High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 21 1972, Page 27

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 21, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Cathcart Gurley couple exchanges wedding vows High inf Enterprise sunday May 21, 172 111 first Baptist Church was the setting for the saturday wedding of Velina Elizabeth Gurley daughter of or. And mrs. William Robert Gurley of 1432 Futrelle dr., and Darrell Gene Cathcart of Greensboro son of mrs. Nell Cathcart of 215 Gatewood ave. And the late d. E. Cathcart. Or. Carlton Prickett officiated at the 4 p. In. Ceremony. Jerry Jones organist and Duane Best soloist presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of White organza and Peau do Ange lace designed with a scooped neckline Long fitted sleeves and an Empire bodice. She wore a Mantilla of silk illusion trimmed with a lace Border and carried a colonial bouquet of White roses accented with Pink roses and entered with a comb idiom Orchid showered with White velvet ribbons. Miss Ronda Cathcart served As maid of Honor. Bridesmaids included misses Shirley Dreyer Mary Stuart Myrna Hulin and mrs. Martha Bowers. Miss Cindy Gurley was Junior bridesmaid and miss Paige Bowers of Willingboro n. J., was Flower girl. The attendants wore formal Junior league ates attend annual conference Dele mrs. William m. Blanton jr., president of the High Point Junior league mrs. Amos r. Kearns jr., corresponding Secretary and mrs. Frank b. Wyatt nominating chairman left this morning As delegates from the High Point league to attend the 50th annual conference of the Junior leagues of America inc. To be held today through thursday in Boca Raton Fla. Mrs. Blanton mrs. Kearns and mrs. Wyatt will join More than 600 delegates representing 222 Junior leagues in the United states Canada and Mexico at the 50th annual conference. The Junior leagues have a three fold purpose to promote voluntarism to develop the potential of their members for voluntary participation i n Community affairs and to demonstrate the effectiveness of trained volunteers. The 50th annual conference is especially important because delegates will vote on a comprehensive plan for the total restructure of the organization. The recommendations of the Board on restructure Are based on the findings and evaluation of three years of study and one year of testing. The recommended plan for restructure Calls for decentralization of the organization. Junior leagues would be divided into six geographical areas each area administered by an area Council. The plan would reinforce the autonomy of leagues providing increased Opportunity for self direction. The keynote speaker at this conference will be mrs. Jacqueline Grennan w e x i e a president of Hunter College in new York City. Mrs. Wexler is a dynamic a Ducat Lonal innovator who first gained nationwide attention in the Early 1960�?~s when she was sister Jacqueline of the Sisters of Loretto and president of Webster College in suburban St. Louis. She left the sisterhood during her presidency with ecclesiastical permission and guided that roman Catholic institution from a tiny school see Junior on Page 12b gowns of silk Linen in Rainbow colors and Matching Flower headpieces with ribbon streamers. They carried colonial bouquets of daisies roses and Gypsophila with Matching ribbon streamers. The Flower girl wore a White dress and carried a White Basket of Flowers. Terry Pegrem served As Best Man. Ushers were Tommy Gurley Warren Bowers John Steed and James Philyaw. The new mrs. Cathcart is a graduate of High Point Central High school and is a member of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International. She la employed by tick tag corp. Or. Cathcart is a graduate of High Point Central High school and is currently employed with Fisher Harrison printing co. Of Greensboro. The couple was honoured at a cake cutting on Friday evening. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a Pink cloth overlaid with White lace and entered with an arrangement of mixed Flowers in a Silver bowl flanked by Pink tapers in a Silver candelabra. The couple will reside in Greensboro. For your Patio and cocktail parties come by and shop for your Long dresses and skirts from our a selection similar to sketch. Prints solids and checks. Junior amp Missy sizes. Ada s shop 666 n. Main parking in the rear s Iii Spring t summer piano Sale save save save a Yamaha a Everett a Kohler amp Campbell a Cable amp Nelson no reasonable offer refused All brands of pianos Are specially priced for this Sale a Over 25 mols for your Choice a free delivery a Frie tuning a benches included Harris Musk co. Sisce1939 2432 English re. Call 05-0003 five workshops planned at unc a Greensboro five special interest workshops in music will be presented this summer by the school of music at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Three of the workshops will be designed for band directors while the remaining two will focus on music education. The band directors programs will cover a a stage band literature a june 12-16 a a March ii in band techniques a june 1j23 and a marching band arranging june 26-30. Raymond Gariglio associate professor of music at unc a will conduct the literature workshop. William f. Swor director of bands at Louisiana state University will direct the workshop on marching band techniques. Or. Calvin r. Huber chairman of the department of music at Wake Forest University will conduct the workshop on marching band arranging. Each of these workshops will offer one hour of credit toward teacher certification. The music education workshops will review a instructional objectives and evaluation procedures in music and music education a june 12-23 and a studies in 20th Century american choral music a june 19-30. Or. Walter l. Wehner professor of music at unc a will direct both programs but five noted guest lecturers will participate. The objectives and procedures workshop will feature lectures by or. Robert Werner director of the contemporary music project of the music educators National conference or. Bennett Reimer professor of music education at Case Western re natural look to avoid an artificial idled look for the Eye pen Bro serve University in Cleveland and or. Paul Lehman professor of music education at Eastman school of music in Rochester . W guest speakers in the choral music workshop will be Daniel Pinkham a fellow of the american Academy of arts and sciences and Gregg Smith whose group a Tbs Gregg Smith singers a have become known As champions of contemporary choral music in Southern California. Each of these workshops will provide two hours of credit toward teacher certification or toward graduate degree. Rows follow the natural contours of your brow Brush or Pencil in with gentle strokes and use two shades such As medium and dark Brown for a More natural effect. The fashion stows the official class ring designed ten or twelve years ago does net fit today s student preference. Buy your class ring in the Modem manner. At. Lester a jewellers 131 South mein St. Delivery 4 weeks taking orders for Quot class of 74" Andrews i i All other schools Silt a buy 3 and save on Pechilo by a vanity hair once a year you have your Chance to Stock up on perfect Little Pech Glos. 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