High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 28 1972, Page 27

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 28, 1972, High Point, North Carolina 8b High Point Enterprise Sundog May 28, 1972 Debbie Beaver is Bride of William Craig Darby Debbie sue Beaver daughter of or. My mrs. William Gilbert be aft of 1813 Futrelle dr., became the Bride of whims Craig Darby son of or. Aid mrs. William Elmer Darby of 3428 Imperial dr., in a 7 p. In. Ceremony on saturday evening at Lexington Avenue Baptist Church. The couple repeated their vows before the Rev. W. W. Robbins. Miss Pat Ogle presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of White crepe and Venise lace designed with an Empire Waistline full length sleeves a Keyhole neckline accented with Matching lace and a Chapel length train. She wore a Camelot Headpiece of crepe with an attached veil of illusion and car mrs. William Craig Darby ried a lace covered Bible topped with a bouquet of French carnations. Miss Kaye Jenkins was maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were miss Kaye Mcdonald and miss Phyllis Suggs. The attendants wore gowns of mint Green crepe designed with Long puffed sleeves and Empire bodices accented with White lace. They wore Matching Garden hats with White velvet ribbon and carried bouquets of pompous and daisies with ribbon streamers. The bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best Man. Ushers were Gibbie Beaver brother of the Bride Rankin Darby brother of the bridegroom Wilson Brown and Mike Christian. Matthew Mabe was ring bearer. The new mrs. Darby is a graduate of Andrews High sch dbl. She attended Guilford technical Institute and is pm Loyed in the office of the Blacksmith shop inc. Or. Darby is a graduate of High Point Central High school. He attended Western Carolina University and Davidson county Community College and is employed by Dobbins electric co. The parents of the Bride entertained at a cake cutting which was held immediately following the rehearsal on Friday evening in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. The parents of the bridegroom honoured the couple at a rehearsal dinner on thursday evening a Tofu Catbe Mart. The couple will reside at 1526 Homewood ave. Carolyn Ann Cullom miss Cullom to marry h. J. Scruggs or. Announcement is being made of the engagement of Carolyn Ann Cullom daughter of mrs. Edward Cullom of 706 old Winston re. And the late or. Cullom to h. J. Scruggs jr., son of mrs. H. J. Scruggs of 214 Chestnut and the late or. Scruggs. The couple will marry on Trotter Bouldin pair complimented Edna Jobe Speaks vows with John Douglas Payne Greensboro Alamance presbyterian Church was the setting for the saturday afternoon wedding of Edna Ruth Jobe of High Point daughter of or. And mrs. James Lee Jobe of route 6, to John Douglas Payne son of or. And mrs. Richard Douglas Payne of it. 4. Thomasville. The Rev. Lowry Mcbath officiated at the 4 . Ceremony. Mrs. Jimmy Hill organist. And mrs. Richard Benton soloist presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of White organza with pearled and scalloped Chantilly lace designed with an Empire Waistline and Chapel length train. She wore a Tiara Headpiece of White Orange blossoms with an attached veil of illusion and carried a White prayer Book covered with an Orchid. Mrs. Robert Lee Jobe was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were mrs Dick Swaim of Cincinnati Ohio mrs. Jerry Grace and miss Sharon Allen both of High Pont. The attendants wore formal gowns of Maize Chiffon designed with High necklines Long sleeves and Empire bodices trimmed with yellow and Orange lace. They wore Matching Bow headpieces with veils of illusion and carried nosegay of yellow and White dairies. The bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best Man. Ushers were Robert Jobe Rick Hunt of Kernersville Tony Hunt of Thomasville Joey Kennedy of Yanceyville and Bud Fitzgerald of Kernersville. Art Payne of Thomasville was a Junior usher. The new mrs. Payne is a graduate of Southeast High school and of the High Point memorial Hospital school of nursing. She is presently employed As a registered nurse at the High Point memorial Hospital. Or. Payne is a graduate of Ledford High school and so Edna i lib Trinity the Home of or. And mrs. R. L. Welborn was the setting for an open House on saturday evening in Honor of miss Betty Ann Trotter of Wake Forest and Thomas Welborn Bouldin of Chapel Hill and Trinity. Joining to entertain with the Welloms were their sons and daughter Bob Ken and Mary. Upon arrival the Bride elect was presented a Corsage of roses and the bridegroom elect received a Rose boutonniere. Guests were greeted by or. And mrs. Welborn Uncle and aunt of or. Bouldin and were directed to a receiving line composed of the bridal couple and their parents or. And mrs. J. Carroll Trotter of Wake Forest and or. And mrs. Thomas s. Bouldin. Refreshments were served in the dining area. The table was covered with a White Linen cloth and entered with an arrangement of mixed Spring Flowers and Gypsophila flanked by candelabras. Mrs. Willie Welborn poured punch from an antique bowl assisted by miss Joyce Mcintosh and mesdames Otto Welborn Cecil Lawing and Larry Brower. A focal Point was a Bride s Book in which guests wrote advice for the couple. Special guests were the grandmothers mrs. W. 0. Oliver and mrs. R. L. Welborn. Among the out of town guests was another bridal couple. Miss Bonnie Sparks and Vernon Ray Parrish who will be married in Winston Salem on july 15. Goodbye were said to the approximately 125 guests by the hosts and hostesses. The Bouldin Trotter wedding will be solemnized at 4 . July 8, in Olin t. Binkley Chapel Wake Forest. Jeans still in you re never too old or too sophisticated to entertain wearing jeans. Especially if you Wear the new Black Matte Jersey jeans and jacket Western Cut. With splashes of color added to the Waist with a Bright suede Belt to the feet with Matching suede sandals and Long Scarf wrapped around the neck. A a amp to y easy pants styled by when your favorite placet Lea quiet stretch of Beach shop 4 ways e Fosston shop charge e Lay away e Banka Dericard a master charge when you give Hor a Diamond that s jewel Box priced from $350 to $500 other perfect love Diamond rinse priced from si25 to 2500 i maw my a wow a j 139 s. Main St. High Point pm. 883-0827 expert watch repairs Munster leg Quot hipster jeans of brushed Cotton Denim. Zip Fly front and Tunnel Belt loops. Assorted fashion colors in sizes 5, 7 and 9. Mi00 114 South main Street St miss Cashatt or. Thomas Exchange wedding vows aug. 20 at Oakview Baptist Church. Miss Cullom a graduate of High Point Central High school is employed by Central savings Bank. Or. Scruggs was educated in the High Point City schools and in Tulsa okla. He is employed with High Point Bank and Trust co. As assistant cashier. Phyllis Jane Cashatt became the Bride of Gary Grayson Thomas of Greensboro in a 7 . Ceremony on saturday in the Oak View Baptist Church. The Rev. Kenneth Miller officiated at the ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. William g. Cashatt of 204 Weavil St., and the bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Curry c. Thomas of 2913 Randleman rd., Greensboro. Mrs. Linda Morgan soloist and mrs. Ruth Ann Sears organist presented a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her father the Bride was attired in a formal gown of sheer organza and Venise lace desired with Bishop sleeves fitted cuffs and a High neckline. She added a lace trimmed organza Bow with an attached veil of illusion and she Rebecca Lambeth is honoree miss Rebecca Lambeth of Lexington june Bride elect was honoured at a floating miscellaneous bridal Shower on thursday evening by mrs. J. Fred Jones miss Janette Webster and miss Jones at mrs. Jones Home on 1217 Delk or. Upon her arrival the honoree was presented with a Corsage of yellow and White Spring Flowers. The hostesses later added an electric Fry pan to the Shower of gifts. Guests called Between the hours of 7 and 9 . And were served refreshments from a table covered with a Green cloth overlaid with White lace. The table was entered with an arrangement of yellow and White Spring Flowers. Mrs. Roy Lambeth Mother of the Bride elect and mrs. Margaret Everhart Mother of the bridegroom elect were special guests. Miss Lambeth will marry Robert Everhart of Lexington on june 18 in Lexington. Carried a White Bible topped with Pink Rose buds and streamers of Ivy. The Bible was presented to the Bride in a special ceremony by women of the Church. Mrs. Jan Lefteris served As Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids included miss Susan Lowe of Jamestown miss Debbie Cashatt sister of the Bride and mrs. Gary Walker. The attendants were attired in formal gowns of Pink Chiffon designed with Empire waistlines accented with daisies and puffed sleeves. They carried colonial bouquets of Spring Flowers. Ralph Pugh of Greensboro served As Best Man. Ushers were Gary Walker and David Barbee and Wilson Chandler of Greensboro. The new mrs. Thomas is a graduate of High Point Central High school. She attended Guilford technical Institute and is a member of Beta Sigma Phi. She is employed As a Secretary for Western electric. Or. Thomas a graduate of Sumner High school attends git where he plans to graduate in the fall with a degree in accounting. He is a member of Phi Beta Lambda business fraternity. The bridal couple shared honors at a cake cutting on Friday evening Given by the brides parents at Oak View Baptist Church. Refreshments were served in the Fellowship Hall from a table covered with a Pink cloth overlaid with White lace and entered with an arrangement of Spring Flowers. A color scheme of Pink and Green was used throughout the entertainment area. The couple selected this time to present gifts to their attendants. The newlyweds will reside on Freeman Mill Road in Greensboro. Mrs. Thomas Long shorts shorts come in All lengths for Spring a from last years hot pants to this years Ber Muda length shorts and every length in Between. Also look for the 1950s influence in fashion with the return of pedal pushers. What next Capri pants of. Of. Qp4p4p so Plain i fanes to \>7 of or jct Al / 591? High Point 0.sedgefield a a to a a a a with these discount prices extra special polyester screen prints a 100% polyester double knit prints a 54&Quot wide on the Bolt a machine washable All Bright Spring prints tables loaded values to 3.98 Yard one big table dress fabrics Gingham checks poly Cotton prints a Leno a clip dots crepes a wide assortment of Bright Spring fabrics 45&Quot wide machine washable Little or no ironing values to 1.49 to. Hurry Yard printed seersucker printed Gingham a first Quality a 45&Quot wide a washable unbelievable buy in the most popular fabric for this Spring values to 1.98 Yard. 87 w Byard big new shipment quilted bedspreads full size Only a acetate top Cotton sacking with polyester fiber fill wide assortment of colors Reg. Values to $22.95 each fabric shops Quot Yosr dec asst fabric is Star Quot Fairfield Plaza 311 South. Open every Day 10 00 to 9 00 . Except wed. To of to 6 of i

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