High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Sep 20 1972, Page 21

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 20, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise wednesday sept. 20, 1972 mrs. Jones Speaks on style and dress vote seeking following Spanish american tradition that a papier mache bag of gifts must be broken mrs. George Mcgovern wife of the democrats presidential candidate wields a mean shaking motion tuesday in Chicago. Children at annunciation Day care Center wait for distribution of the Candy. The bag of gifts is known As a Pinata. A wort Amto police auxiliary plans fund raising project the Home of mrs. Ronnie Money on Woodside Avenue was the setting of monday nights meeting of Delta Iota chapter of Beta Sigma Phi a program was Given by mrs. Steve Jones. Mrs. Joe Wampler announced final plans and arrangements for food preparation for the fall Rush party to be held sept. 30 at the Home of mrs. Eugene Wampler. It was announced that any member who rushes three prospective members who Are also pledged will he awarded a Silver Charm by the International office of Beta Sigma Phi. Chapters which pledge six or More new members will receive a Cash Bonus from International. Mrs. Money appointed each member to a time when she will play the role of Saleslady in Delta Iota a Booth at the Community Bazaar at Westchester mall on sept. 22 and 23. In addition to handmade Craft items members will have Home baked goods for Sale. Service chairman mrs. Tommy Ozment presented plans for a halloween party for the residents of West Chowan cottage at Mills Home in Thomasville. Old fashioned games will be played and refreshments served. Mrs. Bill Chestnutt Wras selected to represent the chapter As Valentine Queen at the annual City wide sorority Valentine dance to be held in february. Dues were collected for the year with members on leave of absence reminded that they Are also responsible for this payment. Following the business session mrs. Jones presented a program on styles and dress. The history of Why clothing was first worn was brought out. Clothing first served As a Protection As an adornment and a Symbol of status much As it does today. A picture display depicting various styles of dress from different countries and different eras was shared with the group. Refreshments were served following the meeting by mrs. Money and mrs. Dampier. Mrs. Bennie Pugh will be hostess for the next meeting on oct. 2 at her Home in Thomasville. This will be a Model meeting to which prospective members will be invited. At wits end7 no one knows what he s talking about october events set by Wayside club mrs. Rachel Pettycord a representative of a housewares company was guest speaker at the meeting of the High Point police auxiliary. The group met at the Home of mrs. 0. H leak on Underhill Street. Mrs. Pettycord showed product samples and discussed the uses the club voted to sell the items As a fund raising project this fall. Mrs. Wayne Hartley conducted the business meeting and plans were finalized for a fall Bazaar to be held at Westchester mall on Friday and Satur a. The social e reported on plans for a Luau to he held in october it a Date to be announced later. Mrs. Leak served refreshments at the close of the meeting. Willshire Woods club planning bake Sale Wiltshire Woods Garden club will sponsor a bake Sale at Eastgate shopping Center on sept. 30 according to plans announced at the group s meeting on tuesday in the Home of mrs Michael Riley. Hours for the bake Sale Are from 1 30 until 4.30 p. In. Home baked delicacies i including cookies Candy and cakes will be offered. During the business session members also discussed plans for another project the Selling of cookbooks. The group projected several latest Long Range endeavour they were asked to select a motto Flower tree and color to represent their club members were urged to participate in the High Point Council of Garden clubs Standard Flower show on get 5 at the Moose Home tickets were distributed to each one. With the request that they sell their quota. Two new members i s. Steve Henderson and mrs. Ted Canup. Were welcomed into the club. Nurses from Page i b this weekend from 2 30-5 30 p. In. Presiding Over the meeting was president. Mrs. Jack Tedder. During the business session it was voted to hold the annual meeting the second sunday of september. Other business included was the installation of the following new officers for the coming year mrs. Eva Mac idol president mrs. Herman Bodenheimer vice president or. C. A. Swain Secretary and mrs. Ervin Elliott treasurer. Nurses and their guests were from Greensboro. Winston Salem. Jonesboro Thomasville. Trinity and High Point. Plans for two october events were among items discussed at the Wayside Garden club meeting held tuesday in the Home of mrs. Henry v. Koonts. During the business session mrs. Worth Ivey announced that the District meeting will he held oct. 12 at the first United methodist Church in Elkin. Program theme will be a having fun with she also told of plans for the Flower show to be Beld oct. 5 at the Moose Home. Members were asked to cooperate by having arrangements and specimens ready for the show. They were also asked to sponsor a luncheon for judges and mrs. C. C. Haworth and mrs. Robert Siceloff were appointed to compose the arrangements committee. Program on Beauty am us a Ven at meeting Wendy Pryor or. And mrs. Harry ice Lor of in. 2, Denton announce the birth of their daughter Wendy Michelle on sept. 16 at High Point memorial Hospital. Sherry Davis the sept. 17 arrival of their daughter. Sherry Marie at the High Point Hospital is being announced by or. And mrs. Ned f. Davis. 1001 Finch ave. Brian Loggins or. And mrs Danny Leggins of 103 Charles St. Are the parents of a son. Brian Shawn born on sept 18 at High Point memorial Hospital. Jason Everhart a son. Jason Allen was Horn on sept 14 at the local Hospital to or. And mrs. Johnny Everhart of route 4, Burton Road Krista Stone or. And mrs. Lloyd Stone of 614 Clover or Are the parents of a daughter. Krista Michele born on sept. 17 at High Point memorial Hospital. A water Pill Quot helps avoid period weighty water bloat lose Pound after Pound of excels body water with gentle fact acting Durex mater pills. Now Piurek medicated heirs to prevent and to re lie e the ure r caused a ramp headaches bark ache puffiness and body bloat. Associated with your premenstrual or menstrual Cycle get Durex water pills at drug counters $3 and $5.50 sizes. A. Eckers drug stores i a tile Bud Beautiful was the topic of discussion when tile Alpha rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met tuesday night at the Home of mrs. Steve Schmidt. Mrs. Schmidt led the chapter discussion with the old saying a Beauty us in the Eye of the therefore it is hard to determine w hat Beautiful really Means. There Are two types of Beauty the mental and the physical. The a mental is the most important it determines How a person feels about himself and his friends and his attitude toward life and its problems she said. A person can he physically unattractive but mentally Beautiful and it makes them Beautiful she remarked a physically Beautiful person who has no mental Beauty does not appear to be Beautiful according to the speaker. Mrs. Schmidt president conducted the business meeting and informed members that Secretary mrs. Richard Roach would not be with the group this year due to attending night school. Mrs. De Hester was elected the new Secretary. Miss Phyllis Morgan Vic president told members of plans for a hawaiian party to be held later this month. Ways and Means chairman mrs. Floyd Bosworth announced that two year planning calendars will be sold this month. She also asked members to be working on their projects for the handicraft Bazaar to be held next year. The next meeting will be held sept. 26 at the Home of mrs. Jerry sea lion. Wednesday 3 30 a beginner swim class 4 15 pm. A advanced beginner swim class 5 . A swim team 7 30 pm. A typing class 7 30 pm a duplicate Bridge 7 30 pm. A lifesaving thursday 9 a in. A preschool dance program 9 30 a m. A needlework 9 30 a m. A Handicap swim 10 140 a m. A Book review 10to a m. A ladies dip 12 30 . A modern ettes a pm credit women 2 30 pm a preschool swim class 3 a preschool swim class 3 30 pm a intermediate swim class 4 15 pm. A swimmers swim class 5 . Swim team 6 30 a Agenda club it was reported that the october meeting will he held with mrs. C. C. Herbert a former member in Charlotte. Mrs j. A Eshelman and her daughter. Helen Bonner Eshel Man will be associate hostesses. Program for the evening was Given by mrs. Ivey. She discussed her trip to the Brunswick town nature Trail which was made in connection with the state convention held in Wilmington in april. This is one of four gardens supported by the state Garden club of North Carolina. It is found on the is Jothern most coast and contains plants and Trees native to that area. Associate hostesses for the meeting were mrs. J. W. Thomas and mrs. S. S. Coe. A covered dish luncheon was held for the 18 members. Arrangements of fall Flowers. All furnished by members of the club. Were used throughout the entertaining area. Special a Tention a called to several specimen of tuberous Begonia brought by mrs. Charles Risch. Book review club meets on thursday Book review club of the Owca will open the 1972-73 season this week with a meeting on thursday in the lounge of Adams memorial Owca. The group will meet at 10 30 a. In. Mrs. C. E. Mounts will review Joseph lash s a Eleanor a her years alone a the Book is an account of the 17 years of her life after Franklin s death. Book review club is a Public service feature of the y. And is sponsored by the adult committee and is open to All people in the Community. Refreshments will be served upon arrival of members and guests. A t to Arfie la w a by a trans world importers Westchester Mau Pmj amp i �oo�5 fresh Coconut cake $189219 Coconut custard pie 99 butter biscuits 39 Gutter Gens 59c- the Sweet Shoppe bakery a i 13 n. Mom St. A Westchester mall a allege Village shopping Comer by Erma Bombeck we have one child who is misunderstood. Literally. From the Day he uttered his first word. A bwe Aba meaning there s a Rainbow around my diaper to present Day no one seems to know what he stalking about. I done to know Why but in a the Only one in the family who can translate. When he was a toddler he stood for hours at his fathers Elbow shouting a me no Nanoo noon and his father would shrug and say a a what she want a a Well what do you think he wants id say irritably. A a he a either telling us the dog hates cold Spaghetti he hates the encyclopedia we bought him or he just swallowed his a the is trying to Tell you he dropped his cookie Down his drawers. I mean How dense can a father be a As he gets older things got worse. A that kid has to have his Mouth fixed a said my husband. A what now a a the just told me he has to know All of his bowels by tomorrow because the teacher is having an English elimination a a a he a always had trouble with his Vas a i said. A that in t All he has trouble with. If he goes around talking like that they re going to put him in a class where he makes recipe holders out of wooden blocks and clothespins All a fall he a Ever tried to do a i sighed a is imitate the rest of the family and he does no to know How to pronounce the words a will say a said his brother. A the told the whole bus the other morning that you were a syndicated a and he told everyone his teacher had hubcaps put on her Teeth so they would look better a said his sister. A and he told a client of mine on the phone the other night that i come to the phone because i was unapproachable. Really something has to be done. At a football game the other night he yelled out a All we need now is one perversion and we win the a a a what a the matter with that a i snapped. A i told him myself one player had a mucilage separation in his shoulder and another was having trouble with his Nymph Eland and with the quarterback having a sensuous shoulder we needed All the perversions we could get a you should have seen my family sit up and look at me. I guess its because i Don t lose my temper too often. Couples give party for Barksdale Dennis couple or. And mrs. J. V. Morgan and or. And mrs. B. C. Fowler entertained this weekend at a Buffet dinner to Honor Marietta Barksdale and Randy Dennis. The dinner was held at the social Calendar wednesday 3 p. M. A mrs. P. C. Futrelle addresses members of the Jamestown Garden club meeting in the Fellowship Hall of Jamestown United methodist Church. Thursday 7 p. In. A High Point area licensed practical nurses meets in the Home of mrs. Raymond Coleman 13 18 Florida St. The event is open to students and lpns. 7 30 p. In. A private duty nurses club meets with mrs. C. A. Brown 1505 Beau rest or. Tome of or. And mrs. Morgan 1001 country club or. In the foyer where the hosts and hostesses greeted guests an arrangement of mixed summer Flowers was placed. The Buffet table in the dining room of the Home was entered with mixed yellow Ami White Flowers in a Silver and Crystal Eperone. Lighted White candles completed the arrangement. Sixteen friends of the couple and the parents of the prospective bridegroom or. And mrs. Kent Dennis were present. Miss Barksdale and or. Dennis will be married on sept. 23 in the Chapel of Wesley memorial United methodist Church. Mazel Williams decorator Mimm american Horal services Welcome new arrivals with Novelty arrangements Ano fresh Flowers from. 4qirs maim i Tel Ltd i 411.jio Quot Ctm a Itji Imi f us of Stoks round the clock panty Hose Sale sept. 20 sept. 30 6 . 2.10 pr., Reg. 2.50 or. Sandal foot sheer to the Waist smooth line Bikini opaque smooth color toe to Waist. 6 . 2.50 pr., Reg. 3.00 or. Room at the top sheer. 6 . 4.20 pr., Reg. 4.95 or. 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