r n n r i f i i 1 " i ' n
Miss Louise Farrior Is To
Dennis Morton, III
In a quiet ceremony, character
-feed by beauty and simplicity, at
toe Home of the bride's parents in
"Warsaw. Miss Louise Hussey Far
rior ana wmiam Dennis Morton,
III, were united In marriage at
live o clock on Tuesday afternoon,
June 1. - '-Mo:--:v',."W
The vows were spoken before an
improvised altar of white gladioli
In floor baskets, potted plants and
cathedral candles In front of dou
ble windows. Feverfew and smilax
formed, an arch over the windows.
, Dr. J. W. Hassell of Greenville,
uncle of the groom, assisted by the
Rev. E. S. Coats of Farmville officiated.
tiered veil of white tulle was caught
with a coronet of orange blossoms.
Her only ornament was a strand of
pearls and she carried an old-fashioned
nosegay of white gardenias
and bride's roses centered with an
gree from ECTC, Greenville and
her MA degree In religious educa
tion from Presbyterian Assembly's
Training School. Richmond. Va,
last month. She was a member of
the Jacksonville and Farmville
high school faculties for several
The groom is the son of Mrs,
James Madison Hobgood of Farm
ville and the late Rev. Henry Flour-
noy Morton, first pastor of the
Presbyterian Church. He is a grad
uate of Farmville high school, Dar
lington School, Rome, Ga., and Da
vldson College. He served in the
Navy for three years, during the
war, the last six months in the
Pacific area. Morton will serve as
student pastor of the Snow Hill,
J'l'. LaGrange Presbyterian
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crepe dress with which she wore
a corsage of Briarcllff roses. The
groom's mother wore a black and
white printed silk dress and red
Prior to the ceremony. Mm r. j
Brown, cousin of the bride, played
program of nuptial music. Her
bcici-uuiu inciuaea "A Dream",
Bartlett, "Sweetest Story Ever
- Told" and "Romance." Mrs. E. L.
Stoffell of Maxton sang "All For
You" and Elbert Holmes of Farm
ville rendered "Ich Lieoe Dich," by
, The bride, given in marriage by
,her father, wore a white marqui
sette dress made with lace panels,
. fitted bodice, which buttoned down
; , the back, long seleves which came
.to points over the -hands, round
neckline and a Jong train. Her two
An informal reception was given
by the bride's parents Immediately
after the ceremony. The dining
table was centered with a white
drawRwork and embroidered cloth
and centered with an arrangement
of white lilUies and larkspur flank
ed by white candles, decorated
with tiny bouquets of feverfew and
fern tied with satin ribbons in
silver and crystal candelabra.
Bridal ices, nuts, cakes and mints
were served by relatives and for
mer classmates of the bride. Dream
cakes in individual boxes were pre-
seated to unmarried guests as fav
Mrs. Morton, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Davies Farrior, of
Warsaw, is a graduate of Warsaw
high school, received her AB de-
cnurcnes during the summer
months and will resume his studies
at Union Theological seminary In
Richmond, Va. this fall.
For traveling the bride changed
to a olack and white tailored suit
with which she. wore an off-face
hat of black straw with flowers.
matching accessories and the or
chid lifted from her bouquet. After
a trip to unannounced points, the
couple will be at home in Farm
ville. Cake Cutting
Monday evening immediately
following the rehearsal, Mrs. C. J.
Brown entertained the wedding
party and out of town guests at a
cake cutting at her home,
Mrs. Brown was assisted in en
tertaining by her daughter, Mrs,
Ben Bowden of Fayetteville,
Tea and Shower .
An informal tea and miscellan
eous shower were given by Mrs. J,
C. Page and Mrs. W. M. Buck in
Warsaw on Friday. On the day of
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the wedding, Mrs. E. J. Hill of War
saw, an aunt of the bride, and Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Shaw, Jr., of Roanoke
Rapids, brother-in-law and sister
of the bride, entertained at a lunch
eon at one o'clock. Mrs. J. W. Far
rior, aunt of the bride, gave a din
ner party for the bridal party and
out of town guests at her home
Monday evening. -
Among the out of town guests
for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Shaw, Jr., of Roanoke Rapids,
Mr. jind Mrs. Elbert C. Holmes, Hev.
and Mrs. Coates, Miss Annie Per
king, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Joyner, Jr.
and Mrs. Robert Monk of Farmville:
Dr. and Mrs. Hassell and Mrs. Kate
H. Reynolds of Greenville; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles M. Hassell and Miss
Alice Hassell of Charlotte; Mr. and
Mrs. A P. Hassell, Jr., of Edenton
Mrs. Rebecca Murray and Miss Sal
ly Bob Murray of Wilson; Mes-
dames H. M. Loy and A D. Cowell
of Jacksonville; Miss Mae Cox of
Kinston; Mrs. Walter Carter of Sal
isbury; Mrs. W. M. Duckworth of
Ware Shoals, S. C; Mrs. R. L. Wer
ner of Bock Hin, S. C: Mesdames
Harry Stein, Ben Bowden, ant; Miss
Helen Shaw of Fayetteville; Mr.
and Mrs. E. F. Stoffell of Maxton:
Miss Margaret Fulton, Knoxville,
xenn.; miss Martha Stribling of
Alabama; Miss Hazel Baker, Snow
Hill; Miss DeVere Maxwell of Geor
gia; and Sam Smith of Greensboro.
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'y Rehearsals for the eighth season
of Paul Green's thrilling and ro-
manuc nigtory mystery, The Lost
Colony, gets underway Thursday
wiui noanoce Is annomi having
roles taking part. On Friday re
hearsals for the entire cast will be
held, including the off-island and
professional actors taking part
Samuel Selden, who has directed
the show since its premiere in 19
37 is back again this year, and
Paul Green, author ef the tvlav la
also on the island for the begin-J
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