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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 10, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Ladies of civitan new officers Are installed or. Lewis addresses Beta Xiii la Point Enterprise the world of Adelaide Wendler. Friday september id. 1976 women s editor Fage 6a fall care of plants described for women Joan younger owner of Lakeside Nursery discussed the fall care of plants at the noon luncheon meeting of the Archdale Trinity woman a club held wednesday at Holiday inn downtown. Mrs younger showed several unusual hanging baskets and described How to care for baskets when they Are brought in for the Winter she stressed the importance of sufficient Light Good soil and proper drainage the speaker suggested checking for insects or Worms before bringing plants in and spraying them if necessary the speaker said that september is the time to fertilize and sow grass. It is also a Good time she said. To Plant pansies and to Start planting Spring bulbs mrs James h Roberts first vice president conducted the business session mrs John Stunda. Membership chairman introduced the following guests mrs Lee Andrews. Mrs Jerry Daniels. Mrs Donald Finch mrs Darrell Frye mrs Forrest Mendenhall mrs. Thomas Mccormack mrs Danny Mcdowell. Mrs Robert Parris mrs. De Sechrest mrs Ronald Smith mrs Don spell mrs Boyd Stokes mrs Cliff Surney. Mrs Bob Varner and mrs Julian Wyatt mrs Stunda described activities of the woman s club and listed a few of the accomplishments of the club on the local District and state Levels mrs Roberts reported that the club served refreshments to the Trinity High band during their summer workshop mrs Charles game discussed the District workshop held this summer in Reidsville four members of the club attended according to a report by mrs. Irvin Newberry the club bought furniture for a auxiliary discusses projects for year future projects were planned at the meeting of the auxiliary to elks Lodge 1155 also highlighting the meeting was a program by mrs Elsie Jones who works with the handicapped scouting program in the to Wharrie scout Council mrs Jones presented a slide program on her july visit to a training seminar on handicapped scouting in Philmont. N. M plans for the following events were made during the business session a Bingo party to be held on oct 5 at the Lodge Hall at 7 30 p in. A Steak supper to be held on oct. 16 at the Hall and a covered dish supper to be held on sept 14 for a group of Flowers for All occasions High paint i leading Florid Grace Flower shop patients from the Hospital in Salisbury the elks Lodge and the auxiliary will join in giving the party Mary Jane Sears chaplain read an Insp National message and dedicated it to mrs pie Roberts who recently died next to your / n a own dear w family i mans Best Friend v is his dog an. V a Good watch no Molter what land cd watch you May want we have it and the Price n right Ute oar very Emoiy Lay away plan and bed a1 Oil Tov real Money All guarantied remember Nom save Yow Coit Quot Nash jewelry amp loan co. Room at girls Haven and has painted the room and made drapes for it. She read a letter from Mike Quinto thanking the club for its work mrs Roberts announced that the annual fall District meeting will be held in Burlington on oct 19 devotional was Given by mrs Roland Albertson chaplain she read the poem a teamwork. Luncheon tables were decorated with african violets by mrs Kenneth Hendrix hospitality chairman Protamine time capsules amp diet plan. Take weight off 2 Steps to a slim trim figure i Prol Amine time Rek Asi formula contains an elective appetite up suppressant c a a stimulant i a gentle diuretic a normative diet plan Bookie a Rex time include calorie Wum counter and a retaining nutritional guide now Lake weight off with the Protamine diet plan. Containing one of the most effective appetite suppressants available without prescription the pro Lam tie Piar. Makes this possible by using continuous action capsules when Denver their effective formula Little by Little in timed release doses and an exciting calorie controlled diet plan that lets you enjoy 3 Good meals and 3 delightful snacks every Day but now you eat less. Lose pounds amp and inches without fad diets strenuous exec oses or expensive treatments lose pounds amp inches be slim. Trim attractive so effective s the Protamine time capsule diet plan that it is now possible to be a isted on ewer calories and lose we get the very first week continue losing until you have reduced pounds and inches a whatever your Pody needs to be slim trim and attractive read and follow ail Label information Mann drug stores you can clearly see that the exciting look in fashion is a Lucite Pendant a t2 Karat Good lied Star in Lucite a 95 c 12 Karat Gold filled # i in Lucite $10 96 o a Nond a d 2 Carat Gold filled heart n Lucite Tel 96 convenient ways to buy Zales the Dia mend store Westchester mall him rtt 0ni .nl�?ze#0 Scholl shoes mrs c j Harris was installed As president of ladies of civitan thursday evening in a joint meeting with the High Point civitan club at top of the Mart or James Allen Thacker lieutenant governor of area 3, District East and an instructor High Point College installed mrs Harris and the following mrs. J. C. Reagan president elect mrs. P. E Edwards treasurer. Mrs Vav. E Garner jr., Secretary and mrs t g Shelton chaplain a gift was presented to mrs William p Harris outgoing president in appreciation for outstanding leadership during the past year the presentation was made by the incoming president mrs c. J Harris was presented the outstanding member of ladies of civitan award. This is Given each year to the member of the club selected by secret ballot who has contributed most in outstanding service and Devotion in the work of the club mrs Harris has served in Many capacities including president elect and projects chairman for the past year Burbank history traced Burbank Garden club members traced the history of the club s founding during a meeting wednesday morning in the Home of mrs Charles Mason in Ashbrook Woods. Mrs. Charles Harper Walsh expressed appreciation for the work done by the club which she founded 50 years ago she recalled How two women from Greensboro met with her at the then new Sheraton hotel to discuss plans for forming a Garden club in their City. As a result of that meeting the Little Gate and Greensboro Garden clubs were formed mrs Walsh stated that the first Garden club in the state was founded in Reidsville midweek Garden club was the first one formed in High Point she said and Burbank was the second mrs Walsh and two charter members of the club mrs Dave Yow and mrs. Robert Sechrest. Were Given special recognition and presented corsages in Honor of the club marking its 25th year in civic work. The charter members were presented Silver dollars to Mark the occasion mrs Vera Smith president conducted the business session. The Council report was Given by mrs Edwin Chappell and club yearbooks were distributed by the treasurer mrs Harold Morrison at the conclusion of the meeting mrs Mason and the associate hostess. Mrs. Harold Morrison served refreshments boutique s hours Clear Palma de Majorca Spain was sign on Antonia Morell s boutique in English this store opens daily 9 a in to 8 p in unless closed. A to Lead group new officers of ladies of civitan include from left mrs c. J. Harris president mrs j. C. Reagan president elect mrs. W e. Garner jr., Secretary and mrs. P. E. Edwards treasurer. An installation ceremony was held thursday evening at top of the Mart. Photo by Chi pet re camellia club reveals program plans for year program plans for the coming year were discussed at the luncheon meeting of High Point camellia club at Emerywood country club thursday mrs Howard Pancoast conducted the meeting and gave highlights of the High Point Garden Council meeting at Astor dowdy towers on tuesday. She announced that mrs Chris Florence of Greensboro a candidates Are invited to dinner Washington d. C president Gerald Ford and gov Jimmy Carter have been invited to address the Board of directors of the general federation of women s clubs at a dinner meeting sunday in the Mayflower hotel mrs Harry Wagner jr., g f w c president will preside at the function which w ill Honor members of Congress. Participating in the program will be Sherrill Milnes metropolitan opera co baritone guests in addition to members of Congress will be representatives of the diplomatic corps and leading government officials the dinner and preceding reception Are features of the meeting which opens saturday and continues through tuesday. Members will attend the service of morning prayer at St John s episcopal Church on Lafayette Square on sunday and will visit the White House on monday afternoon a responsible interaction Quot is the theme for the four Day session which will be attended by an estimated 200 elected and appointed Community volunteers from across the country who comprise the federation s Board of directors landscape designer and author will give a program on a making the most of your on tuesday at to a m. The program will be Given in the Fellowship Hall of Wesley memorial United methodist Church and will be sponsored by the Brook Lea Garden club All Garden club members City officials and interested persons Are expected to attend. A workshop is planned for oct 5 at to o clock in the morning at Astor dowdy l Owers for All gardeners and interested persons a Horticulturist from Greensboro will have charge a letter from mrs. Carroll Martin announcing her resignation was read mrs. Martin is moving to St. Louis. Mo., to assume duties with the Shaw botanical gardens. Year books were distributed and mrs Earl Schafer vice president la Certoma club resumes activities meetings of High Point la Certoma club were resumed after a summer break with an organizational meeting. This meeting was conducted by the new president. Mrs Keith Clark mrs Clark called for reports on projected plans from the committee chairmen reports were submitted by various members a new member. Mrs Cliff Freele was welcomed plans were made to attend the District conference in Winston Salem at the Hyatt House in october. The briefly discussed programs the club finalized plans to go to ground hog Mountain on oct 7 members planning to take the trip Are to meet at Emerywood Baptist Church at 9 a m. The president closed the meeting with a Reading from a the North Carolina mrs Schafer was hostess for the luncheon or. Virginia Lewis presented a program on identity crisis for members of Beta i chapter Delta Gamma society in when the group met tuesday evening at Mon lieu Avenue elementary school. Purpose of the program was to help members become better acquainted especially the ones added to the membership since the Winter. It was stated that this will be a continuing emphasis. Kate Auman. President of the chapter conducted the business session. She expressed appreciation to chairmen who planned activities for the coming year she gave a Brief resume of those plans it was noted that each chapter member contributes to the Golden gift fund and Delta Kappa Gamma world fellowships the Golden gift fund was established to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of Delta Gamma society int. World fellowships was originally established after world War la to help women educators receive advanced study in War torn countries now the fund is used for advanced study by women educators in any foreign country the study is done in the United states Mary Elizabeth Fulp read the minutes of the coordinating Council meeting and presented policies recommended for discussion and action. Bain Johnson reported on the state convention held in Pinehurst on oct. 5 the internal affairs committee will present the chapter program. Ruth Coble chairman of the committee. Announced that the program will present two views of Era As expressed by advocates pro and con hostesses for the meeting were Rada Poston Marcella Carter Alice Gorman and Dorothy Hoskins wild Flower guide Given Garden club Garden study club members received pointers on collecting wild Flowers when they met wednesday morning it the environmental Center on Penny Hoad mrs Worth Ivey advised the group to select wild Flowers which Are located a Good distance from the Road and never to take More than they leave replant the Flowers in a setting similar to that from which they were taken she said in digging up the Flower keep a big clump of dirt around the Root to Lessen the Shock during transplanting mrs. Ivey cautioned against taking wild Flowers from property without first obtaining the owner s permission Bill Faver showed a program of slides with a musical accompaniment he entitled the presentation Quot America the he showed the Many natural Beauty spots in this country interspersed with eyesores such As junk car Yards polluted streams smoke belching chimneys and with this contrast pointed out the need for stong conservation measures. Jessie Mae Young conducted the Short business session in conclusion the group walked along the wild Flower Trail and returned for a Buffet luncheon. Hostesses were mrs. Marshall Kellam and miss Helen Betts. Dental group plans meeting the n. C. Dental assistants Assn will hold its third District meeting on saturday oct 2 at Lainada inn. 1-85 at guess Road exit in Durham. Or. Ben Loeb and or Benjamin Baker will be speaking on malpractice and intr Oral functions. Registration will be at 8 30 a in. All members and nonmembers Are invited to attend 108 n main St downtown High Point since 1923 one Day Only this saturday 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. Gently cushioned Arch cd surfs Register for free pair to be Given away Mother and daughter store High Point mall final Call warehouse Sale of All summer merchandise from a Mother and daughter stores. Savings you cant afford to miss. 4 v a a. A. V All sales final to Waller Anil Al filter to / la v j j store hours master charge s monday thru Friday ,am.,.,n,d to a m 111 9 pm Bank amen Icard h.9h Point mall saturday Eastchester drive to a m til 5 30 p m a

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