High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 14 1972, Page 7

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 14, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Ellen White feted at bridal party miss Ellen White Bride elect of Richard Drew Taylor was honoured last evening at a floating miscellaneous Shower Given by mrs. George Jay Willard and mrs. James Reitzel Wagner or. Friends and relatives of the honoree called at the Wil Liard a Wynnewood Avenue Home Between the appointed hours of 7 30 and 9 p. In. Upon her arrival the honoree was presented a Corsage of Pink sweetheart roses tied with Pink Satin streamers. The hostesses later added an electric frying pan to the Shower of gifts. Guests were greeted by the hostesses and invited into the drawing room where they greeted the Bride elect and presented her with gifts. A color scheme of Pink and White was used in the Floral arrangements throughout the entertainment area. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a Linen cloth and entered with an arrangement of Pink roses Shasta daisies Pink carnations and snapdragons in a Silver bowl flanked by lighted Pink tapers in Silver candelabra. Punch was served from an antique cutglass bowl on a Silver tray. Special guests for the event were mrs. James Alfred White of Greensboro and mrs. J. B. Crawford of Julian Mother and grandmother of the Bride elect miss Marilyn White of Greensboro sister of the Bride elect and mrs. H. M. Taylor jr., Mother of the bridegroom elect. Miss White and or. Taylor will repeat their vows on aug. 5 at Friendly Avenue Baptist Church in Greensboro. Emi Point Enterprise the world of Adelaide editor Friday july 14, 1972. Page 7a let us ado some regal color to your life receives award mrs. Houston Tuttle Center holds the award presented to her in recognition of being named Aba woman of the year. With her Are mrs. Wesley Hedgecock left and miss Fhelma Lee Trogdon. Good deed club hears reports of activities stiff photo by Sonny Helk Jeacock mrs. Houston Tuttle named Aba woman of the year mrs. Houston Tuttle was voted woman of the year by furniture capital chapter of the american business women Assn. At a dinner meeting last evening in the Owca. Annually each Aba chapter selects a member on the basis of the Progress she has made in her chosen Field the extent of her educational background and other interests including Community and character building areas. Mrs. Tuttle is Active in the mercantile Field and i Sherry Brady honoured at Kitchen Shower miss Sherry Brady Bride elect of Jerry Rutherford was honoured on thursday morning at Emerywood country club at a Kitchen Shower. Hostesses for the event were mrs. Purcell Kimsey mrs. William b. Donald or. And her daughter in Law mrs. Bill Donald. Upon her arrival the honoree was presented with a Corsage of yellow Shasta daisies. The hostesses later added an electric frying pan to the Shower of gifts. The 35 guests were greeted in the foyer of the club by the hostesses and invited into the ladies lounge where decorations followed a yellow and White Motif. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a yellow cloth trimmed with lace and entered with an arrangement of mixed summer Flowers and greenery in an antique Silver Tureen. Flowers arranged in antique Silver containers entered the individual tables. Gifts were registered by miss Vicki Clinard who will be maid of Honor in the couples wedding. Special guests for the occasion included mrs. Joseph w. Brady Mother of the Bride elect mrs. W. C. Cribbs grandmother of the Bride elect mrs. Samuel l. Rutherford Mother of the bridegroom elect and mrs. Darrell f. Welch sister of the Bride Groom elect. Miss Brady and or. Rutherford will be married in a 4 . Ceremony on aug. 5 in Wesley memorial United methodist Church. Employed As an office manager with Belk Beck co. Mrs. Tuttle will represent the furniture capital chapter in Competition for the National title. Announcement of the Winner will be made at the National convention oct. 13-15 in Miami Beach Fla. The Aba was founded in Kansas City mo., in 1949. It has grown to Over 1.000 chapters and consists of More than 60,000 Active members throughout the United states. Primarily educational in nature Aba encourages women to pursue continued education which will qualify them for advancement and stresses the importance of keeping up to Date on business procedures. Over $350,000 in scholarships was awarded by Aba chapters throughout the country during the past year. The association National educational fund provided a n additional $70,000 for students. Currently the local chapter is sponsoring scholarships for Karen Hutchens Diane Owen Debbie Andrews and Linda Craven. A god is the answer was the title of the Devotion Given by mrs. Cloe Edwards Art the meeting of Good deed club on tuesday evening. Mrs. Mae Hurst entertained the club at her Home 2211 Edgewood or. Twelve members were present for the meeting. Mrs. Evie Thornton conducted the business session and reports were Given by various chairmen on philanthropies of the club during the past month. Notes of appreciation were read and a nominating committee was named. The club voted to donate to the red Cross for the Relief of flood victims. The meeting was closed with latest arrivals Matthews twins or. And mrs. Jimmy m. Matthews of it. 2, Sophia announce the arrival of twin daughters Laurie Leigh and Lisa Liane on july 3 at High Point memorial Hospital. _ Auu fifis Marsh kitchens helps sell free estimates phone 882-0722 aul new shipment printed to shirts smiling face and Etc. Piedmont prayer group opens weekend meet the Rev. Gerald Derstine of a visitation of god to the Bradenton. Fu., will be guest mennonites and a women speaker for the Piedmont places in the Church. Prayer Retreat which will he is director of Christian open tonight at 7 30 . At retreats in Ogema. Minn., and the Sheraton hotel. Bradenton and publishes the Magazine a Harvest the Rev. Derstine will also his ministry extends through speak on saturday morning at crusades seminars retreats to a m. And on sunday from to and foreign missions i in. Until 4 . Sizes for boys amp girls $199 $269 Mony other bargains in fabric and other merchandise. Odds and ends outlet store Kennedy Hill Between High Point amp Thomasville hours 10 00 to 5 30 a closed tuesday the Rev. Derstine is a mennonite minister author Eacher and a Well known peaker. 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