High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 30 1972, Page 21

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 30, 1972, High Point, North Carolina English Hoad fabric Center 2108 English re. High Point at the intersection of Ward amp English across from Robo car Wash open monday nights until 8 30 . Brides we have a Complete line of bridal fabrics Many Are imported we carry bridal head pieces and hats come in and let our bridal consultant help you plan a Beautiful wedding. All fabrics first Quality Point s prestige fabric Center the Leader in Quality and fashion i Anne Austin says vows fall in with Kevin Paul Kolbe fashions elegant mrs. Kevin Paul Kolbe food is not bargain of it s not fresh Raleigh a when you shop for food you done to save Money by sacrificing Quality or freshness. A bargain is no bargain unless you get full value for your Money reminds mrs. Ruby , Extension consumer marketing economist North Carolina state University. Among the foods that Are potential values this week Are new potatoes onions Squash Corn and snap Beans. Tomatoes. Lettuce and cucumbers Are lower in Cost Cue to an increase in Quantity. North Carolina peaches Are delicious in flavor and supplies have increased Over the past two weeks the specialist says. Enjoy the Short season by buying and using peaches often. Watermelons cantaloupes grapes nectarines and plums Are in Glt no a Supply and prices Are most reasonable mrs. Uzzle adds. Meat prices have increased on most cuts however some bargains May be found in featured Quot specials each week. Beef roasts brisket and hamburger remain Best values this week. Most pork items Are wearing higher Price tags. With the possible exception of canned picnic shoulders and hams. Some Bacon brands Are com a few cents a Pound. Egg prices Are up slightly yet eggs remain bargain items. Turkeys fryers and heavy hens Are other Thrifty buys. Versatile dress the Long simple Nylon dress is a versatile addition to a wardrobe. Scarves chains and pendants help change the look of the dress ranging from casual to formal. Charlotte Anne Covington Austin daughter of the Rev. And mrs. Harold Covington Austin of 1901 Townsend ave., and Kevin Paul Kolbe son of or. And mrs. Melvin Henry Kolbe of 3026 Devonshire or. I n Raleigh were United in marriage on saturday in an 8 . Ceremony in St. Luke United methodist Church. The couple repeated their vows before the father of the Bride. Miss Patricia Barnes organist presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of w Hite organza appliqued with beaded embroidered lace designed with a Chapel length train. She wore a floor length veil of illusion attached to a Juliet Headpiece and carried Cascade bouquet of roses Stepha Notis and Dianthus. Miss Elizabeth Hall Austin was maid of Honor. Bridesmaids included miss Deborah Lawrence Austin miss Margaret Jane Yarborough and miss Karen Elizabeth Kolbe. Miss Mary Jane Nantz was Flower girl. The attendants wore formal gowns of White pique accented with Pink velvet sashes scooped necklines puffed sleeves and scalloped hemlines. They carried Pink nosegay of roses French carnations and Dianthus. The bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best Man. Ushers were Stephen Austin Kent Kolbe and Edward Alexander. Charles Westley Mattes Iii was ring bearer. The new mrs. Kolbe is a graduate of Salem College where she received a b a. Degree in sociology with a teachers certificate. She is the granddaughter of the late or. And mrs. John Vav. Aus in of High Point. Or. Kolbe is a graduate of n c. State University with a b s. Degree in industrials engineering. Final parties for the bridal couple included a rehearsal luncheon on saturday with hosts and hostesses or. And mrs. John w. Austin jr., or. And mrs. N. P. Yarborough mid in Harriet Mattes All of High Point. A dinner was also held for members of the bridal party by the parents of the Bride new fall 100% polyester double knit prints solids plaids and Many More 60&Quot wide. Machine Wash no Iron. $098 from and up 100% polyester crepe 45&Quot wide. 24 colors. Reg. Machine Wash no Iron. $3.49 100% polyester Shantung 45&Quot. Reg. �?~�49�?T machine Wash no Iron. $4 79 n0w flow printed Jersey fall colors. 45&Quot. Reg. 128 washable. $1.98 Large table assorted fabrics 45&Quot. Reg. 18 value. Drip dry finish. 2 too now a yes. For a All Spring amp summer fabrics reduced. Come Early for Best selection. High Point Enterprise sunday july 30, 1972 91 Barbara Jean Dale to wed Joe Sam White Raleigh Quot casual elegance is the Best term to use when describing fashions for fall. That Means clothes that Are comfortable to Wear and to look at a that give the wearer an air of Confidence. Clothing is More simplified this fall adds Harriet Tutterow Extension clothing specialist North Carolina state University. Designer tricks Are missing. Suits Are tailored and sophisticated usually 3-4 pieces including Vest. Softly fitted jackets have a single Button or fold Over wrapped front. Lapels Are Large or double breasted. Many jackets Are in longer lengths especially if worn Over pants. Skirts for the new season will be one of three styles pleated Bias flares o r wrapped. Belted sweaters will he worn Over the skirts. The Dolman sleeve will be a feature of Many sweaters. The sweaters Are even shown for evening Wear in Low buttoned front and Clingy styles. Some dresses will be designed to show the hourglass figure others will be Chemise style. Shirtwaist and jumpers j will have capped sleeves. Hemlines for dresses and skirts will be at the knee. Coats will be different too. Wrapped Coats will be common As will toppers in the chopped off tent look. Tent Coats will be seen and Many Coats will have Dolman sleeves. Pants Are styled with More room for the figure. Many have pleats at the Waistline for front fullness. Legs Are straight but Fuller in Cut and Many Are cuffed. As far As fabrics go plaids Are the biggest news especially when used on the Bias. Colors Are neutrals and soft pastels. Mosaic prints and Border prints Are also in the accessory line pearls Are Back. Groom at the Home of the Bride. The couple will reside in Richmond a. Or. And mrs. Carl Worth Mendenhall of route 5 announce the engagement of their daughter Barbara Jean Dale to Joe Sam White son of mrs. Joe w. White of route 3 and the late or. White. A sept. 9 wedding is planned at mount Vernon methodist Church. The Bride graduated from Trinity High school and is employed with Carolina Container co. Or. White also graduated from Trinity High school and is employed with Carolina Container co. Barbara Jean Dale pastels Plua Pale colors work Well with baby like fashions. But the trend now is to interplay pastels with Darker colors or with different patterns and fabrics. Baby skin nightly applications of baby Oil will help you keep that Sun bronzed look even and moist by preventing the skin from drying and peeling. I Anwyl i Anil largest selection is uniform Pant suits a for a be autio ans nurses All the famous names a Nancy Kay Tiffany Puritan Bob Evans Crest amp Vogue sizes 5 thru 15, 6 thru 20, 14va thru 26 ? 38 thru 52 we fit the hard to fit Quot fashioned in the most elegant of fabrics. Jersey knits Cotton blends and Engaline. In White Blue Pink Aqua Black and Maize. Open Friday nights till 8 . Use your Bank charge Sale women s shoes selected styles from our regular Stock. Naturalize Paradise Kittens and miss America Reg. Price to $23. A Cutwa. Div Mil i 12 East Washington St. Shop Friday nites til 9 All Bank charge cards honoured Quality Hoe amp tor exit or shoe fitters downtown a High Point your Happy shopping store Bleeker Street a r a % in or nth Tel downtown and Westchester Mau a a for Rich girls who Are tight listed Quot Bleeker Street Bleeker streets marvelous fitting double kit belted tunic top with flattering Cut pants. Contemporary styling at its Best in 100% Dacron polyester. Wine or Green. Sizes 8-18. 48 00 i Quot All fabrics # High i first j Quality Quot amp great for daytime almost anytime b seeker streets beautifully tailored Turtleneck dress features ribbed bodice leather bound to a smartly patterned skirt fabulous 100% Dacron polyester double kit in Camel wine or Blue. Sizes 818 3800 store hours open 9 30 a 5.30 except Fri. 9 30 9.00 Westchester mall open 10 00-9= except Sot. 10=00 6 00 y a of i

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