High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 16 1974, Page 23

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 16, 1974, High Point, North Carolina In More news about people from pagk4b of the Rev. And mrs. . Gatewood for the new Trinity Baptist Sanctuary by a Friend. The Gate Woods have a daughter Elizabeth mrs. Ralph Sykes living at it. I High Point a daughter Frances mrs. John Kre Helof Garden City . And a son James ., ifii3 Johnson St High Point. There Are seven grandchildren and one great grandchild. His hobbies Are Coin collecting and gardening. A a i control scale insects scale insects Are sponges. They Board and Lodge with their hosts a Trees shrubs plants. By sucking Plant juices from Leaf and Stem they can cause leaves to yellow twigs and branches to die and have been known expert answers gardening questions q. Mosquitoes mosquitoes. My Yard stays full of them we have Trees but no Pool or Stream our neighbor has an ornamental Pool but they Don t seem to have the Mosquito problem that we do c a., Burlington Burlington a. Check for old cans tires gutters that hold water Etc. If you find none of these the mosquitoes could be coming from a neighbor Hen there is no wind mosquitoes will collect in it Hady areas such As you have you May have to use an insect repellent when working in the Yard and you tray want to Spray or fog the area if you plan an outdoor party. H e. Scott Extension entomologist a q How do i keep Pine mice from eating my Tulip bulbs Jas. Apex i a. Clear ground of Brushy cover such As leaves or Pine Straw. Bury hardware cloth or Metal edging at least six inches in Width All around the plants susceptible to attack. David s. Decalesta Extension wildlife specialist q. I have honeysuckle in a wooded area near a fishpond. Can i use 2.4-d to get rid of the honeysuckle without hurting the fish also can i eat the fish up Burgaw a. Yes. 2.4-d used at the recommended rate would do the Job safely. Yes. You can eat the fish. Carl Blake Extension agronomist q last summer our crepe myrtles became covered on the leaves and branches with a Black Mold which killed the Flowers How can i prevent this problem this year l r. Cary a the Black substance on the leaves is Quot sooty a disease that develops on a Honeydew excreted by insects Honeydew on crepe Myrtle is usually excreted by aphids. Control the aphids by spraying with malathion or Diax inon aspect Racine and you will prevent the formation of sooty Mold. Re. Robertson Extension entomologist a tvs Ash Hamburg West Germany was a Bachelor Werner Schubert. 37, was surprised when two pretty girls rang his Doorbell and announced that they were there to repair his to set allowed to enter the Young ladies promptly smashed the set with a Hammer and Hatchet. We Are your neighbors and your set roars too loud a explained one she then invited Schubert to a homemade supper and evenings in front of their quieter to set whenever he liked. To kill Trees. June says Robert a. Bartlett ., president of the f. A. Bartlett tree expert co., is the time to look for these pests especially on evergreens and to control Many of them. Control can be achieved when just hatched Young Are crawling and have not settled Down for the rest of their lives. Some later develop hard shells that Are impervious to sprays that should be used in june Contact insecticides. These Are some of the Scales controllable this month Azalea bark scale on Azalea and Rhododendron Euonymus scale on Euonymus. Ivy and Pach Sandra Fiorina external scale on Hemlock and Spruce Juniper scale on arborvitae and Juniper Oystershek scale on Boxwood Rhododendron scale on Rhododendron Pine Needle scale on Spruce and Pine Putnam scale on Holly White peach scale on Privet and Cottony taxes scale on Yew scale insects come in different colors various shapes a Juniper scale looks like a tiny Fried egg. White with a yellow Center. A Rhododendron scale is tan in color almost circular in shape and infests both Leaf and Stem. The scale on Holly is hard round dark Gray with an Orange Center. Yew scale is soft looks Uke a Gumdrop on a Twig. Pine Needle scale is White and elongated Flowers for Alt occasions i h Pettit a leading it title Grace Flower shop to wtlmmm4 a a a Iii 401 and iim617 High Point Enterprise sunday june la 1974 in saturday ceremony unites miss Johnson or. Estes Cynthia Lynn Boyce Cynthia Boyce plans to wed Jay Mccune Gethsemane Baptist Church will be the setting for the july 27 wedding of Cynthia Lynn Boyce to Jay w. Mccluney. The ceremony is scheduled for 4 p m. Miss Boyce is the daughter of or. And mrs. Horace Boycejr. Of 610 s. Ellwood or. She is a rising senior at t. Wingate Andrews High school and plans to study Interior decorating upon graduation or. Mccluney is the son of the Rev and mrs. Ray Mccluney of 206 a i Worth re. He is a graduate of Ragsdale senior High school and attended Davidson county Community College and Guilford technical Institute. He is employed by Duke Power co. Charlotte Ann ver nor Johnson daughter of or. And mrs. James Vernor Johnson of 3200 Wicker Sham re. And George Calvin Estes Iii of Greenville son of the Junior or. And mrs. Estes of 900 Chestnut or. In High Point were United in marriage on saturday at 4 p in. In Myers Park United methodist Church the couple repeated their vows before or. Mitchell Faulkner. Walter Ball organist and Allen Turner soloist presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of White silk organza and lace designed with a High neckline and tapered lace sleeves. The modified Empire bodice was accented with Venice lace As was the skirt and Chapel length train. She wore a Camelot Headpiece with an attached veil of illusion bordered with Matching lace she carried a bouquet of White bridal roses Stepha Notis and Gypsophila mrs. Mary Cook of fort Wayne. Ind., was her sister s Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids included miss Lynn Nesbitt of Greensboro miss Jane broiler of Brown Summit miss Mary Mel wee of Statesville miss Laura Auman of West end and miss Lee Thurston of Salisbury. Miss Suzanne Aishton of Chatham n j., was the Junior bridesmaid the bridal attendants wore formal gowns of Pink silk organza designed with smocked Halter bodices ruffled neckline and full skirts. A Matching Cape completed the attire they carried nosegay of sweetheart roses Gypsophila and mixed Spring Flowers the bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best Man. Ushers were Wayne Newnan of High Point. John w. Kirkman of High Point Norman e. Block of Chapel Hill. Sam Dockery of Mon cure. Ashby Cookjr. Of fort Wayne. David l. Marshall and Robert c. Winters of Warren Ohio Cameron Aishton of Chatham was the ring bearer. The new mrs Estes is a graduate of Myers Park High school and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where she received her b a degree in mathematics in May. Or Estes is a graduate of High Point Central High Sci ool and ung at Chapel Hill where he was a member of Kappa Alpha fraternity. He received his master s degree from the Citadel in Charleston s. C. And is currently the assistant basketball coach at cast Carolina University the couple will reside in Greenway apartments in Greenville 6 june summer savings women s famous brands of dress and casual shoes values to 15.00 1628 s. Main Friedman s jewellers our Diamond values Are guaranteed if you Fino a better Vaiuli within 30 Days return your Purchase for a full refund. Carat weight values 1/4 Carat m59 i Carat s499 on Bright Diamond rises from Petite 4 prong mounting. Iak a ask Gold Tiffany ring five Large diamonds look like one in this open an account illustrations Giargio Fried inns jewellers tat. Main Street open Fri. Nit til s m ban charge cards Welcome i

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