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uatlon exercises Monday night at
N. C. University at Chapel Hill.
Miss Jaoquallne Burke received
her diploma in Journalism. - -
Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Outlaw
of Klnston have announced the
birth of a daughter in a Kinston
hospital May 22, Mrs. Outlaw is the
former Miss Frances Pearl Parker
of Pink Hill.
Miss Soulherland Is
Bride Of Mr. Loftin
Jyrcrs CL ::n
July Colt.!' Court
County Court .Jurors have been
chosen to serve at the July term as
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Jones of Mt.
Olive announce the marriage of
their daughter, Lovine, to F. L.
Goodman of Summerlin Cross
roads at 7:30 p. m. Friday, May
12th, at the home of the Rev. B. E.
Barton, Baptist minister of Greens
boro. Mrs. Goodman wore a white
sharkskin dress with white access-
ories and a corsage of red roses.
Among those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Wray of Durham,
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Summerlin,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dowd and
Miss Margaret Bowers of Greens
boro. Mr. and Mrs. Goodman are both
employed in Greensboro, where
they will make their home at 602
MORE PINK HILL
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Jones were in
Wilson Monday to attend the fu
neral of her uncle Mr. John E. Bell.
Messrs J. J. Smith, W. W. and
Prentiss Smith were in Chapel Hill
Monday night to attend the gradu-
ating exercises of Ralph Kenon
Miss Fannie Gray Worley has
gone to Greenville to enter sum
mer school at ECTC following the
closing of the Washington, N. C.
school closing where she was a
Mr. ana Mrs. Mortimer Maxwell
and Mrs. Matt Burke attended grad-
Against a background of pine,
ivy and red roses, Miss Martha
Katherlne Southerland and Mr.
Leonard Warren Loftin were
married at 4:30 o'clock Friday ai
ternoon in the Harper-Southerland
Memorial Presbyterian Church
near Albertson. Rev. N. P. Farrlor,
pastor of the church, performed
the double ring ceremony.
Nuptial music was played at the
piano by Mrs. Egbert Grady. The
prelude was Lange's "Flower Song'
and the Interlude, during the light
ing of the altar candelabra, was
"Traumeri" by Schumann; back
ground music during the ceremony
was MacDowell's 'To A Wild Rose."
Preceding the ceremony, Miss Lou
Anne Davis, accompanied by Mrs.
Grady, sang "The Sweetest Story
Ever Told" by Stults, and "Be
cause" by d'Hardelot.
The bride was attended by her
maid of honor, Miss Elizabeth Anne
Kornegay of Albertson. Mr. Kirby
C. Loftin of Klnston, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man.
The bride wore a tailored- suit
of white sharkskin with a shoulder
corsage of red roses and gypso
phelia. She wore a cloche-type hat,
and carried in her hand a white
Bible with a single red rose. Her
maid of honor, in an afternoon
dress of pink voile with white ac
cessories and -an arm bouquet of
white gladioli, preceded the bride"
into the church. On the arm of her
brother, Mr. L. C. Southerland,
HAS THAT IDEAL GIFT
YES, JUST WHAT HE WANTS
MANHATTAN SHIRTS AND PAJAMAS
BOTANY AND WEMBLEY TIES
STETSON AND DOBBS HATS
FLORSHEIM AND JARMAN SHOES
THEIR WEEK END SPECIAL
MENS NYLON CORD SUITS
AN EXTRA PR. PANTS
who gave her in marriage, the
bride was joined at the altar by
the bridegroom and his best man.
The service . was concluded with
Miss Davis singing "The Lord's
Prayer" by Malotte.
Tht hrlde'l mother. Mrs. J.
Blanchard Southerland, ' wore a
tailored blue and white figured
Bemberg dress and dark blue ac
cessories. She had a shoulder cor
sage of white carnations. The mo
ther of the bridegroom, Mrs. KUby
W. Loftin, wore blue and white
figured voile, dark blue accesso
ries and a corsage identical to that
of the bride's mother.
The bride is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J- Blanchard Souther
land, well known residents of Al
bertson. She attended B. F. Grady
High School ' and was graduated
Mr. Loftin is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Kirby W. Loftin of Kinston.
He was graduated from Southwood
High School, attended the Univer
sity of North Carolina and was
graduated from Oak Ridge Military
Institute in 1939. He attended the
Chicago Conservatory of Music un
til he was called to the Army, and
served three years an an enlisted
man in India. He worked during
two years in Kinston as program
director and chief announcer at
radio stations WKNS and WFTC.
For the past year he has studied
at the Manhattan School of Music
in New York City. He was chosen
for work in a noted choral group,
Schola Cantorum, and has taken
solo parts in several public performances.
Immediately after the ceremony,
the couple left for a brief honey
moon. After June 10, they will be
ate Tiome at 473 Central Park West,
New York City. Mr. Loftin, who is
in his senior year, will resume his
Out of town guests for the wed
ding included Mr. and Mrs. Horace
G. Loftin of Beaufort and the sis
ter of the bridegroom, Mrs. Edwin
M. Snell, and children of Washing
ton, D. C.
On the eve of the wedding, fol
lowing a rehearsal at the church,
the betrothed cut a three-tiered
wedding cake, decorated with pink
and white roses of icing. Assisting
in serving punch and cake were
Miss Jewel Ann Sheppard and Miss
Mebelle Outlaw. Gifts of kitchen-
ware were presented by the Ladies
Auxiliary of the church. About 25
friends and neighbors were present.
June 14th. And 15tli.
- The 3rd annual Rural Health
conference, from all reports, will
be a people's conference, with the
conferees telling state health lead
ers ywhat program they want in
their communities. This announce
men came from medical leaders as
they examined the agenda for the
state-wide health gathering sched
uled for the Sir Walter Hotel in
Raleigh June 14-15.
The first annual meeting of the
N. C. Health Couhcil is at 2 p.m.
June 14. Dr. William P. Richard
son is president of the Council.
Thursday, June 15, nr. Sidney
Chipman, professor of Maternal
and Child Health at the University
of North .Carolina will make the
principal 'address. Also scheduled
for that day will be a speech by
Dr. Samuel Proger, head of the
Department of Medicine, Tufts
College Medical School, Boston,
Mass., and a panel discussion on
rural health led by Miss Charlotte
Rickman of the committee on Ru
ral Health and Education of the
State Medical Society.
Also on the agenda will be sev
en group discussions on specific
health problems. Subjects will be:
Enrollment in Hospital and Medi
cal Pre-Payment Plans In Rural
Aroc Possibilities For Regional
Untergration of Medical and Health
Facilities in Nortn uaronna; wor
ine Together for School Health;
Vocational Guidance for Health
Professions; The Coordination of
Nutrition Activities in Rural Com
munities: and The Problem of
Confinement of Mental Patients
in Jails of North Carolina.
AHvisors to the Danel discussion
will be, E. B. Crawford of Hospital
Savings Association; c. m. ncru
don, Hospital Care Asso.; Dr. V.
K Hart, of State Medical Society;
R. S. Ferguson, Alexander County
Hosp. Association. i
Included are Dr. C. C. Apple
white, State Board of Health; Dr.
E. H. Ellinwood, Guilford County
Health Officer; Miss Elta Mae West
assistant professor Health Educa-
tion, UNC; Mrs. J. E. Palt, presi
dent, Mecklenburg County PTAj
Mrs. J. R. Wiggins, president Wake
County PTA; Also included are
Mrs. Anna Maley, state supervisor
School Lunch Program; Miss Dor
thy Boone, State Board of. Health;
N. H. Butler, Cumberland County
Jailer; and Dr. T. F. Vestal , sup
erTntendant Forsyth County Hos
pital. Pleasant View
' Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Mewborn an
nounce the birth of a daughter,
Beetle Caroll at Parrotts Hospital,
May 27, Klnston. Mrs. Mewborn
is the former Callie Teachey.
Mpssprs T K . and J. H. Bvrd
were entertained by their families
with a birthday dinner at Maxwell
Kill Saturday. Arnold - at
tended were the honorees and their ,
families, Mr. and Mrs. Therman
Hussey and family, Mrs. Evelyn
Newman and family. Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Outlaw, Mrs.,;Jannle Grady, '
Mr. Paul Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Dunn Smith and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Jimmie Davis and Evelyn, .,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Mewborn, Mrs. Delia
Whitfield Misses Nell Smith. Rose.
and Hamona Herring, ana nr. uur- -ham
Misses Ramona Herring, ' Edith
Byrd, Mary Howell and Mr. Marvin
Howell ' were . ; at Carolina Beach
Sunday.'' v; '-v'.v;;,,;;. ; X;;
Mrs. Elizabeth Kornegay and .
Jerry Robert Holland visited Mr. ...
and Mrs. J. H. Byrd over the week
end. ' ;.";
Mr. add Mrs, Leonard Grady and t .
family attended the home coming
services at Daleys Chapel Sunday.
Mrs. Earl Stroud and children ,
visited Mrs. Noah Rouse and Keith
Sunday. . . .
Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Kelly visited
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grady and
W. E. Carlton, J. G. Rich, James
A. Kennedy, L. M. Sanderson ,J.
Howard Cottle, Johnnie Harper,
H. A. Carroll, Hubert E. Tucker,
James T. Wells, Johnnie Smith,
James Waters Harrell, Johnnie
Jones, Dewey Brown, W. Alton Mat
hews, Mclver Sholar, Kelly Sholar,
H. C. Turner, Wayne Batts, Eddie
Goodman, J. L. Grady, -J. B. Sou
therland, Wiley Dail, Archie Brln-
son, and Herbert Mercer.
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