High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Aug 9 1972, Page 18

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 9, 1972, High Point, North Carolina High Point Enterprise Iaia 1111 tit 0 u e the world of w u m Jill exchanges Adelaide s editor wednesday August 9, 1972. Section b Jacqueline b riles weds Wade Fitzgerald Ward or. Vows Columbia s. Jacqueline sue Briles daughter of or. And mrs. Leo l. Briles of 6412 Sylvan dr., and Wade Fitzgerald Ward jr., son of mrs. Wade Fitzgerald Ward of 720 Kilbourne re. And the late or. Ward were United in marriage on Sun Day in covenant presbyterian Church. The Rev. Harry t. Shutte officiated at the 4 . Ceremony. Mrs. R. H. Phipps organist and miss Margie Fritz soloist presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired mrs. Wade f. Ward or. Two girls honoured at floating Shower miss Joann Towery Bride elect of James e. Harllee and miss Linda Pardue. Bride elect of Gene Frazier were Honoreen at a miscellaneous floating bridal Shower held on sunday afternoon in the Spring Hill methodist Church dining Hall. Hostesses for the event were miss Linda Kennedy mrs. Patsy Miller mrs. Martha Lambeth and miss fran Lumpkins. Upon arrival the Honoreen were presented with corsages featuring miniature Kitchen utensils which were made by miss Lumpkins. The hostesses later added gifts of Silver in the brides elects chosen patterns. A mint Green Motif was used throughout the serving area. An arrangement of White and Green summer Flowers entered the refreshment table and the gift table was highlighted with candles and greenery. Guests were registered by miss Michelle Lee. Approximately 35 guests called Between the hours of 3 and 5 . Special guests included mrs. J. D. Towery and mrs. Jean Pardue mothers of the Honoreen and mrs. V. F. Harllee and mrs. Dwight Frazier mothers of the Bride grooms elect. Miss Towery and or. Harllee will repeat their vows on aug. 27 at Rankin memorial methodist Church. Miss Pardue and or. Frazier will wed on aug. 26 at Spring Hill methodist Church. In a formal gown of candlelight organza and embroidered Chantilly lace accented with seed pearls. The gown was designed with a victorian neckline fitted sleeves and a Chapel length train accented with lace motifs embroidered with pearls. She wore a Matching Juliet Headpiece appliqued with lace and seed pearls with an attached veil of illusion and carried a White Bible topped with White miniature carnations rosebuds and orchids tied with White bridal Satin. Miss Jane Elizabeth Briles sister of the Bride was maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were mrs. Michael Hurley of High Point n. C., mrs. Donald p. Setzer of Greenville and miss Nancy Laura Gardner. The attendants wore formal gowns of Pink Linen designed with sleeveless bodices wedding band collars and inverted pleats on the full skirts that were highlighted with inserts of White lace embroidered on a deep Pink background. They carried colonial bouquets of White and Valeria Gladioli and White carnations with streamers of White Satin. Rufus n. Ward Grandfather of the bridegroom was Best Man. Ushers were Harold Ward brother of the bridegroom David g. Saunders of Charlotte n. C., Michael Hurley and James Davis. The new mrs. Ward is a graduate of Meredith College where she was a member of Astro Teton society. She was formerly employed by the Clemson University Extension service As a Home economist. Or. Ward attended the Citadel and is employed by Livingston Ward co., inc. Harold Ward brother of the bridegroom entertained at the rehearsal dinner at Forest Lake club on saturday evening. The Mother of the Bride was hostess for the bridesmaids luncheon which was held in the town House. The couple will reside at 230 bar mount or. The Chapel of Wesley memorial United methodist Church was the setting for the High noon wedding of Nancy Hollingsworth Stevens of Raleigh to John Lee Rester of Raleigh on saturday. The Bride is the daughter of mrs. Lamb Hollingsworth of Florence s c., and Joseph p. Hollingsworth. The bridegroom is the son of mrs. M. L. Rester of Columbia s. C., and the late Rev. Rester. The Rev. Delbert Byrum officiated at the ceremony and mrs. Charles w. Mcanally organist presented a program of wedding music. The Bride was attired in a Pale Aqua crepe dress and carried a bouquet of yellow sweetheart roses. Mrs. Stephen Mcintyre of Columbia sister of the Bride was the Honor attendant. She wore a Coral silk dress and carried a nosegay of yellow carnations. The bridegroom selected his son John Lee Rester jr., to serve As Best Man. Ushers were Sidney Warner of Thomasville. Earl Miller or. And Carl Patterson of Raleigh and Thomas Hollingsworth of Winston Salem brother of the Bride. The new mrs. Rester attended Limestone College in Gaffney s. C., and is employed by the Bank of North Carolina n. A., in Raleigh. Or. Rester is a graduate of Newberry College and is vice president of North Carolina National Bank of Raleigh. Or. And mrs. Joseph Hollingsworth were Host and hostess for the wedding breakfast which was held in the Emerywood country club immediately following t h e wedding ceremony. The couple will reside in Raleigh. New members honoured miss Terri Hill left and mrs. Michael Farabee Cente new members of the auxiliary to veterans of foreign wars Sumner Hodgin Post 9899, were honoured at a cookout held at the vow playground on Erindale Road. With the new members Are 1-r mrs. Dink Hill president mrs. Forest Lowe treasurer and mrs. Kenneth Hill Secretary staff photo by Sonny hog Oconto member of month honoured mrs. Mary Francis Craven was spotlighted As the member of the month by the High Point Bow club during their dinner meeting monday aug. 7, at the Sheraton hotel. Speaking on her career in the furniture Industry mrs. Craven related the details of her current position As supervisor of the order department of Thayer Coggin furniture co. Mrs. Cravens interest in the furniture world began while she was employed at Hudson House a firm established by a fellow Bow member m r s. Evelyn Hudson. The Mother of four children mrs. Craven finds time for other Community projects including the High Point Toast mistress club. Mrs. Don Padgett state president of the Bow clubs of North Carolina reported on the National convention held in july at Atlantic City. She also updated members on projects at the state level including spotlight on women and renovations at the state head quarters building in Chapel Hill. Miss Ethel Chadwick and miss Mary Chadwick advised the membership of the proceedings of the workshops of the National convention. A listing of special projects under consideration was discussed by miss Jane Phillips chairman of the Community service committee. The. Membership voted to sponsor one Bike rider in the youth councils Bike a Thon for the multiple sclerosis society. The appointment of mrs. Martha Plyler of Advance As District director was announced. Mrs. Plyler succeeds mrs. Dee Mccandlish of Winston Salem who is moving out of the District. The meeting was adjourned with the Reading of the Emblem Benediction. Miss Cathy Frazier is honoured at Tea Joy Ann Moore is Bride of Michael r. Dailey sulph ured or Unseul poured Unseul poured molasses is made from Sun ripened sugar Cane. Molasses with Sulphur is a by product of sugar Cane that has been treated with Sulphur fumes during the sugar extracting process. A Tea was Given on sunday in the Home of mrs. Claude Harrison 1309 Coventry re. To compliment miss Cathy Frazier. Joining to entertain with mrs. Harrison was mrs. We Illiam e. King of Jamestown. Guests were invited to Call during the late afternoon. Approximately 50 guests called and were greeted by mrs. Lester Wofford or. Among those attending were mrs. Norris Frazier and mrs. J. Ross Spencer jr., mothers of the engaged couple mrs. E. Frazier grandmother at the Bride elect and mrs. J. Ross Spencer grandmother of the prospective bridegroom. The Tea table in the dining room was covered with a White embroidered Linen cloth edged in lace. In the Center of the table was a bouquet of mixed Pink and White summer Flowers in a Silver bowl. Mrs. Michael Kupecki and mrs. Archie Craver assisted in serving. The gift of the hostesses to miss Frazier was a Silver footed bowl. They also presented her with a Corsage chrysanthemums when she arrived. Miss Frazier and James Ross Spencer it will be married on aug. 12 in a 2 wedding at Wesley memorial United methodist Church. Salcedo Davis couple says vows Whittier Calif. Brenda Gayle Davis daughter of or. And mrs. James Lloyd Davis of 1513 Homewood ave. In High Point n. C., and Andrew Raymond Salcedo of Buena Park son of Ignasius Salcedo were United in marriage on july la at 7 30 . In Montebello foursquare Church. The couple repeated their vows before the Rev. Loran p. Ash. Miss line Olson organist and mrs. Yolanda Zaragoza and Earl Durfee vocalists presented a program of wedding Musk. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of organza and embroidered lace designed with a High neckline fitted bodice and a Chapel length train. She wore a veil of illusion attached to a Headpiece of fresh Flowers and carried a bouquet of White rosebuds and Gardenias. Mrs. Janice Davis of High Point was Matron of Honor. Miss sue Hartman was a bridesmaid and miss Cynthia Dawn Davis was Flower girl. They wore formal gowns of Blue voile with Blue velvet vests. They wore Matching hats and carried baskets of Blue and White Field Flowers. The bridegroom selected Dewey Martin Davis brother of the Bride to serve As Best Man. Ushers were Frank Lpez Andy Mark. Paul Durfee and Craig Kirk. Dewey Martin Davis or. Was ring bearer. The new mrs Salcedo is a graduate of High Point Central High school and was employed b y consolidated credit corp. And Phillips Fos Cue in High Point. She is a graduate of . Bible College in los Angeles. The bridegroom is employed for Security Pacific National Bank in los Angeles and is a Junior at life. Bible College. The couple will reside at 15123 Hornell St. Joy Ann Moore daughter of or. And mrs. Boyre t. Moore of 808 Irwin ave., and Michael Raymond Dailey son of or. And mrs. Marvin Eugene Dailey of Boynton Beach Fla., were United in marriage on july 29 in son Light Baptist Church of Asheboro. The Rev. Harry Graham officiated at the 8 p. In. Ceremony. Mrs. Billy Hilton sister of the Bride presented a program of wedding music on the piano assisted by vocalists or. And mrs. Lloyd Moore brother and sister in Law of the Bride. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of Peau de some designed with an Empire Waistline Short sleeves of Chiffon and White Daisy appliques on the bodice. She wore a Matching lace Headpiece with an attached tiered veil of illusion and carried a White Bible topped with White roses daisies and Satin ribbon streamers. Mrs. Robert Boulware of Jekyll Island ga., was her Sisters Matron of Honor. She wore a formal gown of yellow crepe and yellow dotted Swiss designed with an Empire Waistline Ami Cape. She carried a nosegay of mixed summer Flowers. The bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best Man. Billy Hilton was an usher. The new mrs. Dailey is a graduate of High Point Central High school and is currently employed by old i of minion freight lanes. Or. Dailey is a graduate of Atlantic High school in Delray Beach Fla. And is presently employed by Thomasville furniture ind the couple will reside at 3904 North main St. Mrs. Michael Raymond Dailey americanism topic of auxiliary meet Carolyn Cullom honoree Tiree brides elect Are complimented views new painting mrs. Richard Nixon View s a portrait of president John Adams painted in 1793 now on display in the Blue room of the White House. The portrait is on Long term loan from the Fogg Art museum of Harvard University. It is the first painting made while Adams w As alive to hang in the White House. Caf wire to misses Cathy Brewer Gail Caddick and Linda Welch August brides elect were honoured at a Buffet luncheon on saturday. Joining to entertain were mrs. W Illiam b. Gray mrs. Robert e. Hauser and mrs. J. Wray Brower. Approximately too guests called at the Home of mrs. Gray on Gatewood Avenue Between the appointed hours of la 30 a. In. And 1 30 p. In. Upon arrival each honoree was presented with a Corsage of daisies and Pink rosebuds. Guests were greeted by the hostesses brides elect and so three on 3 b a Coke party was Given on saturday by mrs. John a. Lindsay Iii to pay Honor to miss Carolyn Cullom. The party took place at the Home of mrs. Lindsay 1914 Blain St. Guests arrived at to a m. Bringing their favorite recipes which were collected and presented to the Bride elect. Refreshments were served from a table in the living room area. Mixed Flowers including daisies Queen Annex a lace and Ivy were arranged As a Centrepiece. Miss Cullom received a Corsage of White rosebuds and aug. 20 at Oakview Gypsophila from her hostess Church. Mrs. Miles Edge of Fayetteville was guest speaker at the meeting of the tenth District of the veterans of foreign wars and the ladies auxiliary when they met in a joint meeting at the Reidsville Post Home on sunday. In her address mrs. Edge stated that she had chosen americanism As her theme this year and a diet Freedom ring a As her motto. She urged each member of the organization to stress americanism every Day in their Homes and schools. Mrs. Ettie Mae Logan tenth District president presided Over the meeting which was conducted according to the ritual. Mrs. Roy Quinn of Asheville publicity chairman for the department of North Carolina was a special guest. Mrs. Quinn asked t h e auxiliaries to Send her copies of their publicity so that she will have them for the department press Book. Mrs. Doris b. Pierce department of North Carolina senior vice president and As Well As a gift of China in her chosen pattern. Miss Cullom will become the Bride of la. J. Suggs or. On Baptist membership chairman reminded the auxiliaries of the reimbursement due them for each member reported before sept. 30 providing 15 or More members Are reported and of the draw prizes which will be Given at the Council of administration meeting in Greensboro. Auxiliaries represented at the meeting were High Point 619 and 5574. Thomasville 2756, i Kington 3074 and Archdale 9899. President Logan commended auxiliaries 3074 in i Lexington and 619 in High Point for the members they have reported. A motion was passed to Send contributions to the Otis n. Brown and Erline Mayberry scholarship funds. Gifts were presented to past District president mrs. Gordon Hartley of Lexington and to mrs. Edge. A school of instruction was conducted by Jean w. Polson. Tie Lexington auxiliary won the attendance award a Silver tray. Fold knits knit dresses will keep their shape longer if you done to hang them in a closet. Instead just fold them and store them in drawers just As you would any Fine sweaters

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