BECKHAM golden wedding anniversary
Golden Wedding Anniversary By Beckham Family Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Beckham Special guests for the event were entertained Sunday at a were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Golden Wedding Anniversary Beckham of Stony Point and celebration for which their chil- Mr, and Mrs. Earl Harris of dren, W. E. Beckham and Mrs. Western Avenue, who C. E. Reese, were hosts with - w E - Beckham and Mr. R««e. Mrs. D. W. Goforth greeted the approximately 100 guests Mr. and Mrs. David E. Harris, wn ° called between 3 and 5 p.m. Sidney Harris and Miss Jane and Mrs. Frederick Bock presented them to the honored couple. Mrs. Beckham received in a were attendants at the honored couple's wedding. Out-of-town guests included Floyd Harris of Atlanta, Oa., blue dress, complemented with a corsage of yellow carnations, Wilson of Kernersville, Mrs. Edna Combs, Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Beckham, Mrs. Jimmy Beckham and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Harris all of Stony Point, Mr. and Mrs. Derr Beck- and Mr. Beckham had a gold ham of Atlanta, Ga., Mr. and carnation boutionniere in his Mrs. Jennings Campbell and lapel. Decorations were in a green and gold color note and the Christmas tree was decorated in gold. A table in the entrance featured green tapers in tall candelabra enhanced by greenery and gold angels. A madonna with greenery and candelabra holding green children, Jane, Jennifer, Ross Ervin of Abbeyville, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Bock of Hickory and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Harris of Boone. tapers was used in the living- Bride-To-Be Is Honored room where a large bowl of yellow chrysanthemums was Miss Sandra Kay McCoy, bride-elect of Albert Young placed on the raised hearth. In VanH °y> was « uest of honor for a New Year's Eve luncheon at bell and holly. the Vance Motor ton Mrs. Reid Brawley showed Hostesses for the bridal event the hallway was a large gold the way to the refreshment were Mrs - Max Kennedy, her table, which was covered in daughter, Melissa, of Hunts- linen. Mrs. Jack Annas, ^He, Ala., and Mrs. John Stike- Miss Elaine Harris and Miss lea th er - Jr., of Statesville. Donna Motto alternated in Covers were laid for 10 at a T- pouring punch and the anni- shaped table spread with white versary cake was cut and linen. Centerpiece was an all- served by Mrs. David Harris, white arrangement of feathered Centerpiece for the refresh- mums, pompons and carnations ment table was a gold filigree in silver. Slim white tapers candelabrum with tiers of burned in silver candlesticks yellow chrysanthemums, flanking the centerpiece. White gladioli and gold tapers. The candles, greenery and mums tiered anniversary cake, topped were elsewhere on the table, with golden bells and a dove, Tiny rice bags, tied in green rib- decorated with yellow bons, marked places for each of roses. The cut glass punch bowl the guests, stood on a gold base at the Accompanied by her mother, opposite side of the table. Mrs. Coyte McCoy, the bride-to- Reception punch, with be wore a tangerine colored knit floating fruit rings, apricot dress and a white fur hat. She balls, orange blossom cakes, received a corsage of white cheese wedding rings and stars, pompons upon arrival and her were served with black-eyed honor gift from the hostesses susans and mixed nuts. was china in her chosen pattern.