High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 21 1974, Page 26

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 21, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 10b High Point Enterprise sunday july 21,1974 Horney Bingham couple complimented weekend wedding festivities for miss Emily Ann Bingham and James Charles Homey or. Included a reception wedding breakfast rehearsal dinner and bridesmaids luncheon. Miss Bingham and or. Homey were married saturday afternoon in a 4 of clock ceremony at Wesley memorial United methodist Church. Reception immediately following the ceremony the brides parents or. And mrs. Nixon Ingram Bingham entertained with a reception in the Asbury room of the Church. Guests were greeted by or. And mrs. Richard w. Stout Uncle and aunt of the Bride. Jane Lloyd and Cindy Stout presided at the Register table which was lighted with a traditional memory Candle encircled at the base with greenery. The wedding cake was placed on a table covered with a White Satin cloth edged with lace. The tiered cake was topped with a nosegay of pastel summer Flowers. Greenery and Flowers encircled the base. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a Pink Satin cloth overlaid with White bridal lace. At the Center was an arrangement of Pink White and yellow snapdragons Blue and White Shasta daisies and Pink tuberose flanked by Silver candelabrum holding lighted White tapers. Mrs. M. Maxum Bingham Pamela Bingham mrs. Norma Homey mrs. James h. Moriarty and mrs. Gerald l. Lloyd assisted in serving program of piano music was presented during the reception by Joe English Walker. Goodbye were said to or. And mrs. William a. Homey jr., Uncle and aunt of the bridegroom. Wedding breakfast earlier on saturday a wedding breakfast was held in Honor of the couple at the colonial country club in Thomasville. Or. And mrs. M. Maxum Bingham of Thomasville and their daughter Pamela Allen Bingham of Raleigh hosted the event. Members of the wedding party their escorts close friends of the couple and out of town guests were greeted by or. And mrs. James h. Moriarty or. Of Thomasville Uncle and aunt of the Bride. Another aunt of the Bride mrs. Gerald r. Lloyd and a Cousin Jane Lloyd of Cookeville Tenn., invited guests to the lounge where appetizers were served. Breakfast was served in the club dining room to the 60 guests in attendance. A color scheme of yellow and White was followed throughout the entertaining area. The tables were covered with yellow Linen cloths and entered with arrangements of yellow and White Shasta daisies and Gyp Sophila. On the brides table was an arrangement of White snapdragons yellow roses and Shasta daisies with Gyp Sophila. Upon their arrival the Bride and bridegroom received a Corsage and a boutonniere. Rehearsal dinner miss Bingham and or. Homey were honoured Friday evening at a rehearsal dinner party Given at Willow Creek Golf club by or. And mrs. James Charles Homey parents of the bridegroom and misses Jane and Jennifer Homey Sisters of the bridegroom. Guests were received by the Host and hostesses in the foyer of the club and invited onto the Patio for refreshments. The Patio was decorated in yellow and White and was highlighted with rustic candles. After the social hour guests were invited into the dining area which also was decorated with yellow and White. The room featured rustic lanterns and candles. An arrangement of snapdragons Shasta daisies and Gladioli in pastel colors entered the brides table. Guests were seated at individual tables covered with yellow cloths accented with White napkins. Arrangements of mixed summer Flowers in pastel shades with Matching tapers were used at the centers. Members of the wedding party family friends and out of town guests were among the approximately 65 persons attending the dinner. Guests attended from Thomasville Lexington Greensboro Charlotte it. Pleasant Raleigh Chapel Hill Cookeville Tenn., and Baltimore my. Bridesmaids luncheon miss Bingham and her attendants shared honors on Friday at a bridesmaids luncheon Given by mrs. Robert i. Helm and her daughter mrs. Clayton r. Mercik. The event was held at old Salem tavern in Winston Salem. In keeping with the decor of the tavern natural Wicker baskets of Blue and White Flowers were used on the tables. The brides place was marked with an old fashioned nosegay of the same Flowers. Miss Bingham chose this occasion to present gifts of engraved Sterling Silver key rings to her attendants Lynne Stout Jane Homey Jennifer Homey Jane Lewis Lauren Livengood and mrs. Emerick. Susan Bingham Junior bridesmaid received an engraved Gold locket. Special guests included mrs. Nixon i. Bingham Mother of the Bride mrs. James c. Homey Mother of the bridegroom mrs. Gerald Lloyd of Cookeville Tenn. And Jane Lloyd and Cindy Stout who will Register guests at the wedding. The Bride presented Silver engraved charms to miss Lloyd and miss Stout. The hostesses presented the Bride gifts of China in her chosen pattern. Parents can reduce fear of dentistry Farmington Conn. A although the dental profession considers the presence of parents a bother while their child is in the dental chair a dentist with a . In child psychology says parents can help reduce a child a fear. But some parents Are a More effective than others a said or. Larry l. Venham who. Teaches child dentistry at the University of Connecticut health Center. A the mothers who seem to have a lot of anxiety about dentistry i would leave them in the waiting room a mid Venham who recently won an honorable mention for his study on whether mothers should stay with their children during dental treatment. Before allowing mothers into the work area Venham said he would interview each one and select those based on a Good relationship with the child. Poison Ivy,.honeysuckle threaten fruit Trees . State University answers timely gardening questions q. I have trouble with Poison Ivy and honeysuckle around my fruit Trees. Will 2, 4-d Hurt Trees if so what can i use c. D., High Point a. It s Safe if you use a shield Over the sprayer nozzle. You need to direct the 2, 4-d on the Poison Ivy and honeysuckle. A Little 2,4-d on the mature bark of the Trees would be Okay but be careful. Carl Blake Extension agronomist q. Our Phlox has finished Blooming. Should we Cut away the old Flower Heads mrs b. C., Clemmons a. Phlox will Flower a second time this fall if not allowed to go to seed. removing old Flower Heads you will help plants to conserve Energy for new growth and Root development. Henry j. Smith Extension landscape Horticulturist q. We have White mildew on our Anonymous shrubs. What can we Spray with t. B., Wake Forest a. Your Anonymous probably has powdery mildew a common disease of this ornamental. Spray with Din Cap Kar Thane Beno myl Meniate or Fulfur. Use at rates suggested on the Label. Repeat every 7 to to Days until disease disappears. R. K. Jones Extension pathologist Highland leasing our Lolli it car Why does your neighbor lease ? ii Cashon Stoks Lovely Ine Wear from Henson kicker Nick 3 for 535 4-7, Reg. 2.25 3 for 595 89, Reg. 2.50 Henson kicker Nick s famous Nylon Tricot briefs from thalhimer. Formula fit with ample seat room to prevent pulling. White Only. See us. E 7-21 i i Ion of Highland motors inc 805 n. Mailis. High Point. \. It i makes shop monday through saturday 10/9 Colleen a vim 7 enrol now a stenographic a bookkeeping a receptionist a Dictaphone typist a clerk typist a executive secretarial a general office a general secretarial a refresher courses a special courses Day and night classes Pinion business College a 1210 n. Main a a 882-0614 your Happy shopping Storo now it costs less to have much Lashier lashes fuofkni1 to Cashon Stoms in fora limited time Only natural wonder lashings 2 pairs Only 5.00 Fea theries. Regularly 3.50 a pair baby fines. Regularly 3.50 a pair Long Seraw Nies. Regularly 3.75 a pair Asp Lashune doubles luf Unal it Wuhu umm to it Alii iams i Wiwi 00/ Lufi Scianni by yer augers. Natural wonder by Revlon to it a a a begin Christmas in july with Bucilla kits make Christmas gifts a summer pastime with Bucilla Craft kits from thalhimer. Have the fun of making your own gifts and decorations. Christmas stockings Needle Point 8.00. 8>piece luncheon set four place Mats four napkins 9.00. Quot jewelled Quot Christmas tree skirt 16.00. Stuffed toys 5.00. Miniature picture kits in several styles 2.50. Frames 1.60, shop monday through saturday 10/9

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