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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 31, 1974, High Point, North Carolina So High Point Enterprise sunday March 31,1974 Frost someplace to be restored by the associated press Here Are some quotable quotes from women during the week Quot he was heartbroken when he visited this place and found that it had become an automobile graveyard. Of All the places we lived this is the one he would have wanted to Lesley Frost Ballantine daughter of poet Robert Frost speaking of planned restoration of the Derry where Frost wrote Many poems. Wedding parties compliment Marcella Walsh Robert Mclnnis awards for needlework presented in Raleigh Ballantine Quot from the first Day of our relationship my Mother has been against Panov because he is jewish. She hated him As a jew. She hates jews and this explains All the lies in soviets Kaya Galina Panov the non jewish wife of soviet dancer Valery Panov explaining that her Mother was trying to Blacken the name of her husband who wishes to emigrate to Israel. I Ruckelshaus Panov Quot i think he a innocent. I Don t think he will be impeached. They have not made the kind of dear Case they have to a so far. I am not in a better position to know than anybody else. I am withholding any kind of final verdict. There May be More things to be Jill Ruckelshaus who resigned last week As White House women a affairs adviser speaking of president Nixon. Church activities Christ Chirch the following meetings Are being planned this week by groups at Christ i United methodist Church monday at 9 30 a in. Members of the Young at heart group leave the Church for a trip to Morehead planetarium in Chapel Hill a tuesday at 7.30 . Group to of United methodist women meets with mrs. A c. Fowler. 801 w. Ray ave. And elegance you can afford 0� 250 of deploy n flu re by Quot a cd so and or Loffl a a oo"1 o. Own sgt of of nation Auy a a .�?~8�?T or i o Ltd a a. Of ported real co of Obi of wholesale Ipi ices including genuine ass Crystal Alto Trench. Quot oese spa the g in Kab of o d it a a a sconce in of nuo Quot a a -1 a to 88 log Leo -3. To Kings chandelier co. Hwy 14. Iden Leadville. N c. A thursday at to a in. Group 7 of United methodist women meets with mrs. John Hart 506 old Mill re. Green Street the Van Hook class of Green Street Baptist Church will meet in the parlor of the Church on tuesday at 7 . Hostesses for the meeting will be Lola Bessie and Minnie Spencer. Opal Conrad will give the devotional. Wedding festivities complimenting miss Marcella Walsh and Robert Hervey Mclnnis who were married in a formal ceremony saturday evening at Wesley memorial United methodist Church included a reception wedding breakfast and rehearsal dinner. Reception a reception following the 8 of clock ceremony was Given by the brides parents or. And mrs. James Gordon Walsh and the brides Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Arvil g. Foster of Winston Salem at Emerywood country club. Decorated Topiary Trees graced the Entrance doorway and Pink yellow and Blue Spring Flowers entered the tables in the Entrance foyer. The club was decorated throughout in tones of yellow Pink and White with arrangements of mixed Spring Flowers. The bridal table was covered with an imported White cloth and entered with a tiered cake flanked by candelabrum and per Guettes of roses and daisies with garlands of Smilax and Gardenias extending. Atop the cake was a miniature replica of the brides bouquet. Miss Jenni Church served guests at the refreshment table which was entered with an arrangement of White and yellow roses snapdragons tulips and Iris complimenting the mood throughout. Individual tables for guests were covered with White Linen cloths and entered with arrangements of mixed Spring Flowers and candles in Hurricane globes. The fireplace was banked with Woodward an ferns. Music was provided by the a Cut the traditional memory Candle nested in White tulle and decorated with mixed Spring Flowers marked the guest Register where miss Susan Levina and miss Holly freeze registered guests. Or. And mrs. Bill f. Wright and or. And mrs. Arvil g. Foster greeted guests As they arrived. Miss Carol Brown of Madison and mrs. Richard Taylor of Greensboro served the cake after the first slice was Cut by the couple. Out of town guests included relatives and friends from Florida or. And mrs. Wallace f. Pepper of Tampa miss Judith Allen of Odessa and or. And mrs. Robert Delisle of Tampa from Winston Salem mrs. Grover c. Walsh or. And mrs. W. Douglas Foster or. And mrs. William w. Church and or. And mrs. Joseph a. Haves from Belewas Creek or. And mrs. Ray h. Walsh from Arlington Heights. Iu., or. And mrs. Urie r. Walsh from Fairport n.y., or. And mrs. B. Gene Walsh from Clemmons or. And mrs. Robert l. Walsh from Wilkesboro mrs. Inez Linney from Eden or. And mrs. Palmer Elliott from Shelby or. And mrs. Harry Puckett and from Camp Springs md., or. And mrs. Benjamin Brown. Wedding breakfast earlier in the Day the club was the setting for the wedding breakfast honouring miss Walsh and or. Mclnnis. Or. And mrs. Milford Clark Nooe hosted the event which included members of the wedding party and out of town guests. The brides table was covered with a yellow cloth draped to the floor and entered with a miniature Bride and Groom surrounded by nosegay of yellow Orange and White Flowers. Olive Green napkins and Matching streamers garlanded from the Centrepiece completing the decor. Arrangements of Matching Flowers graced each end of the table. Guest tables for the breakfast were covered with yellow cloths entered with Mound arrangements of yellow White Orange and Lavender Spring Flowers. Music for the occasion was provided by Josef English Walker. The Bride elect was presented a Corsage of White Flowers and the bridegroom elect received a yellow Rosebud boutonniere. Rehearsal dinner on Friday evening or. And mrs. Ellis Thad Mclnnis parents of the bridegroom entertained with a rehearsal dinner at the Emerywood club honouring miss Walsh and or. Mclnnis. The party followed the wedding rehearsal at the Wesley memorial United methodist Church. Guests including members of the wedding party relatives and friends. Were greeted by the hosts and the bridal couple. After a social hour guests were invited into the dining area where the Spring colors of yellow Blue Pink and White were used in decorations. Music for the evening was provided by the Eddie Smith orchestra. The brides table was draped in White accented with a yellow Streamer Down the Center of the table. At each end of the table candlelit Hurricane lamps with Mounds of Spring Flowers were used. Olive Green napkins completed the decor. The Bride s and bridegrooms places were marked with imported love Birds nested in Smilax and wedding Bells filled with White roses and Freezia. Guest tables were covered with White cloths and entered with three branched candelabra accented with yellow snapdragons Blue Iris Pink tulips Lavender Shasta daisies and Gypsophila. Bale yellow candles shed soft illumination Over the setting. The honoured couple were presented with a White cym Bidi Uin Corsage and a White Rose boutonniere. The engraved Silver Champagne goblets used by the Bride and bridegroom were Given to them by or. And mrs. Glad Lawson. Toasts to the bridal couple were Given by friends and relatives. Raleigh a Mordecai Square historical society a needlework exhibition opened tuesday at 6 30 . First place Purchase award of $1,500 went to Walter g. Nottingham of River Falls wis., for his Quot Dawson Mola a a stitched applique. Or. Nottingham is a University of Wisconsin Art professor and professional craftsman. This work will become a part of a permanent collection at the North Carolina museum of Art. North Carolina National Bank Purchase awards went to Rubynelle counts of rising Fawn. Ga., for her quilt titled Quot patched remembrance and to Elizabeth Jennerjohn of Garden City n y., for her embroidered Wall hanging Quot heavenly woman s Day event set saturday at Wake Forest Winston Salem Wake Forest University will hold its second annual woman a Day for alumnae saturday. This years program will include morning seminars which focus on the arts and afternoon discussion on a variety of subjects. On the lighter Side will be a luncheon and a Tennis exhibition by two alumnae Sylvia Messick Gilley and Anne Bingham Tornow of Winston Salem who Challenge or. James Ralph Scales president of the University and Bui Joyner alumni director. A reception and class dinners will be held Friday evening. Speakers for the morning session will be Penny Griffin instructor in Art at the University who will discuss Quot women in Art and and Jane Mccaskey instructor in English whose topic is Quot language what a in a afternoon seminars will offer a Choice of six discussion topics including Legal concerns of women women entering professions and Parent child communication. The Day was planned by an alumnae committee headed by Sally Hudson Gulley of Winston Salem. Reservations May be made at the office of the Dean of women at Wake Forest. Gills and decorative accessories of higher than average Quality arriving daily. 5804 High Point rd., Sedgefield Winter hours 10 30-5 00 wed. Thru Sot. 919 294-1028 to nth Esters jewellers the radial series pm f r i i Don t it Tho mom Oriot of Tho Good old Days fade away More then anything else photograph keep the Quot Good Ole Daytz of yesteryear alive in your storehouse of pleasant memories look through your and k of books or your framed photograph a if they How any Tim of deterioration a sch a Black or Brown pot or Overall fading let a copy and make Tor you a print with the Porkle ond tone of the original. Or it May be that you with duplicate print of a ome of your More Cheri hed photograph we enlarge or reduce any me photograph. We invite you to come in end see ample of our Fine copy work. Of Afu a accent on Quality College Village shopping Center Tel. 883-6526 us. Bold Newtwist-0-flex for bigger watches these Are the bands made for today s bigger heavier More masculine watches. They look rugged they Are rugged. They All have the twist of flex watchband construction that you can twist turn even tie in a knot. In 10k Gold filled and stainless steel. From 57.95. See the radial series now at jewellers 131 South main Call 885-2251 cwt tots hip be by to he of wish w to 31 Lester Morgan k with a classic. Grosgrain easily belts a High pocketed shirt dress brightly printed from the exclusively Crystal collection of Christian Fischbacher supple As silk Cotton Jors oys. Mostly Btu mint or Pink. 8-18. Closed monday. Please shop with us tuesday thru saturday 9 30 . Til 5 30 . Bijj Foshion of Dit met Ion since 1923 610 s. Main St. A always free parking Jalc Uyell it Himsl Youthful fashions for easter re a hit this easter in a Lovely dress or Coati dresses Long amp Short Dressy amp casual Missy amp Large sizes 14,16,18 8. 20 38-44, 46-52 12>/a-24v, 26v2-32va i to ii Spring Coats dress Coats Pant Coats Aii weather Coats / a i sizes 14 /a-26 a 40-52 All in Lovely Spring colors solids pastels plaids open each Day 9 30-5 30, Friday till 6 use your Bank charge Quot we fit Tho hard to fit Quot Linn a 2 oms Horn of Stout nod slender t Lithium �3.31.4 112 East Kivett St. Same location Ai 112 e. Washington Bright ideas from the Lighthouse 0decorative or accent lighting by Art lamp designed end manufactured Vita the thought in mind to the utmost in Beauty jul . Buy Ca it it a lamps toy it Job a value and construction 3u3s Quot Rick Wood tones antique brass priced com sa9.sofosw.ro 515 w. Green or. High Point phone 885-5422 open 8 am-5 pm . Open til noon Sot. 13 314

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