High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 6 1972, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 6, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Rebecca Cochran says vows with Richard Miller High Point Enterprise tuesday june 6, 1972 9a in a 4 of clock ceremony sunday at god of prophecy Church miss Rebecca Ann Cochran was United in marriage with Richard Covington Miller of Winston Salem. The Rev. J. E. Brisson officiated at the ceremony. A background of wedding music was presented by Gerald Shean soloist and Roberta Adams organist. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Clint Cochran of route 2. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. E. B. Miller of it. To Winston Salem. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a gown of Ivory Eaude some designed with an Empire bodice High neckline and Bishop sleeves. Lace appliques accented the bodice and the full skirt. The Bride added a Mantilla of illusion edged with lace and she carried a White lace prayer Book topped with an arrangement of orchids and Stephan Otis. Sharon Perkins served As maid of Honor. Bridesmaids included the brides sister Sharon Cochran the bridegrooms Sisters Nancy and Karen Miller and Jackie Fowler. Another sister of the Bride Tonya Cochran was Junior bridesmaids. The attendants wore formal gowns of Lavender and purple crepe styled with Empire waists scooped necklines and Long sleeves with ruffled cuffs. They added picture hats accented with Matching ribbons and they carried baskets of roses asters carnations and Static. The bridegrooms father e. B. Miller was Best Man. Mrs. Richard Covington Miller Ushers were Eugene John and David Miller Brothers of the bridegroom with Donald Stewart and Roger Johnson. A graduate of Ledford High school where she was a member of Kha the Bride is employed by Clarendon industries. The bridegroom also graduated from Ledford and is in his Sophomore year at . State University in Raleigh. He is employed by Reynolds in Winston Salem and will enter Active duty with the . Army on june 21. Immediately following the ceremony the couples parts hosted a reception in the Church Fellowship Hall. Assisting with the serving were mrs. Bob Burney mrs. Tom Boger mrs. Dewitt Shean and mrs. Amos Madren. The newlyweds will reside at route 2. Recent Bride honoured mrs. Former Mackie Parrish the Cheryl Crisson was complimented saturday evening at a miscellaneous Shower Given by mrs. Ellis Johnson and her daughter Sherri Gayle. Guests were invited to Call miss Jones engaged to Jerry Armentrout or. And mrs. Robert w. Jones of 400 Rollingwood re. Announce the engagement of their daughter Remona Gail to Jerry Wayne Armentrouu latest arrivals misty Boyles or. And mrs. Rocky Boyles of 211 s. Cherry St., kernels vile announce the birth of a daughter misty Lannette May 27 at the High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Boyles is the former Debbie Crews of Kernersville. Derek Jones or. And mrs. Larry Jones of 214-c Windley St. Announce the birth of a son Derek Xavier on june i at High Point memorial Hospital. Walth Mciver or. Or. And mrs. Walter Lee Mclver of 523 Whiteoak St. Announce the birth of their son Walter jr., on june i at the High Point Hospital. Billy Boles or. Or. And mrs. Billy Lee Boles of 310 Griffith St., Thomasville announce the birth of a son Billy Lee jr., on june 2 at the local Hospital. Mrs Boles is the former Shirley Ingram of Thomasville. Kevin Logan or. And or. Frankie Forrest Logan of 13 06 Woodhaven Are the parents of a son Kevin Forrest who was born on May is at the local Hospital son of or. And mrs. Joe Armentrout of 522 James re. The couple will speak their vows in a 7 30 . Ceremony on june 23 at Bales Chapel Church. No formal invitations will be sent but friends and relatives of the couple Are expected to attend the ceremony. Miss Jones graduated from Ragsdale High school where she was Secretary of Junior Exchange Tes. She is employed in the policy service department of Pilot life insurance co. Or. Armentrout graduated from Central High school and is employed at heritage. June Braunjr cumm forming artistic Beauty College 327 n. Main is Tri. 8s2-4415 m event pays Honor to Bride mrs. Marshall Alan col Trane a recent Bride was honoured at a floating miscellaneous bridal Shower at the Fellowship building of Glenola Baptist Church. Hostesses were mrs. Virginia Marsh and mrs. Margaret Robbins. Upon her arrival the honoree was presented a Carnation Corsage. Guests called Between the appointed hours of 7 and 9 30 p. In. Guests included mrs. Willie Stanley Mother of the Bride mrs. Anna t. C o 11 r a n Mother of the bridegroom and mrs. Tysinger Anthony grandmother of the bridegroom. Mrs. Coltrane is the former Kathy Ann Stanley. A hair Spaghetti sauce Mazel Williams bfc0rat0r member amoebic a Hora services freshest Flowers in town Quot scent Quot with love for a occasions 40irs Mains Lull Rmon 4 1-2101 crr Oit Caros Honorio j.,4girls responsible for Guys hair Between the hours of 7 and 9 p. In. At the Parrish Home on route 5, Lake Park Terrace estates. Mrs. Parrish was presented a Corsage of yellow carnations to complement her Blue dress. Gifts were placed on the table in the dining room. The honoree was presented gifts of a spice letter Holder and Kitchen Floral arrangement from the hostesses. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a Kelly Green Linen cloth with a White lace overlay. A Hie Corners of the table were caught up with nosegay of lilies of the Valley and tied with White Satin streamers. At the Center was a miniature bridal couple encircled with yellow Shasta daisies and Ivy. Special guests included mrs. D. F. Crisson Mother of the honoree mrs. J. M. Parrish Mother of the bridegroom and mrs. P. L. Lawson grandmother of the bridegroom. Mrs. Parrish was married on May 20 at Southside Baptist Church by the Rev. Charles Mcdowell. Dear Ann that letter from �?o6hio teen could have been written by me. I am also a High school senior who hates to kiss a Guy who has a moustache or a Beard. But lets be honest we girls Are responsible for All that hair. It All started when the beatles came to this country and the teenybopper shrieked fainted and went completely ape Over the group. The american boys Felt they had to imitate the beatles to win the favor of the girls. So they let their hair grow Long and the inevitable happened. In True american style a bigger is better and most is the youth of our nation became hair worshippers. Hair became a Symbol of the new culture Independence and rebellion. Most parents hated it. Sample dialogue a get a haircut or leave this so now its up to the girls to get rid of the hairy problem. And it is a problem. Keeping All that hair clean is work and most Guys done to bother. We girls must now say a off with the Brush or there la be no Are you with me Ann the All Clear in eau Claire dear Claire i done to need to be with you. To Ere a nobody with a Beard or moustache i care to kits. But lots of Luck. Dear Ann a few years ago we went to Canada for a vacation. There was a guided tour Courtesy of the Motel. The guide kept referring to the Canadian Side of the Falls and the american Side of the Falls. My father called the guides attention to the fact that Canada is just As much a part of America As the United states. This is my question Ann the inhabitants of South America Central America and North America a re americans. The inhabitants of guitar class set at Owca a guitar class for boys and girls will begin at the Owca 112 Gatewood ave. On monday the class will meet each morning for two weeks from la a. In. Until noon. Children Ages 9 and older Are eligible to attend and will be instructed by miss Lori Krewson. The class is designed for beginners in guitar. Registration is limited so prompt enrolment is urged. Call the Owca for More information or come by to Register. Call us. Bonded efficient route men. Fast. 4 so Sarita Cie airs launderers 1670 English is. Id. Us-2101. Iii every other Mamo beat Quot America s Tattler or. M. I j Otto carpet cleaning a Only with steam Way is carpet thoroughly cleaned1 you actually see the dirt under pressure extracted from your carpet1 phone 883-2154 touch of Beauty 702 Mon lieu ave we have the new double action soil extraction system. Genii shampoos i Hen extracts the soil from sour is All to is All carpets my ouch Mem Cit Riddle huh in vol1 Chas Soi r oms car fir sol let How rapidly they Rev a that Veraun Kok you Rall method do not remove dirt. They Timpl push the dirt Back into the pile temporarily. Ii to have Voe r Calfin leaned Rem d Miami com la i Thoos while old fms Contd Protea it carpet cleaning Doe a Hatter Job than do it youself mat hod., it Mill Doe not get the dirt out of the carpet. In ver a t Airt is Nimni i k his i or i caused by cleaning met that Puth the Din my tha pile while cleaning Only the a Trace Vav Hen tire carpet due the dirt work a Way Hack to the ult Ace and you have toiled carpeting again. Or r in storm i Meo is i i. Dik i. We toe he newly developed t he Mao actor Sot i Iii it non by item it shampoo to tour carpet with a the daily formulated toil retardant the am Poi then in. It the foam and dirt oui of your carpets and my a special Comac Tum tank. S no can actually tee the dirt being removed rom your carpeting the result k cleaner More Beautiful Cai pct that May cleaner longer and Wear Long. A it a Rood fat irs a lot Call us now a to Soh in traction Carri Colanino to your Hom Canada Are also canadians the people of Mexico Are called mexicans. But what Are the people of the United states called a other than americans Lansing query dear a . Citizens. Dear Ann you have waged a most successful Campaign against drop in visitors who done to even Knock for which we congratulate you Many people who thought they owed it to friends and relatives to be on 24-hour Call have come to realize that they were being taken advantage of. Your columns gave them the courage to put an end to it. Now will you do something for those of us who own Small yachts a great Many landlubbers done to know its not Only bad manners but a Legal offence to set foot on a boat until the words a come aboard Are spoken. For those who done to wish to shout a Light Knock on the Hull can be heard inside. And now the matter of shoes. It is an unspeakable Gaffe to come aboard a yacht wearing Ordinary Street shoes. It could cause permanent damage to for watch repair and jewelry W. Leonard jewellers m 1 phone 454-1 40 i painted and varnished surfaces. I am aware that a rather Small segment of your readers own yachts but since you Are read by people in every walk of life i Felt this was the very place to go for help to get my message across. A old Salt in key West dear Salt never let it be said that i discriminated against the Rich. Here is your letter a for the one tenth of on per cent. Does someone you love have a problem with drugs Send $1.00 and a self addressed Long envelope 16 cents postage to Ann Landers Box 3346, Chicago 60654 for her Booklet a straight dope on it tells both Downs insides and outs of drug use. Make your own decisions. Guilford optical co. A free parking Quot enter from mom St. Next to building 654 so Telephone North main . 885-2647 a serving this area since 1947. Large selection of latest Fash ions in frames. Let us fill your next prescription for glasses. Four registered opticians to serve you Jack Southerland Hoyt Wilson Aubrey Bowman Garland Pugh downtown and Westchester mall make the scene in come in and try on a pair today. We have the jeans that just keep on trucking for Jris. Brand names you can be sure of like Jakes jeans by prides crossing stuffed jeans Junior ites Tami and a casual. Choose from a wide selection of fabrics brushed Denim and Cotton Corduroy seersucker and of course everybody s favorite Blue Denim with Button fronts. See All the styles Button legs flares big legs knee pockets hip Hugger to loss boy Cut and regular Cut. Sizes 5-13. 7.00 to 15.00 Halter tops Ideal for Wear with jeans. Famous brands. 4.00 to 9.00 2nd floor or. Shop downtown or. Terrace Westchester mall a so us to Ltd Itan Only a to i downtown Only

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