High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Aug 5 1976, Page 13

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 5, 1976, High Point, North Carolina A thursday High Point Enterprise Section August 5, 1976 i tin oct lire world of g Adelaide Wencher women s Edi Torback to schooners vote for easy care fall fashions benefits to dress up versions trimmed with Dainty ribbons and worn Over puffed sleeved Floral blouses. Jumpsuits a natural for the crowd who recently gave up their or. Denton a Are on hand a look particularly appealing when zipped Over a patterned shirt. There Are jumpsuits too for boys who would probably prefer them called pit suits. Some Are printed with Stop watches on Roomy pockets and Are the perfect attire for the soap Box races. Others have badges that proclaim their owners full fledged flight attendants and Are Ideal when flying Model planes. Two piece suits rely on the tried and True influence of the old West and mix jeans with shirt style jackets sometimes accented with jute trim. And when a fellow dresses up this season the vested suit is a fashion must As Well As a neat Way to camouflage the Little shirt tails that inevitably pull out of pint sized pants. Miss Joyce Ann Welch weds Charles s. Arnold Sophia a miss Joyce Ann Welch daughter of or and mrs Robert w Welch of route i. Became the Bride of Charlus Stanley g Arnold of High Point in a july 23 ceremony at foursquare gospel Church at the 7 p in ceremony was Rev Elwood f a i r c i o t h wedding musicians were Marguerite Hubbard organist and Kenneth Mcdowell vocalist the Bride was Given in marriage by her father and her attendants were Phyllis White Matron of Honor and Sharon Hackler. Kathy w Elch. April Moore and Gay hair cloth bridesmaids Mhz Charles Stanley Arnold sch aur Ishomel scene of Agenda Outing the Agenda club held its annual picnic on the Lawn at the Home of or and mrs David Chauns of 503 Overbrook on monday evening with mrs l p Barrett and mrs v c. Smith As associate hostesses mrs Britt Groce gave the invocation mrs. Willard Corum presided and welcomed the members and their husbands who were guests special guests included mrs. Lena Bencini mrs r e. Herr mrs. E. J. Holbrook. Jim Wright. Mrs. Lee Morgenstern of Pompano Beach floor and mrs Fenton Rogers of Miami Springs. Fla. Mrs Jeane Hendrickson of Baltimore md., and mrs Virginia Van Noy of West Jefferson the Centrepiece for the table carried out the Bicentennial theme of red White and Blue using miniature flags the next meeting will be sept 2 at the Owca with mrs. Jim Wright and mrs Ralph Norman As hostesses they will present a program on the Wrights recent tour of Hawaii possibly assisted by mrs e o Lane. The meeting was adjourned with Mizpah Benediction. Lip Brush saves Don t throw out that lipstick tube just because you can t apply it directly on the lips anymore use a lip Brush to get at the remainder serving As Ushers were Jimmy Royal Jim Carlisle Terry Arnold and Craig Arnold. Brothers of the bridegroom the Bride was graduated from Trinity senior High school where she was a member of deca Trind ettes and was a bus Driver she is employed at Amos hosiery Mills. The bridegroom a son of or and mrs Stanley g Arnold of Abingdon. Awas graduated from Randleman High school where he was Captain of the football team and a bus Driver he is employed at custom processing the couple is residing at 303 b Hall St., High Point favorite combination latest mrs. Tom Hayworth Speaks arrivals at Oak hollow meeting Connie Sechrest or and mrs David Lee Sechrest of 133 w White dr., Archdale announce the birth of a daughter. Connie Renee july 30, at the High Point memorial Hospital Wendi Peele a daughter. Wend Michelle was born on aug 2 at the local Hospital to or and mrs Clay peeled it 2. Trinity. Melissa Hinnant the aug 3 birth of a daughter. Melissa Karyl Al the High Point Hospital is announced by or and mrs Ray Hinnant of 1927 Greenstone pm Christy Guy or and mrs Larry Guy of 3104 woo View announce the aug 3 arrival of a daughter Christy Lynn at the local Hospital mrs Guy is the former Candace Cline of Shelby. John Evans a son John Lowell was born at the High Point Hospital on aug 3 to or and mrs Gary l Evans of 205 Westover or mrs Evans is the former Linda Hedrick of Southmont. Randi Seaman or. And mrs Larry Seaman of 1624 Lakewood or announce the birth of a daughter Bandi Lynn at the local Hospital on aug 3 mrs Tom Hayworth was guest speaker and talked on parliamentary procedure at the meeting of Oak hollow Junior woman s club on tuesday evening at Foxfire clubhouse mrs Hayworth explained the importance of every individual understanding parliamentary procedure she gave a detailed address on conducting a meeting Diane Westbrook president conducted the business meeting and the invocation was Given by Lynn Pennington vice president it was reported that the club is participating in assisting the elderly in the Community. Club members have formed groups and visit senior citizens in their Homes in order to assist and at times to entertain them a report on the club s participation in the Community Bazaar to be held on sept 17 and 18 was discussed also reported was the club s Sale of n c. 1776 colouring books the books Are on Sale at a cab Banks and through any member of the Oak hollow Junior woman s club the colouring books include Large pictures to be coloured by children each picture has a Brief description of some historical moment in North Carolina history a special committee reported that an informal social for Oak hollow club women and their husbands is planned for aug Lynn Beazlie honoured in Whitehorne Home miss Lynn Beazlie Bride elect of Walter Brock of Raleigh was complimented on sunday afternoon at a bridal Shower at the Home of Janet Whitehorne hostesses for the event were Kathie Parnell and mrs Whitehorne the hostesses gave their Honor guest a Corsage of daisies when she arrived and later they added a set of baking dishes to the Shower of gifts brought by guests refreshments were served from a table covered with a yellow cloth and entered with Bride and Groom figurines and a bouquet of mixed roses among the 25 guests were mrs Edwin e Beazlie Mother of the Bride elect mrs Walter e Brock Mother of the prospective bridegroom and Beth Brock of Raleigh and mrs. Dan k Moore or of Lexington Sisters of the bridegroom elect miss Beazlie and or Brock will be married on aug 14 in a 3 p in ceremony at first United methodist Church. Secretaries plan Dale Carnegie course the furniture City chapter of National secretaries association will sponsor a Dale Carnegie course in human relations for their annual seminar the event is scheduled for sept la at 8 30 a in at Howard Johnson s on 1-85 at Brentwood the course offers to the business Community a motivational workshop the aim is to get participants to be More aware of the four major problems faced by All attitude memory human relations and communications the speaker will he Hayes Ratledge. Area manager who has been associated with Dale Carnegie since August. 1958. For the past 14 years or. Ratledge has been recognized As a member of the Dale Carnegie amp associates Honor club registration information can be obtained by contacting seminar registrations. Kathleen Felts 713 Vert a St. High Point n c 27263 Tarboro is setting for Haywood reunion 28. The club will meet again on sept 7 when guest speaker will be Barry Ogrin. Director of the High Point theatre and exhibition Center working mom makes men More lenient Madison having a working Mother apparently makes men More lenient toward changing sex roles in society a random Survey conducted by a journalism research class at the University of Wisconsin. Madison indicates of those male undergraduates who had full time working mothers As they grew up. 95 per cent said they were moderate Liberal or Radical on wanting to change sex roles in society. Of the men whose mothers did t work the figure was 81 per cent. The opposite was True for women students with the strongest sentiment for change voiced by those whose mothers did no to work Over All 81 per cent of the men claimed to take either a moderate Liberal or Radical stand on the Issue while 88 per cent of the women gave a similar response the number of students who favor changing sex roles has increased Only six per cent for both sexes since 1973, when the class conducted a similar Survey. The Haywood Sisters held a reunion at the Home of the youngest sister mrs addle Haywood Stephens of Tarboro. Recently members of the family present included mrs Mary Haywood Blackburn mrs. Martha Haywood Knight of Greensboro. Mrs Ai v a n i a Haywood Knight and mrs Ada p. Williams a Foster sister of Tarboro devotions were Given by elders Johnnie Knight and Johnnie Freeman out of town guests were mrs Lovella n a of Lee to or. And mrs Theodis Duff. Mrs. Alvania Hines or and mrs Moses Stephens and son Antonio of Rocky mount and mrs Pamela Thornton of Hampton a a Buffet dinner was served Margaret Spencer honoured at Shower Margaret Spencer Bride elect of Kenneth Mcdowell was honoured at a floating miscellaneous Shower saturday evening at Erindale Baptist Church hut hostesses for Tho event were mrs Dale Canada. Mrs Darrell Frye and mrs Danny Mcdowell upon arrival the Bride elect was presented a Corsage of White carnations later she received a Bedspread rom the hostesses refreshments were served from a table covered with a White lace cloth and entered with an arrangement of mixed pastel Flowers among the 30 guests present were mrs Robert d. Spencer or Mother of the honoree and mrs Riley Mcdowell Mother of the prospective bridegroom miss Spencer and or. Mcdowell will be married on aug 28 at Archdale friends meeting House Elaine k Iser feted at floating Shower mrs. Daniel Jennings and mrs Benny Rogers entertained with a floating miscellaneous Shower on monday evening for Elaine Kiser at the Home of mrs. Jennings 1411 Wales or the honoree received a White Daisy Corsage and a gift of China in her chose pattern from the hostesses. Alice Riser sister of the Bride elect who will serve As her maid of Honor and mrs Farrell Childers served the 35 guests from a table covered with a Green liner Lake Tammed cloth a arrangement of Euca Lyyti Green poppies and Gypsy Phil in an antique China entered the table Honor guests were mothers of the bridal couple mrs Winford j Riser and mrs Marvin c. Reece miss Riser and James r Reece will wed on aug 21 Al Greenwood Hills Wesleyan Church when the student government reconvenes this fall the Best dressed delegates will vote for fashions that Echo the favourites of mom and dad and also have the easy care qualities parents expect from today a children s Wear. Fabrics Are the key Here and designers have re elected such time tested winners As Cone Mills Corduroy Denim flannel and Broadcloth. Culottes or split skirts Are sure to be favourites with Little girls who will enjoy the magic of wearing a skirt that is really a pair of Short pants regular pants Are synonymous nowadays of course with jeans. Some of the current styles have Sunburst stitching on the legs while More traditional looks get added Pizzazz by rolling up the cuff Over a pair of boots or crazy socks. Jumpers continue to be a favorite dress Silhouette they Range from sporty Kilt skirted styles with fringe Eye catching sportswear grown up outfit

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