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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 9, 1974, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise �17 a iff�1 la. World of la i la e j Adelaide Wendle women s editor monday september 9,1974. Page 6a Pamela Beck is Bride of Matthew d. Cox Mhz. Cox Cathy Craven feted miss Cathy Roxanne Craven october Bride elect was entertained on Friday evening at the Home of her aunt mrs. J. E. Ward of 1614 Eugene ave. Mrs. Ward and mrs. Danny Ward Cousin of the honoree hosted the event. The honoree was presented with a bridal Corsage upon her arrival. The approximately 20 guests were seated in the living room where a mint Green and White bridal color scheme was used. The guests were served refreshments while the honoree was presented with a Blanket and electric can opener from the hostesses. Bingo and other bridal games were played during the evening. Special guest was mrs b m. Craven Mother of the Bride elect. Miss Craven will become the Bride of Danny Hampton in a 4 p. In. Ceremony on oct. 12. Mrs. Cox presents program a schools now and then was the title of the program presented by mrs Cecil Cox at the meeting of the Alpha Delta Kappa sorority held on thursday at the Brynwood restaurant. Mrs. Cox a retired teacher is the Mother of mrs Roger Stout sorority member. Following the program various committee chairmen presented reports and recommendations for the coming year. Scholarship chairman mrs. Milded Hussey announced that the Recei pent of the sorority a scholarship Grant would be Teresa Moran miss Moran is a student from puerto Rico attending High Point College. It was decided that the next meeting will be held in Greensboro with the combined chapters of Alpha Delta Kappa taking part in the founders Day program. La a v n 4 chaw irs i a was Llu of mow it it Iii closet by crunch storage srvttu4 Winston Salem Pamela sue Beck daughter of or. And mrs. Billy Wayne Beck of route 6, and Matthew Dorland Cox son of or. And mrs. Jack m. Cox of 2101 Chestnut St., were married on sunday at Shady Grove United methodist Church. The Rev. George Thompson officiated at the 4 . Nuptials. Wedding musicians were soloist Becky Jilcott and organist mrs. Sandra Johnson. The Bride was Given in marriage by her father. She wore a White gown of organza designed with a victorian Collar Empire Waistline and Long fitted sleeves with pearled lace appliques. A Chapel length train was attached to her a line skirt which was bordered with lace and pearls. She wore a fingertip Mantilla of silk illusion bordered with lace and pearls. She carried a Cascade bouquet of daisies Stepha Notis Pink roses and mixed Flowers. Maid of Honor was Cindy Beck the Bride s sister. Bridesmaids were Diddy Cox sister of the bridegroom mrs. Judy Bryant Dana Reece Lunette Galimore. There were two Honor attendants. Latest the attendants wore Halter dresses of mint Green Floral print voile with Short jackets. They carried yellow and White daisies and Gyp Sophila. The Honor attendants carried Long stemmed red roses. Best Man was the bridegrooms father. Ushers were Jack Cox jr., brother of the bridegroom Danny Beck brother of the Bride Kenny Moore and Dow Craver. The Bride is a 1972 graduate of Ledford High school and a 1974 graduate of Davidson county Community College with an executive secretarial degree. She is employed at Haworth teachers Agency in High Point. The bridegroom attended Ledford High school and is a 1974 graduate of Davidson county Community College. He is a rising senior at East Tennessee state University in Johnson City Tenn. He is employed with the High Point City schools. The couple will reside in Johnson City Tenn. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the Church Fellowship Hall by the brides parents. A rehearsal dinner was held on saturday evening immediately following the rehearsal by the bridegrooms parents. Daisy Morton or. And mrs. Paul a. Morton of 922 old Winston re. Announce the birth of a daughter. Daisy Lee sept. 3 at the High Point memorial Hospital. Chandra Richardson a daughter. Chandra Nicole was born on sept. 3 at the local Hospital to or. And mrs. Harry j. Richardson of 810 e. Russell. Bobbie Roberts or. And mrs. Robert l. Roberts of 7 Patriot ct., Kernersville announce the sept. 5 birth of a daughter Bobbie to at the local Hospital. Mrs. Roberts is the former Patricia Tatum of Jacksonville Fla. Tammy Ladd or. And mrs. Grover Ladd or. Of 1908 Middlewood it. Announce the sept. 6 arrival of a daughter Tammy Lynn at the High Point Hospital. Renee Southern the sept. 5 birth of a daughter Renee is announced by or. And mrs. Donald Southern of 211 Charles St. Mrs. Southern is the former Virginia Gail Fields. The baby was born at the local Hospital. Carrie Kendall the sept. 6 birth of a daughter Carrie Elizabeth at the High Point Hospital is announced by or. And mrs James m. Kendall of 224-c, North Point ave. Benefit plans told by double m club the double m club of Adams memorial Owca on Gatewood Avenue will sponsor a luncheon Bridge and Canasta Benefit on sept. 17 from to until 2 . Luncheon will consist of Ham biscuits congealed salad potato chips and homemade pies and cakes. Members of the club will Model fashions from John t. Ellis. There will be table prizes and door prizes. Tickets for at woman s club to meet Archdale Trinity woman a club will meet on tuesday at la 30 a in. At the Holiday inn downtown. Mrs. K. M. Vestal will be in charge of the program. The event May be purchased at the door or by contacting mrs. Clarence Keener. The Lazy Daisy shop will furnish a background of Flowers and greenery for the event. The Benefit event is a ways and Means of helping a needy family for one year contributing to play a and other civic projects. Habits of Birds Are discussed Jamestown nature study Garden club opened its fall season with a covered dish luncheon held at the new environmental Center off Penny Road. Mrs. David Jones formerly president of the High Point Garden club Council and member of nature study club gave the invocation. Mrs. B e. Vaughan chairman conducted a business meeting following the luncheon. Mrs. R. B. Moore program chairman introduced mrs. James Homey and mrs. Martine Barker. Mrs. Homey told of her Bird collection 20 years ago said by some to be As valuable As the . Mint. Birds of Many varieties collected at Craft fairs and shops from Toronto to Florida comprise mrs. Horney a collection. From mrs. John Boyd in Chattanooga mrs. Homey said she purchased her Blue Bird family exhibit the Blue Grey nuthatch and Cedar Waxwing. From Charles Lewallen at Flint Hill the Hummingbird on a wire that gives the appearance of being in flight also the Wrens on Drift Wood and the Quail. The Golden Crown Kinglet and Owlet came from the shop of . Powell the red Wing Blackbird and wooden water Birds from John Smith at Brasstown. Mrs. Homey told that her Wood Duck came from Crossville Tennessee the Sandpiper from Charleston and the owl from Charlotte tracing a Long experience of adventure and learning about Birds. Her collection of mushrooms was done by Charles Taro of High Point a local Carver she said. Mrs. Barker began by saying that there is much disagreement and much yet to be Learned about Birds. With 8600 species in the world 650 of which Are in North America. There Are 163 families of Birds through the world 68 of those families within North America. Birds have Many enemies continued mrs. Barker the average life of the songbird is but two years. Insecticides predators the Fox cats snakes and people wreak destruction to Bird life not to forget the Lack of food Birds face in Winter particularly. Mrs. Barker stated that it is possible to love Birds next to people. The expression a Bird brain a comes from knowing that normally Man has great brain weight Birds have very Little brain weight so to be called Bird brain is indeed an insult she explained. Man and Birds have much in common Birds social order is a highly developed pecking society with the jays Starling and mockers Topping the list. Birds accept this and know their own order. Mrs. Barker demonstrated poses of a Bird courting a accentuating the positive a and told of How the female homemakers hear program on accentuating the positive mrs. R. W. Chamblee spoke on accentuating the positive in regard to women a clothes at the meeting of the midweek Extension homemakers club held with mrs. Bruce Clodfelter on Mon lieu Avenue. The speaker stated that there is More to being attractively dressed than having a closet of expensive clothes. She said that every woman has pleasing features As Well As some she would like to change and learning to accentuate the positive and minimize the negative is what being attractively dressed is All about. She went on to say that to do this one needs to decide on her Best features. She suggested color design and texture As being very important when making a selection and said that one should keep in mind the figure size. She closed by saying that design has the Power to attract and hold the attention of the viewer. A in Small amounts a one Man exhibit opens at unc a gallery design can be a useful device for improving figure the 18 members were served a salad course after which a devotional was Given by mrs. T. E. Ragan. Mrs. Gordon Weathers conducted the business session and announced that the Southern living Christmas show will be held in Charlotte nov. 13-17. A dress fitting workshop will be held at the agriculture Center in Greensboro on sept. La and the Guilford county fair is planned for oct. 22, in Greensboro. Greensboro a one Man exhibit by artist Horace Farlowe opened the 1974-75 season for the Weatherspoon Art gallery at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The show opened yesterday with a Public reception from 2 to 5 . Visitors May View the collection through oct. 6. Primarily a sculptor Farlowe is an instructor in Art at unc a. On display is a series of female Torso abstractions which he has created since 1968. Three of these he owns and the remainder will come from private collections in the Greensboro area. The Media Are Stone cast Metal and Marble. Also in the exhibit will be approximately 25 a no objective drawings a which have no subject matter. Outside of the gallery one of Farlowe a most recent sculptures will be set up. That is a Jcirilo Iii a a Large scale steel fabrication done under the auspices of a unc g research Grant. A native of Robbins Farlowe holds a bachelors degree with a major in printing from Atlantic Christian College and a masters in sculpture from East Carolina University. He has taught two years at Bennett College three years at Adams state College in Colorado and four years at unc a. In addition to teaching responsibilities he maintains a working studio off South Elm Street. The artist has won two Purchase prize awards in the North Carolina annual artists exhibitions sponsored by the . Museum of Art. His works Are in the permanent collections of the mint museum in Charlotte the . Museum of Art and Weatherspoon. For two consecutive years in 1972 and 1973, he won the Julius Gray Purchase award for Art presented by the Greensboro chamber of Commerce and his sculptures Are now seen in their offices. The gallery is open monday through Friday from to . To 5 . And sunday from 2 to 5 . There is no admission charge. F a Friendly a voice. J is As near As you a Telephone social Calendar a a phone us a a 882-8121=j a a a a a a a a a e s e r is test firs buy your class ring in the modern Monner. Talo o design your own ring at testers see the spirit of 76 ring Wren expresses her displeasure often throwing everything out of the next her mate has prepared. Finally however the Wren becomes docile mates and listens to his song while she hatches. The speaker noted that Birds possess a highly developed nervous system giving us the quotation. A a Quick As the Flash of an they respond to instinct in a split second reaction. Birds can be taught said mrs. Barker who told of her brother who taught a Crow sitting on a steering wheel to pick up a Marble. Birds have the keenest sight of any living creature an acute sense of hearing and feeling but can smell Only a Little with no great sense of taste. They can stand extremes of temperature both in Winter and summer by spreading their feathers or a puffing out to insulate themselves. She went on to say that Birds love a Sand Bath and must feed their Young some morsel every two and a half seconds. The Hummingbird must eat and eat to build up Energy for As much As a 500 mile flight without stopping. Some Birds Migrate by night some by Day. Mrs. Barker encouraged her audience to study Birds to i watch and feed them and concluded by saying that our world would be so silent so lacking in color so hard for us to identify in a world j without Birds. Following the program mrs. Dewey w. Blackwelder was welcomed a a new member. Best steaks anywhere pc. P the d d l i e l p. Your hostess and Host Quot Linda and Wylie Moor Quot paddler Tak House tel. 869-3614 High Point Alt Abc permits monday 7 30 Point Junior league meets at Forest Hills presbyterian Church. 8 .�?women of the Moose meet at the Moose Home on North main Street. Tuesday to . A High Point Garden club meets at the Home of mrs. La. Wilkinson 1032 Rockford re. To a Garden club members meet with mrs. 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