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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, November 04, 1982, Page 3, Image 3

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* " " ? Ctuinn-Dupree Speak Vows On Saturday, October 16 at three o'clock in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Albertson Ward, Miss Charlotte Renee Dupree became the bride of gk Timothy Warren Quinn, ^ President Elbert Earl Moye officiated at the double-ring ceremony. A program of wedding music was presented by Max Blizzard, organist, and soloist. The bride entered the chapel to Bridal Chorus by Lohengrin. The recessional was the traditional wedding ? march. Solos included "The Twenty-third Psalm," "Evergreen," and "More." As the couple left the chapel, they presented their mothers with red roses. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Dupree of Al bertson. Mr. and Mrs. Warren M. Quinn Jr. of - Kfnston are parents of the groom. Escorted in by her father A and given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a long white formal-length gown of organza. Venise and Schiffli lace. It was fashioned with an empire waist covered with floral lace and scattered seed pearls. Scalloped Queen Anne lace bordered the neckline and back enclosure ; lined with small covered buttons. Full bishop sleeves A were designed with matching floral lace bordered with wide lace cuffs enclosed with small covered buttons. The full A-line skirt was designed with a lace bordered apron front and wide flounced lace border which flowed into a chapel-length train. Her bridal hat was fashioned with a roll brim of sheer organza and lace, accented with a front band of organza flow ^ ers, and the lace-covered crown was scattered with seed pearls. A buffer of nvlon illusion to which was attached the finger-tip illu sion accentuated the back. The bride carried a bouquet of yellow roses, white daisies and babies'-breath and white ribbons tied in love knots. Miss Tammy Creech of ? Kinston was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Laura Dupree, sister-in-law oi tne onae, iviiss c.eiesie Outlaw, cousin of the bride, and Miss Charlene Deaver. The maid of honor wore a formal-length gown of mint ; green with a lace cape. The bridesmaids wore yellow gowns with lace capes. They ' carried nosegays of white ? - daisies, babies'-breath and ? yellow and white ribbon. Mr. Quinn was his son's I best man. Ushers were Carse ; Thompson, cousin of the bride; Chris Gray and ! - Tommy Hall. The wedding was directed by Mrs. Voncile Moore and - Mrs. Julie Heath. Miss Kay Z ? Dawson presided at the ? register and progrms were - Z distributed by Scott Dupree a and Neal Outlaw, cousins of W the bride. ; After a wedding trip to -1 unannounced points, the I couple will reside at 1201-D I West Washington Ave., ; Kinston. -Z The bride is a graduate of - East Duplin High School and ? attended Pitt Community ?.' College and Lenoir Commu ? * nity College. She is presently employed with J.C. Penney .Co. in Kinston. ? The groom is a graduate of 1 Kinston High School and is presently employed with the Barrel of Fun in Kinston. He is also a member of the N.C. National Guard. Reception Immediately following the ceremony, the bride's parents entertained at a re ception in the church cultural center. The bride's portrait was displayed on a table along with her bouquet. The four-tiered wedding cake, made by Mrs. Eleanor Harper, was decorated with light yellow icing trimmed with white daisies and yellow roses, and topped with a miniature bride and groom. Mrs. Joan Outlaw and Mrs. Julia Duprce. aunts of the bride, served the wedding cake. Punch was poured by Mrs. Rachel Thompson, aunt of the bride. Other refreshments included ham biscuits, chicken salad puffs, cheese ball and crackers, roasted pecans, melon balls, miniature tarts, chocolate f.. j i ? r?it ? uuge anu minis. Winers assisting were Mrs. Alice Outlaw, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Nellie Potter, Mrs. Mildred Harper. Mrs. Rachel Pate. Mrs. Catherine Carter, Mrc I inHo Honl b mill Met Sheila Potter. Rehearsal Dinner y On Friday night, prior to the rehearsal. Mr. and Mrs. Quinn. parents of the groom, entertained members of the wedding party at a pig picking at the Kinston Pistol Range. The couple chose this occasion to present gifts to their attendants. Other Entertainment On Sept. 10. Mrs. Joan Outlaw. Mrs. Alice Outlaw. Mrs. Rachel Thompson, aunts of the bride, and Celeste Outlaw, cousin of the bride, honored the couple with a bridal shower at the home of Mrs. Joan Outlaw. On Sept. 18, the couple was honored at a bridal shower given by relatives and friends in the cultural center in the church. The bride was honored at a lingerie shower on Sept. 25 in the home of Mrs. Zina Pate, assisted by Miss Charlene Deaver. Miss Kay Dawson and Mrs. Peggy Pate. The bride w as honored at a shower given by her co workers at J.C. Penney's on ft HK HK >tlC= >3 Off 14K 111 Chains Charms /Jf | : 14K Serpentine Bracelet *6.50 $ KM B \ 14K Floating Heart 99* $ Jffii S1 ^ 14K 7mm Bead *1.89 a! If ? 1 j"j | 14K 18" Serpentine *14.95 /?/ | ! | [ w QtwetfUf, ^ I] N.CENTER ST. WEST |?K>UNT OLIVE CUMBERLAND ST T* | Hi. 658 3258 DUNN. N.CP # * October 1. The bride and her mother entertained at a bridesmaid's luncheon in their home on Oct. 9. Kenansville News Mrs. Lila Shaffer of Bur law spent the weekend with her sister. Mrs. I.N. Bowden. Mesdames O.P. Johnson and D.S. Williamson accom panied Mrs. Willard Johnson to Goldsboro Thursday. Mrs. Earl P. Marton and April visited Mrs. Alton Newton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pas chal of Whiteville, Mr. and Mrs. An rascnai ana tsrock of New Bern visited the Gordon Kornegays Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Long and Tina and Mr. and Mrs. Benny Prince spent the past weekend in Myrtle Beach. Rev. and Mrs. Troy D. Mullis spent last week at Topsail Beach. Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Tolson of Goldsboro visited her sister, Mrs. N.B. Boney on Thursday. Mrs. Bess Baxley of Laurinburg spent several days here last week with her sister, Mrs. Paul C. Mc Gowen. The local residents were saddented Sunday to receive the message that Mrs. Lola (Al) Barton died Saturday night in a Tampa. Florida hospital following a lengthy illness. Burial was Monday in Auskin, Fla. Lori Hoffman Nethercutt is doing her internship at the rehabilitation center of Me moreial Hospital in Char lotte. Eastern Star Kenansville Chapter #215, OES. had a friendship pro gram at its stated meeting Tuesday night. The worthy matron, Sally Tyndall, wel comed the three visiting Stars from the Warsaw chapter. They were Mes dames Grace McNeill, Mar garet Stickland and Marian Jeski. Those on the program were Celia Stroud, Florence Brown and Louise K. Boney. "Auld Lang Syne" was sung by Gloria Brown. A social hour followed the ritualistic closing. FAISON Mrs. Durwood Clifton of Faison and daughter, Sandra of Raleigh, recently spent several days at Blowing Rock. They were luncheon guests at Hound Ears Club during their stay. Miss Betsy Burnett and Fleetwood Benning of Raleigh were recent guests of his mother in Asheville. They attended the World's Fair during their visit. The Strawberry Basket Hrs.:M-F, 4:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.; Sun. 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. CALL 296-0088 KATRINA GRADY Folk Art . Candlewicking . Pillows Stenciling Christmas Painted Pocketbooks Grapevine Wreaths Williamsburg Candles Woodcrafts . Tin Shuck Wreatns COUNTRY RUFFLED Curtains Chair Pads Placemats . Toilet Seat Covers Featuring Work bv Local Craftsmen Will Offer Night Classes in Basketweaving Accepting Crafts on Consignment -15% The Strawberry !|jgX Basket CARTER-MILLER ENGAGEMENT Tina Miller and Joseph Dean Carter announv04-their engagement and plans for their forthcoming marriage. Tina is the daughter of Carol W. Miller and Joseph Randall Miller of Beulaville. Joey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Carter of Beulaville. The wedding is planned for Friday, November 2b. 1982 at six o'clock at the Hallsville Presbyterian Church. A reception will follow in the church fellowship hall. No invitations will be mailed. All relatives and friends are cordially invited. Brown-Heath Vows Spoken Angela Dawn Heath of Goldsboro and Russell Way land Brown of Pollocksville were united in marriage in a three-o'clock ceremony on Saturday, Sept. 18 at Oak Heights Pentecostal Free Baptist Church in Goldsboro. Rev. Preston Heath and Rev. Charles Heath officiated at the double-ring rites. The bride was given in marriage by her parents and escorted to the altar by her father. She is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Charles Heath of Goldsboro and grand daughter of Mrs. James A. Benson of the Diane Apart ments of Beulaville. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie C. Brown of Route 1, Pollocks ville. The bride wore a formal length gown of white poly ester oreanza featuring an empire waistline with a deep yoke of Chantilly lace with seed pearls trim with a wide ruffle of matching lace. The fitted bodice was over laid with lace. The full sheer fitted sleeves were fashioned of lace and extended to lace-covered cuffs. The full A-line skirt was edged in a white accordian ruffle trimmed in wide rows of lace and ruffled Schiffli lace hem line that extended into a long chapel train accentuated with cascading tiers of ruffled lace edged with crystal pleated organza. Her veil was held in place bv a juliet cap overlaid with beaded Alencon and Chantilly lace. She carried a bible covered in satin and edged in lace topped with white bridal silk roses ac cented with satin ribbon streamers. Alicia Heath, sister of the bride, served as her maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Sandy Brown of Pollocks villc, sister of the groom; Penny Heath of Pink Hill, cousin of the bride; and Patsv Ez/.ell of Bculaville. Allison Price, cousin of the bride was junior bridesmaid. Lisa Langston of Newton Grove was flowergirl. She carried a wicker basket of mixed silk flowers. Eric Brown of Pollocksville was ringbearer. The groom chose his brother. Randy Brown of Kinston as his best man. Ushers were Ruben Higgins of Grifton. Allan Creech of Hookerton and Danny Mills of Morehead City. The bride is a 1980 graduate of Midway High School and a 1982 graduate of STC, and is now employed at Bethel Day Care in Kin st on. The groom graduated at BCA, attended LBC in Vir ginia one year, WCC one year, LCC one year and now is employed at Trader Con struction Company in New Bern. After a wedding trip to the mountains of western North Carolina, the couple is re 'siding in Trenton. <i ' Reception A reception was hosted by I Mrs. Willie Brown and Mrs. Randy Brown after the re hearsal Friday night. Sept. 17. They were assested by Mrs. Doris Mozingo. Deco rations were by Alice Price, Mary Brock. Dale Langston. Ida Trogdoe. Faye Heath I and Carol Ezzell, who | assisted with the reception after the wedding cake was cut bv Alice Heath and Mary Brock. Pourina ounch was Faye Heath. Assisting with refreshments were Carol Ezzell, Ida Trogdoe and Dale Langston. Carla Ezzell presided at 1 the register. The pianist was Connie Heath, cousin of the bride, and Kennedy Bamett was soloist. Ruby Millet directed the wedding. We Order Wedding Invitations and Announcements Wedding Accessories Duplin Times ^ Call 296-0239 ,1 >38 ^ LeTs"get ready for" Christmas :? Shop early so you i| can enjoy the holidays :i Shop Early For Your fl Cocktail Evening Dresses ^ t it'.VvjA lji esses lingerie Suits Jewelry i Blouses Handbags 5 Sweaters Slacks Belts Coats Gift^^ iEttjel'fi t 658-3118 j V2 PRICE SALE I Furniture Only! NOVEMBER 5th and 6th FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SALE WILL BEGIN AT 10:00 AM ^ FRIDAY, NOV. 5TH Bill Patterson Furniture Co. wonts to remodel the store. In order to do this, we must emp ty our store. FOR THIS SPECIAL SALE ALL MERCHANDISE IS CASH ONLY! You must haul your own or make arrangments with us for o small charge. ?SHOP NOW AND SAVE? PERFECT TIME TO BUY FOR CHRISTMAS I | OEENFUIDAY NIGHT TILL ? KM. 1 BILL PATTERSON 8 FURNITURE, CO. I 114 East Main St. Mount Olive Tel. 658-2322 B r r\

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