High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 17 1974, Page 52

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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Miss Rebecca Ann Hayes is Bride of or Wagoner Greensboro miss Rebecca Ann Hayes daughter of or and mrs Charles a Hayes of South Lake drive became the Bride of Gary Wayne Wagoner of Kernersville yesterday the bridegroom is the son of or and mrs Richard l Wagoner of Kernersville the vows were spoken at Guilford College United methodist Church with the Rev James Gibbs officiating Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a gown of silk organza and Swiss lace the lace bodice had scalloped Short sleeves High neckline and Empire Waistline the brides full length veil of illusion was bordered in the scalloped lace her Headpiece was fashioned of lace and a Flat organza Bow the Bride carried a Cascade bouquet of mixed White Flowers Matron of Honor to the Bride was her sister Deborah Hayes Holbrook bridesmaids were mrs Kenneth Wagoner sister in Law of the bridegroom Aleta Jordan and Mary Louise Ward Kimberly Hayes and Terry Johnson were Junior bridesmaids and Debra Wagoner was Flower girl Best Man co the bridegroom was his brother Kenneth Wagoner Ushers were Lee Smith Eddie Wagoner brother of the bridegroom David Hayes and Matthew Hayes brother of the Bride a graduate of Western Guilford College High school the Bride studied at Cape fear technical Institute in Wilmington the bridegroom was graduated from East for Syth High school and served with the us army in Korea and Germany he is employed at Hunter heating and air conditioning following the wedding the brides parents entertained mrs Gary Wayne Wagoner easter program is presented by children future plans told members of the women of the Moose discussed plans for attending the Academy of Friendship session to be held in Burlington at their monday meeting at the Moose Home on n main Street eligible members who wish to participate in a carpool Are expected to be at the Moose Home by 9 a m on May 5 anyone unable to be at the Lodge at that time should Contact Grace Kropira it was announced a meeting to nominate officers for the women of the Moose for the coming year will be held at the Moose Home on april 22 at p m All nominating members were urged to attend on april 28 the women will bring a covered dish for a luncheon to be held following installation of officers for the men the Fivey Earold kindergarten class from Mitchells Grove methodist Church presented a musical easter program for residents of Piedmont Christian Home the class composed of 31 children Sang this land is your land Supe Califra i saw the easter Bunny easter morning god bless America and Happy easter the program was introduced and a Welcome said by Alvin Lucy announcer for the program was Susan Nifong soloist was Michelle Wishon and Rodney Boger thanked residents for allowing the group to perform during class time the children made Small baskets which held baby Chicks sitting in a coloured eggshells following the musical program the children mingled with the residents and presented each one with easter favors classic Choice this Spring Wilt see the return of the Moccasin Flat Heel or medium High Heel both will be out so Hunt through your closet and Recycle your comfortable old friends at the conclusion of the program residents and children Sang Happy easter after returning to the kindergarten each child received a handmade Basket from the teachers then they had an egg Hunt on the grounds members of the class Are Linda Galloway Eddie Mabe Kamie Carico David Harrelson Faith Mccall Brian Troxel Tammy Preslar Scotty Jennings David Reavis Todd Misenheimer Tammy Mashburn Keith Hester Monti Roberts Kenneth Barnes Johnny Dotson Bonnie Watts Tia Shean Danny Craven Michelle Wishon Shannon Dehart Susan Nifong Rodney eager Sherri Mcmahan Alvin Lucy Sherry Byerly Tommy Peacock Mark Cromer Steven Gol Lehoui John Mark Campbell Lisa Truitt and Charles Lee Cashatt teachers for the class who escorted the group Are mrs Lewis Farrow mrs Phil Strong and mrs d w Coggins Flowers 3 for All occasions High Points leading Florist Grace Flower shop North Wren is it Elwood 1814015 end 8821617 with reception at Mcclure restaurant the couple will reside at Canterbury estates in Kernersville the world of Adelaide Wendler editor wednesday april 17 1974 Page 6a Fine arts group views Art show in Greensboro baskets discussed Fop cd 171011 id Clu t a special showing of works of women at Ungs Weatherspoon Art galleries was viewed by members of the Fine arts dept of the High Point woman club this weekend sponsorship of the exhibit is by the lib Agergy corp a chemical and phar firm of Green Sboro and Ardsley by and one of the major corporate collectors of contemporary Art this special loan exhibition consists of 75 paintings drawings and prints by 46 women artists its sponsorship is in keeping with Ciba Geigus commitment to support the cultural life of the communities in which it is located the company Art collection was begun in 1959 by Geigey chemical corp prior to its merger with Ciba corp the first works of Art were acquired largely to add warmth and color to the com pants newly constructed facility in new York works by Swiss and american artists primarily paintings drawings and graphics were originally selected however by 1965 the collection had diversified until it contained works in a wide variety of Media by French Spanish South american English and japanese artists the collection at Weatherspoon contains works in oils water colors collages pen and Ink lithograph printing and May be seen through april 28 works from the lib Agergy collection have received growing exposure through loan exhibits in communities where the company has facilities As Well As at various educational facilities also on exhibit at the gallery was a Small group of major american Art works on loan from new York dealers brought to Green Sboro for Purchase consideration for the permanent collection in addition to a competitive exhibition from the no Watercolour society Spring show Nancy Carlson feted at event in Raleigh miss Nancy Carlson Bride elect was complimented at a unique party held in the aka House in Raleigh the party was Given by miss Anne Akenhead and guests included roommates of the Bride elect and business associates to complement her gown of printed sheer the hostess gave miss Carlson a Corsage of White carnations a fun gift presented to the honoree was an apron and a tall chefs hat each time the honoree mentioned her finances name balloons were popped and confetti was thrown gifts were presented that Are to be used for a specific time of Day and a picture to describe its use accompanied each gift refreshments were served from a table decorated with mixed Spring Flowers miss Akenhead and her Fiance Clyde Johnson will be married on april 20 and miss Carlson and her Fiance will be members of the bridal party the wedding of miss Carlson and Tommy Meacham is to be an event of june 29 at first presbyterian Church the Bride elect is the daughter of or and mrs Robert l Carlson of 805 Northfield ave High Point Stout Shoppe fashion specialists sizes 18 to 60 to 2811 Battleground Greensboro shop daily Fri til 9 dial a 919 2888397 have you been kissed by the Frog its an experience youll never forget v let world wide change you into a Princess charming its fun and relaxing College Village shopping Center limited to the first 15 to Call must be Over 18 years of age limited to those who have never tried world wide before 8831418 8831419 Prio to the tour of the Art gallery the members met mrs John Davis 915 Croyden for a Buffet luncheon the table covered with a cutwork Linen cloth was entered with an arrangement of mixed Spring Flowers combined with yellow candles other table arrangements featured an easter theme associate hostesses were mrs Neal Lancaster and mrs do Lanier invocation was Given by mrs by Williams chaplain who for a devotional gave excerpts from an article in psychology today in which theorist and philosopher Ernest Becker discusses How one achieves Joy Hope and Trust in every Day life mrs Lancaster chairman conducted the Brief business session and announced that the group will meet with mrs w w Raper 901 Croyden for the May meeting Carlos Bonitos puerto rican student at High Point College will present a program of music on the classical guitar Frank Keister presented a program on hanging baskets at the meeting of the High Point camellia Garden club held at the Westminster drive Home of mrs Lewis Thompson mrs Thompson and co hostess mrs Charles Blackburn served a Sweet course and Coffee from a table decorated in the easter Motif or Keister from othe Garden House spoke of the great interest in House plants and hanging baskets he gave information concerning Light moisture level control feeding and pruning he stated some plants Bloom Best with Southern exposure while foliage plants respond to Eastern Light some of the plants that Are Vine like and Are Well adapted to hanging baskets Are begonias Christmas and easter Cactus Fuchia Lantana lipstick Plant swedish Ivy and ferns hanging baskets have Best Eye Appeal when Hung at Eye level they should be rotated to get a Well rounded growth pattern on the Plant the speaker told the group or Keister explained fully the soil mixture for various plants he stated soil plays an important role in the Success of House plants some plants need More drainage thus the Type of soil and Type of Container would allow for this he gave different formulas for preparing soil for foliage plants and flowering plants he stressed the importance of knowing when to water stating that the humidity in Homes differs so much the Rule of water Boncea week cannot apply he also told members that it is important to use water to colder than the surroundings of the Plant he discussed commercial Plant food and when and How to use it he Sta edit is important not to overfeed and not to feed a sick Plant until you find the problem and take care of it following his talk or Keister gave some Oft is plants to members present during the business session that followed mrs James Mattocks president welcomed guests mrs Arthur Terry and mrs Dan Winzler schedules and tickets for the House and Garden tour on May 2 were distributed it was announced that members will act As hostesses and guides at the Home of or and mrs James Johnson during the tour mrs Anthony Jacobi offered to make an arrangement in the Chapel of High Point memorial Hospital for the coming week details of plans for a Field trip in May were discussed two new members were elected to membership mrs l u Creech and mrs Arthur Terry members were reminded of their work Date at the Railroad plot april 17 at 10 am program topics and plans for the coming year were discussed downtown Winter Sale our newest store opened later in the season than planned therefore we have an excess of Winter merchandise at prices you wont believe were 16 to s 20 my to s 60 61 to5 80 s81to100 Junior and misses sportswear Junior and misses dresses Junior and misses Coats doors open thursday am downtown read the Enterprise classified ads

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