High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 12 1972, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 12, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Mrs. Larry Hicks feted at Shower High Point Enterprise Friday May 12, 1972 9a Ges mothers Are honoured mrs. Larry Hicks recent Bride was honoured at a floating bridal Shower at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Ernest Leach at 407 Oakview re. Miss Donnie Leach sister of the honoree and mrs. Roscoe Wright were hostesses for the event. Upon her arrival mrs. Hicks was presented with a Corsage made from Small Kitchen gadgets. Guests who called Between the hours of 7-9 ., were served refreshments from a table covered with a White cloth and entered with an arrangement of Spring Flowers flanked by yellow tapers in Crystal holders. Among the approximately 25 guests was the Mother of the Bride and the bridegroom s Mother mrs. Raymond Hicks. Also attending were the bridegrooms grandmothers mrs. Goldie Duncan and mrs. Cam Mie Hicks. Mrs. Hicks the former Rebecca Leach and Larry Douglas Hicks were married on april 22. They reside at 3910 n. Main St. Mothers of High Point chapter 106, order of the Eastern Star were honoured at a meeting tuesday evening in the masonic Temple. Pro tem officer was mrs. Martha p. Bennison organist. Mrs. Polly Hurley worthy Matron and Edward g. Updegrove worthy Patron presided Over the meeting. Mrs. Toni Mccarter reported on the fashion show which will be held in the Early fall. Invitation was received from Weatherly chapter 271 to a Honor Madge Kivett night a june 6. Mrs. Kivett is being honoured for her 19 years As Secretary of the chapter. Mrs. Cleo b. Pierce past Matron read a poem honouring mothers of the chapter. Installation of officers in Rainbow for girls will be held in the masonic Temple on May 28 at 3 Past matrons and past patrons who Are planning to attend the grand chapter session in Charlotte june 14 were asked to Contact mrs. Lorene Reed past Matron f o r reservations. Refreshments were served in the dining room of the Temple by mrs. Margaret Stephenson and mrs. Ethel Wilson. Bridal Shower Given for Sandra Mitchell receives painting Bishop Bill g. Harvell of the mormon Church presents mrs. Claude Smith with a stitchery painting she won at a drawing held at Westchester mall. The painting stitched by Bishop Harvell was presented in connection with the Community Bazaar held last weekend. Staff it it to by mar not ten parents friends attend Jamestown May Day event Jamestown Over 200 persons were in attendance for the annual May Day program Given by the kindergarten students of Jamestown United methodist Church. Steven Blake presented the children As they entered the covered archway on the Lawn of the Church. They were escorted by Jimmy Lackey and Travis Moore. Todd King led the pledge of allegiance and Jay Clayton was Flag bearer. Winston Walker announced the program. Highlight of the event was the crowning of the Queen. Julie Sheek whose name was not revealed until the moment of crowning. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Art Sheek 700 Katridge or. In Cedarwood. Her escort was Richard Green son of or. And mrs. Robert Green 306 Mendenhall re. Other children from the five year old class participating were Charlotte Jean Akers Gus Anderson. Becky Donnelly Stephanie Dunn Lisa Edwards in Rie Essick. Jamie Hamilton. Pam Harden. Amy Jordan Bart Lesley Wendy Menzel Mark Meston Greg Parlier. Lisa Pendergrass. Stephanie Snyder Camarin Weber. Angie White and Beth Williams. Children in the four year old class participating were mrs. Cheek feted at bridal Tea miss Margot Elaine Martin and her Mother mrs. J. D. Martin entertained mrs. James Wesley Cheek the former Monty Mitchell with a Tea at their Home on Edge Dale drive on May 7, from 3-4 Upon arrival the recent Bride was presented a Daisy Corsage. The guests were served from a White Linen and lace covered table entered with an arrangement of Gladioli Iris Stepha Notis. Eucalyptus and Fern. The colors used in refreshments and Flowers were also used in her wedding. The new mrs. Cheek was presented a Silver serving tray by the hostesses. Donna Andrews Tim Drew Susan Erwin. Amy Farlowe Julie fish Susan Flinchum Steward Mckelvey Julie Mitchell Julia Padgett. Jane Price. Scott Sherwood Kyle Snyder. Stephanie Stokely Mark Tippett Matthew Tippett. The program consisting of rhymes rhythms and songs closed with the maypole dance and the singing of a this land is your land. The school is directed by mrs. Robert l. Green assisted by mrs. Lloyd a. Bell jr., mrs. Darrius l. Howard. Mrs. William e. King and mrs. Carl r. Smith miss Sandra Jean Mitchell Bride elect of Randall Douglas Johnson was honoured at a bridal Shower held in the Home of mrs. Oscar Ellington 706 Granville St. Joining to entertain with mrs. Ellington was miss Deb Liss Down under Sydney Australia was a Gladys Brock who weighs 224 pounds was surprised to see her big sister Mavis weighing a slim 123 pounds when she arrived by plane from England. A Mavis used to weigh 30 pounds More than i until she got european Chic a complained Gladys. Mavis promptly replied that Chic was not the word for her weight reduction. A immigration officials told me that i was too fat and could t enter Australia until i dropped half my avoirdupois a she said. A i was delighted to leave my worse half in knit Short sets. At $5,buy up a Summers Worth. Watch food habit if you re Over 65, chances re you re skimping some that on your diet. For it s i fat of life that older persons tend to neglect heir diets munching on Sweet oils and drinking Tea or Offee because such items Are easily accessible and easy to prepare. Such habits Confute to malnutrition As our body is not receiving enough important vitamins and minerals. Poor food habits an contribute to weakness Tigue and illness. Don t heat yourself of Energy and Ood health. See that you have balanced diet each Day. A Penney the values Are Here every Day. Charge it. Shop Penney in Westchester mall daily 10 00 to 9 30 t i a Hie Ellington who will be a bridesmaid in the wedding. Guests were greeted by the hostesses and invited into the recreation area adjoining the Pool. Decorations followed an array of Spring colors the same colors which will be used in the wedding. The table was covered with a yellow Linen cloth and entered with a bouquet of Spring Flowers flanked by lighted yellow tapers in Silver holders. Miss Mitchell was presented Flowers. Later the hostesses added lingerie to the Shower of gifts. Among the guests was mrs. Walter Mitchell Mother of the Bride elect. Miss Mitchell and or. Johnson will speak their vows on june 16 in an 8 Ceremony at Fairfield United methodist Church. Reg. 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