High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 16 1974, Page 24

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 16, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Job i Lgth Point Enterprise sunday Jose la 1174 Allen Callahan couple exchanges wedding vows Rhodenhiser Cooke couple feted Franks sue Callahan daughter of or and mrs Nelson j Callahan of my Chestnut or and Glenn Thomas Allen son of or Ami mrs George Allen of lbs Tipton were wed on saturday in a 2 pm Garden ceremony at the Home of mrs. James idol it i Kernersville the Rev Darrell co was officiating minister. A prelude of wedding music was presented by Trace Allen organist and David Haworth soloist the Bride was escorted to the altar by her father she wore a gown of scat full embroidered organza designed with a High ruffled neckline ruffled Jabot bodice and High Waistline. Short puffed sleeves featured Tuple ruffle trim the attached Chapel length train had a ruffled edging she wore an Elbow length lace and organza veil accented with pearls Ami ribbons her bouquet was White roses and White Daisy pompous entered with a White Orchid the Bride t sister. Jorene Smith was the Matron of Honor Nancy Swanson Mary Callahan Sisters of the Bride and Tracy Varner were bridesmaids Carol Swanson. Niece of the Bride was Flower girl. The attendants wore printed organza and Broadcloth gowns designed with scooped necklines Angel sleeves and Empire waistlines accented with velvet ribbon the Matron of Honor s gown was Blue Ami the bridesmaids were yellow. They All wore Large picture hats and carried White Wicker baskets with multicoloured pompous. The lower girl s Basket also included petals Best Man was the bridegroom s father. Ushers concluding wedding festivities for miss Tamara to Cooke and John Robert Rhodenhiser included a reception a wedding breakfast a rehearsal dinner and a bridesmaids luncheon miss Cooke and or. Rhodenhiser were married in a 5 30 p in. Ceremony yesterday at Wesley memorial United methodist Church. Following the ceremony the Bride i parents or. And mrs. Jeter Monroe Cooke and j. Bradford Cooke brother of the Bride entertained at a reception at Emerywood country club. Large foliage plants were used in the foyer of the club and mixed summer arrangements were used throughout the club guests were greeted by or and mrs. Harry b. Adams and or. And mrs Thomas r Pitts and directed into the ballroom misses Michelle Lee and Dru Utley presided Over the guest Register. The table was lighted by the traditional memory Candle decorated with miniature yellow roses and Stepha Notis the cake table was covered with a White Linen embroidered cutwork cloth with garlands of fresh Smilax draped at the Comers of the table. The tiered wedding cake was nested in greenery and the bouquet on the top was a replica of the Bride s bouquet nosegay of mixed Flowers were arranged in Silver candelabrum placed on each end of the table mrs. Charles Blackburn mrs Rex Walser. Mrs. Joseph Brady and mrs. Harold Ritch served the cake. The refreshment table was covered with White Linen cloths entered with a Large arrangement of mixed Flowers and yellow roses flanked by branched Silver candelabrum. With per Guettes filled with Matching Flowers and Pale yellow candles the fireplace was banked with Rhododendron and the Patio tables held Hurricane lamps with yellow candles surrounded with Matching i Lowers. Presiding at the punch table were miss Dawne Ilderton and miss Joanne Schute. Or. And mrs. Frank h. Wood or. Said the goodbye. Wedding breakfast members of the wedding mrs Glenn Thomas Allen were Floyd Douglas Allen. George Michaeal Allen Ronald Elliott Allen. Tony Edwin Allen All Brothers of the bridegroom. Jeffry Swanson. Nephew of the Bride was ring bearer. A graduate of High Point Centra High school. The Bride is employed by High Point Glass and decorative co the bridegroom is a graduate of High Point Central High school he is co owner of alien s Airport 66 the couple will reside at 1612 Larkin St. A rehearsal dinner was held following the rehearsal Dianna Lynn Hardister Hardister Lamb couple plans wedding Troy or and mrs. Charles Stanley Hardister of route 2 announce the engagement of their daughter Dianna Lynn and Jeffrey Duane Lamb son of or and mrs. Franklin Delano Lamb of it 8, Asheboro the couple is planning to wed on july 28 in a 3 p in ceremony at Eleazer United methodist Church. The Bride elect was graduated from southwestern Randolph senior High school and will graduate this month from Asheboro commercial College or Lamb was graduated from southwestern Randolph senior High school and is employed with Lamb heating and air conditioning co or Lamb is the grandson of or and mrs. 0. C. Johnson of Archdale we give great haircuts. Hair flows free in �?T74-perfectly Cut. Softly curled gently coloured. Let our nifty hair cutters give you today soft natural look. Cut amp blow dry $5.00 for that Carefree style try our $17.50 photogenic wave $13.95 stylist i go try Mon / a or Beauty salons on Friday evening the event was hosted by the bridegroom s parents at their Home the table was covered with a White cloth and entered with a Blue umbrella with Gingham handle featuring bridal colors of yellow and Blue. White candles flanked the Centrepiece. Guests included the bridal parents the bridegroom s grandmother. Edna Allen Sisters of the Bride and the bridegroom s Brothers. Mrs. James idol and Doug idol Cousin of the Bride and other members of the wedding party a reception was held on the Lawn of mrs. Idol s Home following the ceremony. Nurse moves things around every month marrying Royalty Cost her London England a Ann mite Ham 20. Took on a great financial responsibility when she married sir John Waller 56. Here. Her husband will inherit la 2 million if she produced a male child. But after the wedding and reception. Sir John went to his country Home while Anne spent the wedding night at her London apartment. Anne had to go to work in Hie morning explained the Groom. Well move in together eventually. I in hoping to have a new year and what about a honeymoon a not yet we can t afford it confided sir John. La quotable women 25# by the associated press Here Are some quotable quotes from women during the week a once a month i pack everything in the office that la move into my old Chevy a baby Scales haemoglobin machine diabetic screening equipment the works a and move the clinic around. Ruth Murphy a registered nurse in Elk county. Kansas. A 650-Square-mile area where there have been no doctors for 15 years. In Portugal now four million women have the right to speak out. One does not and its mrs. Carlos Palma women a rights activists and wife of Portugal a new prime minister explaining that her husband s Job will cause her to be less Active. A anything which affects our society is a woman s Issue. Interrelationships Between government and Industry must be studied in reference to their effect on our Cathleen h. Douglas. Washington attorney and wife of supreme court Justice William o. Douglas speaking to the 104th graduating class of Cedar Crest College. Allentown a. A a in be Only been in nudism four months. I wish id started sooner. Carol Holcomb. 30, crowned miss nude Florida in it. Lauderdale a Many nurses Are coming around to the View that nursing is a matter of service not How you dress i think it could be called part of a new or. Ada Jacox chairman of the american nursing association commission on economic and general welfare speaking in support of sinking nurses from 40 Northern California hospitals. Party close friends and out of town guests were entertained at a wedding breakfast at noon on saturday at Emerywood country club. Joining to entertain were or and mrs. C. M Gantt or. Of Atlanta. Aunt and Uncle of the Bride or. And mrs. Harry b. Adams the Bride s godparents and or. And mrs. Oscar Mcmullan. The guests were greeted in the lounge of the club by the bridal couple their parents and the hosts and hostesses. The brides table was covered with yellow cloths and accented with Avocado Green napkins. A Large arrangement in Multi hues interspersed with love Birds and yellow roses entered the tables garlands of fresh Smilax extended to the end of the table. Guests were seated at round tables decorated to complement the table of the Bride. Upon their arrival the Bride received a Green com Didium Corsage and the bridegroom was presented with a yellow Rose boutonniere rehearsal Dialler the bridegroom s parents or and mrs. John Robert Rhodenhiser. Honoured miss Cooke and or. Rhodenhiser at a rehearsal dinner party at Emerywood country club on Friday evening at 8 of clock. Guests Wert received by the Host couple in the foyer of the club which was decorated with Magnolia foliage. The ballroom was decorated in a yellow Green and White theme. Tables were covered with White cloths using yellow napkins. The brides table was entered with an arrangement of pastel Cornflower. Shasta daisies and Gyp Sophila. Flanked by Silver candelabrum with per Guettes holding Matching bouquets and Pale yellow candles guests were seated at round tables decorated with Mounds of mixed Spring Flowers illuminated with yellow candles miniature wedding Bells tied with Spring Green ribbon marked places greenery and Vellow candles were placed Over the fireplace a White Giametta Corsage was presented to miss Cooke and a White Rose boutonniere to or. Rhodenhiser guests included members of the wedding party friends and out of town guests. Guests attended from Greenville Wilson. Chapel Hill Wilmington. Clinton Thomasville. Greensboro and Dallas. Tex. Atlanta. Ga., and Richmond. A. Bridesmaids luncheon mrs Harold l. Amos her daughter miss Charlotte Amos mrs. Charles b. Blackburn mrs. I. Ben Miller and her daughter. Miss Patricia Miller were hostesses for the bridesmaid s luncheon which was held at Emerywood county club at noon on Fri Dav honouring miss Cooke. Guests were seated at tables covered with yellow cloths and entered with arrangements of yellow and White Flowers and tulle. The brides table was decorated with a parasol summer tourers and cupids. The Bride elect was presented with an Orchid Corsage to complement her outfit tiny Rice bags made of Green tulle tied with streamers held the place cards of each guest. The Bride Rhose this occasion to present her attendants gifts of China decorated night lights guests included mothers of the Bride and Groom elect. Mrs. Jeter Monroe Cooke and mrs. John Robert Rhodenhiser and the brides grandmother or. Val b. Keams out of town guests included mrs. Claude m. Gantt or. Of Atlanta. Ga., aunt of the Bride. Others attending were wedding attendants their mothers. Mrs. Thomas r Potts Mother of the ring bearer and mrs Harry b Adams the Bride s godmother. For cold meats Combine 2 Spanish onions with 2 cups sour Cream Salt to taste and i Teaspoon sugar. 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