High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Aug 17 1972, Page 12

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 17, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Workshop held for scout leaders participating in workshop mrs. Mary Jane Root Cente instructor gives helpful suggestions to or mrs. Colleen Mckoin and mrs. Florence Hardison during the opening session of the arts and crafts work shop being sponsored by the tar Heel triad girl scout Headquarters. The workshop will use Art materials which include crayons Chalk water colors and papier mache. Staff photo by Mark Austin your family decorator decorate Home with plaids plaids which Are in the fall fashion spotlight Are equally important on the Home decorating scene. I love tartan carpets and often decorate with them. And t have used original tartans As Wall coverings or for drapery Hung on wooden or brass poles. I have even covered sofas Wing chairs and club chairs in Many an original tartan. Recently i planned a Model apartment with a tartan carpet of Gold yellow Black and White. For the fabric on a Walnut framed sofa i selected a Bright red. Pillow accents on the sofa were of a Black and White Tweed. For the Walls above a Walnut stained plywood Dado. I used Rich red Felt. Shutters at the windows were Walnut to match the Dado. Club chairs around an English butlers tray table were covered in the yellow Gold of the tartan carpet. I introduced a Gold red and White Floral print on a Black background As Cushion upholstery on a handsome Rocker. You can use plaids and Floral prints together in a room As easily and happily As you can Combine Floral designs with checks. I am a great one for covering the front panels and seat cushions of dining latest arrivals Edward Rollins or. And mrs. Barry Edward Rollins of route 4 announce the aug. La birth of their son Edward Allen at the High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Rollins is the former Jean Wright. Ashley Hill a daughter Ashley Michelle was born on aug. 13 at the local Hospital to or. And mrs. Danny Hill of 1818 Cedrow or. Robert Lipe or. And mrs. B. C. Lipe Iii of 829 Rose Crest or. Are the parents of a son Robert Wesley born on aug. 13 at the High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Lipe is the former Paula Yates. Bradley Tadlock or. And mrs. Thomas c. Tadlock or. Of Bethaora Road in Winston Salem announce the birth of a son Bradley Thomas on aug. To at North Carolina Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Tadlock is the former Patricia Dawkins of High Point. Bruce Hall or. And mrs. Bruce Padgett Hail of 605 e. Kearns St. Announce the july 30 birth of a son Bruce Patrick at High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Hall is the former Gaynell Sellers. Chairs in a flowered upholstery and the backs of the chairs in a plaid or a Check. One of the newest and most modern plaid designs i have seen recently is called toddy plaid and it is a combination of shocking Pink Turquoise Blue buttery yellow Apple Green and mandarin Orange on a w Hite background. It can be used with almost any Wall or carpet color. My friends Karen and Hughes Lamotte. Are upholstering club chairs and sofas in the toddy plaid for their country living room. Also they Are using it for draperies in the dining room As Well As the living room with chinese yellow Walls and Terra Cotta tile floors with Rush Mats. Around the White Parsons table in the dining room the Lamotte will have eight chairs upholstered in solid colors to coordinate with the plaid colors. Two chairs Are in shocking Pink two in Turquoise Blue. Two in buttery yellow and two in Apple Green. There is no reason Why All dining room chairs have to be covered alike particularly when seat colors can be coordinated around the plaid colors of draperies and upholstery. Dear family decorator a i just bought a Couch covered in a Gold and White plaid for our family room. I have two other chairs in Tangerine. Carpeting is a dark Green which i am replacing. I am replacing the draperies also. What shall i cover the third chair with a mrs. S. S. Dear mrs. S. A for draperies choose a Gold tangy Orange and chocolate Brown Stripe on a White ground. Hang the draperies under a straight Valance of Tangerine to match your two chairs. Select a Gold Tweed carpet. Cover your third chair in the Stripe to coordinate with your drapery. And for end tables Why not buy some brass lamps with Linen shades brass always looks Well with sunny Golden rooms. Dear family decorator a we Are building a new Home and Are planning to use yellow in our Kitchen which is All Early american including breakfast table and chairs. What other color should i use what colors should i recover the seats of the chairs a mrs. N. H. Dear mrs. . Why not use a yellow and red color scheme paint your Kitchen Walls Lemon yellow with White ceiling and Woodwork. For chair seats select a Strawberry red Lemon yellow and Avocado Green plaid fabric. Use White louver shutters at windows. Counter tops can be Strawberry red or. Varney welcomes mail from readers but cannot give a personal reply. He will answer the most interesting questions from readers in his column. Judy Sloop is honoree miss Judy Sloop Bride elect of Kenneth Cagle was complimented at a miscellaneous bridal Shower Given by mrs. Bruce Clodfelter at her Home on Mon lieu Avenue on tuesday evening. Co hostess for the event was mrs. Frank Bowers of Morganton daughter of mrs. Clodfelter. Upon her arrival the honoree received a Corsage of White asters. The hostesses later added a piece of Silver in the honoree s selected pattern to the Shower of gifts. Refreshments were served from the dining room table which was covered with a Cut work Linen cloth and entered with an arrangement of White asters and Ivy in an a Vergnes flanked by tapers in a candelabra. Gifts were placed below a decorated Topiary tree which featured yellow ribbon streamers. Special guests included mrs. James r. Sloop Mother of the Bride elect mrs. James Cagle Mother of the bridegroom elect and mrs. J. A. Sloop and mrs. Ivey Mot Singer grandmothers of the honoree. Miss Sloop and or. Cagle will be married on sept. 9 at Emmanuel lutheran Church. Linda Welch feted cookout and program featured at meeting mrs Rayborn Hinshaw was hostess for a cookout when members of ladies of the Vitan honoured their husbands at their August meeting. The event was held at the Hinshaw Home on rotary drive. Mrs. Jesse Watson president opened the meeting by thanking mrs. Hinshaw and mrs. Edgar Johnson co hostesses for the cookout. The Home was decorated with arrangements of yellow and Orange zinnias and sunflowers. The individual dinner tables on the porch were highlighted with unusual candles. Following the dinner a program on decorating with boating candles was Given. Jesse Watson president of Civitano gave the invocation. Door prizes were won by or. And mrs. William Ervin. Miss Linda Welch Bride elect of Norman Sanderson was honoured at a luncheon recently by mrs. John Parker of Salisbury and mrs. Matt Wall at the Emerywood country club. Approximately 16 guests were present for the luncheon. Special guests included mrs. Elizabeth Williams of Corra Gorda maternal grandmother of the Bride elect. Miss Welch will become the Bride of or. Sanderson on sunday evening at St. Mary a episcopal Church. Bazaar plans told by police auxiliary Wong a restaurant was the setting for the tuesday evening meeting of the High Point police auxiliary. After a Short business session it was decided that members meet next tuesday evening to work on items for a Bazaar planned for september. It was decided to donate $25 of Bazaar proceeds to the Nat Green development. A representative of House Ware products will be the guest at the september meeting to be held with mrs. Varnell leak. It was announced that the auxiliary will sell these items As their project. How to launder a Blanket to Wash blankets add soap or detergent to warm water in an automatic Washer. Agitate to dissolve Stop Washer. Add Blanket and submerge under water. Soak at least ten minutes longer for heavy soil. Turn Washer control to end of Wash Cycle so that water is pumped out and machine spins about a minute. Advance timer to a deep rinse and allow Washer to Complete the Cycle automatically. Tumble blankets on High setting for a Short time approximately ten to fifteen minutes. Three or four towels pre heated will help blankets More quickly. Woo blankets should be removed while still Damp. Man made fibres can be dried completely. Thirty five girl scout leaders and three senior scouts Are taking part in an arts and crafts workshop currently being held at the immaculate heart of Mary school at 500 Mon lieu ave. Mrs. M. J. Root of the bin Ney and Smith co. Is instructing classes in Crayon Chalk water colors Clay tempera and papier mache. These women Are receiving the same instruction which teachers Are Given to increase their professional status. Mrs. Root who says she loves her work because of the direct Contact with people As an Art supervisor has worked with More than 2,000 people since she became an instructor for the firm last september. She is a graduate of the uni Cei Ved a masters degree from Wayne state University in Detroit. She has done additional graduate work at the University of Georgia in Athens and was employed As an Art supervisor for a school District in Pontiac mich., and Athens before taking her current position. A a my most interesting recent assignment was a workshop for the department of child life at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore a she remarked. A it was so satisfying to think of All the children who would have something creative to do while they Are in the the course will continue through Friday afternoon and the students will have their projects to share with their scout troops this fall. The group is drawn from throughout the 13 counties which the tar Heel triad serves. As one senior scout commented a we Are learning so Many things but most of All we Are having fun a Cheryl Collins honoured mrs. G. S. Callahan and miss Pat Callahan entertained at an old fashioned ice Cream party to Honor miss Cheryl Colins who will be married on aug. 27 at Christ United methodist Church to Thomas Newell Delk. The party took place on tuesday evening at the Callahan Home 1322 Heathcliff re. When she arrived miss Collins received a Daisy Corsage and an electrical appliance from the hostesses arrangements of mixed summer Flowers were used throughout the Home. Approximately 25 guests were served ice Cream from an old fashioned hand painted tub. Special guests were mrs. Paul Collins Mother of the Bride mrs. J. C. Delk jr., Mother of the bridegroom Dee Delk sister of the Bride Gram and mrs. L. S. Tobias Collins grandmother of the grandmother of the Bride. High Point Enterprise the world of women a a a a a t a Adelaide Wendler thursday August 17, 1972 woman s editor Section r Shirley a. Cobb is Bride of George d. Davis or. Jamestown Shirley Anne Cobb daughter of or. And mrs. Columbus a. Cobb of 207 Buttercup dr., and George Drennen Davis jr., son of or. And mrs. George Drennen Davis of Guilford Road were United in marriage in a private Home ceremony this morning at 10 30 a. In. The couple repeated their vows before the Rev. Donald Bridger. Mrs. Jack t. Wreen pianist and mrs. Carolyn Freeman soloist presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of White velour which she designed and made. The gown featured a High neckline and puffed sleeves and was trimmed with antique lace and seed pearls. She wore a Matching Headpiece with an attached veil of illusion and carried a Cascade bouquet of Stepha Notis and White roses entered with a White Orchid. Mrs. Parke Davis was Matron of Honor. The bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best Man. The new mrs. Davis is a graduate of East Carolina University where she majored in commercial Art and print making and received her degree in Fine arts. She is a member of Delta Phi Delta National Art fraternity and is currently employed As an artist Illustrator by the department of Public instruction in Raleigh. Or. Davis is an Honor graduate of the defense language Institute in Monterey calif., and served with the u. S. Army in Vietnam. He is a Stu Dent at North Carolina state University. The parents of the Bride entertained at their Home at a cake cutting immediately following the wedding ceremony. The couple will reside at 2625 Churchill re. In Raleigh. Mrs. George Drennen Davis or. Golf winners announced results of Golf matches were announced during the luncheon meeting of Willow Creek Golf Assn held tuesday at the club. Mrs. Dpi e a s a n t a announced the following list of winners july 25 Low not Low Grots a mrs. Baxter freeze Low Gross. 9 holes a mrs. Jack Holbrook Low net 9 holes a mrs. John Stallings Iii first Low Gross 18 holes a mrs. Earl Schafer second Low Gross 18 holes a mrs. Dean tester first Low net 18 holes and a mrs. Craig Parks second Low net 18 holes. Aug. I Points for birdies pars and bogies a mrs. Jack Holbrooke aug. I Alibi tournament a mrs. Earl Schafer aug. 15 Captain s Choice a mrs. Sam Harris mrs. A. B. Croom and mrs. Leon Green a mrs Carter Holbrook. Mrs. Robert Crawford and mrs. Jack Holbrook second team. Mrs. Jack Byerly conducted the business session. Mrs. Carter Holbrook announced that the Menther guest Golf tournament will be held sept. 26. Invitations were mailed this week. It was reported that Many favourable comments have been received concerning the scotch foursome on sunday. Mrs. Byerly announced that another one will be held sept. To. She also reminded Mem Bers of the ladies club championship tournament which will be held sept. 5 and sept. 12. Door prizes were awarded to mrs. Drew Pierson mrs. Frank Garrett and mrs. Tester. Old timers Paris was Noel Roquevert the 80-year-old French actor apologized to ii year old Star Francoise Rosay for retiring instead of appearing with her in her new film a a simple question of time a Quot i have to go to Brittany to take care of my godmother a explained Roquevert. A a she Shin years old and beginning to feel her age a mine. Rosay is still not feeling hers she begins work at 7 and rarely leaves the movie studio before 8 pm. A fortunately i still have to earn my living and can to afford to be ill a she said. Anxious to go Home like Many an impatient Western youngster a chinese boy tugs on his Mother As she Waits to be served at a peking department store counter Selling sweets and cookies. Department stores China a cities Are crowded and contain a in plentiful Supply of consumer goods. A Wir

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