Miss Mabel Virginia Hammond Is
Bride of Neil Chamblee of Zebulon
Miss Mabel Virginia Hammond,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy M.
Hammond of Cerro Gordo, and
Neil P. Chamblee, son of Mr. and
Mrs. P. B. Chamblee of Zebulon,
were married on December 18, in
a candlelight ceremony at 5:30
o’clock in the afternoon in the
Hayes Barton Methodist Church.
The Rev. Charles Lynwood
Brown officiated at the double
A program of wedding music
was rendered by Miss Jenny Lynn
Jones, soloist, and John Cole, or
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a street-length
dress of pale grey crepe and car
ried a prayer book topped with a
purple-throated orchid. Her ac
cessories were of black and her
only ornament was a string of
pearls, gift of the bridegroom. The
bride’s only attendant was her sis
ter, Miss Dorothy Hammond of
Cerro Gordo. She wore a toast
Miss Elizabeth Baker of Zebulon Is
Bride of Joe Henderson of Wendell
Miss Elizabeth Baker, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Levin Abner
Baker of Zebulon and Joe Kent
Henderson, son of Mr. Owen
Kent Henderson and the late Mrs.
Christine Griffin Henderson of
Wendell, were united in marri
age at the Wendell Christian
Church on Wednesday, December
twenty-ninth, in a candlelight
ceremony solemnized at six o’clock
in the evening.
Officiating at the double-ring
service was the bridegroom’s pas
tor, the Rev. H. Leßoy Harris of
A program of nuptial music
was rendered by Mrs. Mallie C.
Todd, organist of Wendell and Mrs.
Lee Mattox, soloist of Wendell who
sang “O Perfect Love,” “Because,”
“I Love You Truly.”
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, wore an afternoon
gown of an original model design
ed in blue crepe, using ac
cessories of winter white, and car
ried a white satin covered prayer
book topped with an orchid of
white nestled on a bouquet of satin
Miss Aileen Baker of Zebulon
served her sister as maid of honor.
She was dressed in a gown of rose
quartz designed in afternoon dress
length, and used matching acces
sories. She carried a bouquet of
yellow roses and cascading satin
Owen Kent Henderson of Wen
dell served his son as best man.
Ushers were Herbert Hender
son, of Wendell, brother of the
groom, and Griffin Scarborough,
a cousiii of the groom who is a
student at the University of Mis
sissippi in Oxford, Mississippi.
The bride’s mother wore a gown
of street length designed in black
with matching accessories, and a
corsage of red roses.
Mrs. Henderson, a graduate of
Wakelon School in Zebulon and
Hardbarger’s Secretarial School in
Raleigh, is employed as a secre
tary in the Security National
Bank in Raleigh.
Mr. Henderson, a graduate of
Wendell High School, attended At
lantic Christian College in Wilson
and served in the U. S. Marine
Corps during World War 11. He
has completed a special training
course at the Ford Motor Company
in Detroit, Michigan and is now
associated with the Wendell Mo
tor Company in Wendell.
The bridal couple, wedding party
and out of town guests were en
tertained on Tuesday evening at
an after-rehearsal party at the
home of Mrs. Marvin Todd with
dress with dark brown accessories
and carried a bouquet of mixed
The best man was Davis Cham
blee of Zebulon, brother of the
bridegroom. Ushers were Philip
Chamblee of Raleigh, brother of
the bridegroom, and Stanley Ar
mitage of Smithfield and Raleigh.
The bride’s mother wore a dark
grey dress and a corsage of red
roses, and the bridegroom’s moth
er wore a black suit and a cor
sage of pink roses.
Mrs. Chamblee attended Cerro
Gordo High School and graduat
ed from Rex Hospital School of
Nursing and has been on the Rex
Hospital staff for two years.
Mr. Chamblee attended Corinth-
Holder High School and served
with the Army Air Force and was
overseas three and one-half years.
He is now in business in Wendell.
After a wedding trip to Wash
ington and Florida, the couple will
be at home in Wendell.
Mrs. H. P. Rhodes, aunt of the
bride, as hostesses.
Decorations in the reception
room consisted of the traditional
Christmas tree, manger scene,
and mantel arrangement of rein
deers against pine foliage. A min
iature replica of these was used
in the study.
Centering the refresh ment table
in the dining room was an ar
rangement of gold and red on an
imported linen cloth.
A tiered wedding cake topped
with a miniature bridal couple
under a rose arbor of white was
served at the table end by an aunt
of the bride, Mrs. H. P. Rhodes,
after the bridal couple had cut the
At the opposite table end, Mrs.
Bill Roberts of Wendell poured
Russian tea. Other refreshments
in the traditional bridal colors of
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green and white were served to
the fifty guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson left im
mediately after the solemnization
of the marriage vows on Wednes
day evening for a wedding trip
to unannounced destination. They
will be at home in Wendell after
Let's Try Something New
By Cornelia A. McPherson
Join in the festive spirit of
Christmas by making your Christ
mas candies. Make them for your
self as well as for your friends.
1 1-2 c. sugar
2 T. light corn syrup
1-4 cup water
1 stiff-beaten egg white
Red food coloring
Combine sugar, syrup, and wa
ter; stir until sugar dissolves.
Cook to soft ball stage. Slowly
pour over egg white, beating un
til mixture holds shape when
dropped from spoon. Add a drop
or two of extract. Color delicate
pink. Swirl from spoon on wax
ed paper. Makes 2 1-2 dozen.
OLD FASHIONED APPLE
8 large tart apples
1- cup water
2 cups sugar
2- cup red cinnamon candies
1 T. gelatine (1 envelope)
1-4 cup cold water
Quarter and core apples; add 1-2
cup water. Cover tightly. Cook
until tender. Sieve. This should
make 4 cups of applesauce. Add
sugar and cinnamon candies.
Cook uncovered, 45 minutes. Soft
en gelatine in 1-4 cup cold water.
Add to hot mixture. Cook 20
minutes stirring constantly. Pour
into greased 8 inch square pan.
Cool. Cut, dip in granulated sugar.
Store in cool place. Let stand one
day. Makes 18 pieces.
MARSHMALLOW NUT PUFFS
Dip marshballows in hot cream,
flavored with vanilla extract, un
til outside of marshmallow is soft.
Roll in finely ground pecans, or
chocolate; flatten slightly. Chill.
To All Olr Friends
1 d Hello, World! Young Mr. 1949 once
c ) ° again broadcasts his tidings of a new
day aborning to a worn and weary
world. Another year; another and
much brighter page!
Page Store Co.
Happy New Year
a New Year filled
l with plenty of good
things for the people
of this community.
We’re happy and
proud to be a part
of it. Best wishes!
J. M. Chevrolet Co.
tThe old year is breathing out its
ist hours in a hush of expectancy.
But in that quiet we know that
there are horns waiting to be
sounded, bells waiting to be rung,
hearts waiting to be lifted with
| bright new hopes. May 1949
he a happy t New Year for. you!
Friday, December 31,1948