High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Sep 1 1976, Page 60

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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1976, High Point, North CarolinaWednesday september 1, 19765 High i him Emer Kisk the world of Section b Adelaide Wendler women s editor Rebecca Capps is Bride of Pauls. Bellinger Julian Rebecca Jane Capps daughter of or. And mrs. Thomas e. Capps became the Bride of Paul Stephen Bollinger of Hickory in a 3 . Ceremony sunday in Organ lutheran Church Salisbury. Rev. Lawrence Bolinger the bridegroom s father was officiating minister. Musicians were Lane and Mark Brown. Given m marriage by her father the Bride was attended by Wanda Gayle Bullock of Greensboro As maid of Honor. Best Man was Robert Eugene Wright of Hickory. The Bride graduated from unc Greensboro and is employed by Catawba county schools a student at Lenoir Rhyne College the bridegroom is majoring in philosophy and political science he s employed at Belk s in Hickory his parents. Rev. And mrs. Bollinger. Reside in Salisbury the Coupie will reside in Hickory. Sharon Hill and Jack Welchjr. Are entertained Trinity Archdale club Tours executive mansion Sharon Hill and Jack Welchjr. Were guests of Honor Sun Day afternoon at a mis Cellaneous Shower held in the Fellowship Hall of Southside Baptist Church. Hosts and hostesses were or. And mrs. De Grissom or. And mrs. Cecil coins or. And mrs Curtis Ritch jr., or. And mrs. Jerry Rodden or. And mrs. Jerry Parlier and or. And mrs. Eugene Parlier. Guests called Between the hours of 2 and 4 . Decorations throughout the entertaining area followed a Green and yellow Motif. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a Green and White cloth and entered with a Green and yellow Floral arrangement flanked by yellow tapers. The Host couples welcomed guests and invited to sign the Register. Special guests included or. And mrs. G a. Hill parents of the Bride elect or. And mrs. Jack Welch. Mrs. Paul Stephen Bollinger bridal couple feted at Summerfield Hayworth Burwell pair complimented Nancy Lois Phibbs and Charles 0. Tucker were honoured saturday evening at a Buffet Given by or and mrs. James t. Morns Al their Home in Summerfield. Upon her arrival the Bride elect was presented a Corsage of yellow daisies and Gypsophila. Later the bridal couple received a knife and Fork in their selected Silver pattern. Refreshments were served from a Buffet covered with a White Linen cloth and entered with an arrange ment of summer Flowers. Individual tables were covered with Linen cloths and entered with bouquets of summer Flowers special guests included the couple s parents or. And mrs. Emest h. Phibbs and or. And mrs. J. Frank Tucker. Clare Purcell Smith of Chapel Hill and or and mrs Steven Blake of plea Sant Garden miss Phibbs and or. Tucker will be married sept. Al in a 4 . Ceremony Al Brown Summit United methodist Church in Brown Summit Henderson weekend festivities honouring Connie Ruth Hayworth and Walter Brodie Burwelljr. Included a party Given at Westview. The Lake Home of or and mrs. Millard Winston Wester or. Also hosting the event were or. And mrs. Hayden Coleman Bailey mrs. Jonathan Ezra nunnery Sarah Louise Carter Craig Henry Bailey and Jonathan Keith nunnery friends of the couple from High Point Chapel Hill Raleigh and Murfree Borough participated in dancing on the Patio and porch and a pig picking on the Lawn. On sunday a Linen Shower and luncheon was held at Knottingham. The Home of or. And mrs. Gaither Wilson Knoll jr., honouring miss Hayworth and her parents or. And mrs. James Madison Hayworth of High Point. Associate hosts were mrs Marjone Sims Blackburn Anne Silks Blackburn or. And mrs. Richard Gregory Burwell and or. And mrs Milton Langston Hight iced drinks were served in the Smith Gazebo. Baby lambs grazed in a nearby Field a Buffet luncheon was see Hayworth on 2b parents of the bridegroom elect or and mrs. Richard Mill brother and sister in Law of the Bride elect and Lindsay Welch brother of the bridegroom. Also in attendance were members of the wedding party Vickie Hunt Cindy Gardner and Karen Rodden. The honoured couple received a Corsage and boutonniere of White daisies and car nations when they arrived miss Hill and or. Welch will be married saturday at Southside Baptist Church. Latest arrivals Jennifer Kaley or and mrs Jan Kaley of 1008 Elk pm Winston Salem announce the arrival of a daughter Jennifer Leigh aug. 30 at Baptist Hospital. Staci Pinion or. And mrs Richard Pinion of rt.2. Trinity announce the birth of a daughter. Staci Tara. On aug. 28 at High Point memorial Hospital. Trinity Archdale Exten Sion homemakers club members went to Raleigh last week to tour the state executive mansion Enro Ute they stopped at Ballentine s restaurant Cameron Village Raleigh for lunch and a Brief business session. Mrs. Leroy Han cock president welcomed As guests mrs. H. S. Ragan jr., mrs. H. C. Royals jr., mrs. Hannah b. Cumby and Anita Andrews. Mrs. Hancock reminded members of the following events Bicentennial workshop in Asheboro sept. 8 and 9 Extension homemakers tour to Monticello. Williamsburg and Tryon Palace sept. 20 through 22 District Craft workshop at Betsy Jeff Penn 4h Center in Reidsville sept. 28 and 29 entries in Christ Mas stocking contest deadline sept. 30 for Southern Christmas show in Charlotte nov. 6 through state Council meeting of Extension homemakers in Raleigh at the Extension homemakers Center oct 6 and 7 and the Randolph county fall festival in Asheboro oct 9 and 10. The president expressed appreciation to the club members of the planning and arranging committee for their efforts in organizing the trip serving on the com Mittee were Lucy peace Kate Hughes Lillian Giles Lena Andrews and Myrtle Marsh. Highlights of the bus trip were visits to the n c. State legislative building the n. C museum of arts and the n. C executive mansion guests in addition to those welcomed at the luncheon were George elder Webb Fugate. Allen Garner John Giles. Leroy Hancock Joe Hoover and Clarence peace Rebecca Mills and William Vandiver say wedding vows party in Davis Home honors Joy Brown miss Joy Elizabeth Brown Bride elect of Daniel Eugene Hedgecock was honoured at a miscellaneous bridal Shower at the Home of mrs. Jesse Davis on sunday evening hostesses for the party were mrs. Maxine Dawkins mrs Anna Hedgecock and mrs Davis the hostesses gave miss Brown a Corsage of White carnations when she arrived. Guests were invited to have refreshments from a table covered with White lace and entered with White mums. Mothers of the engaged couple. Mrs Anna Hedgecock and mrs. Evelyn Solomon were among the 30 guests. The couple will be married on Friday in an 8 pm Home ceremony. Mrs Vandiver Eastern Hills Christian Church provided the setting tuesday evening for the wedding of Rebecca Anne Mills of Randleman William Guy Vandiver Iii. The couple repeated their vows before Rev Don Sams a prelude of wedding music was provided by Lois Freeman. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. C w. Mills of it 1, Randleman. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. William Guy Van diver or. Of 846 Dogwood Cir Given in marriage by her brother. William Mills the Bride was attended by Rachel Welch As maid of Honor. Bridesmaid was Donna Watson. The bridegroom selected his father to serve As Best Man usher was Keith Vandiver brother of the bridegroom. A. Graduate of Tum Veman High school the Bride was a member of Beta club Library club and Fla. She is employed by Jvan Tucket hosiery Mills corp of Asheboro the bridegroom graduated from Ragsdale High school and is employed by Starr electric in Winston Salem the couple will reside at 1501-a Carolina ave. Discover age old Craft take autumn trip to Glass country artistic collection take a trip to Glass country and see pieces like these made from the Start. In a factory tour watch craftsmen make such prize designs As clockwise from lop a Hobnail milk Glass vase an Early american pressed Glass plate the Century old Moon and Star patterned Candy Jar a classic bottle and stopper blown by hand and a historic compote in antique Coin Glass. New York if you have a few Days off this fall Combine sightseeing history Scenic Beauty and sports with a trip to Glass country Usa where America s oldest Craft Glass making is alive and growing this Region which encompasses West Virginia Western Pennsylvania and Ohio is not Only the heart of the hand crafted Glass Industry but also is one of the most Scenic regions. Mountains waterfalls and Rivers form the background for state Parks and camping Sites. Facilities Are available for canoeing horseback Riding Golf and swimming. Historic inns and modern hotels offer accommodations for the visitor and there Are local museums focusing on the area s historical past. Among the rolling Hills Are ten Glass houses All members of the Glass crafts of America assn., that produce traditional and contemporary Glass with an expertise that has been passed Down from generation to generation since the founding of America s first Glass House in 1608. Free Tours of the Glass factories provide an Opportunity for the family to discover the wonder of this age old Craft. To help plan the trip a complimentary brochure Welcome to Glass country which features a map showing factory locations driving routes tour and gift shop hours and examples of the hand crafted pieces you will see made from Start to finish can be obtained by writing to Glass crafts of America Box 107, suite 5700, Grant Street Pittsburgh guided Tours during glassmakers1 working hours Are Given at All the factories except Lenox Crystal. All have gift shops with a wide assortment of pieces including such classics As milk Satin Coin and slag Glass As Weli As contemporary bottles terrariums and glasses. At some factories you can watch Glass be ing blown. At others skilled craftsmen make hand pressed patterns from holds some dating Back to the eighteenth Century. Travelling from factory to factory by car is the Best Way to experience the full Beauty of Glass country. A suggested itinerary begins in Pittsburgh known As the Renaissance City because of its dramatic transition from old to new. Here you can ride the incline an old fashioned Cable car up mount Washington for a panoramic View of the City and its famous Golden Triangle the Point where the Glass House tour a motor tour of 10 Glass houses in the Tri 1 state area of West Virginia Western Pennsylvania and Ohio offers a first hand look at Glass making and a trip through the Scenic mountains. Stops suggested included a l. E. Smith Lenox c Westmoreland d Imperial e Fostoria f Viking g Fenton h Pilgrim i Blenko and a West Virginia. Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers join to form the Ohio. East of Pittsburgh is Grapeville Home of Westmoreland Glass where Floral designs Are hand painted on Crystal and milk Glass approximately 20 Miles Southeast of Grapeville is Ligonier a quaintly restored 18th Century City in the Foothills of the Allegheny mountains. Its famous fortress. Fort Ligonier is where the key Battle of the French and Indian War was fought. Going in a southwesterly direction there is mount pleasant Home of Lenox Crystal makers of hand blown Lead Crystal and l. E. Smith Glass co., famous for hand pressed bowls goblets and canister sets in the Cen Tury old Moon and Star pattern. Further South is the West Virginia Glass specially co. In Weston bordered by the Allegheny Mountain Range. Here Glassblower make a wide variety of bar Ware and gift pieces. Travelling Southwest you will go through Charleston the capital of West Virginia on the Banks of the Kanawha River and on the Way to Milton Home of Blenko Glass featuring hand blown oversize bottles vases and m Tri cately designed paperweights the visitors Center features a Fence of Glass and an unusual exhibit of stained Glass designs. West of Milton is Hunt ton. Home of the Viking Glass co. Plant where master craftsmen with precision choreography create hand blown bottles and pitchers in noted Ruby and crackle Glass take time to visit the nearby Huntington galleries museum with its collection of Fine and decorative arts currently featuring american Glass focus West an exhibit of Glass works by 50 renowned american artists on display through oct. 10 near the Moun Tadeous Kentucky West Virginia Border is the Pilgrim Glass corp. In Ceredo just outside Hunt ton making con temporary items like decanters vases and food containers. Here too highly trained Glass makers form animals and figurines by hand. Bordering the Ohio River in Williamstown w a is Fenton Art Glass known for Satin milk and Rose burmese Glass which collectors prize. Just across the River is historic Marietta the first permanent settlement in Ohio and an important port in Steamboat Days crossing Back Over the River about 35 Miles North is new Martinsville w. A. Home of another Viking factory where there Are hand pressed baskets delicately etched Crystal and other decorative designs in an array of colourful finishes further North still is Moundsville Home of Fostoria Glass where Lead Crystal is blown by hand and Coin Glass created As you watch. Moundsville gels its name from the an old Indian burial ground said to be the tallest in the world that is open to visitors. Approximately 15 Miles North of Mound Seville just outside of Wheeling is Oglebay Park the largest municipal Park in the country. Amidst acres of rolling grounds Are log Cabins and the Wilson Lodge a rustic hotel that offer overnight accommodations. Here too is the Oglebay mansion museum featuring a magnificent collection of historic Glass native to West Virginia including the famous Sweeney punch bowl the largest known Cut Glass piece in the world. Wind up the trip by travelling West crossing the Ohio River to Bellaire Home of Imperial Glass Here craftsmen fashion hand pressed Glass in colors and authentic Early american reproductions made for the metropolitan museum of Art in new York City

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