High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Aug 27 1976, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 27, 1976, High Point, North Carolina State officers present program at insurance women s meet mrs. Robert Zorn second from right and Martha Hemphill hold a poster they used in presenting a program to members of the insurance women of High Point. With them Are 1-r mrs. Roy Chilton and mrs. Sherrill Kennedy. Mrs. Zorn is state assistant Secretary and mrs. Hemphill is state treasurer Garden questions answered timely gardening questions Are answered by experts at n. C. State University q. In be heard of a a drip a irrigation Are such systems available and practical for a Small Garden l. B. Smithfield a a sold set drip irrigation system similar to that used by commercial Farmers would be expensive and probably not too practical for the Home Gardener. You can have the same Type of system by laying a soaker Hose along each Row George Hughes Extension Horticulturist q. Is there any Way to get Poison Oak out of a ground cover of English Ivy without hurting the Ivy Ltd. A Winston Salem a use an aerosol bomb containing Ami role to Spray the Poison Oak leaves. Or mix Ami role or 2, 4-d with water one ounce in one gallon of water and apply to the Poison Oak leaves using a paint Brush with a Long handle do not get these herbicides on the English Ivy or other desired plants. Vav m. Lewis Extension agronomist q can a White Pine be kept Small by pruning0 l. L., Greensboro a growth on White Pine May be restricted within certain limits some new growth must be returned each year for the tree to survive because two year old Needles shed annually initial shaping should begin while the tree is Small Start the shearing when the Needles on the new growth have developed to about their Normal length and while the new Stem Wood is still succulent this period will vary with seasons and regions but will be sometime Between Early june and Early july be certain to leave some Needles on the Cut Stem or else there will be die Back William m Stanton Extension Forest resources specialist q what Are the growth requirements of Yucca please miss Campbell honoured at miscellaneous Shower Misti Campbell Bride elect of Donald Sneed was honoured thursday evening at a miscellaneous Shower Given by mrs. George bran com Iii. She was assisted by her daughter Cathy bran com. The event was held at the Branscom Home in Ledford Oaks the honoree was presented a Corsage of White carnations upon arrival later the hostesses added gifts of lingerie and China to the Shower of gifts. Approximately 40 guests called Between the hours of 7-9pm they were greeted by the hostesses and honoree and invited into the entertaining area which was decorated in a Pink Green and White Motif. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a Belgium lace cloth and entered with an arrangement of Pink roses. Special guests included mrs. Henry l Campbell Mother of the Bride elect mrs g r Kennedy sister of the honoree and mrs. Ruben Sneed Mother of the prospective bridegroom miss Campbell and or Sneed will be married sept 18 at Fairmont Park Baptist Church Tell us something about the Plant. M. P. Asian a Yucca is one of the easiest to grow of landscape shrubs. It is very effective in contemporary or modern landscape designs As those prepared for severely modern buildings growing four to six feet tall spreading three to four feet yuccas produce Short trunks or no trunks. Smooth foliage is two to two and one half feet Long and two inches wide each Leaf bears a stiff Point some Call the Plant Spanish Dagger i White Flowers Are borne in clusters at tip of trunk give Yucca full Sun. Good drainage. It thrives in poor soil growing rapidly there Are no insect or disease pests keep dead leaves Cut away Yucca is resistant to Salt suffered by coastal gardens Henry j Smith Exten Sion landscape Horticulturist boots on if you have thin legs and boots seem to swim on you try wearing Legwarmers inside and Roll the cuff Over the top of the Boot Martha Hemphill and Phyllis Zorn of Hickory state treasurer and assistant Secretary of the n. C. Assn. Of insurance women presented the program at the thursday evening meeting of the insurance women of High Point hostess for the meeting was mrs. Larry Jones of Allen Jay Road who served a Buffet. Mrs. Bill Warren gave the collect. The guest speakers presented a program on operation lace. This is a 10-week course that is offered to the local insurance clubs. It s meaning is effective communication and it is a course to help women understand the importance of Correct Public speaking she told the group. Mrs. Sherrill Kennedy presided at the business meeting and reported that National safety week will be held on oct. 3i through nov. 6. Mrs. Doug Parker safety chairman discussed the possibilities of the club working a safety Booth at the Guilford county agricultural fair to be held in september. Judie Honeycutt legislation chairman discussed hours that members spent at the polls and urged them to write their congressman regarding matters concerning them As individuals. Mrs Roy Chilton education chairman reported that nine women were taking a and Cucu courses that Are offered to the insurance Industry at the insurance Institute of Piedmont in Green Sboro. Mrs. Kennedy reported on Little Board meeting to be held at Arlington a. In september. The president and mrs Larry Jones will be attending the meeting mrs. Bill Warren won the door prize. Annual picnic plans told the Golden triad alumnae chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha alumnae is planning the annual summer picnic on sunday at 3 30 All area Zta alumnae Are expected to attend anyone desiring further information should Contact mrs. Ken Cagle Denim remember is one fabric that can move easily from warm to Cool climates and Back again ii la Point Kyrm Prisk i in world of Adelaide Wendler women s editor Friday August 27, 1976. Page 6a plans for a bus tour discussed by at pilots final plans were announced for a bus tour to Williamsburg on sept. 24 through 26 at the dinner meeting of the Pilot club of Archdale Trinity held in the Fellowship Hall of Trinity memorial United methodist Church. Mrs Burnette Spencer gave the invocation and mrs. Dan Lambeth directed the program. Mrs. Lambeth Community service area Leader held a workshop on a Community service project. Gifts were brought by members to be used As Bingo prizes for work with the time out Day treatment program for the Randolph county mental health program. Elma Warner of the a t Pilot club is an Active worker in this program mrs. Cletus Clodfelter. President discussed final plans for the bus tour tickets were distributed for the Square dance and dinner to be held at Kepley a barn on oct 9 music for the event will be furnished by the Trinity string band. The next meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. Spencer on sept. 13. At the sept. 27 meeting the governor of District 6, Pilot International mrs. Otto Funderburk. Will make her official visit to the club. Kathy Gibbons is feted Kathy Gibbons Bride elect of Joseph Edwards Orcas honoured at a floating miscellaneous Shower on tuesday evening hostesses for the event were the bridegroom elects Sisters Cindy Edwards and Jill Tyner. Miss Edwards will serve As a bridesmaid and miss Tyner will serve As a Flower girl. Upon her arrival the Bride elect was presented with a Corsage of yellow mums later in the evening the hostesses presented her with a set of stoneware dishes and a Coffee pot approximately 30 guests were served from a table covered with a Gold Linen cloth and entered with a miniature Bride with Gold Candle holders special guests were the bridegroom elects Mother and grandmother mrs Barbara Tyner and mrs Roy Ope House plans or and mrs Dewey Albarty of 1291 Tredwell dr., Winston Salem former High Point residents Are planning an Ope House on aug 28. The event will be held in Honor of mrs Albarty a missionary brother and his family or. And mrs Dale Hooper from Hast Africa friends of the family Are expected to attend Between the hours of 1-3 Cranford. Miss Gibbons and or Edwards will be wed at Green Street Baptist Church in september miss Gibbons was the honoree at a floating miscellaneous Shower held at the Home of mrs. Roy Cranford the bridegroom elects grandmother assisting was mrs. Tim French his aunt miss Gibbons received a Kitchen Novelty Corsage upon her arrival later she received a set of cookware and an electric mixer approximately 35 guests called Between the appointed hours and were served from a table covered with a Gold Linen cloth and entered with a miniature Bride special guests included mrs Katie Gibbons the Bride elects Mother and mrs. Barbara Tyner the bridegroom elects Mother Kitcko remodeler free estimates phone 882-0722 Marsh kitchens inc a Bernice Quot shop High Point first Quot crafts amp hobbies inc. A fun is visiting a Craft and Hobby shop Quot Art supplies macrame decoupage Model boats . Air planes scale cars hours Mon. Thru Fri. 10-9 2291 English re. Tygh Point sat. 10-6 coming this saturday aug. 28, 1976 High p0in1 set Chi Fairfield Plaza Hwy. 311 s. Miss Nancy Phibbs is complimented at bridal luncheon Nancy Phibbs Bride elect of Charles Tucker was honoured on wednesday at a luncheon held at the Home of mrs Jack Lewis joining mrs Lewis in entertaining were mrs Edward Harris. Mrs John Holder Sandi Lee. Landry Neely and mrs Robert Schuck. All colleagues of miss Phibbs in the mathematics department at Central High school mrs Kenneth Stevens and Gail Harris. The hostesses presented miss Phibbs a Sterling sugar spoon in her chosen Silver pattern guests were directed to the dining room where they served themselves from a Buffet table covered with a White Linen cloth and entered with an arrange ment of yellow mums zinnias and roses special guests included the honoree s Mother mrs Ernest h. Phibbs and mrs Larry e Varner. Miss Phibbs and or. Tucker will speak their vows on sept la at Brown Summit United methodist Church Brown Summit is it it Huffman paint and Wal covering co Ibl n main slide Lei 88 j 8 14/ Ishoi Vree ear were Tim a tartly my in our jewelry department with the Purchase of one pair of earring studs for Guilford optical co. A free parking a int a from main is. 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