High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 28 1972, Page 26

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 28, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Miss Williams is Bride of Thomas David Hardin mrs. Thomas David Hardin Patsy Jane Harris weds or. Gordon Burlington Patsy Jane Harris became the Bride of James Adams Gordon of High Point in a 6 30 p. In. Ceremony on saturday evening in the front Street United methodist Church. Hie couple repeated their vows before the Rev. John m. Cline and the Rev. William g. Sharpe in. Mrs. Alyse s. Cooper organist and mrs. James Nimrod Harris soloist presented a program of wedding music. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Arthur Lawrence Harris of 2510 elder Wood Lane. Or. Gordon is the son of mrs. William Eugene Gordon or. Of 600 n. Rotary or. In High Point and the late or. Gordon. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of Ivory organza and Chantilly lace designed with a High neckline victorian sleeves Empire bodice and Chapel length train appliqued with panels of lace. She wore a lace and seed Pearl Petal Headpiece with an attached veil of illusion and carried a bouquet of lilies of the Valley and roses. Miss Janet Lee Harris sister of the Bride was maid of Honor. Attendants included mrs. Sandra r. Emerson of new Bern mrs. Marilyn c. Hargrave mrs. Charlene w. Brawer of Greensboro miss Martha Elizabeth Hopkins of Chapel Hill and mrs. Eleanor t. Privette of Mebane. The maid of Honor wore a gown of Blue silk organza designed with a scoop neckline and puffed sleeves edged in lace. She carried a bouquet of mixed Spring Flowers. The attendants wore dresses in pastel colors. The bridegroom selected his brother William Eugene Gordon Iii of Wichita ran., to serve As Best Man. Ushers were John k. Harris and Richard l. Harris of Flor ence s. C., Brothers of the Bride James f. Sharpe of Newport news va., Gary l. Pace of High Point Michael s. Ingram of Chapel Hill and William e. Simmons Iii of High Point. The new mrs. Gordon is a graduate of Walter m. Williams High school and Louisburg College with an a degree. She is employed As a Secretary with Western electric co. At the Guilford Center in Greensboro. Or Gordon is a graduate of High Point Central High school and a recent graduate of North Carolina state University. He served As a student member of the american Institute of Industrial engineers and was program chairman for the Aue. He is employed As an Industrial Engineer with the Armstrong Cork co. The brides parents hosted a reception in the Church Fellowship Hall following the wedding. The couple will reside in Lancaster a. Sharp Blade keep the Blade Sharp on your Lawn Mower this summer. A Dull Blade will cause grass to show a greyish or Brownish discoloration shortly after cutting. North Carolina state University specialists suggest checking the Sharpness by picking a few Blades of grass to see if they Are Cut clean. Ragged stringy ends that have turned Brown Are indications of Dull Blades. Mashed potatoes of you have leftover mashed potatoes keep them in the refrigerator in a covered dish until you re ready to use them. Use them As patties potato puffs or toppings for meat salad or soup. Moun of Samuel Hyman s Savi Over 25% 5 was was settles Sale 2 Teaspoons knife Fork a Saud Fork a patterns $0 in countess Regueur �?~16.75 i Reg.�?~18.50.�?T13.50 a 4 pc. Com Potor set regular sift of Siu Simi s�?4pc.wstoisct i Tsuu tar of jew Gnu 2 too spoons knife Fork salad Fork Rio tuft $39.00 Kristie Mckinnon honoured miss Kristie Mckinnon Bride elect of Perry Driggers was honoured wednesday evening at a floating bridal Shower Given by miss Cheryl Owens and miss Crouch Cousin of the Bride elect. Miss Owens and miss Crouch will a bridesmaids in the wedding. The honoree received a Corsage of White carnations etched with Lavender to match her dress. Gifts were placed on a table covered with a yellow cloth and the honoree was later presented with a set of Avocado cookware by the hostesses. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a yellow cloth overlaid with a White Linen cutwork cloth which was used by the Bride elect s Mother at Ber wedding. An arrangement of yellow and Lavender Flowers entered the table. Special guests for the evening were mrs. Gene Smith and mrs. Harry h a i k e Miller Hiatt pair repeats vows Greensboro Barbara Ellen Williams and Thomas David Hardin of High Point were United in marriage on saturday in a 4 p. In. Ceremony at deep River friends meeting House. The Rev. Buford v. Frye officiated at the ceremony and mrs. Janie Carroll organist presented a program of wedding music. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Delbert Paul Williams of route 9. The bridegroom is the son of mrs. Anne c. Hardin of it. I High Point and Robert Glen Hardin or. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal bridal gown with a Empire bodice of embroidered daisies. She carried a bouquet of miniature mums carnations and Gypsophila. Mrs. Brenda Garrett of Eden was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were miss re Ginia Meritt and miss Luanna Hardin of High Point sister of the bridegroom. They wore formal gowns and carried Long stemmed mums to match their gowns. The bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best Man. Ushers included Ralph w. Ballard of Colfax Robert g. Hardin Iii of High Point brother of the bridegroom and Roy h. Watts Iii of High Point. The new mrs. Hardin is a senior at Western Guilford High school where she participates in the deca program. She is employed in the Mayberry ice Cream shop at Quaker Village shopping Center. Or. Hardin is a graduate of Northwest High school where he participated in the Monogram club wrestling team and future Farmers of America and served As a bus Driver. He is presently employed with the Long View Golf course in Guilford College. The couple will reside on it. I High Point. Him san Francisco a the worlds oldest airline stewardess is eyeing the sky wistfully after her mandatory retirement from f i y i n g a a career spanning 35 years and to million air Miles. A a in a in Good health and id Fly until 65 if they a let me a Ida staggers said wednesday after her last flight for trans world airlines. The airline explained that its contract with the airline stewards and stewardesses association compelled retirement at 60. Her last flight waa from Honolulu to Travis air Force base 45 Miles North of san Francisco on a charter assignment for the military Airlift command. When she arrived Back at san Francisco International Airport there were popping Champagne corks hugs kisses and congratulations from pilots fellow stewardesses ground workers and Twa officials. Miss staggers in t stopping completely however. Twa is keeping her on As a women a department consultant. She will work with fledgling stewardesses at Breech Academy twas hostess training Center at Kansas City Mother and grandmother of the Bride elect. Miss Mckinnon and or. Driggers will speak their wedding vows at Lebanon United methodist Church on june la at 4 . Pretty new fashions Yian a Diomel you la find just the style in our collection of Lovely fashions including Many knits and easy care polyesters in the season s latest looks prints and colors. New arrivals dresses Large amp half sizes 121 thru 241 261 thru 321 38 thru 52 see our selection of Cotton washable dresses. A we fit the hard to fit Quot convenient Lay a Way open Friday nights till 8 . Bank charge mount methodist Miller oldest stewardess grounded Thomasville pleasant United Church was the setting for the saturday afternoon wedding of Sharon Jean Hiatt daughter of or. And mrs. William l. Hiatt of route 4, to John Douglas Miller son of or. And mrs. E. Burton Miller of it. To Winston Salem. The Rev. Alvin b. Pope and the Rev. Ardis Payne officiated at the 3 . Ceremony. Miss Janice Phillips soloist and Noel Kinnamon organist presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of organza with a shoulder length veil of illusion attached to a Matching Headpiece of lace and carried a bouquet of White roses and Stepha Notis entered with a White Orchid. Mrs. Gary Mendenhall was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids included miss Nancy Miller miss Karen Miller miss Melba Mclaurin mrs. Eugene b. Miller or. And miss Gail Hiatt. Miss Jennifer Burton was a Junior bridesmaid and Gwyn Zimmerman was Flower girl. The attendants wore gowns of yellow and Green crepe designed with Empire waistlines and Bishop sleeves. They carried bouquets of yellow and White daisies. The bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best Man. Ushers were Eugene b. Miller jr., David Miler Richard Miller Brian Hiatt and Fletcher Patterson. Charles Nicholson waa a Junior usher and Randal Shuler was ring bearer. The new mrs. Miller is a graduate of Ledford High school and is presently employed by the n o rib Carolina department o f veterans affairs As a Secretary. Or. Miller is a graduate of Ledford High school and Davidson county Community College. He is currently employed by gravely tractor co. As a craftsman. The parents of the bridegroom and or. And mrs. Banks gobble entertained at a cake cutting which was held on Friday evening following the wedding rehearsal. The couple will reside on route to Gumtree Road in Winston Salem. High Point Enterprise sunday May 28, 1972 71 Kenerley Ellwood couple exchanges wedding vows mrs. Charles Miller Kenerley Raleigh Marian sue Ellwood daughter of or. And mrs. Erie l. Ellwood of 4505 Pitt St., and Charles Miller Kenerley son of or. And mrs. Wade e. Kenerley of 6 Cul Breth ave. In Thomasville were United in marriage in a 1 30 . Ceremony on saturday in St. Timothy a episcopal Church. The couple repeated their vows before the Rev. George b. S. Hale. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of White lace trimmed with Blue e a Boldery. She carried a bouquet of daisies and Cornflower. Miss Rosalind eve Ellwood and miss Hilary Kate Ellwood attended the Bride. They wore gowns of yellow and Green lace and carried bouquets of yellow and White daisies and Bells of Ireland. The bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best Man. Ushers were William Ray Tew Charles Hooker Tew and David Mcdonald Gibbs All from Thomasville. The new mrs. Kenerley is a senior at North Carolina state so Kenerly in 12-b now designed especially for the Bride to be m Ith a Little lest than unlimited fund. The Beautiful Bride bridal Salon 1316 n. 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