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MRS. WILLIAM EKIE GATTIS of Dunn
is the former Miss Edith Geraldine Brown
of Benson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Tracy Brown of Magnolia. Her marriage to
Mr. Gatlis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Ekie
Gattis of Four Oaks, took place June 10 in
the Magnolia Baptist Church.
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Tv;ili..i Riles In Rose
Join Miss Robinson And Mr. Corr
Rose Hill. In a formal candle
I light ceremony tit Mt, Zion Presby
; terian Church in Rose Hill on Sun
day evening, June 4, at 6 o'clock,
Miss Clara Elizabeth Robinson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Deleon Robinson of Rose Hill, be
came the bride of McDonald Carr,
son of Mrs.' Rufus Carr and the
late Mr. Carr of Magnolia. The
Rev. F..: M.- Bain, pastor of the
Vows were spoken before a back
ground of long leaf pine,' white
graduated candelabra holding ca
thedral tapers and floor baskets
of white gladioli and feverfew.
A program of nuptial music was
rendered by Mrs. Carlyle Carr of
Teachey, pianist, and Robert Her
ring of Rose Hill,, vocalist
Given in marriage by her father.
the bride wore an original gown of
white slipper satin fashioned with
torso-length ; bodice featuring an
off-shoulder yoke of nylon net out
lined with a wide bertha of satin.
Miniature self-covered buttons ex
tended down the front. The full
skirt terminated in a circular train
Her finger-tip veil of illusion fell
from a coronet of pearlized orange
blossoms. She carried a white satin
prayer book topped with a white
orchid showered with valley lilies
Miss Carolyn Robinson of Rose
nut, wus ner sister s mmu ux tiuu-
or. She wore a floor-length gown
of pink taffeta similar in design to
the bride's dress. The long, fitted
bodice was styled with off-should
er neckline and wide taffeta bertha,
The full skirt was worn over a
hoop. Completing her costume were
matching mitts of nylon net but
toned down the side with tiny but
tons, and a shoulder-length veil of
matching pink net cascading from
rolled taffeta bandeau. She car
ried an arm bouquet of pink car
nations and stock.
Bridesmaids were Miss Dolly
Sue Carr of Magnolia, sister of the
bridegroom. Miss Dorothy Lundy,
of Mountain City, Tenn., Miss Bet
ty Martin of Atlanta, Ga., and Miss
Betty Charles McLeod of JBistoe,
all college classmates of the bride.
Their dresses were of blue taffeta
identical in style to the honor at
tendant's dress with matching mitts
and headdress. They also carried
arm bouquets of pink carnations
Honorary bridesmaids were Miss
es Anne Jerome, Anne L.ainam
and Betty Heyer of Rose Hill, Em
ily Rivenbark of Kenansville, and
Mesdames Carroll Best and Harry
Phillips of Warsaw. They were at
tired in floor-length gowns in pas
tel shades with pink carnations in
Linden Southerland, Jr., of Mag
nolia, attended as best man. Ushers
were Jack, Sam and Gerald Carr
of Magnolia, brothers of the bride
groom, and Bob Sanderson of State
College and Magnolia.
Immediately following the cere
mony the bride s parents enter
tained at a reception, for the wed
ding party and guests at the Com
munity Memorial Building.
Following the reception the bri
dal couple left for a short wedding
trip to the mountains. For travel
the bride wore a dressmaker suit
of brown summer weight gabardine
with a nile green blouse, brown
and white accessories and the or-1
chid from her prayer book.
Mrs. Carr is a graduate of Rose
Hill High School and Montreat
College and for the past year has
held a bookkeeping position with
Worsley Oil Company in Wallace.
The bridegroom graduated from
Magnolia High School and attend
ed State College in Raleigh. He
served in the Navy for several
months and is now associated with
the Esso Service in Magnolia where
they will make their home.
mrs. Mcdonald carr,
prior to her marriage June 4 in
Rose Hill, was Miss, Clara Eli
zabeth Robinson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Deleon
Robinson of Rose Hill. Mr. Carr
is the son of Mrs. Rufus Carr
of Magnolia and the late Mr.
near Mt. Olive, George J. of Grand
Haven, Mich.; three daughters,
Mrs. G. J. Sullivan of Faison, Mrs.
Allen Sutton of Apex and Mrs.
Kenan Bowden of Clinton; one sis
ter, Mrs. M. L. Outlaw of Seven
Springs. Mrs. Grimes was the for
mer Martha Elissa Herring, daugh
ter of the late Benjamin and Mary
Catherine Herring of Wayne county
and had been a member of the
Smith Chapel Methodist Church
for 46 years. Her husband, Herbert
H. Grimes, died in 1042.
Calvin Thomas "Tom" Revelle,
75, farmer of near Warsaw, died
Friday afternoon of last week at
his home after a brief illness and
two years of declining health. Fu
neral service were held Saturday
afternoon at 3:30 oclock at the War
saw Baptist Church of which he
had been an . active member for
many years' by Dr. A. W. Greenlaw,
pastor. Burial was in the Plnecrest
Cemetery. He is survived by his
wife, the former Carrie Mae Smith
of Lenoir Counts; five daughters,
Mrs. J. A. Chestnutt and Mrs. H.
M. Robinson, both of Clinton, Mrs.
John B. Rhodes of Beulavllle, Mrs.
T. E. Smoot of Arlington, Va., and
Mrs. Dougall McNeil of Faison; two
sons, W. 'Fred Revelle and El-
wood Revelle, both of Warsaw; 13
grandchildren; and one great
NEGRO FARMER HAS
James Malnor, Negro farmer of
Rt 1 Magnolia, is one person who
does not believe in putting all his
eggs in one basket, says R. E. Wil
kins, Duplin Negro Farm Agent,
Aside from his own skills, Main
or has used all the agricultural
agencies to his advantage and an
Inspection of his 300-acre farm re.
veals the soundness of his farming
He practices diversification by
growing truck crops, corn, and
about 10 acres of pasture, in addi
tion to his tobacco crop. On the
livestock side he raises about 200C
poults and 100 chicks each yeai,
and several yearlings and a nice
herd of hogs.
Two extra performances of "Un
to These Hills" have been schedul
ed to take care of opening crowds
July 1 through 9. After this, the
drama will go on a five ray a week
schedule with performances weekly
Wednesday through Sunday, at 8
p.m. Good seats are still available
for all nights including July 1. Mail
orders for tickets may oe addressed
to Mountainside Theatre, Cherokee,
N. C. Reserved seats, Including
tax, $2.40; general admission, adults
$1.20, with half price for children.
On Thursday, June 22, the Lenoir
County : Cancer .Center held its
weekly clinic when 20 persons, 19
white women, 1 white man, 8 col
ored women and 1 colored man ap
peared for examination. All exam
inations were completed and IS re
ferred to their physicians for med
Persons attending came from
Warsaw, Mt Olive, Seep Run, Ara- .
pahoe, Farmvllle, Stantonburg, Cal-
ypio, Grlfton, LaGrange, Vance-, . -boro
and Kington. .
The clinic is held each Thursday
in the Lenoir County Health De
partment. Examinations are free.
Persons living outside Klnston '
should write for an, appointment
Address Cancer Center Clerk, P. O.
Box 49, Klnston, N. C. and indi
cate two dates -on which you can
come for examination, --v.. , ,
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WALLA Cr,f II. C.
MRS ANDREW BROWN
BURIED AT PIN HOOK
Mrs. Ann Wells Brown, 64, wife
of Andrew Brown died Wednesday.
June 21 at her home near Teachey
arter a lingering illness.
runerai services were held on
Friday afternoon at the home at
3 o'clock by, Rev. J. V. Case assis
ted by Rev. W. B. Cotton both of
Rose Hill. Burial was In Fin Hook
Cemetery In the home community,
' In addition to her husband -she
is survived by three daughters,
Misses Annie Ruth and Alma of
the home, and Mrs. Harvey Pig",
ford of Klnston; three sons, George
of Teachey, Buck of Rose Hill, and
Joseph of the Navy, stationed In
Honolulu; and six grandchildren.
Mother Mrs. Sullivan
Buried Near Mt Olive
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Mrs. R H. Grimes. 83. died on
Saturday at 8:45 p.m. at her home
in the Smith Chapel Community
near Mt. Olive after a lingering ill
ness. Funeral services were held at
the home Sunday afternoon at 4
O'clock, with Rev. W. X Wilson,
pastor, of the Mt. Olive !."-" t
Church officiating, r b
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