Peggy Ann Halsey
in i- in as ;
weds w. Mgs
In Methodist Church ■
Wednesday, Sept 7
The Edenton Methodist Church
was the setting on Wednesday
afternoon, September 7, at 3
O’clock for the wedding of Miss
Peggy Ann Halsey and Wendell
M. Ginnings. The Rev, Ralph
Fowlkes officiated in a double
The church was decorated
with large baskets of white
mums, palms, and spiral can
delabra. Mrs. John J. Ross of
Edenton rendered soft wedding
music throughout the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Ellsworth
Halsey, Jr., of Edenton. The
bridegroom is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Paul M. Ginnings of
Greensboro, N. C.
The bride, wno was given in
marriage by her father, wore
a street length dress of white
nyt»n chiffon over lace. The
dress was fashioned with a
scoop neckline and three-quarter
sleeVes. Her full skirt was ac
cented by a white satin cum
berbund. Her veil was ar
ranged from a nylon pleated
cloche which was garlanded with
drop pearls and rhinestones.
She carried a cascade of white
mums centered with an orchid.
'Her jewelry consisted of pearl
earrings and pearl necklace, a
gift from the bridegroom.
Mrs. Durwood Leigh Barber,
JrJ; of Winfall, was matron ofi
hoifcir for her sister. She wore
a Wtreet length dress of blue
chjtfon over taffeta and head
bald of matching chiffon and
veiVet. She carried a cascade
of yellow daisies.
The bridegroom’s father was
beftt man. Durwood Barber. Jr.,
brother-in-law of the bride, ser
ved as usher.
Infs. Halsey chose for her
daughter’s wedding a street]
length dress of French blue da-j
cro* with black patent accessor- 1
iel - Mrs. Ginnings wore a street 1
length dress of blue with ac-j
cessories of black for her son’s!
wgdding. Both mothers wore
cotaages of pink roses.
Mrs. Willie White of Edenton
Wag mistress of ceremonies.
Ebr going away the bride'
wore a teal blue sheath trim-|
•med in French braiding andj
lice with white accessories. The!
dress was designed and made by
the bride. Her corsage was an.
qi&jiid lifted from her bridal
, Mrs. Ginnings is a graduate j
of John A. Holmes High School
and attended Traphagen School
of Fashion and Design in New |
'turk City. Mr. Ginnings is an
honor graduate of Appalachian;
;,State Teachers College. Boone,
N. C., where he majored in
rnathematics and science. He isj
employed bv Motors Insurance
(Corporation, a ' .s^bsi^iarji^iijin
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I Lunch Room Menu I
Menus at the Edenton Ele- i
mentary School lunch room for
/the week of September 12-16.
. will be as follows:
II Monday: Weiners, toss salad,
• irice pudding, baked beans, wein
[ er rolls and milk.
[ Tuesday: Meat balls and spa
. ghetti. blackeve peas, school
baked rolls, apple sauce, cheese
I slices, carrot sticks, butter and
Wednesday: Corned beef, po
tatoes, steamed cabbage, corn
, bread, butter, spiced beets, fruit
cup and milk.
f Thursday: Spanish rice with
i beef, candied yams, lemon cus
. tard, butter, corn bread, milk
and cheese slices.
Friday: Tuna salad, buttered
peas, potato chips, butter, pine
, apple, school baked rolls and
Minton Dixon Dies
At Virginia Beach
Minton Hughes Dixon. 67.
died in a Virginia Beach hos
pital Friday night. September 2.
at 8 o’clock after an illness of
Mr. Dixon was a native of
Edenton. a son of Minton Hughes
Dixon and Mrs. Sallie Dillard
Dixon and the widower of Mrs.
Julia Dodson Dixon. A member
of an old and prominent Eden
ton family, he moved to the Nor
i folk area about 20 years ago
and at the time of his death he
was secretary - treasurer of the
Thoroughgood Corporation at
Bavside and lived at Virginia
While living in Edenton Mr.
Dixon took an active part in
civic affairs ,and was a mem
ber of St. Paul’s Episcopal
Church. He also served in the
Navy during World War 11.
j Surviving are three daugh
j ters, Mrs. Julia Proctor. Mrs.
! Sallie Morrow and Miss Laura
I Dixon, all of Virginia Beach: a
J brother. MacDonald of Eliza
! beth City ; a sister, Mrs. A. H.
Vann of Franklinton. N. C.. and
Graveside services were held
in Beaver Hill Cemetery Sun
.' day afternoon at 4 o’clock by the
j Rev. George B. Holmes, rector
[(of St. Paul's Episcopal Church,
assisted by the Rev. George F.
Hill, retired, of Elizabeth City.
CHICKEN DINNER PLANNED
AT RYLAND SEPTEMBER 171
The Ryland Community will |
sponsor a barbecue chicken din- i
ner Saturday. September 17.
j from 6 to 8 P. M. Tickets can
: be purchased by calling Mrs.
j Lester Copeland. Hertford 5821
or Mrs. Ralph Ward. Edenton
j Proceeds derived from the
dinner will, go toward the Com
murtlt.v ' Building.-. 1 ' i : * -M-
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