High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Sep 30 1976, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 30, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Talon zippers Duprice Mccall patterns i Price Baggie Crow owner of the Only Earth presented the program at t he meeting it the Emery Wood Forest Harden club held on tuesday with mrs Bobby g. Davis of Ashley Avenue mrs. Crow emphasized the importance of natural elements in nutrition and in gardening she urged the group to choose tools wisely avoiding artificial additives and a ing fresh vegetables As much As possible. Mrs Crow reminded the club to put Back into the soil what they took out of it by using compost piles and mulches. She discussed the relationship Between poor nutrition and psychological problems and recommended the use of Vitamin therapy fat Good general health. Mrs Birger Rasmussen president conducted the meeting i emotions were Given by mrs. Vav. Douglas lain chaplain. Mrs. Tom Mason was welcomed As a guest. Members voted to Plant a Fig tree in the Entrance of Northwood school. They were reminded that Chris i i r e n e. Landscape designer will speak on making the most of your space on jct. 12 at Wesley memorial i piled methodist Church or Hill Phim Imi Pkim the world of Adelaide Winder women s editor thursday september 30. 1976. Section b letter writers recording history Book league told Jane Soine Reli of the presbyterian Home presented a program for members of the Book league when they met tuesday morning in the Home of mrs. Cletus Kruyer 2 10 Shadow Awn dr., Jamestown a Phi Beta Kappa. Miss Sumerell opened her remarks by declaring that she has spent a lifetime pursuing the Semi Colon she discussed lives of great letter writers from the year 1660 to the turn of this Century. Stating Quot a letter is one s own talk on paper Quot and Quot keys open chests while letters open breasts Quot the speaker noted that a letter reveals the personality of the writer More than a diary portrait or biography. Miss Sumerell said letters Are a source of history. A prime record of the social situation and manners of a Given period. The speaker stated that the Paston family England wrote Hoo letters to one another Over a 100-year period revealing the lilt Anc customs of the times in one instance mrs. Baston wrote to her sons instructor at Cambridge Quot if my son will not study Belash him Quot in another instance. Mrs Paston wrote her husband to get her something Nice for neck so she would not have to borrow her cousins device Thomas Gray. Horace Walpole Benjamin Disraeli. John and Abigail Adams Cady Mary Wortley Montague of the 18th Century Jane Welsh Carlisle. Charles Lamb and Mark Twain were among the famous letter writers discussed mrs c. T Latimer or told of Susanna Wesley known to have written her Large family of children at a Given time each week mrs Irving cot Field told of a special letter written by a Book league member. At the time of the episcopal Church Candle Sale. Mrs Charles fiddling had received a Gadget needed for their Candle Sale that she could not decipher she dashed Oil a witty yet frustrated letter to the manufacturer asking How to make the Dingess work. Mrs. Wirsching received a treasured response from the manufacturer and a satisfactory work Tor their project. Or Charles Eugene mounts stated that 18th Century letter writ my contributed to the Art of the novel that Cicero wrote prolific letters that had to be carried by a personal slave on a sea voyage i or. Mounts treasures a Short but personal note irom Robert Frost framed and hanging in his study miss Sumerell pleaded with the group to do their part m seeing that writing does not become a lost Art. Miss Sumerell was born in Kowan county the daughter of a country doctor. She received her education in Public and private school an undergraduate degree at unc a. And a master s Al Columbia she had further studies Al the in University of California lived in London and travelled abroad she taught in the Public schools of North Carolina Tor ten years then at Ber Alma mater. Unc i for 40 years Ber emphasis w As on writing and literature with special consideration for Chaucer and Emily Dickinson assistant hostess with mrs. Kruyer was mrs. William Creech mrs. Percy idol presided at the Buskens meeting and a schedule for the meeting year was presented. Guests included mrs. Warner Lewis jr., mrs. Powell mrs Latimer and or. Mounts the guest speaker was introduced by a mrs mounts Maggie Crow gives tips on nutrition to Emerywood club Large table assorted knits hours mon., tues., wed., amp 9 30 a m 6 of p. Thurs. A Fri. 9 30 a m 9 00 a reflections by Donald Mcadoo and Carol Mcadoo with Forward by Andy Griffith a presentation of the Art and history of the North Carolina outer Banks Call orders to strata than s books Eue sri to the South High Point St. Greensboro 213 n. Main St. 885-2079 sorority news to give lecture demonstration Dixie Burris Browning North Carolina water Florist will be in High Point oct. La As guest educator in an event sponsored by the High Point Fine arts Guild. The session will begin at 7 . In the main gallery of the High Point theater and exhibition Center. Fine arts Guild plans event at High Point theater Dixie Burns Browning Well known n. C. Water Florist will be guest educator for the High Point Fine arts Guild on get la at 7pm in the main gallery of the theater and exhibition Center. W inner a i 23 awards is b a owning is a lecturer demonstrator. Juror teacher a rib co founder of Art gallery originals in Winston Salem. She was the first president of the n. C Watercolour society past president of associated artists of Vav Inston Salem. And listed in the 1976 edition of who s who in american Art Quot her works Are included in the collections of a cab Wachovia Bank and Trust. Mary Reynolds Babcock foundation. Int Egon corp., Baptist school of nursing the i. S. Coast guard museum in new London conto name a few. Is. Browning will be doing a lecture and demonstration on Watercolour for the Guild meeting j like the immediacy of Watercolour spontaneous. Extemporaneous Small glimpses of a larger Giris in action Honor Ca thy therrell at Shower ithe therrell Bride elect of Roy bless was honoured wat Elday evening at a Unis Chlan Haj Shower Given by members of girls in action at Conrad memorial Baptist Church the event was held As it part of their regular meeting Al the Church miss Merrell has served As Leader of the girls group for tile pay a two years hour tet a girls were in attendance at the event presiding at be refreshment table and participating in the party. The a colors of red and pro old were carried out in decorations throughout the entertaining area. Miss therrell and or. Pless will speak their marriage vows in a nov. 20 ceremony at Conrad memorial Baptist Church y offers self defense the Owca is Oiler my a course in self detente for women the course will include tips on How to Del end yourself against a would be attacker the class begins monday at the Owca at 7 to p in. Lou Wagner will serve As instructor. Further information May he obtained by contacting the Owca. Truth that sometimes occur in spite of All the artist can do. Says is. Browning this program is part of the Art education Extension service offered by the High Point p i be Art Guild refreshments will be served and the program is free to the Public latest arrivals Ryan twombly or and mrs. Dale twombly announce the birth of their son Ryan Dale on sept 2 7 at gape fear Hospital to Wilmington. Or. Twombly is the former Becky Terry of High Point. Emily Hrabak hex and mrs. Godfrey 1 Jarabak at Hoh a Centennial announce the birth of a daughter. Emily Kathrine Boda. Sept 27 at the High Point memorial Hospital mrs Jarabak is the former Phyllis Hod a of Granite City. I $0/ c to t j of melt it Eta my Kim Cooke presented a program on Folk music when members of Eta my chapter Beta Sigma Hal sorority met monday evening in the Home of Maria Adams. Cooke Sang Fol k songs from the past and present. In his presentation he gave Briel reviews of each song telling when it was popular and the Illust vies of that Era Cathy Cooke and Kay wooden were in charge of the program is. Adams conducted the business Sest a Ion est in Pope. Membership chairman denounced that Friendly ventures will meet in her Home. In wednesday to discuss final plans to re activate the Phi a1pba rho chapter the first activity will begin jct t also in her Home members selected Debbie Carpenter to represent them in the International Valentine Queen test. H was announced that the next meeting we be held bet la in the Home of Ray Cotting Fum is and is Adams will present the program. Phi bet a sigm \ j Tan younger of Lakeside Lawn and Garden Center gave on the care of House plants when members of Fri Beta Sigma sorority met tuesday evening in the Home of Joanne Blair in Jamestown mrs younger displayed a collection of a use plants and explained the Light requirements a in i care of each she suggested to it Tel plants to use in specific areas of the borne including a Bath with no windows Ibe speaker Lse gave instructions on watering cutting hat a plants and general care she was introduced by Tom Hill during the business session conducted by the president love Hayne plans were made to hold a Model meeting get 12 for possible rushers order books also Given to members with instructions to turn in their stationery orders by Dot 2> flans were announced Tor a hayride arum Wiener roast in Dot 23 the event will begin at 7 p in at the borne of mrs Hill Baptie arb toys were distributed no secret Sisters were revealed secret Sisters were a frown Tor the new year Alpha kilo Maggie Row it i he Only Earth prs it it Kyj a program on nutrition Tor Alpha Tittio Chaplet diet amp Sigma Fhi when i group met with Jane Beijes her Home in i an Terburg mrs Crow said Kat additives in food to Ltd Tus a person sad anlage nutritionally the group to �1 As Manv organically grown i ads possible and recommended steaming vegetables to leave color and crispness in snacks she said should to whole Grain cereals and it eed it such As pumpkin and >un1�wer during the business session the following v visitors were welcomed Burkic Vicks a transferee tr<i11 Danville a Marilyn Eddie anti Jean Hagan a Hen met mar was elected Valentine Queen. She will be crowned at the Beta Sigma Phi Valentine dance in february to Howard Johnsons in Greensboro Jane bar j is int reduced an imaginary train t rip on the yellow Hose express Carol Jordan in a sad in a conductor s outfit narrated a map was drawn with 16 stations represent Tig each member and the trip was illustrated with to a it trains Mountain try lit was Given by is Harj is v a hey it learning by Margaret Padgett an it i plans Friend snip1 by Cindi Brad Brook during the social hour is Jordan gave to a a a member a Kilt of appreciate in to a their serving in her wedding to Jack Green on sat inlay is Harjes was honoured with a Houseward Yhtier i he next meeting will be at the Home Utho dbl Kurz in Willow Creek mtlber8 were his a to carpool from Northwood school. The program Iii Given by Kathy Ledbetter and Angeline White Alpha Psi several new it in ers Werc announced when Alpha Psi chapter Epsilon Sigma Alpha int. Met a Shirley it Eyer. President conducted the bids uss ses Sion and announced the following officers mrs Guy Vandiver Secretary Abd publicity chairman Meta Kulm treasurer and a ii Ida Holmes educational chairman miss Holm 1 a Transfer from Beta lot captor in Winston Salein piano teachers hear plans for festival Betty Hunt Pitts and Helen Mae mired discussed plans for the piano Tes Tivai or members of the Hitti Point piano teachers Assn when they met tuesday morning at the Home of Agnes Louise Owen Beld nov. 16 it mrs Allied the Home of will the local associate0 sponsor the upcoming event representative selections from the festival list were performed by Sonja Tomlinson and Barbara Crowder Kathryn Gloyd president conducted the business session which followed the program Diane Owen. Vice president gave a summary of die program for the veer mrs Tomlinson recital chairman announced plans for the december student recital the next meeting Wall be Betty writes inn i pfc it Ard 13, holds a letter from Betty Ford if which the Wile of the president backed the girl in Hei efforts to play on a football team with boys a wire photo a Buffet dancing Dine and dance to Quot Gold Rush Quot saturday oct. 2 formerly entertained at lancers Gate the Dill phone 886-7121 i 20 i b Green drive i my values i Avi Ngsi Val Jeh i it savings heavyweight Pont de Roma 2.79 w. For pants and suits new polyester double knit coordinates 2.79 Patterson s fabrics College Village shopping Center 882-2419 q5 polyester screen prints polyester double knit solids 1.98 acrylic sweater knits reduced to 1.29 cd. Final closeout polyester Cottons 69v by Betsy James Wyeth one of the most significant Art books of this or any other years a feast or All who love the work of the incomparable american artist Andre Wyeth. Contains 336 pages in full color. Individually car toned. Price 60 until january 14, 1977 75 thereafter

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