High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 28 1972, Page 29

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 28, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Ii Hufh Milt in Yprim sunday May 21, of i miss Evans and William b. I Are complimented area students Are graduated Kathy Lynn Kirk Kathy Kirk to marry Henry a. Stuart miss Kathy Lynn Kirk and Henry a. Stuart Are planning a july 15 wedding at Archdale United methodist Church according to an announcement made by the Bride elect s parents or. And mrs. R. L. Canada of 802 Hines St. The bridegroom elect s parents Are or. And mrs h. I. Stuart of 105 Liberty re. In Archdale. Miss Kirk is a graduate of High Point Central High school. She is presently employed As a receptionist for Millers to products and is a member of Beta Sigma Phi. Or. Stuart is a graduate of Trinity High school and Durham technical Institute. He is employed As a lab technician for Fine arts dental studio inc. Susan Marie Evans and William Brooks Millis were entertained at a reception and a dinner dance in Honor of their marriage saturday night at Wesley memorial United methodist Church. Reception immediately following the wedding ceremony or. And mrs. Floyd j. Evans and or. And mrs. J. L. Farlow parents and grandparents of the Bride entertained at a reception in the Asbury room of the Church. Guests were greeted by or. And mrs. Harriss Covington Uncle and aunt of the bridegroom. Refreshments were served from a table covered with yellow Satin overlaid with White bridal lace caught at the Comers with Crescent nosegay of mixed Spring Flowers. The table was entered with an arrangement of yellow and Blue daisies Pink roses snapdragons and tulips in a Silver fluted bowl flanked by Silver candelabra holding White tapers. Mrs. 0. H. Frazier poured punch and mrs. Claude Vaughn poured Coffee. A round table covered with White bridal Satin and overlaid with White lace was entered with the tiered wedding cake which was topped with White wedding Bells and a nosegay of White Pink and yellow roses. The memory Candle was also placed on this table. Mrs. James Noble Cut and served the cake. Assisting in serving were misses Charlotte Amos fran Webb Martha Farlow and Shelly Weininger. Goodbye were said to or. And mrs. Ron Fochler. Dinner dance on Friday evening or. And mrs. James Henry Millis parents of the bridegroom honoured the couple at a dinner dance held at Emerywood country club. Music was furnished by a the Phil Darroll the club and Patio were decorated with Spring and summer Flowers and the Entrance Hall contained Topiary Trees of greenery and yellow carnations. The dinner tables were covered with yellow cloths and entered with White wrought Iron candelabra with per Guettes filled with yellow and White daisies Gypsophila Stepha Notis and Talisman roses. The brides table was entered with a Cluster of wedding Bells and italian love Birds interspersed with Flowers and flanked by White wrought Iron Hurricane lamps filled with Flowers. Place cards containing Small Rice bags marked the places of the guest. The Bride was presented an old fashioned nosegay with yellow velvet streamers. Several area residents participated recently in graduation exercises. Hollins College Mary Gail Leonard daughter of or. And mrs. H. B. Leonard or. Of 1113 Rockford rd., has been awarded the Bachelor of arts degree with Honor in Art from Hollins College in Virginia. Or. John a. Logan jr., president of the College was commencement speaker. A Deans list student miss Leonard completed her requirements for graduation in january. She is a graduate of High Point Central High school. Pm College three local students were among 175 Young women graduated from peace College in Raleigh during the 100th commencement exercises earlier this month. Cynthia Gayle Bailey daughter of or. And mrs. Jim Bailey received her associate of arts degree. She was a member of the Green room players and served with the peace porpoises. She plans to continue her education at East Carolina University. Nancy Lee Carlson daughter of or and mrs. Robert l. Carlson received her associate of science degree in business. She served As a member of the College dance club. Susan Denise Thomas daughter of or. And mrs. J. E. Thomas of 608 Flor Ham dr., recipient of an associate of arts degree was a member of the social committee of the peace student government assn., the orientation committee and the drama club. She plans to continue her education at East Carolina University. Virginia Union Myrtle Hayworth Hampton daughter of mrs. Fannie b. Hampton of 1030 Meadowbrook blvd. Received her Bachelor of Art degree in social sciences from Virginia Union University of Richmond a. Miss Hampton a 19 6 8 graduate of High Point Central High school graduated cum laude. She was a member of the German history and Young democrats clubs and served on the newspaper staff and As freshman Counselor. A Deans list student she was a member of the women a athletic assn., women a Senate the Knaani Eusi and a a go Phi soul social organizations. She is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta sorority. Miss Hampton who majored in history and government is pursuing a career in government. Pilgrim Academy Marsha Hepler and Eunice Beck were valedictorian and salutatorian respectively of their graduating class at free Pilgrim Academy on it. 2, Thomasville. Miss Hepler is the daughter of or. And mrs. David Hepler of it. 2, Thomasville. Miss Beck is the daughter of the Rev. And mrs. Wilton Beck of route 3. Both students have attended the free Pilgrim Academy for the past three years. The Rev. Raymond Shreve of key West fla., delivered the commencement address last sunday. The baccalaureate speaker was the Rev. Billy Walker of Lenior. Tew Hilton pair solemnized vows Virgelle Strickland Strickland Bynum couple to marry or. And mrs. Johnny Strickland of 1117 Cedrow or. Announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Virgelle to Wilton Bynum son of Robert Bynum of 1222 Cedrow or. And mrs Dorothy Williams of ii Camden ave. The couple will be married on july i at 815 Willow pl., Home of the in legroom elect s aunt. Miss Strickland attends Andrews High school where she is a member of the band or. Bynum attended Aat slate University and served with the u. S. Marine corps. He is presently working for his father. Formal from Pace 2-b immediately following t h e wedding ceremony. The brides table was covered w Ith a White lace cloth entered with an arrangement of mixed Spring Flowers. A Garland of mixed Flowers extended the length if the table with nosegay flanked with Silver candelabra. The couple will reside at 705-a Maple St. In Charlottesville a monday to amp stay fit. 10 30 a m a ladies dip i a swim amp stay fit 5 team 7 30 l self defense tuesday to a amp stay fit 10 30 a dip i a swim amp stay fit 3 30 amp Ballet 5 team 9 club swim wednesday 10 a amp stay fit 10 30 a dip i amp stay fit 5 a swim team 7 30 Bridge Cost of Stamps supermarkets have been estimated to spend 2 or 3 per cent of sales income for trading Stamps says mrs. Ruby Uzzle Extension consumer marketing economist. North Carolina state University. Thursday to a m a swim amp stay fit. To 30 a in a ladies dip i amp stay fit 5 team 7 30 Friday to a m a swim amp stay fit 10 30 dip i amp stay fit 5 a swim team 7 7 30 dance saturday 8 a m a skin diving 9 a m a swim team i p Thomasville Cathie Hilton daughter of or. And mrs. Paul e. Hilton of route 6. And Donald Lee Tew of High Point son of Wilson w. Tew of fort Pierce fla., and the late mrs. Tew. Were United in marriage on saturday in a 2 . Ceremony at Faith Baptist Church. The couple repeated their vows before the Rev. R. E. Peterson. Mrs. Wesley hedge cock organist presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of bridal Satin trimmed in Klencon lace designed with leg of Mutton sleeves and a Chapel length train. She wore a Finger tip veil of illusion attached to a Headpiece of cabbage roses which she designed and made. She carried a bouquet of White daisies on a prayer Book. Miss Connie Hilton sister of the Bride was maid of Honor. She wore a Green and yellow Floral print dress trimmed with yellow daisies and she added a yellow Straw picture hat. She carried a bouquet of yellow and Green daisies. The bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best Man. Ushers were James c. Mcdowell and Michael Cockran. The new mrs. Tew is a graduate of the North Carolina Baptist Hospital school of nursing and will be employed with the High Point memorial Hospital As a staff nurse in june. Or. Tew a former real estate broker is presently a student at High Point College where he is studying for the ministry. He is a member of the Mason and Shriner clubs. A reception was held at the Church immediately following the wedding. The couple will reside at 61-d William and Mary apts. Cut up Watermelon Pickle into bite size pieces and wrap with Small slice of Bacon. Broil until Bacon is Crisp and Drain. Or god amp Barton Sterling save by the piece a Sale save $3. On All pieces save s3. On serving pos. Under $20. Save $5. On serving pos. 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And forget about the Chort of cleaning the Grill after you be finished barbecuing because elec Tro Gill even cleans itself. See electro Grill end Patio cart to Day. They re matchless. Electro Pill Barbecue i cart combination a 16�?� Shay Friday night until 00 Quale is Holsi or r f t h i Shoi f i teens 137 s. Main St. Downtown All cards matter and rata Anca a a Quot it it it Ltd a a a a it a of re Yak at in j Joo 515 w. Green Orive Telephone 885-5422 highpoint monday Only open All Day mondays May 29,1972 a memorial Day a a a Westchester mall open 10-9 a 141 s. Main St High Point open 9 30 5 30 a Southgate shopping Center Thomasville n. C. Open 9 30-9 a Sun. 12-6 in a

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