High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Sep 14 1972, Page 14

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 14, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Black suede Black kid shop Friday nites til 9v All Bank charge cards honoured go wheel of fortunes was the topic presented by mrs. Worth Ivey for members of the Burbank Garden club when they met wednesday in the Home of mrs. J. W. Hiatt. Mrs. Ivey noted that the Hub of the wheel is arts and crafts and she described various North Carolina arts and crafts and displayed samples of Many different types. The speaker stated that the spokes of this imaginary wheel Are the purposes of Garden club work a therapy creativity restoration economics conservation and Beauty. She concluded by discussing each spoke of the wheel. Associate hostesses for the meeting were mrs. W. D. Lewis and mrs. H. P. Morrison. The president mrs. John m. Reichard,1 called attention to the Council Flower show which will be held oct. 5 from 2 to 7 . At the Moose Hall. She also announced plans for the District meeting in Elkin on oct. 12. The Rev. John Hawkins methodist minister will discuss with delegates his interest in gardening and Flower arranging. Jim Hunt democratic candidate for lieutenant governor of n.c., will be the speaker at next tuesdays meeting of the democratic women of Randolph county mrs. L. T. Hammond jr., president of the organization has announced. Ait certificates Given to Oes members he is committed Little Christopher Lamb 8 months old of Miami Beach Fla. Does no to know it but his grandmother mrs. Evelyn Shepherd heft has just pledged him to a life of Temperance. He was the Only a White ribbon recruit pledged at the closing session of the 98th convention of the women s Christian Temperance Union held in Miami Beach. A wire photo miss Bodenheimer feted at Home of mrs. Culver p r o f i Cliency certificates were presented at the meeting of High Point chapter 106, order of the Eastern Star on tuesday evening. Those receiving the certificates were mrs. Loretta h. Bryson. Mrs. Mary c. Bruton mrs. Martha g. Kenny mrs. Doris g. Mclean mrs. Katherine k. Vickers and Walter p. Bean. Presiding Over the meeting were mrs. Polly m. Hurley worthy Matron and Edward g. Updegrove worthy Patron. Pro tem officers were mrs. Louise Albarty marshal mrs. Lorene Reed associate conduct Ress and William c. Hilton Sentinel. Visiting from the Spring Lake chapter 333 was mrs. Linda Stewart. Numerous invitations received included Rose chapter 178, sept. 14 revolution Temple. Greensboro Reidsville chapter 172, sept. 28 and steel Creek chapter 339, oct. 3. Mrs. Lala Shields announced that the chapter will hold services at the masonic and Oes Home on oct. I at 3 . In the Chapel of the Home. Mrs. Ruby Price and Robert Skenes 13th District deputies w ill make their official visit to the chapter on sept. 26. Mrs. Lucy r. Duncan grand Secretary has scheduled the secretaries and treasurers school of instruction for september and october. Honoured by the chapter were mrs. Faye m. Hilton mrs. Guida w. Tolley and William c. Hilton. They Are members of the grand chapter committee. A memorial to the late Vernon Jerome Spivey worthy grand Patron of the grand chapter of North Carolina was read. Or. Spivey died on aug. 19. Refreshments were served in the dining room at the close of the meeting by mrs. Guida Tolley and mrs. Lorene Reed. The Home of mrs. Ben Culver on North Centennial Avenue was the setting for a miscellaneous bridal Shower on tuesday evening Given to Honor miss Hermine Bodenheimer. When she arrived the honoree was presented with a Corsage of Pink carnations. Block party set at local Owca the Owca will have a Block party for All Junior and senior High school girls on saturday Busy Bee club plans programs program plans for the year were among items discussed by members of the Busy Bee Garden club when they met tuesday afternoon with mrs. D. Williamson 403 e. Lexington ave. Also discussed were plans for the group s new yearbooks. Devotional for the afternoon was Given by mrs. Vernon Ward. She read a passage from corinthians and led the group in prayer. Following the business session a social hour was held. Refreshments were served by the hostess and associate hostesses mrs. J. L. Farlow and mrs. M. Johnson. Sept. 16. From i to 4 . The theme for the event will be a get to know your the purpose of the party is to introduce y activities to girls. No admission will be charged and the party will be held on the basketball courts at the Gatewood Avenue building. Refreshments will be served and those who wish May swim in the Owca Pool. Booths will be arranged to explain some of the classes that Are available. These will include such activities As cheer leading sewing Baton guitar and Charm. Other a tivies such As sports. A tee i clubs dances choir and trips to Washington d. C., and Atlanta ga., also will be explained. All girls interested in participating in any of the activities at either the Gatewood Owca or the Mary Bethune Branch Owca and any girls interested in learning More about what is available at the local is Are urged by Owca personnel to attend the fun afternoon. The table was covered with an imported lace cloth and entered with an arrangement of snapdragons and Daisy mums in shades of yellow and Green. The Floral arrangement was flanked by Green candles in Crystal candelabra. The punch bowl was encircled with sprigs of Ivy. Summer Flowers in mixed colors were used to decorate other entertaining areas. Assisting with entertaining were mrs. Simon Juska and mrs. William Snyder daughter of mrs. Culver. Guests called Between the hours of 7 30 and 9 . Special guests were mrs. Robert Lewis Abbott and mrs. Herman Bodenheimer mothers of the engaged couple. Miss Bodenheimer and Lewis Abbott of Allentown. Pa., will be married on oct. 14. Debbie Hill feted at Kitchen Shower hotel de Ville Beaune. France was a Many foreign tourists make the mistake of trying to get lodgings in France in the hotel de Ville which turns out to be the City Hall. But Here the situation was reversed. A tourist bus of lady travellers in route for Paris broke Down and every hotel in town was full. Hie mayor promptly sent out a Call for Beds and installed the women in the City Hall. Archdale miss Debbie Hill was entertained at a floating Kitchen Shower at the Home of mrs. John Lewis aunt of the Bride elect on David Street. Co hostesses for the event modern ettes plan supper on sept. 21 mrs. Ray Wagner presided at the meeting of the modern ettes club held at Adams memorial Owca and announced plans for a covered dish luncheon to be held on sept. 21. Members and their guests were invited to attend the luncheon to be held at the Home of mrs. Lewis c. Gardner or. Of 1312 Providence St. A Board meeting was scheduled to be held on sept. 28 at to a m. At the Home of mrs. Ixo on Collins 918 Kingston St. Mrs. Lewis c. Gardner or. Was awarded the door prize. The summer Centrepiece was provided by mrs. Tom Jacobs. Were mrs. Johnny Lewis and her daughters Cheryl and Jennifer the honoree cousins. Cheryl will be an honorary bridesmaid in the sept. 16 wedding of miss Hill and Donald Ray Hill. Jennifer will be a Flower girl. Upon her arrival the honoree was presented a Corsage of White carnations. Refreshments were served from a round table covered with a White lace cloth and entered with an arrangement of mixed Flowers flanked by candelabra with lighted Apricot candles. Punch was served from a bowl encircled with Ivy. A Motif of yellow and Apricot was carried out in the entertaining rooms. The hostesses added an electric hand mixer and ironing Board to the Shower of gifts. Special guests were mrs. Leo j. Hill Mother of the honoree mrs. A. H. Towery her grandmother mrs. J. D. Hill. Mother of the bridegroom elect and mrs. Ray Hill his grandmother. The couple will speak their vows on saturday at 4 . At Archdale friends meeting House. Clarno in see our collection of new arrivals fall dresses Large amp half sire 12 it thru 24 v 26 thru 32 a 38 thru 52 Quot see our a up tall l re a sires 14 it a 24 a a we fit the hard to fit Quot sporting gifts from Zales at sporting prices Hunt will share t h e democratic spotlight with one of Randolph county a miss hate Hammer who will be on hand to present the award to the outstanding democratic woman in Randolph county for 1972. The democratic women who expect to present the award annually Are naming it for miss Hammer who was the first woman in the county and the second in North Carolina to Register to vote. The name of the outstanding woman will be kept secret until the time of the award. The Public is expected to attend the luncheon meeting which will be held at the Asheboro country club at 12 30 . Tickets May be obtained by contacting mrs. Marvin Caviness in Asheboro or mrs. Jake Wagner in Archdale by today. Reservations must be made in Advance. Jim Hunt will be introduced at the meeting by mrs. Tom o Briant first vice president of the democratic women. Mrs. Of Brianti a husband an Asheboro attorney is Hunts Randolph county Campaign manager. A Short business meeting will follow Hunts address with election of new officers to fill a two year term As Tho main order of business. Shirts. Dean Crisp fresh wearing. Cleaners launderers 1670 English re to a. 885-2101 a of Autv amp a Leif phranc �ye5 bouy sensuous Tyes. A Hofson Ivy h Vee firk be Etu is Vien Jpio Oue p we War up flip Uhm Flipi Las Hep Juith a Zowick. If you have a narrow Heel naturalized s combination last is for you of you be Ever had a shoe that slipped off your Tieuel Ever time you took a step you la love naturalized combination last with Heel hugging toe free fit. It s just one of the famous Comfort intr Mill the Rino of St Ourng to at time of the month l or your ring slip off sour Finger Eaily or Rinn it to Pele a by get a Turk below your knuckle during the a of the pre menstrual and menstrual period a a it Tell whether you Are retaining 1uul in the a tem a whip coating Ater that often builds tip due to overtired. Strew during the menstrual stages amazing new x ski. Water pills a a gentle diuretics helps you lose As much As 5 Pound of thin watertight gain. And helps to relieve sad bloating puffiness when Lindy voter retention a Atli Quot your Waist. Thighs Tummy legs Arm. Slav As slim As you Ai ask for a Pri a Wate it Pii. Our guaranties. Of satisfaction or Money a nth let it today at e Iii eckers drug stores Quality shoe store expert shoe fitters 137 s. Main Street downtown High Point now open in Greensboro. Heritage quilts factory outlet a factory owned and factory operated outlet store. Quilted bedspreads also drapes and mattress pads fabulous savings prices Start at on All size twin Itu bedspreads full s89j 1st and 2nd Quality Queen. Mo95 King 1295 heritage quilts factory outlet store t. Phone 292-7505 1906 s. Chapman St. Col is urn shopping Center /4jhillla Greensboro n. Ubi Baylor binoculars 7xt5 Power Center focus coated lenses carry Case 2b High Point Enterprise thursday sept. 14, 1972 mrs. Ivey Speaks Jim Hunt will be speaker at Burbank meet at democratic women meet convenient May a Way twin full Queen King Pamn am pm pocket radio slide Rule dial Battery Power carry strap $9.88 Coats Corduroy fun fur velour fur trimmed Harris Tweed and All weather Coats. Large Ond half size 14 �?T6 -26 i and 40 thru 52. A rain Coats a buy now use our Lay a Way Bank charge cards open Friday nights till 8 . 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