High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 16 1974, Page 6

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 16, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Mrs. Gary Warren Smith Vicki Ann Koonts weds or. Smith n Thomasville Thomasville Vicki Ann Koonts daughter of . Bill g. Koonts and the late or. Koonts was married to Gary Warren Smith son of . Oscar e. Parrish and the late Robert Smith on july 12. The 8 . Ceremony took place at Zion United Church of Christ in Thomasville with the Rev. Lynwood Hubbard officiating. Wedding music was presented by is. Patsy Taylor organist and Pat Taylor vocalist. The Bride and bridegroom entered the Church together. They had no attendants. The Bride wore a formal gown of Lavender lace and Chiffon. The a line dress was designed with High neckline and Long sleeves of lace and Chiffon. She wore an Elbow length veil of illusion. The veil and gown were designed and made by the Bride. She carried a White Bible topped with a Lavender Orchid. An Honor graduate of Ledford High school the Bride is employed at the office of Anvil Brand inc., High Point. Or. Smith was graduated from Thomasville senior High school and is employed at Rex plastics in Thomasville. The couple will reside on route 6 following a trip to the Beach. On thursday evening the bridegrooms parents entertained approximately 40 guests at a cookout at their Home. The brides Mother entertained at a reception following the wedding. Miss Kathy Koonts is. Peggy Koonts and miss Laura Perryman served. Also assisting were . Arnold Motsinger and . Ray Saintsing aunts of the Bride. Engaged couple is feted in Jamestown Jamestown a miss Helen chem icky and . Bow Stafford were hostesses at the town Hall in Jamestown saturday at a party to Honor miss Beverly be rime Bryant and Stephen Charles Sizemore. The couple will be married on aug. 17 at Canaan land. Miss Bryant received a White Daisy Corsage when she arrived and a Carnation boutonniere was Given to or. Sizemore. Entertainment was furnished by Bow Stafford Maurice peace and Timmy Bryant brother of the Bride to be. Guests participated in singing a Medley of songs. Miscellaneous wedding gifts were presented to that couple by the approximately 55 guests. Recipes for s Happy marriage were also in eluded among the gifts. Refreshments were serve it from a table covered with i Blue and White Linen clot and entered with Ai arrangement of mixed summer Flowers. Is. Haze Howard poured punch. Special guests Wen parents of the couple or and . Calvin b. Bryan and or. And . William a Sizemore and or. Sizemore aunt is. Frances Marshall latest amp ii full % Christy Vernon or. And . Robert Vernon of it. 6, Thomasville Are parents of a daughter Christy Michelle. The child was born on july 12 at the local Hospital. Mrs. Vernon is the former Teresa Wilkes of High Point. Heather Kennedy or. And . Edward Kennedy of 320 Amhurst St. Are parents of a daughter Heather Leigh who was born on july la at the High Point Hospital. Mrs. Kennedy is the former Karen Isom of Wytheville a. Kelly Smith or. And . G. Thomas Smith or. Of Greensboro announce the july 8 arrival of their daughter Kelly Elizabeth who was born at Wesley Long Hospital. The child a grandparents Are mr., and . Charles Wyrick of Greensboro and . Glen t. Smith and the late or. Smith of High Point. George Weisman or. Or. And . Larry Weisman of 1504 e. Lexington ave. Announce the birth of their son George Larry or. On july la at High Point memorial Hospital. Today s recipe by Marian Burros women a news service a different color and flavor for old fashioned Pound cake. 1 cup is la butter or Margarine 2 is cups sugar 5 eggs 3 cups flour i Teaspoon each Salt and baking powder i cup unsweetened Cocoa i cup milk i Teaspoon Vanilla Cream butter until Light and Fluffy. Add sugar gradually creaming Well. Beat in eggs one at a time. Sift flour measure then sift twice again with Salt baking powder and Cocoa. Mix in ingredients alternately with milk beating just until blended. Stir in Vanilla. Turn into a greased and floured Hunch tube pan. Bake at 325 degrees for i hour and 40 minutes or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. Let Cool on rack then turn out. Makes 12 to 14 Servings. Best steaks anywhere k p the a i the t your hostess and Host Quot Linda Ond Wylie Moore Quot peddle a i a Shoub tel. 869-3614 High Point All Abc permit double value for lovers Gold wedding duo gleaming Golden wedding bands Start Young lovers on their Way to a Bright future and a sound marriage with a double ring ceremony. Regularly 60.00 Sale 40 both rings jewel Box 139 s. Main St., High Point a 883-0827 Tom Huck Antioni it Kington Thomasville it to Wuu Windom at i Chuway in 4 complimented at dinner now is the Tim i str the valuable Winter Tai 4 Lethe away far the summer. Our Bai and vault a it a r of a is temperature and humidity to trailed for safety. 6 17 4 m a sol Anil Maui tilts Uto iwo ush tit. Ms-2101 Guilford optical co. High Point f i j in if to j the world of w 0 m e n Adelaide s editor tuesday july 16, 1974. Page 6a Dora Boyles and Fiance a free parking a enter from main St. Next to building 654 ?1 von Telephone North main St cd 885-2647 serving this Arco Aine 1947. Large selection of late fashions in frames lot us fill your next prescription for glasses. Four registered opticians to serve you. Jack Southerland Hoyt Wilton Aubrey Bowman Garland Pugh miss Dara Boyles and her Fiance Gregg Gibhardt were honoured sunday evening at a dinner at the Home of or. And . Thayer Coggin 1032 Rockford re. Hosts and hostesses for the party were or. And . Coggin and their son Christopher who will be an usher in the wedding. When she arrived miss miscellaneous Shower honors miss Farris Janice Farris Bride elect of Chris Bristow was entertained last evening at a miscellaneous bridal Shower in the Fellowship Hall of pleasant Grove United methodist Church. Joining to entertain were is. Ruby Peurifoy is. Mary Ritter and is. Susan Wright. A Corsage of Daisy mums and a gift of Silver in her chosen pattern were Given to miss Farriss by her hostesses. Party foods were served Friendship club has supper party a Maggie and Jiggs party highlighted the meeting of the Friendship club of the Owca. The group also had supper. During a business meeting the group voted to sponsor entertainment at their aug. 8 meet at 7 . The Public will be invited and there will be no charge but donations May be made. At the close of the business meeting the group danced to recorded music. The next meeting will take place on thursday evening at the Owca at 7 30 . From a table covered with a White cloth and entered with yellow and White daisies flanked by yellow candles in Crystal holders. Special guests included . Del love Mother of the Bride elect . Warren Bristow Mother of the prospective bridegroom and is. Flossie Bristow grandmother of or. Bristow. The engaged couple will be married on aug. 24 at pleasant Grove United methodist Church in Thomasville. How much of what first there a the hog then there a the carcass then the wholesale or primal cuts from which Are derived the retail cuts displayed at the meat counter. There a Only so much of each Cut available from each carcass. Here s How the primal cuts break Down As a percentage of the carcass shoulders from which come the Boston and picnic cuts15.4 percent loin 18 percent of which Only about a third is the Center loin a source of the popular Center Cut chops and loin roast Side Bacon spare ribs21 percent. Another 24.5 percent is trimmings for sausage fat for lard and miscellaneous products such As necklines and pigs feet. Boyles was presented with a Corsage of White. Chrysanthemums to complement her red and White dinner dress. The hosts and hostesses invited the Honor couple and guests to the Patio where appetizers were served and Champagne toasts were made to the bridal couple. A Rosewood and Chrome end table was the gift of the Coggins to the engaged couple. Dinner was served from a Buffet table accented with imported Crystal candelabrum and an antique Oriental screen. Tables where guests were seated featured runners of Handwoven South american material Centrepieces of White and yellow mums and mixed greenery. Ivory candles in Crystal holders were lighted. Yellow and White Flowers were arranged throughout the Home. Among the guests were or. And . Van Boyles and j. Van Boyles parents and brother of the Bride elect and or. And . George Gibhardt and Tamara Gibhardt parents and sister of the prospective bridegroom. Miss Boyles and or. Gibhardt will be married on july 27 at the first reformed United Church of Christ. Vow auxiliary meets thursday the auxiliary to vow Piedmont Post 1960 will meet at the Post Home on Burton Street on thursday evening. The meeting is planned for 7 30 of clock. High fashion Franco of Milan presents a Pant suit during the kick off show in Rome. The featuring fur from shoulder to wrist and autumn Winter italian collection was pleated tiered White silk evening gown revealed at the show. A wire photo Myra Hill is honoured at miscellaneous Shower Myra Hill july Bride elect of Jerry Langley of Greensboro was honoured at a miscellaneous bridal Shower saturday evening at the Home of . Edward Wolfe or. On Hedrick Road in Thomasville. Mrs. Wolfe who will be the Matron of Honor in the 4 . Ceremony saturday was hostess for the event. Upon her arrival the Bride elect was presented a Corsage of Lavender Phlox with greenery. The hostess added to the Shower of gifts a Large octagonal Mirror with elongated vertical sides. The Mirror was bordered by a brushed Gold Frame. The serving table was covered with an Ivory cloth covered with Woven victorian lace. The table was entered with an arrangement of fresh summer Flowers in shades of red yellow Blue and Green flanked by White candles in Coke party Given for miss Jane Hunter Frances Mayo says vows with Bobby g. Mcmahan miss Jane Hunter. August Bride elect was honoured saturday at a Coke party held in the Home of . D. P. Douglass on country club or. Co hostesses were . T. A. Mcneill and . W. B. Kelly. The honoree was presented a Corsage of Shasta daisies when she arrived. Later the hostesses added two place settings of China in her chosen pattern to the Shower of gifts. Approximately 30 guests called Between the hours of 10 30 a m. And noon. They were greeted by the hostesses and invited into the entertaining area where refreshments were served from a Glass top table entered with an arrangement of daisies and Yara. Miss Hunter will become the Bride of Tommy Douglas Orengia of Kinston on aug. To at first presbyterian Church. Crystal holders. Refreshments were served by miss Lynn Everhart and miss Jill Greene. In the living area were fresh Gardenia blossoms in a Small Crystal Basket and an arrangement of assorted Field daisies. Approximately 25 guests called. Out of town guests and relatives were from Greensboro Hickory and Lexington. Special guests for the event included . John Buren Hill Mother of the honoree . Armp w. Langley of Greensboro Mother of the Groom to be miss Kim Everhart Cousin of the Bride who will be a bridesmaid in the wedding and miss Melinda Wilkinson who will be the soloist in the wedding. Miss Hill and or. Langley will speak their vows in a july 20 ceremony at first United methodist Church in Thomasville. This week special Greenville Frances Edward Mayo daughter of or. And . Jonas f. Edwards of Falkland and Bobby Gene Mcmahan son of or. And . C. C. Mcmahan of Janice Avenue High Point were married on july 14 at Hollywood presbyterian Church. Officiating at the 3 . Ceremony was the Rev. William s. Forbes. Wedding musicians were is. Hazel Evans vocalist and . Oden Mcgowan organist. The Bride s father escorted her to the altar and gave her in marriage. She wore a formal gown of lace fashioned with High neckline Long tapered sleeves and Yoke and neckline accented with a scalloped ruffle and Venise lace edging. From the Yoke Down the dress was lined with baby Blue crepe. The a line skirt extended into a Chapel train. Her veil of illusion was attached to a White picture hat edged with Matching lace and White and Blue Flowers. The dress was created and designed by is. Inez Vandiford of Greenville. The brides sister . Heber Cobb was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were Judy Brooks sister of the bridegroom Jon Mcmahan daughter of the bridegroom and Diane Cobb Niece of the Bride. The attendants wore formal yellow crepe gowns with Matching picture hats and carried bouquets of yellow mums. John Steven Mcmahan son of the bridegroom was Best Man. Serving As Ushers were Frankie Edwards brother of the Bride Tim suits and Gary Barwick. The Bride is a graduate of . Bobby Gene Mcmahan East Carolina University and is employed As a primary teacher. Or. Mcmahan is employed by the University of North Carolina at Greensboro As a lieutenant with the Campus police. The couple will reside at 722 Belmont dr., High Point. A cake cutting was Given by the family of the Bride at Hollywood presbyterian Church in the Fellowship Hall following the rehearsal on Friday evening. I baby soft. Uede restored. S jcieancr5-l.aunoeittrs 1670 English tit �>3i01 Flowers for All occasions High Point loading flout Grace Flower shop a till Winn is Iii wed Phan a a a 406 and mm617 Sample shoe store is continuing the tremendous Semi annual if shoe \ Sale on women s and men s shoes Sample shoe Stoke 119 n. Main St

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