High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 20 1976, Page 18

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 20, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 2b High Point Enterprise wednesday october 20, 1976 Donna Teresa Yates is Shirley Farlow Kay Rumley honoured at Shower Bride of Robert Farlow feted miss Donna Teresa Yates daughter of or. And mrs. H. D Yates of Forrest Street. Bet ame the Bride of Robert Keith Farlow in a 2 . Ceremony on oct. 17 at Rankin memorial United methodist Church. Or. Farlow is the son of or. And mrs. H. K. Farlow of Carr Street Rev Charlie Adams officiated at the ceremony and wedding musicians were Rhonda Moore and Melissa Caudle Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attended by Debbie Yates maid of Honor. Best Man to the bridegroom was his father and serving As Ushers were Danny Lewis Stan Moore David Foxworth and Pete Lockheart. The Bride attended t. Wingate Andrews High school. Or Farlow attended High Point Central High school and is employed at Reliance Universal the couple is residing at 702 Kennedy St. Latest arrivals Cynthia Lambeth or and mrs. Alvin Lambeth of it. 2, Thomasville announce the birth of their daughter Cynthia Marie who was born on oct. 16 at the High Point Hospital. Derrick Cole or. And mrs. Gurney Cole of it. 3, High Point Are parents of a son Derrick Wayne. The child was born on oct. 17 at the local Hospital. Mrs Cole is the former Debra Ashwell of High Point. Martha Stout or and mrs. Charles Stout of 804 Adrian or Virginia Beach va., Are parents of a daughter Martha Elizabeth who was born on oct. 15 at High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Robert Keith Farlow piano recital Given by miss Williams Teresa Williams a student at Ragsdale High school presented a piano recital in the Sanctuary of Jamestown United methodist Church on sunday at 3 . Miss Williams was assisted by Melinda Williams flautist. Composers on the program included Telemann Haydn Beethoven. Chopin Bartok. Tchernin and Martini. The composition played by Melinda Williams was the second minuet for the flute from a Al Arles Enne suite a by Bizet. Follow ing the program a reception was held for the performers and their friends. Hosted by or. And mrs. Houston Williams it was held in the Church Fellowship Hall assisting was Ernestine Fields miss Williams piano teacher. Serving refreshments were mrs w. H Dillon. Mrs. John Barnes and mrs. Hurdle Lea. Class on food buying planned at Owca on thursday evening at 7 30 of clock the Owca will offer the first in a series of three seminars on smart food shopping. The class will be conducted by Howard Degard of food world. Sessions will include tips on seasonal buying unit pricing cuts of meat and the Best Day of the week to shop cup this add i Mann drug # 3 so South min Street for food. Meats produce and groceries will headline tag series for three consecutive thursday evenings. Door prizes will be awarded by food world. Owca membership is not required for participants. Further information May be obtained by contacting the Owca 5 hours Only Friday october 22 la am. Til 4 . $095 bring Thisa save with Matching expansion band full <2 year written of. Guarantee bring i his advertisement with 8 95 to our store and receive one of our genuine 124.50 Type Brand new Swiss imported jewelry Quality wrist watches keeps Correct time compare with any wrist watch Selling for $24 50 for style Beauty and appearance. Sweep second band precision made Shock resistant dust resistant lifetime unbreakable Crystal. Fleet topically timed never before has such a Low Price bought such High Quality and so , a watch come Early Supply limited now you can own a Fine time piece with precision accuracy and Long time Quality craftsmanship at a Low Price. Lifetime unbreakable mainspring limit 3 watches per and Calendar watch 995 no fed. Tax also Lordios 7 boys girls 3 no fed. Tax clip this and famous Man made counterfeit Diamond Sale 5 hours Friday la a.m.-4 . Bring this certificate and $5.95 and receive a ladies Sterling Silver or to Al Gold filled ring with a it size Imp at Ion Kimberly Diamond reproduction flashing with Rainbow fire so Beautiful and attractive your friends will never know millionaires sociable movie stars Wear these and keep their genuine diamonds in safety vaults compare see if you can Tell the difference you have been Reading about these amazing rings which have been sold for $30 of $40 of per Carat. $c95 with this Coupon come see our Large selection other styles $5.?5-$19.?5 Princess rings cocktail rings $5.95 $19.95 As illustrated Mann drug # 3 800 South main Street we Flash mens rings ik9s by up Shirley Farlow Bride elect of Ray Cecil was honoured saturday afternoon with a bridal luncheon in the Home of mrs. John d. Ridge at route 3. Upon her arrival miss Farlow was presented a Corsage of White daisies. Later the hostesses added Silver to her Shower of gifts. The entertaining area was decorated in autumn colors with Pyra Cantha berries used to accented place settings and the Centrepieces on the head table. The Bride elect chose this occasion to present favors to her attendants. Special guests at the event were mrs. Stanley Farlow and mrs. Erwin Cecil mothers of the bridal couple mrs. Cora Mcdowell grandmother of the honoree mrs. Jim Shackelford and mrs. Stanton Hockett Sisters of the Bride elect and mrs. Thomas Huff sister of the bridegroom elect. Miss Farlow and or. Cecil will be married saturday evening in a 7 30 . Ceremony at Marlboro friends meeting House bread making planned Greensboro Basic Steps in making yeast bread will be discussed and demonstrated on wednesday from 9 30 a in. Until noon and 7 . Until 9 at the agricultural building. Mrs. J. I. Wagoner bread maker and Market seller will give instructions for making Basic White bread whole wheat or Oatmeal bread Rye bread and swedish braid at the morning class Only. Maude Middleton Home economics Extension agent will instruct at both classes. Enrolment is limited to 50 people and pre registration is required the deadline Date is oct. 18. Call 375-5876. Hay Rumley. Bride elect of Toby Worrell was honoured saturday evening at a floating miscellaneous bridal Shower held in the Home of mrs. Toni Hill on route 4. Hostesses were mrs. Hill sister of the bridegroom elect and Doris Worrell sister in Law of or. Worrell. Approximately 15 guests called Between the hours of 7 and 9 . Miss Rumley was presented a Corsage of handmade Blue silk Flowers and Gypsophila when she arrived gifts were displayed on a table covered with a White Linen cloth overlaid with old English lace. At the Center Xmas pageant planned Charleston s. Cd the Carolina Christmas pageant will be held dec 4 in North Charleston. The event is open to girls in North and South Carolina Between the Ages of 2 and 25 six crowns will be awarded in separate divisions. Further information May be obtained by writing p. O. Box 33056, Charleston s. C., 29407. Place to set at Eye level Rotterdam Netherlands was a if television is giving you a pain in the neck change the position of your set. A either that or sit on the floor to watch the programs a a or. Joanna dohme advised coeds Here the physical fitness expert added that the television set should be at least two feet above one s chair seat. A if the screen is level with your eyes the picture won t give you physical promised the doctor. A still some of the programs might a was a lighted White taper in a Hurricane lamp encircled with greenery and tuberose a Novelty Bride and bridegroom flanked the Candle. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a Blue cloth overlaid with old English lace at the Center was an arrangement of Blue White and Pink daisies flanked by Blue tapers in Silver Hurricane Globe holders. Punch was served from a Small table covered with a White Linen cloth. Special guests included mrs. A. Rumley and mrs Boyd Worrell mothers of the bridal couple mrs. Joe a. Hill of Thomasville aunt of or. Worrell and mrs. Vance Rumley sister in Law of the honoree. The hostess added a digital clock radio and cookware to the honoree s Shower of gifts. Miss Rumley and or. Worrell will speak their vows of marriage in a 7 30 ceremony on nov. 19 at first Wesleyan Church. Wilson certified Franks 12 of. 53 i Ifju Wilson certified Bacon a 93 Wilson smoked pork chops la. 1.49 Columbia food markets 2401 n. Main a 810 s. Main a 220 n. Centennial open 8 00 til 9 30 Mon sat. Closed on sunday we d like your children to come help us celebrate our first year of operation in Greensboro and High Point. And. During the month of october Well make it a Little easier for you to treat your children to the advantages of mini Stool a All new enrolments taken during october will receive a full four weeks of care at half the regular Price. What s More new children transferring from other centers will not be charged a registration fee. Mini Stool is always a great bargain in child care mini Stool Means Complete child care. The Best for your children from three months old through kindergarten. We offer a fully qualified staff carefully selected for just the right combination of personal warmth and affection balanced with educational knowledge. Well fill your child a Day with personal attention that involves games toys special teaching aids and lots of love. We provide the Best in creative child care. At reasonable costs. And now until the end of october mini Stool is a better bargain than Ever. But hurry this offer expires october 31. Call your Stool director. And arrange a tour of your child a place 3404 on your or child a r first month at mini Stool Manl a a Stool because you really care. We Al Ali Greensboro High Point 2su� i midair my 2203 s. Chapman Ai foul lion. Reaia mail pm of 11 be do Lone ital 288 4593 292 770j due a Tor director mrs timid Williams or. June Kirkman 5508 w. Friendly drive Guilford cottage 294-0580 direct or i Lind Metier 4116 Walker ? of Greensboro Between Holden 6 of to Market by or l off ally Alt re 294-5745 shopping cd director 887 2649 or Juanita Price director or mtg a

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