High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Sep 5 1974, Page 10

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 5, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise thursday september 5, 1974 Jake Harris discusses doctors wives feted at Coffee q00h life at club meet a a a a a a a in. A if Vul Mac 0 welcomed into Community mrs. Arnold Gill and mrs. James Fulton left Greet 1-r mrs. Raymond Carr mrs. Brian Noah and mrs. Fred Picklesimer at the Coffee Given by the High Point Branch of the Guilford county medical auxiliary in Honor of wives of new doctors. Stoh photo by Art Rit horde it pions told for District meet members of the High Point Council of Garden clubs heard plans for the District in meeting when they met tuesday in the auditorium at Astor dowdy towers. The local Council will Host the District meeting which will be held at High Point friends meeting House. Representatives were asked to submit special recognitions and projects which should be included in the summary report to be made at this meeting. The informal Ion will be taken by club presidents. Gladis Kivett. District director urged members to begin making plans to attend this meeting. Food program highlights meeting mrs. Earl Crow of the health foods store. The Only Earth presented a program for members of the Pinewood Garden club when they met in the Home of mrs. Milton Barker 1416 Grantham or. Mrs. Crowds presentation entered on the theme of growing foods the natural Way. Prior to the program. Mrs. Robert Simril president conducted a business session. Mrs. William Howard jr., in her horticulture report encouraged members to continue their fall gardens since these can be just As rewarding As Spring gardens. Mrs. Walter Griffin opened the meeting with a poem and prayer. At the conclusion members were invited into the dining area for refreshments. Owca plans sewing classes for beginners classes for beginning sewing will be taught in both campers learn customs Raleigh the nutrition Day Camp program in Durham county this summer stressed the International View. A campers had a Chance to learn about customs and food habits in Mexico Africa and Hawaii explains Mary Jane Whitmore Home economics agent. Morning and evening sessions meeting on tuesday and thursday and continuing for eight weeks. Is. Nell Sechler will be instructor for classes. The course is designed for persons who have very Little or no knowledge of sewing. Students will be guided in pattern and fabric selection and will construct a simple garment during the course. Enrolment is limited and is being taken now. Membership in the Owca is required. For further information Call the Owca on Gatewood Avenue. Doris Lindsay Council president conducted the business session. She congratulated the High Point Garden club on the Observance of their 50th anniversary. It was the second Garden club organized in the state. Mrs. J. Elwood Cox founded the club on sept. 17, 1924. Members of the group will be honoured by the Council at a Tea on sept. 17 at the High Point museum. Members of the club will present a Sundial to the museum at this time. A new club Cambridge Garden club was added to Council membership. Mrs. James Morgan is president of the group. It was announced that the w wildflower club has a slide program and script on their beautification project. This is available to other clubs in the Community. Special attention was called to the following Council projects which Are underway a maintaining the Council Center and Library at Sears assisting in downtown beautification a providing Flowers each week for the Hospital Chapel a maintaining the Garden plot by the Railroad in the magic Block downtown a assisting local schools plan and Plant gardens a participating in a Flowers for lonely hours a a Garden therapy program for the elderly and disabled. Mini Flower gardens were planted for five elderly persons this summer. In some instances Bird houses Bird feeding stations and dish gardens were also Given a preparing wreaths and swags for the elderly at Astor dowdy towers and wreaths for the Bridge downtown during the Christmas season a giving speeches on ecology for science and service clubs at schools a presenting horticulture tips each Day on the local radio station a participating in television programs a assisting in beautifying the railway station and a planting 72 Trees in the Ferndale Junior High High Point Central High school area assisted by school organizations. Members voted to Host the state Garden club Board meeting in sept. 1975 committee reports were Given by mrs. Lee Schaner Treasury mrs. Richard Kellam recording Secretary miss Bessie Pope Garden Center director and mrs. Worth Ivy beautification committee. Mrs. Neal Lancaster vice president distributed name tags. A Coffee welcoming new doctors wives into the Community highlighted the meeting of the High Point Branch of the Guilford county medical auxiliary. The event was held at the Home of mrs. Arnold Gill. Mrs. James Fulton president welcomed the newcomers mrs. Raymond Carr mrs. Brian Noah and mrs. Fred Picklesimer. Also acknowledged were those wives arriving earlier in the year who have been Active they Are mrs. Tommie Canipe mrs. Paul Geniec mrs. Clarence Valet. President elect mrs. Vernon Mcfalls presented each with a Small Wicker Basket of Ivy. Plans were discussed for the annual Egam Mur which will be held on oct. 3-4 at the National guard armory. Mrs. Brenda Haworth is chairman. Hostesses for the Coffee were mrs. L. U. Creech mrs. Robert Crawford mrs. Craig Parks mrs. Gordon Arnold mrs. Leland Averett mrs. Mac lean Leath and mrs. Walter Tice. Slide program presented mrs. Layman Sprye librarian of Jamestown Junior High school presented a slide program of her trip with students and teachers to Mexico City and Acapulco at the meeting of the High Point Exchange the club. The tuesday meeting was held with mrs. J. W. Blackwell of 600 Gatewood ave. Mrs. Harold Davis presided at the business session at which time items that had been sent to the club As a possible project were bought by members. Programs and projects for the coming year were also discussed. Mrs. Joe Heigh was inducted As a new member. Guests were mrs. Sprye and mrs. Jim Mcgee. The next meeting will be held on oct. I at the Home of mrs. Everett Wall 934 Crowden Jake Harris a High Point merchant and an Active member of numerous civic organizations was guest speaker at the meeting of ladies of Cvitan on tuesday evening. Or. Harris was introduced by mrs. Rayborn Hinshaw program chairman. He talked briefly on his philosophy for a Good life in a period in time when world affairs and human lives seem to be at a Low ebb. He said the Best Way in his opinion to make a Happy situation is to become excited about what one is involved in. A smile and radiate magnetism and even though situations Are not too Bright. Look for something Good in <7 i. Or Adit urn 1614 n. Main St. Tel. 885-0431 next to the electro Mart Lacuma fall fashions 74 set the fashion scene this fall in our new transitional arriving daily famous Nam brands. Made to fit the larger lady in polyester prints and solids. A Complete Range of sizes. 12-20, 14 vs-24 is 26vs-32vi, 38-52. A Elf e fit i or hard Lohi open Friday nights till 6 use your Bank charge $ Lawn a. Hum of Stout anti Send to f Lithium 112 East Kivett St gladness Gate Friday to . Til Midnight All summer merchandise drastically reduced plus an additional 10% discount will be Given at the Cash Register off Sale Price also off on All new fall fashions free Coffee and donuts from 9 . Til Midnight to keep you awake for these Good buys store hours Mon. Thru Fri. To . _9 . Sat. To . 6 . The worst of or. Harris advised. He said a the future is ours and we can make it a great society by giving of ourselves being vibrant and passing enthusiasm to our or. Harris illustrated his talk with True stories and remarked on How much can be accomplished by taking time to care and trying to find something Good in everyone. A never lose your sense of True values a he concluded. Mrs. J. H. Crater president conducted the business meeting. She said that plans for a rummage Sale on sept. 14 Are being arranged. Clear eyes Contact Lens wearers should avoid using lash lengthening Mascara and dusting powder on lashes before applying Mascara. Both of these procedures produce Loose particles that could irritate the eyes get under lenses. The invocation was Given by mrs. C. J. Harris and the door prise was awarded to mrs. Horace Mckinney. Prison first Sherpey England was a David Hawkins principal of a coeducation school Here was upset to learn that his daughter Joanne 9. Must go to an Al girls school because the coeducational schools Are full Quot i will go to prison before i will allow my daughter to attend a single sex school a he told the local education committee. Said his daughter Quot if i am not at school i shall use my spare time visiting daddy in the autumn look of life stride pure simple understated the classic pump. Soft flexible leather uppers with new Low Heel. Black Only. Sizes 7-1 on and 516-1 of i8.00. Mail and phone orders promptly filled. Call 885-6121. Shop monday through saturday 10/9 i l�4 mom i Aik a 4 j a a. 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