The Kings Mountain herald. (Kings Mountain, N.C.) 18??-1974, August 21, 1952, Page Page Two, Image 2
lj?* ft/ % Mr*. P. D. Herndon, Editor Miss Betty Joyce Cash Reveals Wedding Plans Miss Betty Cash this week re veals the plans for her wedding Saturday afternoon to Charles Andy McCarter at Central Meto dlst Church. The wedding will take place at 5:30 o'clock In the afternoon with Rev. W. L. Pressly and Rev. J. H. Brendall as the officiating ministers. A program of wedding music will be rendered by Mrs. W. R. Merrltt, organist, Miss Barbara Grantham and B. S. Peeler, Jr., soloist. The bride's father, David Everett Cash, will give her in marriage and the groom will have his father, Doctor Darwin McCar tcr as best man. Miss Jean Cash, sister of the bride, will be maid of honor, bridesmaids will be Misses Fay lene Falls, Jo Ann Hayes, Sarah Jackson, Jeannene Hailman, Ro mona Alien, and Betty Jo Lingle Methodist Circle No. 4 Ice Cream Supper Aug. 30 Circle No. 4 of the Central Met odist. church will hold an Ice cream supper on the lawn of the church Saturday night week, Au gust 30, instead of the original plan to hold the supper August 23. The supper will begin at 5 o'clock. of Winston Salem, roommate last year at Stephens, Ushers will Include Robert Craig, Gastonla, groom's cousin, Wesley Cooler, State Park, Kings Creek, J. N. Crawford, Clover, Wilson Griffin, Llnebergh Dixon and Bob Goforth. ? * ? Since the announcement of her engagement several months ago Miss Cash has been accorded many courtesies. ? ? m Thursday night Miss Betty Wil son is entertaining for Miss Cash. ? ? ? Immediately following the re hearsal Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. Dav|d Cash are entertaining with a cake cutting at their home. ? ? ? Saturday at 12 o'clock non Mrs. John Cheshire is giving a brides maid luncheon. . ... MYERS' DRESS SHOP ortunity SPECIAL PURCHASE In New Fall Suit A Nationally Advertised Brand ....... $18.95 A New Group of BACK-TO-SCHOOL Cottons Reg. $5.95 Value 2 for $11 OPPORTUNITY TO SAVI! Group of Tailor-Maid Blouses Regularly $5.95 SPECIAL! A Few Remaining Children's Summer Dresses Ideal for early School Days, Your Choice $i MYERS' DRESS SHOP 41 Second Floor # m*&i ?? ?:$?:? MRS. BILLY BENNB'fT bUtfkgLL Miss Patrica Anne Harris Wed Saturday To Billy Bennett Sumrell In Church Rites Miss Patrica Anne Harris, dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Har ris of Jacksonville, Fia., became the bride of Billy Bennett Sum rell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Sumrell of Ayden, N. C. Sat urday evening at 4 o'clock in a ceremony at the Presbyterian . Church. Rev. P. D. Patrick, pas tor of the church officiated, using the .impressive double ring cere mony. The vows were spoken before an altar arrangement of palms and fern, wrought iron candela bras holding cathedral tapers in tersperced with floor standards of white gladioli. ? Wedding Music Prior to and during the cere mony, Mrs. W. R. Merritt of Richmond, Va? organist and Er nest B. Harris, Jr., brother of the bride rendered a program of nup tial music. Before the ceremony Mrs. Merritt played: "Pome", Fibich; "Tor \ Wild Rose"., Mc Dowell; "Tramumerel", Schu man; "0 Promise Me", deKoren; "Sweetest Story Ever Told", Stults; "Intexmeawo fiu.n Cavalt- ? er Rusticana". Mr. Harris sang. "Because. De Haredlot; "I Love You Truly", Bond. "Clair de Lune", deBussy was softly played (Hiring the exchange of vows. For the processional the wedding march from "Lohengrin" was played and Mendelssohn's march from "A Midsummer Night's Dream" for the recessional, Mr. Harris sang, "The Lord's Prayer", Malotte. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown of frosty white imported Swiss organdy over taffeta. The high closing bolero featured a Peter pan collar and tiny puffed sleeves. The bouffant skirt was gracefully cut into three tiers of embroider ed organdy which formed a cha pel train. Her two tiered finger tip veil of nylon tulle fell gracefully from a double row of seed pearls. She carried a white prayer book topped with a white orchid and showered with white ribbon and button chrysanthemums. Wedding Attendants Miss Pauline Mauney, cousin of the bride, was maidofhonor. i She wore a ballerina dress of nile green nylt>n net over taffeta. The strapless fitted bodice of net, worn with a stole. Was opened to the waist in pointed lirtes, under which was an appliqued lace cam isole. The bouffant skirt, which featured a dust ruffle of prema pleated nylon was topped by rows of appliqued lace. She wore a mash veil, tied in place with mat chlng velvet ribbons and carried a nosegay of daises tied with yel low ribbon. Bridesmaids were M}ss Mary Ola' Lllley, college roommate of the bride, from Wllliamston, N. C. and Miss Alice Grace Sumrell, sister of the groom, from Ayden. Their dresaes were yellow nylon net and their matching veils were fashioned as the honor attendant. They carried nosegays .tied with green ribbons. The groom's brother, Marion J. Sumrell, was his best man. Ushers were William O. Peele, Williams ton. N. C. C. Reginald Sumrell, brother of the groom, Greenville, N. C. Fleming Mauney, cousin of the bride and Paul Mauney, un cle of the bride. The bride's mother had chosen for her daughter's wedding a dusty rose chiffon floor length gown. Chantilly lace formed" the bodice and full skirt was lace and chiffon over taffetd. She wore a purple orchid at her shoulder. The bridegroom's mother wore a baby blue taffeta floor length dress with a purple orchid cor sage. There wis no reeeption"but the young couple and attendants re ceived in the chapel of the church. Wedding Trip For a wedding trip the bride wore a Handmacher blue-grey suit with white and navy blue accessories and the white orchid lifted from her bouquet. They will reside at 335 East 17th street, Jacksonville, Fla. Mrs. Sumrell is a graduate of Hamlet High School and received her A. B. degree in Music Educa tion in June from W. C. U. N. C., Greensboro. Mr. Sumrell graduated from Ayden High School. He is in the Navy and has seen service in Korean waters. At present he is stationed at the Naval Air Base in Jacksonville, Fla. Out-of-town guests were: Mrs. Flemming Ramsaur, Mullins, S. C? grandmother of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ramsaur and daughter, Nathalie, Allentown, Pa.; Miss Ruth Brauche, Lum berton, N. C.; Miss Easdale Ram saur, Shelby, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. James R. Early, Roanoke, Va.; Mrs. C. C. Sumrell, Ayden, N. C., mother of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Marion J. Sumrell. Ayden, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Sumrell. Greenville, N. C.; Mr. Richard Koruer, Everette, Wash ington; T/Sgt, and Mrs. E. B. Harris,. Jr., Ramey Air Force Base, Puerto Rico; Miss Sue Rud dock, Charlotte, N. C. Also Miss Anne Stroud,- Falson, N. C.; Miss Nancy Jo Everbart. Thomasvllle, N. C.; Miss Betty Siler, Ashevllle, N. C.; Miss Kath erlne Windley, Henderson, N. C.; Miss Alma Davis, Pikesvllle, N. C.; Misg Jan Batts, Waynesboro, Va.; Miss Nancy Howell, Ashe ville, N. C.; Mr. Winston Miller, Burlington, N. C.; Mr. Richard Methodist Circle Meets With Mrs. Ralph Mauney Circle No. 5 of Central Metho Ilobbs, Thomasvllle, N. C.; and Mr. Bud Peoples, Greensboro, N. C. % ' dist Church met Monday night, August 11 with Mrs. Ralph Mau ney with ten members present Tlie devotional was conducted by Miss Lela Clark. Miss Grace Davis was in charge of the pro gram. ? ? . ? ' ? The next meeting will be with Mrs. L B. 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