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Miss Nora Jean Baldwin Becomes Bride
Of James L. Kinsland Here Sunday
Miss Nora Jean Baldwin and
James L. Kinsland w?re united
in marriage Sunday at 4 o'clock
in the chapel of The First Bap
The Rev. Robert R. Standley.
pastor of the bride and groom,
The bride is the daughter of
Mr and Mrs. W. E. Baldwin, of
Franklin . The groom is the son
of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Kinsland,
Music was presented by Mrs.
H. W Cabe and Mrs. Charles J.
The bride wore a dress of pure
silk designed with a fitted bodice
of Chantilly lace. Her short veil
was attached to a matching cap
trimmed with pearls.
She wore a single strand of
pearls, a gift of the bridegroom.
Her shoulder corsage was a whits
The bride's mother was attired
in a navy blue dress with navy
accessories and her flowers were
p:nk roses. The groom's mother
vote a pink dress and her flowers
were white carnations.
The ushers were Gus Baldwin,
brother ot the bride, and Bill
Kinsland, brother of the groom.
Mr and Mrs. Kinsland both
are graduates of Franklin High
School and attended Western
Carolina College, Cullowhee. Mrs.
Kinsland is employed by The
Bank Of Franklin. Mr. Kinslann
is employed by Franklin Hosiery
After a short wedding trip, the
Pamela T?|M Ru I
Mia* Pamela Teague was hon
ored with a party on her uxth
birthday by her parent*, Mr. and
Mrs. Rafe Teague. last Sunday
Hie party was held on the lawn
at the Teague home. Favors were
presented each guest and birth
day cake and punch were served.
Quests Included Melanie Hoop
er, Charles and Sam Parrish, Gail
and Janet Profltt. Bob Cansler,
John Murray. Tim Sloan. Brenda
Dowdle. Jackie Baud. Steve
Brady. Maxine McClure. Billy
Mashburn. and Mrs. Louise Led
Jay Deal Honored
On His Birthday
Approximately 26 members of
the family were guests' at the
home of Mrs. J. B. Deal last Sun
day to celebrate the birthday of
Mrs. Deal's son. Jay.
Those from out-of-town who at
tended the dinner were Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Qregg and daughter,
of Greenville. S. C . Mr. and Mrs.
Neville Ramey and family, of
Asheville. and Mrs. Lex Penland.
of Macon. Ga.
couple will be at home at the
Swafford house on Harrison
A cake cutting was held at the
home of the bride's parents Sat
urday after rehearsal.
Misses Elaine and Dana Sue
Baldwin, nieces of the bride as
sisted in serving.
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The Rev. and Mrs, John Tucker
are spending a month's vacation
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24 1 visiting points of interest in
the western states.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Seay
are here visiting relatives for a
week or two. They were called
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Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Long.
Jr.. and children, of Atlanta,
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Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Teague
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children. Jean and Sonny, spent
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at Pfeiffer College.
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