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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 10, 1973, High Point, North Carolina Liz and Richard together again a Happy moment Elizabeth Taylor looks Back fondly at husband Richard Burton As he pushed her wheelchair through the waiting room at los Angeles International Airport yesterday following what a spokesman described As a reconciliation. They separated last july and appeared headed for divorce. Wire photo los Angeles a actress Elizabeth Taylor a new Diamond from Richard Burton dangling from her neck was whisked off to Italy by the Welsh born actor after their Hospital room reconciliation. Until the 48-year-old Burton arrived Friday night friends said Henry Wynberg of los Angeles. A former used car Salesman was the no. I Man in miss Taylor s life. But on sunday it was Burton who stood behind miss Taylor s wheelchair and pushed the actress onto a Jet bound for London then Naples where he is making a film. A she s going to get a lot of rest and Sunshine Quot Burton said. The two paused briefly for photographers in a crowd of newsmen and onlookers. A spokesman for the couple said miss Taylor. 41. Was experiencing pain from her abdominal surgery two weeks ago at the Urcla medical Center. Doctors said the surgery was for removal of an ovarian cyst and correction of a stomach condition. Miss Taylor had been expected to leave the Hospital this weekend and Burton was reported to have travelled to miss Taylor a bedside out of concern for her illness. A this Basic intent was to visit her while she was ill a said a spokeswoman for the actress. A but after they got together they decided to work out a Deborah Hutchins marries David Cheff Yarborough Deborah Ann Hutchins became the Bride of David Cheff Yarborough in a 4 p. In. Ceremony. Sunday at Ward Street United methodist Church. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Harold Hutchins of 123 Spring Garden Cir. The bridegrooms parents Are or. And mrs. David Carl Yarborough or. Of 8 9 Ste Fairview dr., Lexington. The couple repeated their vows before the Rev. Kenneth Moore. A prelude of wedding music was presented by mrs. Barbara Turner and mrs. Romona Cothran soloist. Escorted to the altar and Ywarn monday 7 a teenage drop in 4th St 7 . A Young women committee to action 4th St 7 30 . A yoga tuesday to a m. Bridge. 10 30 a in. 12.30 pm. Luncheon newcomers ladies dip newcomers Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a formal gown of candlelight silk organza Over bridal taffeta. The gown was designed with a Low. Lace edged neckline and lace applique on the Long fitted sleeves. The bodice was of re embroidered Klencon lace with seed pearls and Crystal beads. Her full a line skirt was designed with a lace Border with a Chapel length train edged with lace and pearls. Her Mantilla of silk illusion was encircled with Matching lace and held by a Juliet lace covered Cap. She carried a nosegay of White roses carnations with streamers and love knots. Diane Hutchins sister of the Bride was maid of Honor. Bridesmaids included Jeannie Gurley. Sheila Clements Donna Wood and Ann Baker of Greensboro. Gowned alike the attendants wore wine crepe with Ivory lace trimmed collars and cuffs. The a line skirts featured narrow self fabric Back Bow ties. They carried colonial bouquets of Pink sweetheart roses and Pink and Burgundy carnations with Pink velvet streamers. There were three honorary attendants. Amy Wrenn of Lexington was Flower girl. She wore a gown of Ivory crepe designed with Empire bodice trimmed of of of of of Cynthia Lamar Allen sink feted immediately following the rehearsal of Cynthia Lamar and Allen sink saturday evening the parents of miss Lamar or. And mrs. Charles Grayson Lamar entertained with a cake cutting at their Home in Trinity. Mrs. Houston Tuttle greeted the guests and introduced them to the receiving line which was composed of or. And mrs. Lamar or. And mrs. Lloyd sink and the bridal couple. Directing to the gift display room were or. And mrs. Carl Cox who also registered guests. Mrs. Ray Warner invited the guests to the dining room where refreshments were served. After the bridal couple Cut the first slice of cake mrs. Steve sink of Cary completed the cutting and serving. Mrs. Ralph sink of Thomasville and mrs. Joe White of Trinity assisted with serving. The table was covered with a White Linen lace edged cloth and entered with a Silver Eperone tilled with White Daisy chrysanthemums red carnations and Fern. Lighted red candles were on either Side of the arrangements. Christmas arrangements in red White and Green were used elsewhere in the entertaining area. Goodbye were said to or. And mrs. W. R. Oakley Uncle and aunt of the Bride. Guests attending the wedding and wedding parties were from Florence s.c., Wilmington Cary Fayetteville Winston Salem Ramseur. Asheboro Greensboro Sophia Randleman Jamestown Thomasville and Franklinville. Mrs. Yarborough Lay away now for Christmas bicycles a go carts mini bikes a Murray wheel toys parts and accessories Nichols Cycle sales and service ours Mon Fri. I a sat. 9-5 30 by. 311 South Tel. 431-4714 Burton and miss Taylor were married March 15, 1964. They separated last july 3 and the actress wrote a i believe with All my heart that this separation will ultimately bring us Back to where we should be and that is students with lace with a narrow self fabric Back Bow tie. She carried a White Basket filled with sweetheart roses and Pink and Burgundy carnations with a Pink velvet Bow. The bridegrooms father was his Best Man. Ushers were Graham Yarborough of Lexington. Sterling Shoaf Raleigh. Dough Allen Lexington. Chris Lyons Charlotte William Long Durham and James Ray Burnsville. A graduate of Ragsdale High school the Bride is a Sophomore at Western Carolina University. The bridegroom is a graduate of Lexington senior High and is a Junior at. Western Carolina University and a member of Kappa Alpha fraternity. The couple will reside on Caney Fork Road Cullowhee. At wit s end anything not put away just disappeared forever present Recita Marie Burnett presented one group of her students in a piano recital on saturday. Dec. 8 at 3 . At her Home on Nathan Hunt drive. Featured in the recital was Joan Shufelt who is a senior at Ragsdale High school. Miss Shufelt performed a Valse Tyr Lienne from a a by poulenc a larghetto by Scarlatti. A prelude Quot by Glover and a duet with miss Burnett. A German dance. No. 7 in major by Beethoven. Miss Shufelt is the daughter of or. And mrs. Edwin Shufelt. She is a member of Oak View Baptist Church where she is a service aide and in a teens. She is also a red Cross Volunteer and a member of girls chorus at Ragsdale. Other students performing on the recital were misty Ridge. Robin Smith Williard Linda Todd. Tina Foy Julie key sue Ann Bowers. Kathy Sanford. Freda Call Kim Ayscue Mitchell and Ann Neill. Following the recital refreshments were served in the dining room to students and guests by miss Burnette assisted by mrs. Harold Ayscue. Grant received by unc a Greensboro the University of North Carolina at Greensboro has received an $81, xxx Grant from the z. Smith Reynolds foundation of Winston Salem Chancellor James s. Ferguson announced today. Smith Bagley president of the z. Smith Reynolds foundation notified unc a officials of the Grant which had been earlier approved by the trustees of the Reynolds foundation. The Money will support the Katharine Smith Reynolds scholarship program at i no a for the 1974-75 academic year. The Reynolds scholarship program was established in november 1962 with the first recipients entering unc a in the fall of 1963. Since that time the foundation has Given $822,-800 to unc a for the program including the present Grant. The scholarships Are for women and Range in value from $500 to $1,650 per year with selections being made on Merit but the amount being based on financial need. The awards Are renewable for three additional years of study beyond the freshman year. Thus Over four years the Range of a Reynolds scholarship would be Between $2,000 and $6,600. Last year there were 400 applicants for the scholarships and 25 students were named recipients of the awards. Altogether there have been 145 Reynolds scholarship winners since the program was started. By Erma Bombeck i was retrieving a week s Supply of underwear from under my son s bed the other morning when my husband admonished. A How old does a boy have to be before he begins picking up his own clothes a Quot thirty five Quot i asked. A this in t a quiz a he said angrily. A a it san indictment against our children and you a Quot How did i get into this a i asked Quot because you re not firm. Given two weeks i could have these kids leaving their rooms like the foyer of a Model a How a i panted. A a it a very simple. Every time i see something on the floor i hide it. When they finally run out of clothes they come to me and ask where it is and then i Lay it on them. From Here on in anything that in t picked up and deposited where it belongs the first few Days weren to bad. But by the end of the week the entire House was in chaos. When the younger son found his gym clothes in the desk drawer and his jacket under the Cushion of the sofa he immediately assumed it was the work of his brother and retaliated by hiding his Tennis shoes on top of the hot water Heater and his books in the Deborah Ann Hutchins and David Yarborough honoured at events Mailbox. Their sister upon finding a pair of trousers under her waterbed reciprocated by hiding a record album under the Bookcase and a basketball in the clothes hamper. They in turn hid her Billfold in the Tea canister and her gloves in the Woodfox. Things came to a head one night when i reached out to pick up my needlepoint and it Wasny to there. A you leave things laying around Quot said my son. Quot just hold it a i shouted. A it was t my dumb game but if that a the Way you want to play it. A 1 hid his bicycle lock in the oven by the beginning of the second week the entire House was paralysed. No one could go to school because they could t find books or leave the House because there was nothing clean to Wear. My car keys had been gone for Days. We approached my husband As a group. A we give up a we said. A from Here on in we re reformed. We pick up everything and when it is dirty we put it in the clothes hamper. What a the matter a a my car was towed away today a he said numbly. A it was illegally the last time i saw a look like that on a face we rubbed the Puppy a nose in it and put him outside. Following the wedding of Deborah Ann Hutchins and David Cheff Yarborough held on sunday at Ward Street United methodist Church a reception was held by the brides parents or. And mrs. Harold Hutchins in the Church Fellowship Hall. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a Pink Satin cloth with bridal lace overlay and entered with an arrangement of Pink and Burgundy carnations with Gyp Sophila and Pink snapdragons flanked by Silver Candleab-rums., the cake table was covered with a White Satin cloth overlaid with tulle the tiered wedding cake was topped with a nosegay of Pink roses and Burgundy carnations and Gyp Sophila. After the bridal couple Cut the first slice of cake mrs. Webb Brinkley of Welcome aunt of the bridegroom mrs. Tom Helmstetter of Lexington his aunt mrs. Bunnie Dorsett of Lexington and mrs. Emmett White Cousin of the Bride completed the serving. Rehearsal dinner the bridegrooms parents or. And mrs. David a Yarborough or. Entertained at a dinner party at the Holiday inn in Lexington on saturday evening following the wedding rehearsal. The Bride was presented with a Corsage of White carnations and the bridegroom received a boutonniere. Their places were marked with a pair of kissing Angels. The dining table covered with a Gold cloth featured an arrangement of Burgundy and Ivory mums accented with Ivory tapers. Guests included the wedding party bridal families and close friends of the couple. The bridal couple chose this occasion to present gifts to their attendants. Wedding breakfast miss Hutchins and or. Yar fresh ideas from our w / to fat come in and browse Al a Al a in m a Tri Var try a. I d a a Uffman Hunt 812-7-3 Borough were honoured on Sun Day morning when the bridegrooms uncles and aunts or. And mrs. Hill Wrenn and or. And mrs. Tom Helmstetter of i Lexington entertained at a wedding breakfast at the Holiday inn Lexington. The tables were entered with red and Green arrangements. 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