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,' Hiss Mary Ellen Hobbs of
a became . the bride of Jack
in Bissette of Goldsboro, last
t, Feb. 23., In tha Falson' Bap
Church with the bride's pastor,
s Rev. M. M. Turner officiating.
The couple entered the church to
; . ther unattended and spoke their
vows before a background of palms,
iioor baskets of" pink carnations,
i "idioli and. ' seven-brtnched can
t labra holding .pink cathedral-tapers,
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The bride is the daughter ;of Mr.
' and Mrs. Ben Henry Hobbs of Faison
tand the bridegroom. 1 the son-of
Mr. ana Mrs. Z. Clifton Bissette of
Goldsboro, 4-'."V'? " '
' A program bt wedding music was
presented by Mrs. B. F. McColman,
pianist, including, . "Evening Star"
by Wagner, Love Thee" by Gre(g
, and Traumerel" by Schumann. The
traditional wedding marches were
' used. The Rev. Harold Minor, solo
ist, sang. "Because" and, "I Love
You Truly"!. ; , X' j.
Ushers were:'-Sam Bissette of
; Wilmington, brother of the ride
groom, and Frederick B. Stern be r-
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. For the wedding the bride wore
a navy blue wool suit with white
nylon blouse, navy blue shoes j and
bag and white straw hat She, tar
ried a white prayer book topped
with a purple-throatari jmt hid, show
ered with white satin- streamerst '
The bride waar-gratruated from
Faison High School with the Class
Of 1951 attended fineland College
and has since done ijseeetarial work
for Southern Produce : Distributors
in Falson. ,
The brifegrooin.waa graduated
from New Hanoves .High School in
Wilmington with the Class tit 1943,
attended . Campbell .College jand
served three years with the U. S.
Navy. He is associate - with : his
father in the InsHtaftee bys)ness in
Goldsboro. ' .-th :f
The bride'a moll
crepe dress , wit&p!aek 'and white
accessories ahd.. a' pjnk carnation
corsage. Thai brjtdgt groom's; mother
wore a Navy Jblue-dress wh navy
blue accessories :anei , pink carna
tion corsage?'- -'uitj- i j .
After a short Bfldingt-irip, the
couple Will be at-hone; at 202 N.
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Immediately following the cere
mony the parents of the bride en
tertained at a reception at the Fai
son Community Building. Magnolia
leaves and pink carnations were
used for decoration in the living
room.
The table in the dining room was
covered with an imported hand
embroidered cloth. An arrangement
of pink carnations, snapdragons and
fern centered the table flanked by
silver candle holders with pink
tapers. A three-tiered wedding cake,
topped with bride and bridegroom
figurines, was at one end of the
table. After the bridal couple cut
the first slice in 'the traditional
manner, Mrs. Sidney Lane of Bur-
gaw, aunt of the bride completed
it:
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the serving. Beceivinf! at .the door
were Mr. and Mrs. W. C Mangum.
The guests were introduced to the
receivuig line by Mr. and Mrs. L.
D. vGroome, Mrs. Hr L. Hoey . and
Mrs. R. D. Clifton directed,' the
guests into the dining room where
Mrsi J. B. Stroud was presiding,
assisted by Mesdames J. H. Darden,
C. A. Precythe, J. E. Faison and
Murray Byrd.
Serving individual bridal cakes,
salted nuts and floral mints were:
Mrs. Robert Kennedy and Misses
Mamie King and Norma Rush. Pre
siding at the punch bowl was Mrs.
Sam Bissette of Wilmington. Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Bell presided pver
the .register. The good-byes were
said to Mesdames Cliff Weeks and
J. W. Warren Jr.
Miss Rose Lindsey presented mu
sical selections during the reception.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hobbs re
ceived in the gift room at the home.
KATHRYN NEWTON
ROBERT WOODHOUSE
TO BE MARRIED
BOSS KATHRYN NEWTON
Mr. and Mrs. Iinwood. Newton,
of Norfolk, Virginia announce the
engagement of their daughter, Miss
Lula Kathryn Newton, to Robert
Forrest Woodhouse, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Woodhouse, of Virginia
Beach, Virginia.
, The wedding will take place Sun.
day afternoon, June 27, at 2:30
o'clock in the Ferebee-Halstead
Memorial Methodist Church, Nor
folk. Virginia. '
The Newtons are farmer Beula
ville residents.
Mr. Britt,
Pearce Are Ved
"The wedding of Miss Bobbye Jane
Pearce and J. C Britt took place
in . Jenkins Memorial Methodist
Church Feb. 21 at 12:30 pjn. The
Rev. H. L. Smith officiated. ,
A program of wedding muisc was
presented by Clinton G. James, or
ganist and uncle of the bride, and
Jon Pearce, brother of the bride,
soloist... '::' ; -"Ji ;r-
The bride is the daughter of Hugh
H. Pearce and the late Mrs. Pearce.
Mr. Britt is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. Britt of .Fayetteville..vf'&?:4
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a powder blue suit
With navy accessories . and a white
orchid corsage. . ' ,', : ". ''
Best man was brother of the
bridegroom, "Clayton rltt t fay;
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The ceremony Wat attended ' by
the families and a few close friends.
Later the couple left for a wedding
trip ;upon thel? return the couple
will reside In Fort Monmouth, NJ.
where he la stationed with the
armed forces. ' '
ReO call will be observed at
' KenasuvlUa Methedlst Church en
Sondaf the T March. Please be
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; Mrs. X. C TyndaU was hostess
to a newly organised bridge club
at her home Tuesday evening. '
Mrs; O. R. Dail received an attrac
tive handkerchief for high " score.
Mrs. C. C. Hester also received a
handkerchiet for traveling. . . ,
' During the social hour tHe hostess
served pie and coffee., - r i k u
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Circle 1 Met Yilh
Mrs. Ralph Brorn
Circle t of Grove Presbyterian
Church met Monday afternoon in
the home of Mrs. Ralph Brown.
Mrs. N. B. Boney presided over the
business, session. f-;".-"j''f::
Rev. J. T.' Hayter led the study
course. During the social hour the
hostess served, bam biscuit, apple
pie - ala mpde and coffee to the
thirteen members present,
MrsSilfersoii
On Tuesday evening Mrs. W. 3.
Sittetson 'entertained the members
of her bridge club with two absent
whose places were filled by Mrs.
X R Cradv and MIm . Iffarnml
Williams. Guests were seated by I daughter or Wilmington -.nmjna-ittractive
taUies. , At the conclusion . y with Mr. and Mml C B. Sitter-
of . play, Mrs. Roy Sitterson was
awarded high score prize for club
members and Mrs. J. R. Grady for
visitors. Mrs. A. R. Bland received
consolation gift. The hostess served
congealed fruit salad, fingers, crack
ers and. hot tea.
P.T.A. Mel Monday
The Kenansvllle- P.TA. met' on
Monday evening in the school audi
torium with the president, Mrs.
H. E. Phillips presiding. Mrs. PhU-
11 ps called on Principal Z. W.
Frazelle to make announcements.
Mr. Frazelle congratulated the boys
and girls for having done 'So well
in the tournament. He announced
that Mr. Hamriek would teach a
commercial class on each Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday nights,
three hours each night. He also an
nounced that Millie Burch had won
the oratorical contest for the coun
ty. Mr. Helton was presented a gift in
appreciation , of his fine work with
the ball teams by Mr. E. V. Vestal.
The president named the nominat
ing committee to have a report
ready for the next meeting, namely:
Mrs. J. R. Grady, chairman, Mrs.
D.t S. Williamson and Mrs. Herman
Quinn.
i A, Founders day program
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All kinds hieh erade seeds. Also Soilfume- f I P
All kinds high grade seeds. Also Soilfume- j
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$5 for treating land for
We are paying top prices
J Andrews & Khowles Produce Co.
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Tel. 2491 - Mount Olive, N. C.
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Many Other Bargains Including ,
TABLE OF $1.00 SPECIALS
Values To $3.00
BAILEY'S MATERNITY.
& CIIILD.IEirS SHOP
f 413 E, Walnut St
" Goldsboro, N. C
given by. mesdames Herman Quiim,
N. B. Boney and H. E. Phillips. In
their program they told the story
of, the beginning of the P. T. A. and
part of the life story of Alice Mc
Clellaa Burney and Phoebe Hurst
who was a co-worker . with , Mrs.
Burney. , ,
P. T. Al guests were invited into
the Home .Economics department
where they 'were, served refresh
ments of hot chocolate, cheese
straws and ceokies by several! of
the teachers... , ,, .. ' , , , ,
Personals
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Miss Cornelia Quinn of Burgaw
spent the week end with her mother
Mrs. Parker Quinn.
Miss , Mary Sue Burch of E, C.
College, Greenville spent the week
Cardof Thanks
.-Your expressions of sympathy
shown in the recent death of my
son, Carl Stevens, will be remem
bered always.''-" T-ti"
. Mrs. Walter E. Thlgpen
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
L C. Biifch.-' . x
, Mrs. ' Jj R. Cooke of Aulander is
visiting her sister and' brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Sitterson.
' Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Williamson
of Fayette ville were Week , end
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. I Sykerf.
; Mr. : and Mrs. Ivy Bowden and
Nicky visited Mrs. W. P. Bowden
in Burgaw Sunday afternoon. .'
-: Mrs. J. A. Gavin spent several
days last week with Mrs. Lydia
Cameron in Wilmington. -
Mr. and Mrs. Flip . Peele and
Mrs. Alfred Kafer of New Bern
and Mrs. " Hugh Hamriek Jr. of
Shelby were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Guthrie last week end, ' -,
Miss Kathryn Quinn of High Point
College is spending several days
with her mother, Mrs. Parker Quinn
due to illness.
, Misa Jean TyndAl of Raleigh
spent the past week end with her
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. TyndaU.
Mr. Vance Gavin spent several
days last week in Raleigh attending
the Hospital board meeting.
: Guests, Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs.
Wiley Booth were Rev. and Mrs.
Lauren Sharps and son also Mr. and
Mrs. H. M.'West Jr. ,
Mrs. Roger Blackburn and child
ren of Winston Salem spent Wed
nesday and Thursday of last week
with Mr. and Mrs. C. C Hester.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Brock Jr.
of Bailey spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. Amos Brinson. . ,
Mr. and Mrs, B. B. Hester and
children, David and Ella Grey of
Clarkton spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Hester. 1
Mrs. N. B. Boney, Mrs. J. A. Hines
and Mrs. Walter Stroud attended
the Womans Club meeting in Salem
burg, Tuesday .
Mrs. J. S. Brlley of Wallace visit
ed Mrs. C. C. Hester Friday after
noon.
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Cavln, C- B. Gutluie Sr. and I"'
Margaret Williams., .s ....
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gooding
and. children,, Larry and Sue of
Ellzabethtown spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. C. C Hester. ,
Mrs. N. B. Boney attended the
IU.C meeting 4n Warsaw last
Thursday.
Quontities ,J
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In, Clinton
To New Location
516 E. Gordon St.
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