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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 30, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Pat Kidd honoured at miscellaneous bridal Shower to Quot High Point Enterprise the world of women Pat Kidd Bride elect of Andy Darr of Lexington was complimented on saturday evening at a miscellaneous bridal Shower. Mrs. Donald Kidd mrs. Dan Hutchins and mrs. Ronnie Strickland joined in entertaining at the Kidd Home 2504 Dallas ave. Mrs. Strickland will be Matron of Honor in the wedding. Miss Kidd was presented with a Corsage of Pink Blue and yellow daisies upon her arrival. Approximately 25 guests called during the appointed hours. Special guests included mrs. Charles Kidd Mother of the honoree mrs. Vernon Darr Mother of the bridegroom elect mrs. J. E. Hutchens grandmother of the Bride elect and mrs. . Darr grandmother of the bridegroom elect. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a Green lace trimmed cloth and entered with an arrangement of daisies and White candles arranged in a Gourd. An electric Coffee pot a Crock pot and an electric can opener a ice Crusher were gifts presented to the honoree by the hostesses. Miss Kidd and or. Darr will be wed on june 8 at first reformed United Church of Christ. Adelaid Wendler women s editor tuesday april 30, 1974 Page 6a harpist presents program for musical Art club at awards banquet mrs. James r. Phipps right receives the state operator of the year award from mrs. Martha Hinson of Charlotte the 1973 Winner. The award was presented at the saturday evening banquet which highlighted the annual convention of the Pix clubs of the Carolinas held Here this past weekend. Jenni Church feted n Stewart Home mrs. James Phipps named state operator of year mrs. James r. Phipps of Young flex of Lator was named state operator of the year at the annual Pix awards banquet held saturday evening at Holiday inn downtown. Mrs. Phipps competed for the title with seven other representatives selected by their local clubs. She received the award from mrs Martha Hinson of latest Charlotte 1973 Winner. The Raleigh Pix club won. The other three awards including the newsletter award scrapbook award and state Boss of the year. D. L. Benson of Carolina builders in Raleigh received the Boss of the year Honor. Mary Lou Murphy accepted the award for her employer. The saturday evening banquet was a part of Jimmy Hughes or. And mrs. Jim Hughes of Mann a trailer Park Trinity announce the birth of a son Jimmy Lee. The child was born on april 28 at the local Hospital. Angela Prince or. And mrs Frank Prince of 1109 Park St. Are parents of a daughter Angela Antoinette who was born at the High Point memorial Hospital on april 28. Paula Walker or. And mrs. Dwight Walker of it. I Sophia announce the april 28 arrival of a daughter Paula Suzanne at the High Point Hospital. Mrs. Walker is the former Nancy Welborn of Trinity. Fes tivies in the 13th annual convention of Pix clubs of the Carolinas which opened on Friday. Approximately too Pix operators from North and South Carolina were in attendance. During the business session on saturday mrs. Phipps was elected president of the state organization and another local member Brenda Driggers of Norton co. Was named Secretary. Delegates weekend included a welcoming party on Friday evening with clubs dressing in costumes of other countries a business session on saturday a fashion show and a showroom tour. Mrs. Ruth Groves state president presided at the banquet. Guest speaker was District court judge Elreta Alexander. Al Eddy served As master of ceremonies and entertainment was provided by mrs. Betsy Mcmullan and her daughters. Jenni Church Bride elect of Steve Mccreedy was honoured thursday evening at a bridal Shower held in the Home of mrs. . Stewart 721 w. Main St., Jamestown. Hostesses for the event were mrs. Stewart and mrs. Otis Bullins. Miss Church received a Corsage of yellow daisies when she arrived. Later the hostesses added a cake server in her chosen Silver pattern to the Shower of gifts. Ketre sements were served from a table covered with a White Linen cloth and entered with an arrangement of Spring Flowers including dutch Iris daisies and Gypsophila. The. Centrepiece was flanked by White tapers. Special guest was mrs. Wyatt Church jr., Mother of the honoree. Miss Church and or. Mccreedy will speak their vows on May la at English Street Baptist Church. Party pays Honor to Susan Carroll Susan Carroll Bride elect of Mike Meisky was honoured on saturday at a floating miscellaneous bridal Shower. The event was Given by mrs. Ray Meadows or. Miss Carroll was presented with a Corsage of red and White carnations and a place setting in her China pattern. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a White Linen cloth accented with an arrangement of fresh Spring Flowers and candles. The table was decorated with the Bride and Groom figurines taken from the hostesses wedding cake. Among the special guests were mrs. Bennie Carroll Mother of the Bride elect mrs. Richard Meisky Mother of the bridegroom elect and grandmothers of the Bride elect mrs. . Wagner and mrs. . Carroll. Twenty five guests were present for the party which was held from 2 to 4 of clock in the afternoon. Miss Carroll and or. Meisky will marry june 22 at Wesley memorial United methodist Church. Midweek Garden club to meet midweek Garden club will meet on wednesday at Emerywood country club. The meeting is planned for 12 30 . Olive Jenkins harpist and musician in residence at Davidson county Community College presented a program for members of the High Point musical Art club at their meeting in the Home of mrs. Bill Creech on Robinhood Road. Miss Jenkins opened with a discussion on the background of the Harp stating that it is the second oldest instrument surpassed Only by the drum. Garden study meeting set members of the Garden study club will meet wednesday at 11 30 . In Brynwood restaurant. New officers will be installed and a card social is planned. It was reported incorrectly in sundays Enterprise that the group will meet at to . Hot dog supper set tonight members of the High Point chapter. Order of the Rainbow for girls is sponsoring a hot dog supper this evening from 6 until 8 30 . At the masonic Temple on s. Main Street. Tickets will be on Sale at the door. Club to meet midweek Extension homemakers club will meet on wednesday with mrs. Glenn Brown of 220 Woodrow. Time of the meeting is to am. _ she played transpositions for Harp of compositions by famous composers. At the conclusion of her program she held a question and answer period. Miss Jenkins a native of Durham received a b a. Degree in history from Salem College. At Salem she studied Harp with Patricia Pence. She also studied with Alice Chalifa Rex principal harpist of the Cleveland orchestra. In 1973, miss Jenkins graduated from the Cleveland Institute of music in Cleveland Ohio. She was a teaching fellow at the Institute and a member of the Cleveland Institute Harp ensemble which performed on radio television and with the Cleveland orchestra. She was principal harpist with the Shaker symphony and suburban symphony orchestra. The guest performer was introduced by Jean Montgomery. In the business session which preceded the program it was announced that the May meeting will feature a presentation by past recipients of the club scholarship. Members were reminded of the state convention. National federation of music clubs to be held wednesday through Friday in Statesville. Mrs. Moore will represent the local club. Following the program refreshments were served by the hostesses mrs. Creech. Mrs. R. B. Culler mrs. Milton Silver. Mrs. Harry Alexander and mrs. Harry Jacobs. Williams Flowers 1 Quality Flowers professional service 201? Inrush to. Call m2-aia Doit yourself Quot therm Oclean Quot carpets. Tre professional Way. Rent the fantastic new lip amp out Hydro Mist machine for All your carpet cleaning. Effectively loosens and removes dirt previous shampoo residue and up to 90% of the moisture in just one step me % available for rental daily or overnight basis the Mart 2001 n main St. Tel. 885-4823 3508 s. Main St. In Archdale Tel 431-1711 rent a new Baldwin piano for your child. All rental applies if purchased Low As 58 per month. Baldwin. Quality pianos for Over 110 years. Open Friday evenings til 8 30 Morrow piano amp Organ co. 416 w. Market 273 0093 Greensboro . Set Check figures before quitting dear Ann Sylvia Porter had a wonderful column recently that should be discussed in every freshman nigh school class in the country. So often students wonder if its Worth it to stay in school and get an education. That Job for $80 a week looks awfully Good to them especially compared to hitting the books and studying for exams. A lot of students drop out. Almost always they regret it. The Job blows up. They Are Laid off. They find that without a High school diploma it s not easy to get another Job that amounts to anything. They feel too old social Calendar tuesday 8 30 . A the masonic Temple is the setting for a hot dog and homemade ice Cream supper Given by the local Assembly of the Rainbow for girls. Wednesday 11 30 a in. A Brynwood restaurant is the setting for the meeting of Garden study club a an Landers says and out of it to return to High school. It s a pretty grim Story and usually ends up with the dropout stuck in some fourth rate Slot for the rest of his life. Miss porters column quotes figures from the u. S. Census Bureau that Settle once and for All what education is Worth in dollars and cents. Here Are the facts educational your life level time Worth less than 8 years $159,000 elementary school graduate $192,000 High school drop out $216,000 High school graduate $264,000 College one to three years $301,000 College graduate $388,000 College 5 years or More $443,000 i Hope you will print this letter Ann. It gives a Clear picture of the financial rewards of staying in school and underscores the penalties for dropping out. What does no to show up in these figures is the benefits of education in terms of enhancing ones ability to enjoy and appreciate the finer things in life a literature poetry Art a Keener awareness of what is happening in the world one s responsibilities to others and Many a role in a civilized society. A Chicago Reader dear Reader thank you for a letter that should open some eyes and close some Mouths of students who can to see the Point in staying in school. Sylvia Porter has once again done a Beautiful Job of zeroing in on some mighty valuable statistics. Dear Ann last fall i enrolled in a College in Dayton Ohio. Three of us Guys shares an apartment. We each chipped in and bought a pomeranian Puppy. The Price was $96, which we split three ways. The understanding was that whoever ended up with the dog would pay the other two Guys $32 each for their share of the original Purchase. I transferred to a school in new Jersey in mid semester. One of the other Guys went to new York. Or. C. Wound up with the porn. When we said our goodbyes not one word was mentioned about the Money owed us for the dog. Would i look like a cheapskate if i wrote and asked for my $32? is it too late now dog gone dear gone what do you have to lose the Guy will either ignore your letter Tell the official class ring designed ten or twelve years Jago does not fit today s i student preference. Buy Youra class ring in the modern manner Lester a jewellers 131 South main Street delivery 2 to 4 weeks you he Hasni to got the dough right now or Send a Check. Its Worth a 10c stamp. But keep in mind chum you left him the third of the dog that eats. Its not always easy to recognize love especially the first time around. Acquaint yourself with the guidelines. Read Ann Lander a Booklet a love or sex and How to Tell the for a copy mail 35c in Coin and a Long stamped self addressed envelope with your request to Ann Landers p. O. Box 3346, Chicago 111. 60654. Cwb is Mark Short Mark Short Democrat . House for county vote on 4% sales tax expansion of Public defender system right to work Law statewide kindergarten removal of sales tax on food increased wages for teacher amp state employees retention of Corporal punishment in schools Merit selection of judges unbridled press amp judges a reducing Price of food amp gasoline. \ against unreasonable busing of school children Agency shops or other erosion of right to work Law limiting governor s Power because of political affiliation annual sessions of the legislature. Donna Arnold lost 79 pounds. 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Without drugs and won her Many the Casanova of the fire i As seen in family weekly Mann drug stores evaluating your career potential 15-19 year Olds seeking testing and counselling for career vocational and educational planning. / a saturday May la 1974 Hayworth mall a sat tuday june 72 1974 High Point College for additional information Contact Robert a. Wells jr., program director High Point College 5-0414

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