High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 18 1972, Page 12

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, High Point, North Carolina La High Point Ictor Primo thur toy Moy la 1972 fashions for fall feature shades of Pale on Pale vow Post auxiliary miss Alderson engaged install new officers at dinner event new York style shown in new York tuesday were the following fashions. At left is a grape and Grey knit by Giorgio i Santa Angelo for great times and at right is a Cardigan jacket and dress in peach by Chester Weinberg. Both Are for fall Wear. Ca wire photo hum n Hoe club wins ribbons at show it was announced that members of the hum no Hoe Garden cub have won nine Blue ribbons at the horticultural show on april 19 w Hen members of the club met on tuesday for their final meeting of the year. The event was in the form of a Luau luncheon in the Home of mrs. John Mchugh of Forest Hills in Thomasville. Associate hostess for the event was mrs. Harold Jensen. An arrangement of pineapple and fresh fruits entered the dining table and the luncheon featured hawaiian food. Mrs Mchugh president presided Over a Short business session during which she thanked mrs. Frank Garrett and mrs. Wray Crawford for the Flowers they recently placed in the Chapel at the Hospital. Mrs. Crawford gave a report of the meeting of the Garden clubs of North Carolina which was held april 26-28 in Wilmington. She and mrs. Mchugh attended from the club. At the conclusion of the meeting the new officers were installed. New York a the Pale dress with the Pale jacket a that a Chester Weinberg for fall. A i just feel paleness As opposed to murky dark sadness or Bright said Chester following the fall of Chester Weinberg ltd., Chester now the less expensive line and c w. For Samuel Robert a line of leathers. He uses All one color for his ensembles. A a it a monochromatic where one color changes Only with the textures a said Chester. Picture a Pale peach suede jacket Over a Long Pale peach dress. That a Chester. Peach on peach. White on White. Blue on Blue. A a that a what i wanted to do and i did it. In a never going to be Halfway anything i believe in again instead of trying to be All things to a i i said Chester. His collection went heavy on the Cardigan jacket with no buttons just a clean straight shape. A i have As few belts and buttons As possible its very uncomplicated. For me its the culmination of everything i started three years ago the a constructed look a said Chester. When Chester does no to use the Cardigan jacket he uses the deep a necked jacket with an elasticized Waist. These two jacket styles go Over All manner of simple a line skirts or pants. Its very simple. The trick is in the tone on tone look and is a very Good collection. Its Clear and Pale and luxurious. It has a distinct style All its own. Mollie Parnis stuck to her Ladylike feeling with Good colors. Giorgio Disant a Angelo brought out his knit line for great times with a great flourish of grape and Grey patterned dresses and jackets. They Are Busy looking and sort of fun. With layers and sweater and so on. A joint installation o f officers for vow Post 619 and its auxiliary was held at a the cellar on monday evening. Roy Hunter was installing officer of incoming commander w. T. Buie and other elected and appointed officers. Mrs. Doris b. Pierce installed incoming auxiliary president mrs. J. R. Hinson and her slate of officers. Cleve Cox. Department quartermaster presented several National and department of North Carolina awards to the Post and to individual members for their outstanding work during the past year. Aaron Schultz Post quartermaster was presented a life membership in Post 619 for his dedicated service. Eight members were presented with their 25-year continuous membership pins. Mrs. Jean Polson auxiliary president was presented with a life membership in the vow National Home in Eaton rapids mich., by the auxiliary. Bickett Ellington Post commander urged members to attend memorial Day services which will be held on May 28 at 5 15 . At the Floral Garden cemetery to Honor All veterans. During the business session mrs. Polson reminded the members of the department of North Carolina convention in Greensboro on june 8-11 and urged All to be present. Caroleen or. And mrs. Raymond Alderson former residents of High Point announce the engagement of their daughter Carolyn to p. J. Byers jr., son of or. And mrs. Perry j. Byers. The couple is planning a june 18 wedding at Caroleen Baptist Church. No formal invitations will be sent but friends and relatives of the couple Are expected to attend the 4 . Ceremony. Miss Alderson is a student at Chase High school where she is a cheerleader the sweetheart of the future Farmers of America member of the Beta club and was presented on the school Homecoming court. She is the granddaughter of or. And mrs. H. T. Williard of route 5 in High Point. Or. Byers will graduate from Chase High school this see miss Alderson on 3-b Carolyn Alderson Cindy Aldridge feted at bridal Shower Cindy Aldridge Bride elect of Randall Rains was honoured monday evening at a miscellaneous bridal Shower held in the Fellowship Hall of Archdale friends meeting House on Erindale Road. Hostesses were Cindy Trivette. Debbie Fruitt and Cindy Lowe. Upon her arrival t h e honoree was presented a Corsage of Orchid mums. Later the hostesses added a n electric broiler oven to the Shower of gifts. The entertaining area featured a refreshment table covered with an Orchid cloth overlaid with White lace and featuring an arrangement of Orchid and White Spring Flowers flanked by Orchid tapers in Silver candelabra. Approximately 30 guests called Between the hours of 7 and 9 . And included student friends of the honoree. Special guests were mrs. J. D. Hemmings Mother of the Bride elect mrs. Floyd Rains Mother of the bridegroom elect and mrs. Bill Aldridge step Mother of the Bride elect. Miss Aldridge and or. Rains will speak their vows in a traditional Quaker ceremony on june 16 at Archdale friends meeting House. High Point Garden club installs officers out our Way club holds installation at a covered dish luncheon yesterday new officers of out our Way Garden club were installed. The club met in the Home of mrs. Stanley Twigg 509 Birchwood. Mrs. Ralph Martin conduct red the business meeting and mrs h. D. Minnis installed the officers. She used a a duty As the theme stating that the theme implies what is due in behaviour obligation and each person s sense of Justice. The officers installed were mrs. Ralph Martin president mrs. W. W. Raper vice president mrs. L. G. Monroe Secretary mrs. H. N. Russell assistant Secretary Mcguin treasurer and mrs. J. W. Johnson custodian. Mrs. Martin closed the meeting with a poem a Friendship twelve members and a guest. Mrs. W. R. Nelson were present for the meeting. Members of the High Point Garden club installed a slate of new officers when they met in the Hedgecock room of the Sheraton hotel on tuesday afternoon for a luncheon meeting. Mrs. N. S. Stirewalt installed mrs. George Lowe As president. Mrs. W. J. Mcnally As vice president mrs. Luna c. Ray As recording Secretary mrs. W. F. Clayton As corresponding Secretary mrs. L. L. Wilkinson As treasurer mrs. S. C. Clark As custodian mrs. Bruce Carraway As program chairman mrs. Stirewalt As Council representative and mrs. N. T. Craigge As Garden Center chairman. Hostesses for the meeting were mrs. Stirewalt and mrs. Ray. Flower arrangements of pansies pennies and irises raised by the hostesses were used. Mrs. R k. Stewart presented a program concerning the history of High Point. The club Gavel presented to the club by mrs. C. C. Garrett was made from Wood gathered in Oregon and was passed around during the meeting. Mrs. Horace Haworth was a guest for the meeting. A period of silence was Given in memory of mrs. Polly Maclin. Anderson Lexa a phone 882-98281 i for free pick up i i and delivery of your prescriptions West Bend automatic Percolator. 5 9 cup Capri try Choice of colors Shah Prozor Silex toaster with Sdit rom Colo control. Is is regal com Popper electric 4 it capacity Choice of color. Shah Sunbeam portable mixer with push panel beater elector. Shah Dazey can opener knife Sharpener comb Mati in. All electric. 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