High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 18 1974, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 18, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Talented designer creates unique furniture settings a 1v a. A jul Dana at work arranging accessories to complement the furniture is a last minute task for Dana. Here she has chosen mexican items to add interest to Stanley s Caliente collection. So of photo by Mirk Austin High Point Enterprise the world of Adelaide Wendler to mens editor Friday october 18. 1974. Page 6a Wilmer Mizell Speaks of Aba Bosses banquet rep. Wilmer Motzell was guest speaker at the meeting of chair City chapter of Aba in Thomasville tuesday evening. The event marked the chapters Bosses night banquet. Sixty five persons were present to hear the District 5 representative who praised the Progress of women and complemented them on their a hard earned he pointed out that of the problems facing America inflation is the biggest and that women Are the number one fighters since they Are the main customers mrs. Eugene Saunders instructor of nursing at High Point memorial Hospital was vocational speaker. The highlight of the evening was the naming of the woman of the year and the Boss of the year. Mrs. Saunders won the Honor auxiliary to visit Salisbury Hospital plans were finalized for a trip to Salisbury v a Hospital on oct. 20 at the meeting of the auxiliary to vow Post 619 on tuesday evening at the Post Home on South Elm Street refreshments will be served to patients and their guests after a Bingo game. Members Are to meet at the Hospital at 2 p m. Mrs. Carrie Beal president conducted the meeting and welcomed a new member mrs. James Driggers mrs Beal mrs. Hazel Hinson and Jean Polson reported that they made a trip to Mccain Sanitorium on oct. 12. They took material to the patients there. Mrs. Beal noted that a letter of appreciation has been received from the wooden spool chapter of the american business women a Assn. For the Flag which the auxiliary presented to them. The auxiliary voted to pre sent a Flag to the developmental Day care Center at the Clara Cox apts and one to the Center on beddings Street. Members were reminded of the buddy poppy Sale to be held on nov. 9. The group also voted to invite Post members to the nov. 19 meeting at 7 p m a covered dish supper will take place. Latest in veils James Duggins or. And mrs James c Duggins of 508 South Road Are the parents of a son. James Michael born on get 17 at High Point memorial Hospital. Cina Johnson or. And mrs Phil Johnson of Thomasville announce the birth of their daughter Gina Elizabeth on oct. 16 at High Point memorial Hospital Robert Smith or. And mrs. Robert d Smith of route 5 Are the parents of a son Robert Grayson born on oct. 16 at High Point memorial Hospital. Jason Everhart the oct. 15 birth of their Ion Jason Micah at the High Point Hospital is being announced by or and mrs. Johnny Ray Everhart of route 5 mrs Everhart is the former Vickie Paul n Susan Bailey or. And mrs. Dennis Bailey of 318 Summit re announce the birth of their daughter Susan Lynn on oct. 16 at High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Bailey is the former Joyce Roach Andrea Leigh or and mrs Sam t Leigh of route 3 Are the parents of a daughter Andrea Janelle born Oft 15 at the High Point Hospital mrs. Leigh is the former Ellen Harris of Chatham a Lakeya Rice or. And mrs Odell Rice of 713 Habersham Are the parents of a daughter Lakeya Sharee born on oct 13 at High Point memorial Hospital. Brad Lawson or. And mrs David Lawson 2806-4 Moreland announce the birth of their son Brad Elliott on oct. 16 at High Point memorial Hospital. Along with Elmo Allgood. Mrs. Saunders is a former chapter president and serves As chairman of the ways and Means committee or. Allgood who is principal of Thomasville senior High school is a High Point native. He was graduated from Alexander Wilson High school and High Point College cum laude in 1949. He received his master of education degree in 1955 from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and an advanced degree from the University of North Carolina in 1967. He has also done doctoral study at Duke University. He and his wife have three sons and attend first Baptist Church in Thomasville. Mrs. Bill Dorsett presented the award to her Boss. Mrs Eddie Black conducted the meeting and the invocation was Given by mrs. Jeff Phillips the Aba history was Given by mrs. Jim Broos. A Western theme was employed in the decorations and dress for the evening. Jim Birgess. Kirk Rich and Kelly Lawson provided entertainment in the form of songs and a sing along. Cheryl Colaman feted miss Cheryl Cockman. Bride elect of Jerry Stamen was honoured at a floating bridal Shower in the Fellowship Hall of Glenola Baptist Church hostesses for the party were miss Sherry Coble miss Clarice Davis miss Tina Nelson and miss Kathryn Wall. When she arrived miss Cockman received a Corsage of yellow carnations traditional bridal colors were used to decorate the entertaining area of the Fellowship Hall and refreshments were served from a table covered with Green and yellow lace and entered with an arrangement of Green and White Flowers. Lighted candles were on either Side of the Floral arrangement. Among the guests was the Mother of the Bride elect mrs James Cockman miss Cockman and or. Starney will be married on nov. I Ai Cedar Square friends meeting House in Randleman by Adelaide Wendler Enterprise women a editor i can to say i was the Best student in my Art classes at High Point Central High school a Dana Pringle recalls. A but i be always known that i wanted to pursue a career in today the Willowy Brown haired career woman is associated with Wayne Nash in design factory formerly design Iii located at 1920 s. Main St Dana is vice pasient and or. Nash president of the firm which employs several persons. A first rate Interior designer and photographer Dana also has designed furniture. For the october furniture Market which opened today she completed showroom interiors for Vaughan Bassett Landes Jackson of Danville. Wayn line. Rachum twin Oaks. Chestnut Creek Howard in Hickory Crawford of Jamestown Isenberg table co. And Stanley. At the same time she has been working on two condominiums for the Mead corp. At sea Island i used to suffer from pre Market tension but now have that under control a says the designer As she relaxes for a moment in the Stanley furniture showrooms on the 10th floor of the Southern furniture marketing if the furniture is late in arriving the Wall paper not Hung until a Day or two before the opening and the fabric you be counted on does t arrive at All. One learns that somehow it will All be pulled together and the stage will be set for the opening her Lustrous Brown hair is worn in a smooth Short style and her work uniform is sleekly tailored pants worn with blouses sweaters and suede jackets to complement the clothes she wears pounds of Turquoise and Silver Indian jewelry. A i love it and collect it whenever i see it a she explains. After her graduation from High Point Central High the native High Pointer attended Ringling school of Art in Sarasota Fla. Where she received a design certificate. She also attended Manatee Junior College in Bradenton where she majored in Art. Returning to High Point her first jobs were in furniture design. She branched out into display and on a retainer basis designed Stanley furniture showrooms in Atlanta Dallas san Francisco new York Chicago and High Point. A since my work requires at least two months of travel during the year in a fortunate in having my Mother mrs. Wilma Freeman living with me she takes Good care of my daughters Kim 12, and Holly 6. We live in a condominium. I love color but at Home in be decorated with Earth colors a shades of rust Browns and soft yellows a because they Are restful. I appreciate any style of furniture that is Well designed and presently Ain living with since she has a particular fondness for Woods the Wood pieces in her Home Are of teak and Rosewood a i have used Rattan and Glass and a few Antiques in the mix and lots and lots of plants my dining room Turik Tefet a. Yippee by Green things do Well because i talk to them a she quips a innovative design is Dana s Forte according to her associates a unique boys room setting she did for the Stanley showroom proves her versatility and feeling for the unusual. A i grow tired of the typical nautical and sports themes employed so often in boys rooms so i decided upon a tree House effect for this collection a she Points out. One Wall of the Bay is covered with old newspapers and Magazine pages while the other three Walls Are covered in Brown wrapping paper. She invited her daughters to come Down to the space gave them drawing pencils and told them to cover the Walls with grandma Moses Type line drawings. For inspiration Dana subscribes to every Magazine that might suggest new ideas to her. She also takes her camera wherever she goes and snaps pictures of architectural shapes a sometimes i have a tendency to run completely dry of ideas. When that happens i know it $ time for a change of scenery. I take the children and we head for the mountains where we lunch by a Stream Wade in the water or just sit quietly and enjoy the majesty of the mountains. This generally brings me Back to a creative state once each showroom residence apartment or condominium is planned on paper in the office on main Street before any decorating is done. A we have carpet samples Wall paper books and everything we need there. I guess that a Why we work under pressure so Well. After we be seen it on paper we know that it will work and we know that there Are alternatives if our plan cannot be carried out exactly As it s done on paper. Now that the showrooms Are completed Dana says that she May take a Day or two off and indulge in her favorite sport fishing and boating. Scuba diving class planned at Owca budding artists Holly left and Kim did t have to be urged to come Down to the showroom to paint pictures. Both children Are artistically inclined Holly a bubbly 6-year-old says a Mommy this is really it a a a photo by mar i it a striking showcase Zigzag bands of color create a bold graphic background for the Landes Pacifica bedroom group and Palo Alto dining group. A the mural attracts the Eye. Rid. Only to itself but More importantly to he furniture on display in this area of the Landes she comments Dana who styled the settings. Rita Jean Rowe is Bride of Craig Mccormick the Owca will offer a class in scuba diving starting oct 22 the class will last six weeks from 7 30-10 30 p m. Tuesday evenings there will be a one and one half room session followed by an one and one half Pool session. Classes will cover such topics As Basic scuba equipment physical aspects of diving diving Laws medical aspects of diving calculations dive tables environment and Marine life and safety and dive planning. Wale work sessions will include such topics As use of Basic skin and scuba gear scuba lifesaving entries Etc. There will be two open water checkout dives to be set up according to students schedules Many Are under the impression that scuba is an unsafe dangerous even reckless sport. Not so if taught by qualified scuba instructors who believe in safety common sense diving and physical conditioning says Donnie Crotts instructor this is the Type of instruction received at the Owca minimum age is 12 years. The certification is through the professional Assoc of diving instructors p a d i or Myca. Students must furnish their own bathing suits Caps and towels All other equipment excluding the wet suit is furnished with the Cost of the course. Membership is required for further information Contact the Owca Donnie Crotts 882-4126. Credit women name Delegate to meeting Shirley Peatross was elected Delegate to the fall Hoard meeting of credit women International when the local club met thursday for lunch at the Owca the fall meeting will be held nov. 9 and in in Greenville each member was asked to make plans to attend is. Peatross conducted the business session and introduced As a guest Betty Barnes of a a a Toyota. Invocation was Given by Emily fallen Stem Agnes Rucki was in charge at the program which was an exam of the Manuel a wheels of announcement is made of the marriage of miss Rita Jean Rowe and Craig Nelson Mccormick on oct 6 at first Church of god in High Point. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Larry Mobley and wedding music was presented by Chi Chi Mobley organist and David Clemens vocalist. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a White Chiffon and lat e gown and a tiered Chapel length veil of illusion she carried a bouquet of White Flowers attending the Bride were Coleen Rowe and Nancy love bridesmaids and Melinda southards Matron of Honor. Diane hush was maid of Honor and Robin Southard was Flower girl. Attending the bridegroom were Ronald Foster Dewey Rowe Michael Hill and Gary Klass Best Man was David Mccormick following a wedding trip to the Beach the couple will reside at 902 Gaines ave High Point. Anniversary plans told the missionary society of first Emmanuel Baptist Church will observe its 30th anniversary on sunday at 3 pm at the Church on Leonard Avenue the Rev. E j. Love. Pastor of new Hope Baptist Church will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Craig Nelson Mccormick Pix club donates to cancer society members of the Phi club voted to make a donations of $25 to the american cancer society in memory of mrs Virginia Kennerly a fellow member of the Pix club of Charlotte who died on Ort 2 the meeting was held at the Home of mrs Uldean Smith and decorated throughout for halloween members arrived in typical costumes for the of Casten and were served a switches brew a by mrs Smith and mrs. Earlene Wray hostesses it was decided to hold a covered dish supper on dec. 12 in the Home of mrs Alice Saint Sig for Christmas mrs Stella Scott will head the menu committee mrs. Betty Lewis of the Community general Hospital in Thomasville visited the club. The door prize was won by Brenda Albertson. I he next meeting will he held in the Home of mrs. Pat Bodenhamer

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