High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 3 1972, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 3, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Latest arrivals Lisa Bolling or. And mrs. Charles Bolling of 710 Maryland place announce the birth of their daughter Usa Michelle bom on june 28 at the High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Bolling is the former Roma Wishon of High Point. Kelly Asbill a daughter Kelly Paige was bom on june 28 at the local Hospital to or. And mrs. James m. Asbill of route 4, Cox Avenue. Mrs. Asbill is the former Brenda Spivey of High Point. Daniel Cagle Iii or. And mrs. Dan Cagle or. Of 1717 Beau rest or. Are the parents of a son Daniel Franklin Iii bom on june 29 at the High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Cagle is the former Janet Jones of Durham. Jennifer Mcbride or. And mrs. Lewis Mcbride of 1501 furlough St. Are parents of a daughter Jennifer Elaine who was born at the High Point Hospital on june 28. Mrs. Mcbride is the former Jeannie Lindsay of Wadesboro. Stephen Hinson or. And mrs. Charles r. Hinson of 413 peace St. Announce the june 23 birth of a son Stephen Scott at the High Point memorial Hospital. Dramatic draperies draperies carpets accessories r free estimates shop at Home Byron Godfrey 1409 w. Green or. S pause Between dances two of the Honoreen and their dates pause Between dances on the Terrace at Emerywood club. Left to right Are Jane Leonard. Eddie Nease Joann Schute and Jeff Carr. Staff photo by Mark Austin four share honors at dinner party four Young women who were among the 18 debutantes presented at the annual High Point Debutante Ball a t Sedgefield Manor in june were complimented at the Bam dinner theatre on Friday evening. Sharing honors at the party were misses Char Cucumber Lime salad by Marian Burros a delightful summer salad. 1 3 ounce package Lime Gelatin in cups boiling water 2 Tablespoons cider vinegar i Teaspoon grated onion 3a Teaspoon Salt 4 Teaspoon prepared horseradish u Teaspoon prepared Mustard i Large Cucumber grated dissolve Gelatin in boiling water add vinegar and next 4 ingredients. Chill until slightly thickened. Whip Gelatin with rotary beater until Fluffy fold in Cucumber. Pour into Mold and chill until firm. Untold on lettuce. Makes 6 Servings. Lotte Amos Jane Leonard Joann Schute and Dru Utley. Guests included dates of the Honoreen and the other debutantes and their dates. Joining to entertain for the four girls were or. And mrs. Robert t. Amos jr., or. And mrs. Charles b. Blackburn grass problem if you be noticed a greenish or Brownish scum on the Bare soil in your Yard or in places where the turf is thin ifs probably algae. This Small group of primitive Green plants Are the scum you see. Algae can be controlled with any Good Copper fungicide t according to North Carolina state University Plant pathologists. Or. And mrs. Worth b. Hull of Greensboro or. And mrs. William e. Price or. And mrs. Homer l. Smith and or. And mrs. Dean k. Thomas. Appropriately decorated cards marked the places of 46 guests at tables covered with red checked Lamb dishes the less tender cuts of Lamb a breast giblets neck and Shanks can be braised slowly to make excellent and tender Lamb dishes Points out mrs. Ruby Uzzle Extension consumer marketing economist. North Arolina state University. Us Ruhm Khuth of Mai american Hor Al Smyk is Flowers in sifts for Evert 0ccasi0r, Birt nays eh&a6eii�lfts, anniversaries Ani Webb Fis. Achs main St Teim Honi 431 Tio re upholster now r in a Beo Tifal fiction Al lint fabrics to choose from. Our trained representative will Coll in the in voc of your Horn to help you select your fabrics and colors. Coll today 476-6229 a work guaranteed sofa or 2 chairs free poly foam cushions amp guards Asun your Bank am Ricard or master charge plan. Instant credit up to 45 Day til first payment Craft upholstery co. Phone 476-6229 Mon. Sat. Til 9 . 249-1718 or 731-2943 Lexington n c. Each of the Honoreen received a nosegay of daisies when she arrived. Favors for the debutantes were Christmas tree ornaments fashioned to resemble debutantes in Ball gowns. The group had dinner and stayed for the current performance of the play a butter i flies Are Williams Flowers a Quality Flowers o professional service 2012 English re. 17 4161 special wetness problems need a special Onti per Piront remember when you be been nervous or very emotional embarrassing perspiration appears or maybe your body simply perspire More than average it s More common than you think this is when you need a special antiperspirant. One that positively solves perspiration problems and won t Ever let you Down. This special antiperspirant is certain Dri. It was made just for people with a special perspiration problem and who want Only the proven Best. Try certain Dri. It keeps underarms and clothes absolutely dry for thousands when nothing else works Money Back guarantee in Roll on $3. Or Spray $3.50 at leading drug Al antiperspirant and cosmetic counters Eckerd s drug stores Rivenbark engaged Willard or. And m r s. Preston e. Rivenbark of route i announce the engagement of their daughter. Connie Lou of High Point to Gary l. Harper son of or. And mrs. L. S. Harper of 4011 Knollwood or. In Archdale. The couple is planning a july 30 wedding in Wallace. Miss Rivenbark is a graduate of Wallace Rose Hill High school and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She teaches at Ferndale Junior High school. Or. Harper is a graduate of High Point Central High school and is employed by the u. S. P o s t a i dept. List your property with us phone Charles Dixon on son Al ooh Ood Telephone 885-2133 132 Church a e nigh Point n c. Horn phone 883-9686 buy your. Bement umm in Tho modern manner select your Quality flawless Fine flair a pay Only for what you get come in soon 11 or. Jou u 1614 n. Main St. Next to House of sound la or i open All Day tuesday july4th to . Til9 . Specials Sale entire inventory reduced 33 is / off our Low discount prices first Quality famous name Brand ladies fashions at discount prices open Mon. Thru Fri. 10 a. M.-9 p. M. Sat. 10 a. M.-6 p. M. Luau Given by parents of Debs Emerywood country club was transformed into an women hawaiian Paradise saturday night to Honor misses Charlotte Amos Dawn uder ton Jane Leonard Logan Lynch and Joann Schute debutantes of the season. Joining to h o n o r these Young women were their parents or. And mrs. Harold Amos or. And mrs. Clarence Adelaide s editor monday july 3, 1972. 6-a Beverly Moon paid Honor at floating bridal event Ilderton or. And mrs. Holland b. Leonard jr., or. And mrs. John f. Lynch and or. And mrs. Leon a. Schute. Guests entered the party through a Patio featuring a native hut with thatched roof Palm Trees tropical Birds and giant silk Flowers in exotic colors. Island music was played As refreshments were served in pineapples. Buffet dinner hawaiian style was served to approximately 150 guests from Winston Salem Greensboro Durham Rocky mount Charlotte Wilson Wilmington and Bassett a. Individual tables with Centrepieces of Palm Trees and pineapples were placed around a sunken Pool lighted with torches and filled with water lilies. Place cards were made of Wood and hand painted with tropical designs. The South seas atmosphere was carried into the ballroom with a giant paper Koi fish suspended from the ceiling fish nets sea shells and Island posters. Guests danced to the music of the sugar Creek group from 8 until Midnight. Honoreen and dates Honoreen and their escorts in this setting in Maurice Hill. Parents of the girls were hosts dude 1-r Dawn Ilderton John Allen Logan and hostesses for the event. Lynch Trey Irvine Charlotte Amos and Beverly Moon Bride elect of Steve Burton was honoured at a floating bridal Shower in the Home of mrs. Richard Collins at 1705 Waverly St. Associate hostesses with mrs. Collins were mrs. Paul Joines mrs. Wade Hines and Suzanne Collins who will be a Flower girl in the wedding. Miss Moon was presented a Corsage of yellow carnations when she arrived. Later the hostesses added electrical appliances to the Shower of gifts. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a White cloth trimmed in lace. At the Center was an arrangement of yellow Fuji mums and carnations with White Shasta daisies flanked by White tapers. Bridal Shower fetes miss Vickie Barnes miss Vicki Barnes july Bride elect was honoured at a floating Shower on thursday evening Given by mrs. Marvin Payne mrs. C. M. Montgomeryjr. And mrs. Paul Joyner. The event was held at the Joyner Home on Hedgecock Road. Upon her arrival t h e honoree was presented a Corsage of White daisies. The hostesses added an electrical appliance and linens to her Shower of gifts. Green ribbons and bows. An arrangement of mixed summer Flowers entered the table. Special guests included mrs. Robert Barnes Mother of the Bride elect mrs. C. G. Ferguson grandmother of the Bride elect and mrs. Richard Montgomery Mother of the bridegroom elect. Miss Barnes and Richard Montgomeryjr. Will speak their marriage vows on july 23 at Lebanon United methodist Church. Marie Reddeck assisted with the serving. Approximately 25 guests called Between the hours of 7 30 and 9 . They were presented favors of Rice bags. Special guests included mrs. Fred Moon Mother of the honoree and miss Barbara Moon sister of the Bride elect. Miss Moon and or. Burton will speak their vows on july 16 at Calvary United methodist Church. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a beige lace cloth accented with Connie z00mm Thart foe another let yours be next

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