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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 9, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Medical auxiliary honors doctors the High Point Branch of the auxiliary to the Guilford county medical society entertained High Points new physicians and their wives at a picnic held at the Emerywood country club wednesday evening those honoured included or and mrs Gary Biesecker or and mrs Julian Busby or and mrs. Charles Crowell. Or and mrs. Brook Jennings. Or. And mrs Richard Keever or and mrs Juan de d. Martinez and or and mrs Alton Reeder following cocktails a picnic Buffet was served decorations included red and White checked tablecloths red Hurricane lanterns and a Large Gingham Floral Centrepiece hostesses for the event were mrs Robert Arthur mrs Tommy Campe mrs Raymond Carr mrs r v Cross mrs William Donald mrs Asa Parham and mrs Dean tester meeting set for tonight members of the High Point i a Certoma club will meet this evening at 6 30 p m at the Western sizzling Steak House All members Are expected to attend after having a summer break coddle Corduroy to keep Corduroy looking its finest never Iron it on the right Side. Turn it inside out and steam Iron gently ii Hill Point Enterprise the world of Adelaide Wendler. Thursday september 9, 1976. Women s editor Page 6a new administrator Speaks at Hospital Guild meet latest arrivals told pantsuits Whites amp colors sizes 6 to 20 values to $20 9.95 Sheraton uniform shop 315 n. Main St. A 885-2815 a open 9 30-5 30 Mon sat. Beach towels $3.001. $6.50 quilted bedspreads amp Matching drapes lamps pillows rugs Oriental imports brassware lacquer Ware ceramics Marble Are Tinsley Clark co. New physicians feted new physicians and their wives were honoured at a pie Gary Biesecker or. And mrs. Richard Keever and Nic wednesday evening at Emerywood country club or. And mrs. Alton Reeder. Guests of Honor included from left or. And mrs photo by Crispe re Art Guild Competition planned the High Point Fine Art Guild announces a juried Art Competition open to area residents. The contest will be held in november at the main gallery of the theater and exhibition Center juror will be Ogden Deal nationally known North carolinian whose works Are included in the collections of the North Carolina museum of Art Salem College and Wake Forest University. Or. Deal works in All Media including sculpting in brass Copper Marble and paintings in oils acrylics and pastels. He is the former vice president of the n c. Associated artists and a member of the governor s advisory committee on the establishment of the state arts Council Jill Troutman president of the Guild in announcing the Competition stated that the Only stipulation for entering the Competition is to join the High Point Fine Art Guild As either an associate member $5 annual dues or As an exhibition member i$6. Membership applications can be obtained by writing High Point Fine Art Guild. P. O Box 5631, High Point n c 27261 Kandy Fields or and mrs. Herbert Fields of it. 3. Trinity Are parents of a son Randy Lane the child was born on sept 7 at the High Point Hospital mrs. Fields is the former Rama sink of High Point. Shannon Griffin or and mrs Brack Griffin of 402 Ridgecrest or announce the sept 4 arrival of their son. Shannon David the child was born at the local Hospital Eric Chernoff or. And mrs Norman Chernoff of 111 e. Northgate it. Are parents of a son. Erie Stephen who was born on sept 4 at High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs Chernoff is the former miss Esther Jacobson of High Point Jerry Allred or and mrs. Jerry Lynn Allred of it 4, High Point announce the sept. I arrival of their son Jerry Wayne at Burlington memorial Hospital mrs Allred is the former Sandra Gail Tillery of Kernersville. Wholesale a Quot the pubic Bank americano it it j new hours . 8 am 5 pm 602 edwardian drive it Greensboro saturday to am 5 pm Telephone 292-9869 i Block off Watt Wendover Avenue left at first traffic Light after Crofting 1-40 fee 6 Phillip a Finch or. And mrs. Richard Finch of 2804 n. Centennial ave. Are parents of a daughter Phillipa Hellen who was born on sept. 2 at the local Hospital. Mrs. Finch is the former Phillipa Tideman of Yorkshire England Amanda Garrett or. And mrs Charles Garrett of it. 5, Thomasville announce the sept. 6 arrival of their daughter Amanda Dawn the child was born at the High Point Hospital Hollingsworth accompanying state Winner or. And mrs Ray Hollingsworth Are in Atlantic City n. J., where or Hollingsworth is serving As a dance coach for miss North Carolina. Susie Proffitt or. Hollingsworth who has dance studios in Rocky mount Martinsville and Stuart. Va., also owns and directs the Hollingsworth dance and theatre arts Centre in Jamestown where miss Carolina trained. The dancing instructor choreographed the routine a tap number miss Proffitt is doing in the Talent presentation he is serving As a special Delegate from North Carolina David , new administrator of High Point memorial Hospital was guest speaker at the wednesday meeting of the Hospital Guild. Or Iipp illustrated How the Pace of change has quickened at the Hospital. He expressed appreciation to the Guild for its contributions which he said have been important to the life of the Hospital he stated he looks Forward to working with the Guild in the future. The speaker was introduced by mrs Edward Post during the business session the group voted unanimously to supplement funds raised by Hospital employees and members of the nursing staff to Purchase two Lif Epacs. Which will Cost approximately $8800. A life Pac is a portable Battery operated miniaturized resuscitator that weighs 36 pounds and can be easily carried to the coronary or respiratory patient who is in distress also it has a screen and prints a pattern which records the patients medical problem mrs Carl Harris announced that in october the Guild will begin implementation of the Hospital landscape plans this Bicentennial gift to the Hospital will consist of several Trees and shrubs other organizations Are encouraged to help in the execution of these plans members decided to form another helping group to be known As the friends of the Hospital Guild this group will consist of employed persons who will be Able to participate Only on a limited basis during the furniture markets. Since it will Benefit both the medical and nursing staffs of the Hospital the Guild voted to contribute $500 to the High Point mental health Assn to help sponsor the lectures of or. Elizabeth Kubler Ross on nov. 30. Mrs. Robert Gruenberg introduced the following new members mrs. Elijah Cockman mrs. William Davis mrs John Loving and mrs e Don Varner devotional was Given by mrs. Harris and mrs. John Bridgers gave the secretarial report w r Peters gave the treasurer s report. It was announced that mrs Ross Caudell will be new yearbook chairman and mrs James t Robinson has become a life member of the Guild pilots to participate n upcoming Bazaar members of the Pilot club of High Point finalized plans for participation in an upcoming Bazaar at Westchester mall during their meeting held in Cavalier inn. The group will participate in the Community event sept 17 and 18 plans were also discussed for a country store to be held nov 20 at St Mary s episcopal Church mrs f l warlord conducted the business session invocation was Given by mrs c. E Sellers reports were heard from the following committees mrs c e peace and mrs w k Dickens outreach miss Marilyn Wilson projects mrs Michael t Raybon. Safety mrs John p. Canine internal affairs. Mrs c. E h o d g i a leadership and mrs Olivia Wadsley Pilot information the next meeting will be held sept 21 at a Availer inn etched remodeler free estimates phone 882-0722 Marsh kitchens inc Gay brother in t that Happy dear Ann you please Landers will Tell me Why homosexuals refer to themselves As a a Gay the word actually Means Quot Happy. Joyous lighthearted and cheerful a my brother is a homosexual. He is miserable and depressed an introverted loner who will probably end up killing himself. His Lover left him last year and i be never seen anyone so forlorn and dejected the last word i would use to describe my brother is Quot Gay a yet that s what he is can you enlighten me a on the sidelines dear sidelines the word Quot Gay was selected by the Gays themselves True not All Gays Are Gay but Many Are quite Content and have no interest in being straight of two minus pluses and one o 108 n main St downtown High Point since 1923 o one Day Only this saturday a \ Scholl shoes for women on their feet Oil Day Long. Come and meet or. Tony Wadford special representative and consultant for Scholl shoes. He will be in our store All Day saturday to help you with our new fall styles and also to show you a preview of the new Scholl sandals for next Spring. Your brother needs professional help anyone who is depressed and suicidal Gay or straight should get counselling he needs to ventilate his feelings and learn to accept himself As he is if he can t afford a psychiatrist the county or state mental health asses will help him dear Ann Landers my friends and relatives have advised me until my head is spinning the question is the Middle child different a our first born is beautifully adjusted dependable self sufficient gets along Well in school and has Many friends the youngest boy is Bright cooperative creative affectionate and has a sunny disposition the Middle son is a Nail biter a bed Wetter does poorly in his studies and always seems to be in trouble he s sullen and unhappy and makes us unhappy too i keep hearing. A its because he s the Middle one Quot is there any Validity to this assessment a Mother dear Mother your signature tells me almost As much As your letter if you View the Middle boy As a a minus Quot i feel plenty sorry for him. And for you too the one in the Middle is in the least desirable spot he must compete with the eldest usually the favorite and suffer the Praise that passes him by and goes to the youngest. What can you do you can give the Middle child double doses of love and affection compliment him whenever possible Don t permit any comparisons by friends and relatives. And spend at least 15 minutes a Dav with just him dear Ann you be probably had it with the Quot hairy problems but please get this into your column by Hook or by Crook in desperate. I m a 20-year-old Guy and my Girlfriend Amy. Is neat no sweat there the thing i m writing about is the hair on my Chest i Don t have any Amy has never said anything direct but when we go to the Beach she can t take her eyes off the hairy chested dudes i feel inferior please consult your experts and find out if there is any Way a person can grow hair from scratch i want real hair a no wigs. None of that phony stuff. I realize Chest hair is just a decoration but if Amy likes it. I want it. A a mexican hairless a dear Chihuahua hair Doest grow from Quot scratch Quot it grows from follicles the Only Way you can achieve your goal is by having a transplant. I Don t recommend it its expensive. Painful and Tim consuming take my word for it. Bub it t not that important hair today gone tomorrow a has u Back to school feb Jet fall fashions for boys and girls i we Hove the finest and largest selections of famous brands arriving daily new fall merchandise for boys girls and cubbies we have an excellent selection of a Coats a Slacks a tops for your Chubbie girls Lay away now for Back to school 169 phoneui1 a i m71sm s. Main cd 5om9o4 a Bank charge cards honoured Pinewood club receives pointers on arranging gently cushioned Orch casuals Register fur free pair to be Given away members of Pinewood Garden club went to Flower world shop on tuesday evening for a program Given by Sylvia Hurt owner of the shop the program was arranged by mrs Roy Burchfield. The members took fresh and dried Flowers which mrs Hurt arranged discussing and explaining the Hows and whys of Flower arranging mrs Hurt made several permanent arrangements she also instructed the group on making bows she also arranged fresh Flowers and presented them As door prizes. The business segment of the meeting was held at the Home of mrs. Gary Hon Barrier and was led by the president mrs Gene Hauser. Members decided to Root plants at Home and decorate for the next meeting they will be presented to shut ins. A Progress report was Given on the Petunia Beds planted by the members at two nursing Homes a refreshment course was served by the hostess

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