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|ESU celebrates window at famed London site|
"Celebrating the Louisiana Window in the Henry VII Chapel of Westminster Abbey" was the program for the English-Speaking Union on Sunday, March 29.
Presiding was president Joan Chardkoff. On either side of the podium were matching multi-floral arrangements in large brass containers, donated by the Anna Gray Noe class of First United Methodist Church. On the registration table was a spring arrangement in a souvenir cup from Queen Elizabeth's 50th anniversary on the British throne.
Introducing the program speakers was Jean Huenefeld, who pointed out that the Louisiana window is a fitting tribute to the Noe family, the Monroe area, and the state of Louisiana with the symbolism etched in the window.
Reminiscences of the dedication of the window in October 1995 were given by Emily K. Ensminger Burrows and Gloria Bennett. They included the festive affairs of the Queen's Garden Party, the dinners at the British Museum and the Spencer House.
Linda Noe Laine delighted the audience with her accounts of the decision to place this window in London's revered Westminster Abbey.
An English tea followed the program. Delicacies as prepared by members and appropriate for High Tea were planned by Bobbye Legan and Mary Beth Weaks. The lovely home of Nell Powell was resplendent with floral arrangements designed by Rosemary Harrison in the dining room and foyer. An Easter arrangement of ceramic rabbits and hand-painted eggs was of interest in the sun room.
About 85 members and guests attended the meeting and reception to honor Linda Noe Laine of New York City.
Among those attending were Lestar and Sally Martin, Jim and Marilyn Lewis, Ron and Sandra Blate, Marilyn Stern, Janet Masur, Dale Dimos, Stone and Eleanor Caraway, Mayor and Mrs. Jamie Mayo, Minette Saber, Joann Hayward, Gloria Vetch, Howard Lance, Carole Kilpatrick, Kay Causey, Dorothea Garrett, Carol Parsons, Charles and Sylvia Wilkins, Gladney Peyton, Jim and Ann Padgett, Fran Winter, Herschel and Lillian Gentry, John and Theda Birdsong, Scottie Legan, George Weaks, George and Katherine Hutchinson, Fred Huenefeld, Joyce Kellogg, Teedie Dixon, Mary Alice Husted, Lee Pierson, Ellen Huey, Kay Causey, Jibby Morton, Nell Calloway, Rosemary Sumrall, Irma Grant George, Ernest St. John, Jane Hayden and Charlene Brown.