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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 10, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Fashion show and Bridge plans set latest styles mrs. Lynda Greene. Mrs. Jenny Heintze and mrs. Regina Howard 1-r Model outfits to be shown in the fashion show planned for thursday by St. Edwards Guild. Immaculate heart of Mary Catholic Church. Staff photos by Mark Austin mrs. Grayson Lamar president of the Pilot club of Arch Dale Trinity has announced that miss Elizabeth Brown of Des Moines. Iowa. President of Pilot International has been appointed to serve on the 1972 National and school awards jury of freedoms foundation miss Brown will be the ninth Pilot International officer to serve on this awards jury comprised of 30 or More state supreme court jurists and National and International presidents of patriotic veterans and service organizations. The jury will meet in Freedom Center. Valley forge pa., nov. 26-dec. 2 to evaluate Multi thousands of n o in i nations and select individuals organizations and schools throughout the United states to receive Cash awards and Honor medals for their efforts in bringing about a better Legal secretaries to sponsor seminar the High Point Legal secretaries Assn. Is sponsoring a one Day seminar on oct. 21. And extends a special invitation to All Legal secretaries to attend As Well As other secretaries and students who May aspire to become Legal secretaries. The Semina Quot will be held from 8 30 a in. Until approximately 2 p m. At High Point friends meeting. 800 Quaker Lane. The Agenda will be As clubs to work on Garden plot All Garden club members Are expected to go to the Council Garden plot on wednesday morning to work on the Iris Border. Work will begin at 9 o clock near the Hamilton Street Bridge. A Hoe and shovel will be needed to dig the Iris Divide the clumps and replant the rhizomes. The surplus rhizomes will be for Sale. Follows 8 30 a in a registration 9 am. A Welcome mrs. E a Bull chapter president 9 15 a m a personal injury Frank b Wyatt attorney to 15 a m a Coffee break 10 30 Powell of Davis Martin a associates inc. 11 30 a in amp delivery a mrs. Bely Campbell 12 30 and door a izes i there will be a fee for the seminar including Coffee break and luncheon served at the High Point friends meeting. Aii those panning to attend must mail their name address firm name and a Check to mrs. Wanda p. Haney Legal education chairman. 203-a Greenock or. High Point 27263. No later than oct. 16. Understanding of the american Way of life and preserving the ideals and heritage of Freedom. Pilot International is one of the five International classified service clubs for professional and executive business women. Its clubs throughout the United states have been Active in the program of freedoms foundation since the foundation was founded in 1949. Mrs. Lamar said Pilot International completely furnished the Sears and Hawks libraries in freedoms foundations first building at american Freedom Center and is the Holder of two George Washington Honor medal awards for its patriotic work. Many Pilot clubs and individual pilots have been awarded citations. Each year Pilot International sponsors Freedom leadership seminars for members of its Anchor clubs service organization for High school girls. The next seminar will be held in the american Freedom Center facilities at Valley forge. Oct. 12-15. Free a o in s foundation officials have arranged for seminar presentation and discussions led by outstanding Young adults who relate Well to Young people and Are Able to Quot dialogue a with them. Mrs. Mary Ruth Hauser of Miami fla., International president elect and mrs Almetta c. Brooks a former High Pointer. And the organization s executive administrator at the International Headquarters in Macon. A. Will represent Pilot International at this event. A fashions on Parade is the theme of the fashion show to be sponsored by St. Edwards Guild of immaculate heart of Mary Catholic Church on thursday at Jamestown town Hall. Following the fashion show a Benefit dessert Bridge will be held. Mrs. Melvin Kirsch is chairman of the event and is being assisted by mrs. Jack Howard and mrs. Charles Greene. Mrs. Thomas Ferguson and mrs. Dan Lynk have charge of ticket sales. For reservations interested persons May Call 883-9755. Other chairmen Are mrs. Jim Thompson publicity mrs. Ken Owen refreshments and mrs. Thomas Harmon table and door prizes. Serving As models for the fashion show Are mrs. Dale Morey mrs. Jack Howard. Mrs. Jim Thompson mrs. Thomas Ferguson mrs. Vernon von Drehle mrs. James Verfurth mrs. F. M. Homey mrs. James Errico mrs. Michael Richards and mrs. Westley Dickman. Rosa Ines will furnish the fashions to be modelled and included will be jackets and Coats in various lengths Slacks and Pant suits casual dresses and clothes for evening Wear. Shoes and accessories will also be from Rosa Ines. Mrs. Jenny Heintze of Rosa Ines will be coordinator for the show and also will comment on the fashions As they Are Esa International president appears on Dinah Shore show women women s editor High Point Enterprise the world of Adelaide Wendler. Tuesday october to 1972. 6-a annual meeting of Dac held at Lake Junaluska appointment to freedoms foundation i s announced mrs. Don Martin presided at the meeting of Alpha Psi chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International sorority held at the Home of mrs. Mike Byrd Oxford House apts. Mrs. Martin welcomed guests miss Janet Cox and mrs. Rose Ridge. She reported that mrs. Lois Printz. Esa International president had appeared on the Dinah Shore show with Danny Thomas and presented or. Thomas with a Check for a Quarter of a million dollars for St. Jude children a research Hospital in Memphis Tennessee. The Money was raised through a Cross country Bike ride sponsored by Esa during the past summer. Mrs. Martin announced that the Southeastern regional conference of Esa will meet nov. 3 and 4 at the Dempsey hotel in Macon ga., and members discussed plans to attend the meeting. Tiey also made plans to attend the North Carolina state Council leadership seminar to be held at Parkwood Church in Durham on oct. 14. P h i anthropic chairman mrs. Byrd reminded chapter members of a meeting on oct. 26 at which time halloween favors will be prepared for High Point kindergarten for the handicapped. She also asked those present to sign up for Volunteer work at the Kendall Center in Guilford county. Mrs. Martin read a letter from Beta rho chapter of Esa in Brevard concerning the Jack and Jill Day care Center for the handicapped. Alpha Psi members voted to Send a donation to Aid their sister chapter in supporting this Center which they have maintained for several years. Mrs. Jerry Fuqua issued invitations to members and guests to a Tea to Honor prospective members at her Home on oct. 15. Plans were announced for the october social. A Cook out to be held on of. 27. Mrs. Ted Huffstetler ways wednesday meeting set Beta Sigma chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa honorary society of women educators will meet at the k and w cafeteria on wednesday. Hostesses for the dinner meeting scheduled at 5 30 p m. Are mrs. Omar smile mrs. Jerry Tillman and mrs. I Donald c. Bowden. A founders Day program is planned. And Means chairman reported that proceeds received from a country store bake Sale on the preceding saturday would be sent to St. Jude a Hospital. The Southeastern regional conference of Esa has chosen to support this institution As one of its philanthropic projects. Mrs. Huffstetler also announced that pecans have been ordered for Sale by Alpha Psi members and that a housewares party will be held during the regular chapter business meeting in no vember proceeds from both of these sales will be used to support chapter philanthropic projects. Miss Shirley Dreyer urged members to attend a meeting on tuesday evening at which time Alpha Psi and Beta Upsilon chapters will make further plans for the North Carolina state Council of Esa convention to be held in High Point May 18, 19 and 20, 1973. Following the business meeting a special program was presented to acquaint the guests with Epsilon Sigma Alpha and the specific activities of Alpha Psi chapter. Miss Mary Stuart educational director reported that the charter was issued to the sorority in the state of Missouri on feb. La 1930, and that it became an International organization in 1948 when a chapter was formed in voor Burg Holland. She stated that the International p h i i a anthropic project of Esa is a said to the handicapped Quot but that the sorority encourages each local chapter to support its own charitable or civic enterprises. Through its philanthropic endeavours the sorority has become an instrument of service. On the local level mrs. Byrd told of support Given by Alpha Psi chapter to the High Point kindergarten for the handicapped and Kendall Center As Well As to selected charities within the City. Mrs. Huffstetler reviewed the ways and Means projects undertaken to raise the funds necessary for these projects. Mrs. Fuqua outlined the socials planned for the year several of which she announced would be attended by husbands of the members. The High Light of the social year will be a Quot woman of the year banquet to be held in May honouring the outstanding chapter member chosen by her Sisters. At the conclusion of the pro i Gram a dessert course was served by the hostess. The 24th state Assembly of the n. C. Society daughters of the american colonists held its annual two Day meeting at the Lambuth inn in Lake Junaluska. Presiding Over the business sessions was the state Regent miss Ethel Bailey of Asheville. The opening event of the Assembly was a candlelight supper held in the dining room of the inn. An unusual program relating to music of the colonial period was presented by mrs. Robert Allen of Greensboro. Mrs. Allen was attired in a colonial costume which was representative of the dress worn by the ladies in the Piedmont area at this time. In her commentary mrs. Allen related that had her dress been actually made in the late 1600�?Ts it would have been of Homespun material and coloured by a Dye made from leaves and berries. They had to Wear Plain serviceable clothes in their bitter fight against the wildernesses related mrs. Allen keynote speaker for a he banquet was mrs. Carl Walker Mcmurray of Winston Salem. Honorary National president of the National society Dac who was introduced by mrs. Robert Laurie Brinson National vice president. Mrs. Mcmurray recounted the steady Progress that has been made in the patriotic objectives of the society through work done by committees such As Flag of the Usa National awards National defense patriotic education rehabilitation and veterans administration hospitals committees. The historical objectives of the society have been advanced through work under committees such As colonial and genealogical records historic landmarks and memorials microfilm colonial heritage Berkeley Hundred thanksgiving Marker and Cape Henry commemoration committee. The advancement of the educational objectives of the a Nal and state couple entertains at dinner or. And mrs. L. C. Mccauley entertained 17 i guests on saturday evening at their Home on rotary drive with a Quot share the menu dinner followed by games. Highlight of the evening was Tony Dee s demonstration of cake decorating. The cake featuring clowns and Pink elephants was later awarded As a door prize to Eugene Woodward. Or. And mrs. Robert Kirk greeted guests upon their arrival. Mrs. Ralph Saunders presided Over the guest Register. Special guests included or. And mrs. Del Pierce or. And mrs. Kyle Woodward and the Rev. And mrs. Elbert Lilley the Rev. Or. Lilley min ister of North Side Church of Christ gave a devotional at the conclusion of the evening. Goodbye were said by the Host and hostess Park in lot or on Brood Street Ute first citizen s Back door now open 9 Iii 3 a Savu f l Huhn Jem Ehr a 136 South main St has been possible through scholarship programs the official Magazine. The colonial courier and through Public relations radio and to committees. Mrs. Mcmurray thanked the North Carolina society for their support during her term As National president helping to make possible the erection of a Marker at Berkeley Hundred. Virginia. This Marker was to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the first official thanksgiving Day in America authorized by ordinance of the Berkeley proprietors to be annually observed on the Day of the arrival of the settlers of the ship Quot Margaret Quot at Berkeley Hundred a. In december 1619. A special event of the Assembly was the breakfast meeting of the n. C. State officers club of the Dac. Presiding at this meeting was the president of the state officers club mrs. Robert Laurie Brinson. During the business session members voted to Honor the past president mrs. Preston b. Wilkes or. Of Charlotte with a monetary gift to the National Dac Headquarters in Washington. Mrs. James r. Fox of High Point was elected chairman at the nominating committee mrs. Ralph Ramsey or. Of Brevard conducted memorial services for the four departed members mrs. B a n j a in i n Wyche of Charlotte mrs. R. N. Barber of Waynesville mrs. Otho b. Waynesville and mrs. R. Battle Hardison of Wadesboro. Guests present were mrs. Stable Linn of Salisbury member of the Wachovia chapter and now state Regent elect and mrs. W. A. Parry honorary state Regent of Alaska. At the thursday morning session the business of the n. C. Society was conducted by the state Regent miss Bailey. At the conclusion of the business a memorial service for the deceased members of the state society was conducted by mrs. J. Woody Brinson state chaplain. Highlighting the two Day event was the unveiling and dedication of a Marker honouring Bishop Francis Asbury. The inscription of the Marker read Quot Bishop Francis Asbury 1745-1816. Considered a the father of american method ism 1771. Arrived in America in Calm in temperament courageous and untiring in Effort. This a Prophet of the Long Road was Foremost among american circuit riders and colonists. Erected by the North Carolina society daughters of the american colonists october 5. 1972.&Quot giving a historical sketch of Bishop Asbury was or. William k. Quick of Durham. Acceptance of the Marker was by w. Hugh Massie chairman of the Board of trustees of Lake Junaluska. Dedicatory prayer and Benediction was by the Rev. Joseph Lasley. President of the Western North Carolina commission o n archives and history. Music for the event was presented by the Tuscola High school band. Under the direction of or. James Crocker. Attending from High Point were mrs. Robert Laurie Brinson National vice president Southern Section mrs. James r. Fox Regent of the Virginia dare chapter mrs. R. Raymond peace. Mrs. Bruce h. Carraway. Mrs. Neal s. Stirewalt and mrs. Woody Brinson state Caplam. Anywhere casual dress Welcome Ell peddle Steak Shoub Tel. 883-2412 High port carpet cleaning the professional Vons it Rod a method Don t scrub the dirt grease and grit into your carpet our machine vacuums it out As it deep cleans the carpet. Approved by corp manufacturer reasonable rate one in two hours or lets Piedmont maintenance co. 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