High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 8 1974, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 8, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Patricia Randolph Evans slide weds Paul Richard English program presented Chevy Chase my. Patricia Randolph Evans daughter of or. And mrs. John Penhallow Evans or. Of 8220 burning tree re. In Bethesda and Paul Richard English of High Point. N.c., were United in marriage on june 29 at All saints episcopal Church. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Joseph English of 707 Beaumont or. In Altoona. A. The Rev. Richard Miller officiated at the 4 . Ceremony. Joseph Alexander presented a program of wedding in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a victorian gown of Ivory silk organza and Klencon lace designed with a lace embroidered bodice High neckline and fitted sleeves. She wore a Matching Camelot Headpiece with an attached Chapel length Mantilla of illusion bordered with lace and she carried a bouquet of White roses. Miss Mary Lynn Johnson of Winston Salem was the maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were Elizabeth Hagood of Clifton a. And Anne Harrington of Cambridge. Miss Emily Virginia Evans was her Sisters Junior bridesmaid. The bridal attendants wore gowns of Turquoise and White and carried Crescent bouquets of Lavender mums and yellow roses. Terrance l. English of Caninus n.y., was his brother a Best Man. Ushers were John Penhallow Evans Iii brother of the Bride David Greene of Wilmington Del. And Robert Samuel of Annandale a. Mrs. Paul Richard English the new mrs. English is a graduate of Walt Whitman High school and High Point College with a . Degree in social studies. While at High Point College she was a member of d.a.r., Secretary of her class and an officer in Zeta Tau Alpha fraternity. She is currently a secondary school teacher in the High Point Public schools. Or. English is a graduate of West Nottingham Academy in cobra and High Point College with a is degree in history and political science. He is a Metal designer for uni Point industries in High Point. The parents of the Bride entertained at the reception which was held at the Columbia country club immediately following the wedding ceremony. Or. And mrs. F. Alden Murray or. And or. And mrs. William Stuart Gaines entertained at a dinner on june 26 in Bethesda. The couple will reside in High Point. Evelyn Bullock is Bride of James Carter Allen Fuquay Varina Evelyn Beth Bullock daughter of or. And mrs. George e. Bullock and James Carter Allen son of or. And mrs. James h. Allen of 6 Forest Lake rd., Greensboro were wed on sunday at the Home of the brides parents. The Rev. Jimmy Bullock conducted the 4 30 . Garden wedding. John Hodges presented a prelude of wedding music. The Bride was Given in marriage by John Pope. She wore a full length gown of organza. The full length sleeves featured ruffles and appliques. The skirt was designed with a ruffled Hemline. She wore a picture hat and carried a bridal bouquet of mixed summer Flowers. The brides attendants were Adriane Gardner Mary Allen Amanda Pope Patty Lance and Jan Pat Worthington. There were three honorary attendants. The bridegroom chose his father As Best Man. Ushers were Tommy Allen Bobby Allen James Hodges and Wayne Thomas. The Bride is attending the University of North Carolina Greensboro. The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. The couple will reside in Greensboro. A reception was held following the ceremony. Linda Tate marries Jeffrey Downs Kerr a outdoor living at Home was the subject for the program Given by Dorothy b. Green Home demonstration agent from Greensboro at the meeting of the midweek Extension homemakers club. The group met at the Home of mrs. Gordon Weathers. Color slides of various outdoor living quarters were shown As the speaker commented. Mrs. Green said that outdoor quarters must have a plan and one should consider its use. Cost Upkeep and relationship to the Home. She said that thought should be Given to the versatility of the outdoor living area. One should be Able to Cook Dine read party play games and lounge in the area and it should be convenient to the Kitchen and living room mrs. Green told the group. The speaker described the various types of patios and suggested How they should be treated. The Patio should be made to provide privacy Shade in the afternoon and should conform to the landscaping of the grounds around it. She said that the Terrace is open and usually larger than the Patio. The deck is usually accessible to the Home and is an Extension of the room it adjoins mrs. Green said. The final area described was the Gazebo a place to sit and gaze at one s surroundings. She said that during Daylight hours no artificial lighting is needed. Trees or folding shades May be used for controlling the Light. She said that adjustable holders and lamps can be mounted at night. She discussed outdoor furniture in detail. Mrs. Weathers conducted the business meeting and announced that several workshops will be held later at the agriculture Center in Greensboro. Mrs. T. E. Ragan gave the devotional. Refreshments were served by mrs. Weathers and her associate hostess mrs. J. L. Andrews when members arrived. Social Calendar monday 8 . A women of the Moose meet at the Moose Home on North main Street. Tuesday 7.30 . A the Piedmont Valeche league has the second meeting of the current series at the Home of mrs. Michael White too e. Bellevue or. Linda Shankle Tate and Jeffrey Downs Kerr were married on june 30 at St. Mary a episcopal Church. The couple repeated their vows before the Rev. William p. Price. Or. Harold Andrews organist presented a program of wedding music. Mrs. H. Cornell Johnson was the Matron of Honor and Stephanie Tate was a bridesmaid. William h. Moyer of Greensboro served As Best Man and Jeffrey Tate was an usher. A wedding reception was held at the Church immediately following the wedding ceremony. The couple will reside in High Point. Your precious old photographs copied and restored a no Molter about age or coot on a faded punt restored background removed a in Corona color Goldstone or Opal tone a a a of accent on Quality College Village 883-6526 mrs. Allen Althusa club meets tonight High Point Althusa club will meet this evening at 6 30 of clock at the shelter at Wesley memorial United methodist Church. The group will have a covered dish supper and business meeting latest arrivals Mark Abernethy or. And mrs William Abernethy or. Of Matawan. N j., announce the birth of a son Mark William on july 2 at Freehold n The baby is the grandson of mrs. J. W Abernethy of Johnson Street and the late or. Abernethy and the late or. Abernethy. Free estimates living room Hall amp dining room or dining area i wedding Day fresh. Gown cleaning amp Condi boning so Matitu cleaners Lalinde rer9 </0 i no i ish in is to bonded insured infill Point Enterprise the world of i ii a ill la ill Ujj Adelaide monday july 8, 1974. Page 6a auxiliary awards displayed Emma Vaughan left and Hazel Hinson right hold first place awards received at the vow auxiliary state convention in Charlotte. Carrie Beal Cente incoming president admires the awards which were presented for programs on loyalty Day and the Erline Mayberry scholarship fund earned by vow auxiliary to Post 619. Is. Hinson was first runner up for auxiliary president of the year. Is. Vaughan is loyalty Day chairman and a past president. Staff photo by Art Richardson lesson included Call 885-5323 a Sassoni a it music co. 1 i 224 North Elm Greensboro North Carolina s largest music dealer 2 4-year guarantee even though interest rates May drop during the coming year or years your interest on first citizens 7%% savings Bonds is guaranteed for four years. 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