High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Feb 20 1972, Page 25

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 20, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Linda Farlow is married to Robert John Skalany High Point Enterprise sunday february 20, 1972 3b Sophia a miss Linda Elaine Farlow. Daughter of or. And mrs. Mclain Farlow and Robert John Sklany. Son of or. And mrs. John Skalany of 50 s. Williams St. Crystal Lake 111., were wed on saturday at Marlboro friends meeting House. The Rev. Wallace Sills or. Officiated at the 7 30 p. M. Nuptials. Wedding musicians were Don Williams guitarist and miss Diane Farlow organist. The Bride wore a gown of Pau de some styled in classic lines with a Sabrina neckline Crescent Waistline and full length sleeves embellished motifs f Klencon lace on the skirt. Her Watteau Chapel length train with lace trim was attached at the shoulders. She wore a Nylon tulle veil fastened to a Crescent shaped Headpiece of lace and pearls and carried a White Bible a gift from her paternal Grandfather. Topped with an Orchid. Matron of Honor was mrs. Larry Rich of Greensboro the brides sister. Bridesmaids were misses Carol Skalany of Crystal Lake sister of the bridegroom Betty Southern of Stokesdale and Beverly far lows. Sister of the Bride. Flower Gin was Gayle Davis of Randleman and ring bearer was Bryan Davis of Greensboro. Junior bridesmaids were Cynthia Davis and Joyce Brookshire both of Randleman. The attendants wore floor length gowns of yellow crepe and brocade. The crepe bodices fashioned with Long full sleeves and stand up collars were attached to gathered brocade skirts. They carried nosegay of White carnations and yellow Shasta daisies entered with a yellow Candle. The bridegrooms father was Best Man. Ushers were Larry Rich Greensboro Keith Davis Randleman Steve Schomig Virginia and Tommy Hunt Asheboro. The Bride is 1971 graduate of Randleman High school and a recent graduate of Cepi of Greensboro. She plans to work in High Point. The bridegroom is a graduate of Crystal Lake Community High school 1970, and is presently serving with the u. S. Air Force. He is stationed at Langley fab Hampton. A. Following a trip to Illinois the Bride will return Home to be with her parents and the bridegroom will be stationed in the philippine islands Alan forecast frankly feminine n. Assure movement and Grace to your Hairdo by v boosting your curls with one of our permanents on special now our Reg. $15.00 set less wave. S.i5 j our Reg. $32.50 Lanol wave. 14.15 miss Clairol color Bath. 7.50 Mon., tues., wed. Only a stylists slightly More a amp Wuu Beauty and wig salons College Village-882-8753 Westchester mall-882-1 148 if starting promptly at 9 30 monday morning Nelman of monday and tuesday Only All remaining Winter dresses $222_sc22_$722 a a All remaining Winter skirts $022 were to $12. Large group plastic raincoats is 22 were to $5. Targe group umbrellas s922 entire Stock Winter Coats less than 1/2 Price name Brand sups $090 group blouses s022 All remaining Winter Slacks $922 entire Stock new Spring pantsuits reduced Many other items reduced Riedman j j plenty of free parking in Back of our store a. Oakview. Lebanon women plan service members of the women a society of Christian service at Oakview and Lebanon United methodist churches will participate this week in one of the most important annual observances of United methodist women throughout the United states. The Call to prayer and Sitf denial for women will be observed on tuesday at 7 30 p. In. In Lebanon United methodist Church. Theme of the program will be a open up your music will be provided by Marvin Williams organist and mrs. Lewis von Cannon soloist. Taking part on the program will be the following women from Oakview mrs William Shaffer stillness mrs. Don Horne awareness. Mrs. D. He Ion Cornett of mrs. Richard Lew in. Giving and mrs. Chester Hodgin Mission. Lebanon methodic women participating will include mrs. Frances Payne meditation mrs Bob Parris thanksgiving mrs. Glenn Lambreth. Examination mrs. Thurman Lehr. Openness and mrs. Robert Gordon doing. During a musical intermission by or. Williams a quiet Tea will be served. A Nursery will be provided and women have been asked to bring their bibles and pencils. The Call to prayer and self denial focuses on prayer a deepened spiritual life a guided Mission study and a much needed self denial offering for special Mission work in the United states and around the world. Over it million women i n approximately 34,000 societies and guilds in All 50 states will join in the Observance. The Call a inspired by the needs and the opportunities to be made possible by self denial gifts a is sponsored by the women a division of the United methodist Board of missions the National body through which the local women s societies and guilds function. The major events of the observances Are the quiet Day prayer meditation a silent meal. And an interpretation of the Mission projects for which the special offering will be made. Each year the women s i vision designates Mission projects in the United states and overseas to receive the special offering which is Given As part of the Call to prayer and self denial. This year the projects chosen because of urgent needs Are tinted voluntary service wherein concerned Young people recognize needs and take Steps to meet them. Serving people by starting new forms of Mission before requesting minimal financial Aid and sex United states self Iri tended involvement of existing Mission projects in Community life directed toward increasing the coordination of Mission schools and institutions with the lives of seriously impoverished and isolated people in their communities especially in Appalachia. 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