High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 20 1974, Page 117

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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1974, High Point, North Carolina We High Point Enterprise sunday october 20 1974 by chair City students inflation fighting Steps proposed thu Casville Ever mindful of the nearing of Christmas season and of our country economics she has announced its proposal of How to shop for Christmas presents and solve inflation in four easy Steps step or proposal no 1 buy a poster senior highs student Council took orders for Thomasville bulldogs no state unc Duke Wake Forest state Grambling Virginia and other state University posters for each last week these Are guaranteed to make Superb presents step no 2 join the newly formed Fine arts and crafts club under the supervision of mrs Camillia Ferguson Art teacher at senior High members will learn How to use their own creativity and Good old knowhow to make unique and Beautiful gifts and no dues step no 3 see Tom wat or rather see a member of the Fra who is Selling Tom wat what is Tom wat this is a selection of different items varying from scented Crayon candles to Plant hangers place your orders today with a Tsas future Secretary step no 4 Well this one May be rather late for any one who missed it but yesterdays rummage Sale held by the nil National forensic provided a great Way of buying really interesting and useful things for anyone whether it be themselves or someone on their Santa list one Junior has instilled Hope in the rest of the school for her class in the recently held Magazine sales Wanda Rogers made a Point of turn ing in her putting the juniors sales Over the Mark Wanda will be undergoing open heart surgery at Baptist Hospital in Winston Salem thank you Wanda for your concern and help and Well be pulling for you to come through with flying colors Jamie Jackson High Salesman in the drive with won a Black and White color portable to for his first place efforts in addition to this he previously won 25 Silver dollars Andrews club chartered last week in inc the club was chartered Asa Active club at Andrews the president Jimmy Gar Vin Constitution to for approval after Fiat the members of inc voted the club in As a also decided that some clubs sponsor and participate in the Jaycees Bike Marathon miss Eaglin began to test the people who Are in being on the Hiis bowl team this Spring these tests were to see How much the students know about different subjects the next meeting will be held this thursday anyone who is interested is urged to attend the nil left thursday for new York for a debating tournament they will be Back today we Hope they were victorious the drama club has been working very hard on their play the committees have been formed and hopefully they will soon get to work1 on props publicity programs and Many other things which Are important to put on a play fat and deca Are Mak ing Progress on their rooms at haunted House the rooms have to be finished by tomorrow the new student teachers have arrived at Andrews this week next week this column will Deal with the views attitudes and ideas of the student teachers this week the Crosstown rival football game will be played at the new stadium at the halftime show the official dedication of the stadium will be held the two High school bands will play As one mass band everyone is urged to at tend this important game there will be a dance after Andrews Thomas Delaine Jan Huffman placed second with and won a tape recorder Brenda Millers Wori third place and brought her a tape player congratulations Junior Civitano Are on the Ball at Tsas led by Mike Wiggin Joe Dorety vice Sara Robbins Secretary and John h Brinkley the club will hold its installation of officers and new members oct 22 or Otis Myers is advisor for the Junior Civitano possible club projects in clude a car Wash the debaters when they Haven been Busy with rum Mage sales have kept Busy on the debate tournament circuit recently at Bunker Hill High school in Claremont no the debaters under the skillful coaching of mrs Susie Brown won several honors Ruth Wheeler and Lisa Lookabill placed second in Cross examination while Lisa also won second place speaker Julia Dedmond and Tsas 8 by Beth Cran Plyler posted a 41 record tying for first place in negative Novice debate but due to speaker Points placed second Beth Paris won second place in dramatic interpretation Jane Gilliam and Julia Myers posted a 32 record in Novice affirmative debate at a Small tournament of area High schools held at High Point Andrews Beth Paris won second place Tammy Corne also placed seventh in the dramatic interpretations Only meet the game for Andrews students Only the Cost will be 75 cents in Advance and at the door toil precedes Central gala of All the festivities sur rounding centrals Homecoming most students say float building is the most fun each year school organizations participate in a Competition building outdoor displays a club starts the whole project at a planning meeting floats must illustrate a Central Homecoming theme and relate to school spirit this years theme was Biso night at the movies members argue for hours deciding on an original idea and construction plan the final ideas Are As varied As the clubs themselves this years movie themes ranged from Camelot the to the dirty dozen pm two weeks before the Long awaited Day the real construction begins members make trips to local Star slumber Yards and cardboard manufacturers to beg for donations Many local merchants Are sex to fearnely generous and when donations Arent possible club members pitch in the Money after materials Are found her Newark goes neglected during the week while club members work into All hours of the night a typical Date Dur big this time is a Quick Sandwich and a night work ing on a favorite club float in the last week work becomes intense sometimes frantic teachers begin to notice students sleeping in class parents have to serve dinner at the night before floats must be ready the Pace becomes hectic floats Are usually built in a club members Back Yard Many neighbors and parents have to put up with hammering and sawing through the entire night notice Hunters we have several used travel trailers and fold out campers just right for Huitsing fishing and family fun too come by and take a look at these this week finally around 4 am the floats near completion club members collapse into sleep ing bags Only to get up at to begin transporting the whole float to the school grounds floats Are now constructed As stationary displays so that platforms huge paper and wooden figures and last minute building materials All must be carried or dragged to the school eight members of each club remain outside All Day to set up and finish their float these people work Hec tidally to Complete the Dis play before final most of them find toughest problem is staying awake until the float is finished final judging of the floats begins at 2 pm club members stand in front of their floats holding their breaths and praying the float wont collapse until the judges pass by the club receiving the first place award in float Competition this year was key club the following clubs also placed in the contest interact second place Junior class third place French club fourth place Spanish club and Junior Jaycees fifth place and key ettes and senior class honorable men Tion cheerleaders decorated a j Simeon stadium for the occasion and the marching band presented a halftime show of movie themes the Homecoming court was presented at an Assembly Friday afternoon and the Homecoming Queen was announced at the game Friday night Susan Koonce was named Homecoming Queen the maids Honor were Shelia Dockery Sylvia Wilkinson and Liz Voorhees other seniors on the court were Linda Mclean Molly Millis Joyce Miller Malinda Murray Cindy Osborne and Kelly Winzler attendants for the Junior by Lynn York class were Donella Carter Cynthia Parsons Kim Shaver and Michele Sloan just think Aramco serviced 27225 Plymouth automatic transmissions last year Aramco r transmission More proof nobody knows automatic transmission better prices in this and effective monday tuesday wednesday oct 21 t 21 in High Point Only items offered for Sale not avai1ake to other retail dealers wholesalers we where Economy originates 31st anniversary Sale Eureka packs Power in this compact cleaner powerful heavy duty Al Metal cleaner with built in Quality deluxe 6rpc tool set powerful yet no larger than a hat boat this Low budget Price smooth rolling wheels protective Vinyl bumpers Large disposable dust bag Quick release lid for easy bag changes 37 we service most foreign car automatic transmissions Toyota Volvo opel Dat Sun Rolls Royce Aramco automatic transmissions 1232 South main St High Point Tel 8852081 Mode 1405 upright special camper sales and service 185 South at Groomtown re Greensboro no phone 2920054 nobody but me thought i could do it myself this new upright with exclusive 2way just tune it to any Rug from Low pile to deep shag to loading non forging disposable dust bag beater bar Brush loosens deep Down dirt fluffs up Rug Nap steel motor Hood base Large size 600 cubic Inch useable capacity disposable dust bag i was never a real Handyman around the House but Hen i talked with my Arm Strong retailer he gave me tips on instal lation tools and helped me choose the right floor for my room he even gave me a How to Booklet then in much less time than i thought it would take done suddenly my rec room looks new again choose from Many patterns of Lac express floor tiles now you sly s Armstrong san Rogut Spanish design Boa u i Ambos Etc save 6imiuey Imus Husk left i Wei 2207 English Road Telephone 8852 Reg Only Carolina 208 English re Hish Point no tire co Sweet potatoes lbs halloween see our Large selection of Candy Marvel White breads r

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