High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 16 1974, Page 21

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 16, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Roxanne Elizabeth Veach weds David Malloy Stroud High pout Enterprise sunday Jose ii 1974 the Estes Johnson couple honoured Thomasville miss Roxanne Elizabeth Veach daughter of or and mrs Fred Preston Veach of route 4. Became the Bride of David Malloy Stroud son of or. And mrs Saichol Malloy Stroud of 201 Estes st., yesterday pleasant Grove United methodist Church was the setting for the 4 . Ceremony the Rev Ray Stephens officiated at the ceremony and wedding musicians were mrs Mary Ann Loch and miss Michelle Luck Given in marriage by her father the Bride wort an organza gown with Venise lace trim. The gown was fashioned with High Rise bodice lace banded and cuffed sleeves gathered skirt and Chapel train. Her lace edged Mantilla was Chapel length. The Bride carried a Cascade bouquet of yellow sweetheart roses White carnations and White Fuji mums accented with English Ivy. Attending the Bride were miss Sherry sink maid of Honor. Mrs. Jimmy Warner of Trinity. Miss Susan Staton of Hendersonville mrs. Wayne Hill and mrs. Waiter Marshall of Thomasville. Attired alike the attendants wore Dacron voile gowns with Chantilly lace ruffled scooped necklines Demi sleeves and Empire bodices the a line skirts featured fullness in the Back. They carried natural hand bouquets of summer daisies and Gypsophila. They wore Combs in their hair accented with daisies and flowing White ribbons Michelle Warner Niece of the bridegroom was Flower girl and Lee King of Hendersonville was ring bearer. Mks. David Malloy Stroud do a Boyles feted Dara Boyles Bride elect was honoured at a Coke party on thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Ernest Kemm. Associate hostesses were mrs. John Campbell and mrs. Dan herring. Upon her arrival the honoree received a nosegay of summer Flowers tied with yellow Gingham ribbons. Later the hostesses presented her with a gift of Crystal in her chosen pattern. Refreshments were served on the porch which was decorated with baskets of greenery. The refreshment table was covered with a Gingham cloth and entered with a Wicker Basket filled with mixed summer Flowers. The bridegroom s father was his Best Man. And his Ushers were John Veach and Charles Veach Brothers of the Bride and Wayne Hill and Phillip Bass. The new mrs. Stroud is a graduate of Ledford High school and attended Ashmore business College. She is employed in the office of Mare hosiery corp., High Point. Or. Stroud attended High Point Central High school and served a tour of duty with the u s. Army. He is employed with the electrical division of the City of High Point and is attending Guilford technical Institute. Following a wedding trip the couple will reside at route 4. Reception immediately following the wedding ceremony the. Sausage rounds up family pork sausage s come hither Aroma when cooking in the Kitchen will round up the family around the breakfast table. Cooking sausage also serves Well As a dinner Bell. How about Golden Brown pork sausage patties teamed with feed apples or pineapple rings a or use cooked sausage patties to top a creamy Noodle Macaroni or Spaghetti casserole. Serve sausage patties with sauerkraut seasoned with Caraway seeds for another supper treat. Parents of the Bride entertained at a reception in the Fellowship halt of the Church. The serving table was covered with White Linen overlaid with yellow lace. Yellow streamers and yellow bows tied with summer Flowers were used at the Corners of the table. In the Center was a Silver Shell filled with yellow Majestic daisies yellow pompous White carnations and Gypsophila. Flanking the arrangement were two Silver candelabrum holding White candles the three tie red wedding cake was garlanded with daisies and featured cherubs under tall columns. Mrs. Charles King of Hendersonville served punch from a Silver bowl and after the couple Cut the first slice of their cake. Mrs. Marvin Veach completed the cutting and serving. Assisting in serving were Niss Laura Veach and miss Allison Veach guests were greeted by or. And mrs. Kenneth Collins and goodbye were said to or and mrs. John f. Veach. Final wedding parties to compliment miss Ann error Johnson and George Calvin Estes Iii included a reception a wedding breakfast a rehearsal dinner and a bridesmaids luncheon. The couple was married in a 4 . Ceremony yesterday at Myers Park United methodist Church in Charlotte. The Bride s parents or. And mrs. James Velmor Johnson were Host and hostess for the reception following the wedding. The event took place in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. A Pink and White Motif Sims emphasized throughout the entertaining area through the use of Flower arrangements and potted plants. The table where guests were registered held a portrait of the new Bride. Covering the table was an heirloom cloth belonging to the Bride s maternal grandmother mrs. Asa Thurston of Taylorsville. The branched Silver candelabrum used on the table belonged to the Bride s paternal grandmother the Ute mrs. Frank l. Johnson. The tiered wedding cake was decorated with White roses and topped with a nosegay of bridal Pink roses and Gypsy Phil. At the base of the cake was a Circle of greenery and Pink Flowers. Miss Johnson and or Estes were honoured at a wedding breakfast held at the red carpet inn in Charlotte at 11 30 . Yesterday. Hosts and hostesses for the event were mrs. Asa Thurston. Grandmother of the Bride mrs. James Lowe and or. And mrs. Steve Thurston and or and mrs. Tom Thurston. All aunts and uncles of the Bride. Approximately 65 guests were greeted by the Bedal couple their parents and the hosts and hostesses. The dining room was decorated in a yellow and White Motif. The table where the bridal couple was seated was covered with White Linen and entered with a candelabrum with per Guettes holding yellow sweetheart roses and snapdragons. White China doves marked the places of the couple. Guests were seated at Small tables entered with yellow and White Flowers. Brides think about us too. Guests were invited into the Garden where cokes were served by Dana herring and Kristy Kemm. Special guests for the occasion were mrs. Van Boyles Mother of the Bride a a _ elect mrs George Libhardt. Mother of the bridegroom 36 Wesr i Kington Slop by or Gill 885-4310 a do signers Sylvia Mart Shirley largess a Flowers wired eat it town a free delivery the elect and Tamara Gibhardt sister of the bridegroom elect. Miss Boyles and Gregg Gibhardt will say their vows on july 27 at first reformed United Church of Christ. A Macy him Anderson a Kume ovum a Luchi Comer him pm a Larry Smitm a amt0h7ta Pyles Mon. Tues., wed. My special $25.00 frosting for Only. 195 open monday thru saturday no appointment needed free parking Mary Jane a Beauty Salon 202 Boulevard 883-4500 isis4 16 164 give your Home a new Bath Don t let your Bath or Kitchen Date your Home a cabinets a counter tops and vanities a Whirlpool and modern maid appliances let us modernize your Bath or Kitchen a free estimates a Telephone-882-0722 Southgate shopping Center in i 4 bpm a a i a i i i ii vanities shown in Satin White kitchens inc. Music was provided by Art Barry on the accordion. Toasts were proposed to the couple by family and friends. Rehearsal diner the red carpet inn in Charlotte was the scene of the rehearsal dinner Given by the bridegrooms parents or. And mrs. George c. Estes jr., at 8 pm. On Friday. Members of the wedding party and relatives attended. When she arrived the Bride elect received a Corsage of White sweetheart roses and or. Estes a White Rose boutonniere. The table where the couple and their wedding party was seated was covered with White Linen and entered with Pink sweetheart roses White carnations snapdragons and mums. Silver candelabrum holding White candles were on either Side of the arrangement. Smaller tables were similarly decorated and places of guests were marked with appropriately decorated cards the engaged couple presented gifts to their attendants during the party. Bridesmaids luncheon Statesville country club was the setting for the bridesmaids luncheon honouring the Bride elect on Friday. A Corsage of Pink sweetheart roses was Given to miss Johnson when she arrived and later mrs. 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