High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 22 1974, Page 17

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 22, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Musical Art club has Owca installation of officers offers new officers were installed at the final meeting of the year for musical Art club on monday evening in the Fellowship Hall of Emerywood Baptist Church. Mrs. Kenneth Moore conducted the meeting during which the following officers were installed by mrs. T. A. Schubert mrs. R. I. Quigley president mrs. Britt Groce first vice president and mrs. Harry Jacobs second vice president. Highlighting the meeting also was a program presented by students from the High Point area who Are studying music at College. Frank Thomas a rising Junior at unc a opened the program by playing a sonata in a major a for violin by Handel. He was accompanied by mrs. Richard Crowder. Janice la mar a recent graduate of unc a with a . In music education played several selections for flute. They were a third aria italian from a suite in a minor by Telemann and a to Sally Marie Flynn w. R. Mckenzie or. Honoured at party Sallie Marie Flynn and William Roberts Mckenzie or. Were honoured at a dinner party on sunday evening by or. And mrs. William b. Gray and their sons Bruce Frank and Tommy. The 24 guests were invited to the Gray Home on 612 Gatewood ave. For the 7 . Party and shown onto the porch where they were served an aperitif. Upon their arrival the Bride elect was presented with a White comb idiom Orchid Corsage and or. Mckenzie received a White Rose boutonniere. The bridal couple was also presented with a pair of Book ends. The Buffet table was entered with an arrangement of Pink sweetheart roses which chrysanthemums White daisies and greenery. Similar arrangements of greenery and fresh Flowers were used throughout the entertainment area. The guests were seated at Small tables covered with White Linen cloths and entered with lighted candles surrounded by roses and Gypsophila. Judith from Pace in convention included or. Wendell m. Patton president of High Point College. At the awards banquet on saturday night the insurance women of High Point were presented with the Humphrey b. Brown memorial safety award. The award was presented by mrs. Mary Smith president elect of a Caw. This is the first year this award has Breen presented. Mrs. Larry Jones was safety chairman for the insurance women of High Point. The Elsie h. Lee scrapbook award was presented by Richard Brantley executive vice president of a of ., inc., to the insurance women of High Point. Mrs. Raymond Welborn was scrapbook chairman from the local association. Special guests included or. And mrs. Keith Barrett Flynn parents of the Bride elect or. And mrs. William Roberts Mckenzie parents of the bridegroom elect and or. And mrs. Joseph Mark Freeman grandparents of the Bride elect. Miss Flynn and or. Mckenzie will wed on saturday in a 5 30 . Ceremony at the first United methodist Church. Lord most holy a by Cesar Franck. She was accompanied by Cindy Boyd. An aria from a a Figaro was the first selection Sung by Karen Jones a rising senior at unc a who is working on a . In music education. Her other selections were a go Lovely Rose a by quilter and a by and by a a spiritual arranged by Burleigh. Barbara Carter flautist who graduated from East Carolina University with a degree in music education and is working toward a. In performance at the University of Iowa played a contemporary selection a density 21.5�?� by Edgar Varese. The program was concluded by David Haworth pianist. David is a rising Sophomore at Guilford College and is last years musical Art club scholarship Winner. His selection included a cd minor and a be minor inventions by Bach a intermezzo no. Ii of 16�?� by Brahms a Ocean wave a and a etude of. 12 no. 25�?� by Chopin. Following the introduction of the clubs newest members or. And mrs. Gerald Carter organist and choir director at first Baptist Church the meeting was concluded. Cruise As a continuation of the series of travel opportunities being offered by the local Owca a a Long weekend cruise to Bermuda is scheduled for the fall. Departure will be from Norfolk va., on sept. 13 aboard the greek line flagship Queen Anna Maria with return to Norfolk on sept. 17. The Queen Anna Maria is a 26,300 ton luxury liner and is equipped with All recreational facilities available on Ocean going vessels. Accommodations for the group Are inside staterooms on the ships main deck with two lower Beds private Shower and toilet. Cruise Price includes Ocean transportation stateroom accommodations three full course meals a Day plus a Midnight Buffet All entertainment and activities provided on the ship. Also pre paid is the port tax in Bermuda and a recently imposed fuel sur charge. 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