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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 23, 1972, High Point, North Carolina By Erma Bombeck in be always been rather confused about grandparents. If it is True that being near children keeps you Young How come i look like Gabby Hayes and my parents who Are not around the kids All the time look like the eternal Springs of youth or. Margaret Mead in a Book to be published next month Blackberry Winter my earlier years does no to particularly have the answer to this particular phenomenon but she does say some things about grandparents i like and agree with. She says a what our society lacks today is the mutually beneficial closeness Between grandchildren and grand parents. Grandparents give you a sense of How things were How things Are. They know the world in t going to end because you done to use two Wash cloths or something. They be lived through change. Children need three generations to grow up with and we be done studies that show older people who Are close to their grandchildren Are very different than people who Are in be suspected this for years. Grandparents have a special unique kind of love. Its a love that rots Teeth from forbidden Candy before meals. Ifs a love that cancels the House Rule of a no pets by buying a live Bunny at easter. Its a love that takes the consequences for breaking the in-bed-by-10 House Rule when the baby sit. Its a love that rots Teeth from forbidden Candy before meals. Its a love that cancels the House Rule of a no pets by buying a live Bunny 3t easter. Its a love that takes the consequences for breaking the in-bed-by-10 House Rule when Thev baby sit. Ifs a wonderful love that cries inside when you Are being reprimanded and laughs when you Are Happy. Its an eternal love that does no to seem to be nurtured by attention or the Promise of any returns. Only your being there. Its a love that accepts you for just what you Are today. Not what you Are being folded to be tomorrow. Its a Loyal love that sits in the rain and watches you sit on the Bench. Its a love that sends you homemade noodles in a Shoebox when you Are at College. Ifs a birthday present no matter where you Are or How Long it has been since you have written. Its a love that has time to listen to you when you talk. Its a love that kisses you unashamedly no matter How old you Are. Its a love that transcends Long hair Bare sandals or whatever you choose to look like. Its a gentle no hysteria comfortable love that assures you that no matter what shape the world is in. Someone always survives. Its a love that binds three generations together and says a i too once looked like Gabby Hayes and then i became a Donna von Cannon honoured Archdale a miss Donna Renee von Cannon was honoured at a miscellaneous floating Shower held at the Home of mrs. Barbara Rush. Hostesses were mrs. Rush and mrs. Pat Lawrence. Refreshments were served from a lace covered table with a miniature Bride As Centrepiece. Approximately 25 guests called Between the hours of 7-9 30 . Special guests were the Mother of the Bride mrs. C. L. Beck her grandmother mrs. H. F. Rice and the bridegrooms Mother mrs. W. W. White. Family car Wash a car Wash is a Good idea especially after the build up of dirt and grime from Winter weather. Gather some clean cloths brushes a big pail Hose and lots of hot water in which you can make soap or detergent suds. Adults can handle the big jobs like scrubbing the car Down and getting underneath with a sudsy Brush. Let the youngsters pitch in by washing the windows and the cards Interior. Be sure protective Mats Are brushed and hosed Down too. Then clean rugs and seats. Dry the outside of the car. Recognized in District mrs. Albert Alexander mrs. Ray Davis mrs. William Collins and mrs. Jim Walsh for hold entries and awards received at the District no fwd meeting held in Eden. Mrs. Davis and mrs. Walsh prepared the scrapbooks which won first place in their divisions. Mrs Alexander won first for her press Book and mrs. Collins won first for her Community service report which she prepared jointly with mrs. Earnest Broome. Sum photo by loony Mebane ack High Point woman a club and High Point Junior woman a club received special recognition and several awards at the North Carolina federation of woman a club District 7 meeting held thursday at the first presbyterian Church in Eden. Mrs. Charles Scott of High Point woman a club president of District 7, presided at the general Assembly held in the Sanctuary. Mrs. B. J. Williams of High Point District chaplain gave the invocation. A highlight of the Day was the awards presentation made by mrs. Colon Farlow. The High Point Junior woman a club was presented the following awards in class c. The scrapbook prepared by mrs. Ray Davis won first place in its division and the Over All award the Bailey Silver plate. The press Book prepared by mrs. Albert Alexander won first place and the yearbook with mrs. Farlow As committee chairman won second place. The Community service report which is a record of the clubs yearly Community work complied by mrs. Earnest Broome and mrs. Collins won first place and received the Eden Junior woman a club Silver bowl. The High Point woman s club won second place for their yearbook and first place for the scrapbook prepared by mrs. J. G. Walsh. The award was the Velva g. Hayden Silver bowl. Their entries were judged in class a. Other area clubs receiving awards and recognition included Sedgefield woman a club a first place class a passbook second place. Class a scrapbooks Andt Hird place class a yearbooks. Erindale woman a club a travel Gavel. A whole new world Asheboro woman a club a first place class a yearbooks and first place class a scrapbooks. During the business session club president reports were made. Mrs. William Collins president elect of the High Point Jwuc spoke on the clubs most outstanding project for the year a their work with Murdock. The session was addressed by mrs. Robert Shoffner of Winston Salem and mrs. Harold Odenwald of Greensboro. Mrs. Shoffner who is third vice president of no fwd and Junior director spoke on a juniors Are happening in mrs. Odenwald president of no fwd had As her topic a mind your pcs and covers for the District handbooks and programs were done by mrs. Walsh and the handbook information was completed by mrs. Thomas Hayworth and mrs. Delbert Foster. Attending from High Point were mrs. Hayworth mrs. Collins mrs. Davis mrs. Ronnie Stevens mrs. Charles Mcdonald jr., mrs. Rex Walser and mrs. Farlow All of the Junior woman a club. The High Point woman a club was represented by mrs. Scott mrs. Williams mrs. Walsh mrs. Roy Culler mrs. Freeman Naylor mrs. Emmett Stone mrs. S. P. Napier mrs. H. M. Taylor jr., mrs. H. D. Minnis mrs. William Locke miss Susan Copeland mrs. Hudson Mann and mrs. W. B. Mccarter. 4 Blue skies mugs toe crackers imported teas sesame Brittle Butterfly chips White chocolate Sunflower seeds Tobler chocolate pure Maple syrup imported cookies sausage and beef logs Wagner s extracts amp spices George amp Kathleen Killebrew Westchester mall phone ms-0415. You name it. We have it Blue rings i tulips on White Nici Fine China Hano decorated this week s special jewel Box 139 s. Main St., High Point 883-0827 Thomasville Winston and Asheboro Greensboro the a tonal theatre of the deaf this country a Only professional theatre of deaf actors will per sent a performance at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro on wednesday. The play to be performed will be a Gilgamesh a a legend based upon the great epic poems which antedate Homer by Over a thousand years. The production is scheduled for 8 15 . In Aycock auditorium. Tickets can be purchased at Elliott Hall and special group prices Are available for students through High school age. The National theatre of the deaf is designed for hearing As Well As for deaf audiences. It represents a unique dramatic form a a combination of Strong and Graceful sign language with mime dance music movement and simultaneous narration and song. This unique theatre was established six years ago and operates under the auspices of the Eugene of Neill memorial Center at Waterford Conn. In its existence the company of 14 actors has had to National Tours two Broadway engagements and five european Tours. The a epic of Gilgamesh a from which the play is taken is one of the oldest known literary works. It reportedly was inscribed on Clay tablets 1.500 years before Homer. It is a compilation of sumerian legend and mythology with gods and god men As varied colourful and Lusty As those in greek mythology. The Story is concerned with Gilgamesh ruler of uruk who seeks to inscribe his name forever in the great books of heroes with his Friend. Enkidu a wild Man from the mountains he then seeks everlasting life in a voyage to the underworld to find Usnap Isheim the Only Man Ever to conquer death. Music for a a Gilgamesh will be played from an entirely new set of instruments consisting of three Large harps and three huge Bass horns. Actors will play the instruments and provide a a Gilgamesh with a score of unusual and rather stunning theatre sound. Exercise classes planned woman clubs win awards Adams memorial Owca is starting an exercise program which includes isotonic exercises yoga and aerobic Type exercises. The morning classes will run mondays. Wednesdays and fridays at 9 30 of clock for five weeks starting today. Evening classes will begin tomorrow evening at 7 30 of clock and run tuesdays and thursdays for five weeks. There will also be special exercises for troublesome areas. In the morning women have the additional advantage of increasing their physical capacity by participating in a walking or jogging program in aerobics on a Quarter mile track. Also there will be a dip in the Pool immediately following the exercises. Anyone wishing further information May Call the Owca and speak to Donrue Crotts. Steaks anywhere p a a the d i l casual dress Welcome a amp teak House Tel. 883-2412 High Point Nayip leaders at event de Powell left and Frank Wyatt pause during a break in activities at the High Point Legal secretaries seminar held saturday. Mrs. Bill Bull seated left and mrs. Drew Haney seminar chairman were in charge of the event. Start photo by mar Austin Legal secretaries group sponsors one Day seminar Frank b. Wyatt president of the High Point bar Assn., spoke saturday at the one Day seminar sponsored by the High Point Legal secretaries Assn. He discussed personal injury matters As they relate to the work of a Legal Secretary. Following registration for the event by mrs. Wanda Haney seminar chairman mrs. Elva Bull local chapter president welcomed the approximately 40 guests from High Point and the Piedmont area. De Powell of Davis Martin social Calendar monday 2 . A the women a group of a a meets in the commons room of St. Mary a episcopal Church. 8 . A yes Menette meet with mrs. Roger Hibbard 1010 Halifax it. Tuesday to a m. A the Book league meets with mrs. Donald e. Dahle on Hillcrest drive. 6 30 . A the Sheraton hotel is the setting for the meeting of the Althusa club. 8 . A High Point chapter 106, order of the Eastern Star meets in the masonic Temple. Amp associates inc. Outlined procedures for surveying real property and demonstrated How to read surveys. This topic was important to those working in mortgage offices. Real estate offices and Law offices that handle mortgage Loans. Mrs. Betty Campbell Deputy clerk of the general court of Justice gave an example of the new claim and delivery procedures required by the courts. After a morning of discussions those attending the seminar were served a luncheon at the High Point friends meeting House. Immediately following the luncheon door prizes were announced and the meeting adjourned. For know How in real estate a a. Phone Betty Alexander 883-4034 b6�co. It High Point iss 9137 Jamestown 454-3194 Flowers for All occasions High Ron to to leading Florist Grice Flower shop no ilk Wrynn it Rhone 188-4015 and 882-1617 ladies. Slim Down take weight off the natural Way join our exercise classes limited openings phone 886-4420 for More information who Ford dance school209 e. Westwood phone 886-4420 Star cleaners we cannot afford to have a single dissatisfied customer. Give us the Opportunity to prove that there really is a difference in dry cleaning. Open Mon. I Day service we clean til noon saturday. Star cleaners 723 s. Main St. 885-2774 open Mon. Thru sat. John Crowder do-23 a i at wit s end grandparents have unique and special kind of love theatre of deaf to perform High Point Enterprise monday october 23, 1972 9a

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