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The Franklin times. (Louisburg, N.C.) 1870-current, April 01, 1969, Page 3, Image 3

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Private Rites Unite Dr. Joyner, Miss Culpepper On Sunday The sanctuary of the Louisburg Baptist Church was the setting Sunday, March 30, at 3 o'clock for a private ceremony characterized with beauty and simplicity in which Miss Claudia L?e Cul pepper became the bride of Dr. Raymond Edward Joy ""The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Cle monts Culpepper of West Palm Beach, Florida and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Oscar Joyner of Louisburg, N. C. The vows were pledged in an impressive double ring ceremony before the pastor, Reverend Aubrey S. Tomlin son. Mrs. A. B, Strother, organ ist, rendered a program of nupital music. Miss Mary Elizabeth Fuller, soloist of Durham, sang "Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee" and "The Wedding Prayer". Miss Sharon Culpepper, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Mrs. Avery J. Dennis, sister of the groom, the matron of honor. Mr. Joyner was his son's best man. Ushers were Dr. Avery J. Dennis, brother-in law of the groom, and James W. Mitchiner, uncle of the groom. The couple will reside~m Richmond where Mrs. Joyner is a registered nurse at the Medical College of Virginia and Dr. Joyner an intern. RECEPTION Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Cul pepper, parents of the bride, entertained at a lovely recep tion at the church in the educStional building. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Dennis greeted the guests while the reception line was being formed. Mrs. Florence Wells pre sented the receiving line which included the wedding party and the parents of the bride and groom. Mesdames George West, William H. Fleming, Dan L. Holt and Gladys Dare assisted in serving. Mrs. James Mitchiner pre sided at the bridal register. Goodbyes were spoken to Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Joyner DINNER Preceding the wedding re hearsal Saturday night, the parents of the groom, Mr. and Mrs Wilson 0. Joyner, were hosts at a dinner at The Mur phy House. Guests for the occasion included the wed ding party and out of town guests. AFTER REHEARSAL PARTY The honored couple, mem MRS RAYMOND. EDWARD JOVNER bers of the wedding party, members of the family and out of town guests were en tertained immediately follow ing the wedding rehearsal, Saturday evening. March twenty-nine, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Fleming on Stratford Drive. Guests were greeted by the hosts and hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Fleming and Mr. and Mrs. George M. West. Upon arrival, the bride elect was pinned with a pink cymbidium orchid and the groom to be was pinned with a white carnation bouten naire. Directed to the dining room, guests were served pink bridal punch, cheese biscuits, decorated bridal cakes, nuts, open face sandwiches, and party mints. Pouring punch were Mrs. Florence J. Wells and Mrs. James Mitchiner, aunts of the bridegroom to be. The dining table was cov ered with a pink cloth over laid with white lace. The cen terpiece was a silver candela brum with lighted tapers also holding a floral arrangement of pink snapdragons, carna tions, chrysanthemumfs, baby's breath and greenery. The buffet was arranged with gold candlesticks and tapers. A small gold box lay open with flowers arranged inside. A pink and white floral ^Gemon ?ref ,3nn OPEN FOR LUNCl^ MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY CAFETERIA STYLE 11 :30 To 2:00 P. M. arrangement in green glass with gold base was placed on the credenza in the foyer. On the piano in the living room was laid an open prayer book. Placed on a small silver tray beside the prayer book was a miniature bride and groom figurine encircled with baby's breath and greenery and com plimented by wedding bells. Approximately forty guests were in attendance. LUNCHEON Miss Claudia Culpepper and. Or. Raymond Joyner, members of the family, mem bers of tjie wedding party, and out of town guests were entertained at a wedding luncheon Sunday morning. March thirtieth, at eleven thirty at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Joyner on Jeffress Drive. Guests were greeted by host and hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Joyner and Mrs. D. L. Holt of Carolina Beach. Upon arrival, the honored couple and guests were served juice appetizers before enjoy ing a buffet luncheon of country ham, chicken salad with crackers, asparagus cass erole, marinated mixed vege tables, tomato aspic, hot rolls and coffee. A dessert course of cheese cake was served following the meal. The buffet table was cov ered with a white cloth with neavy lace trim, ft loveiy floral arrangement of mums, carnations, snapdragons, baby's breath and compli menting greenery graced the buffet table. The mantel in the living room was centered with a low spreading arrangement of similar flowers. The credenza held a lovely arrangement of mums, carnations and baby's breath. In the den. a spring arrangement of yellow jon quils. forsythia. and pine Mrs. Patterson Entertains Bridge Party Youngsville ? Mrs. B. H. Patterson had a dinner and bridge party at her home Thursday evening with mem bers of the two local bridge clubs as guests. An Easter decorative theme was used for the oc casion. Aqua organdy cloths underlined with white cov ered serving tables. In the center of each was a pastel toned nest .holding a minia ture chicken just hatching from' his shell. Ornamental Easter eggs and spring flowers were additional party decora tions. Favors of tiny spring hats were attached to place cards for guests. Easter designed bridge tallies and napkins continued the chosen motiff. Dinner included chicken salad, peas in pastry shells, miniature pears, fruit salad, hot rolls and coffee. At con clusion of three progressions of bridge a dessert course served included cake squares iced in pastel colors, toasted nuts and beverages. High score prizes for one club went to Mrs. J. H. Par rish and Mrs. B. G. Mitchell; and for the other club to Mrs. Robert Neeb and Mrs. Bob Cheatham. Other guests in attendance were Mesdames W. F. Mitchell, G. E. Winston, C. V. Timberlake, E. J. Pearce, G. W. Barnes. H. H. Reddick, L. A. Woodlief, N. A. Brown, A. N. Corpening, Evelyn Freeman, E. R. Thar rington and Miss Susie Thar rington. Mrs. J. A. Green was in attendance for the dinner. Practice Teaching Fayetteville - Mrs. Jean Zealand Goss, a 1965 grad uate of Louisburg High School, is one of 47 Metho dist College students receiving teacher internship assign ments for the spring semestcfi according to E. A. West, di rector of student teaching. Mrs. Goss, a senior major ing in elementary education, will be student teaching at Luciie Souders School in Fayetteville. She is the daugh ter of Mrs. Gordon Zealand of 202 John Street. Louis burg. Her husband. Waltoft M. Goss, is also a student at Methodist. Methodist College is now completing its ninth academic year. Education is one of the seven academic areas offered by the liberal arts institution. needles was placed in an anti que cut glass vase. Original centerpieces, plac ed on all tables, were made of white doilies, wedding bells and valley-lilies. The bridal ' table was centered with a miniature bride and groom complimented with valley lilies. - Assisting in serving the luncheon were Mrs. George M.'West, Mrs. James Nfitchi ner, Mrs. William H. Fleming and Mrs. Florence J. Wells. Places were laid for the forty-two guests in atten dance. All Dressed Up and Everywhere to Go... oxs DEPT. STORE Everything's coming up pretty this Spring, end Jacqueline leads the way with tHese feminine fashion leaders! Charlotte, dipped on the sides and bowed up-front in Pink, Blue and other pastels, Carousel, trimmad with perfs in Red/White/Blue, Grey /Nude and other neutral combinations. Casino, strapped and buckled over a cut-out-side, in Blue, Black, Bone/Nude and Red/White/Blue. SHOES 14" to 15" matching handbag. 800 up Jacqueline* As t**r> in GLAMOUR Engagements Announced PATRICIA ANN DICKERSON Mr and Mrs. James Harold Oickerson. Route 1, Louisburg. announce the engagement of their daughter. Patricia Anne, to Wesley Norris Denton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Holland Denton. Route 2, Louisburg, N. C. An April 18 wedding is planned. ~ ? ? ' " ii_. Dinner Honors Ball Teams Youngsville ? Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Wiggins. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hart and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Evans were hosts and hos tesses at a dinner held Thurs day evening. March twenty sev enth, honoring the Youngsville High School boys and girls basketball teams. Among the sixty-one guests; attending the dinner which was held at The Mur Honor List William (Billy) Winston, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Aubrey Winston of Youngsville, has earned the academic distinc tion of the President's Honor List for the winter quarter at Durham Technical Institute. The announcement was con tained in the March 24 Insti tute Bulletin. The President's Honor List officially recognizes those students who have demon strated scholastic ability and determination of accumulat ing an average of B or higher. Rated Superior Miss Penn/ Nash, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis W. Nash, won a Superior rating in the North Carolina Music Teachers Association Contest -Festival. Junior Division, held last Saturday, March 29th, in Durham. Miss Nash is a student of Mrs. Anne Scoggin. phy Hou$e in Louisburg were team me mbers, coaches, assis tants, team managers, cheer leaders, score and time keepers and school Principal D, L. Godwin and his wife. Rev. L. Jervais Phillips had the invocations which pro ceeded the family style din ner. Blue and white streamers of school colors decorated serving tables. Dated Phan tom cut-outs were favors at each guest plate. Trophies received by the team members this year were placed on the head table. Called on for impromptu speeches were the coaches and Mr. Godwin. Mr. Evans acted as Master of Cere monies. ' Franklin Mem. Hnspitai Nntes The following were pa tients in the hospital Tuesday morning: PATIENTS: Herbert Ju lian Allen, Louisburg; Nannie L. Autrey, Louisburg; Emma Ruth Bartholomew, Louis burg; Mary R. Bell, Louis burg; Ida Lucille Best, Louis burg; Tazzie H. Bras well, Bunn; Gala P. Cash. Louis burg; Willie F. Collins, Zebu Ion; Shirley P. Conyers, Zebu Ion, Ralph P. Davis. Louis burg; James G. Debnam, Franklinton; Edgar T. Gil liam, Jr.. Franklinton; Maggie T. Griffin, Castalia; Monnie E. Griffin, Louisburg; Junious W. Gupton, Louisburg; Brtice Lee Harper. Louisburg; James M. Harris,, Spring Hope; Mary Lee Hicks. Louisburg; Arthur High. Zebulon; Henry H. Ho lmes. Youngsville; Horace Hughes. Franklinton; Jessie S. Inscoe, Castalia; Doris P. Jef frey, Louisburg; Watson H. Massey, Zebulon; Angela Ann Medlin, Morrisville; Bobbie S. Medlin, Louisburg; Fannie Y. Munford, Louisburg; Joseph T. Neal. Louisburg; George A. Nelms, Castalia; John E. Nelms. Louisburg: Edward G. Parrish. Castalia; Carolyn R. Pearce, Youngsville; Lillie J. Perry, Louisburg; Ralph D. Perry, Franklinton; Arthur W. Person. Louisburg; Elnora H. Phelps. Louisburg; Etta Pri vette, Louisburg; Jessie B. Quick, Raleigh; Rebecca B. Ruffin, Louisburg; Beaufort D. Scull. Warrenton, Florence L. Stallings, Louisburg; Susan L. Steele, Louisburg; Charlie F. Stone. Louisburg; Brenda A. Tharrington. Louisburg; Ernestine C. Wheless, Zebu lon; Katie Mae Williams, Hen derson; Arch N. Wilson, Louisburg; Elizabeth C. Wil son. Louisburg; Myrtice V. Wood. Louisburg; Pennie S. Wood. Louisburg; Jimmy L. Wright. Louisburg; Blanche K. Wynne, Kittrell; James E. Yarborough. Louisburg; Mar guerite C. Young, Younp ville. NANCY GRAY MITCHINER Mr. and Mrs. James VV. Mitchiner announce the engagement of their daughter. Nancy Grey, to Mr. Lloyd Thomas O'Carroll. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Daniel O'Carroll of Bath. N. C. The wedding is planned for June the eighth in Louisburg Baptist Church. No Sale "I sec your husband has a new -stenographer." remarked Mrs. Busybody to the lady on whom she was callint>. "Yes?" "Yes, and she's very pret ty " "I know. She's our daugh ter. Birth Mr. and Mrs. E. Sam Mon day of Frankljnton, announce the birth of a son, Mitchell Karl, at Franklin Memorial Hospital on March 25. The Monday's are also parents of another son, Jeffrey and a daughter, April. Mrs. Monday is the former Linda Sawyer of Ararat, Vir ginia. Shop The Fashion Shoppe For Easter ' f A three dimensional dot and diamond Potv ester Knit, ,impeccal>lv tailored. The slender skirt is matched to the straight open jacket with solid col ored long reveres matched to the short sleeve classic shell. $69.00 <?? /<V Sail m /)( /</(? (tity with Sih'trr (irfy Shell Suit in /'ink (>i ri/ u'llh /'aril/ /'ink Shell i

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