High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 3 1974, Page 13

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 3, 1974, High Point, North Carolina They Are engaged the engagement of Michael Ford son of vice president and mrs. Gerald Ford and Gayle Brumbaugh daughter of or. And mrs. Edward v. Brumbaugh of Catonsville md., was announced monday. The announcement was issued by the vice presidents office on behalf of the Bride elects parents. This is a 1973 photo of the couple. A wire photo Esther Risa Jacobson feted at miss Esther Risa Jacobson Bride elect of Norman a. Chernoff was honoured sunday at a cocktail and dinner party at the Home of mrs. by her fellow associates. Approximately 30 guest attended the dinner. Among the honoured guests were mrs. Irvin Jackson and mrs. Ben social Calendar thursday 9 30 a m a Junior league Board of directors meets in the league room of the Owca. Friday la a m. A mrs. . Quigley 1325 Robin Hood rd., is hostess for the Friday morning music study club meeting. Saturday to 30 a in. A a Flower arranging workshop is held at Jamestown presbyterian Church. Sponsored by the Hoe and Hope Garden club it is open to interested persons. Latest Chernoff mothers of the engaged couple. Upon arrival the honoree was presented with a camellia Corsage and a select set of cookware. The dinner table was covered with a White Cut work Linen cloth and entered with a Crystal Champagne compote filled with camellias. Miss Jacobson and or. Chernoff plan to be married june 16 at b Nai Israel synagogue. Homemaker sewing for husband Tabor City making a jacket for your husband can give you Confidence in your tailoring skill says mrs. Tim Gore. The Columbus county homemaker lacked Confidence in her sewing skills even though her Home sewn wardrobe indicated skill and Quality adds mrs. Ann Hall assistant Home economics Extension agent. So mrs. Gore enrolled in the menswear workshop with a great amount of hesitancy. Richard Hughes or. And mrs. Johnny Ray Hughes of it. 2, Denton announce the birth of their son Richard Glenn on March 31 at High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Hughes is the former Carol Wallin of High Point. Melissa Tompkins or. And mrs. John Andrew Tompkins of 2608 Mendenhall re. Announce the March 29 arrival of their daughter Melissa de Anne. The child was born at the High Point Hospital. Sharon Hodges or. And mrs Noel Allen Hodges of it. 2, Trinity Are parents of a daughter Sharon Allison who was born on March 29 at the High Point Hospital. Andrew Walton or. And mrs. Gale Walton of 622-b Hendrix St. Announce the March 31 arrival of a son Andrew Michael at the local Hospital. Mrs. Walton is the former Lynn Roach of High Point. Mark Curtis or. And mrs. John Curtis of 154 Greenhaven dr., Archdale announce the birth at the High Point Hospital of their son Mark Howard. The child was born on March 31. Michael of Connor ii or. And mrs. Michael of 1707 country club or. Announce the March 30 birth of a son Michael Cooper ii at the High Point memorial Hospital. House and Garden tour High Point pm uprise i if a i p tit the world of w u Xvi l i plans near completion Adelaide Winder women s editor wednesday april 3, 1974. Section b police Captain expresses need for change in Laws capt. O. H. Leak of the High Point police dept discussed the need for a change in Laws and attitudes toward Law enforcement during the monday evening meeting of the business and professional women s club. He stated this change is needed for a Safe society. The speaker emphasized the importance of humanizing prisons and requiring speedy trials. The current prison system according to leak is nothing but a a revolving door for the unfortunate with Only a few passing from prison to productive lives in society. Capt. Leak pointed out that Many crimes exist because people allow them to flourish. Stolen goods once peddled in Back alleys Are now sold openly to Large businesses he said. People refuse to a become involved in helping a neighbor or even investigating an unusual occurrence in their own neighbourhood. The speaker stressed the importance of establishing half Way houses for those with drug and alcohol problems. These centers could provide guidance and rehabilitation services to its clients without the demoralization of prison. Capt. Leak summarized his remarks by stressing the need to revise review and Reform the existing role of the Law enforcement officer. The speaker was introduced by mrs. Pat Edwards and by mrs. W. E. Simmons jr., chairman of the legislative committee. Charles White and Wendy Stewart presented a slide program illustrating the plight of the sheltered workshops in High Point and Greensboro. Or. White a member of the Board of directors of the High Point Collins Sherwood Poi United in marriage Greensboro announcement is made of the marriage of Barbara Ann Sherwood of Champion court and Larry Edward Collins of Eisenhower drive. The wedding took place on March 27 at Guilford county courthouse with magistrate Alice Greene officiating. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Walter Sherwood of Birmingham ala., and the bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Max l. Collins of 1208 Greensboro rd., High Point. The Bride wore a Street length dress of powder Blue. She was attended by Deborah Smith. Best Man to the bridegroom was Timothy Saffley. The new mrs. Collins is a graduate of Grimsley High school and attended unc a. She was employed at Kmart prior to her marriage. Or. Collins was graduated from Ragsdale High school in Jamestown and from Greensboro College. He is employed at Mcneil farm Center. The couple will reside at 134 Eisenhower or. Sheltered workshop gave a Brief history of the services provided by these facilities. He urged support of the May 7 Bond referendum to provide a new combined facility to serve High Point and Greensboro. Mrs. Leo Mortimer addressed the clubs attention to the May 7 Bond referendum for rebuilding and expanding evergreens a county operated Home for the aging. The current evergreens facility according to mrs. Mortimer has Only 325 Beds to serve All of Guilford county. The proposed new evergreens would be built on the same location with 360 Beds and a second facility would be built to serve High Point with 120 Beds. A scholarship committee was appointed by the president and instructed to have a report at the May meeting. The committee includes Mildred Hussey chairman mrs. Simmons of Quot mrs. Dinie Willard and Mary Thomas. Approval was Given for a bake Sale on april 27 at Zaire shopping Center. The committee for this project is Mary Thomas chairman mrs. Williard and mrs. Marie Creech. Plans Are continuing for the first annual House and Garden tour of the High Point museum Guild and the High Point Council of Garden clubs. The event scheduled for May 2, has for a theme a Span of 200 tickets Are available from All Guild and Garden club members. They also May be purchased at the High Point historical museum tuesday through Friday from 9 a. In. Until noon and All Day the Day of the tour at the museum. To order by mail checks should be made out to the High Point House and Garden tour and sent to mrs. Birger Rasmussen 1261 Dover Shire pl., High Point 27260. A Seld addressed stamped envelope should be enclosed in order to insure prompt return of the tickets. Homes on the tour will include the following or and mrs. Thayer Coggin of Rockford Road or. And mrs. Ronald Griffin on Vickery Chapel Road or. And mrs. Jimmy Johnson on Shadow Valley and or. And mrs. J. De Hill on Parkway. The High Point museum Complex is also included. Gardens on the tour Are those of mrs. J. E. Millis on Forest Hill drive and or. And mrs. Charles Harper Walsh on Rockford Road. The Homes will include Flower arrangements provided by Garden club members which will be judged in Competition for awards. The local Junior Garden club sponsored by the High Point camellia club under the direction of mrs. Earl Schafer jr., will provide Flower arrangements also at the Johnson Home. Newly named chairman for the tour include mrs. David Jones president of the High Point Council of Garden clubs and a member of nature study club artistic arrangements mrs. Hugh r. Kellam member of Dogwood and tuesday afternoon Garden clubs placements mrs. Dennis Young and mrs. James Mattocks members of High Point camellia club and mrs. R. T. Cottam midweek Garden club awards. Calm Well modulated voice carries authority Raleigh Yelling shouting talking loudly softly or whispering. Which tone of voice is your child most Apt to listen to Many parents seem to feel that talking loudly or shouting is the most effective Way to make children mind. Actually constantly disciplining children by shouting is a mistake says Cynthia Bishop Extension human development specialist. North Carolina state University. Of course parents May need to shout at times a Phyllis Hardin feted at bridal Shower James Kirkman Iii or. And mrs. James c. Kirkman or. Of 1606-b Long St. Announce the april i birth of their son James Clarence Iii at High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Kirkman is the former Janice Walls. William Mckinney or. And mrs. William Roger Mckinney of it. 5, Thomasville Are parents of a son William Roger jr., who was born on March 29 at the local Hospital. James Horney or. Or. And mrs. James Alan Homey of 106 Wood Mont Jamestown announce the March 31 birth of a son James Alan or. The baby was born at the local Hospital. Mrs. Homey is the former Jeannette Torres of Jamestown. Jason Hix or. And mrs. . Hix of 1626 Cedrow ave. Announce the birth of their son Jason Jay on March 31 at High Point memorial Hospital. Michelle Thomas or. And mrs. Danny r. Thomas of 1914 b Blain St. Are parents of a daughter Michelle Shawn who was born on March 31 at the local Hospital. Mrs. Thomas is the former Deborah Bundy of High Point. Tonya Edwards or. And mrs. Robert Edwards of 201 Willow Wood or. Announce the birth of a daughter Tonya sue who was born on March 31 at the High Point Hospital. Mrs. Edwards is the former Karen sue Scott of High Point. Miss Phyllis Hardin Bride elect of Jesse h. Councilman Iii. Was honoured tuesday evening at a miscellaneous bridal Shower held in the Home of mrs. Bill Barnes. Guests called Between the hours of 7 and 9 p a they were greeted by the hostesses mrs. Sue Bame and mrs. Rhonda lax and invited to sign the guest Register by mrs. Darrell Hardin sister in Law of the honoree. Miss Hardin received a Corsage of yellow carnations when she arrived. Later the hostesses added a terrarium to the Shower of gifts. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a yellow lace cloth and entered with an arrangement of Spring Flowers. Special guests included the honoree s Mother mrs. Data Hardin and the prospective bridegrooms Mother mrs. Dot councilman. Miss Hardin and or. Councilman will speak their vows in an april 20 ceremony at Central United methodist Church Asheboro. Special guests attending were mrs. Virginia Mcbrayer mrs. Evelyn Brown and mrs. Estelle Hicks. Officers for 1974-75 were approved As recommended by the nominating committee. Mrs. Laura Williams director of District in will install them on May 6. Love strikes twice Copenhagen Denmark was a Anna Christensen 21. Wanted to marry Mogens Pedersen. 24. But she lived with her widow Mother and he with his widower father. What to do with their parents no problem. The parents met at the engagement party and they fell in love. Now both couples Are honeymooning in Majorca at separate hotels. When we return Home there will be no apartment trouble either a smiled Anna. A Mogens will move into my place and Mother will go to his place to live with my new father in Law or is it Stepfather a Karen e. Pardue Robert f. Hiatt say wedding vows miss Karen Elizabeth Pardue. Daughter of or. And mrs. James b. Pardue of 2432 Gordon rd., and Robert Fred Hiatt Iii. Son of or. And mrs. Robert f. Hiatt jr., were married on March 29. The ceremony took place at 8 o clock in the evening at the Home of the Bride s parents with the Rev. Gary Brown officiating. The Bride and bridegroom entered the room together and the Bride wore a full length antique White gown fashioned with Empire Waistline and Long puffed sleeves. She carried a bouquet of Pink roses White pompous and Gypsophila entered with a White comb idiom Orchid. The Home was decorated for the occasion with mixed Spring Flowers. The Bride is a senior at Ragsdale High school where she is a member of Fra. Or. Hiatt is a graduate of Ragsdale High school and is employed at Hiattt a used cars. The couple will reside at 200-j Northpoint ave. In Gilwood North apts. Reception Given immediately following the wedding parents of the Bride entertained with a reception at their Home. The Bride s table was covered with a White lace cloth Over White Linen and entered with a tiered wedding cake iced in White and accented with Pale Lavender Flowers. Mixed Spring Flowers were arranged in per Guettes of the branched candelabrum and Matching Lavender candles were lighted. The newly married couple Cut the first slice of their cake and mrs. James Pardue jr., sister in Law of the Bride completed cutting and serving the cake to wedding guests. Miss Diana Hiatt sister of the bridegroom served the punch. When the child is in danger or when it s necessary to put an immediate Stop to some action. Or shouting May do the Parent some Good too. It can serve As a form of release. But continually speaking to children in a loud voice mainly encourages them to raise their voices to match or. Bishop notes. Instead use a quiet pleasing voice to discipline children the specialist suggests. Speaking quietly calms the child and helps you keep your own feelings in a More manageable state. Instead of shouting at children from another room a move nearer and speak directly to them. You la be More Likely to attract their attention. A Calm Well modulated voice carries a certain Aura of authority so try speaking softly next time you discipline your child. Healthy and wealthy Dublin Ireland was a Nora Mcconnell has struck out for women a liberation by becoming a Faith healer. A in Ireland the seventh son of a seventh son is a healer sent by she explained. A was the seventh daughter of a seventh daughter. Intend to keep healthy women healthy and make poor women her ambition is to be a not quite As popular As Finbarr Nolan seventh son of a seventh son who treats a hundreds of patients a Day. It is said that he pays $250,000 a year in taxes a said Nora. A that s too auxiliary planning summer picnic plans for an Early summer family picnic were made by members of the National guard auxiliary at their meeting monday evening. The group met at the National guard armory. The event was tentatively planned for May 26. The forthcoming convention for the National guard was also discussed. Several members plan to attend the convention in Charlotte on april 26. Bobbie Jilcott president announced that family Day is scheduled to take place at fort Bragg on april 20, and urged members to attend. She also distributed membership directories during the meeting. Is. Jilcott Lead a discussion on fund raising projects. The following committee chairmen were appointed by the president membership Pat Thornburg projects is. Jilcott Public relations Betty corns and finance Joanne Barger. Triad Painter s Guild elects new officers the triad China Painter s Guild elected officers at their meeting at Graham Art Center. Frances Braxton president presided at the meeting attended by 23 members. The following officers were elected for the 1974 75 year president Alyce or Lowell Lunsford 2201 Dorset St., Burlington first vice a president Bessie Mae mrs. Frank Stewart 809 Wicker St., Burlington second vice president Eva Kellam mrs. Hugh1419 Emery Wood dr., High Point recording Secretary Betty mrs. Joe Belton 614 West front St., Burlington corresponding Secretary Jane mrs John Day 1124 East Willowbrook dr., Burlington treasurer Lula mrs. H. A Simmons 301 Crestwood cir., High Point historian Marion mrs. Charles Coleman 484 Parkwood dr., Burlington the Pink wild Rose was chosen As the club Flower Blue As the club color and a sharing the Fine Art of China painting was chosen As the club motto. Frances Braxton Eva Kellam and Jane Day were chosen As delegates to the state convention to be held at Wingate College april 20. Alyce Lunsford gave a lec Ture demonstration on China painting Birds. The next meeting will be the last wednesday in May. By Cacharet Cacharet presents in Paris in his fall and Winter 74 a ready to Wear collection this ensemble scottish Woolen skirt with Large Yoke scottish shirt in Viella with Long sleeves and Waistcoat in Woolen Tweed. Dior look a Model shows a natural mohair coat worn Over print natural Wool dress from the fall and Winter collection of Paris designer Christian dior. This is from his a ready to Wear a

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