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Cherokee scout. volume (Murphy, N.C.) 188?-1961, July 14, 1960, Page 4, Image 4

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Mlh Faye Wilcox Wtdi tmesl Edward ledford MURPHY - Mia Edith Kaye Wilcox became the bride M Era-; est Edward Ledtod at Murphy i bunda). July I, la an afternoon) I ceremony conducted by the Rev I AJ Smith. I The bride is the daughter at Mr and Mrs Ralph Wilcox and ' the bride it the too of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ledford of Route 4. i Murphy i I The couple will reside in At lanta. Ga. where the groom is < employed by Delta Airlines. 1 1 Given in marriage by her lath 1 1 er. the bride wore a floor length - dress of chantilly lace, styled with i < a fitted bodice and loog buttoned sleeves. Her veil was a halo of ! I white pearls and she carried a ! white orchid atop a white Bible | Miss Margaret Anne Wikm. titter of the bride, was maid el Moor and Hie* Mary Kephart id Murphy. Miu Patricia Mam of Murphy, aad Mr*. Carolyn Henry i < Allan u. Ga. were brideemaidi. rhey wore white arnel sheaths i i>d carried colonial bouquets of )iue carnations Mr Virgil Decker of Murphy ?as the bridegroom's beet man ind asheri induded Mr. Bud Kil ian of Murphy. Mr. Fred Sneed. Ir. of Murphy, and Mr. Charles itewart also of Murphy For traveling the bride wore a >iue and white checked cotton >uh with while accesaories. RUBBERIZED WALLHIDE WALL PAINT t hip...ped"or <f0(k! Sg45 J MURPHY HARDWARE CO. 106 Tennessee S*. ? VE 7-2110 ? Murphy, N. C. MR AND MRS GERALD R. HEMPHILL Nola Mae Collins Bride Of Gerald R. Hemphill Miss Nola Mae Collins became the bride of Gerald Raymond Hemphill in an evening ceremony I on June 17 at Antioch Baptist [Church in Blairsville. The bride is the daughter olj Mr. and Mrs. Elmer B. Collins, of Murphy, N C? and the groom, I ot Marietta, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hemphill, of ! Blairsville. The Rev. Floyd Wall conducted the double ring ceremony in a setting of white flowers and greenery lighted with white ta pers in branched candelabro. Hoyt Raper served as best man. Miss Mary Ann L,3nce. maid of honor, wore a pink dress and carried whiie carnations. Hie bride was given in mar riage by her father. She wore a street length dress of white chif | fon and carried a white Bib'f towied with a white orchid. Mrs. Collins, mother of the bride, wore a dress of prriwinkl" blue lace and Mrs. Hemphill, mother of the groom, chose pow der blue lace. Both wore white rarnations. SUMMER CLEARANCE SWIMSUITS aid PLAYrCLOTHES Reduced 20% Big once a year reductions A treat for your wardrobe and your pocket book! We're clearing out summer fashions . . . DRESSES 20% off Sun dresses, town, play and late-day dresses . . . sheaths, full skirts, princess lines, pleat*, styled in breezy-care fabrics at easy-to-pay prices. Great chance to refresh your wardrobe. LADIES PANTIES 4 pairs for *1 00 OH HACK DRESSES, SLACKS, SKIRTS aid RAINWEAR Half Price ORE TAIL t LADIES IRAS VALUES UP TO ?J.O Only 50t Each LADIES HATS 50% off SUITS aid COATS Maud 33% MANY OTHER BARGAINS IN THIS CLEARANCE SALE CANDLER'S MURPHY, N.C. Gat Your Rsd M Tickets For Saturday's $102 Drawing Mariettans attending the wed ding were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haney and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Metcalf. Alter a wedding trip to the Smoky Mountains, the newly weds are making their home in Marietta. Marble News By MAMIE RICH Sailor, Joseph G. Rogers of Chicago, 111., formerly of Blairs ville, recently visited relatives in cluding his Grandmother. Mrs. Mamie Rich in Marble. PVT. Creed Coffey of the U.S. Army has returned to his post in Ft. Benning, Georgia after visit ing relatives here. Mr. Alvm Cook recently report ed to Knoxville. Tenn.. to assume duties with Uncle Sam in Ser vice. PVT. Edward Lovingood recent ly visited relatives in Marble. Patients on the sick list, Mrs. Archie Gibby and Mrs. Benn Maim are improving. A reunion of tbe Trull Family was held at the home of Jeff Trull last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Rich and Rev. L. T. Caldwell of Blairs ville. were recent guests of the Riches Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Totherow and family of Murphy, Mrs. Ed Garren of Gastonia, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Collins and Miss Jean Moss were recant guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Rich. Miss Mildred Griggs has re turned fro (? Sylva, N. C., where she spent a week with her broth er, Giles Griggs. Miss Peggy Hank of Tuckasee eee. N. C , spent last weefc with relatives. Mr and Mrs. Ernest kilpatrick had as their guest Sunday, his Mother, Mrs. Kilpatrick of An drews. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Wilson re cently had as their guests, her sister and family from Andrews, and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Wilson from Oxford. N. C. Mr. and Mr* Harley McHan !-ad as their guest recently, Mrs McHan's brother. Mose, from Macon County. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gibby ol Cleveland, Tenn.. were week-en<i auests of their parents. Mr. an< Mrs. Archie Gibby and Mr. aix! Mrs. Fred Payne. The elder Edda (1055-1132) and the younger Edda < 1179-12411 are two collections of Iceland literature Burgess-Gilbert United In Gastonia Ceremony Mjm Brenda Kay Beg* and William Harmon Gilbert. Jr. wore united ia marriage Ja U. 1960 at tha Temple Baptist Church in Caatonia. N. C.. with tha Rav. S. Guy Walker officiate Muiic waj presented by Mrs. Jin Hen dricks, organist. Tbe bride is the daughter oi Mrs. Arnold Queen a I tetania, and the late Dual niirgaee The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William H Gilbert of Co lumbia. & C Given in marriage by her uncle. Luther Burgess, tfie bride wore a gown of an Edythe Vincent design of hand dipped chanully lace and nylon tulle over taffeta. Her triple tier red of imported silk illusion fell from a princess crown of sequins and pearls. She car ried a white Bible topped with white orchids and showered with lily of the valley. Mrs. Jack R. Caldwell was her titter's maid of honor. She wore a waltz length dress of raspberry chiffon over taffeta, and carried a nosegay of white carnations and shaata daisies. Roger Russell served as best man. Ushers were Joseph Par risfa and Doaaid Brow?. A reception followed m (ha church dining ram with Mrs Guy Walker. Mrs Oerrell Hale, Mrs. Clinton Criap, and Mr*. Hatrald Strickland assisted is serving. Mrs Tracy N. Queen keot the bride's book. After a wedding trip to Blowing Rock. N. C.. the couple ia resid ing at Route No. 1. Clinton. N. C. Ronald Ressels Entertain House Guest Mr. and Mrt. Ronald Retael of Bratctown entertained with a Barbecue at their home Saturday evening, honoring their house guests. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cole and children of Mt. Holly, N. J. Invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Mattox. Mr. and Mrs. Jerue Babb, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Beerkens, and Mr. and Mrs. Hobart McKeever. F A Thomas -DeWeese Married At Evening Ceremony Miss Mary Frances Thomas o? Morgan too, Ga., and Zebbie DeWeese of Culberson, N. C., were married Saturday evening. July IS. in a ceremony taking place in the Bethel Methodist Church. The Rev. W. L. Collins officiated in the presence of the families and close friends. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas of Morganton. Ga. The bride groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl DeWeese of Culber son. N. C. The maid of honor, Jerry McDoris of Morganton. wore a blue embroidered, all cotton, street length dress, and the bridesmaid. Erma of Sparks Hemp, wore a street length dress of pink silk organza. Both birls carried colonial bouquets of pink Ruth Bagwell Circle | Holds Meeting The Ruth Bagwell circle of the| First Baptist Church met Mon day at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Gill. After a picnic supper, the husbands and children played games and the ladies resumed their meeting. Mrs. J. B. Hall, chairman, presided during the business session. Minutes were read and approved by Mrs. Gill, Sec. It was voted for our members to serve at the Red Cross Canteen in August. Mrs. Wiley Kinney, Jr., pre sented a program on "Centers of Good Will." Mrs. Ralph Rhodes closed the program with prayer. Present for the meeting were: Mr. an Mrs. Herman Edwards and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rhodes. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hall and children. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hampton and chil dren. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bryant and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Abies asd children, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Kinney, Jr.. and children, Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Stiles and children, Mr. and Mrs. | Verlin Jones and Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Puett and | family. | WHITE Mr. and Mrs. Sammy White I of Atlanta, Ga. announce the birth of identical twin boys, Lamar Burgess an Lamont Kisselburg. June 30. at Georgia Baptist Hos i pital. Atlanta. Mrs. White is the I former. Miss Kay Burgess of Mur phy i Graham-Frizzell Vows Spoken In Candlelight Wedding vows were spoken in a candlelight ceremony by Mrs. , Carrie Payne Graham and Walter I Bryan Frizaeil at 4:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs Graham. Route 2, Culberson. N. C. I The Rev. Willard Graham per ' formed tbe double ring ceremony before a mantle banked with greenery and decorated with an I arrangement of white gladiolus snapdragons, bells of Ireland and candelabrum. The bride, given in marriage by her son. Eddie Graham of Atlanta, wore a blue lace dresa with blue' accessories and cor sage of pink sweetheart roses. Mrs. W. 0. Anderson of Blue Ridge, Ga.. served as her sister's matron of honor. She wore a dress of blue lace with white acoeaaories and a iDrwge of whit* carnations. The flower ftri was Pager Graham of U'anta Ga.. granddaughter of the bride. She wars a blaa linen dress and carried a basket of white snapdragons. The bride's IrflMr attaadaat vat Mr*. PaacM of lavender cupioni with white accessories. 1 Paschal R. Hughes served as the groom's best man. Chip ! per Williams, nephew of the bride, lit the candles. Assisting with the reception were Mrs. Eddie Graham of Atlanta. Ga., and Mrs. Harold Williams, sister of the bride of I Etowah. Tenneesee. Forty guests attended the wed ding. Out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Anderson of Blue Ridge. Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Graham and daughter. Peggy of Atlanta. Mrs. Harold Etowah, Tenr . Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Payne and aoo Marvin of Knoxville, Tenn., Mr. and Mr*. Hubert Walker of Asheville. N. C? and Mr*. R. T. Payne of Knoirille, lira. rrizaaU has bM employ ad m dietician at &? Hiawaae Dm School. After My Wh the rnuple will reside at MOB Lena A**.. Nor folk. Va., where Mr. rrizaeU is employed by Norfolk and Ports pom pom mums. The flower girla were Patricia Ross of Morgan ton, who wore an orchid dress of organdy and lace, and Lynn Bailey of Blue Ridge, Ga. wearing a dress of pink silk organza. The kttle girls car ried baskets of pink tulle and velvet. The nuptical music was fur nished by Mrs. Earnest Ross, who wore a street length dress of melon nylon and lace with a shoulder bouquet of white carnations. Mrs. Dallas Johnson, soloist, sang "Because," "I Love You Truly," and ""The Lord's Prayer." She wore a blue dress with a shoulder corsage of white carnations. The bride wore a waltz length gown of Aleneon lace and net. scattered with clusters of seed pearls and tiny rhinestones over tulle and bridal taffeta. Her fingertip veil, of French Illusion, was attached to a cornet of seed pearls and tiny rhinestones. She carried a bouquet of gladiolus. Mrs. Thomas wore a blue lace dress, and chose for her corsage pink carnations. Mrs. DeWeese, the groom's mother, wore a navy lace dress and her corsage was also pink carnations. The groom chose for his best man Thomas B. Hooper. Jr. of Morganton. Usher - groomsmen were Howell Bruce of Hemp and Honsel Guthrie of Augusta Mr. and Mrs. Thomas were hosts at a reception given at their home after the ceremony. Barbara DeWeese served punch while Barbara Morris served the wedding cake. Hie three tier cake and flower arrangements were by Mrs. J. P. Chastain of Blue Ridge. Both bride and groom are grad uates of East Fannin. After a short honeymoon the couple will reside in Atlanta. Ga.. where both are employed. ? B&PW Club Holds Folk School Meet Wanan Club met en Monday . Jaly 11 at the John C. Campbell Folk School Afar ? picnic aupper a pro gram on Finance wai given by lira Douglaa Smith. Nineteen metntoen were pra ?eat Following the meeting the program committee met at the home tl Mr*. Douglas Smith To place your want ad . . . An experienced Ad - Writer i will aiiirth you. i] Eight Receive First Holy Communion Ob Sunday. Jul; ltth. eight young children of St William* Catholic Church received the* Fint Hal; Communion Those who renewed thb sacrament of Holy Eucharist are: Karla Joseph, Susan Bate*, both of Murphy; Michael Maudlin. Taxana; Cart Lyueri Jr., Buck Creek. Connie Murray, Hayesville; and Andy Jones, Andrews Alter Mass, breakfast was ser ved (or the parents and friend* in honor of the First Com r.. inicanU I MID -SUMMER SPECIALS! Dexter WASHING MACHINE with Pump Regular $129.95 $QQ95 ?IOW 99 Van Camp Pork & Beans 2.29? IC-OZ. CAN From Frath Applet" Apple Butler 89c 1 GALLON Himt'i Y?llow Clin? la H**y Syrup Peach Halves 29c Com of 24 ? $6.50 Family Sliced Bacon u39e Lay's AH Mm* WEINERS lb. 49c Raody To Scrr* Grape and Orange Jnice i-gal. 35c REGULAR LOAF BREAD 2?35c EVAPORATED MILK 4*59c LARGE CAN Instant JFG Special COFFEE 'sr 89s SAVE 15c Farmers Federation Co-Op "YOUR ONt-STOP STORE" Murphy, N. 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