High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 30 1972, Page 23

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 30, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Buy your. Engagement Diamond in lha modern manner select your Quality flawless Fine flair a pay Only for what you get a Wilt comi. A Ifo vib soon phone 185-2251 take care of body your body is like an automobile a it needs a a fuel to go just As your car needs Gas to cover the Miles so your body needs calories to give you Energy to go. You wont go far without Energy and your car wont go anywhere without its fuel. A cards fuel can be compared to the food you eat or drink a fuel and Jane Frances Moorman food Are vital to a Well run car or body. A car also needs Oil and grease to keep it running smoothly and your body needs vitamins and minerals for the same reason. A Well balanced diet will do much to keep your body going. Treat it As Well As you do your car feed it clean it keep it in motion. And slow it Down when it needs to recuperate. Flare skirt Halter dress with Western jacket. Red with Navy Navy with red. Sizes 5-11. $ they had some Odd ideas in those Days women unlit. By a act of English parliament during the 1680-1702 reign of William and Mary bachelors of 25 years and Over were taxed one shilling for a poor Man 12 for a Duke. Concurrently it was generally accepted that women could not read rationally and certainly could not be expected to spell. Boys were different. For their proper education rhetoric was essential. Mathematics and science did t carry much weight. Nor did teachers apparently. Tutors living in Homes of the Rich were expected to leave the table before the Sweet course. Plaid and Plain Halter dress with Smock jacket red with Black polyester. Sizes 5-11. 22 miss Jenkins. Or. Kaas Patricia double header. Two perms on Sale. One week Only. Our a Balsam plus Perm Reg. 12.50, now Only 8.88 a Penney the values Are Here every Day. Be you can charge it at a Penney in Westchester mall open daily to to 9 30 Robinson Turner High Point Enterprise sunday july 30, 1972 111 Exchange wedding vows Best i5 couple says vows the Chapel of Green Street Baptist Church was the setting for the saturday evening wedding of Martha Renee Jenkins daughter of mrs. Charles e. Jenkins of 601 e. Lexington ave. And the late or. Jenkins to David Clark Kaas of Thomasville. The bridegroom is the son of mrs. David Clark Kaas miss Moorman to wed or. Ronald g. Dennis Douglas. A. Mrs. Guy w. Moorman announces the engagement of her daughter. Jane Frances to or. Ronald Green Dennis son of or. And mrs. Ernest b. Dennis of High Point . Miss Moorman is the daughter of the late or. Guy w. Moorman and the granddaughter of the late or. And or. I. W. Moorman and the late or. End or. T. A. Clower. The Bride elect attended Oxford College and received a . Degree in nursing from Emory University where she was a member of Alpha Delta pm sorority. She is employed As a staff nurse St Emory University Hospital in Atlanta a. Or. Dennis is the grandson of the late or. And mrs. George t. Dennis of Thomasville . And the late or. And mrs. James d. Green of High Point. He graduated from Wake Forest University where he was a member of i Kappa Alpha social fraternity and from Bowman Gray school of Medicine. He recently completed a year of medical internship at Emory University Hospital and he is serving As a Captain in the . Air Force at Sheppard fab in Texas. The wedding is planned for sept. 2 at first United methodist Church. Peggy Wall of Thomasville and Charles k. Kaas of Pompano Beach Fla. Or. E. W. Price or. Officiated at the 7 p. In. Ceremony. Lindsay Odom organist and Linda Morgan soloist presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her Mother the Bride was attired in a formal gown of White Rose Point lace Over Peau de some designed with an Empire bodice victorian neckline Bishop sleeves and a gathered skirt extending into a Chapel length train. She wore a Bandeau Headpiece with an attached veil of illusion and carried a bouquet of mums Gypsophila and yellow roses. Mrs. Angela Grant 0 f Greensboro was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids included miss Ann Parrish of Thomasville mrs. Fain Gareth Beshear of Charlotte and miss Susan Eisiliones. The attendants wore formal gowns of White trimmed with yellow Flowers designed with Butterfly sleeves rounded necklines and Empire waistlines. They wore Matching headpieces and carried baskets of summer Flowers. The bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best mar Ushers were David p. Grant of Greensboro Gareth be hears of Charlotte and Jerry Carter of Thomasville. The new mrs. Kaas is a graduate of t Wingate Andrews High school where she was a member of the cooperative business class. She is currently employed by Tobias. Inc. Or. Kaas is a graduate of i it Edford High school. He is presently employed by the engineering dept. For the City of High Point As a craftsman. A reception was held following the wedding ceremony in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. A picnic was Given at the Home of mrs. Angela Grant to Honor the bridal couple on thursday evening. The couple will reside on route 4 in Thomasville. Now she has help at Home a once the children started helping housekeeping got a lot easier a notes mrs. Carolyn Bell a Cleveland county Mother of six. Mrs. Bell who is employed outside the Home took advantage of some time and Energy saving tips she heard at an Extension homemakers club meeting. Engaged miss Patricia l. Best of William and mar it apts., and James d. Simons of 924-c, Lake Crest ave., Are planning a sept. 16 wedding at first Baptist Church Richlands. The Bride elect is the daughter of or. And mrs. Richard m. Best of Richlands. The bridegroom elects parents Are or. And mrs. W. Simons of 211 Mon lieu ave. Miss Best attended Campbell College and is employed at m amp j financial corp. Or. Simons is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is employed As a geologist at Pittsburgh testing Laboratory in Greensboro. Garden questions answered q. I live in Raleigh Anc would like to go to the san Hills for peaches. When should i go e.k., Raleigh a. Anywhere around Thi towns of West end Candor win blow Norman. Ellerbe 0 Lilesville. You will see Man Roadside stands Many 0 which Are adjacent to peace packing Sheds. Melvin Kolbe Extension Horticulturist q. I have a dozen Tomat plants that were growing beautifully however t w 1 plants Are wilting at the tips the variety is supposed to be Wilt resistant. Mrs. M. B. Siler City a. Your tomatoes could Hae resistance to fun Sarham Wilt but there Are Many other Wilts. Vertic Illium Wilt wit cause the tips to Wilt As you describe. Also wet weather will cause temporary wilting of the tips. Another potential problem is Southern bacterial Wilt but it usually kills the entire Plant rather quickly or. Harry Duncan Extension Plant pathologist q. Please Tell me the name of a chemical that will kill honeysuckle. O. G., Winston Salem a a. Ami role or 2. 4-d plus a surfactant will control honeysuckle. Spray after foliage is developed until plants begin to go dormant. Pretreatment May be necessary during the summer or the following Spring. W. M. Lewis Extension agronomist it Hamptonville new Hope Baptist Church was the setting for the saturday evening wedding of Frankie Diane Turner and Douglass c. Robinson. The Rev. Wade Chappell officiated at the 7 30 p. In. Ceremony. Miss Linda Jones pianist and miss Melodye Snow soloist presented a program of wedding music. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Vernon Turner of route 2. The bridegroom is the son of major c. Robinson of route 3 in North Wilkesboro and the late mrs. Robinson. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of silk organza and lace designed with an Empire Waistline accented with seed pearls and a Bow and Bishop sleeves with lace cuffs. She wore a Matching full length Mantilla bordered with Chantilly lace and carried a Cascade bouquet of yellow roses entered with an Orchid with White Satin ribbon streamers. Mrs. Peggy Alcon sister of the Bride and miss Janice Robinson sister of the bridegroom. Were the Honor attendants. Bridesmaids included miss Karen Robinson sister of the bridegroom and miss Doris Church. The attendants wore formal gowns of yellow and mint Green dotted Swiss Over taffeta designed with Empire waistlines and puffed sleeves. They carried yellow Long stemmed roses. The bridegroom selected his brother Howard Robinson to serve As Best Man. Ushers were Darrell Robinson brother of the bridegroom Marvin Brown and Danny Perdue. The new mrs. Robinson is a graduate of Trinity High school and was employed with the Home credit co. Of High Point. She is now employed by Home credit in North Wilkesboro. Or. Robinson is a graduate of Wilkes Central High school and Wilkes Community College. He is employed by Blue Ridge co. Of North Wilkesboro. The couple was entertained at a cake cutting by the parents of the Bride on Friday evening following the rehearsal. A color scheme of Green and yellow was used throughout the entertainment area. Mrs. Wilson and miss Ajene mrs. Douglass c. Robinson Shinault aunts of the Bride assisted in serving. Following a wedding trip to the mountains the couple will reside at route i in moravian Salon charge it. No appointment necessary. Phone 885-8041 e e r y f i 0 i i i i i i r i i a i a girl could change her mind. That a Why Halter dresses have Curtis phase 7 Perm Reg. 17.50, now Only 11.88 include special conditioners shampoo Cut and set

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