High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Mar 24 1972, Page 8

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 24, 1972, High Point, North Carolina On Golden Jubilee nursing sister to renew her vows Florence Staton Cruson couple by Adelaide Wendler Enterprise women s editor an immaculate ing habit White Nurs is worn by sister Mary Patrice when she appears for work each morning at Maryfield nursing Home where she is Superior and administrator. Around her neck she wears a Silver Cross on a Chain. Tomorrow she will Exchange the White uniform for the Plain Blue habit of her order a the congregation of the poor servants of the Mother of god a As she kneels before two Bishops to renew her vows. Sister Mary Patrice will be celebrating the Golden Jubilee Orf her religious profession. It will be a truly joyous occasion for the a no nonsense matter of fact nun who has dedicated her life to god and to caring for the sick. One of a family of 12 Brothers and Sisters the nun was born at Cahir Viveen county Kerry Ireland. A i knew when i was but a child of 12 that i wanted to be a sister a recalls the warmhearted nun. A it has been a very Happy life knowing that in be been doing something for the Golden Jubilee mass will be co celebrated by Bishop Vincent s. Waters of Raleigh diocese and Bishop Michael j. Begley of Charlotte diocese in the tiny Chapel of the nursing Home. Diocesan clergy Sisters from the congregations houses in Norton va., and Philadelphia a. Sisters of St. Joseph. Sisters of mercy franciscan handmaids of Mary dominican Sisters and a few friends some of whom helped the Sisters when they first came to High Point will be present for the mass. Also attending will be a Nephew and his wife and children and two nieces All of whom reside in the Chicago area. Her Only living brother is ill and will be unable to attend. As she kneels to renew her vows before receiving holy communion she will receive the papal Blessing read to her by Bishop Waters. Sisters of the congregation will sing hymns. Entering the congregation of the poor servants of the Mother of god in England in 1919, sister Mary Patrice made her first vows in 1922. After completing nursing training she held Many nursing and administrative posts in the congregations hospitals in England. During the War she was bombed out of her Liverpool Hospital but soon found a new location and opened another Hospital. We Hen the War was Over she was sent to America to begin a new foundation. Her reply when questioned about her thoughts on leaving family and country was a where we Are sent we go. We take a vow of obedience to god. Its like the army one goes without at the invitation of Bishop Waters five Sisters came to North Carolina. They received help from the late father Robert Macmillan and a gift of Money from Bishop Waters. Parishioners helped too to transform the old Penny mansion which they purchased into a Small nursing Home. They could not afford to hire help so the Sisters did everything. A no one worked harder than sister Mary Patrice a recalls a Friend. A she rolled up her sleeves and scrubbed painted cooked and nursed always with the Joyful attitude that it was All for the glory of before Long there were not enough Beds for those who wanted to come and in 1965 the present 60bed nursing Home was built and opened. It was financed by contributions from local sources and a Hill Burton Grant. The Home is still too Small for those who want to come. Another 55-bed Wing w ill shortly be added at a Cost of $1,000,000 benefactors and friends have donated half the Money and another Hill Burton Grant has been Given. Following the mass to Allen exchanges wedding vows dinner dance planned by chapter members plans for a Spring dinner dance for the membership of the women of the Moose chapter 961 were made at the meeting held at the Moose Home on n. Main Street. Mrs. Wilma Payne senior Regent president at the business session at which time a planning committee for the May dance was announced As follows mrs. William Fox assisted by mrs. Calvin Tittsler mrs. Juanita Bodenhamer mrs. Clyde Turpin mrs Anne Elliott and mrs. Audrey Littleton. Mrs. Fox told her coworkers to expect to be called upon for Small jobs to make the event As successful As All past events. stated that the committee will report definite dates at the next meeting to be held on april 3 at the Lodge. Also discussed was the possibility of having an open chapter night program in lie near future to enable co workers to invite interested friends to the Lodge. Members agreed this would be a great asset in the membership drive program. The Date for the open meeting will be announced after t h e executive Board meets next month. The new fabulous Quot skin front Quot trips Arr Herr. And skin is on. Wear it with a bang pulled Back or part it for the natural look. Has new Light weight mesh Cap. Sat. Special $ j Day Only Reg. >29&Quot open daily 9 30 5 30 thur a Fri nights til 9 24 95 wig Pagosa speaker Florence Allen retired clerk of court was guest speaker at the tuesday evening meeting of High Point Legal secretaries held in the Hedgecock room of the Sheraton hotel. Mrs Allen discussed her experiences during the 15 years she served As assistant clerk in the clerks office and during the 12 years she was clerk. The guest speaker was introduced by Margaret Haney program chairman. The business session was conducted by Phyllis Robbins president. She welcomed As guests Vickey Creasey and Julia Horn. Plans were discussed for the state convention to be held in High Point May 5-7. High Point Enterprise the world o new Castle Del. Or. And mrs. Clifford k. Baylis announce the marriage of their daughter Sandra b. Cruson to Roy l. Staton jr., son of mrs. Hazel Staton of High Point n. C. And the late or. Staton. The couple spoke their vows on March 22 before magistrate Janie f. Carroll with family and friends in attendance. For her wedding the Bride chose a yellow Empire styled Street length dress with Matching accessories. She completed her outfit with a shoulder Corsage of White carnations. Mrs. Staton received her education at Allen Jay High school and prior to her marriage was employed at Amos hosiery Mill. The bridegroom graduated from High Point Central High school and North state business College. After completing four years in the Navy he graduated from electronic computer Institute and is employed by inner pack of North Carolina As assistant general manager. Following a trip to the South Carolina coastline the couple will reside in High Point. The Bride elect was honoured at a miscellaneous Shower Given by the bridegroom s Sisters mrs. William Ozment miss shirely Staton mrs. Harold Capps ail of High Point and mrs. Ronald Holbrook of Burlington n. C. Guests attending the event included mrs. Clifford k. Baylis Mother of the Bride elect mrs. Hazel Staton Mother of the bridegroom elect and mrs. Minnie Cecil grandmother of the bridegroom elect. Hazel Williams decorator 4011 s main St. Tiu phone 4ji j10i personal Sylv Kcf Large wac ton of Hants and Cut Al owls artistic workmanship Daut Delv Fulfs to Hospital Ano fun Frai Honts credit Caros Honorio. 3,5 in in Avion Toris Adelaide of Endler. Editor administrator sister Mary Patrice wears the habit of her order As she stands before a wooden carved Wall hanging at Maryfield nursing Home. Two other Sisters who came with her from England sister Mary Assumption of Maryfield and sister Anne Christina of Norton. A. Will be present for the Golden Jubilee event. 8a Friday March 24, 1972 future homemakers Honor their parents of Jamestown the Ragsdale a members High school Morrow a luncheon to Honor sister Mary Patrice will be Given at the top of the Mart telegrams from the apostolic Delegate. Most Rev. Luigi Raimondi Mother m aze Vedo Mother general of the congregation. Mother Geraldine and others will be read toasts to the sister will he Given by the two Bishops by i it to j. Deer past chairman of the nursing Home advisory Council de Mendenhall present chairman sister Mary Assumption. Representing Sisters of the Community and others. An Ope House sunday at the Convent on the Greensboro Road will be Given for the Many friends who wish to congratulate sister Mary Patrice. As she works in her office overlooking a Garden featuring a St. Francis statue the modest sister reflects on her work at Maryfield. A this is such a Happy life. The sick Are solely dependent upon us. We Are so fortunate to be doing gods not Only the patients reflect the kind and Loving attention Given them by sister and her associates. Surrounding the nursing Home and Convent Are 500 hybrid Tea Rose Bushes. Are 60 varieties All chosen carefully and cultivated under the direct supervision of sister Mary Patrice. She loves to share the blooms with patients and friends Serene and Happy in her love of god and a fall of his children the sister has an ageless appearance and an Aura of completeness As she goes about her work of caring for the sick and the aged. Busy fellow tar in. Italy was i wife mistress and their 17 children lived happily with latin Lover Leonardo in Cardona until the hard working father made the mistake of claiming family allowance for All those kids. When investigators discovered that eleven of lie children were the wife s and six were the mistresses they had Leonardo arrested for a a behaviour contrary to family both women have pleaded for his release in court a a we re one big Happy family a said mrs. Incardona. A that deserves Praise not film show planned at Library an introduction to country Woods and North Carolina wildlife will make up the saturday morning children a film show at the High Point Public Library. Scheduled Are a Hamm comes to the Riverbank a from the tales of the Riverbank series and a wildlife babies a on the natural Fauna of North Carolina. In the first film Story Hamm a Hamster moves to the Riverbank and meets the other residents it the neighbourhood especially Roderick a White rat who becomes his Friend real animals play the characters. A wildlife produced by the North Carolina wildlife resources commission shows the habits and habitats of Many state species of Birds and animals and their Young. A Short starting to read film on turkeys will open the hour Long show in the audio visual room at to 30 a in. Future homemakers of America honoured their parents at a covered dish banquet held in the Home economics room on tuesday. A color scheme of red and White Eha colors was used in decorating. The head table was entered with an arrangement of red carnations. The Buffet table was entered with an arrangement of Spring Flowers designed by sue Albert. Kathy Case opened the event with devotions. Melanie Betsill presided and Wanda Padgett vice president introduced the guest speaker mrs Sam Newby. Mrs. Newby an Art teacher at Jamestown Junior High school spoke on a How to make something from this banquet was Given in conjunction with National Fua week. Annual Sale wittier panty Hose and stockings March 25-april 8 79 knee i stockings Reg. I of 1.39 career sheer panty Hose Reg. 1.75 1.59 sheer or Sandal foot panty Hose regularly 2.00 Beauty Mist styling and Quality at terrific once a year Sale prices. You save 20%. Stock up on your favorite styles and colors it s the time to buy. Anglo blonde Brown Mist off Block and Navy. This Spring will be the Strawberry season. 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