Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, November 03, 1983, Page 3, Image 3
Moore - Hale i United Julia Ruth Hale and J. Michael Moore, both of Warsaw, were united in marriage on Saturday, October 29, at half after two o'clock in the afternoon at James Dinwiddie Chapel, Peace College, Raleigh. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Q'Jale Sr. of Roanoke Rapids. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Saul E. Moore of Jones County. The ceremony was officiated by the Reverend George Thomas, Peace College chap lain. A program of music was rendered by Mrs. Elizabeth M. Moore, organist and great aunt of the groom, and Thomas Rose, soloist, who Aang "Entreat Me Not to ^.eave Thee," "Because," and "The Lord's Prayer." The wedding was directed by Mrs. Dot Wagoner of Raleigh. The register was attended by Mrs. Deborah McFadyen and Mrs. Dianne Gentry of Raleigh. Escorted to the alflw bv her s father, the bride wore a formal wedding gown in ^vhite organza with beaded "'hantilly lace. Lace fashioned the empire waisted fitted bodice with a high neckline underscored with a sheer yoke embroid ered with a lace cameo. Lace extended down the full bishop sleeves cuffed in the same. More lace touched the skirt to form an inverted V with a wide lace flounce that bordered the skirt and the Attached cathedral-length lafp traits Uor chapel-length veil of silk illusion was attached to a pearl embroidered Chantilly lace-covered cap. Wide lace trim scalloped the illusion. Lace appliques touched the illusion. The bride wore single cultured pearl ear rings. a gift from the groom. She carried a cascade. Vic ^rian style bouquet of white W>ses. stephanotis, and English ivy atop her prayer book. Wilma E. Hawley of Smithfield was matron of honor. The bridesmaids were Vickie Tart of Dunn. Sharon Hale of Standardsville. Va., sister-in-law of the bride; Melinda Beard of Nags Head, cousin of the bride; ^undy Shackelford of Winston, sister of the groom; and Kimberly Raynor of Four Oaks, cousin of the groom. They wore floor-length gowns of dusty rose with a matching lace jacket. They carried stylized bouquets of mixed English flowers. Saul E. Moore served his son as best man. Groomsmen were Jerry Hale of Roanoke Rapids and Jim Hale of Standardsville, Va., brothers of the bride; James Myers of Winston-Salem, Will Grant of Lexington, and Kenneth McCaskill of Sylva, fraternity brothers of the groom. They were attired in charcoal gray tuxedoes with black trim. For her daughter's wed ding, Mrs. Hale chose a formal-length blue gown with a ruffled neckline. The groom's mother chose a formal-length burgundy gown with a matching sheer overlay from the neckline. Both wore corsages to match their gowns. Immediately following the wedding, a reception was held at the North Carolina State University Alumni .Building. Guests ..were served Swedish meatballs, fresh fruit, clam dip with chips, spinach balls, cheese straws and punch. After the couple cut the first slice of the seven-tiered wedding cake. Mrs. Janie Askew of Roanoke Rapids and Mrs. Ruth Jordan of Virginia Beach, Va., aunts of the bride. completed the serving. Punch was poured by Mrs. Betty Lou Noble of Kinston, Mrs. Agnes Raynor of Four Oaks, Mrs. Edna Hale of Roanoke Rapids, and Mrs. Wanda Westbrook of Grceqville, all relatives of the couple. After a wedding trip to Williamsburg, Va., the couple plans to reside in Warsaw. The bride, a graduate of Peace College, is employed as an administrative secre tary at Duplin General Hos pital in Kenansville. The groom is a graduate of North Carolina State Univer sity and is currently working towards his Master's degree in crop science and adult education. He is employed as an associate agricultural ex tension agent for Duplin County. Other Entertainment A pig-pickin' was given on September 29 at the Fireside Room of the Warsaw United Methodist Church by Mr. and Mrs. R.E Harrell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moore and Ray Rhinehart. On October 2. Mrs. Betty Lou Noble and Mrs. Agnes Raynor, aunts of the groom, were hostesses for a mis cellaneous shower in Kin ston. A miscellaneous ?:h .wer was given on October 9 in Roanoke Rapids Mrs. Wilma Hawley. On October 11, a luncheon at the Country Squire in Kenan^ville was hosted by Mrs. Anne Houston. Ms. Sue Johnson and Mrs. Eloise Patterson. A miscellaneous shower was given on October 16 in Raleigh. Mrs. Deborah Mc Fadyen and Mrs. Dianne Gentry hosted the affair. Mrs. Marilyn Harlow hosted a lingerie shower in Raleigh on October 17. A cookout was given for the couple in Faison by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams on October 21. A dinner at the Holiday Inn in Kinston was given on October 22 by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fordham, Mr. and Mrs. Thel Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Rodolph Fordham and Mr. and Mrs. John Croom. A miscellaneous shower was given on October 23 by Mrs. Delores Stainback and Mrs. Rita Tromans in Roa noke Rapids. On October 28, the wed ding party and close friends were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Saul E. Moore at an after-rehearsal dinner at the North Carolina State Univer sity Faculty Club. Guests were served a seafood buffet. After dinner, toasts were offered by ..various friends and family, of the bride and groom. Happy Birthday i Dave Ross BIG 40 ? Beulaville News BAKBtLYUfc The Community Volunteer Fire Department will have a barbeque and chicken dinner on Saturday, Nov. 5, starting at 11 a.m. Plates will be $3 and S3.SO. Personals Mrs. Ace Sumner took her grandchildren, Tony Howard, Hidie Exum and Kimberly Sumner for a day at Atlantic Beach Saturday. Verna Lewis of Jackson ville visited the Gilbert Campbell and Clinton Campbell families Wednes day. James Emery Campbell of Magnolia spent the weekend in Greensboro. He visited his father Clinton Thursday. Benefit posters for the Raynor family have been put up announcing the benefit dinner to be held at Potters Hill Community Building on Saturday, Nov. 5 from 11 a.m. until. Gerald Davis of Kinston visited Mrs. Leon Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis Friday. Carrie Hints Weston of Virginia Beai.ii, Va. came Wednesday and joined a group from Pink Hill and they toured the mountains of North Carolina during the weekend. She is visiting her brother. James Whaley. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Slim Sum merlin of Riegelwood and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Barrilt of Apex spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Arland Sanderson. Mrs. William L. Miller of Clinton visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mercer Saturday Elizabeth Robinson who has been making her home in Baltimore. Md. for several years, returned to Beualville and is making her home with Franklin and Allie Boyette. Mr. anti Mrs. Franklin Boyette and Elizabeth Robinson were in Kinston Monday. Darlene Hunter, a student at Campbell College, came to her grandmother's home for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Cottle and family of Raleigh spent the weekend with Mrs. Shelton Cottle. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Whaley visited friends in Duke Hospital Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Grey of Williamston were lun cheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hallie Guy Sunday. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Guy. The R.J. Laniers Sr. have returned to their Wrights ville Beach home after spending a few days here. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bostic and Lisa returned Sunday after touring the mountains of North Carolina. Hazel Campbell enter tained the rest home patients Oct. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jarrell were also guests. Allie Boyette has returned home from Lenoir Memorial Hosnital in Kinston after a nine-day stay. Larry Miller was admitted tn Pitt Memorial in Green ville Thursday. Mavis Whaley is a patient in N.C. Memorial Hospital in Chapel Hill. Marv Jackson is in the hospital in Rocky Mount where she underwent surgery. Whitley Announces Disaster Designations Congressman Charlie Whitley announced that he has been informed by U.S. Agriculture Secretary John R. Block that five more counties ? Duplin, John ston, Onslow, Pender and Wayne ? in the third district have been declared disaster areas making qualified farmers eligible for low in terest federal loans. Block told Whitley that Sampson's County's desig nation has been deferred pending completion of the USDA assessment of draught losses in that countv. In other counties of the third district, Lee, Bladen, Jones, Harnett and Moore had already been designated disaster areas with at least 30 percent of 1983 crops lost to the summer drought. 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