The Daily Times-News from Burlington, North Carolina on April 7, 1973 · Page 6
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Burlington, North Carolina
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Saturday, April 7, 1973
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CA Burlington (N.C.) Times-News, Saturday, April 7,1973 Miss Jamie Little And Jerome Simons II Are United In Marriage Last Evening Miss Jamie Dawn Little, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Little of Bidney Drive, was married to Jerome Burton Simons U, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Simons of Bradley Street, in a ceremony Friday evening at 7:30 in Kinnett Memorial Baptist Church. The Rev. Tobie P. Sione Jr. officiated, and music was by Mrs. Eugene B. Hicks, organist, and Samuel Home, soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore a gown of white peau de soie and Venice lace, which was fashioned with an empire waistline. A-line skirt and ruffles bordering the bishop sleeves and hemline. Her bouffant veil was attached to a headpiece of organza petals and lace, and she carried a nosegay of white roses. Miss Brenda G. Honeycutt was maid of honor and wore a green silk organza gown trimmed with antique lace and wore a matching bow headpiece. She carried a pink and green sailor's lantern filled with spring flowers. Bridesmaids were the bridegroom's sister. Miss Bonnie L. Simons, and Miss Kathy McGhee. They wore pink and green silk organza gowns with matching headpieces and carried lanterns similar to the honor atiendant's. Miss Sheila Harrison, cousin of the bridegroom and daughter of Mrs. Jean Quails, was flower girl. She was dressed in pink and carried a basket of spring flowers. Michael Rudd, cousin of the bridegroom and son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Rudd. served as riagbearer. Tne bridegroom had his father as best man, and ushers were Dennis Carignan and Robert Lynn Honeycutt. Mrs. Floyd C. Smith directed the wedding. Girl Scouts To Sponsor Fashion Show Girl Scout Troop 432 and Prago-Guyes. Inc., at Cum- --, Couples Announce Engagements Prichard-Ashworth · Mr. and Mrs. David ] Prkrhard of Alamance Road 9, at 8 p.m. in the auditorium at Blessed Sacrament Church. The theme of the show will be "Bloom Into Spring Fashion". Tickets will be §1.00 at the door, and children under five will be admitted free. Proceeds will go to the girl scout troop. Art Gallery Is Assisting In Project Weatherspoon Art Gallery of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and its Weatherspoon Guild are assisting the National Collection of Fine Arts of the Smithsonian Institution in a nationwide program to inventory all American art executed before 1914. The inventory, which is being made as part of the na- their daughter. Miss Jennifer Ann Priehard, to Wiley Forrest Ashworth Jr.. son of Mrs. W. Forrest Ashworth of Dan- ·ville. Va., and the late Mr. Ashworth. The wedding is planned for June 23 in the First Baptist Church of Alamance. \ Miss Priehard was gradu- 1 ated from Appalachian State \ University with a B.S. degree \ in primary education and is j employed fay the Asheboro inss JENNIFER ] City School System. ! Mr. Ashworth received a B.S. degree in health and physical e d u c a t i o n from Appalachian State University and is employed by the Pittsylvania County School System in Virginia. PRICHARD a music teacher with the Burlington City School System. Mr- Oldham attended Guil- MISS SUSAN ELLIS of High Point Central High School, attended Davidson County Community College MISS DONNA ANDREWS and is employed by Baldwin Electric Company in High Point. is employed by Guilford Electronics, Inc., in Greensboro. Ellis-Oldham Andrews-Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Ellis of Sanford announce the en- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Andrews of Route 1, Haw River, announce the en- MRS. JEROME BURTON SIMONS n Tne bride is a senior at Cummings High School and is employed by Glen Raven Drugs. The bridegroom, a graduate of Williams High School, is serving in the U. S. Navy and recently returned from a tour of duty in Vietnam. He will now be assigned to Norfolk. Va.. aboard the aircraft carrier U.S.S. America. They will reside in Norfolk following the bride's graduation. Miss Susan Stringfield Ellis of Greensboro, to Joseph Clarence Oldham. also of Greensboro and son of Dr. Andrew Wesley Oldham of Greensboro Josephine Oldham Court House, Wedding Dates Set Evans-Simpson Mr. and Mrs. James C. Evans of Route 3. Graham, announce the engagemment of their daughter. Miss Joselyn Laird Evans of Lexington, to Guy Otis Simpson II of Winston-Salem. son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Simpson of Norfolk. Va. The wedding is planned for July 28 in Swepsonville Methodist Church. Miss Evans received a B.A. degree in English from Methodist College in Fayetteville and now teaches at East Davidson High School in Thomasville. Mr. Simpson was graduated from Methodist College with a B.S. degree hi chemistry and is employed by Bassiek- Sack, a division of Stewart- Wainer Corporation, in Winston-Salem. Parrish-James Mr. and Mrs. George A. Parrish of Brown Avenue an- will be conducted over the 1 next five years. : The purpose of the project | is to list paintings by artist, j title, date, media, dimensions, ! present ownership and loca- ^ 1 tion, and type of subject mat- } JJf" ca'pe" ^ | ter. , jj-J- l Weatherspoon is serving as j " " ; coordinator of the project for ; The wedding is planned for the Greensboro area, at the ', June 3 in Sanford. I request of the Smithsonian. ,,,. orsHiiafpd i a^X 4,1435 i ^~/3S i project. So we want to urge J ^obna at everyone in this area i owns paintings by American ! artists -- which were done · prior to 1914 -- to list each : painting- ; 'If they'll write to us -- I or telephone us at 379-5770 I ; -- we'll be glad to send the ' ; forms out." i J However, he added, the gal- · lery is arranging to provide ; special assistance in the com- j Miss Donna Lee Andrews, to David Michael Freeman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis Freeman of High Point. The wedding is planned for June 2 in Haw River Methodist Church. Miss Andrews was graduated from Eastern Alamance High School and High Point Memorial Hospital School of she is who i sne was a ' Phi Epsilon sorority, and is Mr. Freeman, a graduate Garrison-Fogleman Couple Weds In Private Ceremony Miss Martha Annette Gar! pletion of the forms on Sun- ' nson and Roger Glenn Foi day. April 8. and Sunday. April ; gieman were married in a = 15." from 2 to 5p.m. ' private ceremony Friday eve' "Many people may feel they i ning at 7 o'clock at the home , need help in determining such ' of the Rev. Josh Levens in ' things as the media of their : Whnsett. who officiated. ' paintings and we'll provide i The bride is the daughter help with this." j ° f ilr - and )Irs - J - R - Garrison Members of the UNC-G art i of Everett Street She was faculty, as well as artists and j graduated from Williams High School and is employed in the MISS JOSELYN EVANS nounce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Anita Ann Parrish of Durham, to John Willard James, son of Mrs. Margaret Barbour of Durham. The wedding will take place June 23 in Grove Park Baotist Church. Miss Parrish is a graduate ! art teachers from elsewhere ; in the community, will be on \ hand during these Sunday ' afternoon sessions to assist in ! the completion of the in' ventorv forms. Bridge Winners Are Announced I Winners in a club cham- of Williams High School and i P^ JS? iS^* *% Watts Hospital School of Nursing. She is employed as an RN in the pediatric outpatient ] clinic at Duke University i Medical Center. j Mr. James is a graduate ] of Hillsborough High School and is employed by General Telephone Co. at Durham. main office of Kayser-Roth Hosiery Company. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby G. Fogleman of Alamance. was graduated from Southern Alamance High School and Is employed by Shoffner Industries. After a wedding trip to the mountains, the couple will reside at Rock Hill Trailer Park. Environmentalist Is Speaker For Junior Woman's Club MR. AND MRS. JOHN ARCHIE JOHNSON Johnson Couple Is Honored On Wedding Anniversary MISS ANITA PARRISH Reassurance Is Needed For Sick Children mance Bridge Club at the I Recreation Center Thursday ] afternoon were as follows: I Mrs. William Whisnant and · Mrs. Virgil Mewborn. first; Mrs. Walter Bain and Wiley Haithcock, second; and tied for third and fourth were Mrs. Cecil Gant and Mrs. Herbert Carlton and Andy Lighbourne and John Fite. The next game will be RALEIGH -- When a child is sick, it's time to switch gears for Ms care and entertainment. Like any adult, he may wonder and worry about himself and his disease, says Mrs. Faye Haywood, extension family life specialist, North Carolina State University. Let him ask questions. Give him reassurance. And try to give Mm some activities since he probably feels like doing something part of the time. Activity will benefit his eating and sleeping habits during illness and keep him from being so tense and restless, she explains. The sick child will tire more easily, so don't overdo your The Sick .Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. Wallace announce the arrival of a son on April 4 at Memorial Hospital of Chapel Hill. Mrs. Wallace, the former shorter than usual, so it may be hard to keep him interested in any one thing for very long. If the child seems to revert to more simple play than usual, don't panic. Many children do. Let him put together that puzzle he abandoned four years ago or play with a long-forgotten teddy bear. When giving the sick child equipment and toys to play with in bed. try to keep away from extremely messy ma- Sfork News... Edward Kyle, on April 2. Mrs. Yancey is the former Deanie Berry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Berry of Route 1, Mebane. .Memorial Hospital of Alamance terials. Often a child-will develop a negative attitude toward anything that requires extensive clean-up after play, since this can be tiring. Keep in mind that felt-tip pens "paint" pictures as well as water colors if a child is bed-ridden. But if he is able to play at a table, include pastes and paints in his activities so he can be creative. A new object in the sick room might be a welcome - _ -- - - 1 AVfctUH^.J Wtl W^r4r ·*--Z » ·**-" ri.*JLVihSV«* i change. So. you could have We _ t ^ Iarket Street Graham: ! Among patients · from Memorial Hospital of ] Alamanee and Alamance | County Hospital this week 1 were as follows: Larry Allen, Route 4; Jimmy Branch, Route 1, Snow Camp; Barbara Carter, Ninth Street, Mebane: Glenda Cook. East Webb Avenue: Junius Corbett Route 4, Mebane: Linda Kersey and baby, Route I 1, Siler City: Mozelle Morton, Moser, James Muffins, environmentalist with the Alamance County Health Department, presented a program to the Burlington Junior Woman's Club on environmental health control. Highlights of Mr. Muffin's talk included safe food-handling in commercial facilities and the home, tracking down causative factors of contamination of well-water, safe pest control in the home, discussion of the sanitary landfill and safe home storage of household cleaning agents. He presented a series of slides to illustrate the variety of services performed by the Environmental Health Division of the Alamance County Health Department In the business session, new provisional members were introduced individually to the club by their federation sisters. New members are Mrs. J, C. Brown. Mrs. Frank Cle- ments. Mrs. Larry Hinshaw. Mrs. J.D. King. Mrs. Jack Neese, Mrs. Donald Paap and Mrs. Charles Vitou. Mrs. James Alewine. membership chairman, reported on orientation sessions for the new members. A luncheon was held March 26 for the new members and their federation sisters at the home of Mrs. Stan Boone. club president. Mrs. George M c L a m b announced plans for the May 2 club banquet to be held at the Holiday Inn. In other business, the club voted to sponsor a walker in the ECHO walkathon to benefit ICY summer recreation program. Also, §60 was approved to sponsor two children from the O'Berry Center for retarded children to attend summer camp this year. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Frank Mayo, Mrs. Ben Boney and Mrs. James Alewine following the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. John Archie Johnson of Route 1. Graham, who were married March 31. 1923. were honored on their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception Sunday afternoon at their home. Hosts for the occasion were their children. James Richard Johnson. William Jessie Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McPherson. Mrs. Johnson was presented a corsage of yellow carnations to complement her blue dress, and Mr. Johnson received a yellow carnation boutonniere. Guests were greeted bv Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wiles and resgistered by Larry Johnson, a crandson. Mrs. Fred Miller. Miss Carolyn Talley and Miss Vickie Johnson, g r a n d daughters. were at the table. The reception table was covered with a gold cloth and draped at the comers with weddings bells. Centering the table was a candelabrum holding lighted white candles and yellow and white mums and greenery. Mrs. Hazel Johnson poured gold punch, and Mrs. Hazel Wright served the three- tiered anniversary cake. Goodbves were said to Mr. and Mrs". W. H. Huffines. Approximately 85 guests called between the hours of 2 and 4:30 o'clock. Miss Garrison Is Honored Thursday By Co-Workers the child make a mobile to hang over his bed or from the window. . , Deborah Theep, is the daugh- .Hopkins for nf Mr and Mrs. Francis R Theep of Briarwood Drive. Mr and Mrs. Wallace, who have'been residing temporarily in Burlington, wfll be returning to Denver, Colo., in .Gibbons June where Mr. Wallace win attend the University of Den- Mr. and Mrs. William D. Hopkins of 246 Chapel Hill Road, Burlington announce the arrival of a daughter on A r i l 5. ver. .Yancey Mr. and Mrs. AlIenJEl. Van- . . cey of Route 12, Lot 611, Kings .Lewandowski Estates, Greenville, S.C., announce the arrival of a son, Mr, and Mrs. Roger A. Gibbons of 2300-7B Greenbriar Apartments, Burlington, announce the arrival of a son on April 5. Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Lewandowski of 301 South Eighth Street, Mebane, announce the arrival of a daughter on April 5. .Alamance County Hospital .Carden Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Matthews Carden of 2005 South Mebane Street, Burlington, announce the arrival of a son on April 5. .Gant Mr. and Mrs. David Alexander Gant of 413 Green Street, Burlington, announce the arrival of a son on April 5. Marks Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Marks of Route 1, Haw River, announce the arrival of a daughter on April 5. Lillian Shofmer. Route 1: Betty Stone. Route 1. Haw River: Nita Walker, Roxboro; Betty Watts. Route 1, Mebane; Mildred F. Belangia, Route 3. Elon College; Joseph C. Vickers, Gibsonville; Gladys M. C h a p m a n , Hillsborough; Peggy T. Faucette, Hatch Street; and Nancy L. Terveen, Route 1, Mebane. LEAVE YOUR SHOES ON PLYMOUTH, E n g l a n d (WNS) -- Alison Mollins, 27, ordered her husband to have her name tattooed on his left ankle so that women would know that he is married, Ronald obeyed but had a glamorous nude tattooed just above her name, too. Alison sent him back to have some clothes tattooed on the nude. Ronald obeyed but came home with a mini-nightie on the nude. The nightie is see-through. Results Of Nurses' Survey To Be Discussed At Meeting Miss Martha Garrison, who was married to Roger Fogleman Friday evening, was honored -at a miscellaneous shower Thursday afternoon given by her co-workers in the main office of Kayser-Roih Hosiery Company. Hostesses, who work with the bride in the accounts receivable department, were Mrs. Stephen Wilkerson. Mrs. Gary Hunley, Mrs. Donald Boone, Miss Sherry Heath and Mrs. W. E. Love m. A white mum corsage was presented to Miss Garrison to complement her red, white and blue dress. The party table was covered with a white cloth and featured a pink bridal umbrella as its centerpiece. Decorated cake squares were served with pink and green minis, nuts, potato chips and dip and soft drinks. RALEIGH -- If you ask 18.000 nurses what their problems are. you're bound to get an ear full. Last year the North Carolina State Nurses' Association asked the state'3 registered nurses to "talk back" about their continuing education needs, the constraints they experience i n obtaining continuing education, their desires for formal education, their feelings about their practice, what they think a professional association should offer as priority programs and services, and reasons for dropping out of practice. The survey project was called "Operation Input". The responses have been tabulated and evaluated in a report which will be distributed widely throughout the state. NCSNA has announced the scheduling of three one-day regional conferences where all nurses who participated in the survey--members and non- members--will study the report and make recommendations for future action. These wfll be held April 30 at Sugar Mountain Ski Lodge. Banner Elk: May 1 at the Elk's Club, Winston-Salem: and May 3 at the School of Nursing Auditorium, East Carolina University, Greenville. Conference participants will be: Dr. Eloise R. Lewis, dean of the School of Nursing, UNC- Greensboro, and co-chairman of the project Steering Committee; Rose George, faculty member at the School of-Nursing UNC-Chapel Hill and co-investigator of the project; Mrs. Frances N. Miller, executive director of NCSNA; and Clara Walters, lecturer at the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Nursing. The meetings are open to any registered nurse, to mem- Protection From Hot Sun Is Needed For Oily Skin NEW YORK -- Oily skin can be just as easily damaged fay sun as dry skin. Eye shadow gives protection for lids, and skin that hasn't been in the sun since last year needs a sunscreen (allows tanning, but slowly) during Initial exposures. These are some tanning tips from the April Seventeen, which advises girls with supersensitive skin to use a total sun block-out on very burnable parts of the body -- nose, cheeks, shoulders, back of neck, knees, tops of feet. Also, hair tends to get drier and dirtier when you're active in the sun; combat the dries with regular quickie conditioning, and fight dirt with frequent mild shampooing. In summer, keep nails sport- short and rounded, not pointy. Calendar... TUESDAY bers of other health disciplines 7:30 p.m.: North Carolina State and to interested lay people. All who attend will receive a copy of the printed survey report. Nurses Association District 10 meets at Alamance County Health Department for program on ALCAP. .WEDNESDAY 3.00 p.m.: Wednesday Study Club meets with Mrs. J. Kenneth Bryant, 2833 Wagntr Drive. .NFW SPA PERI JEWS PA PER I

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