High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Apr 24 1974, Page 15

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 24, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Thursday Friday saturday april 25-26-27 famous Trivette studio Quality work Friendly service reasonable prices Highway 311 South Fairfield Plaza phone 431-1161 Carolina owned amp Carolina operated8x10 living color portraits no hidden charges finished in living color by professional artists. Naturally there is no obligation to buy additional photographs however additional prints Are available in various sizes and styles at reasonable prices to fit your family needs. Children s group picture taken at 97 per child plus 50 handling charge. Limit i per child per family a extra persons 1.95 each. No appointment necessary. Photographers hours thurs. Amp Fri. 11 , to 7 . Saturday 11 00 . To 5 . All portraits in store in Only one week after promotion mrs. Giles honoured by club arrivals mrs. J. W. Giles was presented the Pilot of the year award at the meeting of the Pilot club of Archdale Trinity on monday evening. The meeting took place at the Golden b restaurant. A in making the presentation mrs. Buell Bingham commended mrs. Giles for her loyalty to the club and for her outstanding a service in Public relations. For the past Severa years she has been in charge of the clubs scrapbook and has maintained her perfect attendance record As Well As attending both the International and District conventions in 1972 and 1973. Mrs. Giles retired in june after 25 years with the internal Revenue service in the Greensboro office. Special guests at the meeting were Bill Kinley and t. C. Talbert members of the Archdale City Council who spoke about the proposed water system for Archdale. Mrs. Denny White a member of the club who formerly was affiliated with the division of vocational rehabilitation at John Umstead Hospital presented a Brief program concerning the services available through this Agency. The Agency was brought into being by a Law enacted in 1918, and in 1943 Congress passed a Law that included mental illness in vocational rehabilitation she said. It is supported by funds from both the Federal and state governments. Mrs. White was very enthusiastic in her review of services Given by the Center. She said that patients at John Umstead Hospital Are provided with tests to evaluate their capabilities and Are often furnished travel training tools and even room and Board until they Are established into a new work routine upon release from the Hospital. Mrs. George Clements announced that april is cancer month and requested that members donate old sheets for this drive. Final plans were made for delegates and other members to attend the annual convention of District 6 in Winston Salem on May 3-5 at the Hilton inn. It was announced that installation of new officers will highlight the May meeting. Mrs. Charles Jennings read the code of ethics to close the meeting. Wednesday 2 45 . A Johnson St. Pre teen club. School 3 . A after school care 3 . A fashion show 3 30 . Beginner swim class 7 . A lifesaving class 7 30 . A beginner swim 7 30 . A duplicate Bridge thursday y30 . A dip 9 30 . A thursday morning Bridge award ceremony mrs. Lillian Giles left receives the Pilot of the year award from mrs. Buell Bingham Archdale Trinity club president. Ullin Point Enterprise the world of it ii Ujj i \ Adelaide la wednesday april 24,1974section b mrs. Almond Powell gives travelogue on Mexico mrs. Almond j. Powell presented a travelogue on a recent tour of Mexico at the meeting of Book league at the Home of mrs. Donald e. Dahle on Hillcrest drive. Mrs. Powell told of her guided tour through Mexico City Pueblo Cuernavaca Taco and Acapulco. The speaker said that within the country Are 29 states with a District similar to our District of Columbia. The country is governed by Louis Alvarez who was elected by popular vote to Rule for six years. She said that 13 ministries comprise the governing body and a married Man of 18 May vote while an unmarried Man must be 21 if he can show economic stability. The death penalty was abolished in Mexico in 1936 according to the speaker. She said that the Protection service is so highly classified that if you Are involved in a traffic Misdemeanour Only a traffic officer can help and that if a crime against ones person is committed the Story must be told to get another police officer. There is no overlapping of protective services. Benefit supper planned members of the Hometown Volunteer fire dept. Auxiliary will sponsor a Benefit supper at the station on saturday from 5 until 7 30 . Women of the auxiliary will prepare the food which will include meats fresh vegetables salads desserts hot biscuits and Cornbread. The event is open to the Public and tickets will be on Sale at the door. Proceeds will go to the department. Core and slice 3 unpeeled pears. Place in Skillet with it cup melted butter or Margarine Sprinkle with n cup Brown sugar. Cover and Cook slowly 15 to 20 minutes. Remove cover and Cook until pears Glaze. Sprinkle with cinnamon and cloves. Mrs. Powell said that the government controls the Oil Industry. She spoke of the Large american companies based there and said that she Felt that tourism smells of politics with All Tours planned from a head office. She described the University of Mexico and commented on a typical mexican hotel. She likened the climate to that of san Francisco and said that Over two million tourists visit Mexico each year. She concluded her talk by describing a boat trip around the Bay of Acapulco where Nixon Kissinger and other Well known people have visited. Mrs. Percy idol introduced the speaker. At the close of the meeting mrs. Dahle served a Sweet course. Two guests. Mrs. David Maas and mrs. Ralph Jenkins of Orleans ind., were introduced by the hostess. Tommy Proffitt or. And mrs. Fred Proffitt of 107 Elon it. Announce the birth of their son Tommy Lynn who was born on april 20 at High Point memorial Hospital. Kelly Burley or. And mrs. William s. Burley of 619 Rose Crest or. Are parents of a daughter Kelly Latricia. The child was born on april 19 at the local Hospital. Kristian corns or. And mrs. Jerry corns of 1805 Ramsey rd., Kernersville announce the april 20 arrival of their daughter Kristian Heather. The baby was born at High Point memorial Hospital. Stephenie Tatgenhorst or. And mrs. Steven Tatgenhorst of 1520 h. Woodside apts Are parents of a daughter Stephenie Karyl who was born on april 20 at the High Point Hospital. Mrs. Tatgenhorst is the former Terri Brown of High Point. David Johnson or. And mrs. David Johnson of 111 Cornell St. Announce the april 20 arrival of their son David Andrew at High Point memorial Hospital. Darren Brewer or. And mrs. Kenneth Brewer of 2507 Guyer St. Announce the birth of their son Darren Taylor who was born on april 12 at the High Point Hospital. Ronald Hippert or. And mrs. Ronald Hippert of 334 Priclar St. Announce the birth of a son Ronald Erie. The child was born at the local Hospital. Phillip Jackson or. Or. And mrs. Phillip Thomas Jackson of 3316 Dillon rd., Jamestown Are parents of a son Phillip Thomas jr., who was born on april 19 at the High Point Hospital. Chad Logan or. And mrs. Donald Ray Logan announce the birth of a son Chad Wendell who was born on april i at High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Logan is the former miss Terri Ridge. Jane Litton is Bride of Frederick Atkins Atlanta a. A Jane Marie Litton daughter of or. And mrs. John Kenneth Litton of 600 Ashe St., High Point ., became the Bride of Frederick Clarke Atkins in a 2 o clock ceremony saturday afternoon at St. Luke a episcopal Church. The couple repeated their vows before the Rev. Peter Thomas. A prelude of wedding music was provided by Lee suitor organist. The bridegroom is the son of theron Lee Atkins of Jacksonville ., and the late Iris Clarke Atkins. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a formal Gow of White mar Caine Jersey and Venise lace designed with bands of lace accenting the Empire Waist mandarin Collar and dress front. Matching lace circled the hem of the a line skirt and accented the Chapel length train. The Long tapered sleeves ended in lace edged Points at the wrists and appliques of Venise lace with seed pearls detailed the bodice. The Bride added a fingertip Mantilla of Venise lace held by a Juliet Cap and she carried a bouquet of sweetheart roses daisies and Gypsophila. The brides sister mrs. Carl Gaskill Pruit was Matron of Honor. She wore a floor length dress of Floral print Chiffon in colors of Pink and Green on a White background. The gown was styled with an Empire Waist a neckline and Long sleeves. The Honor attendant carried a nosegay of mixed Spring Flowers tied with Green velvet streamers. Best Man was the bridegrooms father. Usher was Bartow Randall Snooks Iii. The Bride received b a. Degrees in Art and psychology from Salem College in Winston Salem She is employed by the Georgia dept of human mrs. Frederick Clarke Atkins resources As a mental health associate at the North Dekalb mental health Center. Or. Atkins received a b s. Degree in business administration from the University of Alabama and a masters degree in rehabilitation counselling from the University of Georgia. He is employed by the Georgia dept of human resources As the Atlanta area program director drug abuse services Section. Immediately following the wedding ceremony the brides parents entertained with a reception in the Green lounge of St. Luke a episcopal Church. On the eve of their wedding the couple shared honors at a rehearsal dinner Given by the brides miscellaneous Shower honors miss Morris mrs. E. E. Plummer of 811 Carrick ave. Has entered High Point memorial Hospital for observation and treatment. Lynn Morris Bride elect of Curtis Martin was entertained at a miscellaneous bridal Shower. Hostesses for the event were mrs. Evelyn Homey and mrs. Curtis Freeman. The party was held at the Freeman Home and guests included neighbors and friends of the Bride elect. Upon her arrival miss Morris was presented with a Corsage of White daisies and Blue Straw Flowers. The hostesses added Silver in the brides chosen pattern to the Shower of gifts. The entertaining areas were decorated with mixed Spring Flowers. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a Blue damask cloth and entered with a White compote of Spring Flowers flanked by Blue candles in White China holders. Special guests included mrs. B. Paul Morris Mother of the Bride elect mrs. Alva Martin Stepmother of the bridegroom elect and mrs. Kenneth Brown sister of the bridegroom elect. Miss Morris and or. Martin will be wed on june 22 in an eight of clock . Ceremony at Rankin memorial United methodist Church. Father and step Mother at the Northlake Hilton. Earlier miss Litton was honoured at a luncheon and Shower Given by mrs. Beth pounds mrs. Helen Potter and mrs. Nancy Pierce a the Home of mrs. Pounds in Northlake apartments. The honoree received a Corsage of Shasta daisies. Lunch was served from a table covered with a White imported Linen cloth and entered with an arrangement of mixed Spring Flowers. Miss Litton a gifts from the hostesses included an electric mixer and can opener. The newlyweds will reside in Atlanta. Newcomers club sets Coffee Friday the newcomers club will Honor new and prospective members at a Coffee on Friday. The event will take place at the Owca on Gatewood Avenue at to of clock in the morning. Babysitting service will be provided a at the y for a nominal fee. Bathing Bonus London England was a soon after the Energy crisis began Here the National Gas Board offered a $24 prize Tor the Best suggestion to save Luel in the Home. Mrs. Ida Jones a housewife in Surrey won the $24 with her proposal that married mates take Baths together. Now her share a Bath plan has become so popular that the Gas Board has added an extra $125 to her original prize. A a fantastic offer from Scandia the packable $3 a $15 value for Only w with any Scandia Purchase of $5 Blue Denim Vinyl kit packed with Scandia cleaner Toner Moisturizer text Rizer galore Spray concentrate Spatula and funnel. Is. Sandy Gottlieb Beauty consultant from Scandia will be in our store this week tuesday through saturday

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