High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 26 1974, Page 31

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 26, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Martha Shaw says vows with Gordon Widenhouse High Point Enterprise sunday May 26, 1974 9b Patricia Falls is Bride of Monty Goins Greensboro Martha Norfleet Shaw. Daughter of or. And mrs. Norfleet Knight Shaw of 3207 Groomtown rd., was United in marriage with Milton Gordon Widenhouse or. In a 7 of clock ceremony saturday evening at Hinshaw memorial United methodist Church. The Rev. Milton g. Widenhouse and the Rev. Walter Thompson officiated at the Exchange of vows. A prelude of wedding music was provided by the organist. Mrs. John Warner. The bridegroom is the son of the Rev. And mrs. Milton Gordon Widenhouse of Valdese. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a formal gown of Nylon Chiffon Over taffeta styled along Empire lines with Long sheer sleeves cuffed with lace a mandarin Collar of lace and an a line skirt extending into a Chapel train both accented with lace. The Bride added a full length veil of illusion held by a Bandeau of lace. She carried a bouquet of carnations philae Noesis. Stepha Notis and violets. Honor attendant was the Bride s sister. Janice Shaw. Bridesmaids were Jane Weston of High Point. Hay Warren of Budd Lake. N. A. Jeanelle Price. Karen Davis of Annandale. Va., and Spain Widenhouse of Valdese sister of the bridegroom. The attendants wore gowns of Blue and Lavender Floral print voile Over White taffeta designed with Empire waists mandarin collars and Short Bolero jackets edged with self ruffle. They carried nosegay of violets and Stepha Notis. The bridegroom selected Martin Eakes to serve As his Best Man. Ushers were Paul Mitchell. Loren Hill. David Denboer. Robert Frazier and Craig Widenhouse of Valdese. A graduate of Ragsdale High school the Bride is a 1974 graduate of inc. Greensboro. The bridegroom graduated from Ragsdale High school and attends Davidson Community College where he is managing editor of the Davidson Ian and sports coordinator of the school radio station. Mrs. Mcgordon Widenhouse or. On the morning of their wedding Day. The couple shared honors at a breakfast held in the Home of or. And mrs. S. York. The newlyweds will reside in Davidson. Paauw banquet plans told members of the Paauw will hold their banquet and installation of officers on monday at Rankin memorial United methodist Church. A social hour will be held at 6 and dinner at 6 30 . Women s . Group to meet the women a group of a. A. Will meet on monday in the commons room of St. Mary a episcopal Church. The group meets each week at 2 . And welcomes All interested persons. Watching Al Fresco Hamburg. West Germany was a building workers Here set up a picnic table so that office girls could eat their sandwiches in Comfort while watching them work during lunch hour. Their Reward office manager Vera Ochs has provided them with two benches and free Coffee where they can watch a dozen stenographers at work. Patricia Frances Falls daughter of or. And mrs. Roy Marshall Falls of 913 Kingston St., became the Bride of Monty Lee Goins in a 3 of clock ceremony saturday afternoon at first Baptist Church. The couple repeated their vows before the Rev. Alfred l. Miller. A prelude of wedding music was provided by mrs. Gerald r. Carter organist and Gene Cathey soloist. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Ted Goins of 113 Manor or. Given in marriage by her sorority plans projects mrs. Bennie Pugh outgoing president of the Delta Iota chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Was hostess at her Home for a Buffet dinner. Following the dinner mrs. Joe Wampler president conducted the business session. It was announced that mrs. David Gordon a transferee from Florence s c., will join the Delta Iota chapter. Awards were presented to mrs. Erik Scheer and mrs. Michael Starnes for the Best program of the year. Mrs. Starnes City Council representative reported on the recent Council meeting at which time plans for the 1974-75 year were represented for each chapter s approval. Mrs. Ronnie Money social chairman announced plans for the end of the year party which will be held on june 22. Mrs. Wampler presented the proposed plans for the new year to be approved at a meeting in june. After the closing ritual members of the group surprised mrs. Starnes with housewarming gifts. Secret sister gifts and names were also revealed. Dessert was served by mrs. Pugh with hostess mrs. Harmon Bailey assisting. Father the Bride wore a victorian styled gown of embroidered Nylon organza fashioned with a fitted bodice and softly gathered skirt which was accented with a Chapel train. Bands of scalloped lace outlined the Waist formed the High neckline and cuffed the Long sheer sleeves of organza. Matching lace bordered the skirt and flowing train. The Bride added a Chapel length veil of illusion with lace accents held by a Juliet Cap of Venise lace. She carried a bouquet of White Fugi mums daisies and Stepha Notis with yellow roses tied with Satin ribbons. Matron of Honor was mrs. Ronald m. Falls of Easley s. A. Sister in Law of the Bride. Bridesmaids included mrs. Jim Tripp Nancy Falls of Kannapolis Miriam Johnson Pamela Moore of Bowdens and Maralyn Farber of Weldon. The attendants wore victorian styled gowns designed with White bodices and full sleeves trimmed with Maize Venise lace interwoven with Satin ribbon. The Maize full skirts were accented with deep flounces at the hemlines. The attendants carried colonial nosegay of Multi coloured daisies roses and Gypsophila. The bridegroom selected his Uncle. Fred Ewing to be Best Man. Ushers were Ronald m. Falls of Easley s. C., brother of the Bride Stuart Scales of Raleigh Gary Mcdonald. Rodney Trivett and John Korstian of West Palm Beach Fla. A graduate of High Point Central High school the Bride received an associate of arts degree from peace College. The bridegroom graduated from Ragsdale High school and graduated cum laude from n. State University receiving a b. S. Degree in aerospace engineering. After a wedding trip to Gatlinburg tenn., the couple will reside at West Palm Beach. Fla. Quot Tillie Turtle Quot. Fits Standard 5"x7&Quot Frame. Amp car Iii n j m. Amft Nolfi Kiwi inti Ffora t -1 a i ii off $ amp 4 a Quot sneakers Quot a beginning stitchery. Fits Standard 5"x7&Quot Frame. Ii Pashon Stoms got a minute pick up a Jiffy stitchery kit by Sunset designs even if you be never turned a stitch these whimsical kits by Sunset designs Are fun and Quick and easy. Each kit is a miniature work of Art for you to Complete and hang or mount. All instructions yarns fabric Needle and mounting Board included. Over 25 designs. 2.50 to 4.00. Shop monday through saturday 10/9 Quot Daisy Jar Quot. Fits Standard 5"x7&Quot Frame. 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