High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Oct 29 1974, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 29, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Girl scouts have fun Day outdoor Cooks outdoor cooking is demonstrated by this group of girl scouts from troop 432, Burlington. Left to right in the front Row Are Linda Stewart and Carline Gidd. In the Back Row 1-r Are Caroline Hardison Pamela Maynard Amy Gatlin and Sandy Klug. Jamestown three Hundred girl scouts and their leaders had a a fun Day at Ragsdale school on saturday the event was programmed around two challenges a the arts and the out of door j. During the morning session the scouts set up Booths and displays on such subjects As camping outdoor cooking wild edible plants arts and crafts hooked rugs Corn Husk dolls first Aid quilting ceramics skits dancing and songs the afternoon session consisted of programs by noun sultans who gave programs of an educational value. Bill Faver from High Point showed slides on the environment. Pack a no paddle inc. Showed slides and talked on camping and backpacking Virginia Moomaw and the unc a dance school demonstrated skills and techniques. The Day closed with a Flag ceremony and a scouts own program he High Point Enterprise it a of is the world of la of i pc j Adelaide Wendler women s editor tuesday october 29, 1974. Page 6a Cathy Ann Cashatt weds Dennis Ray Wilkins Craft display Phyllis White and Nancy Coble 1-r leaders of troop 95 Greensboro Are seated at a table where items made by their girl scout members Are displayed. Stott photo by Sonny Hedgecock Linda Hohne feted miss Linda Hohne. Bride elect of Timothy Pegram was entertained at a luncheon at the Home of mrs. Jack Dickinson. Joining with mrs. Dickinson to entertain was her daughter mrs. Jack Miller of Pfafftown. Luncheon was served from a table covered with a White cutwork cloth and entered with an arrangement of red and Pink roses and Gyp Sophila. The hostesses presented the honoree with a cup and Saucer in her second China the guests brought some of their favorite recipes for the Bride elect. Guests included mrs. George Hohne and mrs. Malcolm Pegram mothers of the bridal couple. Miss Hohne and or. Pegram will wed on saturday evening at St. Mary s episcopal Church. Mrs. Thompson Thompson Cullom vows said Alice Hawkins Cullom became the Bride of Monroe e. Thompson of Greensboro on sunday at 2 pm. In a double ring ceremony officiated by the Rev. C. C. Perdue in his Home. Mrs. Thompson is the daughter of the late or. And mrs. Jimmy d. Hawkins of Roanoke rapids. Or. Thompson is the son of or. And mrs. Robert Thompson of Gretna a. Mrs. Thompson is employed at a amp p store at Westchester mall. Or. Thompson is owner and operator of Pepp Ridge bread products in Greensboro. The couple will make their Home at 1113 Terrell St. A reception was Given by miss Connie Cullom daughter of the Bride of Roanoke rapids. Mrs. Jean Johnson of Trinity and mrs. Sue King also hosted the event held at the couple s Home following the wedding latest arrivals Christy Hauser or and mrs Gary Hauser announce the oct. 14 birth of their daughter Christy Paige at presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte mrs. Hauser is the former Melinda Moore of Trinity. Ralph Nader fan has a complaint dear Ann no Earth shattering problem but i love to complain. In the past months i have i. Mack a payment to a Bank against a new loan and it was credited to someone else s account. It seems the Bank gave me a Coupon Book with someone else s account number on it. 2 cashed a $25 Check at a drive in window and received Cash in the amount of $309. 3. Deposited my paycheck into my checking account and received a Deposit slip what next7 to an say or for $25 the discrepancy was approximately $600 in All these instances the errors were finally corrected but the Bank did not pay me a cent. Yet when i make a mistake. I am charged 3 or 4 dollars. Moreover they did t even bother to Apo Logue for wasting my time a in fact they became quite hostile and gave the impression that they do not make mistakes. Are Banks so wealthy they can afford to be snobbish a fan of Ralph Nader dear Nader fan i sent your letter to William f. Murray chairman of the Hoard of Harris Trust and savings Bank in Chicago. He replied dear Ann Landers that letter was a real horror store. Of i were that person i would change Banks. I Don t know what those $3 and $4 charges were for. But if a Bank is going to charge for overdrafts account balances that fall below a stated minimum and other occurrences associated with account relationships the customer has every right to expect top Grade service in return a not to mention Courtesy at All times. Arrogance toward the customer went out of fashion in the banking business a Long time ago a William f. Murray dear or. Murray thank you for sitting in my seat today. Your advice a change Banks a was right on the Button. I Hope the person who wrote a it and others who Are not treated with Courtesy by their Banks will follow your Wise counsel. Dear Ann my husband works nights and i became bored and restless a Young kid who lives next door he is 17 started to come Over and visit with me evenings. Before i knew it we were talking about some pretty intimate things. A cd is a cute kid and also a camera nut. He asked me to pose for some nude pictures one night and after about four Beers i agreed. Yesterday he showed me the pictures he had developed in his Darkroom and i nearly died. Everything shows. Quot a Quot offered me the Chance to buy the pictures and the negatives for $50 or head go to my husband it is Worth $50 to get this terrible thing off my mind. Please Rush your advice a and make it practical. In my scared to death dears the name of the game is Don t play. Tell your husband what you did and ask his forgiveness. As for that Quot cute kid Quot a he s a bum and if you let him in the House again you should have your head examined. Confidential to help help help o.k., Iti do what i can because i believe in your project. All readers who live in Michigan and Indiana a please Send your Sah Green Stamps and top value trading Stamps to gift of life 123rd . Army Reserve command 1616 North Meridian St., Indianapolis ind. 46202. Your Stamps will help buy kidney machines that spell the difference Between life and death. My thanks and god bless. Ann Landers. Done to flunk your chemistry test. Love is More than one set of glands calling to another if you have trouble making a distinction you need Annas Booklet. Quot love or sex and How to Tell the Send a Long self addressed stamped envelope with your request and 35 cents in Coin to Ann Landers . Box 1400, Elgin 111 60120. Randleman Cathy Ann Cashatt daughter of or. And mrs. Robert s. Cashatt of route i and Dennis Ray Wilkins son of or. And mrs Corbette Wilkins of it. 7, Asheboro were wed on sunday at Cedar Square friends Church the Rev. Ben Hurley officiated at the 3 . Vows and a prelude of nuptial music was presented by Lee Ann Davis organist and Sandy Davis soloist. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a formal gown of White sat Peau. The gown featured Venise lace appliques on the Long fitted sleeves around the Empire Waistline and around the victorian neckline. She wore a veil of Brussels lace purchased on a recent tour of aau hears mrs. Martin give review mrs. Carroll Martin reviewed the Book a a guerrilla in the Kitchen when members of the american Assn. Of University women met on monday evening at the k a w cafeteria at Westchester mall. The Paauw president miss Marjorie Elbom introduced mrs. Martin. It was announced that the High Point chapter of the Paauw sent two delegates miss Elbom and mrs. Roy d. Fowler jr., to the North Carolina division of the Paauw which met in Greenville on oct. 4-6. Mrs. Fowler reported that the theme for the annual convention was Quot global interdependence food. Oceans and nuclear she noted that the highlight of the convention was the banquet address Gay or. Anne Campbell president of Paauw and the Paauw educational foundation. She is currently director of Public affairs for the University of Nebraska. The keynote speaker was or. Nancy Joyner area representative for International relations. Following the Book review and reports plans were completed for the annual Book Sale which will be held on saturday at Westchester mall from to a in. Until 5 pm. Europe. Ellen Cashatt sister of the Bride and maid of Honor wore a Royal Blue velvet dress with a High Waistline accented with lace around the Yoke of the dress. She carried a Long stemmed mum. The Flower girl Tammy Wilkins sister of the bridegroom carried a Long stemmed mum. The bridegrooms father was Best Man. Ushers were Davis Cashatt. Brother of the Bride Bobby Wilkins brother of the bridegroom and Barry Wishon. The Bride is a graduate of Randleman High school and is attending Davidson county Community College. A graduate of Asheboro High school the bridegroom is employed by food town. The couple will reside on it. I. Sophia. A reception was held following the wedding in the basement of the Church. Vote Lucile Schwartz n c. House honesty a integrity a still the Best bargain in town. Mrs. Wilkins shampoo i set Siso was a a Mim culling. To mkt Kariho. Four i Imo porm. No appointment Ntim. Film a Cut Cirlo no appointment necessary Eastgate shopping Conter Gimoto o at i am Williams Flowers Quality Flowers a professional service Sou Inglish to Cail it Alii Guilford optical co. A free parking enter from main St. Neat to building 654 North main St Halfway matterhorn to Zurich. 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