High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 16 1972, Page 26

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 16, 1972, High Point, North Carolina So High Point Enterprise sunday july 16, 1972 Ensley Bowman Hill pair Hill pair engaged repeats vows Anita Vaye Hill daughter of or. And mrs. Everette b. Hill of 1007 West College dr., and Bowman Gray Bowman of Raleigh son of mrs. Otis w. Bowman of 514 Bridges or. And the late or. Bowsman were United in marriage on saturday at Central Christian Church. Tile Rev. W. Stamey Teachey officiated at the 2 . Ceremony. Mrs. Betty Pitts organist presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal Ivory crepe gown designed with a mandarin Collar and Empire Waistline. She wore a lace Mantilla and carried a bouquet of red carnations. Miss Cynthia Johnson was maid of Honor. She wore a formal gown of Navy dotted Swiss trimmed with old fashioned lace. She carried a bouquet of mixed red and White carnations Bob Bowman brother of the bridegroom was Best Man. In shers were Johnny Hill and Rodney Hill Brothers of the Bride. The new mrs. Bowman is a graduate of High Point Central High school where she was a member of the Beta club and National Honor society. She graduated cum laude with departmental honors from High Point College with a is degree in chemistry and math. She was a member of the Scholastic Honor society and served As a Junor marshal. She is a recent graduate of the University of new Mexico with a masters degree in chemistry. Or. Bowman is a graduate of High Point Central High school and attended East Carolina University. He is a graduate of High Point College with a is degree in chemistry. He is presently serving As a graduate research assistant in the fiber and polymer science doctoral program at North Carolina state University the couple will reside at 1301 Baez St. In Raleigh where both will continue their graduate work at . State University. Thomasville or. And mrs. G. Vav. Ensley of route 4 announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Sharon Ann to Joseph Wayne Hill son of or. And mrs. Hamp a. Hill. The couple will repeat their vows on aug. 6 at Zion United Church of Christ. Although no formal invitations will be sent friends and relatives of the bridal couple Are expected to attend the 3 p. In. Ceremony. Deep River club to meet deep River Extension homemakers club will meet tuesday at deep River friends educational bldg. A program. A speaking on Money a will be Given by a county agent. The meeting is planned for to of clock in the morning. I Surprise party honors miss Gail Cadick miss Gail Cadick August Bride elect was honoured at a Surprise miscellaneous bridal Shower on wednesday at the Home of miss Liz Sconyers. Miss Cadick was presented with a Orchid Corsage and received gifts from the guests who Are members of her Bridge club. Hostesses included mrs. Kathy Smith. Mrs. Betsy Tobin. Mrs. Brenda Harger mrs. Carol Gross. Mrs. Marty Brown and mrs. Judy Wheeless. After the gifts were opened the guests were served refreshments and played Bridge. Miss Cadick will wed tim Yates on aug. 27 at first methodist Church. Knit dress shirts popular business meet to be held the women of the Moose chapter 961 will meet on monday at 8 . In the Moose Lodge on main Street. The new officers will conduct the meeting and the new chairman will be seated. Mrs. Ruth Carter senior Regent expects All officers and chairman to attend this meeting. Knit dress shirts May Well be the next big trend in men s fashions. By the end of this year knits May capture 25 per cent of the dress shirt Market. And by 1975 louts May grab As much As 40 per cent of the Market predicts Harriet Tutterow Extension clothing specialist. North Carolina state University. Leg program legs Are swinging Back into full View so shed those boots and make sure you re ready for such exposure. An exercise program to firm and shape the legs should be part of your plan. Also invest in a Good razor or hair remover. Then if there Are unsightly Marks veins or discolorations on your legs consider one of the new leg make ups As the final part of your leg Beauty care program. Attention brides for sunday publication pictures of brides and brides elect must be in the office of the woman a de Arment of the Enterprise by noon on monday. A Black and White Glossy print at least 5 by 7 inches is preferred. Blanks for wedding and engagement information Are available in the woman a department of j the Enterprise. Blanks will be sent Only if a stamped self addressed return envelope is included. A full Calendar month is j required Between the Date of the engagement an a nou Cement and the Date of i the wedding if both pictures Are to be used. No picture can be used with a wedding Story after two weeks. The Enterprise no longer i publishes pictures of bridal showers. Party stories Are used if they Are in the office before the three Day deadline. Under no circumstances will a party Story be us after four Days seminar for business women set Nido Qubein associates in cooperation with Guilford technical Institute will offer this summer a special human relations seminar for business and professional men and women. The seminar will begin on aug. 7 and will meet monday and wednesday nights from 6 45 until 9 45 p. In. For a period of four weeks. Among topics to be discussed in the seminar will be How to understand others How to communicate with others and How to get along with others in the business world. The seminar is Cost free to All participants. Nido Qubein who is heard on radio daily from coast to coast will be the Leader of the seminar. All those interested in attending should Contact git As soon As possible. Brenda sue Hicks Brenda Hicks engaged to Herbert s. Bowers social Calendar monday 2 .�?the women a group of a a. Meets in the commons room of St. Mary a episcopal Church. 6 30 .�?furniture City chapter of National secretaries Assn. Meets for dinner and a program in the private dining room of Brynwood restaurant. 7 30 .�?solo parents meet at Adams memorial Owca. An optional dinner is held at the coach House at the Sheraton hotel at 6 15 . 8 .�?women of the Moose meet at the Moose Home on North main Street. Tuesday to a m a deep River Extension homemakers club meets at deep River friends educational bldg. Thomasville or. And mrs. T. J. Hicks of route i announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Brenda sue to Herbert Stephen Bowers son of or. And mrs. Herbert Arnold Bowers of route 5. The couple is planning an aug. 27 wedding at 4 p. In. In Fairview United methodist Church. Miss Hicks is a graduate of East Davidson High school and is a rising Junior at appalachian state University where she is majoring in Home economics. She is a member of Kappa Delta Phi honorary society. Or. Bowers graduated from East Davidson High school and is a 1972 graduate of Wake Forest University where he majored in English and was a member of Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity. Following the wedding he plans to be employed in Boone. Friends and relatives of the couple Are expected to attend the ceremony. Colonial club women golfers Tell winners colonial country club held a ladies member guest tournament on thursday with 52 members and guests. Luncheon was served following the tournament. Mrs. Hannah Adams announced the following winners a first Low Gross mrs. Milford Smith Ard miss lib Hedrick a first Low net. Mrs. Adams and mrs. Sanders Dallas a second Low Gross mrs. Glad Lawson and mrs. Jack Burris and a second Low net mrs. Stuart Kennedy and mrs. Anderson. Dot mrs. John Bulluck was awarded a prize for eldest to the Hole. Door prizes were won by several members and guests. 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