High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Aug 21 1972, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 21, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Sandra Hare or. Jordan solemnize wedding vows mrs. Sidney Keith Jordan recent Bride feted at bridal Shower mrs. Mary Yarborough Riley was honoured at a miscellaneous bridal Shower on thursday evening by mrs. Leo r. Palmer 111 and mrs. Roger d. Fisher. The event was held in the Home of mrs. Palmer 1407 Wendover or. Guests called Between the hours of 7 30 9 . Upon arrival the honoree was presented a Corsage of White carnations to complement her Navy and White outfit. The hostesses later added a White Linen cloth and Avocado Napkin rings to the Shower of gifts. Refreshments were served by mrs. Fisher from a table covered with a White Linen and lace cloth and entered with an arrangement of White and yellow daisies flanked by White tapers. Special guests included mrs. R. Dewey Yarborough Mother of the recent Bride and mrs. Ervin m. Riley Mother of the bridegroom Charles e. Riley. The couple was married on aug. La at n. Main Street Baptist Church. Debbie Hill honoured of bridal Shower the Fellowship Hall of Archdale friends meeting House was the setting for a bridal Shower to pay Honor to Debbie Hill. The party was Given on thursday evening by mrs. George Clements and her daughter Vicki mrs. Cletus Spencer and her daughter Sandra. Mrs. Robert Spencer and her daughters Brooks and Meg. Apricot Flowers and Birds were used in the table decorations. Invitations napkins and other decorations carried out the theme. On either Side of the Floral Centrepiece were candles. A Gold bridal doll was used on the gift table. A Corsage of Golden mums was presented to the honoree on her arrival. The gift from the hostesses was an electric frying pan. Among the guests were mrs. Leo Hill Mother of the honoree mrs. John Lewis aunt of the honoree mrs. J. D. Hill Mother of the bridegroom elect miss Hill sister of the future bridegroom and mrs. Ray Hill paternal grandmother of the bridegroom elect. Approximately 50 guests called during the appointed hours. Miss Hill and Donnie Hill of Thomasville will be married on sept. 16 at Archdale friends meeting. Azalea lace bugs can be controlled q leaves on my azaleas Are turning yellow and dropping off. The tops of the leaves Are speckled and the Bottoms have Black shiny spots and Black rough looking bugs. What Are they and what can i do Ltd. S., Winston Salem a. They Are Azalea lace bugs and you can control watch out for food spoilage the most obvious Hazard at picnics or when you re camping is food spoilage or contamination. Guard against this by knowing which foods spoil easily and give them special Protection. Salad dressings meats and milk Are All perishable. Keep them Well refrigerated or buy these foods near your campsite rather than lugging them All the Way from Home. Camping or going o n picnics Calls for special food plans. Food should be tasty easy to handle and prepare or prepare it in Advance but it should be Safe. Avoid foods that will spoil easily or use a picnic Chest that holds ice cubes and the food. Use plastic utensils and paper plates and napkins. And enjoy the great outdoors. Them with a number of insecticides. Either malathion 57 per cent emulsify table concentrate at the rate of two Teaspoons per gallon of water or Meta Systo r 25 per cent emulsify table concentrate at the rate of one Teaspoon per gallon will give satisfactory control. Two or three applications at to Days intervals will be needed to get All the insects in the egg stage. Ii. E. Scott Extension entomologist q my husband got me a Zebra Plant but i can t find any information on How to grow them. Mrs. J. C., Wilmington a. The Zebra Plant aph Elandra needs diffused Light such As that filtered through Light curtains or a venetian Blind. Plants tend to become tall and Leggy therefore a new Plant should be started from a cutting about once a year. They grow Best in a Rich potting soil with ample water but not Over watered. After Blooming the Plant should be a crested by keeping it a bit but not allowed to Wilt or shrivel. Hem Smith Extension Horticulturist Mazel Williams decorator Mimm i Amo in an Fly at Sovich let others know too me Seno oem Tifel Flowers for it occasion. 4011 s main St leu Rhone 431 3101 Cne pm Caros won pfc 7 it double knits. Stretchy softness restored Saitupu cleaners launderers 1670 English re Lei 885-2101 Sandra Coe Hare daughter of or. And mrs. Clinard Coe of 319 Ingleside dr., and Sidney Keith Jordan son of or. And mrs. Dolan d. Cecil of route 2, were United in marriage on sunday in a 4 . Ceremony at Spring Hill methodist Church. The couple repeated their vows before the Rev. William l. Crowell. Patsy Taylor organist and Pat Taylor soloist presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal Empire gown of Aqua Chiffon and Satin designed with lace trimming the ribbed bodice Bell sleeves and cuffs. She wore a Matching full length Mantilla trimmed with lace and carried a Cascade bouquet of carnations and roses. Mrs. Carol Hinkle sister of the Bride was Matron of Honor. included miss Susan Coe sister of the Bride and miss Robin Cecil sister of the bridegroom. The attendants wore formal gowns of flocked yellow and Aqua organdy designed with Bell sleeves. They wore yellow picture hats with Matching ribbons and carried White and Aqua mums with Matching lace streamers. The bridegroom selected his Stepfather to serve As Best Man. Ushers were Ray Jordan brother of the bridegroom and Don George. The new mrs. Jordan is a graduate of Ledford High school where she was a member of the Beta club future business America stand club Library participated on staff. She employed offices. Or. Jordan is a graduate of Ledford High school and attended Davidson county Community College. He served with the . Army As a medic in Vietnam and is currently employed As an operating room technician for the High Point memorial Hospital. The parents of the Bride mrs. A. E. Coe aunt of the Bride mrs. Ray Jordan and mrs. J. M. Meredith aunt of the Bride entertained at the cake cutting which was held following the rehearsal. Refreshments were served from a table covered with yellow Satin and lace and entered with an arrangement of mums daisies and yellow and White daisies. The event was held in the Church Fellowship Hall. The couple will reside at 411 Greenwood or. High Point Enterprise the world of women 4<lplaide la Miler woman s Edilio monday August 21, 1972. 6-a miss Hall weds j. M. White or. Leaders of and Gavel club and the annual is presently at Schoch Law Trinity Hopewell United methodist Church was the setting for the aug. 12 wedding of Carolyn Simmons Hall of Archdale and James Mcbryde White or. Of Raleigh. The couple repeated their vows before the Rev. Robert witty in a 5 p. In. Ceremony. Mrs. Pat Martin organist and miss Jerri Miller soloist presented a program of wedding music. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. James c. Simmons of route 2. The bridegroom is the son of mrs. Jacqueline White of Archdale and James m. White of route 2 in Maxton. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of candlelight Satin and old fashioned lace trimmed with Blue ribbon at the neckline sleeves and bodice. She wore a Matching Headpiece and carried a bouquet of White roses with Blue Larkspur tied with Blue Felt and Ivory ribbon streamers. Mrs. Cathy Freeman sister of the Bride was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids included mrs. Martha Anderson and mrs. Judy wooden. The attendants wore dresses of yellow Pink and Green designed with Empire waistlines and Short puffed sleeves. They wore Matching picture hats and carried nosegay of Pink Green and yellow daisies with yellow ribbon streamers. Stephen l. White brother of the bridegroom was Best Man. Ushers were John Lowe Randy Hunsucker and Mike Simmons brother of the Bride. Jamie Hall son of the Bride was ring bearer. The new mrs. White attended Trinity High school and was employed by Pilot life insurance of Greensboro. Or. White attended Maxton High school where he was a member of the French club and football team. He served with the. Army and is currently a rising senior at North Carolina state University. He is employed by United parcel service of Raleigh. Or. And mrs. J. E. Lew Allen Uncle and aunt of the Bride entertained at a reception immediately following the wedding ceremony. Refreshments were served by mrs. Lewallen and mrs. Katherine Robbins from a table covered with White lace and entered with an arrangement of yellow Pink and Green summer Flowers. The couple will reside at 5023-b fort Sumter re. In Raleigh. Monday 9 30 . Tennis 10 30 . Tennis 10 45 . Ladies dip 5 30 . Tennis 6 30 . Tennis 7 . Solo parents cookout 7 30 . Tennis 9 30 . Tennis 11 30 . Tennis 10 45 . Ladies dip tuesday 5 30 . Tennis 6 30 . Tennis 7 30 p a Tennis 7 30 . Scuba diving 7 30 . Karate 7 30 . Women a defense class gowned for a Luau Julie Eisenhower daughter of president Nixon wears a floor length dress As she arrives with her brother in Law Edward Cox at a Luau held in Miami Beach last evening As a prelude to the Republican National convention. A wire photo latest arrivals told mrs. James Mcbryde White miss Debra Hinden honoree at luncheon self wednesday 9 30 . Tennis 10 30 . Tennis 10 45 . Ladies dip 5 30 . Tennis 6 30 . Tennis 7 30 . Tennis 7 30 . Duplicate Bridge thursday 9 30 . Tennis 10 30 . Tennis 10 45 . Ladies dip 5 30 . Tennis 6 30 . Tennis 7 30 . Tennis 7 30 . Scuba diving Jamestown miss Debra Ann Hinden was honoured at a bridesmaids luncheon by mrs. Howard Vaughn mrs. Richard Willard and miss Beverly Sexton at Jamestown town Hall. A color scheme of Pink and White was used at the Buffet table which featured a Centrepiece of Pink daisies and tuberose. Individual table arrangements were identical. The brides Corsage was White daisies. She received hostess gifts in her patterns of China and Crystal. The Bride elect chose the occasion to present her attendants with gifts. Special guests were the Bride elects Mother mrs. W. E. Hinden the bridegroom elects Mother mrs. Austin Fortney and his grandmother mrs. Ruth Fortney. Miss Hinden and Richard Foster Fortney were married on saturday at Jamestown United methodist Church. Dorothy Gladden or. And mrs. Ronnie Gladden of 1700 a. Brockett ave. Announce the birth of their daughter Dorothy Mae on aug. 17 High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Gladden is the former miss Annie Lewis of War Rifton. Hawaiian costumes featured three Hundred guests dressed in native hawaiian costume attended the annual Luau of women of the Moose chapter 961, on saturday evening at the Moose Home on North main Street. As each guest entered the setting he was presented with a Lei. Dinner consisting of baked fish. Ham. Melon boats and other foods was served from a Buffet table decorated in a festive theme. Music was presented for dancing after dinner by Bill Williams and the new Star lighters. The dancing took place from 9 p. In. Until i a. In. The senior Regent. Mrs. Ruth Carter and members of the organization thanked their committees and those who attended for making the event a Success. Anthony Crump or. And mrs. Raymond Crump of 55 c. Daniel Brooks apts Are parents of a son Anthony Duane who was born on aug. 16 at the local Hospital. Kristy Moore or. And mrs. Ronald Moore of 1015 Oakmont St. Announce the birth of a daughter. Kristy Dawn on aug. 17 at the High Point Hospital. Mrs. Moore is the former Kathy Jones of Damascus a. Stephanie Turner or. And mrs. Frank Turner of Kernersville announce the birth of a daughter Stephanie Denise on aug. 16 at High Point memorial Hospital. Feeding plants if you want your new Yard plants to grow rapidly feed fertilize them lightly beginning when growth starts in the Spring and continue at about 30-Day intervals until August or september. N. State University specialists suggest using a Complete fertilizer such As 8-8-8. Or you could use an application of manure in the Spring and Only nitrogen in later Robert Bingham or. And mrs. Marvin t. Bingham of 209 Boyce ave., Jamestown announce the aug. 18 arrival of their son Robert Ray who was born at the local Hospital. Brandon Williams or. And mrs. James Williams of 400 Mon lieu ave. Announce the birth of a daughter Brandon Michelle on aug. 17 at the High Point Hospital. Done to be a Skinny. A a Don t be thin Ami under Wright due to poor eating habit. You can quickly look better by adding desired Pound and Inch of Welcome Wright with natural toy bean Oil fortified with Vitamin minerals Iron Quick Energy Clr menu or it it i Giber needed nutrient. 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