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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 30, 1976, High Point, North Carolina A it High Point Junior league bargain boutique Flea Market 1421 Coventry re. Near Westchester mall furniture glassware toys household articles plants Etc. Big bargains Friday october i to am i youth symphony benefits this House at 1122 e. Morehead St., decorated by twelve leading . Designers is open through oct. To proceeds will be used by the youth symphony of the Carolinas and the i school concerts program sponsored by the women a Assn. Rural health Center affects lives of Many by Carolyn Portier Gorman Hapel Hill a to going on 72 years and she was the first one to give me a shot. I it had arthritis for years. Said Charlie Martin. A Rural North Carolina Tanner Quot but last Winter she gave one a shot in my shoulder and that was the first shot of any Type i be Ever had a must be some kind of record. Martin is referring to his experience with nurse practitioner Dee Everhart who works m the year old Rural health clinic serving the Community of Westfield. 30 Miles North of Winston Salem. 12 Miles East of mount airy on the Surry Stokes county line the people of Westfield Are Farmers or workers in nearby furniture clothes and hosiery factories a few commute to Winston Salem to work at the tobacco Plant there four years ago is. Everhart began driving to the Westfield fire station twice a week to see patients her office a Mobile Van equipped with an examining room and an office for years Westfield citizens had been trying to convince her husband or Carlton Everhart of mount airy to move his practice to West yield. Which had no physician i nurse to serve the 1.500 families there and in sur rim inting communities in a in mile radius extending Over the North Carolina state line to Seward a we did that Tor two years a Tore the clinic was built. Int we lost our shirts on the Leal is Everhart said tile patients paid in Cash for each visit but we did t charge them for overhead costs such As Gas and maintenance of the unit i guess if i bad been Able to come to Westfield five Days a week instead of two we would have made it at the tune Everhart was also a member of her husband s medical staff now she and two local non medical staff members operate a modern clinic with two examining rooms two offices a Large sunny wailing room and a Large glassed in receptionist Secretary office the West Field Community clinic opened in april 1975 with the assistance of the office of Rural health services n the \ c dept of human resources gov Hulshouser established the office in 1973 and since that time 13 of 17 Rural health clinics staffed by nurse practitioners have opened in communities throughout the state the Success of the North Carolina Rural health program will be discussed at the Southern Rural health conference Ort 10-12 in Nashville. Ten along with other methods being used throughout the South to deliver better health care to Rural areas the coherence is sponsored by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill the Southern regional Council in Atlanta and the National Rural Center in Washington d c. In North Carolina nurse practitioners Are certified to work in Rural clinics As Long As they have a backup physician located in a nearby town who is always available by phone for consultation. The physician also handles All serious problems is Everhart cares for inpatients primary health care problems such As preventative health care measures cuts and bruises colds and flu physical exams Oktis prenatal and Well baby care minor infections and monitoring the health problems of the aged last year she successfully diagnosed a brain tumor in one of her patients and referred him to a neurosurgeon in Winston Salem. Is. Everhart s backup doctor is Hor husband her daily schedule begins at 7 15 . When they discuss the charts of patients she will see that Day. By 8 o clock she is at North Surry Hospital. 30 minutes from Westfield where she is a member of the staff and had Complete privileges to the Hospital Laboratory she picks up lab reports Tor tests on patients seen a Day or t to before and arrives at the Westfield clinic by 9 o clock the clinic i open from 9 . To4pm each Day except wednesdays when the clinic closes at noon four nights a week Everhart attends classes at Winston Salem state University where she is studying for a b a in applied science Caroline at fights a whip of hair blows Over her face As Caroline Kennedy arrives at new Yorkus Yankee stadium tuesday night to watch the heavyweight championship bout Between Muhammad Alt and Ken Norton. The daughter of the late president John f Kennedy is escorted by an unidentified Friend a wire photo Charlotte the Charlotte symphony women a Assn. Is sponsoring a symphony american society of Interior designers House featuring rooms decorated by twelve leading . Designers the White framed. A shaped two Story House with Green tile roof located at 1122 e. Morehead St. Is open to the Public through oct. To. A Tea room with informal modelling of fashions from leading Charlotte stores a boutique with handmade items a special Bicentennial presentation quilt a doll sized replica of the designer House and a Garden shop Are additional features of the designer House. Music by Meibers of the youth symphony will be played on sunday afternoons. From la . Until 2 . Coffee Tea and lunch will be served in the Tea room hot and cold soups salads sandwiches and desserts will be served. The menu will be changed each Day. A design lecture series will be presented from 9 30 until 10 30 . On monday by designers Michael h. Cooper. A.s.i.d., William e. Mcgregor ., and Edward h Springs . The Cost of the lectures is $2. The House is open from to a in. Until 4 pm monday through saturday sundays from 2 until 5 . And thursday evenings from 7 30 . Until 9 30 . Tickets Are available at the door or from the symphony office at 511e Morehead St. Charlotte n a 28202. Special guided Tours will be offered by Advance reservations for clubs and other groups. Proceeds from the project will go to the youth symphony of the Carolinas and the in school concerts program sponsored by the women a Assn when it was built in 1917, the House on the Corner of a Odds ton and e Morehead ext was the Only House on the Block the Dilworth area was emerging then and Charles Campbell Coddington contracted to build a House for his Young family. C c Coddington had come to Charlotte from new Jersey attracted by a Carolinas Buick Dis crib Etc ship that was open at the time. He married a Greensboro girl Marjorie Lyon having first seen her sitting on the Back of a fire truck. Coddington Buick business partner Lee a. Folger also chose a Greensboro girl to marry and by the mid twenties the folgers had completed their House next door in 1926 the House began its history of varied owners. Odds ton traded properties with the James b. Duke family who the same year sold it to a Nash dealer. Armistead Burwell who lived there during the depression years. Electric heat sown insulator new fuse bin additional outlets Sears Hectric co. Cau imy Oft a kit to m he a win. A a a a. The Roy l. Goodes purchased the House in late 1939. Or Goode a contractor remodeler the House completely spending $10,000 to relay the tile roof. New englander Jerry Huber and his family added Tiffany and czechoslovakian chandeliers to the living and dining room areas during the four years they lived in the House a from 1944 to 1948. In 1948 the Lee kidneys began their Long term residency in the House. As City and commercial realtor for Over 30 years. Or. Kinney entertained Many Charlott eans annually at a mid april Garden party on the Back Lawn of his Home. Other social events there during the Kinney years included family weddings and Many wedding receptions. A granddaughter was married on the Back Lawn in May. Mrs. Kinney now resides at the Charlotte House her husband having died last october. Thomas g. Williams of associated insurance agencies inc., has recently bought the House and plans to House his insurance business there while living in the Carriage House which he has converted from the original three car garage behind the main House. Or. Williams anticipates virtually no Interior changes except for some partitioning on the second floor. The House which was modelled on the plan of Marjorie Lyon Coddington s ancestral Home the Eliot farm House in Carlisle pa., contains 12 rooms with 12-foot ceilings and Green roof tiles imported from Europe. The double door Entrance opens to a 28 x 30 foot living room area with a Green Marble fireplace prominently entered on the far Wall. On each Side of the fireplace Are Glass paned double doors opening to the Back portico with its two Large support columns the two 18-paned front windows measure eight feet in height from floor level at extremities of the a moving left front counterclockwise Are music room dining room Kitchen and morning room a the 1920 s term for Sun room. Of special interest adjoining the dining room is the Butler s pantry featuring a tall ladder attached to a room encircling Library rail at the upper shelf level. At far left. A Broad circular staircase with Midway Landing leads from the living room area to the second floor. All five bedrooms and sleeping porch Are located on the second floor of the tour and a half Bath House. The Back staircase As Well As stairs to the full basement Are located near the Kitchen Wing designers who assisted in preparing the House include from Charlotte Dorothy Baker Billings Chaytor m Blalock. Michael h Cooper Mary Ann Ham mend William pm Mcgregor. George w. Pitman. Summit ?. Mitchell s Mobil a porcelain on aluminium 6 i so cooker like having a live in cook1 5 heat settings adjust tot All Day or Short term cooking just set and forget. Butter scotch stoneware look exterior Glass cover fired Ort no stick Interior pot removes from base for easy cleaning. Removable Stow away Cord. 5267 we Point Jamestown hardware 18 to sell a limit i per customer available High Point store Only not Roi condition for woh amp we of Yang natural body tot styling the autumn styling mood is Short and shaped yet full of motion ready for action sometimes in a Loose and easy Way. Sometimes with after five sophistication. Sometimes on a frivolous kick and now All of fairs favorite looks Are yours a All in one Perm a totally new and different Perm As your nose will Tell you. With totally new and different results As your eyes will Tell you. You la see and feel natural condition natural body natural support All from form 3 by Helene Curtis. It gives you Complete versatility for whatever style you want whenever you want it. That 3-dimensional styling a so Price with or without Cut $44 natural Tup oort Tor roller it a trying contemporary style amp Cut Reg. 10� now $8 now thru next thu8sady 885 5223 885-5611 609 w. Burton ave just Botross from Zaire Helen Smith a Annette Kepley a grog Stone Becky Jenkins famous Trivette studio Quality work Friendly sir Vlf reasonable priors thursday Friday saturday sunday sept. Oct. 30th 1.2-3 8x10 living color portraits portrait 8 Flo 6rrtcooty alar older children and adults Only groups invited Only �?T1.00 por subject. Choose from finished pictures. Oro special per family children free Tia Psi married free couples photographer hours thurs. Fri. I sat. 11 00 pm until 7kx . Sunday i p. To 5 p. All portraits in Stere on week ofter production. Family groups $100 per person 2b High Point Enterprise. Thursday september 30. 1976 designer House open in Charlotte

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