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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 1, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Discussing plans members of the dance committee for the candelabra Ball to be held at the top of the Mart on feb. 19 by the newcomers club Are 1-r mrs. Bill Coward mrs. Randy Denman mrs. Him Lombardo mrs. De Wade mrs. Bob Herman and mrs. Larry Lehmann chairman. Staff photo by Sonny Hedgecock miss Adele Caulfield latest weds e. E. Schiller miss Adele Caulfield laughter of or. And mrs. Frank k. Caulfield of 3505 woo View or and Edward e. Schiller son of mrs. Virginia Schiller of Lincroft. N j., and the late Arthur Schiller were married on Jan. 29 at the Cathedral of Belmont Abbey. Belmont. The ceremony took place at p m with the Rev. Kenneth lever officiating. Mrs. George Elgird of Falls Church va., was maid of Honor and William Schiller brother of the bridegroom was beast Man. The brides brother and William Schiller served As lectors. The Flower girl was Mary Caulfield sister of the Brick the Bride was graduated from Bishop England High school Charleston s. A she attended sacred heart College in Belmont for two years and expects to in graduated from inc Charlotte this summer. Her majors Are English and the creative arts. Or Schiller was graduated from Belmont Abbey College and has just completed his master s degree in chemistry at inc Greensboro. The couple will reside in Charlotte. North carolinian wins food contest Las vegas Nev. John Hagener a computer applications specialist from Denver Colo is the 1972 Winner in the 12th la s. Men s Amateur cooking championship sponsored by the potato Chip Instate International. Wagner bested three other contestants in a Cook off at Isar s Palace in Las vegas on Jan. 25. The championship is open to Amateur male Cooks who submit original recipes using potato chips As an ingredient. Hagener won the $1000 first prize for his recipe ca1 led pork a a chips Hill. Second place and a Check for $750 went to Albert s. Duplicate winners announced the Parkway duplicate Bridge club announces winners in their games held on Friday evening at Adams memorial Owca on Gatewood Avenue. Seven tables were in play and the Mitchell movement directed the play. Winners in North South direction were or. And mrs. 1 James Woodard first or. And mrs. Pc Swangen second and or. And mrs Joe met Abe. Third. East West winners were or. And mrs. Richard Mclean first mrs. Evelyn Smith and mrs. Nell pleasant second and mrs. J. S. Hilton and Dick Cowan and mrs. Harvey Mathews and miss Wijma Byerly tied for third place. W Arren of Charlotte n. C., while Carl r. Carlson of Lake Tod n. Y. Finished third and Wei $400. Fourth place finisher was Harold Dooley of Tulsa okla who received a Check for $200. Thrift store plans Sale Jamestown \ one Cen Sale is planned by Jamestown Thrift store on feb 5. Tote first article May be Pur cd sed at the regular Price and the second will be one cent. The store is open tuesdays from to a m. Until noon and on saturdays from to a in. Until 3 pm. Face first Aid the Best Way to keep the face in Good shape and Ward off the Winters damage is to follow a daily facial routine. First Wash with a medicated Cleanser then splash on an astringent. Finally use a Moisturizer to keep the skin from drying. Stronger astringents and cleansers should be used for oily skin and a thicker Moisturizer maybe even Mayonnaise for skin. Flowers for All occasion High Point i leading Florist Crace Flower shop my wry a a we tip Ood phone 888-4085 and 882-1617 fresh Cut Flowers Blooming plants Gordons and permanent arrangements Fob All occasions Hazel Williams decorator 4018 s main Street new phone number 431 2101 e deliver Bonk cords we Corr of ugh Point Enterprise the world of Adelaide s editor tuesday february i. 1972. 6-a local group returns from trip to England a urn a gone. Polyester a Xiv Titi first Quality i 1/2 Yard free for every 2 Yards you buy. Material at irregular prices Sigea ind term w a located at the Corner of Tryon St and Courtesy m re across from Thomas Cor works arrivals Eric Garner or and mrs. Roger Al Garner of 809 a. Carr St. Announce the arrival of their son Erie Browning on Jan. 28 at High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Garner is the former miss Lucille Melton of High Point. Jennifer Setzer or and mrs. Rick Setzer of it. 4, Thomasville Are parents of a daughter. Jennifer Lynn who was born on Jan. To at the High Point Hospital. Kimberly Taylor or. And mrs. John Taylor of 511 a. Memorial Park dr., Thomasville announce the Jan. 31 arrival of their daughter Kimberly Ann at the local Hospital. Mrs. Taylor is the former Brenda Morgan of Thomasville. Roger Whitlock pvt. And mrs. Roger Whitlock of 204 Elmhurst Are parents of a son Roger Wayne in who was born at the High Point Hospital on Jan 30 or s. Whitlock is the former Sandra Wallington of High Point. Catheryn Styers or. And mrs Scott Styers of .123 a. Woodlawn St., Thomasville announce the birth of their daughter c a t h e r y n Marie on Jan. 29 at High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Styers is the former Beverly Couch of Thomasville. Donald Patterson or. And mrs. Donald c. Patterson of 2219 Hilton ct., High Point announce the Jan. 27 birth of their son Donald Craig or. At the High Point Hospital mrs. Patterson is the former Patricia Saude of High Point. George Lambeth or. And mrs. Charles f. Lambeth or. Of to Lodge dr., Thomasville Are parents of a son George Finch on Jan. 25 at Community general Hospital Thomasville. Mrs. Lambeth is the former Emily Finch of Thomasville. A group of High Point and area residents have returned to their Homes after what All of them term an a a unforgettable trip to London England. The group joined the party of Joseph Wallace King of w Inston Salem a Vin Ciati for the unveiling of his portrait of her majesty Queen Elizabeth ii. High pointers in the party included or. And mrs. Donald Conrad mrs. De Hardin misses sue sea Mon and Pat Plaxico mrs. De Lyon mrs. Howard Marsh mrs. A. Scott Parker and mrs. William g. Ragsdale of Jamestown. The group left on Jan. 22 and returned on sunday. The unveiling took place on Jan. 23 at the Royal portrait. Mall gallery following a gala reception. The group was welcomed by lord Franks chairman of the wellcome trustees and a former British ambassador. After viewing the 4x6-foot painting in its heavy Gold Frame with the British Seal at the top. The speaker remarked that it is appropriate for a North Carolina artist to paint a portrait of the Queen and it is equally appropriate for the state of North Carolina to receive the portrait since it was on the North Carolina coast that the first English settlement was established. He said that the ties Are close. On monday the group had a general tour of London. A highlight of the weeks piano concert Given for musical Art club the High Point musical Art club a member of the National federation of music clubs presented Burton a. Bumgarner and Lindsay r. Odom in a piano concert last evening at High Point memorial auditorium. Or. Bumgarner a piano major at Brevard College played a italian concerto a by Bach Chopin a a revolutionary etude Quot a la Cathedral eng Loutie prelude a by Debussy and a suggestion Diab Olique Quot by Prokofieff. A student at the school of the arts or. Odom played a Sonetta 104 Del Petrorca Quot Dac elects to general by Liszt Chopin so ballade in and a Lapres Une lecture de by Liszt the program was closed with or. Odem and or. Bumgarner playing a concertino or two pianos by Shostakovich. A Short business session was held for members at 7 30 p. In. With mrs. Kenneth Moore presiding. After the concert refreshments were served by the Host committee or. And mrs William Highbaugh mrs. Boyd flouts Marvin Williams. Miss Jeanne Montgomery and Fielding Kearns. Delegates Assembly delegates were appointed to attend the general Assembly of daughters of the american colonists in Washington. D. On april 9-12 at the meeting of Springfield chapter of Dac on saturday. The group met at the Home of mrs r. L Brinsonjr. It was Antoum cd that member Are preparing ancestral sketches to present at meetings. And arc searching for historical Papern with n their families. Plans were made for the next meet Rig to take place in May. A gue t speaker will be present. Mrs. Nesbit Caughrean reported on the n. State Dac Assembly which she attended. Concern was expressed by members for the veterans hospitals and it was stated that further plans on the subject will be made at the next meeting. Activities was a trip to Brighton 50 Miles South of London on the coast. The group went by luxury train during which time Tea and refreshments were served. They were taken to the summer Palace built by George in where a reception was Given in the ballroom Irater they were invited into the dining room for a seated formal dinner. The Mayoress of Brighton substituting for her husband who was attending a City Council meeting was seated at the right Side of or. King. On his other Side was the owner of the Hammond Art galleries in new York City. Both spoke As did or. King who explained How he obtained the commission to paint the portrait. Or King also entertained the group with his ventriloquist act. During the week the local and area residents went sightseeing in and around London. The portrait was painted from sittings at Buckingham Palace during november 1971, and will be handed Over to the state of North Carolina in april to Mark the opening of the new wellcome research laboratories in research Triangle Park near Raleigh. The artist whose previous Sitters have included Madame Pandit and president Nixon often signs himself a Vin Riata Quot. A name shortened from Vin Ciliata the Castle outside Florence Italy which has been his inspiration and has served As a background to a number of his pictures. Born in Spencer. Va., on May la. 1912, he has spent most of his life in North Carolina. He studied at the Corcoran school of Art and in Italy and France and has exhibited in Paris Rome. London and new York. 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