High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 27 1976, Page 20

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 27, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 4b High Point Knurr Prker sunday june 27, 197ft news about people five Debs to attend state Ball anniversaries celebrated or. And or. Halter Edmore Hefter of .309 Woodrow ave were honoured by their five sons and two daughters on saturday. June 19 at Emerywood country club the reception was Given to Mark the 50th wedding anniversary of or and mrs Hester guests were greeted by or. And or. Jesse Washburn appropriate music was played during the event by David Haworth alternating at serving punch from the twin punch bowls were granddaughters of the Honor couple. Dawn Vickie. Camilla. Jennifer and Donna Hester and Kelly Wyatt. Presiding at the cake table was mrs George Wigglesworth of Germany. She was assisted by mrs Walter Hester or. Of Lake Forest ii mrs Robert b Hester of Bethesda. Md., mrs Jerry l. Hester of Alexandria. Va., mrs James Scott Hester of Grosse Pointe. Mich., mrs Joseph Hester of Thomasville and mrs Frank b Wyatt a Gold and White theme was used throughout the club the head table was entered with an arrangement of yellow snapdragons Tropicana roses. Mums and daisies in a Golden wine cooler brass candelabrum on either Side held Gold candles and were decorated with Gold velvet ribbon and greenery. Tables where guests were seated were covered with Gold cloths and entered with brass Candle holders decorated with velvet ribbon and greenery the cake table was similarly decorated or and mrs Vittitoe Are planning to make their permanent residence in High Point. Met. Vedad Jurney. 500 Koc Spring just returned from a trip to Atlanta. Where she was invited to speak at a dinner meeting in the Home of mrs. Natasha Davison the meeting was five High Point debutantes who made their Bow at the Lith annual Ball Beld on june 5 at Sedgefield Manor have accepted an invitation from the terpsichore an our of Raleigh to be presented at the 50th Annua North Carolina Debutante Ball. The debutantes and their parents Are As follows Allyson Lynn Bryant daughter of or and mrs Everette Clyde Bryantjr of Bio w Parkway Mary Elizabeth Froelich. Daughter of or and mrs Jacob Henry Froelich or. Of sob w Parkway. Jennie Whitford Jarrell daughter of or and or mrs Harold Thomas Jarrell of 1010 Wickliff ave Clara Sherrod Millis daughter of mrs Henry Albion Millis or. Of 1107 Rockford re and the late or Millis and Christine Lee Myatt. Daughter of or and mrs James Archibald Myatt or of 1210 Greenway or the Ball will be held on the weekend of sept 911 in i lie hireling i i i a \ a / i i attended by 40 people including faculty i p h pm i Al Fly w h h k members from three colleges in Atlanta j m a a a u i i o a Vuin mrs Davison is a Princess of russian John White to wed Royalty who married an american physician shortly before the revolution mrs jumpy spoke about the four religions of the Middle East. Judaism. Christianity. Islam and the Baha i Faith she showed slides and discussed the spiritual remedies which she believes will be required to provide lasting solutions to the major problems confronting the Middle East and the rest of the world in the foyer was a display of couple s wedding attire the mrs. Hester is the former Rebecca Crowder of ii a Volt a she taught in the High Point City sen n i system for 40 years a native of Pickens county s. C., or Hester was a career Newspaperman serving with the High Point Enterprise for 43 years the couple was married in Asheville on june 20. 1926 they have seven children and 26 grandchildren out of town guests were from Dekalb. Ii Birmingham. Ala., Palos Verdes �?Talif., and Greenville. S. Or. And mrs. W. Suggs of 3632 Fairlane re. Left wednesday to attend the conference of champions being held by Reserve life insurance in the grand Bahamas or Suggs will be initiated into the presidents Honor club the highest award Given by Reserve life ins. Co or Suggs is District manager with Reserve life with offices in High Point Salisbury Winston Salem and surrounding areas the Home office is Dallas. Tex. Havelock or and mrs Stanley j Wolak of 233 Kenneth blvd announce the engagement of their daughter. Jean Marie of Durham and John David White of High Point or White is the win of or and mrs George e White of 203 Westridge or of High foot the couple plans an aug 7 wedding at first presbyterian Church in High Point miss Wolak received a b s degree in medical technology from East Carolina University and attended the Duke school of medical technology. She is employed by the veterans Hospital in Liu Rham in the chemistry Laboratory or White received a b s degree in biology from Guilford College. He is employed As a lab technician at the veterans Hospital in Durham he will attend the University of North Carolina in the Fali and work towards a master s degree in health administration Williamson and Summey couple says vows Mem honoured at Ope House or and mrs. Kenneth Kearns of Monroeville pa., and or. And mrs Terry Kearns of Atlanta entertained with an Ope House in Honor of the 40th wedding anniversary of their parents. Or. And mrs. Fletcher d. Kearns 1323 Robin Hood re the event was held on sunday afternoon at the Home of the honoured couple friends and relatives called Between the hours of 2-5 p m and were greeted by the family and invited into the dining room following a red. Pink and White color scheme Flowers in the foyer and on the Coffee table were arrangements of White daisies and Queen Anne s lace Pink snapdragons red carnations and greenery the same color theme was used in the dining room with an arrangement of Flowers in a footed Silver and Crystal bowl. The table was covered witha sheer White embroidered cloth flanked by White tapers in Silver candelabrum pouring punch were mrs. Robert Hendrix. Mrs Banks White and mrs Robert Fuller or others assisting throughout the entertaining rooms were mrs Howard Wright mrs Richard Quigley. Mrs Clayton Kearns. Mrs t r Denning and mrs. Bernard Lasine. Peters couple honoured Rev. And mrs. S. H. Peters of route 5 were honoured by their children and grandchildren sunday afternoon on their 50th wedding anniversary. The event was held at the Home of Rev and mrs s h Peters. Dawn Peters granddaughter of the couple greeted the guests Mayme Smith and Dixie Lynn Peters registered the guests and presided at the gift table. Guests were then invited into the dining room for refreshments. Cake was served by Eunice Peters mrs b Thomas presided at the punch bowl the table was entered with an arrangement of summer Flowers provided by f e Peters and family the cake was made by mrs s. H Peters or daughter in Law of the couple mrs Peters is the former Dixie w Hicker of Booneville. By or and mrs Peters were married june 24, 1926 at Booneville they have three sons. Elwood. Fred and s h Orla grandchildren and one great grandchild approximately too guests called Between the hours of 2-5 p m out of town guests included friends from Roanoke va., Martinsville Lexington. Greensboro. Thomasville. Denton. And Albemarle. Mrs. Michael Hampton and her Cousin. Diane Saunders have returned to High Point after having spent a week in Cottonport. La while there they were House guests of is Saunders twin sister and mrs Hampton s Cousin mrs Clinton Rabalais formerly of High Point they toured Baton Rouge and new Orleans before returning Home or and mrs Grey Vittitoe of Louisville. Ky., Are visiting with or. And mrs. James e. Vittitoe of 710 Maryland i Thomasville Sandra Darlene Williamson and Donald Ray Summey were married Friday at 8 p in at the Home of the Bride s Ems. Or and mrs James Williamson of 903 e Sunrise ave officiating minister was w d Williamson of High Point. Or Summey is the son of or and mrs l o. Summer of Hoo Trinity St the Bride is a rising senior at Thomasville High school where she has been a member of to his Cha. And Fra or. Summey is a graduate of Thomasville High school where he was a member of deca. Inter club and varsity club he is employed by Thomasville furniture industries the Duple will reside in Thomasville following a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach symphony receives Honor Raleigh a not even 24 hours after the close of its 1975-76 season the North Carolina symphony received confirmation of a major orchestra status Quot from the american symphony orchestra league meeting in Boston on june 7. The league awarded this designation to the symphony in recognition of its artistic development and budgetary Levels of $1 million plus for the past two years Rositand from Bage 39 feted at Golden event or. And or. Lawrence g. Barbee of Harvey Road. Jamestown celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on june 20 at an Ope House. Mrs Barbee is the former Annie Shelly of Sumner township she and or Barbee were married on june 20. 1926, in High Point the couple has two children Lawrence to Barbee or. Who resides in Greensboro. And mrs Jinnie n. Mashburn of it. I Jamestown they hosted the event. Upon arrival guests were welcomed and directed to the Register by or and mrs Barbee. The living room was decorated with yellow roses mrs. Jimmie Mashburn invited guests into the dining area for refreshments at a table covered with a Gold and White cloth an arrangement of Gold roses in a see More news on i of North Wilkesboro he is a graduate of Carolina military Academy and East Carolina University where ii1 received a b a degree in psychology and education he is an area sales representative Tor k j Reynolds tobacco co. Of Winston Salem the couple will reside at 5942 Witherspoon Way Raleigh the bridegroom s parents hosted a dinner Friday even my honouring the couple and family members the event was held at the top of the Mart special guests were Rev and mrs Ernest Page of Newton. Immediately following the ceremony the Bride s parents entertained at a reception guests included members of both families and friends of the Bride and bridegroom mrs Cecil Lawing and mrs Trela Hendrix greeted the guests mrs Guy royals and mrs Nolan Lowe presided at the bridal table. Assisted by mrs Leslie Lowe goodbyes were said to or and mrs Jeff Welborn guests attended from North Wilkesboro Charlotte. Randleman Greensboro Thomasville. Raleigh Apex. Scarsdale. N Yand san Francisco. Calif mrs Summey Lisa Burgess feted Lisa Burgess Bride elect of Michael Windham was honoured thursday evening with a miscellaneous Shower at the Home of mrs. Carl Shapard on Joan drive in Trinity Kelly Rush granddaughter of mrs. Shepard and Sharon Johnson were co hostess for the event. Upon her arrival miss Burgess was presented a Corsage of White carnations later the hostesses added a set of cookware to her Shower of gifts refreshments were served from a table covered with a White Linen cloth. Mixed summer Flowers were used throughout the entertaining area special guests were mrs Robert Burgessjr Mother of the Bride elect Sherri Burgess sister of the Bride elect and Brown sister of the prospective bridegroom miss Rush and miss Johnson will be bridesmaids in the july 31 wedding of miss Burgess and or Windham read the Enterprise classifieds Raleigh the formal presentation to North Carolina society of Young women from across the state will highlight the weekend festivities the Ball has become the primary social event in the state the terpsichore an club has encouraged the selection of fathers As the debutantes chief marshals. The terpsichore an clubs membership is limited to residents of Wake county Between the Ages of 21 and 35, was formed in 1927 to sponsor an annual statewide Debutante Ball for the presentation of state debutantes. The Ball has been Given every year since 1923 except for the world War ii years the club derives its name from the greek mythological Muse terpsichore who was the goddess of dancing and choral song on sept 9 the weekend will begin with a reception honouring the debutantes and their parents the parents will be honoured again on saturday at a reception Given by the terpsichore an club and the mothers will be feted at a Coffee hour Given by the honorary chairman of the Ball the formal presentation Ball on Friday evening featuring the traditional Cartwheel figure will Lead off a round of dances and parties honouring the 1976 debutantes officers of the club Are chairman of t4ie Ball. E Samuel Simpson Iii chairman of the girls committee. Mrs. John d Mcconnell or club officers in addition to or Crumpler Are g Smedes York. Vice president Howard e Manning or Secretary treasurer and j i Anne Houston assistant Secretary treasurer Sample shoe store s clearance Sale women a shoes women a shoes values to 520 values to $20 9m 1.16" on Rick 500 children s sandals menus shoes values to $12 values to $25 6�?� to 8�?� 14�?� to 19�?� tremendous savings on current shoes for the entire family Sample shoe store 119 n. Main special summer savings 20% off on every we Fri mid min Diamond ring and wedding Rand for a limited l Ime Only convenient terms a no interest a no carry charge % i Yaj Starmist Star collection Pirouette classic collection Fleurette heritage collection for every girl who has a dream Orange Blossom has a perfect ring to symbolize the dream. Choose from one of the eight collections represented above. Each Orange Blossom ring comes in 18k Gold and has the size and Quality of the Diamond stamped on the inner band. Prices from $125. Free gift wrapping free delivery far amp Inyim amp of jewellers 110 n. 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