High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 30 1972, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, High Point, North Carolina At Willow Creek golfers wives entertained him Point a no a models mrs. Donald Brinkley mrs. James Marsh and mrs. Harold Mcgee from front Model fashions which they previewed for women during the member guest Golf weekend at Willow Creek. A Home tour was also a highlight for women during three Day event. Sum photo by a Aoa to it nurses receive diplomas awards special service n Twenty one members of the senior class at High Point memorial Hospital school of nursing received their diplomas in graduating exercises Friday evening at first United methodist Church. Members of the class of 1972 entered the Sanctuary to a background of Organ music provided by Henry Whipple. Invocation was Given by the Rev. Richard Crowder minister of the first United methodist Church. Special music included a but there b e peace a by Miller and Jackson and a the lord s prayer a by Mallotte. Ned Clark director of the Hospital extended a Welcome to class members their families and friends. Keynote speech for the evening was delivered by or. T. L. Canipe. A member of the High Point memorial Hospital medical staff. He chose As his topic a on making or. John f. Benson chief of the medical staff presented awards to the following miss Theresa Deweese. Best All Linda Honbarrier is feted miss Linda Honbarrier Bride elect of Broadus Embler was honoured at a luncheon on saturday at the old Salem tavern in Winston Salem by mrs. Hudson Barbee. Spring Garden Flowers and Pewter accessories were used at the tables throughout the dining room. The honoree was presented with a Corsage of Garden Flowers and a pair of 1710 Flower prints from the collection of Robert Farlowe Gardiner of Kensington by the hostess. Special guests included mrs. A. L. Honbarrier mrs. I. C. Brewer and mrs. R. L. Honbarrier Mother grandmother of the bridegroom elect and mrs. B. J. Embler Mother of the bridegroom elect. Miss Honbarrier and or. Embler will repeat their vows on june 25 at the High Point friends meeting House. Round student and highest Scholastic achievement presented by the High Point memorial Hospital medical staff and mrs. Rebecca Welborn Best bedside nurse awarded by the Lillian h. Liedtke memorial fund. Miss Lucile Weatherman associate director of the school of nursing presented the class for graduation. Diplomas were Given by Henry Foscue chairman of the Board of trustees. Members of the graduating class include Donna be Andrews of Haw River Sandra Lee Armfield of Greensboro mrs. Patricia Lamb Beck of Upington mrs. Geraldine Turkett Christopher of Greensboro Sandra Kay Coleman of High Point Theresa Ann Deweese of Asheville Gerald Fredrick Estes of High Point mrs. Esther Martin George of Trinity Kezia Lou Graham of Burlington mrs. Jacqueline Wilson Hayworth of Thomasville Mary Ellen idol of Kernersville mrs. Myra Yokeley be of Wallburg mrs. Kay Weaver Lewis of Mebane mrs. Linda Jobe Maness of Greensboro Sara Young Nichols of Upington Cynthia Diane Shew of Wilkesboro. Mrs. Cornelia Snow Todd of Gates Katherine Jane Valentine of High Point Deborah Lynn v Cncannon of Jamestown mrs. Bonnie Colt Trane we Alden of Greensboro and mrs. Rebecca White Wel bom of Trinity. Officers of the class include Sandra Armfield president Jackie Hayworth vice president Kezia Graham Secretary and Theresa Deweese treasurer. Class mascots Are David Ingram and Mary Walden. Following graduation exercises. A reception was held for relatives and friends of the graduating class in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. A weekend of social events including a fashion show and Home tour was an added feature of the seventh annual member guest Golf tournament weekend held at Willow Creek Golf club Friday through sunday. This event the highlight of the golfing year had a full Field of 72 teams participating in Golf play including Many out of town guests. A practice round and Handicap tournament for men was held Friday with 66 teams participating. This was followed that evening with an informal cocktail party for members Ani their guests at the club. Approximately 200 attended the event. Play in the tournament began saturday morning for the men while the women and their guests were entertained in the Willow Creek club j House with a bloody Mary party and fashion show conducted by mrs. Lester Burge. Daytime and evening clothes were shown from Adas dress shop and Golf costumes from the pro sop. Mrs. Agnes Owens provided the music for the party and show. A Buffet lunch was served following the show. Members serving As models were mrs. Lloyd Higgins mrs. Ross Caudell miss Holley Caudell mrs. Harold Mcgee mrs. J. P. Marsh mrs. Kenneth Stevens mrs Don Brinkley mrs. Drew Pierson mrs. Dean tester mrs. Lloyd milks and mrs. Frank Dozier. Emery Wood country club was the setting for the semiformal dinner dance saturday night. Dave Carter and his band played for dancing following the Steak dinner which approximately 3 0 0 attended. Sunday was the final your of the Golf tournament for the 144 players. Between 2 and 4 of clock sunday afternoon a tour of Homes and condominiums at Willow Creek was held for the women and their guests. During a cocktail party held late sunday afternoon prizes were awarded by Bill Morris to winners in the championship and la other flights. A contest was also held sunday for the first second third fourth and fifth balls hit closest to the Hole on Par 3, number 8. Prizes were won by Ross Caudell closest to the cup Charles Lucas second closest Fred Wilson Bob Haas and Dusty Maynard third fourth and fifth closest respectively. Prizes which were donated by area me changes included four tires a lounge chair a stereo tape player and 20 Yards of velvet. Ross Caudell served As chairman of the member guest Golf tournament. Members of his committee include Ron Winslow Bob Bundy Dick Culler e d Pleasants Frank Dillingham Jack Cox Leon Green Ben Hodges and Drew Pierson Golf pro at Willow Creek. Frank Dozier served As chairman of entertainer in members of his committee were or. And mrs. Lloyd Higgins or and mrs. Leslie Flippo or. And mrs. Jim Homey mrs. Dale Morey and mrs. Frank Dozier. Appropriate Golf decorations and Spring Flowers were used throughout the Willow Creek Golf club House and Emery Wood country club. The world of women i Delaide s editor tuesday May 30, 1972 Page 6-a mrs. Aydelette receives award Theresa Deweese is wed to Edward b. Stoker Sedgefield mrs. Thomas Aydelette was awarded the distinguished service award by the Sedgefield woman a club when they met on Friday at the Manor House of Sedgefield country club. The rhythm band from the presbyterian Home presented the program. Mrs. Harold o d e n w a i president of the North Carolina federation of women a clubs installed the new officers. Mrs. H. A. Denboer is the new club president. Mrs. W. A. Beauchamp mrs. Ronald Butler mrs. G. S. Crihfield mrs. J. V. Dauvray mrs. M. A. Fritz mrs. David Grimes mrs. James Hegner mrs. R. N. Hodgin mrs. K. R. Rose and mrs. Bryce Yow were welcomed As new members of the club. Girl scouts Honor mothers at Tea mrs. Edward b. Stoker Forestdale club lists Flower show winners members of girl scout troop 115 held a Tea for their mothers saturday at the Home of mrs. Dale Morey on Cherokee drive. The girls prepared refreshments and arranged the serving table. They used information Learned while working on their social dependability Challenge. Mrs. Bob Hauser a former Leader of the troop poured Tea. As the guests arrived they were greeted by misses Maureen Morey and Nancy Allen. Good Bys were said by miss Terry Tate. Members of the troop and their mothers who attended were miss Maureen Morey and mrs. Dale Morey miss Betsey Linthicum and mrs. Bill Linthicum miss Nancy Allen and mrs. Kirk Allen miss Terry Tate and mrs. George Thomas Tate miss Nancy Hauser and mrs. Bob Hauser miss Libby Garten and mrs. Scott Garten miss Nancy Wainer and mrs. Herbert Wainer miss Christy Underwood miss Barbara Meyers and miss Joanna Beal. Leaders of the troop Are mrs. Ronnie l. Stanley and miss Patricia Banks. Jamestown Forestdale Garden club held their annual club Flower show thursday evening at the Jamestown town Hall. Winning members in the artistic arrangements division include mrs. Dudley Moore Tri color Winner three blues mrs. James Jones one Blue one red mrs. David Tolbert one Blue mrs. Dean Borden one yellow mrs. Don Setliff one red and mrs. Robert Williams one yellow horticulture division winners include mrs. Gerald peek one Blue mrs. Dudley Moore four Blue and four red and mrs. Janes Jones one Blue. Judges for the event were mrs. Margaret Shipley and mrs. Augusta Nicholson. Karen Pegram is honoree summer Hairdo for a summer Hairdo that s Carefree Why not try the new Short to medium Short Dos that need Only a Holcomb to keep them in shape they save time and eliminate unsightly rollers. You can Wash your hair and style it in less than an hour. Miss Karen Pegram Bride elect of Randy deem was honoured at a bridal Shower on thursday evening by mrs. Danny Stout and mrs. Jane Bradshaw. Mrs. Bradshaw will be Matron of Honor in her Sisters wedding. Neighbors and friends of the honoree called at the Home of mrs. Bradshaw in Fairfield estates Between 7 and 9 p. In. Each guest brought t h e honoree a favorite recipe to add to her collection. A Daisy Corsage was presented to the honoree to complement her dress. The entertaining area was decorated with mixed Spring Flowers. After the gifts were opened the guests were invited into the dining room for refreshments which were served from a table covered with a White cloth and featured a bridal doll Centrepiece. Gifts to the honoree from the hostesses were lingerie and a Book. Among the guests were the bridal mothers mrs. Robert deem and mrs. Francis Pegram and mrs. Cecil Pegram aunt of the honoree. Miss Pegram and or. Deem will speak their vows on june to at Brentwood Baptist Church. Susan Mitchell entertained miss Susan Mitchell Bride elect of James o. Tilley was entertained at a miscellaneous Shower saturday evening Given by mrs. Clifford Sugg aunt of the bridegroom elect. Guests were invited to Call at the Sugg Home 712 Belmont or. When she arrived miss Mitchell was presented a Corsage of Pink Daisy mums. The hostess later added an individual gift. Throughout the entertaining area decorations followed a Pink and White Motif. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a Pink Linen cloth overlaid with White lace. Pink tapers in Crystal holders flanked the Centrepiece which included a Garland of Pink and White Gladioli encircling the punch bowl. Mrs. Thomas Mitchell Mother of the Bride elect and mrs. James b. Tilley Mother of the bridegroom elect were special guests. Miss Mitchell and or. Tilley will speak their vows in an open Church ceremony at 7 . On june to in Allen Jay Baptist Church. Or. And mrs. Willard honoured at events Asheville Theresa Ann Deweese daughter of or. And mrs. William Herbert Deweese of 4 Parkwood ave., and Edward b. Stoker of Jamestown son of or. And mrs. Burris Stoker of 807 Worth ave., were United in marriage on sunday in a 4 . Ceremony at Elk Mountain Baptist Church. The couple repeated their vows before the Rev. Harry Deweese Uncle of the Bride. Mrs. Alice Roberson organist presented a program o f wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal Empire gown of White dotted Swiss trimmed at the High neckline bodice and Long sleeves with Venice lace. She wore a bouffant veil of illusion attached to a Headpiece of lace daisies and carried a bouquet of Shasta daisies. Mrs. Deborah Robinson sister of the Bride was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were mrs. Sue Wells miss Judy Israel miss Mary Ellen idol of Jamestown and mrs. Barbara Lewallen of High Point sister of the bridegroom. The attendants wore formal gowns of Blue and Orchid Floral printed voile with Matching picture hats and ribbon streamers. They carried baskets of Blue tinted daisies. The bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best Man. Ushers were Larry Millikan Travis Wright Bill Patterson and Jesse Lewallen All of High Point. The new mrs. Stoker is a graduate of Clyde a. Erwin High school and the High Point memorial Hospital school of nursing. She is employed by the High Point memorial Hospital. Or. Stoker attended Central High school and is employed in the sales and service department of Reliance Universal. The couple will reside in 506-a Jamestown Village apts in Jamestown. Several parties complimented or. And mrs. Wayne Willard who were married in an 8 p. In. Ceremony at St. Mary s episcopal Church saturday. On thursday evening or. And mrs. Robert Davidson parents of the Bride entertained at their Home 602 w. Farriss ave with an open House and Lawn party. Seventy five guests called during the evening. A refreshment table set in the dining room of the House was covered with a lace cloth and entered with a Silver punch bowl. Mixed Spring Flowers and geraniums were used to decorate the House. Tables on the Patio were entered with red geraniums. Music was furnished by Randy Flynt combo the poor boys. Guests danced until la p. In. On Friday evening a rehearsal dinner was Given by the brides parents at colonial country clubs bark room. Places were set for 26 guests. The a a us shaped table was entered with a Large arrangement of mixed Flowers and each guest placed was marked with a nosegay of mixed Flowers. Special guests other than the wedding party were the Rev. And mrs. William Price with mrs. Delvina Davidson of Hemet calif., and mrs. Thomas Kerr grandmothers of the Bride. On saturday miss Marie Lester of Danville va., entertained with a luncheon at her Home in Danville. Places were set for ten on the Patio of the Home. Mrs. Willard was presented a place setting of her Silver pattern by the hostess. Bye Bye Bikini Bye Bye Bikini. The one piece bathing suit is this years Beach fashion news. Suits with a draped grecian look Are great on some Sun worshippers. Others prefer tank suits or those with boy pants. A Wal Williams be Csutor Fowers in town scent Quot with love All occasions 40"v? not ti1iphoni4ji of Wplf c0� Honorio r i1" a tit h _ is High Point s Only full soviet Caf Woith twin Oaks car Wash 2013 n. Main Street it you re tired Oft politicians who can i keep their promises. Its not just Pat Taylor a fight. Its yours too. For watch repair and jewelry j. W. Leonard jewellers phone 4 54-1401 i wedding gowns. Preserve and protect. Tel. 885-2101 stt##4l670 English re. Guilford optical co. A free parking a enter pram mom St. Next to building 654 of Fri Telephone North main 885-2647 serving this area since 1947. Large selection of latest fashions in frames. Let us fill your next prescription for classes. Four registered opticians to serve you Jock Southerland Hoyt Wilson Aubrey Bowman Garland Pugh now designed especially for the Bride to be with a Little less than unlimited funds. The Beautiful Bride bridal Salon 1316 n. Main behind top hat formals no rentals sales Only we carry Petite sizes t miss Patsy Martin a bridal consultant open 6 30 to 6 30one noun Thi most in oar cleaning for our customers who missed our sunday 1/2 Price and. 3 locations a 2351 English re. Beside Anderson drug a Fairfield Plaza a 2406 n. Moin St. Beside varsity drive in

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