High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jul 21 1974, Page 28

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 21, 1974, High Point, North Carolina I2b High Point Enterprise sunday july 21,1974 Langley Hill couple entertained Thomasville Myra ant re Hill and her bridegroom Jerry Way Langley were guests of Honor at three events this weekend a a reception wedding breakfast and rehearsal dinner. The couple spoke their vows of marriage in a 4 of clock ceremony saturday afternoon at first United methodist Church. Reception immediately following the ceremony the couple shared honors at a reception hosted by the Bride s parents or. And mrs. John Buren Hill of fair Grove Forest. Guests were invited to the Thomasville woman s club. They were greeted and directed to the serving table by or. And mrs. Wilburn k. Everhart Uncle and aunt of the Bride. The refreshment table was covered with a White Linen cloth bordered with Queen Annex a lace Over a yellow Satin floor length underskirt. At the Center was a three tiered wedding cake encircled with White sweetheart rosebuds Gypsophila and greenery. Atop the cake was a nosegay of fresh bridal miss Hill marries Jerry Langley Thomasville Myra Anne Hill and Jerry Way Langley of Greensboro spoke their vows of marriage in a 4 of clock ceremony saturday afternoon at first United methodist Church. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. John Buren Hill of 105 Forest or. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Armp w. Langley of 2714 Liberty rd., Greensboro. The Rev. Courtney b. Ross officiated at the double ring ceremony. A prelude of wedding music was presented by mrs. Virginia Hooker organist and Melinda Wilkinson of Greensboro soloist. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a formal gown of candlelight Ivory English net with Klencon lace accents. It was designed with a Low scooped neckline edged with lace Long fitted sleeves with flared victorian cuffs and featured lace appliques on the bodice skirt and full Chapel train. The Bride added a fingertip Mantilla of Klencon lace held by a lace covered Camelot Cap. She carried a bouquet of White bridal roses and miniature carnations interspersed with White Star Flowers Static and Gypsophila tied with Ivory streamers and trailing Ivy. Matron of Honor was mrs. Edward Wolfe or. Bridesmaids were mrs. Steve Hill of Shelby miss Kim Everhart and mrs. Ronald b. Allen of Southern Pines. The attendants wore gowns of Royal Blue red and yellow Floral voile fashioned with Empire waists outlined with Royal Blue velvet ribbon trailing in streamers Down the Back of the gown and featuring deep flounce hems. In their hair they pinned clusters of red Gypsophila. The attendants carried bouquets of red Green yellow and Blue feathered carnations and Gypsophila tied with Blue velvet streamers. Ronald b. Allen of Southern Pines was Best Man. Ushers were the brides brother Steve Hill of Shelby with Wayne Burgess of Cary and Larry Burgess of Ramseur. A recent graduate of unc Chapel Hill the Bride received a b. A. Degree in education in the Field of English. She plans to teach English in the Greensboro area this fall. She graduated from East Davidson High school and was presented at the 1970 sub Debutante Ball in Lexington. The bridegroom graduated from Grimsley High school in Greensboro and attended Guilford College. He served four years in the u. S. Marine corps and is employed As a sales representative for Byrum seed co. Of Charlotte. Following a honeymoon trip to the East coast the couple will reside at 225-g w. Vandalia a Greensboro. Roses and Gypsophila nestled in greenery. On either Side of the cake were per Guettes holding White tapers and White summer Flowers with Ivy entwining the candles. After the bridal couple Cut the first slice of cake mrs. Wayne n. Everhart of Green a Sboro aunt of the Bride completed serving. The bridal couple toasted each other with Silver toasting goblets presiding Over the punch bowls were mrs. Lynn Edwards of Charlotte sister of the bridegroom and mrs. Wayne Burgess of Cary. The brides cousins Lynn Everhart and Betty sue Everhart assisted with the serving. Goodbye were said to or. And mrs. Wayne n. Everhart Uncle and aunt of the Bride. Out of town guests included friends and relatives from Greensboro Hickory Lexington Charlotte Winston Salem Cary Ramseur Burlington Salisbury seines and Shelby. Wedding breakfast mrs. Steve Hill was hostess at a breakfast saturday morning at Brynwood restaurant honouring miss Hill and her bridesmaids. The hostess is the sister in Law of the Bride and also a bridesmaid in the wedding. Dining tables were covered with White Linen cloths accented with Matching Linen napkins. The brides table was entered with an arrangement of fresh summer Flowers in a mixture of red White Blue yellow and Green. Candles also accented the tables. Special guests included mrs. John Buren Hill Mother of the honoree mrs. Armp w. Langley of Greensboro Mother of the bridegroom mrs. Edward Wolfe or. Of Thomasville Matron of Honor mrs. Ron Allen of Southern Pines a bridesmaid Kim Everhart Cousin of the Bride and a bridesmaid and Melinda Wilkinson of Greensboro soloist. Out of town guests were from Cary Shelby Southern Pines and Greensboro. Rehearsal dinner after the wedding rehearsal Friday evening or. And mrs. Langley of Greensboro parents of the bridegroom honoured the bridal couple with a dinner party at colonial motor inn Thomasville. Guests were seated at Long see Langley on 16b july special american area Rug Sale Capel makes Beautiful Multi coloured colonial area rugs of famous Capel Chenille and Rayon Wool Yards. These rugs Are on Sale this month Only As follows. Tavern Madrid were now 24x36 $6.95 3.82 24x45 7.95 4.68 24x72 13.95 7.77 30x56 13.95 7.77 Cobblestone were now 24x36 8.95 4.34 24x48 11.95 5.78 24x72 17.95 8.65 34x54 18.95 9.23 3 6x5 6 27.95 13.91 5 6x8 6 67.95 33.74 8 6x11 6 120.95 60.33 8 6xl4 6 177.95 88.85 bring this and with you and receive a first Quality american braided Rug free. Our gift to you our gift to you free foam padding with the Purchase of a first Quality 6 x 9 Rug and up approx. 9x12 29.95 a go e3 get we Are having a Sale on All our straight Stock plus your free pad Iii so now is the time to come in and choose from our Many colors and a a patterns above Are shapes we will make your rugs or any special a size including Wall to Wall. 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