High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 1 1972, Page 21

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 1, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Order of Rainbow for girls to install new officers a High Point Assembly 41, order of Rainbow for girls will hold an installation ceremony at 3 . This afternoon in the masonic Temple with Janet wheless being installed As worthy advisor. Other officers to be installed include Audrey c o n g d o a worthy associate advisor Patti Slack Charity Ginny Roberts Hope Lisa Cranford Faith and Susan Mitchell Drill Leader. Additional officers Are Terri Slack chaplain Lynn Hall confidential observer Caroline Hunter outer observer boo Dudley musician and Kathy Pope choir director. Bow officers include Debbie Bollinger love Becky Hutson religion Terri Nooe nature Denise Dalton immortality Cathy Huneycutt Fidelity Nikki Hollingsworth patriotism and Sheila Inman service. Installing leaders will be Janet wheless Jane Leonard officer Malina Reed marshal Dana Cleveland chaplain and Sharyn Moore recorder. Church activities speaker for the event will be Robert Boone of Southport. Installing musician is mrs. William Joyce and choral Singer is Hal Shoemaker. The order of Rainbow is a service organization for girls sponsored by the masonic order and the order of Eastern Star. Miss wheless who is the daughter of or. And mrs. Lee wheless is a senior at High Point Central High school where she is a varsity cheerleader Secretary of the French and math clubs and a member of key ettes. Miss wheless selected the Rose As her Flower. Her colors Are the Rainbow and her Honor station is religion. Her special thought is from hebrews 13 5. Quot for god has said i will never never fail you nor forsake you. That is Why we can say without doubt or fear the lord is my Helper and i am not afraid of anything that Mere Man can do to of me. A reception will be held after the ceremony in the Fellowship Hall. High Point Enterprise sunday october i 1972 7b miss Bell is engaged Theresa Gaii Boyce miss Boyce engaged to wed or. Robertson announcement is being made of the engagement of miss Susanna Marie Bell to Jerry Steven Panz. The couple is planning a november wedding. Miss Bell is the daughter of mrs. Henry Glasgow Bell and the late or. Bell. She graduated from Duke University with a degree in elementary education and was a member of Alpha Delta i sorority. She made her debut at the 1967 terpsichore an Ball in Raleigh and is a member of the Greensboro Junior league. The Bride elect resides at 1203 Greenway or. Or. Panz is the son of or. And mrs. Claud Raymond Panz of Hampton a. He is organist and choir director of Sedgefield presbyterian Church and is attending the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The couple plans to operate the Sheraton Bookstore. Lay a Way time Lay a Way this or one of 91 other models now. On display at your acc tron Center. Sales amp service. I Rock 131 South main Call 885-2251 or. And mrs Joseph p. Boyce of 3524 Imperial or. Announce the engagement of their daughter. Theresa Gail. To Keith Mitchell Robertson son of or. And mrs. A. W. Faulkner of 2402 e. Lexington ave. The Bride elect is a graduate of t. Wingate Andrews High school and was a member of see miss Boyce on so first methodist circles of the women a society of Christian service at first United methodist Church meet monday As follows noon a Circle 4, with mrs. Charles Sanders 1500 Pinehurst 7 30 . A Circle 6 with mrs. Ray Mercer 1023 Sweetbriar re. A Circle 7 with mrs. Darrell Pierce 603 Westchester and a Circle 8 with mrs. Glenn berber 1730 Waverly the Wesleyan service Guild will meet monday at 7 30 . With mrs. Tyson t. Ferree 311 Ottery or. Associate hostesses will be mrs. L. J. Harper mrs. Spencer Jackson and mrs. E. F. Mabrey. Rankin memorial a pcs circles of Rankin memorial United methodist Church have announced plans for the following meetings this week monday a Circle 2 at 7 30 . With mrs. Mary Ella Johnson 708 Lindsay St. A Circle 3 at 7 30 . With mrs. Minnie bean 1210 Tipton St. And a Circle 4 at 7 30 . With mrs. Nell minor 2608 Carsten tuesday a Circle i at 7 30 . With mrs. M. J. Setzer 1116 Tipton St. Cable Nicholson vows set miss Bette Lou Cable daughter of m. L. Cable of 1001 Thissell St., and Jimmy Stewart Nicholson son of or. And mrs. G. W. Nicholson of 2409 a la St Are engaged to be married on oct. To at evangelical methodist Church. The Bride elect is a 1972 graduate of High Point Central High school. She is employed by Tucker s dry cleaning co. The bridegroom elect is a 1972 graduate of High Point Central High school. He is a member of the Junior Jaycees and is employed by Kay Lyn furniture co. No formal invitation will be sent but friends and families of the couple Are expected to attend the 7 . Vows. Wednesday meeting set Garden study club will meet n wednesday at to . With hrs. J. W. Van loan of 901 Parkway. Associate hostesses vill be mrs. W. J. Bennett and hrs. E. C. Harville. Robert Connor will speak on ecology and con ii Vaj a. Wednesday a Circle 5 at i . With mrs. Elizabeth Small 327 Louise ave. Christ methodist groups at Christ United methodist have planned the following meetings this week a members of the Young at heart club will meet at the Church tuesday at to . For a bus trip to Mabry Mill on the Blue Ridge Parkway. A Wesleyan service Guild meets tuesday at 7 30 . With mrs. . Austin 513 North or. A Circle 9 a pcs meets with mrs. Reid Joyce at her Home on the Thomasville Road on wednesday at 7 30 . A Circle 7 meets on thursday at to . With mrs. Bill Clinard and a woman s Wesley class meets thursday at 7 30 . In the Church class room. Special sociable stackable 12" x 18" troys set of four Good looking Light weight and easy to clean. Stack them or use them individually. Reg. 16.00 now 8.00 ills Book store Westchester mall qp�?T4 in it you la have to see them to believe them 111 hurry by soon a a hell Al 525 n. Hamilton Mon. Sat. 10 00 a 5 00 . For the Young minded individual. If you re in a Kicky Carefree mood let your shoes reflect your personality. S. R. O. Presents these luscious autumn hues in a buttery leather or sensuous suede designed with a flair to brighten any Day. A. Bubbles Black kid. S20. B. Conga Black Zinnia fiery Copper suede $19 c. Masque Tattersal or Blue kid Green kid with Green suede plug Brown kid with Copper suede plug$18. D. Limelight Tattersal or Navy kid and Puma suede $20. E. Tosco Twig Zinnia or Black suede $18. F. Gate Tattersal kid or Twig suede $20. A Daku open daily All Bank 9 30am. Cards 5 30 pm honoured Friday Niles til 9

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