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The wadding at
was solemnised on Friday, June 20,
hi the New Dublin Presbyterian
church. The bride ? the daughter of
Mrs. Josepj.:' Graham and the late
Mr. Graham, and the bridegroom is
the son of the Bee. and Mrs. Howard
M. Wilson, all of Dublin, Va.
The ceremony was performed at
5 o'clock In the afternoon by the Rev.
Mr. WHsen, father of the bridegroom,
assisted by Dr. William N. Mebane.
Evergreens, white gladioli and
cathedral candles effectively deco
rated the church, ~ ^
Before the ceremony Mrs. Wijliam
H. Poole of Mullins, S. C., played a
program of nuptial music, including
"Traumerie" Schubert's "Seqpnade,"
"I Love You Truly" and during the
ceremony, "To A Wild Roae." Miss
Kent Bentley sang "Because" and
"The" Lord's Prayer" by Malotte.
Given in marriage by her uncle.
Judge John S. Draper of Pulaski,
the bride wore a dress of white eye
let over a white satin slip with white
lace hat and she earned a showered
bouquet of white asters, roses and
Miss Barbara Ann Rawlings, of
Mobile, Ala., was maid of honor. She
wore "to aqua dress with , white hat
and carried a showered bouquet of
yellow roses and carnations.
Jans Whitman Graham, niece of,
the bride, was flower girl. -She was
ware Charles Suhton, Geo.
J. C. Bell, Jr., Francis Bell,
?.y Guthjie, George Wyac
Draper and Gordon Hmimb,
The Wilsons an former residents
of Farmville, the Rev. Wilson hav
ing served several years as pastor
of Farrnville Presbyterian church.
Mrs. Graham, mother of the bride,
wore black marquisette, embroider)
in white, black ?|aces8ories and
corsage of white rotes- Mrs. Wilson,
mother of the groom, was in blue
crepe, trimmed in pastel embroidery,
black accessories and a corsage of
pink rodes. _ si_
Immediately following the cere
mony a reception was held at the
home of Miss Annie P. Withrow.
The buffet table was arranged
with a three-tiered wedding cake and
decorated with arrangements of
white snapdragons and sWeetpea
Punch, individual cakes, mints and
nuts were served. v
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will reside in
the New Dublin Presbyterian manse
in Dublin. f ^? v
. Relatives from a distance attend
ing the wedding were: Misa Gertrude
Graham of Arlington; Mrs." J. T. Say
era and Mrs. Robert Coffman, Roa
noke; Mrs. O. H. Buchanan, Taze
well; Mr. and Mri A. F. Cark, Hi
bH P. (Pat) TAYLOR Tf
who tua announced tKat he will be a
candidate for Heutenttit-govcrnor in
the Democratic primary. Hie hone
is in Wadeeboro.
Mrs. Ethel Graham, Draper;
Kin Mary Graham, Radford; Col.
and Mr*. H. S. Rawlings, Mobile;
Mr. -and Mrs. T L. Wilson,Raleigh;
Mis. William H Poole, Mulling, S. C.,
and Miss Margaret Lackie, of Roa
nolce. * ??.
I On Thursday evening the families
of the hride and bridegroom enter
tained with a picnic supper for' the
i bridal party and out-of-town guests.
" Following the rehearsal Mr. and
iMxs. Frank L. Zeigler entertained
at thieix home for the bridal party
and out-of-toWn guests. '
The Seven Pinea Home Demon-'
stration club met on Tuesday ?fiber
noon, June 24, at the home of Mm.
Lyman Heath, with the
Mm. Clifton Ellia
Old North State" and
present and 1
Rufca^fcud Mm. _ _
Fountain,club and Mm. Huldah Skin-,
ner and Mm. J. Williams of Green
ville. [ 5 S.-'g !
Mm. W. E. Watson, the- food pre
servation leader, gave a helpful re
port on canning and preparing foot
for the freezer looker, Mrs. Pert
little, garden leader, rtdld what to do J
for tomato blight, and Mrs. L. E.
Garris, family life leader, told how
"Out On A Limb" by Louise
- Udee" by EmUie Loring.
Allen gave a book rt
Retain To Jalaa? by
"reported th!*e"of |
Lyman Henth. Mia, U E. Garris &i
Mrs. Bert Little. Plans for the Aug
ust picnic-were discussed and it was
[decided to hold the event August ?9
at i6 o'clock ait the swimming pool
After singing "Hail Club Women
"Carolina Moon," the
" over to Mrs. Langfoid, who'
ed "Simple Entertaining." ?
hotess served o&a and ice
cream and mints after which the
[meeting was adfbUrned. ~
eta* f '
r"i Mra. L F.
Mrs. Taylor ia the form* Miss Kath
leen Eagles and is from Halifax.
Mr. and Mia Cameron West of
C&apel Hill spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. Ray West, Sr.
?J Mr. Jake Fields was a visitor to
Wilson Saturday. : ?
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Brooks, Mrs..
L F. Smithr Mr. and Mrs. Carter
Smith and son of Fountain and Mr.
?ad Mrs. T. A. Murphy and family
spent Sunday in- Raleigh with Mr.
and Mrs. Graham Smith and family.
Cecil Johnston of Farmville and Miss
Evans and daughter
this week with Mrs.
parents, Mr. narf Mrs. Henry
Mr. Evans and-Ms ruother
from Max ton.
Ed Taylor, Sr., attended a
tion at Wrfghtsville Beach last
The Christian Church was host to
a meeting of the Hookerton Union
iast Saturday. All enjoyed the ?**?
gram of the day and the delktoes
dinner served by the members and
Mr. airiTMrs. Tom Vinson of Qey
ton spent the week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Dobbs Dixon.
f"... _ :
She: "Does the moon influence"thfl
He: "I don't know, honey, butit
sure influences the untied."
] i ?" i r iifini jii" an i s e in i.. " '?* " i.i i ?
making tracks in
the right direction
W* have mad* much progress toward our goal of
providing telephone service for all who want it.
This has been done despite continued material
-shortage* and slow deliveries of sorely-needed
equipment We are hopeful that equipment diffi
culties will ease up beforotoo le af. When they do,
you may be sure well he going' all out" to speed
ily serve everyone stQl waiting.
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