High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 17 1974, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 17, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Convention delegates Legal secretaries of High Point left today to attend the annual convention of the . Assn. Of Legal secretaries at the great smokes Hilton in Asheville. They include left to right seated Vickie Creasy and mrs. William d. Robertson or. Standing mrs. Jerry Robbins mrs. Howard Bradner and mrs. Mabel Whitley. Also attending will be Wanda Haney Ruth Casey Ruth Hill Evelyn Teague Jennie Ramseur and Elva Bull. Stott photo by Modi autum mrs. Froelich elected vice president of chs Charlotte mrs. J. H. Froelich or. Of High Point has been elected vice president of the children a Home society of North Carolina and will serve for the forthcoming years term of office As president elect. Mrs. Henry dowdy of High Point was elected at the society a annual meeting to the Board of directors for a three year term. The society a annual meeting in Charlotte focused on a people who help people and featured adoptive families and Community volunteers. Among the 225 persons from throughout the state who attended the program were a number of adopted children ranging from infancy through teen age. During the business session chaired by outgoing president mrs. G. Allen Mebane of High Point the membership elected Walker newcomers club Tours Model farm House newcomers club members toured the Model farm House owned by the Alderman co. At their May meeting. It was noted that each room in the Home is decorated in the style of a different period Between 1650 and 1925. The Home has been decorated by the Alderman co. For Sherwin Williams. Mrs. Erik Scheer conducted the business session held following a luncheon at the Owca she announced that the newcomers annual picnic will be held aug. 17 at the Home of or. And mrs. George Urwick or. She asked for volunteers to assist in planning for the event. Mrs. James Sharrard announced that a Coffee for new and prospective members will be held july 26. At the Coffee for new members in april 17 guests attended. Special interest groups organized earlier in the year Are functioning Well and Are open to new members according to mrs. Jack Bell special interests chairman. Mrs. Thomas Foss announced that tickets Are on Sale for the International food seminar to be held this fall to Benefit the Owca world Mutual service committee. Mrs. James Brown won the door prize for May. Guests at the meeting were mrs. Gene Johnson Wilmington mrs. Terry Fisher Albemarle mrs. Gary Robinson Cleveland Ohio mrs. James Jarvis Sierra Madre Ca. Mrs. Patrick Kennedy Connecticut mrs. Kerry Miller Owasso i. And mrs. David screws Atlanta a. Sam Shugart Speaks to local educators Sam Shugart director of the division of Public affairs with the state dept of Public instruction addressed members of the High Point unit of the Assn. Of childhood education International when they met thursday evening at the string and splinter club. The speaker discussed the needs of education in the state. Chiffon comeback if you have missed the feeling of soft flowing Chiffon against your skin you la be Happy to hear of its return a not Only for evening but Chiffon Jersey for daytime. Great look when you feel like splurging. Members and guests educators in the High Point City schools included Edith Martin president la Verne Hendrix first vice president Jackie Garner second vice president Gilda Scott Secretary Mary Lingerfelt treasurer Katy Bobb publicity and Paul Bobb or. And mrs. Lloyd Thayer Gwendolyn Doggett june Norfleet Syrena Hudson or. And mrs. Mike current or. And mrs. Charles Neill or. And mrs. D. P. Whitley or. And or. And mrs. James Surratt. The Ace is an International organization dedicated to the needs education and welfare of children. Friends women hold Mother daughter event at Springfield High Point Enterprise United society of friends women held their Mother daughter banquet wednesday evening in the Fellowship Hall of Springfield friends meeting House. Madge Richardson was honoured by the group with the presentation of a life membership in the society. In presenting the award Pat Brower cited the honoree s contributions to the Community and the meeting stating that she a took a room full of books and made them into the Springfield is. Richardson served Many years As librarian and taught in the primary department of the sunday school. Peggie Baxter served As Toast mistress and recognized the following past recipients of life membership awards Sara Haworth Dovie Hayworth Velna Johnson Edith Mattocks. Avis Rees and Gertrude Tolbert. Mrs. Lucy Hunsucker Mother of 13 children was presented a bouquet in Honor of beings the Mother with the most children. Laurie Elaine Rees 20-Day-old daughter of or. And mrs. Bob Rees was the youngest daughter present. Entertainment for the evening was provided by Eldora Terrell and her daughters Sara Beth and Jane with Susan Gray Haworth. They presented a musical tribute to and response from mothers. Mrs. Terrell accompanied herself on the guitar As she Sang a where Are you going a mrs. Evelyn Snyder of Thomasville a minister in the Western North Carolina methodist conference discussed with the group ways to become loved and Lovely. She stated that both originate from within the woman. Invocation was delivered by Gertrude Tolbert and Dovie Hayworth led the Benediction. F5% "50% off blouses tops dresses handbags Slacks jeans Quot the place Quot 113 n main St phone 883-2812 60 Day Lay a Way next Tate phone company Rucker president mrs. James g. Whitton Secretary mrs. E. A. Bescherer treasurer and Jere Ayers assistant treasurer All from Greensboro. Elected with mrs. Dowdy to the society a Board of directors were the following or. Jean Brooks Edward Crothers mrs. John j. Mclver. Or. S. Dubose All of Greensboro mrs. John Burney Wilmington Bruce Deschamps Wilmington or. John r. Crawford Iii Salisbury mrs. William b. Friday jr., mrs. Blyden Jackson Chapel Hill Harold Hornaday Concord Howard Haworth Morganton or. Alexander Maitland Asheville and e. J. Synder jr., Albemarle. Esther Jacobson entertained miss Esther Risa Jacobson Bride elect of Norman Chernoff was complimented tuesday evening at a Kitchen Shower Given by mrs. Irvin lilies mrs. Morris Cohen mrs. Edwin Weininger and mrs. Ben Krauss. Approximately 40 guests attended the event. Upon her arrival miss Jacobson was presented a Corsage of daisies and Shower novelties. Later the hostesses added a cutlery set and individual gifts to the Shower of gifts. Refreshments were served from a table covered with White lace cloth Over a yellow entered with White Bells and daisies. Special guests were mrs. Irvin Jacobson Mother of the Bride elect mrs. Ben Chernoff Mother of the bridegroom elect and mrs. Israel Bloom aunt of the honoree. Miss Jacobson and or. Chernoff will be married june 16 at the by Nai Israel synagogue. Brooklet club observes birthday at Quigley Home the 18th birthday of Brooklet Garden club was celebrated tuesday morning when members met with mrs. R. I. Quigley on Robin Hood Road. Mrs. Neal Lancaster was associate hostess. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a White and Gold cloth featuring mixed Floral Centrepiece and Silver serving pieces. Mrs. Lancaster presided at the meeting and welcomed a new member mrs. Harry Hauser. The devotional was Given by mrs. Quigley. Mrs. Carson Stout detailed plans for developing the clubs new Garden plot and assigned work to the members for next week. She also reported on a landscape course she recently attended in Greensboro and urged members to attend future courses. Mrs. Lancaster reported that the House and Garden tour held May 2 was a huge Success during installation of officers she challenged members to even greater accomplishment and then gave a preview of the new year discussing programs and events planned. Mrs. Glenn Cole program chairman presented a use the new Gia custom Mark v Gem Olite Gem scope when choosing the Quality Diamond you re sure to want. Diamonds Moi a Gilt of love come in Gia Gem Olite Gem scope Lester s jewellers 131 s. Mom St. Phone 885 2251 free 2-hour parking downtown j 31 on saturday Eda Yonly 15% off entire Stock summer shoes amp Sand excellent selection of sizes and styles pm Ijeh and company women Llie world of Adelaide women s editor. Friday May 17,1974page 6a Sharon Meredith honoured at miscellaneous Shower miss Sharon Meredith Bride elect of Richard Mcabee was honoured tuesday evening at a miscellaneous bridal Shower Given by the brides aunt mrs. Johnny Vuncannon and the brides Cousin mrs. Deborah Simmons in the Home of mrs. Vuncannon. Upon her arrival miss Meredith was presented with a yellow Daisy Corsage. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a White organza cloth and entered with an arrangement of yellow daisies. The hostesses added bathroom accessories to the Shower of gifts. Assisting in serving were mrs. Christy Barbry and mrs. Jerry Simmons. Special guests included the Bride elects Mother mrs. Walter Meredith the prospective bridegrooms Mother mrs. James Mcabee and the Honoreen grandmother mrs. Leslie Edwards. Miss Meredith and or. Mcabee will speak their wedding vows in a 3 p. In. Ceremony on june 8 at Brentwood Baptist Church. Williams Flowers Quality Flowers professional Servici 2013 Inrush to. A Call 142-411 Ltd program on a a morning to she noted that the first meeting was held with mrs. Quigley on april to 1956, with seventeen charter members. On the 18th birthday there Are eighteen Active members a tribute was paid to two deceased charter members mrs. 0. W. Thomas and mrs. C. V. Shankle. Minutes of the first meeting of the club originally named the dried a arrangements club were read by mrs. Floyd Lewis. She also read a paragraph from the May 1967 minutes when the name was changed to the Brooklet Garden club. Mrs. Robert Hendrix read minutes of the tenth birthday meeting of the club which was held in her Home and mrs. Charles peace read a resume of the clubs activities during the ten year Span from 1956 to 1966. This was prepared and presented at the tenth birthday meeting. Members reminisced about activities in the clubs history and looked at past yearbooks displayed by mrs. T. D. Hedrick and scrapbooks of the Garden club. Charter members attending were mrs. Quigley mrs. Hedrick mrs. Leslie Andrews and mrs. Peace. 117-4 your Happy shopping store your cont Moray shop downtown and a St chef to a summer knit by . 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