the families and close friends were included at the luncheon. The hostesses presented miss Jacobson with a Silver tray. Miss Jacobson and or. 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