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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 17, 1974, High Point, North Carolina X assistance from chairman Nancy Greenway chairman of and Baptist Center will staff a clothing volunteers assists a youth in fitting a distribution building As a part of their jacket. The american red Cross in Volunteer work in the Community cooperation with the Urban ministry staff photo by Mark Austin in ii i if la pm ii 11 High Point Enterprise the world of Adelaide Wendler. Women s editor tuesday september 17, 1974page 6a guest artists perform for musical Art club a new member was welcomed and a musical program was presented at the meeting of the musical Art club on monday evening at the Home of mrs. R. I. Quigley on Robin Hood Road. Jeanne Montgomery introduced the soloists who included mrs. Hubert Mccain vocalist mrs. Boyd fouls violinist and Lindsay Odom pianist. Accompanied by mrs. Ted Schubert mrs. Mccain Sang a Che Faro Senna euridices from a a orfeo by Gluck and a mein rub 1st hmm by Hoffman. Mrs. Mccain and her daughter Lynn Sang two selections from a music Mann by Meredith Wilson a lid Rose and a goodnight. My Fine arts department takes tour of station mrs. Fouls and or. Odom presented a eighteenth variation by Rachmaninoff Kreisler a a grave by Kreisler a a summertime and a a woman is a sometime things from a a porgy and by Gershwin Heifitz and rumanian Folk dances by Bartok Szekely. Gerald Carter accompanied by Sylvia Carter led the members in the hymn of the month a Saviour again to thy dear name we members of the Fine arts department of the High Point w Oman a club were taken on a tour of the Channel 8 television station when they met on Friday at the Home of mrs. H. L. Hauser of 204 Westridge or. In presenting the tour miss ruffle Queen Community affairs coordinator for Channel 8, discussed the Many areas which go into making a program before it is finally viewed by the Public. She described briefly the functions of the various departments which Are sales promotion programming production engineering Art and news and stressed that each was equally important in its role in preparing the finished product for the screen. Luau plans finalized plans for the hawaiian Luau to be sponsored by women of the Moose on sept 28 were finalized by members of the organization at their meeting on monday evening at the Moose Home on North main Street Grace Kropira senior Regent conducted the meeting. She reminded members of the convocation to be held at the Greensboro trudge on oct. 27, and urged members to make plans to attend it was announced that the next meeting on oct. 7 will be the Christmas in october event which is held annually. A Hie meeting will take place at the Moose Home. She explained that Many Public services Are offered with free time being Given for Community events such As announcements appeals and notices. Miss Queen is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she majored in radio television film and political science. She has been with the local station since september of 1971. Mrs. Neal Lancaster chairman conducted the business session. Mrs. C. G. Mackintosh reported on plans for the trip to Washington. and told of some of the activities in store for those club members who will be making the trip. Activities include attending a performance at the Kennedy Center for the performing arts being received at the White House and attending a Tea at the Headquarters of the National federation of women s clubs. Plans Are being finalized for the november trip. Preceding the program members were served a Buffet luncheon in the dining area. The table was covered with a Linen cutwork cloth and entered with a bouquet of mixed summer Flowers in a Silver bowl. Mrs. By e. Younts gave the invocation associate hostesses for the meeting were mrs. Worth Ivey and mrs. Jack Dickinson. For the october meeting the group will meet with mrs. R. B Culler or. Of 1223 Westwood ave red Cross interviewing prospective volunteers the local chapter of the american red Cross has announced the following hours for interviewing prospective Volunteer workers. Adults wishing to Volunteer will be interviewed today until 5 of clock and again from 7 until 8 30 . This evening. Hours on wednesday Are from to . Until 5 . Interview sessions Are also planned sept. 24 from to . Until 5 . And from 7 . Until 8 30 . The sept. 25 session is from to . Until 5 pm. Persons interested in volunteering for any Branch of red Cross work Are requested to Call the chapter House for an appointment. Interviews for youth volunteers will be held at the chapter House Friday from 9 30 . Until 5 . And on saturday from i until 3 . Interested youths Are asked to Contact their school guidance Counselor to make an appointment. In their Volunteer drive Sunset Garden club discusses Trees mrs. Quigley conducted the business meeting and mrs. Schubert welcomed Ralph Miller a new member. Refreshments were served in the dining room of the Home at the conclusion of the program and meeting by the Host committee mrs. I. L. Lanier mrs. N. E. Ridge mrs. Wilbur Currie miss Marie Burnette Jim Lowe and Fielding Kearns. Mrs. W. T. Powell poured punch. Study club has picnic members of the Friday morning music study club had their annual picnic on Friday in the Home of mrs. Stewart Stone or. Co hostesses for the event were mrs. Gordan b. Arnold and mrs. Ralph Brooks or. The business session was conducted by the president mrs. By c. Luedtke. She called attention to the program for the coming year which were arranged by mrs. Robert Herman and mrs. Stone. A Welcome was extended to mrs. Gerald Carter a new member. Yearbooks were compiled by mrs. Ralph Brooks and it was announced that mrs r t. Amos and mrs Charles can airy will compose the nominating committee for the coming year. Mrs. Percy Payne was welcomed As a guest. Mrs. T. R. English presented a program on famous and favorite Trees when members of the Sunset Garden club met on Friday morning at the Home of mrs. E. W. Auman in Trinity. Mrs. J. L. Darr was hostess in absent a and mrs. T. S. Bouldin assisted mrs. Auman in serving refreshments to the members present. Mrs. English told of Many different types of Trees in the world and in the area and also How Trees throughout the world have been associated with historical events religious beliefs and superstitions. She added that there Are Many Trees in our state which Are famous such As the old live Oak in Hilton Park in Wilmington the oldest Holly tree in the . Which is located in Pamlico county and the Davie Poplar on the Campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Mrs. Howard Younts told of a tree near her Home which has initials carved in it of some of the students of old Trinity College which was formerly located in Trinity. Mrs. Shelley York president presided Over the business meeting. She announced that a gift will be made to Springfield friends meeting House in memory of mrs. T. P. Richardson a latest arrivals Teresa Loflin or. And mrs. Jerry Wayne Loflin of route 3 in Denton announce the birth of their daughter Teresa Lynn on tuesday in the Albemarle Hospital. Miss Loflin was the former Daynese Loflin of Denton. Kobert Hill 111 or. And mrs. Robert f. Hill or. Announce the birth of their son Robert f. Hill Iii on sept. I in Durham. Mrs. Hill is the former Cindy Hightower of Trinity. Lawson Deaton Iii a son Lawson Alexander Iii was born on sept. 14 at the High Point memorial Hospital to or. And mrs. Lawson Deaton or. Of 107-g Northgate it. Mrs. Deaton is the former Dotty Pooser of Marion Stacy Sechrest or. And mrs. Joe Sechrest of 926 Liberty re. Are the parents of a daughter Stacy Lynn born on sept. 13 at the local Hospital. Brian Sancher or. And mrs. Gary r. Sancher of 1919 Middlewood it announce the sept. 14 birth of their son Brian Nash at the High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Sancher is the former Gerry Mathis of Durham. I forever yours. I it dding gown pro Tivod Hanifi thing sictjs�r4 cleaners launder is we Ngi ish Titi Guilford optical co. A free parking a enter from main St. Next to building Telephone 885-2647 serving thit Atma Tine 1947. Largo Atli town la lot fathom in from let it till your neat pro unction Tai glottal 654 North main St four registered opticians to serve you Jack Southerland Hoyt Wilson Aubrey Bowman 17 a Garland Pugh former member of the club who recently died. Mrs. English distributed material for the 1974-75 yearbooks. Mrs. Auman reported that work is continuing on the club project on the Trinity senior High Campus As is work on the Highway plot maintained by the club. The budget for the year was presented by mrs. C. J. Morgan and was approved. An exhibit of gourds was displayed by mrs. W. J. Frazier horticulture chairman. Mrs. Vernon peace was recognized As a guest. Social Calendar tuesday 7 . A a memorial to the late mrs. James Fate is made at the meeting of the country Garden club at the Home of mrs. Charles Carmichael of 908 old Winston re. 7 . A members of the High Point dental assistants society meet at the Golden b restaurant. 7 . A the Pilot club meets at the Sheraton hotel for a program presented by the Community service committee. 7 . A Westview Flower club meets with Ruth Williams at Astor dowdy towers and a covered dish supper and business meeting. Wednesday 8 30 . A the Home and Garden club meets in blowing Rock at the summer Home of a member. 10 . A mrs. Glenn Ward is hostess for the meeting of the Pine Hill Garden club. 1 30 . A out our Way Garden club meets with mrs. D. B. Wright of 3425 Corvair drive in Oakview. Thursday 11 30 . A Willow Creek country club is the setting for the luncheon meeting of the furniture City woman a club. 2 30 . A mrs. Etta Wischum is the hostess at her Home on 223 w. Ray St for the meeting of the Good deed club. 6 30 . A the wooden spool chapter of the american business women a Assn. Meets with or. And mrs. James Johnson on Shadow Valley re. For a dinner meeting 7 30 . A the High Point area licensed practical nurses meet at the Guilford county health dept. Building on Mon lieu ave. 7 30p m. The High Point private duty nurses meet with mrs. Rebecca Surratt of 703 memorial Park or. In Thomasville. The local chapter is urgently needing workers in their newly established clothing distribution Center. Ernestine Amos is in charge of this program. Scheduled to open oct. 7, the clothing House will service requests channelled through the Urban ministry the Baptist Center and the red Cross in the High Point area. It will be based in the scout hut located behind the Urban ministry building. Hours will be from la . Until 3 . Monday through b riday and tentative plans Are to keep the Center open on thursdays until 6 30 . The first week in october will be spent transferring clothing from the sponsoring agencies sorting and sizing the Stock. Persons wishing to receive clothing from this program will be asked to use the inter Agency referral form and Only those persons approved by the sponsoring agencies will be serviced. The clothing distribution Center is one of the Many programs staffed by red Cross volunteers. Other programs include Bloodmobile Hospital Bookmobile school assistance and presbyterian Home. Newlyweds Liza Minnelli and Jack Haleyjr. Are shown emerging from Al Montecito presbyterian Church in Montecito calif., following their double ring wedding ceremony performed by judge John Griffin. A Wirt holi Susan Price honoured at bridal luncheon miss Susan Price and her Fiance Carl Clawson jr., were entertained at a luncheon on sunday Given by or. And mrs. John n Cynthia Davis feted at afternoon Tea Cynthia Davis Bride elect of Steve Wall was honoured at a Tea on saturday afternoon. Hostesses for the event were mrs. Bill fagg or. And her daughter in Law mrs. Bill fagg Iii. Approximately 40 guests called Between the hours of 2 Edwards and 4 . At the Home of mrs. Bill b agg or. On Roc Spring Road. Upon her arrival the honoree was presented with a Corsage of White daisies and gifts of China in her chosen pattern. Refreshments were served from the dining table which was covered with a White i Linen and lace cloth and v Arn e entered with Silver candelabrum with per Guettes filled with mixed summer Flowers. Arrangements of greenery ferns caladium and a. I begonias were used j�?opy0j, a a p0q throughout the entertainment area. Special guests include the Bride elects Mother and grandmother mrs. W. H. B Reeman of Albemarle and mrs. G. Van Stephens of Raleigh and the bridegroom elects Mother and grandmother mrs. James Wall and mrs. P. G. Wall of Walnut Cove. Is. Davis and or. Wall will wed on oct. 5 at the Home of the brides parents in Albemarle. Fat overweight Odri nex can help you become the trim slim person you want to be. Odri nex is a tiny Tablet and easily swallowed. Contains no dangerous drugs. No starving. No special exercise. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. Odri nex has been used successfully by thousands All ova the country for 15 years. Odri nex plan costs $3 25 and the Large Economy size $5 25. You must lose ugly fat or your Money will be refunded by your druggist. No questions asked. Accept no sub i statutes. Sold with this guarantee by Chilton. Miss Price was presented with a Corsage of daisies when she arrived. Arrangements of yellow and White pompous and Gyp soph la accented with greenery entered the tables. Green place Mats and yellow napkins were used on the tables. Special guests included or. And mrs. Carl Clawson parents of the bridegroom elect and miss Beth Clawson sister of the bridegroom elect from Greenville . Also present were or. And mrs. Edmund Wesley Price jr., parents of the Bride elect. Miss Price received a gift of Crystal from her hostess and Host. The wedding of miss Price and or. Clawson will be an event of oct. 27 at Green Street Baptist Church. Cover up fashion designers Are favouring longer length fall skirts with a Long drink of Boot coming to meet them. Miss Carole Edwards Bride elect of Ronnie Gibson was honoured at a miscellaneous bridal Shower on saturday evening at Laurel Hill Baptist Church in Laurel Hill. Hostesses for the event were mrs. Ruth Gibson and mrs. Grady Davis. Upon her arrival the honoree was presented with a Corsage of White carnations. Guests were invited into the Fellowship Hall where they were served refreshments from a table which was covered with a Green cloth overlaid with lace and entered with an arrangement of White daisies flanked by candelabrum. Special guests included mrs. Herbert Edwards and miss Marcia Edwards Mother and sister of the honoree mrs. Marshall Gibson and miss Elizabeth Ann Gibson Mother and sister of the bridegroom elect and mrs. Nell Goodwin grandmother of the bridegroom elect. Miss Edwards and or Gibson will wed on get. 5 at Green Street Baptist Church. E s t e r is irs Rirs soy your Clon ring in Tho modern manner ii a 4 Flowers for All occasion High Point a loading Florist Grace Flower shop Mont to n n��4 phone ii 400s and ?.117 open 6 30 to 6 30one hour Tim most in oat cleaning for our customers who missed our sunday 1/2 Price and. A a triad air charter a division of Paul h. Gibson leasing co., inc. Faa approved Piper Aztec passenger cargo Day amp night from High Point Greensboro Winston Salem Box 129, Trinity no. Phone 4312120 Good Only at one hour martial Ling bring this Coupon with clothing and receive 1/2 off All dry cleaning on tues., wed., amp thurs., sept. 17, 18, 19 offer Good with Coupon Only this Coupon also Good at Bubba s Presto clean Eastgate 5 Points 5 shirts Only 1.50 3 locations a 235 englith re baud Anderson Drun o Fairfield Plaza j�_�406_nmoin St band Var pay drive in

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