High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 16 1972, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 16, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Mrs. Ricky Harold Staton Staton Rector vows announced Deborah Anne Rector daughter of or. And mrs. John m. Rector and Ricky Harold Staton were married on oct. 12 in a 7 30 . Ceremony at Springfield Baptist Church. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Hubert h. Staton of 706 Park St. The Rev. Darrell Lee Cox was officiating minister. Wedding musicians were mrs. Barbara Leach organist and mrs. Ethel Baylis vocalist. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace Over taffeta designed in 18th Century fashion. She wore a Long lace Mantilla and carried a nosegay of White roses carnations and Stepha Notis showered with White Satin ribbons. Maid of Honor to the Bride was miss Elizabeth Staton sister of the bridegroom. Bridesmaids were miss Vickie Price. Miss Janice Cox and mrs. Jeffrey Fowler. Bridesmaids wore Long Empire Art of drying Flowers outlined for club mrs. P. L. White gave an illustrated talk on the Art of drying Flowers for members of monday 6 30 . A Solo parents 7 30 . A Flower arranging 7 30 . A Square dance lessons tuesday 9 30 a m. To a m. A 10 30 a m. 12 30 . 6 15 -7 30 pm Bridge 7 30 . Sewing 7 30 . 7 30 . 7 30 . A needlepoint advanced Bridge ladies dip double m club b amp p club a advanced a intermediate karate exercise scuba diving wednesday 9 30 am. A intermediate sewing 9 30 a m. A beginner Art 9 30 a m. A exercise 10 30 a m. A ladies dip noon a realtors 12 15 . A where forum 7 30 . A know your Antiques 7 33 . A typing 7 30 . A duplicate Bridge 7 30 . A Interior decorating the Sunset Garden club of Archdale and Trinity when they met Friday evening in the social Hall of Archdale friends meeting House. Mrs. White said Flowers should be fresh and . She demonstrated How they should be wired placed in containers covered with Silica Jel and sealed. She stated they should remain sealed for at least a week. The guest speaker was introduced by mrs. H. R. Ashmore. Hostesses for the meeting were mrs. Ashmore and mrs. H. S. Spencer. The meeting was conducted by mrs. Leroy Hancock president. Mrs. C. J. Morgan chairman of the beautification and conservation committee reported that plants have been ordered for the groups projects and that the Pride and patience club wants to help in the beautification plans of setting crepe myrtles and dogwoods along the streets and Highway 62. Reports were Given on the District Garden club meeting held in Elkin on oct. 12. Making the reports were mrs. Hancock mrs. Albert Gross and mrs. E. W. Auman. Mrs. J. C. Collett revealed plans for the Christmas dinner to be held at Thomasville woman a club in Thomasville on dec. 8. Following the meeting a salad course was served. Carpet cleaning the revolutionary Mew method deep steam l i no Sud sing Atter effect you know it s clean because you see the dirt being removed free estimate Quality carpet cleaning etch Point Enterprise Llie world of a latest w 0 m f n arrivals i i v if j. Jul i i Bodric Epps Sepe Adelaide Wendler women s editor monday october 16, 1972. 6-a mrs. Vav. W. Hodgin tells How to design terrariums gowns of Gold trimmed with Bronze. They wore Matching headpieces with attached veils. The Matron of Honor wore a dress of identical design in red trimmed in White. The maid of Honor carried a nosegay of White Daisy pompous and red carnations. Bridesmaids carried nosegay of yellow and Orange Daisy pompous. The bridegrooms father was Best Man and Ushers were Bobby Myers Monroe Cox or. And Pete Fowler. Tile Bride is a graduate of Allen Jay High school where she was a member of the Civin ettes the chorus Aln Jahi staff and a bus Driver. She is employed at Foley a inc. Or Staton attended High Point Central High school. He will be entering the u. S. Air Force later this month. A reception took place following the wedding in the recreation Hall of the Church. The party was Given by the parents of the Bride. A program on terrariums was Given by mrs. W. W. Hodgin at the meeting of wild Flower Garden club thursday evening. The club met with mrs. Worth Ivey at her Home on Woodrow Avenue. Displaying several she has made mrs. Hodgin illustrated How themes such As Christmas easter thanksgiving and other special Days can be emphasized in terrariums. She suggested that they be made with moisture Moss a Quarter Inch of Sand or rocks and one Inch of soil. She said that when plants Are placed inside the Container and made air tight they will grow rapidly. She suggested using charcoal to keep the Mold off the plants. Mrs. Hodgin gave a history of terrariums crediting or. O. Nathaniel Ward surgeon with the discovery of plants growing in sealed bottles. Later Tea plants were sent this Way mrs. Hodgin explained. To open the meeting mrs. Hodgin president read the conservation poem of the Garden club of North Carolina inc. The club voted to Send a Check to the world gardening project. A fund raising project also was discussed and members voted to sell stationery note cards and place Mats with . Scenes. Mrs. Ralph Vance gave the Garden Council report and reminded members that they Are to go to Astor dowdy towers to help with decorations on dec. 7. Mrs. Paul r. Spencer stated that now is the time to Plant bulbs. She stressed that directions on the packages should be observed. Mrs Worth Ivey and miss Gladis Kivett reported on the District Garden club meeting they attended in Elkin on oct. 12. Mrs. Paul Spencer and miss Bessie Pope also attended. Mrs. R. B. Moore reported on the recent Standard Flower show sponsored by the High housewarming Given for bridal couple a housewarming was Given yesterday to pay Honor to or. And mrs. Herman r a y e Huggins. The event was Given at their apartment on it. 6, Thomasville. Hostesses were mrs. Zansev neighbors and miss Melody Huggins Sisters of or. Huggins. About 125 guests called during the late afternoon. Or. And mrs. Herman Huggins parents of the bridegroom and or. And mrs. Eugene Walton parents of the Bride were among the guests. The honoured couple was married on sept. 29 at Green Street Baptist Church. Mrs. Huggins is the former miss Patti Jean Walton. The Bride was presented with a Corsage of yellow carnations and the bridegroom had a yellow boutonniere. The gift of the hostesses was a Ceramic fruit arrangement. The serving area was decorated in a yellow color theme As were other areas of the apartment. The serving table was entered with yellow Shasta daisies. The hostesses were assisted by mrs. Clayton blizzard. Dogwood gardeners hear mrs. Cottam mrs. R. T. Cottam explained the Steps in making a ter uranium at the meeting of the Dogwood Garden club at the Home of mrs. Frank h Wood Book review club meets thursday the Owca Book review group will meet on thursday morning at 10 30 of clock in the lounge of the y on Gatewood Avenue. Members of the Canterbury club will act As hostesses. Mrs. I. Paul Ingle will give the program and will use two sources As material. Her review will Combine a future Shock a by Alfred Toffler and a you can to eat magnolias a a compilation of essays published by the Lamar society. Book review is a Public service feature sponsored by the adult committee of the Owca and is open to the Public. Anyone interested in attending will be Welcome. Or. Mrs. H c. Pearson was associate hostess. Mrs. Cottam displayed several terrariums she has made noting How they can be designed in different shapes and designs. She stated that the secret of healthy terrariums is in getting the proper Cycle of moisture. Mrs. Ernest Freeman introduced the speaker. Mrs. Herman Crawford urged All members to assist in cleaning the clubs plot prior to the furniture Market. It was announced that the annual Dogwood Sale will be held at the plot on Emery Wood drive and West Lexington Avenue on nov. 17 and 18 with mrs. Frank h. Wood in charge. Mrs. Carlton Clinard president announced that the november meeting will have for a theme a sharing Christmas mrs. Herman Crawford and mrs. Robert c. Griffith will be associate hostesses. Best steaks anywhere Day phone 476 7290 night 475-3010 is burial that time of the month ? Doe your ring slip Oil your Finger easily or does it hopelessly get tuck Pielow your knuckle during the Days of the pre menstrual and menstrual it period it May Tell whether you Are retaining 1uid in the ays tem Lindy bloating water that often builds up due to overtired near areas during the menstrual stages. Amazing new a Pei. A water i Illa a gentle diuretics helps you lose a much As s pounds of this water weight gain and helps to relieve tidy bloating puffiness when body water retention a swells Quot your Waist thighs Tummy legs Arm. Stay As slim As you Are ask for x ski Quot water on our guarantee of satisfaction or Money Back let it today at 9 ,4 eckers drug stores \ i i i or Lei Quot of pc p the amp a a it re a a a a a it p ii i l. / or casual dress Welcome ally peddle Steak mouse Tel. 883-2412 High Point Aii Abc permit Point Garden Council. Members winning Blue ribbons were mrs. E a. Hatcher miss Kivett mrs. Ivey mrs. Hodgin mrs. Ernest Mccall and mrs. John t. Moore or. Twenty seven Blue ribbons were won by the seven. Four yellow and three honorable mention awards were won by other club members. It was announced that the next meeting will be a program on Christmas decorations to be Given by mrs. Robert Menius o f Asheboro. Mrs. Ives and her associate hostess mrs. D. L. Bouldin served refreshments at the close of the meeting. Social Calendar monday 7 30 . A musical arts club holds a business meeting in the Asbury room of Wesley memorial United methodist Church. This is followed at 8 of clock with a member performance program. 8 . A Christmas in october is observed b y women of the Moose during their meeting at the Moose Home on n. Main Street. Tuesday la a m. A Wayside Garden club meets with mrs. C. C. Herbert 2718 Chilton pl., Charlotte. To am. A deep River Extension homemakers meet in the deep River friends educational building for a program by the county agent. Noon a hum a no Hoe Garden club meets with mrs. Jack Flynn 209 Hillcrest or. 7 pm. A mrs. Sarah Alexander of Rocky mount addresses members of the Pilot club of High Point and their guests meeting in the Fellowship Hall of first Baptist Church. 7 30 . A blues ladies of Maryfield nursing Home meet at the Home. Wednesday to a m. A Pine Hill Garden club meets with mrs. Walter h Krewson 103 Bramble dr., Jamestown. To a m. A Home and Garden club meets with mrs. C. R. Hinshaw 902 rotary or. 10 30 a in. A out our Way Garden club members meet in the k Mart parking lot and go from there to groundhog Mountain for a meeting. Or. And mrs. Alphonso Epps 413 Hay St., announce the birth of their son Bodric Laguan on oct. 12 at High Point memorial Hospital. Charles Hoover or. Or. And mrs. Charles Franklin Hoover of it. 4, High Point Are parents of a son Charles Franklin jr., who was born on oct. 9 at the High Point Hospital. Timothy Walters or. And mrs. Cecil Walters of it. 4, High Point announce the birth of their son Timothy Cecil on oct. La at the local Hospital. Bryan Tolson or. And mrs. Michael r. Tolson of it. 3, Circle drive Thomasville Are parents of a son Bryan Michael who was bom on oct. To at the High Point Hospital. Mrs. Tolson is the former Janet Warren of Thomasville. Christopher Long or. And mrs. Robert h. Long of it. 7, Greensboro announce the oct. To arrival of their son Christopher Scott at High Point memorial Hospital. Tracy Draughn or. And mrs. Jimmy Draughn of it. 4. High Point Are parents of a daughter Tracy Dawn who was born on oct. 12 at the local Hospital. Mrs. Draughn is the former Jane Martin of High Point. Penny soles or. And mrs. Bill soles of 205 w. Parkway announce the birth of a daughter. Penny sue who was born at the local Hospital on oct. 12. Consuela Simms or. And mrs. Clarence Edward Simms of 511 h. East Commerce St. Are parents of a daughter Consuela de Cor who was born on oct. At the High Point Hospital. Terry Marion or. And mrs. Ronald Marion of 1422 Trinity ave. Announce the oct. To arrival at High Point memorial Hospital of their son Terry Lee. Lose weight this week Odri nex can help you become the trim slim person you want to be Odri nex is a tiny Tablet and easily swallowed con Tams no dangerous drugs no starving. No special exercise. 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Let oui trained representative Coll in the privacy of your Home and help you select your fabrics and colors. Call today us your Bank am Ricard or master charge plan. Instant credit up to 45 Days til first payment graft upholstery go. Phone 476-6229 Mon. Fri. Til 5 . After 5 . Amp on saturdays phone 475-3138 or 475-1968 249-1 71 8 or 731-2943 Lexington n. C. Custom made drapes a swags 7 of at Garden Center mrs. E. A Koonce president of the nature study Garden club designed this arrangement displayed at Sears Garden Center. The arrangement is composed of wild asters White dahlias yellow chrysanthemums and Batchelor buttons. Staff photo by Sonny Hedgecock Debbie Ellington honoured at party miss Debbie Ellington Bride elect of Joel Lockhart was complimented at a floating bridal Shower on Friday evening Given by mrs. Barbara Lockhart at her Home on Don Avenue. Mrs. Lockhart presented the honoree a Corsage of yellow daisies. Later she added an electric Percolator to the Shower of gifts. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a lace cloth Over Green Linen. At the Center was an arrangement of yellow and White daisies. Special guests were mrs. Oscar Ellington Mother of the Bride elect and mrs. Albert Lockhart Mother of the bridegroom elect. Miss Ellington and or. Lockhart will be married on nov. 4 in a 7 p. In. Ceremony at Springfield friends meeting House. Tension of you suffer from simple every Day nervous tension then you should be taking . Tablets for Relief. Call on the druggist at the drug store listed below and ask him about . Tablets. They re Safe non habit forming and with our guarantee you will lose your every Day jitters or receive your Money Back. Don t accept a substitute for Relief buy . Tablets today. Eckers drug stores introductory offer Worth $1.50 buy one Small Aile . Get one free. 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