Miss Margaret Bunn
Marries James T. Moss
The wedding of Miss Margaret
McLeod Bunn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jackson Howard Bunn
of Peachland, formerly of Zebu
lon, and James Thomas Moss, son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas
Moss of Youngsville, was sol
emnized in a formal ceremony
Saturday evening in the Peachland
Baptist Church. The Rev. J. C.
Meigs, pastor of the church, of
ficiated at the double-ring cere
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, wo.e an original
gown of white Dutchess satin fash
ioned with an off-the-shoulder ef
fect formed of small tucks by a
bertha of satin and Chantilly lace,
pointed sleeves, and basque bod
ice with full skirt extending into
a circular train. Her finger tip
veil of imported French illusion
fell from a tiera of pearlized
orange blossoms. She carried a
cascade bonquet of white tuberoses
showered with lilies of the valley
and centered with a white orchid.
Her only ornament was a strand
of pearls, a gift of the bride
The attendants were all college
classmates of the bride.
The bridegroom was attended by
his father, William Thomas Moss,
as best man. Ushers were Wil
liam Bunn, uncle of the bride;
Bill Bunn, cousin of the bride,
both of Zebulon; Bruce Stinson
of Boonville, and Maurice Pickier
of New London.
Mrs. Bunn, mother of the bride,
wore a gown of black crepe,
beaded in cut steel beads, and
lavender orchid corsage. Mrs.
Moss, mother of the bridegroom,
wore a black crepe dress and an
Immediately after the ceremony,
a reception was given at the home
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of the bride. A color scheme of
green and white was used through
out the house.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Broome
greeted guests and introduced
them to the receiving line which
was composed of Mr. and Mrs.
Bunn, the bride and bridegroom,
and Mr. and Mrs. Moss, parents
of the bridegroom, and the wed
ding attendants. Also receiving
with them was Howard Bunn, only
brother of the bride.
Mrs. Gene Marsh of Marshville,
assisted by Mrs. William Bunn of
Zebulon, presided over the punch
bowl. Assisting in serving were
the honorary bridesmaids.
Following the wedding recep
tion, Mr. and Mrs. Moss left for
a wedding trip to southern points.
For traveling, Mrs. Moss wore a
burgandy suit with black acces
sories and an orchid from her
bridal bouquet. The couple will
be at home in Raleigh after Jan
uary 1 at 123 Montgomery Street.
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trix of the estate of Leamon B.
Long, deceased, late of Wake
County, North Carolina, this is to
notify all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
at Zebulon, N. C., on or before the
3rd day of December, 1949, or this
notice will be pleaded in bar of
their recovery. All persons indebt
ed to said estate will please make
This Ist day of December, 1948.
Opal H. Long, Administratrix of
estate of Leamon B. Long, de
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Mrs. Moss is a graduate of
Meredith College in the class of
1948. She has been a member
of the Polkton School Faculty
On Friday afternoon at 5 o’clock
the bridal couple-elect, the bridal
party and out-of-town guests were
entertained at the home of the
bride at a buffet supper. At this
time, the bride and bridegroom
presented gifts to members of the
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