High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 10 1976, Page 15

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 10, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise sunday. October 10, 1070 by museum associates Benefit fashion show set District women s clubs to meet a a reflections lifestyles today a history tomorrow. Featuring Flag waving fashions a a Benefit for the n. C museum of history associates. Will be held oct. 27 at noon in North Ridge country club. Raleigh. The Benefit a fashion Salute by thalhimer. Is in Celebration of the charter membership year of the museum of history associates. The associates were formed a year ago to assist the museum of history with funds for acquisitions and to create a wider interest throughout the state for the museum its programs and the 22 historic Sites it assists. Under the leadership of mrs. Thomas w Steed or. Of Raleigh and a state wide Board of directors the membership has grown to Over 1600 from All parts of the state. Guest models for the associates will include mrs Jacob h. Froelich or. Of High Point mrs. Walter g. Taylor and mrs. Ray Cox of Greensboro and mrs. Frederick p Parker Iii mrs. Sherwood Smith and mrs Clifton g. Parker All of Raleigh invitations to the event have been mailed to All associates members the event will also be open to the Public according to mrs. H a. Underwood Iii and mrs. Lucius w. Pullen co chairmen for reservations May be made by calling the associates office at the museum of history 829-3894. Extension 6 among those helping mrs Pullen and mrs. Underwood with the planning Are members mrs. Charles f Merrill mrs John a. Remling and mrs a. C. Hattaway Iii. The show will feature fall and Holiday fashions. It will also reflect the purpose and goals of the museum. A this is a continuation of thalhimer salutes to cultural and Art groups who contribute so much to the Quality of life of North Carolina says mrs Audrey Hartzell fashion coordinator for North Carolina and producer of the show proceeds will be used for restoration of historic flags owned by the museum and for the reproduction of some of the flags for a travelling exhibit. Among the 230 flags of the collection Are those representing the revolution the civil War the spams american War. Korea and Vietnam. Most of the flags Are badly in need of repair which is extremely expensive. Helping to set the scenes for the a Flag waving fashions will be a Young singing group from Burlington known As the company shop tar Heel Junior historians the Benefit will pay tribute to the associates and will parallel the current exhibit at the museum "200 years of it will reflect the Many facets of the museum through a rear projected slide presentation these slides will set the scene for today a lifestyles reflected by the Many choices in fashion the program will emphasize that history is in the making today a that history has a living viable character. The significance of fashion today is that it reflects the Many moods and choices of the american people. These fashions will become part of the Memorabilia found in the museum of tomorrow to help describe what characterized 1976. The clothes which will be shown vibrate with All of the Best reflections of the 1976 season. The message will be one of revival of the classics the american love for the sport if life and the fantasy and dreams of dramatic evening clothes. Flag waving models will pay tribute to the Flag restoration project in the slim lined play it straight fashions. Awarding of door prizes will be another attraction of the show. Eligibility for these prizes will be based on a $1 contribution to the associates per entry. For the finest in latest fashion formal Wear come to the men s formal shop in our store. We have the Complete line of after six formals and accessories for Sale or rental. A Complete selection of All the Correct accessories of Complete your outfit. % menus Dirou. Modelling mrs. Jacob h. Froelich jr., wearing a Black knit restaurant dress with fringed shawl by Crissa. Will be one of several models at the Benefit fashion show planned by the n. C. Museum of history associates on oct 27 in Raleigh. Miss Sulger engaged to Douglas Pau or and mrs. John h Sulger of route 2 announce the engagement of their daughter Debra Lou. To Douglas Allen Paul son of or. And mrs. William c. Paul of 06 Liberty st., Walton. N y miss Sulger is a senior at unc a where she is majoring in Home economics she graduated from Ledford High school and Davidson county Community College or. Paul is employed by Floyd s Pike electrical contractor. In Winston Salem. He graduated from Walton Central High school and attended Toccoa Falls Bible College in Georgia and Delhi state University in new York. A late Spring wedding is planned at Abbott s Creek missionary Baptist Church. Wool plaid All tied up a real Sloppy look in this coat by mar Del with self tie Belt and interesting Yoke treatment. The Wool fabric is a brightly colourful plaid the Perky and Usefull Hood is a Welcome addition. Grey Only. Sires 6�?18. Caldas shop 666 Quot i v. Juju Street open monday saturday 9 30 a m. Free parking in rear 5 30 . 2 Tiai Burlington the annual fall meeting of District 7, n. C. Federation of women s clubs will be held oct. 19 at the first presbyterian Church Here speaking to the general session will be mrs. James Garden club plans socials future plans were discussed by members of the till and toil Garden gub at the meeting held with mrs George Callas. 122 Yorkshire rd., wednesday. A business meeting was conducted by mrs Harold Mcgee with a special Welcome for a new member mrs Jack Ridge. Social chairman mrs. Thayer Coggin announced the annual Christmas social will be held on dec. To plans Are being made for the silent auction of Craft items which has become a traditional part of the Bridge Canasta social. I the november meeting will be in the form of a workshop. Mrs Eva Dell Marsh presented a program on a part in demonstrating the use of patterns and materials necessary for making this form of Art an enjoyable inexpensive Hobby for one s own pleasure As Well As for gifts she also displayed plaques that she had made Dogwood club meets tuesday Dogwood Garden club will meet tuesday at to in the Fellowship Hall of Wesley memorial United methodist Church to hear mrs Chris Flora Nee of Greensboro. The meeting will take the place of the meeting originally scheduled. Flowers for All occasions High Point % loading floret Graci Flower shop Johnson no fwd president on a a we re All in this and mrs l. Murrie Lee no fwd third vice president and Junior director discussing a from the mrs. Johnson who is a member of the Thomasville woman s club and has served As president chairman of the Board of trustees and on several committees of that club has also served the state federation As District president chairman of the crafts division chairman of the Fine arts department and first vice president. Other activities include being a member of the n. C. Symphony Board the Hospital Guild and daughter of the american revolution. As a member of the n. C. Junior Korosis club of Wilmington mrs. Lee has served As treasurer second vice president and president of that club on the state level she was Home life chairman conservation chairman and assistant Junior director. In 1971 she was recognized As outstanding Young woman of America. Also on the program will be mrs. Harold Odenwald of Greensboro District Community improvement program chairman who will discuss new information on the program. The annual meeting will begin at 9 15 a m. With a Junior Buzz session directed by District Junior director Nancy Evans of Eden. At the luncheon which follows awards will be presented. They will include Community service award travel Gavel the Juanita Bryant citizenship award and the yearbook newsletter and scrapbook awards hosting the Day s activities will be the Burlington woman s club and the Burlington Junior woman s club off ez3e 31 to ii it really in t too Early to Christmas shop we would love to help you select your very first gift and our Beautiful Christmas wrap is free of course. Ame see e ctr i. Do a Laza store i Nurs to m-5 m . Fio to a aft High Point m Westchester Mau free and easy or warm and Quilty. Vanity fair Robe Sale for you Home free Robe a antron1 Iii Trico Poque Home free style plus Comfort in Onti cling Antron Iii Trico Poque tent shaped with trap unto stitched banding at neck and Raglan sleeves. Hidden step in zip front in seam pocket Tiffany Rose red balloon or azure. Is a i usually $18 $14 Home free Long Robe a Antron Iii Trico Poque Home free fashion s fresh new float shape that spells at Home ease. In anti cling Antron Iii Trico Poque with trap unto stitched bonding at neck and Raglan sleeves hidden step in zip front in seam pocket. Tiffany Rose red Ballon or azure is a l usually $23.sau $17 n Ull St i vanity fair the House worker quilted Antron Quot Iii Glissando the House worker or what to Wear when the heat s on Low. A heavenly Robe in vertically quilted Gli Sanda Nylon with anti cling Antron Iii fully Tricot lined with funnel neck in seam pocket and self Button front Jungle Jade powder puff. 8-16 usually $32.Sale $24 the Long House warmer quilted Antron Iii Gli Sanda or go floor length for an even longer warming trend in the same super Lustrous softness of vertically a quilted Gli Sanda Nylon with anti a cling Antron Iii. Funnel neck self Button front in seam pocket full Tricot lining. Azure Jungle Jade powder puff. 8-18 s usually $38. Sau $28 i

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