High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Sep 26 1972, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 26, 1972, High Point, North Carolina At initial meeting the hostess for a faculty women a club luncheon and the club president Are in this setting with three new members. Left to right Are mrs. Wilson Rogers hostess mrs. David Hawk president and mrs. Roberts and mrs. Members. Jack Whaley mrs. James Charles Teague new staff photo by Wark Austin faculty wives select programs the Home of mrs. Wilson Rogers on Sherbrook drive was the setting for the annual fall Buffet luncheon of the High Point College faculty women a club. Saturday at noon. Mrs. David Cole and mrs. William Highbaugh were co chairmen of the luncheon and mrs. Roy Epperson. Mrs. Cletus Kruyer mrs. Leo weeks. Mrs. Thomas conally and mrs. L. E. Moody served As hostesses. Mrs. David Hawk. President welcomed and introduced the new members. Copies of the handbook staff and student directory along with the new Constitution were distributed to the group. Suggestions for the following interest groups were presented Book club gourmet cooking. Bridge. Wild Flowers. Sew and Chat arts and crafts Antiques and collectables and a know the triad area featuring visits to Points of interest. Scheduled meetings for the year were announced As follows october a Christmas gifts to make november a covered dish dinner january a guest speaker Jake hams a a treasures in your attic a february a fun and games March a pleasures of Fields and Woods april a Spring fashion show May a business meeting and june a picnic. Vice president of the club is mrs. Roy Epperson and mrs. Garrett at Phi Alpha is speaker rho meet like to was the a what would i change in myself subject for a program Given by mrs. Dwight Garrett at the meeting of Phi Alpha rho sorority on sept. 22 the group met at the Home of mrs. Larry Seaman Lakewood drive. Mrs. Garrett remarked that the grass a often looks Greener on the other Side of the Fence a but most people would choose to be themselves if they had to make a Choice. An open discussion took place at the close of the program. Mrs. Lacy Hunter president conducted the meeting and presented the chapter with a certificate from Beta Sigma Phi International office stating that Phi Alpha rho is a three Star chapter for 1971-72. The chapter has met the social service and cultural members of their sorority life to achieve the distinction. Mrs. Hunter welcomed mrs Jerry Austin and miss Jean Dixon As guests. All members were present in addition to the adviser mrs. Floyd Bosworth who encouraged members to strive for perfect attendance yearbooks were distributed and announcement was made of the City wide preferential Tea to be sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi City Council on miss Grissett feted at weekend events two parties this weekend paid Honor to miss Susan Grissett Bride elect of Curtis Dale Morgan of Jamestown. Her aunts. Mrs. Paul j. Jester and mrs. Bertha High. And her cousins mrs. Bill stack and mrs. May Phillips were hostess at the Shower. Approximately 25 guests called at the Home of mrs stack on Pinegrove drive Between the hours of 7 and 9 p in. Upon arrival the honoree was presented a Corsage of White carnations and the hostesses later added China and Crystal in her chosen patterns to the Shower of gifts. Refreshments were served from a dining table covered with a White Linen cloth and entered with a Crystal punch bowl. Arrangements of Lavender yellow and White mums were used in the dining area and living room. Special guests included mrs. Joseph e. Grissett and mrs w. B. Welborn Mother and grandmother of the Bride elect mrs. Roy g. Morgan Mother of the bridegroom elect mrs. Fred p. Hughes aunt of the honoree and mrs. Pete Schultheiss. Aunt of the bridegroom elect. Miss Grissett and Curtis Morgan will be married on oct. 7 at Lebanon United methodist Church in an afternoon ceremony. Miss Grissett was honoured at a luncheon on saturday at Meyer s Garden room in Greensboro. Hostesses for the event were mrs. A. D. Folger and her daughter Jane of Madison. Upon arrival the honoree was presented a Corsage of Pink Tea roses. The hostesses Laver presented her a Silver tray. Guests were seated at a table covered with White Linen cloth and entered with an arrangement of Pink Tea roses and other pastel Flowers. Special guests included mrs. Joseph e. Grissett t h e honoree s Mother mrs. W. B Welborn and mrs. Fred p. Hughes her grandmother and aunt mrs. Roy g. Morgan Mother of the bridegroom elect miss Kristie Holton and mrs. David Settlemyre. Miss Folger. Miss Holton and mrs. Settlemyre will be bridesmaids in the red 7 wedding of miss Grissett and Curtis Morgan. Been Lester s have you lately buy your class ring in the modern manner at tester s you May design your class ring to your own individual taste. Lester a jewellers 131 South main Street delivery 2 to 4 weeks now serving Trinity or. Amp All other schools town nov. 8 at Jamestown Hall. Members also were reminded of the City Council meeting on oct. La in the Public Library at 7 30 p in mrs. Garrett reminded members of the Rush party to be Given on sept. 28 at 7 30 p. In. For All prospective and new members with mrs. Erie Smith As hostess. She also announced a hayride and cookout for october. Mrs. Marty Adams announced that a bake Sale will take place on oct. 7 from to a. In until 4 p in. At Zaire shopping Center on Westchester drive. Mrs. Erie Smith reported that the service project for october will be a halloween party for Biggs cottage at Mills Home in Thomasville. Review Given for club mrs. H. Irwin Cofield or. Reviewed a Madame a a Book concerning the life of Helena Rubinstein at the meeting of Book league this morning at to of clock. The meeting took place at the Home of mrs a. G Powell fill w. Parkway. Mrs. Coffield told the group that Madame Rubenstein left her Home in Cracow Poland when she was a Beautiful Young girl and went to visit relatives in Melbourne Australia with her one carried a dozen jars of Beauty Cream made from a family recipe. She parlayed the dozen jars using her native intelligence. Imagination and tireless work into a world wide cosmetics Empire which brought her Fame and Fortune. The Story of the late Madame Rubenstein is told by her Young Irish Secretary Patrick o Higgins. Secretary treasurer is mrs. Kruyer. New members present at the luncheon were mrs. Jack Whaley Stephanie who is teaching in the speech and drama dept she came Here from Chapel Hill. She studied in England at the University of Exeter in her Sophomore year. Her interests Are science fiction and socializing. Mrs. Jerry Steele Kitty wife of the director of athletics who is teaching physical education at the College she is Mother of two daughters and is interested in Golf Tennis travel and photography. Mrs. Charles Teague Daune who came Here from Asheville. She is teaching fourth Grade at Hasty school in Davidson county. The Rev. Mrs. Teague is the chaplain and mrs. James Roberts Pama nurse in the coronary care unit at memorial Hospital is the Mother of two daughters. Her interests Are travel sewing and gardening. Or. Roberts is in the Humanick dept. They came Here from Indianapolis ind. The meeting terminated after a discussion of plans for making costumes for the mad Rig Lions this fall. Added attraction Leicester England i was a Ron Hallam has hired strip Star Jane Siddons. 21, to make a topless tour of his 17 betting Parlours. She wears Only High heels a mini skirt and a smile and posts results of horse races on the big betting Board a after the first Shock not Many men notice me a reported miss Siddons. A they Are far too interested in their she is also tired of the obvious feminine comment a what happened love did you lose your shirt with the bookies a new officers were introduced during saturday afternoons meeting of the Young musicians club held in the Home of the Counselor mrs. D. L. Lanier. Leading the group for the coming year will be Libby Brown president Ann Neill vice president Martha Bailey Secretary and Kathryn Patseavouras treasurer. During the business session. A Telephone committee was appointed and program plans made for the year. Following the business meeting. Mrs. Lanier led a discussion on the question a Why do you like your favorite songs a she gave several reasons for preferring certain types and explained that compositions Are enjoyed because of the Melody rhythm beat or Harmony. She said the work May also contain Beautiful or unusual chords be descriptive represent different sounds or set a mood such As gaiety mystery or Calm. The speaker pointed out that a piece might be liked because it is physically fun and technically easy for fingers to play. She asked club members to give other reasons for their preferences. Following the discussion mrs. Lanier conducted a quiz in which answers were musical terms. Playing piano selections were Leigh Mclarty Robin Smith Kathy Sanford and Durant Lewis. At the conclusion of the meeting the hostess served refreshments. It was announced that the next meeting will be held in the Home of Libby Brown. 2502 Guyer St. To Exchange vows Lexington or. And mrs. Forrest Cleveland Owens of route 7 announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Deborah Louise and William Dale Cody son of or. And mrs. William Albert Cody of route 2. The couple will be married on oct. 7 at Macedonia United methodist Church. Miss Owens attended Central Davidson High school and now is employed with Salem co. Of Lexington. She plans to further her education at Davidson county Community College. Or. Cody was graduated from Central Davidson High school in 1968, and is employed with Thomasville furniture industries in Thomasville. Dance classes planned delegates elected to Dac Assembly mrs. George v. Lewis director of Adams dance studios announces that classes in Baton will begin on sept. 30 at the studio. Miss Christi Martin will be instructor for the classes. David Adams will begin classes in ballroom and discotheque dancing for children and adults on sept. 27. Or. Adams formerly was i n charge of dance classes at Fred Astaire studios i n Washington d c. The studio offers classes in tap Ballet toe acrobatics and jazz under the direction of mrs. Benny Phillips and mrs. Lewis. Furs. Delegates to the state Assembly were elected by Springfield chapter of daughters of the american colonists at their meeting on sept. 23 at the Home of Sally Brinson latest arrivals Michelle Elliott or. And mrs. Edward h Elliott of Denton announce the arrival of their daughter. Michelle Rene who was born on sept. 22 at the local Hospital. Mrs. Elliott is the former Ginger Martin of High Point. Terry yate5 or. And mrs. Larry Yates of 123 Gonvick or. Announce the sept. 22 arrival of a son Terry Clark at the High Point Hospital. Mrs. Yates is the former Terry Martin of High Point. David Mcleese or. And mrs. Alfred Mcleese of it. 2, Trinity announce the arrival of a son David Alan. Who was born on sept. 21 at the local Hospital. Mrs. Mcleese is the former Connie Kennedy of Bradshaw of a. Nhy or to lose Neight begin today to Shad ugly fat the natural High protein Vicai Tein Way. This pleasant lasting Tablet contains no dangerous drugs a Only protein vitamins and minerals yet it helps you to Shad pounds the natural common sense Way for Only 31c a Day read the comments from Vic Altein users Balow. Taken from a few of Ute Many unsolicited letters a have received. You too can become the proud slender example of a Vic Altein weight loser in your Community. Why Walt �?�1 really have enjoyed toking i Calton and toting 17 pounds in 6 met let it it 0m North Ciro it 7 was about 7 pounds too heavy and was Able to Raducka to my Daal Rad 123 pounds in 3 weeks Tho i Calton mrs. K. L. Iv., Marietta. Georgia Quot i have used i Calton pills twice before and they do wonders for me. I have recommended them to several of in. Is Tom. Copies of the above letters available upon request from Bell Phr macs corp. Box 1��, Greenville. S c. 22802. Mann drug stores Adams dance studios can a for children and adult 757 North main Street adults form your own class in social dancing and Coll it for a convenient schedule at your desired time. Enrol your pre school child in i int tit Iii kindergarten classes monday thru Friday include top pre Ballet. Acrobatics. Speech and music in addition to the Basic kindergarten training special dance classes at Trinity Grange Hall on saturday afternoon. _ for information All 386-4019 enrol now for Baton Classis or. George v. Lewis pm. 113-1120 with much. Martin mfr any Phi pm re 476-6202 the Assembly is planned to take place on oct. 4-5 at Lake Junaluska. Plans also were discussed for the december meeting which is to take place at the Home of mrs. Nesbitt Caughman. A speaker will be present and prospective members Are to be invited. It was announced that the chapter has contributed Many books to the vow Hospital in Salisbury and items Are collected at each meeting to be Given to the Hospital. Mrs. Robert Laurie Brinson will introduced the dinner speaker mrs. Carl Mcmurray at the Assembly. Following the meeting refreshments were served by the hostess. Williams Flowers a Quality Flowers a professional service 2012 English to pm 882 4161. Cleaned a glazed for sleek new look. Catena ii Ani is launch bibs a a Reinou a in a j io1 carpet cleaning the prof a Ronal von Schrader method Don t scrub the dirt grease and grit into your carpet our machine vacuums it out As it deep cleans the carpet. A approved by Carpel manufacturer e reasonable rate e one in two hour or be Piedmont maintenance co. Phone 883-0483 own a by Jim your Happy shopping store downtown and Westchester mall warm her Winter with a White Stag Teddy Bear of she has to go out into the cold cruel world Send her out in the Teddy bears from White Stag. Lovingly designed in soft colourful All orlon acrylic pile with its own special buttons. In the Teddy Bear Shell find out that it s a pretty Nice world after All. Sizes 3-6x, 24.00. Sizes 7-14,28.00 a by Ltd term Dup it tickets for childrens Carosel now on Sale at elementary schools High Point Enterprise the world of i inlaid Muller. To Amati s he Ito tuesday september 26, 1972. 6-a Young musicians name officers Deborah Louise Owens Owens Cody couple t

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