High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Jun 25 1972, Page 21

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 25, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Miss Stribling weds Doyle Cox Charlotte a Myers Park Baptist Church was the setting for the saturday afternoon wedding of Audrey l. Stribling of Randleman and Doyle b. Cox of Greensboro. Or. A. Owens officiated at the 2 . Ceremony and Jules Miller organist presented a program of wedding music. The Bride is the daughter of mrs. Louise c. Stribling of 4124-e Providence re. And t. L. Stribling of Knoxville Tenn. Or. Cox is the son of or. And mrs. Ben r. Cox of route i in Randleman. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of organza and candlelight Peau de some designed with a High neckline Venice lace trimming the Empire Waistline Bishop sleeves trimmed with Matching lace and a circular skirt with a sweep train. She wore a Matching Headpiece with tiers of silk illusion and carried a bouquet of White roses. Misses Stribling and Pat Wilkerson of Randleman were bridesmaids. They wore sheer dotted Swiss gowns printed with Multi coloured Flowers trimmed with hot Pink and Orchid. They wore Matching White Straw hats trimmed in Pink and Orchid and carried nosegay o f carnations. Dale Cox of Burlington brother of the bridegroom was Best Man. Lee Stribling brother of the Bride was an usher. The new mrs. Cox attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and teaches in Randolph county. Or. Cox attended appalachian state University and Guilford College. He is employed by overbite inc. The Mother of the Bride was hostess for a reception which was held in the Church immediately following t h e wedding. The couple will reside at 132-b Spencer St. In Randleman. Martz twombly pair is wed barium Springs new Perth associate reformed presbyterian Church in Troutman was the setting for the saturday afternoon wedding of Susan Wallace t w o in b i daughter of or. And mrs. Wallace i. Twombly and James Albert Martz son of Austin Alphoneso Martz of Archdale and the late mrs. Martz. The couple repeated their vows before the Rev. Robert e. Sherer. Miss Jane Foster of North Wilkesboro soloist and mrs. Clinton Clontz of Troutman organist presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of White silk organza and embroidered Klencon lace Over Peau de some designed with an Empire Waistline a portrait neckline Long Bishop sleeves and a Cathedral length train bordered in lace. She wore a Juliet Headpiece with a veil of illusion and carried a nosegay of White daisies yellow sweetheart roses White carnations and Gypsophila. Miss Lugene twombly Sis ter of the Bride was maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were miss Connie Wilson miss Jane Foster miss Dena Squires and miss Carol Martz sister of the bridegroom. Miss Ann Hooper was Flower girl. The attendants wore gowns of White Swiss organza embroidered with yellow Flowers designed with Empire waistlines Short flared sleeves and portrait necklines. They wore yellow picture hats. The bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best Man. Ushers were John Dickey John Mish Gene Martz and Danny Loflin. Brian Hooper was ring bearer. The new mrs. Martz is a rising Junior at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Or. Martz is a graduate of High Point College and is employed As a chemist at the Lilly co. In High Point. The parents of the Bride entertained at a rehearsal dinner on Friday night in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. The bridal couple selected this occasion to present gifts to their attendants. The couple will reside in Archdale. High Point Enterprise sunday june 25, 1972 5b Wood Horton couple is wed mrs. Doyle b. Cox aluminium furniture popular for outdoors Raleigh whenever there swarm summer weather there seems to be folding aluminium outdoor furniture around. And Small wonder. For aluminium furniture is lightweight durable and i s comparatively inexpensive for the Long service it gives notes mrs. Edith m c g i a in e r Extension House furnishings specialist North Carolina state University. Many companies who formerly made Only wrought Iron furniture Are now producing High style wrought aluminium for indoor outdoor use she adds. One collection features tubular aluminium with jointed construction for the Bamboo look. Its in Chines Chippendale design and includes both seating and dining groups. Sun umbrellas Are popular for Lawn and Patio poolside and Beach. There a also a Flat bed Hammock with a full length canopy Ideal for napping in Sun or Shade. Burlington miss Emmae Tate Horton and Steven Burkhead Wood were married on saturday in a noon ceremony officiated by the Rev. Dale Steele at first Baptist Church. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Brewer Tate Horton of 517 Wildwood Lane. The bridegrooms parents Are mrs. George Thomas Wood or. Of 914a Lake Crest High Point and the late or. Wood. Wedding music was provided by Richard Apperson organist and Lon Banks Bowland jr., trumpeter. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a gown of candlelight Peau de some fashioned with a mandarin neckline with lace trim High Rise bodice with wide Belt fastened on either Side by self covered buttons that extended Down the Back. The skirt featured a front panel and a full Cut Chapel length train in the Back. The sleeves were circular Brussels lace to match the imported Cathedral length Mantilla. She carried a Cascade bouquet of Gardenias Stepha Notis and Lemon leaves. Mrs. Brewer Tate Horton jr., Decatur ga., was Matron of Honor. She wore a sleeveless gown of White Linen designed with a High Rise bodice and softly gathered skirt of Blue voile with re embroidered White design. She carried a nosegay of daisies Stepha Notis Blue feathered carnations purple Static Bri dal Pink sweetheart roses and Lemon leaves tied with a Bow of White brocade velvet. Bridesmaids were miss Margaret beam Bowland miss Ellen Elizabeth Ross Alexandria a. Mrs. Blair Wesley Swain Atlanta a. And miss Catherine Culler Ina bit Jacksonville Fla. They wore gowns identical to the Honor attendants. There were five honorary bridesmaids. The bridegroom chose his brother or. George Thomas Wood Iii of High Point As his Best Man. Ushers were Douglas Sherrill Wood Atlanta a. And David Quale Wood Huntsville ala., Brothers of the bridegroom Richard Fisher Wood and William Pennuell Wood both of High Point James Hugh Bing Ham jr., Lexington Edward h. Fellers n. Augusta s. C. Brewer Tate Horton jr., Decatur a. And Alan Mangum Horton Brothers of the Bride. The Bride is a graduate of Converse College Spartanburg s. C. Where she was a Converse scholar. 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