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?f Sitters Are Wed In Double
Jm.v At Baptist Church, June 25
j: wiling of charm and
i to solemnized Satur-j
tS. s. seven o'clock jr. .
ft rturch at Halls&oro
t teghters of Mr. and |
as Averv Wvche were
1 1 i.uble ceremony,
n? :he was wecided to
Sftr. Chandler Holden j
ar.de of Harry Luther i
6a: The P.ev. Charles '
W. Worth, pastor of the Aber
deen Presbyterian Church and for
mer pastor of the Lake Wacca
maw Presbyterian Church, offici
ated assisted by the Rev. J. E.
L. Winecoff of Florence, South
Carolina, retired Presbyterian
minister, who performed the cere
mony when the brides' parents
? * , - ? * r
\t-eHe64ii??*ed $1 marriage in June
thirty-three year's ago.
The church was artistically de
corated with palms, Oregon fern,
and sprays of plymosa fern, form
ing a background for the tall ar
rangements of white gladioli,
gypsophilia, and feverfew and
seven branched candelabra in a
semi-circle. In the front of the
chancel was a three- tieted plat
form against which fern was also
Preceding the ceremony a pro
gram of nuptial music was ren- 1
dered by Miss Martha Jordan of
Greensboro, pianist, and Miss Kay
Godwin of Wilmington, violinist.
Selections included "To An Even
ing Star" by Wagner, "Intermez
zo" from Cavalleria Rusticans by
Mascagni, "Romance" by Ruben
stein, "Reverie" by Debussy, "Pre
lude" by Chopin, "Love's Old
Sweet Song" by Malloy, and
"Salut d, Amour" by Elgar. Miss
Mary Morrison Stanland of Wil
mington, contralto, sang "Ich Libe
Die" by Grieg and "Still As the
Night" by Bohm. David Blanchard
of Princeton, New Jersey, sang
"O Perfect Love" by Blomfield
and "Because" by D'Hardelot.
Previous- to the benediction he
rendered "The Lord's Prayer." i
Traditional wedding marches by
Wagner and Mendelssohn were
used and during the ceremony
"To a Wild Rose" by MacDowell
Miss Mary Clayton Wyche en
tered the Church on the arm of
her of her brother, Cyril James
Wyche. Her sister followed escor
ted by her father, who gave both
brides in marriage. The brides
wore identical dresses of pure
white skinner satin fashioned
with a bodice ending in a low
corded waistline and fastened in
the back with miniature satin
button. It was designed with a
narrow, deep V neckline and pen
cil-slim sleeves fastened with,
similar button and ending in a
point over the hand. The full
skirt worn over hoops extended
into a flowing train. Their fin
gertip veils of imported French
illusion, edged in imported Val
encia lace, cascaded from a tiara
of the same lace accented by pear
lized orange blossoms. They car
1 lied large arm bouquets of calla
, lillies tied with white satin with
| long streamers. As the tradition
al "somethind old" eaich carried
a handmade, lace-trimmed, silk
crepe de chine handkerchief from
their mother's trousseau.
Instead of having honor atten
dants, the brides waited on each
other. Their bridesmaids included
; Mrs. PauL Bryon Wyche, sister
in-law of the brides; Miss Jane
Wyche of Hallsboro and Miss
j Barbara Clark of Daytona Beach,
Florida, cousins of the brides;
Miss Frances Jordan of Lancaster,
South Carolina; Miss Nancy Cam
eron -if f Lake Waccamaw; Miss
Mary Minta Mintz of Wilming
iton, neice of one bridegroom;
I Miss Gertrude Pierce of Clinton;
and Miss Evelyn Cox of Greens
boro. Their gowns, fashioned
identically in pastel-colored taf
[ fcta, had low V necklines, cap
sleeves, and fitted bodice from (
| which fell a bouffant skirt. They j
wore a ruffled coronet also made
of taffeta and tied in the back, j
Their mitts were of matching ;
net, and as contrast in color to :
their dresses, they carried an arm ;
boukquet of gladioli flowerettes :
with ribboned stems patterned
after the bridal bouquets and
tied with wide satin ribbon of a
Paul Byron Wyche, Junior, ;
nephew of the brides, who was
ringbearer, wore a Lord Faunl
teroy suit of white satin which
was worn by his father when a
ringbearer also in a double wed
ding. He carried the rings on a
white satin pillow.
Frank Nelson of Providence,
Rhode Island, uncle of Mr. Hold
end, attended his nephew as best
man Mr. Mintz had for his best
man his brother, Rudolph Mintz
of Wilmington. The chief grooms
man was Paul Bryon Wyche,
brother of the brides. Other
groomsmen were Frederick Mintz
and LeRoy Mintz of Shallotte.
Elwood Mintz of Chapel Hill, and
Colon Mintz of Goldsboro, bro
thers of the bridegroom; Donald
Brett W^che and Cyril James
Wyche, brothers of the brides;
and William Clayton Clark, Jun
ior, of Gainesville, Florida, cousin
of the brides.
The mother of the brides was
attired ina blue chiffon dress with
lace bolero. At her shoulder she
wore an orchid. Mrs. Janie Clark,
grandmother of the brides, dress
ed in black crepe with sheer
white trimming and wore a cor
sage of pink roses. Mr. Holden's
mother wore a gown of azure blue
?with an orchid corsage. Mrs.
Mintz was dressed in a dinner
gown of pink lace with match
ing mitts and also had an or
Following the ceremony, the
parents of the brides entertained
approximately four hundred
guests at a reception at their
home, "Wychewood." Artistic ar
rangements of white gladioli,
shasta daisies, carnations, dahlias,
baby breath, and feverfew were
used throughout the reception
room. The dining room table was
covered with a hand-made lace
cloth accented at each corner
with a nosegay of flowers. The
centerpiece of flowers was flank
ed with white tapers in crystal
holders. Mr. ar.d Mrs. Clark Allen
greeted the guests, who were in
troduced by Mr- and Mrs. John
Mills Formy Duval to the re
ceiving line which was composed
of the parents of the brides and
grooms and part of the bridal
party. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Cam
eron showed the guests into the
dining room where Mrs. John Hall
and Mrs. Andrew Council served
the guests ice-cream, bridal cake9,
nuts, and mints. Assisting them
were Misses Jane Wessett, Caro
lyn Frink, Dorothy Blanton, and
Shirley Adams. Mrs. Cyalton
Clark directed them from the
dining room to the punch table
where Mrs. Ben Wyche and Mrs.
Henry Wyche were serving. Miss
Lena Taylor showed the guests
inter hall where Mrs. Fred Turner
and Mrs. Margaret Woltz each
kept a bride's register. Mr. and
Mrs. John Umstead pointed out
the way to the gift rooms in
which Miss May Meador and Miss
Emma Santa were the reception
ists. Goodbyes were said by Dr
and Mrs. Joseph Wyche.
Later in me evening Mr. and
Mrs. Holden 16ft for a wedding
trip by plane to Niagara Falls
and the Canadian Rockies, after
which they will be at home in
New York City. Mr. and Mrp.
Jetton - Hanson
The wedding of Miss Barbara!
Ann Hanson, daughter of Mr. !
and Mrs. Edward J. Hanson of
Charlotte and Southport, to Har- 1
vey Wilson Jetton, III, son of:
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wilson '
Jetton, Jr., of Lincolnton and I
Charlotte, was solemnized on Fri- 1
day, June 17. Dr. Henry Hanson, j
president of Gettysburg college
and uncle of the bride, officiated ;
at the double ring ceremony.
The wedding took place at Hid- j
den Hill, the country home of j
Mr. and Mrs. Fanning Weedon, t
cousins of the bride.
The vows were spoken in the
garden before a lily pool whose;
surface covered with blossoms of
tropical water lilies interpersed \
i with magnolia blooms. The back- 1
| ground was a white arch entwined 1
j with ivey and flanked by two
columns supporting arrangements;
\ of ivory gladioli, baby's breath
'and pink carnations. The setting
| was framed by a hemlock hedge
? behind which towered a pine ]
A musical program was ren
dered by Miss Juanita Wilkins]
(pianist and Louie White, vocalist,
which included "The Lords Pray-!
er", "I Love You" and "Through
The bride was given in mar
riage by her father. The bride- j
groom had as his best man, his
The bride wore a gown of
white dutchesS satin fashioned j
on princess lines with deep mar- J
: quisette yoke embroidered in seed
j pearls, fitted bodice, long fitted
j sleeves ending in points over the
'wrists. Her full skirt ended in a
j sweeping court train. Her full
I length veil of sheerest illusion '
! was held to her head by a band
of gardenias. She carried a cas
Mintz departed for an extended
trip to California. In September
they will be at home in Wilmlng
! ton. For traveling. Mrs. Holden
was attired in a white Hand
macher suit with a picture hat of
lace and linen accessories of navy.
Mrs. Mintz likewise wore a Hand
macher suit of pink with buff
and black linen accessories.
Mrs. Holden was graduated
from Meredith College and the
Latin American Institute in New
York with a Spanish-English
Secretarial degree. She also at
tended Columbia University and
Escuela Normale in Saltillo,
Mexico. Currently she is presi
dent of a ship broker's firm in
Mr. Holden, the son of Mrs.
Ephrian Lincoln Wood of Pro
vidence, Rhode Island, and the
late George Edward Holden, was
graduated from Massachusetts In
stitute of Technology and holds'
a degree from Harvard Univer
sity. At present he is chief con
sulting engineer for the George
S. May Company in New York.
During the war he served in the
Japanese Intelligence Division.
Mrs. Mintz was graduated from
Meredith College, and received a
Master of Arts degree from the
University of North Carolina.
Since, she has done graduate
work at Columbia University, the
Escuela Normale, Saltillo, Mexico,
and the University of Birming
ham, England. She is now a mem
ber of the New Hanover High
School faculty in Wilmington.
Mr. Mintz, son of Mrs. Harry
Luther Mintz of Shallotte and
the late Mr. Mintz was graduated
from Pheiffer Junior College and
attended the University of North
Carolina. In the recent war he
served four years in the Army
Air Qorps. At present he is en
gaged in a merchantile business
cade bouquet of gardenias and
The bride's attendants were '
her sister Miss Mary Lou Han
son as maid-of-honor and her
cousin, Miss Mary Emma Han
son, as brides maid. They wore
identical gowns of blush pink
marquisette over taffeta. ? The
Victorian yokes with bias fold
dropped shoulders were edged
with ruffles of Chantilly lace and '
the full gathered skirt accentua
ted the tightly fitted bodice. They
wore mitts of lace to match, their
gowns and carried basquetts of
Admiral Byrd dasies, pink car
nations and sweetheart roses.
The bride's mother wore a gown
of white silk jersey with a cor
sage of rubrum lilies and the
bride-groom's mother wore a
mauve dress of crepe and lace
with a rubrum lily corsage.
A reception was given after
the ceremony in the spacious gar
dens of Mr. and Mrs. Weedon. 1
The bride's table was overlaid
with a lace and linen cutwork
cloth centered with a wedding
cake in the Ahape of two hearts
which were joined together by a
dainty basket made of frosting
which held an arrangement of
tiny trailing gardenias. Tall, three
branched silver candelabra graced
the table on both sides of the
cake and low bowls of gardenias
were at either end. The punch
tables were in the garden also,
and were presided over by Mrs.
Claude Ramsey and Mrs. J. O.
Erwin, Jr., Mrs. George Jung
kept the brides book and Mrs.
C. M. Howell bade the guests
goodby. Refreshments of sand
wiches, mints and cakes were ]
served during the evening.
For her wedding trip the bride
wore a green silk shantung two
piece suit, wheat colored hat with
brown trim, brown accessories
and a gardenia corsage.
Mrs. Jetton was graduated
from Central High and Queens
college in Charlotte where she
won distinction as an artist.
Mr. Jetton is a graduate of
the University of North Cafolina
where he was a member of "the
Phi Kappa Alpha fraternity. He
holds a commission in the Ma
rine Corps Resrve.
After a wedding trip through
the mountains of North Carolina
they will make their home in
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Gil
bert of Nashville, Tenn., are
spending ten days here with re
Mrs. C. Ed. Taylor is spending
this week in Woodruff, S. C., with
her son, Edward Taylor.
Mrs. Earl Brown and childreft
Miss Ruby Jean Bennett, stu
dent at the Baker-Thompson
Memorial School of Nursing in
Lumberton, is spending a three
weeks vacation here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam T.
Bennett. For the past three
months Miss Bennett has been
affiliating in pediatrics at the
Babies Hospital on Wrightsville
Sound. She will resume her
studies in Lumberton at the end |
of her vacation.
AT CAUSE LANDING
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cooper and 1
two children, from Columbus Ohio, ]
are on a two weeks visit to Mrs. '
Cooper's brother and sister-in-law, I
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Dalton, at
have returned to Raleigh follow
ing a week's visit here with her |
mother, Mrs; C. Ed Taylor.
Mrs. Ralph Biddlecomb and son I
of Reidville, Va., and Mrs. Howard
Sellers and son of Georgetown, !
S. C., spent Saturday afternon ,
The Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Baker
and children spent the week-end
in Pikesville visiting her parents. !
Martin Denning has returned '
to his home at Mt. Olive follow- ]
ing a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. I
J. T. Denning.
15. HARRY LUTHER MINTZ, who before her mar
; M JI;irv Clayton Wyche, daughter of Mr. and
[;? - Av v Wyche of Ilallsbonx
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