High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Mar 24 1974, Page 21

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 24, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Downtown and Westchester mall made with Kodel delectable easy care Young fashions for a storybook easter. We�?~11 show you shirt dresses a flutter with ruffles pique skimmers Pinafore looks party pretties with shirred flounce skirts or eyelet embroidered bodices. Soft pastels fresh White. Everything a super care free thanks to blends of Kodel polyester and Cotton a Kodel is the trademark for Eastman polyester film a a sizes 7 to 14 3 to 6x Pinafore look also in toddler sizes 2 to 4, $12hit the Bunny Trail in Patent leather shoes. Red Riding Hood finishing touch for any special occasion. Sleek Black patents with hint of a Heel and slim grown up looking straps. 12.00b. Alphabets smart Choice for dress up occasions. See the hint of a Heel the round Young toe accented with peek a boo Teardrop Cut outs. Long Wear composition soles. 8,00 Padgett Berry pair plans october vows mrs. O Connor gives program Greensboro a or. And mrs. Joseph m. Padgett of 2914 Cromwell re. Announce a the engagement of their daughter Wanda Gail and James Edward Berry son of or. And mrs. Roy m. Berry of 1301 Allenbrook dr., Charlotte. The wedding will be held oct. 19 at Florida Street Baptist Church at 7 30 . Miss Padgett attends unc a where she is majoring in fashion merchandising. She is a member of the american Home economics Assn. There. She plans to continue her education at Kings College in Charlotte where she will receive her fashion merchandising degree. Or. Berry is a graduate student at . State University in Raleigh. He expects to receive a masters degree in mechanical engineering in May. He received his . Degree in mechanical engineering from . State University in 1973. He will be employed by technical associates in Charlotte. Mrs. Max of Connor of of Connor Blossom shop gave a program on terrariums at the meeting of country Garden club on wednesday at the Home of mrs. Walter Groce 405 Oakview re. Mrs. Of Connor designed a terrarium at the meeting demonstrating each step and explaining the variety of ways they May be made. She said that any Clear Container in any shape or size May be used. She said that those with lids Are less trouble As they provide moisture to keep plants Well. These Are sometimes called a brain forests she said. The easiest ones to make Are those with Large tops because the plants May be arranged with greater ease mrs. Of Connor told her listeners. She explained that any Small plants Are suitable for a terrarium and stones Moss ferns and Lichen May be added. She stated there Are three phases to making a terrarium enjoyable. The first phase she said is gathering plants. Plan a Field trip and take children along to share the fun of gathering materials she suggested. The second phase is preparing the soil using charcoal Sand Moss and placing plants rocks and Small figures if you so desire she stated. Phase three the Best of All is the enjoyment of the terrarium for months. She said the project has great therapeutic value to one who makes it and to the one who receives it As a gift. Mrs. Eyra Reid introduced mrs. Delbert Clodfelter who gave a devotional entitled a a Sunshine by Helen Steiner Rice. Mrs. Reid presided Over the business session and welcomed 12 members and the guest speaker. Refreshments were served by the hostess and her associate hostess mrs. Sherwood Curlee. Book league meets tuesday mrs. J. Edward Gill will be hostess to members of Book league at her Home 712 Hillcrest dr., on tuesday. The meeting is planned for to of clock in the morning. High Point Enterprise sunday March 24,1974 5b Patricia Gray feted at bridal luncheon Patricia Gray Bride elect of Thomas Woodbury was complimented on thursday with a luncheon Given by mrs. . Snotherly. Guests were invited to the presidents room at top of the Mart. Luncheon tables were covered with yellow Linen cloths and accented with arrangements of Spring Flowers. Miss Gray received a Cor Sage of yellow daisies when she arrived. Later the hostess presented a Pewter tray to her. Guests included the Honoreen smother mrs. J. Alson Gray and her aunt mrs. Otto Schenk of Greensboro. Miss Gray and or. Woodbury will repeat their vows in a May 18 ceremony at first United methodist Church

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