High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 15 1974, Page 24

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 15, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Mrs. Garten installed by Dar Robyn Prather says vows new officers were installed by members of the Alexander Martin chapter daughters of the american revolution when the group met tuesday at Magnolia farm in Jamestown Home of mrs. William g. Ragsdale. Taking office were mrs. Scott Garten Regent mrs. P. C. Smith vice Regent mrs. Walter Hester recording Secretary mrs. Sanuel Gill corresponding Secretary mrs. N. C. Johnson treasurer mrs. J. C. Moore registrar mrs. Vann Stringfield chaplain mrs. John Meyers librarian and mrs. P. C. Idol organizing Secretary. Recognition was Given to mrs. James Fox outgoing Regent for her outstanding leadership. Special guests of the incoming Regent included or. And mrs. E. W. Wilder of Raleigh mrs. Garten a parents and mrs. Murray c. Greason or. Of Winston Salem sister of mrs. Garten. Hostesses for the meeting were mrs. H. I. Coffield mrs. J. D. Rogers mrs. W. T. Powell mrs. Katherine Raymond mrs. L. K. Mobley mrs. Fox mrs. Walter Hutchens mrs. G. H. Kearns mrs. Joe Brinson mrs. J. A. Hart and mrs. Arthur Johnson. Prior to the business session luncheon was served on the veranda and Lawn. Tables were covered with Pink cloths accented with Matching napkins. At the centers were arrangements of Pink and red roses. Latest arrivals with William t. Yoest new officers of chapter installed As new officers of Alexander Martin chapter Dar were from left mrs. . Moore registrar mrs. N. C. Johnson treasurer mrs. P. C. Smith vice Regent mrs. Scott Garten Regent and mrs. Walter Hester recording Secretary. Photo by Sonny Hedgecock Huntington w. A. Or. And mrs. Hardy Prather announce the May 4 wedding of their daughter Robyn and William t. Yoest of Raleigh. Or. Yoest is the son of is. Ruth Yoest of Etna pa., and the late William Yoest. The couple was married at Hayes Barton Baptist Church Raleigh with the Rev. G. Troy Page officiating. For her marriage the Bride wore a gown of silk organza fashioned with v neckline tiered Cape sleeves accented with lace trim and a line skirt ending in a Chapel train. Her fingertip veil of illusion was attached to a Cap of peal embroidered lace. She carried a bouquet of White Flowers. The Bride was attended by three College classmates and or. Yoest had three of his football teammates As his groomsmen. The Bride attended High Point Central High school when her parents resided in High Point . She was graduated from . State University. She is employed with the . Dept of Revenue. The bridegroom was graduated from . State University where he was a member of the football team and selected on every All american poll. Mrs. William t. Yoest following the wedding a reception was held in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. I the couple will honeymoon in Palm Beach. Fla., and will cruise the Caribbean. Following their wedding trip Thev will reside in Virginia Beach. Va., where or. Yoest will play football for the Virginia ambassadors of the world football league. A cow installs officers at meeting Van Taylor Iii or. And mrs. Roy Taylor ii of 3609 Lakeshore or. Announce the arrival of their son Van Roy Iii on May 9. The child was born at High Point memorial Hospital. Tara Garrett or. And mrs. Tommy Garrett of it. 2, High Point announce the May 9 arrival of their daughter Tara Juneen. The child was born at the local Hospital. Amy Meadows or. And mrs. Raymond Meadows or. Of 3712 Westfield St. Announce the birth of a daughter Amy Elizabeth who was born on May 9 at High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Meadows is the former Jan Garrett of High Point. Bradley Hill or. And mrs. Curtis e. Hill of it. 5, Stuart fla., announce the arrival of their son Bradley Allen on april 26. Mrs. Hill is the former Becky Marshall of High Point. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. C. E. Hill of Moffitt drive and or. And mrs. M. M. Marshall of Archdale Road. Christy Westmoreland or. And mrs. Hugh Westmoreland of 1021-d, Salisbury St., Kernersville announce the birth of a daughter Christy Marie on May 12 at the High Point memorial Hospital. Reece Gray a son Reece Millikan was bom on May 12 at the local Hospital to or. And mrs. Philip Gray of it. I Randleman. Mrs. Gray is the former Janie Davis of Randleman. Tonya Medley the May 12 birth of a daughter Tonya Renee at the local Hospital is announced by or. And mrs. Larry Medley of 1120 Biltmore ave. Mrs. Medley is the former Sarah Mccleod. Donald Hughes or. Or. And mrs. Donald Hughes of 2921 Kivett or. Announce the May to arrival of a son Donald Eugene jr., at the High Point Hospital. Leslie White or. And mrs. Robert r. White of Eden announce the birth of a daughter Leslie Camille May 13 at Danville memorial Hospital Danville a. Mrs. White is the former Wanda Minter. Officers were installed at the final meeting of the High Point Section National Council of jewish w Omen yesterday. The luncheon meeting took place at by Nai Israel synagogue. Also highlighting the meeting was a demonstration of current hair styles. Mrs. Robert Friedman installed the following officers mrs. Norman Samet president mrs. Leonard Warner vice president of administration mrs. Arthur heist vice president of education mrs. Sandy Herman vice president of Community services mrs. Norman Silver vice president of ways and Means mrs. George Levine recording Secretary mrs. Phyllis Doobrow corresponding Secretary mrs. Ben Bornstein treasurer and mrs. Ted Kurtz financial Secretary. Rabbi Robert Sandman gave the invocation and mrs. Howard Dumont brought greetings from the sisterhood. Mrs. Harry Jacobs outgoing president recalled the projects and programs the Council has sponsored during a successful year. Mrs. Jacobs thanked All officers who worked with her and cited highlights of her presidency. She reminded members that since 1893 a cow has represented women who care and act in areas of Community problems brotherhood legislation. Jewish life support of Israel and Aid to the disadvantaged. For the Buffet luncheon tables were covered with Green cloths and accented with White hats trimmed with Green lace and red roses. Jii Jil i Vii i Iii i i Iii Lulu the world of 11 kill Point Enterprise ii ii ii ii u we lit Adelaide of wednesday May 15, 1974. Section b mrs. Koonce entertains gives program at Home at final meet mrs. E. E. Koonce gave a program arranged at the last moment for members of the nature study Garden club. Because of inclement weather plans for the meeting were changed and mrs. Koonce served a luncheon and staged a one woman Flower show at her Home 220 e. Parkway. Mrs. Koonce led the group on a tour of her Well established Garden and exhibited several Flower arrangements which included three red roses in a tall Crystal Container climbing peace roses in a compote yellow and Blue dutch irises with purple Columbine in a yellow Ceramic Container and several others. Mrs. Koonce called attention to a new technique in growing tomatoes using a Metal Spike and discarded Hose. She shared the sure remedy for Black spot on roses and said that it might be purchased from a local Garden House. Among rare specimens seen in the Garden of mrs. Koonce were Beds of spartan roses a Golden rain tree Anu several other plants. Mrs. David Hayworth gave the hostess bib lettuce and other produce from her mrs. Norman Samet left and mrs. Leonard Warner far right new officers of the High Point Section of National Council of jewish women Are in this setting with the outgoing president mrs. Harry Jacobs second from right and mrs. Robert Friedman who installed the officers. Photo by Sonny Hedgecock miss Burnette examiner for teacher certification Joyce Titus to wed Vernon l. Graham or. And mrs. Bennie Titus 330 Stephen St., Southern of 1912 Fern St. Announce the engagement of their daughter Joyce Laverne and Vernon l. Graham son of mrs. Georgia Graham of Pines. The wedding is planned for june 15 at 104 Hearse St., kingdom Hall of Jehovah a witnesses in Jamestown. Vegetable Garden. Members shared horticultural experiences and adjourned for the summer. The business meeting was conducted by mrs. B. E. Vaughn in the absence of mrs. J. D. Martin. Mrs. Vaughn was thanked for planning the april luncheon meeting at old Salem and planning a tour of the gardens at Reynolda House following the tour of the estate. Mrs. Harold Cheek gave a detailed report of the gifts and support of institutions and organizations helped by nature study club the past year. Mrs. David Jones thanked the membership for the Orchid she was Given for her work As Council chairman of the Home and Garden tour in May. A Large number of awards won by members for Flower arrangements and horticulture specimens during the tour were acknowledged. Mrs. Leonard Warner luncheon chairman introduced Jay Charles Sandy Fraley and Cathy Hill hairdressers from hair Beauty Salon. They gave hairdressing demonstrations and answered questions at the close of their program. The percentage of disposable income americans spend on food has been dropping steadily for 15 years. However last year there was a slight increase from 15.7 per cent in 1972 to 15.9 per cent in 1973. Marie Burnette served As an examiner for the n. C. Music teachers Assn. Certification exams at dog s life Blackburn England was a traffic cops spotted Terri Maze s car on the towns main Street and were surprised to see that a leashed great Dane was bonding alongside it. A i like a Midnight drive and my dog likes a Midnight run a miss Maze told the police. She refused to take her pet Duke into the car a because he gets sick All Over the Back in court miss Maze was fined $150 and lost her Drivers licence for a year. A now we Are both walking a said the englishwoman. A Duke is very Happy about it All. During the Gas crisis it s a dog s life for Queens College on saturday. The teachers who participated in the exams either performed a recital for the Board of examiners or presented a representative group of their students for examination. There Are four different Levels of certification depending upon the teachers educational background teaching experience and contribution to the profession. The aim of the certification program is to improve the standards of piano teaching and to promote the continued professional growth of the teacher. Miss Burnette holds the certificate of professional advancement which is the highest certificate granted. Serving with miss Burnette As an examiner was or. Clemens Sandresky head of the music department at Salem College. Couple nixes red tape Copenhagen. Denmark was a Linda Adderley 24, married her Uncle Raymond who is Only two years older than she in England. The marriage was declared void in England because of their close relationship. No problem the Adderley sailed to Denmark on honeymoon and remarried in Copenhagen where marriages Between Niece and Uncle Are Legal. Fashion specialists sizes 18 to 60 amp 16 j to 32 2811 Battleground Greensboro shop daily 10-5 30, Fri. Til 9 dial a c. 919 288-8397 use the new Cia custom Marie v Gem Olite Gem scope when choosing the Quality Diamond you re sure to hey you soft Sweet thing pamper yourself wearing this see thru Sandal style. A Little Heel and a bit of platform sole take on Cross banded uppers of soft White Navy or Brown leather. $14 want. Diamonds make a cd of Iov see our bag bar for every Type of handbag. 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