I { Miss Alberta Leeper Married To Durham Man In Holiday Rites CHARLOTTE Miss Alberta Leeper, daugh ter of Mrs. Willie Mae Bum- bray and the late Sadlock Leep er of Charlottes, became the bride of Edward Archie Allen, Jr., son of Mr. Edward Allen and the late Mrs. Cora Page Allen of Durham, in a ceremony '^Saturday afternoon, December 19 at S o’clock at &e home of the bride’s mother. The double ring ceremony was performed before a setting of tall baskets of white gladioli, fern and palms. The Rev. C. W. Kerry Jr., pastor of the bride, of ficiated. Prior to the ceremony a short program of nuptial music was presented. The bride was given in marri age by Rev. J. W. Smith, Jr. She wore a Maurer Original French imported lace ballerina length CONGRATULATIONS Mechanics And Farmers Bank ON THE OPENING OF . YOUR NEW BRANCH ★ ★ ★ r May Your Success Continue ★ ★ ★ REGAL THEATER • ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW • CONGRATUUTIONS MECHANICS AND FARMERS BANK On The Expansion Of Your Service To Durham - ★ ★ ★ Mill And Industrial Supplies Pipe, Pipe Fittings, Vdves High Pressure Boilers ★ ★ ★ • HOME WATER SYSTEM • DILLON SUPPLY CO., Inc. 112 S. Duke St Phone 9-1963 gown with a high neckline scat tered with irredescent sequins and pearls. The sleeves were long lace ending in points at the wrist. Her cicular veil of import ed French illusion fell from a half tiat of Chantilly lace trim med with seeded pearls. She carried a bouquet of white roses centered with a white orchid. Miss Carrie Lee Vance, room mate of the bride, was maid of iionor and the only attendant. She wore a ballerina length gown of ice blue nylon net with matching accessories. Her bou-, quet was of pink carnations. First Lt. Haywood Allen, bro ther of the groom, was best man. The bride’s mother Wore a street length dress of blue crepe and lace with a corsage of red roses. Immediately following the ceremony the bride’s mother en tertained at a reception for members of the wed(^g party, relatives and intimate friends. Out of town guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Allen and son, Edward Allen Sr., father of the groom, Mrs. James Robinson and little Ethel Morgan, neice of the groom, all of Durham. The bride is a graduate of Good Samaritan School of Nur sing and is on the staff of Duke Hospital, Durham. The groom attended North Carolina College and is employed by The J. S. Smith Construction Company. The couple will reside in Dur ham. Back to School Miss Mary Louise Hogan has resumed her duties at Douglas High School Live Oak, Fla. where she is a teacher. After spending the Xmas holidays with grandmo ther, Mrs. Mary Hogan of Kent St. Mr. and Mrs. David Moore, David Jr., and Pat of New York City motored down and spent the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moore of 5th Street. Hart-Choice Vows Are Spoken CHARLOTTE The wedding of Miss Frances Hart and Luther Lee Choice, both of Charlotte, was held at Saint Paul Baptist Church Fri day, December 25, at six p.m. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hart of this city and the bridegroom is the son of Gasaway Choice of Clin ton, S. C., Officialiing at the single ring R. R. MARKLEY, A. L A. ARCHITECT Durham, North Carolina Our organization is proud to have had a part in the planning and con struction of such a modern build ing as the Mechanics And Farmers Bank Fayetteville Street Branch rites was Rev. James F. Wertz, pastor of St. Paul. Preceding the weddirig, a program of mu sic was presented by Miss Essie Mae Shappie, soloist and Miss Clara Wertz, pianist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white taffeta styled with long lace sleeves. She carried a Bible topped with a white orciiid. The bride’s sister, Mrs. Ca therine McCray was matron of SATDBDAT, JAN. 1*, 1»S4 THE CAMOUMA rOOt JtAOKWtrn honor. Bridesmaids were MIm Alice /Sloan and Miss Dorothy Jackson. Best man for tne Dridegroom was Joseph Livingston; cotisin of Uie bride. Ushers were, Eddie Floyd, Robert Sandler, Willie Drakeford, Nathaniel Gleaton, Jotm Jackson, Marshal Peary and Alexander Sloan. Immediately following the wedding a reception was held in the dinning room of the church. Durham AKA's Ready Drama For Presentation DURHAM The Alplia Kappa Alpha So rority is presenting its third an nual play production, THE TRI AL- OF Mary DUGAN, on Mon day, January 18, in the B. N. Duke Auditorium, North Caro lina College, at 8:15 P'. M. “The Trial of Mary Dugan” is in three acts, a melodrama of New York life. The entire scene is laid in a court room, with the Judge played by Attorney Hugh Thompson, the District Attorney played by Attorney William Marsh, the Defending Attorney played by Clarence Lanier, and Mary Dugan played by Mrs. Pauline Marsh Caffey. Others in the cast include Dr. Stewart Fullbright, Mrs. Eliza beth Pratt, Dr. Raleigh Morgan, Miss Pauline Newton, Dr. Rich ard Barksdale, L. S. Gilliard, Ervin Johnson, Miss Lenore Johnson, Miss Mary Pinson, Mrs. Beatrice Burnett, Rudolph Smith, Mrs. Carol Bpwie, David Reid, Miss Robbie Graham, and the Mesdames Althea Holmes, Etta Plummer, Jessie Kearney, and Lavonia Parker. All female parts are played by sorority members with two undergradu ate ■oron taking part The Basileus of the local grad- uate chapter is Lucile Hancock. Mrs. Olga Barksdale is general chairman for the play. The pro duction is under the directiM of Miss filary Bohanon of the De partment of Dramatics of North Carolina College. Army Nurse Captain Feted By Church DURHAM Army nurst captain Ola Og- tavia Jefferson was honored at a spccial program at the Ebenezer Baptist church here recently. Rev. James A. Brown, pastor of the church, G. F. Tate and Mrs. J CONGRATULATIONS Mechanics And Farmers Bank WELCOME - TO O’UR NEIGHBORHOOD - UNION INSU^CE & REALTY COMPANY 814 Fayetteville Street Phone 3-6521 CONGRATULATIONS... TO THE Mechanics And Farmers Bank ON THE OCCASION MARKING THE OPENING OF THE NEW Fayetteville Street Branch DRIVE-IN BANK And Welcome To Our Neighborhood ★ ★ ★ Purity Stores DIAL 5 -58 5 1 712 FAYETTEVILLE STREET CONGRATULATIONS.... TO THE MECHANICS AND FARMERS BANK We are pleased to have parti cipated in the construction of the Fayetteville Street Branch. • • • THE YOUNO ROOFING CO. (Incorporated) DIAL 6131 403 MORRIS STREET DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MECHANICS AND FARMERS BANK • • • ...WELCOME... To Our Neighborhood • • • May Your Success Continue • • • CUT-RATE SUPER MARKET DIAL 9-5629 904 FAYETTEVILLE STREET Martha Stanley spoke during the program. Captain Jefferson, recently promoted to that rank, is the daughter of Mrs. Lucille Barbee of Durham. A graduate of North Carolina Sanatorium school of nursing. Captain Jefferson has served at the Lincoln hospital here and bold* a B. 8. In Public Healtfa Nuntnc tnm North Carolina College. Durham world war II, Cap tain Jefferson waa located at the Halloran General Koepttal in Staten Island, If. Y. Tor the past two yean, she has seen aenriee withe the Army Medical corpa in Japan. Since her return to the U. S., she has been stationed at Fort Bragg. Captain Jetterson is the «Hfe of Solomon Jefferton of Port Arthur, Texas, and they make their home in Durham. Subscribe To The Carolina Times Continued Success To The MECHANICS AND FARMERS BANK CHATHAM FURNITURE COMPANY 123 W. Parrish St. DIAL 2-7941 Open 8:30 To 5:30 P. M. ... 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