High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 25 1972, Page 22

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 25, 1972, High Point, North Carolina By High Point Enterprise sunday june 25, 1972 she wants a woman candidate by Dorothy Marks women s news service Washington a witty primer of political a no not so for male political candidates in 1972, a the year of the woman a by Liz Carpenter former press Secretary to lady Bird Johnson is one of several women oriented pieces in the democratic convention Book for release shortly. After 31 years As a a yellow dog Democrat a mrs. Carpetner said in an interview Here a a in be reached the decision i would Cross Over to Campaign for a Good Republican candidate a provided that candidate is a in recent weeks she has jostled along the sidewalks of new York City with democratic rep. Bella Abzug. Fellow member of the Board of the National women a political caucus and stomped in Texas for Frances a a Sissy Farenthold who lost her race to become the democratic candidate for governor of the Lone Star state. Last year she travelled the Back roads of Mississippi with Black civil rights Leader Fannie Lou Hamer in her abortive try for the state Senate. She has offered her help to rep. Presidential candidate Shirley Chisholm. Miss Kay Bailey a former press aide to Ann Armstrong co chairman of the Republican National committee is running for the Texas state legislature. A a in a Campaign for her in a minute a says Liz a but she does no to need a women can stand the heat they Are getting out of the Liz says a but they Are tired of Selling tickets and being locked out of the Ball her four pack of political a no not so for male candidates in a the year of the woman Are aimed at male chauvinists and a almost liberated men alike 1. A done to Call us a Lovely we re going to be in there fighting for More humane government and we May use Osome unlovely and a Ladylike ways. The phrase a a ladies went out with bloomers. 2. A done to Promise us everything and then give us Arpee. When we talk about having a share of the political scene we re talking about the Cabinet and the supreme court not a spot pm the Board of geographic names. 3. A done to advocate equal rights for women if you done to create any yourself. 4. A done to claim you Are giving women equal opportunities if the Only women on your staff Are typists. Women have infiltrated Tipa Rillos. That s just a starter on the smoke filled rooms. Deborah from Pace 4-b manager of the Myca in High Point. Following a wedding trip to the coast the newlyweds will reside at 1424 Madison St. In High Point. Final parties immediately following the ceremony the Bride s parents entertained with a reception in the Church Fellowship Hall. They were assisted by mrs. Sara Diggs mrs. Linda Pigg and mrs. Frances Snipes All cousins of the Bride. Guests were greeted by or. And mrs. Robert Liles and invited to sign the Register by or. And mrs. Wilbur b. Sweater Uncle and aunt of the Bride. Decorations throughout the entertaining area carried out the Bride s selected colors of yellow and Green. The three tiered cake was topped with a miniature bridal couple standing beneath an Arch of daisies. Arrangements of mixed summer Flowers and Palms were used throughout the entertaining area. Goodbyes were said to or. And mrs. James v. Roberson. A Brunch was Given on saturday honouring the Bride. The event was held in her parents Home. Or. And mrs. John Wilson of Cullowhee Uncle and aunt of the Birde hosted the event. Among the guests were the brides parents members of her immediate family and the officiating ministers the Rev. Hurley and la. Garner. Also attending was mrs. Hurley. The Buffet table was covered with a Green cloth overlaid with lace. Arrangements of win Mer Flowers were used throughout the entertaining area. 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