High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 4 1976, Page 98

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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1976, High Point, North CarolinaMore news about people High Point Enterprise sunday july 4, 1976 so Drema Reavis Niece of the honoree registered guests. Or. And mrs. Siske reside at 118 Delray ave. Mrs. Siske is the former Elsie Reavis. Mcdowells celebrate or. Acid mrs. James Mcdowell of it. 2, Lexington were entertained with a Silver wedding anniversary reception at their Home on june 13. Approximately 60 guests called during the appointed hours and were greeted by daughters of the couple. Sandra and Janet Mcdowell. Sue Robbins presided at the guest Register. Mrs. Mcdowell and her daughters received corsages of Orange and White carnations accented with White trim. An Orange and White boutonniere was presented to or. Mcdowell. The refreshment table was covered with a lace cloth and entered with a three tiered anniversary cake. Mrs. Dot Sluder mrs. Emma Jane Hunt and mrs. Shirley Saunders presided Over the ser ving. The cake was made and decorated by mrs. Robbins. Gifts were opened and placed on the table by Susan Hunt. The table was covered with a White lace cloth trimmed with Silver streamers. Mrs. Mcdowell is the former Mary Magdalie pm Ley of Lexington. Siske couple honoured or. And mrs. Harrel j. Siske observed their 25th wedding anniversary sunday afternoon at Hayworth memorial Wesleyan Church Fellowship Hall from 3 to 5 . The receiving line was composed of the honoured couple. Robert Elliott their son and his wife Joyce and sons Robie and Jay. With mrs. Bessie Reavis Mother of mrs. Siske. The serving table was covered by a White organza and lace cloth Over Satin caught up at the Corners with Green and Silver streamers with Bells. The Center piece was a White mixed arrangement in a Silver bowl complimented by three branched Silver candelabra holding White candles. A Silver punch bowl holding Lime punch and holds of ice was served by mrs. Ethel Carter. Mrs. Siske s sister. The three tiered White and Green decorated cake was set up on a round table covered by a Rose Point cloth Over Satin. Cake was served by mrs. Pansy Hayworth. Sister of mrs. Siske. Also assisting in serving were mrs. Ruth Kimble sister of mrs. Siske and mrs. Aline Reavis sister in Law. Approximately 125 guests called Between the appointed hours. The couple was married by Rev. J. C. Reynolds who was present at the recep Tion. Other wedding attendants were also present for the occasion. Wedding Pic Tures were placed on a table decorated with wedding Bells and roses. Teresa Hayworth mrs. Siske s Niece provided wedding music during the reception. The gift table was attended by mrs. Mabel Wyatt and mrs. Myrtle Blackman Sisters of mrs. Siske and mrs. Ruth Reavis sister in Law. Silver anniversary couple or. And mrs. Forrest Lee Harvell of 123 South re. Celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary june 29 at fair Mont Park Baptist Church. Hosting the event were their children Michael Eugene Harvell and Ronald Lee Harvell. Guests were greeted by Roland Harvell. Who directed them to the Register and the receiving line. Carolyn rummage registered the guests. To Alford and Tammy Bulter presided at the gift table. Guests were then invited into the Fellowship Hall for refreshments. Cake was served by mrs. Hope Harvell., mrs. Michael Gautier presided at the punch bowl. The refreshment table was covered with White and entered with an arrange ment of Pink candles White daisies Pink carnations and Gladiolus. Pink ribbon runners with Flowers and miniature bows accented the table the three tiered cake was divided with colonial columns and decorated with clusters of Pale Pink roses and mint Green leaves Borders of Shell White Bells circled each tier others assisting with serving were Lula Lanier to Alford and Zerlene Parker. The cake was made by Gladys Beck of Thomasville approximately 100 guests called Between the hours of 3-5 . Out of town guests were from Winston Salem. Greensboro. Thomasville Lewisville Wilmington and Spartanburg s. C. Married 25 years or. And mrs. Vance Marion of 436 Friddle St. Were honoured on june 20 at a reception in their Home marking their 25th wedding anniversary. Guests were greeted and registered by or. And mrs. Carson Lednun of Randleman. Presiding at the refresh ment table were Suette Sprulin Faye Williams and Eva Donty. Marie Pugh and Carol Lawrance received gifts which were displayed on a table covered with a White cloth. Goodbye were said to or. And mrs. J. R. Mcphearson. Mrs. Marion is the former Goldia Wilson of Randleman. Or. And mrs. Marion were married june 30, 1951, in High Point. Approximately 120 friends and relatives of the couple called Between the hours of 2 and 5 . Out of town guests were from Randleman Winston Salem fort Lauderdale fla., Bonlee Climax Archdale Thomasville and Kernersville. Whiz Wagon begins City tour monday the Whiz Wagon the Parks and recreation Whiz bang Clang a Lang go get the gang tractor dragging Wagon begins to tour of High Point this week beginning tomorrow. Pulled by a tractor painted to look like a Frog the Whiz Wagon under the direction of Sandra Epperson will travel about the City for the next five weeks providing live entertainment for children and adults. There will be different performing acts each week. For its opening performance this week the children in the Whiz Wagon troupe will act out stories in pantomime while Christopher Baar head of children s ser vices at the High Point latest arrivals Michael Wilson or and mrs. Kirk Wilson of 1109 country club or. Announce the june 28 birth of their son. Michael Hayes at the High Point memorial Hospital Nathaniel Bolds or. A son. Nathaniel Ellis jr., was born to or and mrs. Nathaniel Ellis holds of 1008 n. Centennial on june 28 at the local Hospital. Gary Baker or. And mrs. Terry Baker of route 5 announce the june 29 birth of their son. Gary Allan at the local Hospital. The Mother is the former Linda Greene of Archdale Stoddard Pierce vows said or and mrs Ronald Earl Pierce or. Of 1000 Tabor St. Announce the marriage of their daughter Debra Ann. And Edward Lee Stoddardjr. Of it 7. Asheboro. Or. Stod Dard is the son of or. And mrs. Edward Lee Stoddard. The couple was married on june 25 in a 6.30 . Cd Remony at the Home of the Bride s parents. Attending the Bride were mrs Joyce Caudle and miss Sherri Ryder. Following the ceremony the Bride s parents entertained at a reception in the dining room of their Home the new mrs Stoddard is employed by Slane hosiery Mills and the bridegroom is employed by the cheer wine bottling co they will reside a High Point Public Library tells two old German Folk tales and a third modern Story. On tuesday morning the Whiz Wagon will visit the High Point Public Library where miss Baar conducts a weekly Story hour in sign language Tor deaf and hear ing children these children will also have the Chance to see the stories acted out and other shops in the week Long show series Are the presbyterian Home Wesleyan children s Center Southside neighbourhood Center mini Stool the Owca Astor dowdy towers and recreation centers at Goldston Clara Cox Washington Terrace Brent Wood and Armstrong Parks. In addition to storytelling and mime shows will include musical fare a puppet show. A dance group and a magic show. Next week the Whiz Wagon presents selections from you re a Good Man Charlie with an All children cast. This is the Whiz Wagon s second summer of grouping to High Point Parks playgrounds recreation centers senior citizen Homes and Day care centers to expose children and others to the cultural heritage of live performing arts. For information on when inc Whiz Wagon will appear at various neighbourhood centers interested persons should Call Parks and recreation after the at Dudley s introducing the Cool natural or Cen wig looks feels and wears like softly pressed hair. Only Dudley s 1240 Mon lieu ave. At five Points 888-4210 31c3 Millis Square no in Nqhl-1 Carol Ina oetection6 Slacks skirts dresses blouses 30% to 70% off Sale starts july 6th 1109 North main Street at Millis Square hand hooked area rugs on Sale through july All colors All sizes quilting Bee were now 521.95 is 8.95 36.95 31.95 56.95 49.95 137.95 119.95 283.95 233.95 bring this and with you and receive a first Quality american braided Rug free. Free foam padding with a first Quality 6 x9 Rug and up american braids f-7 styles 65 color combinations american area rugs 4 styles 26 color combinations Early american Art objects chair scats Oriental rugs 33 patterns 39 color combinations imported braids 4 styles 24 color combinations imported area rugs 13 styles 63 color combinations antique furniture close out and discontinued patterns 20-50 percent off 10 Mill outlet store open every Day 1 21 e. Main St. Except sunday Troy n c. 12 . 2-5 . Tel. 91 9 576-321 1 fourth of july Sale one week Only summer costume jewelry 50% off gift department 00ff Sterling Silver Signet rings Reg. S8.50 special u Sterling Silver Dogwood state Flower ring Reg. 38.50 special u group of l1nde Star rings Reg. 835. To off 14 it. Cold fashion rings 6 to 14 stones. Lapis. Lapis Turquoise Tourmaline 70 off we will be closed tomorrow july 5th in Observance of the july 4th Holiday free gift wrapping free delivery Hon. Main St. 883-4144 Park shop use rear Entrance

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