High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 13 1972, Page 8

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 13, 1972, High Point, North Carolina This offer Good Mondoy tuesday wednesday Juno 12, 13 and 14 pizza Villa 10o Greensboro Road at 5 Points pm. 885-8719 High Point hours daily 11 . To 12 . 4 . Loll im., a Greensboro or. And mrs. James Walter Crawford of 6208 High Point re. Announce the engagement of their daughter Judith Lynn to Richard Cary Pahnke son of or. And mrs. Robert Carl skirting the Issue Frankfurt West Germany was a teachers warned Greta Keubler 16, that she would not be allowed in class if she came to school again in trousers. The next Day she appeared for her lessons in Pullover sweater on top and nothing but her panties beneath. A i done to have anything but trousers a she explained and was allowed to leave the classroom Long enough to put them on. Pahnke of 301 fair Ridge dr., Jamestown. The couple has selected aug. 5 As the Date for their wedding at Bible Baptist Church. Miss Crawford is a graduate of Ragsdale High school and will receive her degree from Bob Jones University this summer. The bridegroom elect attended Texas a amp a University and is attending North Carolina state University Al Raleigh. Mizel Williams dic0r1t0r of mrs r Antrican to Ai sep diffs remember did on father s Day Wun Flowers for his office Den or memorial Flowers. 4018 j main St Tell phone 431 7101 Chiou cards Honorio Martha Sullivan Robert s. Scott Exchange vows latest Thomasville Martha Hay Sullivan daughter of or. And mrs. James Crawford Sullivan of 13 fifth ave. And Robert Stevan Scott son of or. And mrs. John Burgess Scott or. Of 107 Royal Oaks were United in marriage on sunday in a 4 . Ceremony at the second United Church of Christ in Lexington. The couple repeated their vows before or. A. Odell Leonard. Miss Barbara Susan Fritts of Lexington organist and Dempsey Fritts Uncle of the Bride and soloist presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of White organza designed with a scooped neckline Empire Waistline and a Chapel length train trimmed with Wace appliques. She wore a lace Petal Headpiece of seed pearls with an attached veil of illusion and carried a prayer Book belonging to mrs. Christopher Musgrave great great great members attend supper members of the auxiliary of elks Lodge 1155 held a Steak supper around the elks swimming Pool. Each member brought his own Steak and cooked it. Hours do oeuvres were served to members and guests and following the meal mrs. Red Smith gave a Short speech at which time she thanked everyone for attending the event. She also thanked those who had helped with the supper. There was swimming following the meal and dancing around the Pool. On Sale in Paris new Light spectacle frames in Candy Pink Petunia Coral Violet All designed by 70 year old Norman Hartnell Queen Elizabeth s dressmaker who says a choosing spectacles can be More fun than choosing a grandmother of the Bride covered with White Satin cloth and topped with a White Orchid greenery and Satin streamers. Mrs. Danny g. Scott of Goldsboro was Matron of Honor. Misses Kathy Scott sister of the bridegroom Debra Scott. Rhonda Smith and Teri sink were bridesmaids. Junior bridesmaids were misses Toni Scott and Lisa Sullivan Sisters of the bridal couple. Miss Beverly Blake of Troy was Flower girl. The attendants wore formal gowns of Pink Saki silk designed with Empire waistlines and puffed sleeves trimmed with Rose trime. They wore White picture hats trimmed with Pink velvet ribbon and carried nosegay bouquets of pastel daisies and mums. The bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best Man. Ushers were Clyde c. Fritts Uncle of the Bride Robert l. Scott Uncle of the bridegroom Don Goins and Donnie Beasley. The new mrs. Scott is a graduate of Thomasville senior High school and is a student at Davidson county Community College. She is a member of the Thomasville order of the Rainbow and the Phi Beta Gamma chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. She is employed by the roses stores. Or. Scott is a graduate of Thomasville senior High school where he was a varsity football player. He attended Davidson county Community College and was a member of the Thomasville chapter of . He is employed by tasty bakery. The parents of the bridal couple entertained at a cake cutting immediately following the rehearsal in the Church parlor on saturday evening refreshments were served from a table covered with a Pink cloth overlaid with White lace and entered with an arrangement of pastel summer Flowers flanked by Pink lighted tapers i n holders. After the couple Cut the first slice of the tiered wedding cake misses Eugenia House and Barbara Susan Fritts completed serving. Punch was poured by misses Fairfax school accepting qualified students for grades kindergarten thru Grade 8 expanded program in 7th and 8th grades offering excellent instruction in foreign language mechanical drawing design Art history and music As Well As prescribed school curriculum limited vacancies in a grades phone 882 0817 for appointment to visit school Corners of Chestnut and Newton o to it Opp Moi i Trot rung a pm Tow mrs. Scott Putti Penninger and Kathy Fritts. Guests included members of the wedding party relatives friends and out of town guests. The couple will reside at 627 Knollwood or. Arrivals Michael Davis or. And mrs. Michael l. Davis of 422 s. Elm St., Apt. 5, announce the birth of their son Michael Shane on june la at High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Davis is the former Brenda Hall of Archdale. Mckinley Jurney or. Or. And mrs. Mckinley Van Jurney of 1504 Delk or. Are the parents of a son Mckinley Van jr., born on june la at High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Jurney is the former Patricia Troutman of Statesville. Keith Nance the june la birth of their son. Keith Edward at the High Point Hospital is being announced by or. And mrs. Kenneth Nance of it. 3. Trinity. Tracy Cartrette a daughter Tracy Ann. Was born on june to at the High Point Hospital to or. And mrs. Ronald Cartrette of to Oak s. Mrs. Cartrette is the former Joyce Lackey. Elizabeth Mcevoy or. And mrs. Joseph my i Evoy of Hoo n. Rotary or. J announce the birth of their daughter. Elizabeth Caris j june 7 at Forsyth memorial Hospital. Winston Salem. For watch repair and jewelry j. W. Leonard jewellers located in the Bow Stafford bldg phone 454 i 40 i i Jamestown n c eau i pm Gnu Cental 4. 5/ a get. Or. Benton in a sure mighty glad you there our Enthus Tiam about the new improved s. E. need help moving rentals available trailers trucks appliance dollies furniture pods piano dollies rent u haul trucks you can rent practically anything from the rental Mart 2001 n. Main St. Pm. 885-4823 miss Lynn Griffith feted at Ope House miss Lynn Griffith and Michael Ester were honoured sunday afternoon at an Ope House Given by or. And mrs. Robert c. Griffith and mrs. W. E. Griffith at 810 Sunset or. Guests were invited to Call Between 4 and 5 30 . Miss Griffith was presented a Corsage of yellow daisies upon her arrival. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a Cut Linen cloth. At the Center was an arrangement of White Shasta daisies mixed with yellow roses flanked by lighted yellow tapers in Silver holders. Assisting in serving were mrs. Herman Crawford at the a Market research firm has found out Why Small sized to sets for bedrooms and bathrooms done to sell As Well As expected in Europe most women done to like to be looked at while bathing or dressing even by a face on the screen. Punch bowl and miss Bobbie Gay Griffith who will be an attendant in the wedding and miss Connie Crawford. Miss Griffith and or. Ester will speak their vows on saturday june 17, at first Baptist Church of Jamestown. Bonded efficient route men. Fast. St you cleaners Lau dmm 1670 English St. Tel. 815-2iot. Best steaks anywhere i a Eddler a amp tease House Tel 883-2412 High Point Gold to it tul a Quot Ltd to Mon by of ital key numbly. Ilehr strut a a a it a a Fhi to a in you of Quot _ new a Vul to count with Siut to or who Quot you ado must in of your or flt of a ovine pc of tool count. Otom Misiok la Norat will to Putti of Cut prom oily to Ltd to tut us of Ouidio ignition lock. Whit Vuu Utah. In t it time you stopped dreaming about a Homo #4 your own. And storied doing something. It May to easier than you think. Moro at perpetual we have a time tested formula for fitting a Home financing plan to your family income. Convenient rent a like monthly payments will take care of. A principal a interest 8 insurance a taxes while you re talking with the experienced folks at perpetual let them explain How regular saving a Little from each pay Check con help you accumulate the Down payment that lends to Homo ownership. Perpetual savings and Loaa association i Mot in to in Man my a i mum turn in >�?��,.�?z a my High Tim i Oum few Rel Maui Rutan Ante customs of Kino a Handy of it in window honoured at Tea Susan Sparks miss High Point left and miss Dana Scotten a former miss High Point attend the Tea Given by the High Point Jaycees in the Asbury room at Wesley memorial United methodist Church sunday afternoon. Miss Sparks left for Charlotte on monday for the miss North Carolina pageant. Staff photo by Art Richardson of fled Point Enterprise the world of women Adelaide s editor tuesday june 13, 1972. 8-a Rebecca Wilson Judi Crawford and r. Pahnke engaged Judith Lynn Crawford Gail Cadick feted at bridal party her daughter Debbie Wooster of Columbia s. C., entertained at a Tea and Kitchen Shower monday afternoon from 3 until 5 of clock in the red masque inn at Woodlake apartments. The event paid Honor to miss Rebecca Wilson Bride elect of John Brittain of Columbia. S. Miss Wilson was presented a Corsage of White Shasta daisies tied with yellow velvet ribbon. Later the hostesses added a lobster Steamer to the Shower of gifts. Guests were greeted by the hostesses and invited into the entertaining area where decorations followed a yellow and White Motif. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a yellow Linen cloth and entered with a Pyramid arrangement of yellow and White mums Shasta daisies and Gladioli flanked by yellow tapers in Silver candelabra. Miss Wilson and or. Brittain will speak their vows in a 2 p. In. Ceremony saturday at St. Mary a episcopal Church. Miss Wooster will be a bridesmaid in the wedding. Miss Gail Cadick who will be married to Tim Yates on aug. 27 at first United methodist Church was honoured at a Coke party on saturday. Hostesses were mrs. Ray Mercer mrs. Aaron Allred and mrs. Allred s daughter Sandra Allred. The Bride elect received a Corsage of White daisies and a gift of China in her chosen pattern from her hostesses. The table was covered with an embroidered cloth and entered with Pink roses in a Silver bowl. Special guests were mrs. D. E. Caddick Mother of the Bride elect mrs. Donald w. Arrison Mother of the bridegroom elect and mrs. L. H. Zimmerman grandmother of the Bride elect. Thirty five guests called at the Mercer Home 1023 Sweet Briar re. Between the hours of 11 30 a. In. And 1 30 p. In. Honoured mrs. Janice j. Wooster and

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