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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 9, 1974, High Point, North Carolina High Poi it Enterprise the world of Adelaide Wendler. A women s editor wednesday october 9, 1974. Page 6a Nancy Miller is Bride of Bill Carter Teague Junior league views District dental group films on problems installs new officers of juvenile Justice Shelby first Baptist Church provided the setting saturday afternoon for the wedding of Nancy Damaris Miller daughter of or. And mrs Alford Donald Miller of Shelby formerly of Thomasville to Bill Carter Teague son of or. And mrs. Donald Teague of Kannapolis. The couple repeated their vows before the Rev. Gene l. Watterson in a 4 of clock ceremony. A prelude of wedding music was presented by mrs. Fred Mauney organist and Ramsey soloist. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a formal gown of sheer organza and crocheted lace fashioned with a fitted ribbed bodice featuring a High lace neckline full Bishop sleeves ending in deep ruffled lace cuffs and a full length skirt extending into a Chapel train edged with lace. The Bride added a formal veil of illusion edged in lace held by a Juliet Cap. She carried a White Bible topped with White daisies and yellow roses entered with a White Orchid. Karen Miller sister of the Bride was maid of Honor. Mrs. Jeffrey Hege of Thomasville was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were Lou Ann seism of Shelby mrs. Steve Rogers of Chapel Hill mrs. John Bunting of Misenheimer Shannon Dudney of Tabor City Gail White and Jeanette Branch both of Charlotte. The attendants wore multicoloured gowns accented with Blue velvet ribbon at their waists and in Back bows. They carried bouquets of yellow daisies and roses with miniature Ivy. The bridegroom selected father to serve As Best Man. Ushers were Steve Rogers of Chapel Hill James Webb Samuel Thompson and George Cranford All of Charlotte Dane Laney of Concord Phil Brice of Jacksonville and Randolph Martin of Fayetteville. The Bride is a graduate of Shelby High school. She is a senior at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where she plans to continue her education. The bridegroom graduated from a. L. Brown High school in Kannapolis and is a 1973 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he received b. S. Degree in business administration. He is a member of Delta Sigma i professional fraternity. The bridegroom is employed by . Sylvania in Charlotte and is working toward a masters degree in management at unc Charlotte. Immediately following the wedding ceremony the brides parents entertained with a reception in the lady a parlor of the Church. After a wedding trip to Williamsburg va., the couple will reside at 6320 Pinto Plaza apartment 9, Charlotte. Mrs. Teague piano teachers hear Leo Heer techniques program in addresses Dar Leo Heer was guest speaker at the meeting of the Alexander Martin chapter of daughters of the american revolution yesterday. Mrs. J. Woody Brinson was hostess for the meeting at her Home Hoo Rockford re. Or. Heerts subject was a North Carolina s relation to the adoption of the or. Heer noted that the Constitution represents the first great exercise in the democratic process a through debate dissension and seemingly irreconcilable differences from All 13 colonies the Constitution was finally ratified a he stated. He further noted that Guilford county never voted with the majority for ratification. However he stated that he believed the principal reason for holding out was due to the Independence and love of individual Liberty and dignity of the principles that North Carolina insisted upon before ratification were those which Are contained in the Bill of rights a he stated. Mrs. W. Scott Garten Regent conducted the business meeting. During the business session tribute was paid to the late mrs. R. K. Stewart a past Regent and organizing member of the chapter. Mrs. Vann Stringfield chaplain presented the tribute stating that mrs. Stewart was a Strong Leader in both Community and Dar activities. Guests at the meeting were mrs d. L. Barker and mrs. Clyde s Armstrong. Refreshments were served to members and guests at the close of the meeting by the hostesses who included mrs c. A Garrett mrs. Samuel e. Gill mrs. J. A. Hart mrs James s. Hunt mrs Stanley Latham mrs. Royster Tucker mrs. William Gluyas and mrs. R. L. Brinson. Forestdale club plants mini Park the Forestdale Garden club of Jamestown has planted a mint Park in the Forestdale shopping Plaza in Jamestown on the Greensboro High Point Road there is to be a Bench put in next to the Park mrs. Richard Riemer was guest speaker at the meeting of the High Point piano teachers Assn. On tuesday morning. The Home of mrs. Betty Hunt Pitts was the setting for the meeting. Mrs. Riemer spoke on technique for students. She illustrated Legato playing Scales chords chromatic Scales arpeggios endings and pedalling. The speaker was introduced by the vice president Joan Payne. Mrs. Pitts conducted the business meeting and miss Marie Burnette historian for the n. C. Music teachers Assn., gave a Brief explanation of the history and the purposes of the state association. Mrs. Helen Mae Allred recital chairman announced plans for the december recital planned by the club. Mrs. Payne announced that the next meeting will be held club to meet members of the Friendship club will meet thursday at 7 30 . In the Owca on Gatewood Avenue. The meeting is open to men and women who Are alone due to divorce separation or death. Meetings Are held each thursday evening at the Owca. In the choir room of Wesley memorial United methodist Church. The guest speaker will be David Pinnix who will discuss the Cmya contest list music. Mrs. Marty Kirby associate hostess for the meeting and mrs. Pitts served refreshments at the close of the meeting. Mooseheart program explained mrs. Billie Bowman presented a program on Mooseheart children for. Members of the women of the Moose when they met monday evening at the Moose Lodge on n. Main Street. Mrs. Bowman was introduced by Gertrude Spainhour. During the business session conducted by the senior Regent Grace Kropira the following new members were added Betty Stroud and Donna bean. The event concluded with a social hour. The next meeting of the group will be held oct. 21 at the Moose Home. Members attending the High Point Junior league meeting yesterday morning at Forest Hills presbyterian Church Learned the problems of juvenile Justice across the country As they viewed a film entitled a children in prior to the film mrs. Bill t. Collins chairman of the group Home care committee a group assigned the task of investigating and studying existing group Homes and services in the area discussed the work she and other committee members have done and gave an up to Date report on the Steps taken to compile their study. She introduced Manley Dodson chief court Counselor of Guilford county and Aubrey Strother supervisor of the High Point office who led the discussion and showing of the film. Or. Dodson explained that the film prepared by the John Howard Assn. In Chicago an organization interested in investigating criminal and juvenile Justice in the country emphasizes the costly inhumane ways of treating and working with children and also offers better ways to Deal with the problem. The film revealed the plight of children placed in jails training schools and detention Homes across the nation Many guilty of no greater crime than truancy or running away from brutal and cruel Home situations. The grim scenes of the life the children Lead in these institutions underscored the fact that the present system has failed and that there is no justifiable reason to continue to support a program that serves Only to emitter anger and make dangerous the children involved. The latter portion of the film dealt with alternatives being developed by other communities and pointed out that the problems Are More successfully handled through Community efforts rather than through government ones. At the films conclusion or. Dodson commented that North Carolina has More children per capita in detention than other states. The Cost per child for those in the seven training schools and eight detention Homes in this Apple tree outlet grand opening u 2 locations to serve you 4003 North main below Lamb s nursing Home 1240 North main beside food world i rack blouses $400 i Rock pants $000 i rack blouses $450 Pant suits values up to $45.00 mb80 u mb90 i rack pants $100 mix n match costs $000 hours 4003 n main a 3-6 montwo., Wod 10-6 thun., hi., Sot. 1240 n. Main a 8-6 daily on Friday state is $9500 mrs. Neil Anderson a member of the group Home care committee reported on the work done by a committee composed of mrs. Anderson mrs. Herman Hunter also a group Home care committee member mrs. George Lyles chairman of the planning Council Cecil Hayes director of United Community services. Or. David Cole Dean of High Point College mrs. Butler Bennett a member of the Board of directors of the Guilford county dept of social services and or. David Hawk head of the sociology department of High Point College. The resultant study included a history of the receiving Home and evaluation Home in High Point an evaluation of the program and the future Outlook As Well As a list of recommendations. Mrs. Collins requested support from the members in this work and it was voted that the committee be Given the authority to pursue the development of a master plan for juvenile Justice in High Point with the Junior league As the innovator for a Community prevention project. Members of the group Home care committee in addition to mrs. Collins chairman mrs. Anderson and mrs. Hunter Are mrs. Robert Brinson mrs. David Covington mrs. William Howard mrs. Harold Martin and mrs. George Shepard. The business meeting which preceded the program was conducted by mrs. Frank Wyatt. Mrs. William Howard gave the devotions. Members were asked to watch for schedules for the group meetings to be held in november. Arrangements chairman mrs. Robert Rester reminded members of the bar be Cue Bash Friday night at Millis farm and announced that the Holly Ball will be held dec. 7 at top of the Mart. Mrs. Louis Fisher chairman of the bargain boutique thanked the group for their help in making the housewares Sale a Success and asked that toys and gift items be brought to the december meeting. She also announced that quotas were due dec. 15. Durham mrs. N. Watt Cobb or. Of 1715 new Garden rd., Greensboro was installed monday As president of the third District dental auxiliary succeeding mrs. Kimball Griffin of Durham. The third District is comprised of 14 Piedmont North Carolina counties. Mrs. David Burns of Greensboro was named president elect. The installation was conducted by mrs. Richard m. Fields of pleasant Garden president of the n. C. Dental auxiliary. Elected to serve with mrs. Cobb and mrs. Burns were mrs. Thomas h Sears jr., Greensboro vice president mrs. Guy Willis Durham recording Secretary mrs. A. Stroud Brackett vows set Asheboro or. And mrs. Edsel c. Stroud announce the engagement of their daughter. Judy Ann and Stephen Wayne Brackett of Durham. Or. Brackett is the son of or. And mrs. Donald Upton of High Point and the late William Wayne Brackett. Miss Stroud and or. Brackett will be married on nov. 2 in Asheboro. A graduate of mercy school of radiologic technology in Charlotte the Bride elect is employed at the Duke University medical Center in Charlotte. Or. Brackett was graduated from t. Wingate Andrews High school and will graduate in May from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in education. Graham Ray. Greensboro corresponding Secretary mrs. John e. Chandler Greensboro treasurer and mrs. George f. Kirkland jr., Durham historian. Mrs. T. Edgar Sikes jr., Greensboro immediate past president made the nominating report. The business meeting was i held at governors inn where the auxiliary had luncheon and a fashion show As final events of their annual weekend meeting held in conjunction with the third District dental society. The new president. Mrs. Cobb is the former Carolyn Williford of Fayetteville. Mrs. Cobb Miff Uro assays. Amp 3 re filter tar he n la in a a a a Awat awk state director describes Yoke fellow prison ministry the Rev. O. Ray Moss state director of the Yoke fellow prison ministry was guest speaker at the monday meeting of the United methodist women of Wesley memorial United methodist Church. Moss stated that the Yoke fellow prison ministry began in 1970. It is an interdenominational interracial Lay clergy movement that focuses on spiritual growth and maturity in All relationships of life. The speaker explained that the main purpose of this ministry is to help serve the religious needs of residents in correctional institutions by promoting and establishing Small nonsectarian Yoke fellow groups Moss stated that North Carolina has the largest prison system in the world based on the land buildings and staff. He called attention to the need for improvement in the area of women a prison facilities and programs. Following talk slides were shown and a question and answer period was held. The speaker was introduced by mrs. George w. Lyles or. Mrs. W. F. Lawing conducted the business session. Members were reminded of the Bazaar and luncheon which will be held nov. 7. Devotional for the meeting was Given by Eleanor Young. Flowers for All occasions High Point a loading flout Grace Flower shop of a a $4 4 it mood Ibi apis o ii u17 Ragister tor free prizes daily Cio valuable Coupon on a $ 5 off blow Cut Holly Hill mall soft Cottor mall 3604 High Point re. Trans world professional stylist serving you valuable Coupon afros and freedoms $ Only rag. $19.95 5 special Sale with big savings on All new fall and Winter shoes for women men and f children special 10% discount on All Paradise Kittens for walking and casual Wear special 10% discount on All naturalized and miss wonderful ladies shoes for dress and for casual Wear special 10% discount on All Roblee and Edwin men s shoes special 10% discount on All poll Parrot and Carpenter shoes for boys and girls lesson included Call 885-5323 ipe St a St Omi a music co. I 224 North Elm Greensboro North Carolina s Largo it music dealer special big savings on selected styles of women and teenage girls Nam Brand shoes naturalized miss wonderful Viner casuals Reg Price to $24 of Sale Price s79�?T tom8vv Register each Day for �?~100c to be Given away. No obligation to boy open Friday nights til 8v30 it s a put a surf for our trained personae to serve you Quality shoe store expert shoe fitters i 37 s. Main St. A downtown High Point Mavis Molina lost 66 lbs. I or a a a a if aft j Here a Mavis Molina Al 204 lbs. Mavis found the ads plan was All she needed to gel Down to Chi Tbs. Trans world Westchester Wall High Point . A i m English married to an american air Force Man say Mavis Molina. A when we came to the states we hoped to go to Florida because i love the Sun Quot but they ended up in North Dakota where Drift of Snow separated the in houses on the base. Instead of ploughing out Mavis stayed inside eating from december till june and wound up at 204 pounds. Thais when she decided to try the ads plan. Taken As directed ads reducing flan Candy help satisfy your appetite. You eat in on the Ayd plan because you actually want leu. So you lose weight naturally and sensibly. A those ads really helped satisfy my appetite and soon the weight started coming off. I Hen we moved to Florida and hat gave me even More incentive to reduce because i Didi want to he a fat Blob on a Beach of Bikini Sli the ads plan really worked Beau fully for Mavis. She lost 66 pounds on it and lot of Sunshine came into her life. Ads contains vitamins and minerals but i drugs. And it comes in four delicious Flavo see what the ads plan can do for you. 10� 3604 High Point re. Bond Plantation at Holden Toad Greensboro . To 4 ads kudu int plan Filiti in i a in ii Milf fill Candy h Holly Nhi Moll lion co logo int from 1-15 Burlington . Mann drug stores

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