High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 25 1972, Page 32

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 25, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Iii Alfh Point interpret sunday Jan 25, 1972 your family decorator create tent look with patterned and Plain fabrics by Carleton Varney president Dorothy Draper a co. Inc. Tents have a Way of popping up during summertime and i enjoy the red and White striped carnival and band concert tents. I love tented ceilings indoors and out of doors. I love umbrellas too particularly with yellow and White striped tops with scalloped edges and the umbrellas look Best when lined with a flowery print or a new Geometric. Who does not enjoy having a summer luncheon at a round table under a Graceful and colourful umbrella you can bring the round umbrella and tent look into your Home All year around with some imagination. I recently saw a charming dining room with the tent look created with an imaginative interplay of patterned and Plain fabrics of Glass yarn. The focal Point was a handsome dining Gazebo in a Ben Rose print of Cool greens and White that cleverly followed the symmetry of its Sunburst pattern. To produce the effect the print was shirred on a hexagonal Frame meeting on the ceiling under a Cut out of a single Sunburst Motif. Tieback curtains of the print Matching the umbrella ceiling were Hung at All windows behind a Cornice scalloped to emphasize the fabrics swirling design. Under the tieback curtains Apple Green window shades of stauffers plastique Cut the Glare and provide privacy while filtering Light for plants and people. In the round tented room naturally a round Glass top table with Chrome legs was set along with comfortable dining chairs upholstered in luscious Plum antique velvet a i must add that the chair legs were upholstered in the Plum fabric too. What a wonderful summer fruit bowl combination of colors in this dining room a so Cool yet vibrant for year round living. The easy to As semble Gazebo Structure on the ceiling plus a profusion of plants that can be changed with the seasons produced a fresh Garden look for All year. And what a More the Shade and the Gazebo Are readily amenable to soap and water care. Do not think that tents Are difficult to install in your Home. You can create a tented effect in a rectangular room a Square room or just about any room of whatever configuration. Tented Foyers Are mighty popular. I have seen some Dianne Louise Whitt and Dennis l. Miller marry rooms where the tented look was created with wallpaper. Also i have seen rooms painted to look like a tent. Simply paint stripes on the Walls from ceiling to floor via the use of Mastic tape and Spray paint. Carry the Stripe effect on to the ceiling from All four Walls. Before painting draw your ceiling Stripe plan to be certain that you Are creating a from the Center meeting spot. Dear family decorator Quot we need suggestions for our bedroom. We just recently purchased a brass bed and have a Beautiful White spread for it. Our other bedroom furniture is Walnut stained. My favorite color is Blue Quot mrs. . Dear mrs. . Paint Walls and ceiling soft Blue and All trim a shiny White Semi gloss enamel. Choose a Rich Royal Blue carpet. For draperies and tiebacks select a Floral of mint Green and Lavender on a White background. Line the draperies and Edge the tiebacks with Royal Blue polished Cotton. A few Pillow covered in the Matching Floral fabric would look very Nice on your White spread door family decorator Quot i have a Small bedroom with Dusty Rose coloured fixtures. The floor is Whito tile which i would like to carpet. Wall tile is Pink and Tho tub has a Glass enclosure. Please suggest anything but mrs. . Dear or. . Cover your floor with a Ruby red washable Cotton carpet. For Walls and ceiling select a Vinyl Wal covering in a big bold plaid design of Turquoise red and White. Instead of using curtains at your window Why not window shades covered with the plaid Vinyl towels can be a combo nation of Turquoise. White a and maybe some Pink. Or. Varney welcomes mail from readers but cannot give ser the most interesting questions from readers in his column. Gazebo for dining open an umbrella Over your dining room for a year round Garden look. Here the focal Point is a handsome dining Gazebo in a print of Cool greens on White that follows the symmetry of its Sunburst pattern. Apple Green shades of stauffers plastique Cut the Glare. Greensboro miss Dianne Louise Whitt daughter of or. And mrs. Martin Luther Frederick of 1907 textile dr., was wed to Dennis Lewis Miller son of or. And mrs. Lewis l. Miller of 714 second st., Juniata Altoona pa., on saturday at the children s Home United m e t n o d i s t Church Winston Salem. The Rev. Arthur l. Charn Bell officiated at the 7 . Vows. Wedding musicians were miss Linda Armstrong soloist of Hickory and miss Mary Thompson organist of Winston Salem. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a gown of White Peau de some and organza styled with a High lace Collar Long puffed sleeves ending with lace cuffs Bel shaped skirt and a Chapel length train. Her veil of illusion was Chapel length. She carried a dutch colonial bouquet of daisies and White roses. Matron of Honor was mrs. Harlon Costner sister of the Bride Greensboro. Bridesmaids were mrs. Bruce sheaf Fer Arlington a. Miss Pattie Rask it. Lauderdale Fla. Mrs. Preston Knapp Arlington a. Miss Linda Elmore Lawndale and miss Annie Dykes. Cristfield my. Sandra Kay Mabe Bride of Vernon m. Small store items where you can get to them miss Sandra Kaye Mabe. Daughter of the Rev. And mrs. Roy l. Mabe of 109 Sinclair ave., and Vernon m. Small son of or. And mrs. Chester Small of 1009 Oakmont were United in marriage on Friday at Christ gospel Baptist Church. The Rev. Paul Forrester officiated at the 7 p. In. Ceremony. A prelude of wedding music was presented by Myrtle Hinson. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a formal gown of bridal Satin designed with an Empire Waistline High neckline with Long lace sleeves and a Cathe dral length train. She wore a Camelot Headpiece with a veil of illusion with lace Border. Miss Debbie Mabe sister of the Bride was maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were miss Nancy Byerly and Carolyn George sister of the bridegroom Angela Carrell was Flower girl. Best Man was Ray Kersey. Serving As Ushers were Ray Mabe and Bobby Mabe Brothers of the Bride Rayford Small brother of the bridegroom. The Honor attendant wore a formal gown of Pink bridal Satin designed with a lace Empire Waistline. The bridesmaids wore identical formal gowns of Blue Satin and Matching headpieces. The Bride is a graduate of Central High school and was a member of the deca club. She is employed by Alderman a studio. The bridegroom attended Ferndale Junior High school and served in the u. S. Army. He was discharged in january. He is employed by big Star in Thomasville. The couple will reside at 138 e. White st., Archdale. The brides parents entertained at a cake cutting at their Home immediately following the rehearsal on thursday evening. Guests were greeted by Carol Mabe Judy Mabe and Sherrill Mabe Sisters in Law of the Bride. By Janice r. Christensen its not always a matter of needing More storage. Sometimes its a matter of making the Best use of what you have Forsyth county Extension homemakers club members were told recently. Homemakers were advised to sort out those things not often used. They were also told to put articles where they could be reached easily and quickly store items where they would be first used and placed similar articles together. Information was also Given on ways to extend space in clothes closets for garments and other articles and on ways to Label boxes so each item could be easily located. The net result a lot of homemakers Are a getting their houses in observes mrs. Joanne Falls assistant Home economics Extension agent. Big demand for meat Many researchers believe that As much As 50 per cent of a child s intelligence is set by the time he is four years old. To satisfy the eve increasing demand for meat in 1971 More than two million Farmers and ranchers sold nearly 150 million head of livestock to the nations meat All too soon a a the years of childhood become yesteryear. But you con preserve memories and provide your children with a wonderful Keepsake in a Quality portrait to be passed on for generations to come. Make an appointment now take advantage of our Holiday portrait special children teen a err save up to 40% examples Wall size Llull \ haute color org 1620 i Ante Violor org 20\21 i Ante Lulu Keg 2130 \ Dante color Reg in he $ 77-special $ $ i 17-special j $202-Spccial $125 f277-special $160 Parent and grandparents bragging Bouk 6 to b poet in Beautiful vis Ante color. Regular $37-Speeial $15. Ii Ith portrait order i Semi annual Sale i of women s and men s name Brand i Quality shoes with big savings. I a regular Price to $22. Sale Price $12&Quot,.$17&Quot miss America. I regular Price to $17. Sale Price a Quot i Paradis by i a i regular Price to $23. Sale Price s12�?� .$15&Quot i All Roblee and Edwin. I shoes for men and Young men reduced take advantage of these big savings on Quality name Brand shoes Takarai Tel. 083-6526 College \ Village shopping Center shop Friday night until 9 00 Quality Hoe amp Tor l Cpl h t shoe fitters All Lank cards honoured 137 s. Main St downtown the attendants wore Multi coloured full length peasant skirts with Orchid shirt waisted blouses with full length sleeves. They carried colonial nosegay of purple and White orchids. Best Man was Mark e. Gebicke Silver Spring my. Ushers were Bruce Shearer Arlington a. Charles f. Hartman Donnie Hickey Arlington a. Tom and George lighter from Pennsylvania. The Bride is a 1972 graduate of High Point College with an Abt degree in physical education. She teaches in Arlington a. The bridegroom is a 1971 graduate of High Point College with a . Degree in business administration. He is a claims adjuster with traveler a insurance co., Virginia. The couple will reside at 1461 s. 28th st., Apt. 3, Arlington. Secretaries to meet monday the furniture City chapter of the National secretaries Assn. International will meet for a dinner and program on monday. The meeting will be held at 6 30 . In the private dining room of the k amp w cafeteria at Westchester mall. 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