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Mrs. Henry Glacous Best, Jr.
Hiss Lillian Irene Kornegay Becomes
Bride Of Henry G. Best, Jr., Of Warsaw
MISS NORMA FAYE OXJINN
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tharon
Quinn of Beulaville, who announce her en
gagement t oRichard Frederick Williams,
son of Mrs. Charles Beasley Williams of
Beulaville and the late Mr. Williams. The
wedding will take place June 8 in the Beula
ville Presbyterian Church.
Former Grady Student Wed
In Pink Setting In Mount Olive
MISS CAROLYN JEAN WHALEY is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alton W. Whaley of
Rose Hill, who announce her engagement to Gil
bert Powell Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
E. Taylor of Robeson ville.
Sgt. James Ray Woodward, son of James F. Woodward and Lucille
Houston Woodward married Irmgard Schendera on November 2, 1952, in
Hamberg, Germany. Sgt. land Mrs. Woodward will be transferred to
the United States in June.
' Beautiful and Impressive was the
candlelight ceremony which united
Miss Lillian Irene Kornegay,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
lEdgar Kornegay, of Mount Olive,
and Henry Glacous Best, Junior,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Best,
of Warsaw. The double-ring cere
mony was performed by Rev. Rus
sell Harrison, pastor of the bride
in the First Methodist church of
Mount Olive, Wednesday evening,
-April 23, at seven-thirty o'clock.
The vows were exchanged before
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asconea ana given in marriage
Oregon - fern, and tall standards
Jiolding pale pink tapers in pyra
midal effect, complimented with
iloor baskets of gladioli, snapdrag
ons, and carnations in pastel
-shades. An arrangement of pastel
flowers and pink candles before a
background of palms and fern was
used in the choir loft. As screen
ing of southern Kmilax softened
the choir rail.
The reserved section was desig-
bon. Greenery and pink candles in
the windows completed the decora
Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. Paul
Garrison, Jr., organist, played the
theme f rom ' "Pathetique," by
Tschaikowsky, "Romance'1 by Ru
benstein, "Traumeri",. by Schu
mann; Godard's "Berceuse", and
Wagner's To An Evening Star.'"
Miss Nancy Long, vocalist, accom
panied by Mrs. Garrison, sang "Be
cause", and "Through the Years".
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Coffee Bridge Honoring Forthcoming
Duplin Society Brides Given At Wallace
A charming coffee bridge honor-
a white orchid and showered with ine three forthcoming brides was
ribbons of varying lengths. Her given on Wednesday night at the tions,
necklace of pearls , was a gut or Community building in Wallace,
the bridegroom. The hostesses were Mrs. R. M.
The bride's immediate attendant Browder, Mrs. 'William H. Browder,
was her young sister, Myatt Kor-1 Mrs. Allen Boney and Miss Eleanor
Before an altar improvised of
pink flowers and candles in the
Methodist parsonage in Mt. Olive
April 10, Miss Eva Edna Grady
and Norman D. Barwick spoke their
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben W. Grady of Mount
Olive. The bridegroom Is the
son of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. W,
Barwick of Seven Springs.
For the 5 o'clock double ring
ceremony the Rev. W. Carleton
Wilson officiated, after a program
of music by Mrs. W. T. Byrd pianist.
Jimmy Adams of Seven Springs,
nephew of the bridegroom lighted
The couple entered together, un
attended. The bride wore a navy
suit with gray cobra shoes, and
white and navy accessories, and
carried a white Bible topped with
pink Orchids and showered with
white satin streamers and carna-
negay, who wore a junior bridal
costume copied from that of the
bride and carried a miniature bri
dal bouquet. The matron of honor,
Mrs. William Lee, wore a gown of
blue lace and net fashioned with
by her father, the bride wore a
gown of white slipper' satin with
satin roses, long sleeves with tulle
ruffles at the wrists, fitted bodice
fastened down the back with minia
ture buttons, and a full circular
skirt banded with tulle and extend
ing into a full court train. A tiara
of seeded pearls held the veil of
imported illusion. Her, arm bouquet
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Bridesmaids were Miss Elizabeth
Ann Kornegay of Goldsboro, cousin
of the bride and Miss Betty Moody
of Mount Olive. Their gowns, ln
dentical in design to the matron of
honor, were of petal pink lace and
net. All wore bandeaux and mitts
of matching nylon net and carried
colonial bouquets of orchids.
fThe bridegroom's father was his
best man. Ushers were the bride's
uncle, Ralph Kornegay of Golds
boro John. FJower-s, Jrv-of -Mount
Olive, cousin of the bride, George
Henry Best, the bridegroom's cou
sin, and H. Finlayson Lee, both of
immediately following the wed
ding the bride's parents entertained
at a reception in the church par
lors. Mrs. Kornegay, the bride's
mother, wore for the wedding and
the reception a gown of clover
crepe with irridescent sequins and
a shoulder, .bouquet of orchids. Her
headdress was of ostrich plumes
matching her gown. Mrs. Best, the
bridegroom's mother, wore aqua
crepe with cut - steel ornamen
tation and matching headress.
Her crosage was a white orchid.
Mrs. Harvey Callender, of Deming,
New Mexico, the bride's grand
mother, wore black net over taffe
ta, with rhinestones, and a white or
chid shoulder corsage. '
After the reception the bridal
couple left by automobile for a
northern wedding trio, the bride
changing to a suit of navy gabar-
aine wun navy ana white acces
sories and the orchid from her wed
ding bouquet, for traveling.
Mrs. Best Is employed In a see
retarial capacity In the office of J.
T. Flythe, Mount Olive attorney.
Mr. Best is a veteran of World War
II, serving in the U. S. Army for
five years, three overseas. He is a
partner, in Carolina Cleaners, and
after returning from their wedding
trip the couple will bd at home at
Over two hundred members of
Duplin County Society were invit
ed to meet the brides-to-be whose
weddings will be social events of
the near future. Those honored
were Miss Elizabeth Teachey of
Wallace whose marriage to Dr. Sea
born Blair of Wallace will take
place on May 3rd; Miss Rachel
Hall who will marry Mr. Raymond
Stone 'of "Wallace on May 25th;
Miss Jeanne Gurganus of Jackson
ville whose wedding to Mr. Z. W.
Frazell of Kenansville will be a
high light of the early summer so
Refreshments of ham biscuits,
cheese straws, party sandwiches,
punch and bridal cakes were serv
ed before the bridge. There were
approximately forty tables' of
bridge. Salted nuts and soft drinks
were served at the conclusion of
Mis. Grady, mother of the
bride, wore a navy suit with pink
U. D.C. Hold
Warsaw Meetings s
On Thursday afternoon, the 24th.
the James Kenan chapter of the
United Daughters of the Confeder
acy met at the Warsaw high school.
The hostesses were Mesdames Q.
J. Sutton, James Rackley, Hodges,
J. J. West, Wiliam Taylor.
The interesting program was un
der the supervision of Mrs. J. W.
Farrior who presented her eighth
grade students in a study of N. C.
and its Industries. ' Benny Frank
Hobbs presided during this study.
The silver dollar award that had
been offered by Miss Mary Alice
Blackmore to the 'student drawing
the best Confederate flag was given
to Marcia Hipp, a sixth grade
The chapter voted te have the
Memorial Day services ;' at- the
Methodist church Sunday, P.M. at
4 o'cloak. The members of the
MISS MARILYN ALDER
MAN of Wendell is the daugh
ter oi Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Al
derman of Rose Hill, who an
nounce her engagement to
Kenneth Daniel Herendon, son
of Mrs. L. F. Herendon of Wen
dell and the late Mr. Herendon.
The wedding will take place
June 22 in the Mt. Zion Presby
terian Church in Rose Hill.
attend. The program to be held at
this time will include Rev. Jerry
Newbold as the guest speaker. Mr.
L B. Huie wil give the introduc
tion. The Invocation will be given
by Rev. R. L. Crossno and the ben
ediction will be given by Dr. Alton
At the conclusion of the dis
cussion, party sandwiches, pecan
rolls and sofe drinks were served
New Duplin Society Page
This new Duplin society page will
feature social events of county
wide interest All copy for this
page must reach the desk of Mrs.
Helen Cushman, Society editor, not
later than 10 a.m. Tuesday. Time
and commitment permitting, we
will be glad to cover any event of
unusual interest op do a feature
American Legion, were invited to write-up If the occasion warrants.
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accessories and pink carnation
corsage. The bridegroom's sister.
Miss Ruth Barwick, wore navy
with white accessories and pink . Springs High School and served 18
carnations. months in World War II, spending
Mrs. Barwick is a graduate of ' a year in Germany. At present he
B. F. Grady High School and At- is engaged in farming near Seven
lantic Christian College. For the Springs, where the couple will live
past several months she has been in their newly completed home.
employed with Kimbrell's Furni- After the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs.
ture Company in Raleigh.
. Mr. Barwick attended Seven
Barwick left for a trip through
North and South Carolina.
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