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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - January 15, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Up High Point Enterprise it of of f tit the world 0/ w of k n Adelaide trendier women j editor Fine arts dept. Hears plans for contests scheduled in february Sara Ellen Griffin weds Larry Timothy Pierce tuesday january 15,1974page 6a Archdale Trinity Junior women install new officers mrs. Doris Spencer presided at the installation of new officers of the Archdale Trinity Junior woman s club held on thursday at the Western sizzling restaurant. Mrs. Spencer used the theme latest of love while installing the following officers president mrs. Joni Gillis first vice president miss Janet Frye second vice president mrs. Jeretta Zachary Secretary Marilyn Coggins treasurer a Ennis Potts or. And mrs. Robert Potts of 232 Mandu Stry St. Announce the birth of a daughter Ennis Elaine who was born on Jan. 14 at High Point memorial Hospital. Stephanie Welborn or. And mrs. Steve Welborn of 315-a Chestnut or. Are parents of a daughter Stephanie Marie. The child was born on Jan. 12 at the local Hospital. Mrs. Welborn is the former Elaine sheets of High Point. Kevin Clemmons or. And mrs. Julius Clemmons of 3910 n. Main St. Announce the birth of their son Kevin Bradley who was born at the High Point Hospital on Jan. 12. Mrs. Clemmons is the former Judy Jones of Whiteville. Jason Shaw the Jan. 9 birth of their son Jason Daniel is announced by or. And mrs. Daniel l. Shaw of Roby drive Archdale. The child was born at the local Hospital. Mrs. Shaw is the i i i % % to % former Donna Point. Christopher Boozer Cox of High or. And mrs. Stephen Boozer of 604 e. Green or. Are the parents of a son. Christopher Warner bom on Jan. 4 at High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Boozer is the former Vickie Austin. Terrie Harrison or. And mrs. Andy Harrison of it. 4, Thomasville announce the Jan. 13 arrival of a daughter Terne Lynn who was bom at the High Point Hospital. Mrs. Harrison is the former Brenda Crouse of Thomasville. Tramples Cox or. And mrs. Wendell Cox of it. 2, Thomasville announce the Jan. 12 arrival of their son trampus Dustin who was born in High Point memorial Hospital. Jonathan Wilson or. And mrs. David t. Wilson of 408 Mon lieu ave. Announce the birth of their son Jonathan Launtz on Jan. To at Moses h. Cone memorial Hospital in Greensboro. Mrs. Jan Tysinger historian miss Debby Macaluso chaplain mrs. Cindy Stanley and parliamentarian mrs. Wanda Chapman. The new officers formed a heart to represent the theme. New members were also installed. They Are mrs. Debbie Summey mrs. Jadene Hill mrs. Janice Zachary and mrs. Donna Zachary. Mrs. Marge Clements and mrs. Doris Spencer who Are the club s advisors presented members with a new scrapbook with the clubs name engraved on the front. The guest was mrs. Jean Nurney who was chosen woman of the year by the Archdale Trinity woman s club. A Centrepiece of Pink carnations and Pink candles was used at the refreshment table. Beta Sigma Phi Council makes plans Soprano entertains Friday music study club mrs. C. H. Roundtree Soprano presented a varied program at the meeting of Friday morning music study club at the Home of mrs. R. Bencini. Mrs. Roundtree Sang selections by Vida de Haydn Dup Are Barber and Nucinni. She was accompanied by Nancy Matheson. Who also played music by Persichetti and Chopin during the program. Assisting mrs. Bencini in entertaining were mrs. G. A. Mebane mrs. Troy Lee and mrs. A. B Huff. The hostesses served luncheon to 19 members and four guests. Mrs. Wilbur Currie president conducted the business session and appointed mrs. J. W. Lindsay and mrs. R. Herman to report Community musical activities to the club. Members were reminded of the forthcoming romanian Folk Ballet performance on Jan. 21 at High Point College and a Brigadoon Quot on w wednesday at Asheboro senior High school. Guests welcomed were mrs Lyman Mason. Mrs. Bill Joyce. Mrs. Sylvia Carter and Nancy Matheson. Mrs. Lindsay program chairman announced that mrs. A Wilkinson will be hostess at the february meeting. Students of members will give the program. Plans in which All chapters will participate were discussed at a meeting of the High Point Beta Sigma Phi City Council in the audio visual room of the High Point Public Library. Mrs. Belle Lowe Council president conducted the business meeting discussion of election of officers for the coming year was held and a nominating committee was appointed. Members were selected from each chapter. Chairman of the committee is Estie Pope. The committee will meet on feb. 6 at the Home of mrs. Pope at 7 30 . The annual Valentine Ball scheduled feb. 15 was discussed. The event will take place at the Thomasville woman s club. Carole Dunlap president of Epsilon Zeta chapter described decorations to be used at the Ball. Mrs. Lowe will Crown the Queens at the Ball and mrs. Pope will do the commentary. Reservations and checks in Advance will be accepted by the treasurer. All reservations will be closed by feb. 13 when the Council will again meet at the Library. Use White Pepper in a Light coloured sauce where specks of Black Pepper Are not desirable. White Pepper is nothing but Black Pepper husked of its dark outer Shell. Plans for two contests were announced to members of the Fine arts dept of the High Point woman s club when they met Friday in the Home of mrs. Beatrice Nelson 206 Louise ave. Mrs. Eugene Braxton Art chairman reported that the local Art contest will be held at. The High Point Library on feb. 16. The exhibit will be on display for one week. She urged members to enter Art sculpture and photography in the contest. Mrs. H. M. Taylor announced plans for the crafts contest to be held at the Library on feb. 20. She urged members to enter handcrafts in this contest. Winners will enter District Competition in March. Mrs. Neal Lancaster Fine arts chairman conducted the business session. She introduced committee members mrs. Braxton mrs. B. J. Williams mrs. D. L. Lanier mrs. Elford York mrs. N. S. Stirewalt mrs. F. E. Lewis and mrs. H. M. Taylor. Program for the evening was presented by Judy Nelson co owner of a the old needlework shop Quot and Loma Benton needlepoint instructor. Mrs. Benton teaches 46 different decorative stitches including the tent and Continental. She displayed pillows using various stitches and yams. Three ply persian yarn is used in the stitching explained the speaker. Some designs Are reworked and Only the background is filled in. Other designs Are worked in their entirety. When completed the Canvas is washed in a Wool detergent and blocked while wet. The speaker displayed pocketbooks of needlepoint using decorative stitches and pointed out that some stitches Are More appropriate for use As Borders. Mrs. Benton called attention to the Many instruction books which May be purchased As Naid to those interested in learning to do needlepoint. Following her talk she conducted a question and answer period. Is. Nelson discussed the Art of danish embroidery. She studied the process in Denmark last Spring and she displayed samples of the yarn linens Needles and instruction books. The speaker explained that in danish embroidery the Cross stitch is used counting threads and being sure stitches Are in the same direction. She stated that a closely Woven fabric should be used with Wool embroidery thread from Denmark. In conclusion she advised members to consult the books for a variety of designs. She displayed pictures framed with curtain rings miniature pictures place Mats eyeglass cases Bell pulls for doors pillows and Linen cloths. Associate hostesses for the meeting were mrs. H. T. Short and mrs. Bernard Lasine. Mrs. E. E. Younts gave the invocation. A Buffet luncheon was served in the dining area. The table was covered with an imported lace cloth and entered with an arrangement of greenery and red berries. Mrs. Lancaster announced that the next month s program will be a Book review by mrs. C. E. Mounts. Members will meet in the Home of mrs. C. G. Mackintosh. Sara Ellen Griffin daughter of or. And mrs. Edgar Griffin of route 3, and Cpl. Larry Timothy Pierce son of or. And mrs. Cecil Pierce of route 5, were wed on sunday in a 3 . Ceremony at Zarreli Street Baptist Church. The Rev. George Wallace was officiating minister. Wedding musicians were organist Candy leak and soloist Mike Ferguson. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a floor length gown of White lace Over taffeta. A veil of illusion was attached to a Bow Headpiece. She carried a Bible topped with Pink roses and White carnations. Maid of Honor was the brides sister june Griffin. Bridesmaids were Vickie Johnson Wanda Hay Shoffner and Virginia Horn Day. The attendants wore gowns of Floral polyester Over taffeta and carried Long stemmed mums. Best Man was Terry Wayne Kinley. Ushers were the Bride s Brothers Edgar Roger and David Griffin. A graduate of Trinity senior High school the Bride was a member of the future homemakers of America. She is employed by food world. The bridegroom attended Trinity senior High school and is in the u. S. Marine corps. The couple will reside at Camp Lejeune. The cake cutting was held at the Home of the brides grandmother mrs. Ellen Mcrae route 3, following the ceremony. Habits of purple Martin discussed for Sunset club at wit s end bargain perfume is rather hard to take by Erma Bombeck Mexico i did t really write this column in Mexico but i like to give it a Little class once in awhile. Actually. I was across the Border just Long enough to drink three a spectate stingers consult my Spanish dictionary and say a Ricardo Montalba your Zipper is on fire Quot and Purchase a quart of French perfume for $3. The latter is important because my husband has always accused me of being Lousy at bickering he once told me i could t sell a paper route two weeks before Christmas. That is until i got All that French perfume for $3. A i still done to see How you did it a he said. A face it preppie a i said a you Are married to a financial Quot i Hope you re a giant at fixing fuel pumps because i think our Gas line is he stopped the car and checked then returned and said a the smell is coming from inside the car. I think it s your French a it s a Little Strong Quot i admitted. A but give it a Chance. When the alcohol Burns off you wont be Able to keep your hands off we Rode Home with the windows Down. The kids were the next to notice the perfume. One of them said Quot Why do we have a Bug repellent burning in the Winter Quot a it s not a Bug repellent a i said. A then How come the Bird just died Quot a it s not dead. I can still see it my Friend Mayva did t get a Chance to whiff it until a couple of Days later. A do you like it Quot i said waving the Cap under her nose. A like it i Haven to smelled anything like that since we left the cat in our Cabin Over the summer. What is it Quot a it s a bottle of French perfume that i brought Back from Mexico for three a that s All they paid you you should have held out for More.�?�. A a Ixion Mayva a i said a live had enough of your innuendoes. I am going to try to be More of a woman so he can be More of a a it won t be easy a said Mayva picking up the bottle and Reading from the Label. A this says pot homme a which in French Means for a so it s More of a Challenge with after shave Cologne. Members of the Sunset Garden club of Archdale Trinity heard a discussion on the purple Martin during their meeting Friday in the Home of mrs. Albert Gross. Mrs. Leroy Hancock described this species referring to it As a a glorified since it belongs to this family of Birds. The female is smaller than the male she continued and there is a marked distinction in their colouring. She stated that in flight the purple Martin resembles a miniature plane. Mrs. Hancock noted that in North Carolina this Bird May be found throughout the warm weather months. The eggs Are Laid in May and the Birds begin their migration the latter part of August. The speaker stated that these Are sociable Birds preferring to live in colonies. One observer wrote of having located 50 pairs of Martins residing in a group. Gourds Are often used As Homes by these Birds she continued hence the saying a straight As a Martin to its in earlier Days the speaker said Chicken Farmers in North Carolina used purple Martins to protect their chickens from Hawks. A although much smaller the Bird is a formidable foe of the Chicken Hawk a she added another advantage to having the purple Martin around according to the speaker is that they feed on insects and can consume As Many As 2,000 mosquitoes in a Day. In the discussion period which followed the program members told of their experiences in feeding these Birds and providing them with shelter. Mrs. Hancock served As associate hostess for the meeting. As guests arrived they were served Coffee and a Sweet course. During the business session conducted by the president mrs. Shelley c. York members discussed the replacement of a Marker and the planting of new shrubs at the plot maintained by the club. The beautification committee was instructed to proceed with the work As soon As possible. Mrs. H. S. Spencer club librarian read a list of books belonging to the club which Are available to members. Wando Grubb honoured at bridal Shower miss Wanda sue Grubb Bride elect of Tommy Ray arts crafts classes open on monday an arts and crafts class for children will begin at the Owca on Gatewood Avenue on monday afternoon. The class will meet each monday for ten weeks from 4 30 5 30 . Boys and girls Ages 6 through 12 May enter the course. Instructor for the class will be mrs. Peter Kopack who has taught Many classes at the y. The children will work on a different project each week through creative learning. All materials for the course will be supplied by the y. Register at the Owca or Call for further information. Complete tune up every part checked cleaned. Adjusted and lubricated at needed. Free pick up Only Call Hus 8858493 �?~7.95 the vacuum Center sales amp service i 77 w Broad St to u i a Large group of women s Brand dress and casual to 20.00 be oses Southgate Center wednesday 5 of pair thursday 4 of pair Friday $400 pair enjoy an indoor Garden this Winter we have a Complete selection of a indoor plants a All sizes a terrarium containers # plants and supplies a free help or. How to make and care for your terrarium a terrariums made to order 5�� to j50�� Turner landscape co. Garden House 831 n. Main 8 Sunset phone 88-29622 open 8 30 5 30 Mon. Sat. Mrs. Larry Timothy Pierce Owca Book review meeting set thursday the Owca Book review will meet at the y on Gatewood Avenue thursday. Meeting time is 10 30 a m. Miss Marcella cabler will review a my Helenka Quot by mrs. Mary Lee Macmillan of Raleigh. Mrs. Macmillan has served As Secretary to Madame Paderewski and the Book is a Story of her experiences id that capacity. Book review is a Public service program sponsored by the adult committee of the Owca. There is no charge and the event is open to the Public. Williams Flowers Quality Flowers professional service 301 Inrush 0 Cau 111 411 draperies like new cleaned color brightened amp text sized. Cle Anes a Laundy Rius 1670 English Tell 885 2101 i Waldon was honoured at a bridal Shower on Friday evening. Hostesses were Sarah Hubbard Linda Collins and sue Cockerham. The event was Given at the Home of mrs. Hubbard 1204 Johnson St. A Pink and White color theme was emphasized in the decorations for the event and refreshments were served from a table covered with Pink Linen and entered with Pink and White Flowers. Among the guests were mrs. H. L. Davis Mother of the Bride elect and mrs. James Waldon Mother of miss Grubb s Fiance. The couple will be married on feb. 14. Your family needs four or More Servings of vegetables and fruits every Day. Be sure to include dark Green or yellow vegetables Citrus fruit or tomatoes. Guilford optical co. A free parking a enter from main St. Next to building 654 Telephone North main 885-2647 serving this area since 1947. Large selection of latest fashions in frames. Let us fill your next prescription for classes. Four registered opticians to serve you Jack Southerland Hoyt Wilson Aubrey Bowman Garland Pugh in use the new Gia custom Mark v Gem Olite Gem scope when choosing the Quality Diamond you re sure to want. Diamonds mole a gift of log a come in soon Psi open 6 30 to 6 30 one hour Mumm. Ii the most in Day cleaning for our customers who missed our sunday 1 /2 Price and. Good Only at one hour Marti Aling bring this Coupon with clothing and receive i off All dry cleaning on tues., wed., thurs. Jan. 15, 16, 17 offer Good with Coupon Only Cut and save Money 5 shirts Only $125 3 locations a 2351 English re. Beside Anderson drug a Fairfield Plaza a 2406 n. Main St. Beside varsity drive in it f 1-15 4

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