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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 11, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Which is Best for your carpet % Call 883-2514 and let us explain 4 mechanical actions of Quality cleaning High Point Enterprise the world of Etc scene of Sophomore dance Adelaide trendier. Monday february la 1974page 6a Barbara Ellen Folwell Michael Boyles marry editor Barbara Ellen Folwell daughter of or. And mrs. William h. Folwell of route 3. And Michael Craig Boyles son of or. And mrs. R. L. Boyles or. Of Merle drive Trinity were wed on sunday in a 3 . Ceremony at Hickory Chapel Wesleyan Church. The Rev. Paul Allred and the Rev. E. B. Stewart officiated at the nuptials. Wedding musicians were Mike Jones soloist and Pat Ogle organist. The Bride was escorted to the altar by her father. She wore a sheer organza and Chantilly lace gown designed with lace Empire bodice and mandarin neckline with lace accents on the Bishop sleeves. The flared a line skirt was bordered with lace. She wore a Chapel length Mantilla and carried a nosegay of White roses. Maid of Honor was Katie Jones. Bridesmaids were Myrtle Folwell and Christine Folwell Sisters of the Bride and Mandy Boyles sister of the bridegroom. The attendants wore Empire styled dresses of Light Blue polyester crepe and carried White Long stemmed mums. The bridegroom s father was Best Man. Ushers were Jerry Boyles Gary Boyles and c. E. Hardin or. The Bride is a graduate of Trinity senior High school. She is employed with Golding Brothers inc. The bridegroom is a graduate of Trinity senior High school and Davidson Community College. He is employed with Lyles Chevrolet. The couple will reside on route 3. Following the rehearsal on saturday evening the couples parents entertained at a cake cutting at the Church activity building. Installation held by Friendship club officers of the Friendship club of the Owca were installed at the meeting held at the Owca on Gatewood Avenue. New officers Are president Ruby Craven vice president Viola Norman treasurer Mable Whitley Secretary Ruby Kirk executive committee. Norman Luther Lilly Freeman and Mable Whitley. Following the installation ceremony plans were made for a Valentine Box supper to be held on wednesday evening at the Owca at 7 . Bingo was played during the evening. Anyone interested in attending the meetings should Call the Owca. Sophomore girls of Emerywood country club had a sweetheart dance at the club on saturday evening. Music was provided by the graceless ladies band. A Valentine theme was emphasized in the table decorations. The Centrepieces were composed of red and White Flowers with greenery and the party foods carried out the theme. Hostesses for the party were Martha Adkins Nancy Allen Lynn Beaver Julie Bulla Sam Carter Gayle Culler Arden dowdy Mari Farrington Dillard Fields Libby Garten Jennifer Homey Heather Hunt Susan Alderton Jamie Johnson Susan Kuhn Betsy Linthicum Tina Mizelle Maureen Morey Julie Randle Cindy Rhodenhiser Michelle Sloan Carol Stanley Lisa Templeton. Phyllis Warner and Anna Wright. Carol Stanley had charge of decorations and Martha Adkins was chairman of the invitations committee. Betsy Linthicum was Bank chairman. Chaperones were or. And mrs. W. E. Linthicum or. And mrs. Scott Garten or. And mrs. Ronald Stanley or. And mrs. J. R. Rhodenhiser or. And mrs. Clarence Alderton or. And mrs. John Templeton or. And mrs. Charles Carter or. And mrs. Herbert Adkins or. And mrs. Phil Warner or. And mrs. Keith Eichom or and mrs. John Farrington or. And mrs. James Homey and or. And mrs. William Wright. Awaiting guests four of the hostesses at the Sophomore dance on saturday evening at Emerywood country club await guests. They Are 1-r Betsy Linthicum Cindy Rhodenhiser Libby Garten and Heather Hunt. Staff photo by Mark Austin musical program is presented mrs. Boyles club history discussed by mrs. J. D. Martin mrs. J. D. Martin gave a resume of the history of nature study Garden club at the meeting held on thursday with mrs. Harold Cheek of 964 Nottingham re. Mrs. Martin told of events in 1945 when 15 members of the tuesday afternoon and wildflower Garden clubs resolved to begin a new group called nature study. The late mrs. J. F. Hayden was credited with having been the founder. Mrs. Martin invited the group to stand for a minute of silent memorial respect to the memory of mrs. Hayden. Tributes followed with the naming of events in the lives of members of nature study club in which mrs. Hayden figured. Reference was made to the Hayden Home on Washington Street and How much mrs. Hayden wished it might have been moved piece by piece to the Rockford Road location. Mrs Hayden a Early electric motor car with Small vases for real Flowers at each Side was discussed and mrs. E. E. Koonce reminisced of girlhood recollections concerning mrs. Hayden s Community activities. A letter was read from the state scholarship fund chairman acknowledging the gift of $10 from nature study. Members went on record As planning to place a Christmas tree each year in the children a Ward of High Point memorial Hospital As was done this past year by mrs. Martin and mrs. Fred Alexander. The White elephant Sale of february was noted As a Success for the Treasury and would be repeated at a later Date. A memorial to mrs. Arthur Alexander Ingram Mother of mrs. J. D. Martin was acknowledged. Mrs. E. E. Koonce recommended the Quality of instruction one could expect March 12 to 14 when course number three of the Flower show school will be held at the Guilford county agricultural Center. The awards Sheet was checked indicating hundreds now and placing them in soil would assure new plants. The cooperative venture of the High Point museum Guild and the High Point Garden club Council for a tour of Homes in april was discussed. Two Homes Are assured that of or James Johnson and or. And mrs. Thayer Coggin it was announced. The Home tour will show Homes typifying a one Hundred year period in building. Tickets for the Charlotte Home show feb. 23 to March 3 May be secured at the Sears Garden Center and at the Owca on Gatewood Avenue with a percentage of ticket sales going to the local Garden club. Persons interested in bus transportation to Charlotte for the Home show May Register at the Owca. An announcement was made that Larry Green will teach restoration of old furniture and the making of window shades at the Owca feb. La at 7 . Mrs. Bessie Pope presented four books on horticulture to miss Gladis Kivett mrs David Jones president and to the memory of the late mrs Dale Montgomery and the late mrs. W. B. Lee. It was announced that the second plane sponsored by the North Carolina Garden clubs going to Hawaii on March 1-9 still has available space. The Flower school to be held in Greensboro on March 12-14 was announced As was the 49th annual meeting of the North Carolina Garden clubs to be held in Asheville on april 29 to May i. Mrs. Fred Alexander gave the report of the nominating committee and announced the following officers for the coming year mrs. B e. Vaughan chairman mrs. R. B Moore vice chairman mrs. Garton watch your fat go lose ugly excess weight with the sensible new fat go diet a. Johnson Secretary mrs. Harold Cheek treasurer and mrs. Fred Alexander custodian. Mrs. Vaughan program chairman introduced mrs George Nicholson who stated that the Art of preserving Flowers is an old skill done by hanging grasses and leaves in a dark Cool place to dry. Mrs Nicholson demonstrated her Art and exhibited varieties of her collection of place cards Bridge pads pictures trays Oriental style eggshells and desk weights. She recommended gathering Flowers on a dry Day at noon when the moisture is gone and placing the specimens Between pages of an old Telephone Book to help absorb remaining moisture. Hydrangeas buttercups morning glories and pansies were some of the Flower recommended. Mrs. Nicholson demonstrated the wiring of a Rose and explained what procedures to take to dry the Flower. At the conclusion of the program mrs. Vaughan presented mrs. Nicholson with a copy of Joyce Hifler a Book a think on these mrs. David Jones read from Thoreau a the greatest tragedy is not that we quarrel but that we done to take time to know one another and to practice Good save Energy by not preheating your oven for items such As meat and baked potatoes a they really done to need it. But foods made with sugar such As cookies and cakes will need a preheated group hears review mrs. David Butterworth reviewed the Book a fire in the Lake a by Frances Fitzgerald at the Friday meeting of the Eso Reading group of the High Point woman a club held with mrs. Jack Dickinson of 3007 Cove Wood re. A Short business meeting was conducted by the chairman mrs. W. It Locke. It was decided that the next category for Reading would be a famous House and historic Sites. A Sweet course and Coffee was served by mrs. Dickinson. Today s recipe chef Marian s dish of the Day cheese Croutons by Marian Burros women a news service nibblers at cocktails or floaters in soup. 3 Tablespoons butter or Margarine i it cups bite size shredded wheat biscuits cup 2 ounces grated Parmesan cheese melt butter Over Low heat in a medium size Skillet. Add biscuits. Heat for five minutes constantly turning biscuits gently with a spoon. Remove from heat. Add cheese tossing gently to coat biscuits. Serve warm or Cool. Store in tightly covered Jar in refrigerator. Yield la cups Ellin Gion Florist members of the Agenda club were entertained with an informal musical program presented by mrs. Beverly Caudle and her daughter Melissa when they met for dinner on thursday evening at the Owca on Gatewood Avenue. Solos and duets with a love theme for Valentine Day were greatly presented to the 30 members present. Program presented by music students seventeen members eight guests and performing students attended the meeting of the Friday morning music study club held at the Home of mrs. L. L. Wilkinson on Rockford Road. A Short business session was followed by the presentation of the program by chairman mrs. J. W. Lindsey. A luncheon was served by the hostesses mrs. Wilkinson Dogwood club plans meeting members of the Dogwood Garden club will meet with mrs. Herman Hunter of 1103, Greenway or. On wednesday at to a m. The program will be presented by mrs. Farah Schenk. Meet planned mrs. Edith f. Ruth and mrs. C. J. Rountree. Teachers who presented students were mrs. Wilbur Currie mrs. Richard Crowder mrs. T. A. Schubert mrs. Troy Lee and mrs. Robert Herman. Students of club members who performed were Mark Kearns Lynn York Maria Mcdaniel Lynn Crowder Elizabeth Mendenhall Laura Wood Susan Mcfalls Susan Alderton Steve Bouldin and Gene Martin. The following guests were welcomed mrs. S. Mendenhall mrs. D. L. Bouldin mrs. Fred Wood mrs. C. Alderton mrs. Eugene Bouldin mrs. L. Albertson mrs. C. A. Paffe and mrs. Eugene Martin. The March meeting will be held with mrs Alton Stanford. All members Are expected to attend. Mrs. B. H. Groce introduced the guests and Melissa Sang a it s a grand night for singing a Lovliest night of the year a love makes the world go round a do i love you and a falling in love with you. Ramona Sang a smiling thru and a if you were the Only girls. Duets included a a always a let me Call you sweetheart and a what the world needs now with mrs. Caudle accompanying on the piano. Mrs. Willard Corum welcomed mrs. Julia Sherrill adult director who announced a furniture refinishing class to be offered at the Owca on monday evening free for Owca members. Mrs. Corum appointed a committee composed of mrs. Paul Bulla mrs. Chloe Feree and mrs. Ralph Norman to revise the Constitution and by Laws. Fur trim s Coats. Mrs. Dorothy Price and mrs. Zoe Gatewood were hostesses for the evening. The head table featured a red Carnation and White mums Pedestal arrangement with White candles in three branched holders and red candles with Valentine arrangements on individual tables. Tuesday meet plans told the High Point Garden club will meet on tuesday at the cottage of mrs. William j. Fraley at the presbyterian Home. Time of the meeting is to am. Carefully cleaned amp hand finished. Swum cleaners launderers 1670 English Tel. 885-2101 for tonight members of the auxiliary to vow 1960 will meet this evening at the Post Home on w. Burton Street. Time of the meeting is 7 30 of clock. Williams Flowers Send Flowers to your Valentine 2012 English re. Quot Cau 882 4161 office line of commercial stationary a desks a filing cabinets a everything for the office a chairs a Complete line of flags prompt delivery service Tel. Im-7711 or u3 7314 Home of smiling faces Dennis office Supply company 840 s. Main St. Hours 8 30-5, . Ca Holiday Irso Vii t leave drapery cleaning to Sartin s pros. Call for take Down amp re hang service today fabric freshened draperies no matter what the Label dry cleans better i Sartin s quicker than you think cleaners launderers pcs n. a. 1.1. 882-631 2418 5 main St. For All occasions arrangement Large or Small Call Day pm. 88262 i 7 night pm 8884032 of plantings by members since pan nothing sensational just March i of 1973. The horticultural report was Given by mrs. B. E. Vaughan who told How seeds could be propagated with using equal parts of soil peat Moss and Sand in a four Inch steady weight loss for those that really want to lose. A full 12 Day Supply Only $3.00. Ask drug store about the fat go reducing plan and Start losing weight this week. Money Back in full if not Complete deep Container and scattering the vey a Stupac kagl0$s it rom seeds on top covering with a Light application of peat or Sand placing in a Light place at temperature 65 to 70 degrees. 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