High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Feb 13 1972, Page 22

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 13, 1972, High Point, North Carolina So High Point Enterprise sunday february 13, 1972 at wits end wants privileges by Erma Bombeck when women s lib comes out for a equal i will join it. I Don t mind dancing backwards. I done to mind my buttons being on the wrong Side of my Blouse. And i Don t mind having to ask for a key everyone i w ant to go to a service station restroom. But just once i would like to have my cold Given the same respect As a Man s cold. A few weeks ago when my husband had the sniffles he took his cold to his bed. Summoned three medical opinions insisted i mail the children out of the state installed a dumbwaiters in his bedroom me and wrote to Abc insisting he would make a great two part series for a Marcus Welby m. D two Days ago i awoke to pain my head was feverish my lips cracked. My Throat was dry i was nauseous. Every Bone in my body begged to be put to Rem a i do not feel Well i Aid to my husband. A in fact i Don t mean to be dramatic but i think i am dying a a does that mean you re not going to get dressed a he asked impatiently looking at his watch. A you Don t understand a i said. A it is pure penance to breathe. My head aches. My eyes feel like round razor Blades and it s Only a matter of minutes before i go to that big Utility room in the a i feel the same Way when i sleep too Long in the mornings a he said. A but its Only 6 30.�?� i said huskily. A so. Eat a Little Bacon hash Browns covered with Catsup and where Are you going Quot you be heard it. Sisters now what Are we going to do about it i propose we initiate Federal legislation to make women s colds Legal in All of the 50 states and to be protected under a new Law called bom Beck s equal cold Opportunity Bill. The Bill would provide that women would receive More than 15 minutes to get Over a 24-hour virus. Under equal Opportunity her cold would be granted the right to stay in bed and would be exempt from car pools Kitchen duty laundry Bowling and visiting the sick. Any husband who degrades and taunts his wife s cold with such remarks As. A maybe it was the pot roast a or a a you re just or a if it hangs on till Spring you a better see a doctor a or a get on your feet. You re scaring the will be liable to a Fine. Any husband who mentions of it on and hash Brown potatoes to a b ing woman would be put away for 50 Vears a without Benefit of trial Sarah Jane Bishop weds Dwight Monroe Teer miss Sarah Jane Bishop daughter of the Rev. And mrs. William Bishop of 910 old Winston rd., and Dwight Monroe Leer son of Joseph Raymond Teer of 3904 Raintree or Greensboro and mrs Albert Yarborough of 1016 e. Fairfield re. Were wed on feb. 12 at Oakview Baptist Church the Rev. Kenneth Miller Ami the Rev. William Bishop officiated at the j p in. Vows. Wedding musicians were mrs. Paul k mfr Gan soloist and mrs Fred Blackman organist. The Bride was escorted to the altar by her father. She wore an a line gown of Peau de some featuring a Chantilly lace bodice and sleeves and a Chapel length train of lace. Her Headpiece was a Crown of pearls and sequins with a veil of illusion attached she carried a nosegay of Spring Flowers entered with an Orchid Matron of Honor was mrs. Mary Ann revnolds. Bridesmaids were Sandy Ashworth and Judy Hackaday. Junior Tridiv rigid was tar rom Terr Flower girl was Usa Bishop the attendants wore a me. Floor length gowns of red Pean de sole with Matching headpieces. The Flower girl Worp a White gown of Peau de sole they carried nosegay of red and White carnations Raymond Teer the grand father of the bridegroom was Best Man. Ushers were Steve Thore Roger Mckinney Eddie Everhart and Steve Teer. A 1971 graduate of Ragsdale High school the Bride is employed by food world. The bridegroom attend h High Point Central High school and attends Guilford technical Institute. He is employed by the City of High Point and the Rol a rink. The couple will reside at 1344 ring St following the rehearsal on Friday evening the brides parents hosted a cake cutting in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. H a a a rom Sale crinkle Patent stretch boots 10.99 regular 16.00? wet look of stretch crinkle Patent in Black you la want to Wear this Boot from now into Spring. Sizes 5 to to m Width Only. Mail and phone orders a lied. Use Handy order form below shop monday through saturday a 10/9 thqlhnnff5, Phany 835 612-j High Pont n c 2/262 p rout ipod it rho of pain of boo or to 99 size Coop Nome a a a a a a a a a address. charge Large plot no a a a a a a sch cd to c o d. J please Odd 4% soles Tot and 60 of cover mailing Deborah Wingard or. Shue say vows in a 7 30 p. In. Ceremony at pleasant Grove United methodist Church Thomasville last evening. Deborah Ann Wingard and Ernest Lee Shue were United in marriage. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Robert c. Wingard of English Road. And the bridegrooms parents Are or. And mrs. William Ernest Shue of it. La Greensboro. The Rev. Ray Stevens officiated at the ceremony and wedding musicians were mrs. Jerry Balcombe of Simpsonville. S.c., vocalist and mrs. Hazel Higgins of High Point organist. The Bride s father escorted her to the altar and gave her in marriage. She wore an Empire gown of silk organza Over Peau de some fashioned with embroidered Klencon lace bodice lace banded neckline and lace appliques on the a line skirt and Chapel length veil of illusion. The Long Bishop sleeves had lace cuffs. The brides veil was attached to a Cap of Satin and Peau de sole loops and lace. She carried a bouquet of White and Pink Daisy mums tied with Pink streamers. Attending the Bride were Cathy Carter maid of Honor mrs. Dan Wingard. O f Fayetteville Matron of Honor sister in Law of the Bride mrs. Craig Pletcher of Daisy tenn., sister of the bridegroom mrs. Terry Mccraw of Greensboro miss Marcia Harris and miss Hedv rivals of Greensboro bridesmaids. The Honor attendants were gowned in Empire dresses of Pink brocade and velveteen and the bridesmaids gowns were of Pink brocade. The dresses were fashioned with High collars and puffed sleeves. Miss Harris wore Pink velveteen. Their headpieces were of Pink Flowers attached to circular Pink tulle veils. Each attendant carried a Long stemmed Pink mum tied with Pink ribbon streamers. Best Man was the bridegrooms father. Ushers were Craig Pelcher. Brother in Law of the bridegroom Dan Wingard. Brother of the Bride Ronnie Shue brother of the bridegroom and Steve trog Den and Gary Brown. The Bride was graduated from High Point Central High school and from Guilford technical Institute with a degree in the medical secretarial Thornburg Galloway couple to say vows Archdale a or. And mrs. A. Carson Thornburg announce the engagement of their daughter. Linda Kristin. To Don Adrian Galloway son of or. And mrs. Adrian e. Galloway of 1435 have Crest or. Charlotte. An Early Spring private ceremony is planned by the couple at St Mary a episcopal Church High Point. The Bride elect received a b a. Degree in English from Check this get checked in this season. Checked suits Short dresses and Gingham jumpers Are brightening up the Winter. Blazer jackets Are worn Over wide trouser pants in Brown and White or Black and White checks with a solid Brown knit Vest or a bolder Check Vest. And try the checked accessories for an added touch. There Are checked shoulder bags checked scarves and even checked boots. Inc Greensboro. Following graduation she was a Secretary in new York City. She later attended High Point College where she earned an a certificate in elementary education. She has taught in Thomasville and is currently teaching in Charlotte. She has been Active in the Community theatres of High Point and Charlotte in the past and is a member of Charlotte ski bees inc. The bridegroom elect has a b a degree in psychology from inc. Chapel Hill. He was a commercial Pilot in Southeast Asia and North Africa and now is president and owner of Century Home build j ers inc. Of Charlotte. He is a member of the bachelors club Charlotte Home builders Assn and Charlotte ski bees inc. ills a ten ulily i Ion to a in Ronessi Tenil Fri u e 2112 infill m. I Linne Sam i ii i a a to to is Sale Thrall mates soft sprite 9.99 Reg. 14 of the most comfortable shoes imaginable with cushioned insole soft cushioned sole soft leather upper. Black or Toupe 6-10 narrow 510 medium 6-10 wide mod phone orders filled thalhimer phone 885-612 l High Point n. C 27262. Please Send me the following thrill motes at 9.99. Quant. Color size Nome. Address zip. Cit state. Charge charge plate no. Check m o. Cod please add 4% soles to Guilford co. 80 to cover mailing. Shop monday through saturday 10/9 Field. She is employed with High Point internal Medicine associates inc. At High Point medical Center. The bridegroom was graduated from Western Guilford High school in Greensboro and attended Guilford technical Institute. He is employed by Duke Power co. In Greensboro. The couple will reside in High Point at 802-a Lake St. A final event for the couple was a rehearsal party in the Fellowship Hall of the Church on Friday evening. Mrs. Ann Harris and mrs. Bobby Young served refreshments from a table covered with White Linen and entered with Pink and White chrysanthemums. A focal Point on the table was a three tiered wedding cake iced in Pink and White. The Bride elect received a Corsage of Pink Flowers to complement her Winter White gown. Fifty guests included members of the wedding party and relatives. Look aft fog sfie/a/6? 3>o/v r crr cart you /rfpp.6/ to Supply you Pim you to a a is. The Lucy a a us a i asks a tags Ooi Ops sfa/p3c�.ts Cue. In Ary Ives co flt by fit a Bufi curse through oui �xc/fi/rv6 zv6.gj z7?. Loc five. 6/fir Azzo d Ecol at 6 /d�,fi2 go okd pc a a look a a Foa you pc Rich m of tech s let a oath Ai it m in to a Quot the House of a fix Quot cd i Luo oos of red and Navy for Spring. It has to be love it s so easy to fall for the Beautiful styling of love s Dacron polyester knit outfits in the season s most popular color combination. And they Are hand or machine washable. Dress and Cope combination in sizes 4 to 6x/ 16.00. Dress and jacket styled with red jacket White dress bodice and Navy skirt in sizes 7 to 14, 20.00. Shop monday through saturday 10/9

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