High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Sep 5 1974, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 5, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Latest arrivals at luncheon meet mrs. Ron Stevens chairman of the social committee jr., mrs. Joe Hardee mrs. Billy Koontz and mrs. Welcomes 1-r mrs. Harold Bull mrs. N. H. Parrish Gary Honbarrier. $ioh�, Bah or. Women fete members honoured at the september meeting of the High Point Junior woman s club yesterday were the clubs associate members and new transfers. Associate members in attendance were mrs. Billy Koontz mrs. N. La. Parrish mrs. Harold Bull mrs. Gary Honbarrier and mrs. Joe Hardee. Transfer members were mrs. Gerald Mcgahey and mrs. James Westbrook. The meeting followed a luncheon Given by the social committee at the Home of mrs. W. Karl Barbour 3012 Wellington or. Club members were greeted by mrs. William l. Collins and mrs. Ron Stevens chairman of the social committee and invited to their places at individual tables covered with Linen cloths entered with arrangements of Bronze mums. Other social committee members Are mrs. Earl Barbour mrs. Judd Sherman. Mrs. Tim Sims mrs. Harold Bull and mrs. Gary Honbarrier. The invocation was Given by mrs. Rex Walser. President mrs. Charles Mcdonald conducted the business meeting. Mrs. William Collins membership chairman introduced the honoured associates and Transfer members. Arts and education chairman mrs. Rex Walser announced Carousel theater ticket sales for oct. 1-8, sunday in the Park for sept. 15, and a needlepoint min course for club members and women educators hear program by students Shady Rook school was the setting for the meeting of the Beta Omicron chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma society International organization of women educators on tuesday evening. The business session was presided Over by miss Betty Welch who welcomed ail members to the initial meeting of the new year. Following the business miss Margaret Wilson introduced High school students Libby Garten Amy Story and Carol Stanley who presented a Brief program of music. Miss Garten Sang a care solve and a let All my life be mrs. R. R. Blackburnjr. Program chairman introduced mrs Paul Bobb. Chairman of the personal growth and services committee who presented the program for the evening. Mrs. Bobb reminded the members of the current program theme a changing times Challenge of dilemma a with the emphasis on the women educator in these changing times. She challenged the group with the question a what Are we doing with our time Quot in order to answer the neighbors should be More concerned question members were assigned to groups to discuss their special interests their areas of profession and the ways in which they have accepted the Challenge of the changing times. Following the Buzz session hostesses were mrs. W. W. Hodgin mrs. Henry Blair miss Virginia Blount miss Louisa Hatch and mrs. H. E. Coble served refreshments to the members present. Shave slave if you re tired of shaving our legs and Don t want to risk hot Wax hair removal there s a new cold Wax kit available. No need to heat the Wax before application. Guests for sept. 26. She also reported on sub Junior activities As the sub Junior Jamboree held in w Ilmington aug. 12-13 which was attended by 7 Andrews Junior ettes and two advisors on a Leaf raking service and rent a Clown service. Two girls Brenda Moss and Robin Parks Are receiving scholarship funds from the club. Kidney chairman mrs. Tom Hayworth related that four states were using the kidney slide program that it was being used for a research project and that it was being used by the state Board of health the kidney foundation and in the state legislature program. Anyone interested in the program May Contact her. Home life chairman mrs. Larry Rich reported on childrens Home society transportation in which the club transported 13 babies during August. Transportation was also provided for the voluntary action Council during the summer. It was announced by Public affairs chairman mrs. Charles Brockman that members had visited the Nat Greene Home in Stokesdale that the department will deliver meals for meals on wheels each month and that the decorating of the paediatric Ward in the Hospital is continuing. The following dates were announced a Gammer oct. 4-5 and the District no fwd a meeting oct. 7 at the top of the Mart in High Point. Melissa Williams or. And mrs. Randy Williams of 222 Liberty re. Announce the sept. 2 birth of a daughter Melissa Irene at the High Point Hospital. Mrs. Williams is the former Patsy Marshall. Daisy Morton or. And mrs. John a. Morton of 922 old Winston re. Announce the sept. 3 arrival of a daughter Daisy Lee at thigh Point Hospital. Jessica Outon or. And mrs. Robert d. Outon of 1503 Bunting re. Announce the aug. 29 arrival of a daughter Jessica Rachelle at the local Hospital. Mrs. Outon is the former Sandra Ray Clark Asheboro. Bill Hall or. A son Bill Eugene jr., was born on aug. 30 at the High Point memorial Hospital to or. And mrs. Bill Hall of 247 Proctor St. Jason Morton or. And mrs. John Morton of 109 Brookdale or. Announce the birth of a son Jason Michael on sept. I at the High Point memorial Hospital. Mrs. Morton is the former Bonnie Cox. Jason Rittermeyer a son. Jason Erie was born on sept. 2 at the local Hospital to or. And mrs. William Rittermeyer of 2113 Lowe ave. Mrs. Rittermeyer is the former Martha Kivett. Beverly Nash or. And mrs. Kenneth Vav. Nash of Columbia s.c., announce the birth of their daughter Beverly Michelle on aug. 23 at the Baptist Hospital in Columbia. . Mrs. Nash is the former miss Janice Frazier of High Point. Or. Nash is a tor Mer resident of Greensboro. Jeanette Barger or. And mrs. Mike Barger of 107 f. Northgate apts announce the birth of their daughter Jeanette York. The child was born on aug. 31 at the local Hospital. Mrs. Barger is the former Becky Swaim of Asheboro. Iii ii Point Enterprise j the world of j Adelaide Wendler women s editor thursday september 5, 1974. Section b Janice Henderson becomes Bride of Willie Green Thomasville Janice Henderson and Willie Green of High Point spoke their vows of marriage in a 4 of clock ceremony saturday afternoon at first Baptist Church. The Rev. W. E. Banks and the Rev. Bobby Curtis Uncle of the bridegroom officiated at the ceremony. A prelude of wedding music was provided by mrs. Ruby Banks and Alvin Morgan. The Bride is the daughter of mrs. Ola Mae Walker and the late Richard Henderson. She is the granddaughter of mrs. Lyda Henderson. The real fire Sale Stone. England was local citizens were surprised when the fire department announced that it was going to get rid of All its Hose at a Public Sale. They were More surprised when the Hose turned out to be too pairs of sexy j Black stockings. The chief explained that the stockings j have been bought for lady j members of the fire brigade staff. The women refused to Wear regular stockings and insisted on panty Hose. Mrs. Green bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Billy Green of High Point. Given in marriage by her Uncle James Chick of Washington d c., the Bride wore a formal gown of White organza and Satin fashioned with a rounded Collar fitted bodice accented with lace Long gathered sleeves and a full length skirt with a ruffled Hemline and featuring Matching lace medallions. The Bride added a full length veil of White illusion edged in lace and held by a Camelot Cap. She carried a White Bible topped with a bouquet of Pink and Green Flowers. Honor attendants were mrs. Shirley Gray of High Point sister of the bridegroom and Audrey Henderson sister of the Bride. They wore formal Pink gowns accented with Pink and Green Flower lets. The Matron of Honor wore a wide brimmed Pink Straw hat and the maid of Honor wore a Floral veil. Both carried White prayer books topped with Pink lace ribbon. Bridesmaids were Sarah Barringer and Elizabeth Bridges Sisters of the bridegroom from High Point Jacqueline Cullom of Knoxville. Tenn. Audrey Dubose Carolyn Mckinney of Washington d c., Rosa Mack Yvonne Pearce of Greenville Barbara Stephens of Charlotte and Barbara Whittaker of Salisbury. The attendants wore format gowns of Green embroidered with Pink and Green Flowers fashioned with rounded necklines and Long sleeves gathered at the Cutis. Each wore a wide brimmed Green Straw hat and carried a miniature White Bible topped with Green lace ribbon. The Flower girl Kaydra Mack wore a gown styled identically to the Honor attendants. She carried a White Basket. The bridegroom selected John Green of High Point his brother to be Best Man. Ushers were Oscar Alford Willie Jay Barringer John Bridges William Buckson Charles Curtis Julius Dawkins Bobby Green Jay Mccluney Sam Rivers and Joe Tate Alt of High Point Steve Warren of Winston Salem and Gregory Henderson brother of the Bride. Ring bearer was Christopher Gray of High Point. The Bride graduated from Thomasville High school and received a is. Degree in business education from Livingstone College in Salisbury. She is employed in the general superintendent and personnel dept at Bryant electric . In High Point. A graduate of Ragsdale High school the bridegroom received an a s. Degree in electronics and technology from Guilford technical Institute. He is employed As a technician in the steam production dept at Duke Power construction ., Belewas Creek. Final parties immediately following the wedding ceremony a reception was held at the civic Center on Randolph Street. The event was hosted by the Bride s grandmother mrs. Henderson and her Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Lewis Dawkins of Tryon. The refreshment table was entered with an arrangement of Pink and Green summer Flowers with Matching tapers. Also on the table was the four tiered wedding cake. On the eve of their wedding the couple shared honors at a rehearsal dinner held in the Home of the Rev. And mrs. W. E. Banks. A three course dinner was served. The bridal couple received a seven piece salad set. Serving As hostesses were mrs. Pearl Thomas mrs. Nellie Morgan. Mrs. Ruby Banks mrs. Addie Williams and mrs. Betty Pope. Reidsville a the Best a to prevent a burglary is r neighbors to be concern i about each other and look ter each others property Extension homemakers in Rockingham county were id by a representative of the county sheriffs department. The homemakers had selected burglary prevention for their special interest meeting in july adds Lydia Scott assistant Home economics Extension agent. Wims a to % ks-1 exc my i t p the every item hand made Rby North carolinians featuring this week baby clothes including christening sets Ozzie Osborne prints Only $15. Mrs Edna Shoaf Dorset Quot pottery $3.up shawls $10.50 up toys porcelain jewelry plaques pin Needle basketry i it Usu a it i Ali _ a Xyz i a by ii Pill a v v vat a u nil vim. It also i g a n Lief it \ Large group \ sweater vests 6�� $8�� All sizes All colors it of in it jmj a 11 Lussi a Vav famous make a or Tai 19hh a a a Vav a Scart gallery now open Good selection of Driftwood open to to6 Mon. Thru sat. 883 9713 to j ii. Westwood at Wrenn St parking in m01i of shr Pri Kiich . Ttl4 open every Friday night Tiu 9.00 practically speaking sweaters Are the most versatile idea going keep these in mind when you want great looks and warmth. Pick All of them at specially Low prices a i tiemans 122 s. Main Street plenty of parking in Back of our store toll Vav Vav a Vav a downtown

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