High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 19 1976, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 19, 1976, High Point, North Carolina For new building Gap Hill Khim Kyu his re woman s club holds groundbreaking the world of members of the woman flub of High Point inc., held groundbreaking ceremonies Friday for the new club building to be built at a site on Johnson Street Extension mrs j to Walsh president of the Luh greeted members and guests and discussed the events which led to this Day Genevieve Moore daughter of mrs it e Moore first club president and mrs Bruce h Carraway daughter of mrs John Lindsay one of the charter members were recognized mrs Jam its w Johnson president of n c Carolina federation of woman s clubs brought greetings from the federation and complimented the local group on their service to the Community she stated this project had been realized throughout the involvement and cooperation of club members mrs John Stunda president of District Vii. No fwd congratulated club members on their efforts and wished them Success with their new clubhouse other guests included mrs Fullum Cashion and mrs Mary Seymour of Greensboro former officers of District Vii Calvin mice. Executive Secretary of the chamber of Commerce and c a Brown and Colin Cheek contractors for the clubhouse Dan Monroe a senior member of the advisory Board discussed the cooperation and Faith that has gone into this project. Serving on the construction committee Are mrs w b Mccarter. Mrs Blake Thoro Pason and mrs j g Walsh mrs Walsh broke the ground a in Honor and in the name of All members of the woman s tub of High Point inc Rev Floyd Berrier of Christ United methodist Church gave the invocation and participating in event assisting in groundbreaking ceremonies at the site of the new woman club building Are from left Genevieve Moore daughter of the first president mrs. Ralph Martin president elect of woman s club Elaine Annette Kiser entertained at Tea Suzanne Kennedy honoured Suzanne Kennedy. Bride elect of Pat Hauser of Statesville was entertained at a dessert and Linen Shower by mrs Jim Walsh mrs Robert Mclnnis mrs Frank Stewart and Beth Stewart mrs Mclnnis and miss Stewart will to attendants in the wedding to to held on july 24 at Tanglewood Park i Pon her arrival he honoree was presented with a yellow mum Corsage dessert was served to the 20 guests from tha table i tic red with an antique lace cloth and entered with a Waterford vase containing Gardenias and roses the Ariu gement was flanked by White tapers in Silver holders special guests included mrs Colon Kennedy and mrs Gene Clark Mother and sister of the Bride elect mrs rom Hauser and mrs Hailey Cobbs Mother and sister of the bridegroom elect flame Annette Riser. Bride elect of James Hay Reece was honoured at a Tea on sunday afternoon at the Home of mrs Alva b. Newton on Huntington drive mrs Newton s daughters. Mrs William a Sizemore or of Greensboro and mrs Michael k Galliard of Tehran. Iran were associate hostesses upon her arrival miss Riser was presented with a Corsage of White carnations i. A Ter the hostesses presented her with a Gilt of China guests were greeted by the honoree and the hostesses Thev were invited to the entertaining area where a Gold Ami yellow color scheme was used Topiary Trees decorated with White lovebirds were also used As decorations refreshments were served from a table covered with a Gold velvet cloth overlaid with Ivory lace Ami entered with an arrangement of mixed summer Flowers hoses and Ivy encircled the punch bowl assisting in serving were Alice Riser sister of the b r i d e e i e c to and mrs Michael royals sister of the prospective bridegroom approximately 50 guests called Between 3-5 p in special guests included mrs Winford i Kim i Mother of the Brule elect and mrs Marvin c Reece the prospective bridegroom s Mother miss Riser Ami or Reece will to married aug 21 at 4 p in at Greenwood Hills Wesleyan Church mrs Sizemore will be an attendant in the wedding latest arrivals Graham or and mrs Burnest Graham of Dos Brentwood St Are the parents of a daughter. La Sherrie Dawn bom july 15 at High Point memorial Hospital. Carry Hollingsworth or and mrs Edwin Hollingsworth of it 3, Thomasville announce the birth of then daughter. Carry Blain on july 14 at High Point memorial Hospital Chadwick Harper or. And mrs Gary l. Harper of by 2, Trinity announce the july 14 birth of their son Chadwick Tate at High Point memorial Hospital Tamra Shoaf or and mrs Terry e Shoat of route 5 Are the parents of a daughter. Tamra Elizabeth born july 15 at the High Point Hospital of wit s end they did t think she could handle it by Erma Bombeck \ group of us indulged ourselves recently in a walk Down memory Lane in the year 1940 b c before crime. Quot remember when we were kids and slept on our front porch in the summer and your Only worry was catching cold Quot a remember when the Only time a tidy locked his car was when his keys were in it Quot a remember when a sign in the window was for the bread Man and not an emergency help station a remember when you could go into a Public restroom and hang your purse on the Hook inside the door a Quot remember when you weren t afraid to open the door on halloween Quot a remember when your biggest problem was keeping kids from walking on the grass not smoking it Quot we were All on a pretty Good nostalgia trip when my Mother came into the room a til bet mom remembers those Good old Quot what Days Are those Quot Quot the Days when pens in Banks weren t chained to Hie desk a Quot Why should they be they never worked any a the Days when we went on vacation and never locked our House Quot Quot there was t anything in there Worth Quot when there was t heavy breathing on the phone at night Quot that s because you never knew your asthmatic Quot when police did t have to walk their beat in Quot so nuns have been doing it Tor years. Quot of c Mon. Mom. You know what we mean i can remember leaving my tricycle out on the Street at nights. You kit that nowadays. By the Way what happened to that tricycle a a Quot someone ripped it off Quot she said Quot Are you saying someone stole it Quot we looked at her like she had just reported that the yellow Brick Road was linoleum. Quot yep same week someone pinched my Girdle off the Back clothesline and a Box of Canning jars from the garage Quot you never told me that before Quot when we told you Alan Ladd was Short you cried Tor 15 Days. We did t think Vou could handle mrs John Stunda. District president mrs. Jim Walsh president of the local club. Mrs. James w Johnson state president and mrs. W. B Mccarter a member of the construction committee Poby met if cock demise Carter and Terry Craig Bulla say wedding vows Archdale Denise Marie Carter and Terry Craig Bulla of High Point were United in marriage sunday afternoon in a 2 o clock ceremony at the Bride s Home. 108 Lonita St Kev Charlie c. Perdue officiated at the ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of or and mrs. Lawrence Ray Carter or Bulla is the son of Clarence Bulla of Thomasville and Shirley Hughes of High Point. Hobble Daniels organist and Mike Cook soloist provided a program of wedding music the Bride was Given in marriage by her father and attended by mrs Iris Gums As Matron of Honor bridesmaids were Loretta a ado and Carolyn East Best Man was Bullard Benzyl. Ushers were Jerry Wood and Danny Bulla brother of the bridegroom the Bride is a graduate of Trinity High school. She is employed by the High Point police la Plas a records clerk or Bulla is a member of triad sports car club he is employed by pizza Villa As assistant manager the couple will reside in High Point a reception was held in the Bride s Home following the ceremony a yellow and White color scheme was used in decorations mrs Bill a no More Fox hunks for her Adelaide Wendler women s editor monday july 19. 1976. Page 6a Terry Leonard is Bride of Henry Scott Queen Ewell. England Wensi Gloria Osborne. 30 never did get to ride to the hounds in the Fox Hunt As die took her dog Cna out Tor a Quick walk the Fox slipped into the House Ina went wild when she found the beast in the living reported mrs Osborne the Fox. Who was surprisingly ugly escaped to the Kitchen where my husband kept it safely cornered until health officers arrived and removed later the Fox was destroyed by a veterinarian. And mrs Osborne announced that she will attend no More Fox Hunts Thomasville Terry Leigh Leonard daughter of or and mrs. Cietus Everette Leonard of old Lexington Road and Henry Scott Queen son of or and mrs Henry Queen of Kennedy Heights were wed on sunday at Grace lutheran Church. Rev Hoke in Ritchie officiated at the 3 p in. Ceremony wedding musicians were Edward b Grimes soloist and trumpeter and Lynn Misenheimer organist both of Salisbury. The Bride was escorted to the altar by her father her attendants were Taiwan Ray mrs Joseph Kandall Loftin. Rim Kearns Rebecca Miller and mrs Jerry Douglas Spears Jean Hunt was maid of Honor and Lisa Anne Leonard sister of the Bride Flower girl the bridegroom s father was Best Man Ushers were David Jeff Black. Royce Clodfelter. Joseph Randall Loftin. Martin orman Jerry Douglas Spears ring bearer was Michael Eddinger the Bride is a graduate of East Davidson High school and the bridegroom also attended East Davidson school he is employed by Dunning industries Green Sboro. The couple will reside on by i. Pilot school Road following a wedding trip to Cashatt Maness vows said Greensboro Dawn Patricia Maness. Daughter of or. And mrs Clarence e Maness of 5603 Budd my Wood dr., became the Bride of James Arvle Cashatt of 2410-g Fordham blvd in a 4 p m ceremony on july 4 at the Home of or. And mrs Charles p Nunn. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Thomas Arvle Cashatt of 215 Model farm by. High Pointa graduate of Western Guilford High Schimil the Bride is a rising Junior majoring in fashion merchandising at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She is a Dean s list student an Omicron no scholar and a member of the Greensboro oratorio society. She is employed by Western sizzling Steak House the bridegroom is a graduate of High Point Central High school he attended Davidson county Community College the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and is a senior Art major at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Ile was a member of Phi Theta Kappa honorary society and was named to who s who in american Junior colleges. He is employed in sales promotion by Dillard paper co the couple will reside in Greensboro. Myrtle Beach immediately following the wedding the Bride s parents hosted a reception at their Home on old Lexington Road or and mrs Donald l Ray. Uncle and aunt of the Bride greeted guests in the foyer and directed them to the living room to congratulate the couple the chosen colors of Apricot Green and White were carried out in Floral decorations throughout the entire Home or and mrs Paul Shuler grandparents of Tho Bride directed guests to the dining room. Refreshments were served by mrs. Hayes Stone and mrs. Richard Eddinger aunts of the Bride the cake was topped with a nosegay of Flowers with Matching Flowers encircling it or and mrs Rufus Loftin invited guests into the family room where they were greeted by the bridesmaids mrs. Queen my were directed to the gift room by mrs Paul Black presiding in the gift room were mrs Hay on Leonard and mrs. Laura Leonard grandmother of the Bride. Mrs Josephine Black directed guests to the Terrace where goodbye were said to or and mrs Paul Stout the bridegroom s parents entertained with a dinner party at the woman s club on Elliott drive prior to the saturday evening wedding rehearsal. Members of the wedding party relatives and close friends of the bridal couple were in attendance at the dinner guests were greeted at the Entrance and invited into the main dining room and seated at a a shaped table garlands of Flowers were used the hostess presented the Bride elect with a Corsage of White roses and the bridegroom elect with a White Rosebud boutonniere the couple chose this occasion to present gifts to their attendants or and mrs Rufus Loftin entertained with a cake cutting at their Home of Maplewood Avenue following the wedding rehearsal of their Niece. Miss Leonard and or Queen joining or. And mrs Loftin As hosts for the event were or and mrs Paul Shuler grandparents of the Bride elect and or and mrs Paul Stout Uncle and aunt guests were greeted by or and mrs ii tin and Lisa Anne Leonard sister of the honoree who presided at the guest Register among the 60 guests were members of the wedding party relatives and close friends of the bridal party the Bride s chosen colors for her wedding Apricot. White and Green were carried out in Floral decorations throughout the entertaining area after the couple Cut the first slice of cake. Joy Black the by Ide elect s Cousin of High Point completed the serving or and mrs. Paul Stout greeted guests in the Den and directed them to the punch table presided Over by mrs Paul Blackband mrs Josephine Black also aunts of the Bride elect goodbye were said to or. 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