High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 26 1972, Page 11

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Your family decorator leave logs in fireplace for the summer most people think when warm weather Rolls around that it is a must to remove the Winter logs from the fireplace leaving the opening Bare. Other people i know pull out All kinds of contraptions to disguise the fireplace during the summer. I have never understood Why people exert such efforts creating the fireplace Bazaar with wild looking and often very unattractive folding or footed screens. I believe that logs placed on shiny brass andirons look As Lovely in a fireplace during the summertime As they do during the Winter months. And who knows there May be some cold evenings during the summer when you want to Light a cozy fire. Nevertheless i do think that there Are ways to by Carleton Varney decorate a fireplace during the summer besides this plan of logs resting on andirons. If you must do something Why not fill the fireplace opening with pots of growing Green ferns planted in natural Clay pots. One of my friends used to place a Small h a n d s i z e electric fan behind t h e fireplace ferns to give a moving effect to the greenery. The Fern filled Hearth with its motorized fan was most effective even More so at night since a Small pinpoint spotlight was used at the Back of the Hearth its Light casting upward shadows and patterns created by the greens themselves. During the summer months ahead Why not decorate your fireplace with a Large White or decorated Pitcher filled with Rhododendron leaves for the colonial fireplace you might decorate the Hearth with a natural Wood butter tub filled with pots of flowering Pink geraniums. Or if you want a More sophisticated look paint the butter tub lacquer Black or lacquer red with Black trim and fill with English Ivy. If or. Updegrove honoured by Oes chapter members Edward g. Updegrove was honoured when members of High Point chapter no. 106, order of the Eastern Star met at the masonic Temple. Or. Updegrove was initiated into the High Point chapter on july 24, 1925, and is presently serving his eighth term As worthy Patron in the local chapter. Mrs. Elizabeth Nance who served with him As worthy Matron in 1936-37 and his wife. Mrs. Willie h. Updegrove who served with him As worthy Matron in 1945-46 were present and expressed their appreciation of his work. Mrs. Sue Dean Miller past Matron and the worthy Matron mrs. Polly m. Hurley praised or. Updegrove for his work and j. Paul Williamson past Patron made comments on his life in All masonic bodies. Hie worthy Matron dedicated her year Book to or. Updegrove and presented him with the first copy and a trophy engraved e g. Updegrove. Or. . 1972-73. During the meeting. Mrs. Hurley worthy Matron was elected to represent t h e chapter at the grand chapter session which will Convene in Charlotte on june 12-14. Guests for the meeting included mrs. Rebecca Brown grand Adah mrs. Rachel Ann Smith grand representative of Arkansas mrs. Faye m. Hilton grand representative of Minnesota Benjamine Ward District Deputy grand Patron of the 13th District mrs. Hope s. Chisolm worthy Patron of Thomasville chapter 171 and Otto Willett worthy Patron of Guilford chapter 141. Mrs. Chloe l. Phillips worthy grand Matron read a letter outlining the social functions of the grand chapter session a glow of Friendship banquet which will be held on june to the Secretary s breakfast on june 12, and the distinguished guest banquet on june 13 which will be held at the White House inn. Past officers club of the local chapter will meet at Astor dowdy towers on monday at 6 30 . For a covered dish supper. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting by mrs. Zula Gordon mrs. Roxie Mitchell mrs. Florence Klug and mrs. Louise Jacobs. You fill the fireplace with natural greenery daily or perhaps every other Day remove the plants from their closed in position and place them on a sunny window Sill so that they will survive. Star family decorator a we Are finally getting around to decorating our dining room. The Only piece of furniture in it now is a round dining table painted White. What would you suggest for chairs i would like to use a Blue color mrs. W. B. Dear mrs. W. A by All Means use Blue paint the Walls and ceiling a Rich sky Blue and the trim White. Lay a grass Green carpet on the floor. Hang draperies of a Modem Floral design of grass Green mandarin Orange and sky Blue under grass Green valances lined in sky Blue. For the dining table buy White lacquered Fretwork chairs and cover the chair seats in the print to match draperies. And for added interest hang White Wicker baskets filled with hanging fresh greenery from the ceiling. The baskets can be Hung on Industrial link Chain painted White. Dear family decorator a i am planning on redecorating my Kitchen and wish to use a red White and Blue color scheme. We have dark stained cabinets and White counter tops and appliances. The floor is also a White tile. I will re upholster the seats of my dining chairs mrs. T. E. Doer mrs. T. I for a Lively Kitchen paint the Walls a deep Royal Blue lacquer and All trim a shiny White lacquer. The paint should be washable. Cover the ceiling with a Vinyl Wall covering of alternating red White and Blue stripes. Buy Matching striped material to use on the seats of the dining chairs. For curtains i suggest a red and White flowered print Hung on Confederate Blue rings. Kitchen drawer and Cabinet pulls can be White porcelain. You might also consider some Pewter accessories. Or. Varney welcomes mail from readers but cannot give a personal reply. He will answer the most interesting questions from readers in his column. High Point Enterprise Friday May 26, 1972 a carpet cleaning a Only with steam Way is carpet thoroughly cleaned a you actually see the dirt under pressure extracted from your carpet1 phone 883-2154 touch of Beauty 70? Monthey ave want ads bring results or. Corder Speaks at annual banquet the the out the Xura enclose the plants completely with net q. Suggest a Way to keep Birds from eating my strawberries. Mrs. B w., Wendell a. Enclose the plants completely with netting or similar material. Scaring devices Are Seldom practical especially for Small Garden plots. Joe Brooks Extension Horticulturist _ Buffet set for saturday members of the ladies auxiliary of the Horne town Volunteer fire department will hold a Buffet dinner on saturday at 5 . At the fire station. Proceeds from the dinner will go to the station. Q. The leaves on my Broccoli which i transplanted to the Garden have turned purplish red. What causes this e. Of a a Durham a. Probably a Lack of phosphorous. It is always Best to have your soil tested and then follow the recommendations. However average soils require about 8 to to pints of 8-8-8 fertilizer or the equivalent per too feet of Row. Cold temperatures can restrict the Uptake of phosphorous. If you applied a Complete fertilizer before planting your Broccoli should turn Green As soon As the weather becomes warmer. If you did to Side dress As soon As possible. Albert a. Banadyga Extension Horticulturist Friday 5 . A swim team 7 30 . A a family plunge 7 30 . A duplicate 7 30 . A Square dance saturday 8 . A skin diving 9 a in. A swim team i . A plunge Darrell Corder executive director of the Myca in Thomasville was the guest speaker at the annual senior banquet of the Anchor club of Trinity senior High school which was held at Brynwood restaurant on tuesday evening. The banquet honoured graduating members of club. Miss Diane Campbell going president gave invocation. Following dinner guests who included 13 members of the Pilot club of Archdale Trinity sponsor of the Anchor club and miss Cindy Lamar of Trinity were welcomed by miss Barbara Talley student teacher at Trinity High school. Mrs. J. C. Wall president of the Pilot club installed incoming president miss Harveta Leonard and vice president miss Vena Dixon. The award for the outstanding member of the club was presented to miss Leonard by mrs. Ramona Michael faculty advisor to the Anchor club. Originated by mrs. Barbara Brown first faculty advisor to the Anchor club this award is passed on Guilford optical co. A free parking Quot a enter from main St. Next to building 654 Telephone North main 885-2647 serving this Orea since 1947. Large selection of latest fashions in frames let us fill your next prescription for glasses. Four registered opticians to serve you Jack Southerland Hoyt Wilson Aubrey Bowman Garland Pugh each year to the most worthy member. Mrs. Dallas Younts patriotic emblems chairman of the Pilot club presented two awards which the Pilot club gives annually to members of the Anchor club. Miss Diane Campbell received the outstanding citizen award and miss Leonard received the patriotic essay contest award. The club colors of Green and Gold were used in the table decorations. The program was ended with the Reading of the Anchor club Creed. High Post i Only a to 5#r�c# Cor woth twin Oaks car Wash 2013 n. Moin Strati a Faimon Stoms makes sure that both halves of your bathing suit fit you know what to to like. Ii the top of your two piece bathing suit fits the Bottom half does t and vice Verso. Now you con switch tops and Bottoms and get away with it. Because now there a swim bali.�. You buy o swim Bolt a suit in two separate pieces. A top that fits you. And a Bottom that fits you. First Moke up your mind which of two luscious prints really turns you on. Ther choose the top in your Bra size and get that famous Boh fit. Now pick the Bottom in your hip size from two different styles depending on How daring you want to be. That s Oil there is to it. A bathing suit that looks Ond feels like it was made just for you. Bright Floral print sketched in Bro sizes 32-36, b to do cups 15 of Bikini pants in so Lio of. Now shown. Boy leg Brief in so a 11.00. I

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