High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 1 1974, Page 12

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 1, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 1ia High Point Enterprise wednesday May 1,1974 progressive More news about people supper is of Aho Home tour set thursday highlight a progressive supper highlighted the april social held by the Alpha Psi chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International sorority. Appetizers were served at the Home of Shirley Dreyer 408 w. Parkway. Miss Dreyer served from a Buffet entered with an arrangement of Jonquil the sorority Flower and greenery flanked by Green candles. A a fix it As you like it salad was served at the Home of mrs. William Mcguire 3512 Langdale or. The chapter went to the Thomasville Home of mrs. Ted Huffstetler 229 Kennedy rd., for the main course. A Buffet dinner was served from a table covered with a yellow Linen cloth entered with an arrangement of yellow and Orange Flowers flanked by Orange candles. The dessert course was served at the Home of mrs. Guy Vandiver 846 Dogwood Cir. Five local Homes and two gardens will open thursday at i . For the House and Garden tour sponsored by the museum Guild and High Point Council of Garden clubs. Also on the tour will be the High Point historical museum Complex including the Haley House. Theme for the tour is a Span of two Hundred mrs. John Hamilton of the museum Guild designed the map which forms the cover of the commemorative Booklet available to ticket holders at the Sears Garden Council Center High Point historical museum and Homes on the tour. The tour will include a Home of or. And mrs. Ronald e. Griffin and log Cabin guest House located on Vickery Chapel Road a museum Complex Haley House museum smithsonian travelling exhibit a handicrafts of the Southeast on the lower exhibit level horticulture show in the Wrenn room a Home of or. And mrs. J. Edward Hill 608 w. Parkway a Home of or. And mrs. J. Thayer Coggin 1032 Rockford re. A gardens and Home of or. And mrs. Charles Harper Walsh 1030 Rockford re. B. A. Hall is concerned for you vote . Hall for county commissioner May 7 democratic primary the return is High. Theris Klosno today average investor can get a lot of mileage out of s 1,000. On the Stock Market that amount can buy you a Good size share of speculation. As for returns maybe so. Maybe not. At first Union National Bank that same s 1, Kkt can buy you a guaranteed 7-1/4% return. Over four years of ulcer free time. While your Money s on Deposit you can collect your interest quarterly Semi annually or annually. Or just let it ride and get the whole amount at the end of four years. Which Means you la earn an effect Ive annual yield of7.449%. First Union National Banks new savings certificate guaranteed 7-1/4% return. A Jolo minimum. 4\fears on Deposit. If you want your Money Back before the four years Are up that s simple too. No written notice of hardship is required. You can withdraw All or any part of your balance prior to the maturity Date. And still earn the existing regular savings rate on the withdrawn amount for All but the last three months. Under Federal regu lat ions no i interest can be paid on withdrawn funds during the last three months they were on Deposit. Probably though you la be having More Money to invest. And first Union National can help you there too. With All kinds of savings plans for your investment goals. From 5% regular savings to 6-1/2%, s500, 30 morn ii Cert i f Cates. So Stop by your nearest first Union National Bank today. And get something Nice going with your Money. Safe investments with High returns. Not expensive thrills. A first Union National Bank its for people like you from Page 7a Wilsons observe anniversary or. And mrs. Grady Wilson observed their 50th wedding anniversary at a reception held april 21 in the Fellowship Hall at Carolina memorial Baptist Church in Thomasville. The event was Given by the couple s daughters mrs. Norman Shue of Raleigh and mrs. Luria Schulle of Monroe la. Approximately 70 guests called Between the hours of 2 and 5 p. In. They were invited into the entertaining area where refreshments were served from a table entered with an arrangement of snapdragons chrysanthemums and daisies in Spring colors. A three tiered anniversary cake and Gold punch bowl accented the table decor. Assisting in serving were miss Myra Caudle and mrs. Arthur Perry. Registering guests was Bill Skinner from Atlanta. Guests were from Atlanta. Ga., South Carolina Waynesville Wilkesboro of or. And mrs. Grady Wilson Raleigh High Point and Thomasville. Or. And mrs. Wilson were married april 26,1924, in Hazelwood. Mrs. Wilson is the former Annie Arrington. The couple has two daughters and i granddaughter. Wrinkle free peas keep Green peas Green and wrinkle free by cooking them with a couple of lettuce leaves. A formal Boxwood gardens at the Home of mrs. J. E. Millis 905 Forest Hill or. And a or. And mrs. James a. Johnson s Homes and stables at 211 Shadow Valley re. Tour hours Are from i until 5 . And from 6 until 8 . No children will be permitted in the Homes on the tour. Tickets will be available at the museum the Day of the tour. They Are available now at the Sears Garden Council Center and from museum Guild and Garden club members. A ticket Holder May visit As Many Sites on the tour As he or she wishes. Prior to the tour Flower arrangements provided by Garden club members will be judged in two of the Homes. Republican county commissioner vote for three a Donald b. Hubbard e3 and two others o was a Quot All that is required for cd vote the Triumph of evil is that vote Good persons remain silent and do Ltd Howard d. Cole for District solicitor District attorney tuesday May 7th a seventh year of experience a three times the prosecution experience of both his opponents combined a experienced in High Point District and Superior courts Democrat a open daily 1010 wed., thurs., fri., sat. Only is melt. Men s Cool tank tops our Reg. 1.33 to 2.33 0 78 to to. Play it Cool and comfortable this summer in freehand easy tank tops. Find colourful stripes solid colors and fancies in easy care polyester Cottons. All with scooped neck and Back to catch or Bare a suntan. Men s sizes. Charge it at k Mart and save. New baggy tanks for men Reg. 3.33. Newest look in Cotton Terry tank tops. In comfortable walk shorts our Reg. 3.87-6.97 men size great casuals to set the Pace for his outdoor activities. Bright plaids poster prints and popular solids in a variety of styles including frayed leg and Belt Loop models. Easy we army in Carefree polyester Cotton. Polyester and Cool Cottons. Boys sizes boys knits swim trunks Reg. Reg. Of 07 328 m in 59 m i.68 Fluffy Cotton Nylon stretch Latex boxers Terry shirts in sum in top colors with Mery solids stripes. Contrasting trims. J. J7r insured by Odic at Eastchester

Search all High Point, North Carolina newspaper archives

Explore other publications from High Point, North Carolina

All newspaper archives for May 1, 1974

Browse