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; MRS. WILLIAM RONALD ANDER
rt SON, prior to her marriage Friday
i at uie nome of her parents "was Miss
Molly Adeil HIdd. dauahter of Mr
and Mrs. H. R. Hipp of Warsaw. Mr.
Anaeraon u the ton of Mr. and Mrs
Dccomes Bride Of
In a double ring ceremony. Miss
, wouy Aaeu Hipp became the bride
- ox wuuam Ronald Anderson, Fri
day afternoon at 8:00 o'clock, in the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
; .-; Mrs. tt. R. Hlpp.s The vows were
spoKcn unaer a white arch inter
; twined with Ivy flanked by palms
end arrangements of white gladioli
; The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
.and Mrs. J. Joseph Anderson of
; Mount Olive. :? ;
Rev. Carlton Hinchi, pastor of
the bride, officiated.
, 5 Prior to the ceremony a program
of nuptial music was presented by
pianist, Mrs. McDonald Brock.
( The bride, givea in marriage by
her father, wore a street-length
. dress of imported Swiss organdy
featuring -self covered buttons and
a round neck. She carried a white
Bible topped with a yellow throated
oi chid. '
J Miss Marsha Hipp, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor and only
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MRS. GAYLORD LEON LEHMAN
is, the former Miss Margaret Faith
ronnson, daughter of the Rev. and
Mrs. L. L. Johnson of Masnolia. Hr
marriage to Mr. Lehman, son of
the Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Lehman of
toman, S. C, took place June 15
in the Siloam BaDtist Chumh nf
attendant She wore a street-length
orchid organdy dress and rarri.H
a lavendar and pink old fashioned
nosegay centered with pink carnations.
J. Joseph Anderson, father of th
bridegroom was best man.
The mother of the bride
a field blue sheer dress with black
accessories. She wore a corsage of
The mother of the brideeroom
wore a navy dress with white ar.
cessories and a corsage of white
The brideeroom. a graduate nf
Mount Olive High School, is a
Korean War Veteran and nlans tn
eflter radio and television school
Mrs. Anderson is a 1954 graduate
of Warsaw High School.
The CQUDle will make their home
in Mount Olive after a weddins
Immediately following the cere
mony the bride's parents entertain
ed at a reception with only the im
mediate families of the bride and
bridegroom attending the wedding
All white flowers and crystal
were used to decorate the home.
The bride's table was covered with
a white lace cloth and centered with
a white floral arransement flanked
by candelabra. On opposite ends of
tne tame was puncn Dowl and re
freshments of mints, nuts and brid
al cake. Mrs. D. S. Murohv. aunt
Of the bride, of Rose Hill, presided
over the punch bowl. Misses Peggy
Taylor. Peeey Korneeav. Nancy
Houston, Phyllis Anderson of Rose
Hill, and Joyce Anderson of Mount
Olive, friends of the bride, served.
For traveling the bride wore a
powder blue suit and white acces
sories with a white orchid corsage.
Home Ec. Meeting
Miss Eleanor Southerland. home
demonstration agent of Rowan
County, will be a North Carolina
delegate to the American Home
Economics Convention in San Fran
Cisco, California, July 5 - 10, and
will serve on the National Evalua
ting Committee. Before returninc
she plans to visit other parts of
California and Hawaii.
Miss Southerland is the daughter
of Mrs. Lawrence Southerland nf
MISS JEANNE FRANCES BROWN
engagement to Floyd Albert Jones,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson E. Jones
of Warsaw, is announced by her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas William
Brown of Clemson, S. C. An August
wedding is planned.
'MISS ALMA JEAN WHITFIELD'S
engagement to Corporal Jamei Edward
Wells of Fort. Jackson, S. C. is announced
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
RusseU Whitfield of Mount OUve. CpL .
Wells Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Preston Weils, also of Mount Olive. An
; August wedding is planned.
MRS. CHARLES LEE OVERMAN
ii the former Miss Betty Jean Davis,
tne daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom
javis oi Pink Hill. Her marriase
to Mr. Overman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Wood Overman of
Edenton, took place Saturday in
me rinK Hill Methodist Church
Get Him Off To A Good Start
Get him headed
toward success and
happiness via a sys
tematic savings oc
counr, A small
amount saved each
week can add up to
his college educa
tiona good fi
nancial start in life.
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State Lily Society
Meets In Warsaw
Thirty-four attended the N. C.
Lily Society meeting Sunday after
noon at 2 o'clock when they met
in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Edwin
P. Ewers of Warsaw.
Dr. George O. Doak of Chapel
Hill, president, presided.
After a short business discussion
Dr. H. R. Totten of Chapel Hill
introduced the sneaker. Mm fell
Appleberry, botonist and ornlthnln.
gist of Wilmington, who used as her
topic, A Layman Looks At Lilies."
Dr. Doak showed colored im.
oi Mies successfully grown by him-
sen and other people of Chapel Hill
Mrs. A. G. Kennedy of Siler Citv
Mrs. Jasper Phillips of Kinston and
Mrs. h. it. Totten of Chapel Hill,
members of the Lily Society,' made
reports on lilies they had crown.
A copy of the monthly news letter
puDlisned by the Lily Society wa
given to each guest
Mrs. Ewers "served devil ham in
pattie shells, cheese straws, oeean
wafers, date nut meringue and fruit
punch. Mrs. Bill Sheffield. Mn
George Doak and Mrs. E. C. Thom
pson, garden club presidents, served
punch. The dining table was deen.
rated with a mixed bouquet of sum-
MISS MARTHA JEAN WELLS is
the daughter of Mrs." James Ellis
Wells of Wallace and the Ute Mr.
Wells. Her engagement to James
Ross Sykes, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dwight R. Sykes, is announced by
ner motner. The weddin will tat
place September 4 in the Wallace
After refreshments Dr. Totten
and Dr. Ewers made indoor and
outdoor pictures. , .
Guests were Mrs. Clarence Brown.
Mrs. Hector McNeilL Mr. and Mr
E. C. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Sheffield, Mrs. Otto Matthews, Mr.
and Mrs. George Bennett Mrs. John
Frederick, Miss Sallie Bowden, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Potter. Mr. and Mra
Ross Wadkins. Mrs. Allen Drauehan.
Mrs. W. P. Bridges, Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Cavenaugh, Mrs. J. E. Wil
liams, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Kennedy.
of Siler City. Mrs. Cecil Apple
berry of Wilmington, Mrs. Jasper
Phillips and Mrs. Cecil Wooten of
Kinston. Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Totten.
Dr. and Mrs. George O. Doak and
Mrs. John Umstead of Chapel Hill.
In an informal ceremony at 8:30
o'clock Friday evening in the home
oi the bride s grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Faircloth. Mlas Helen
Jewel Faircloth. dauehter of Mr. it
Mrs. R. D. Faircloth, of Warsaw
became the bride of Byron Hill, son
of Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Hill of Ml
Rev. Paul H. Berwick, uncle of
the bride, of Mount Olive officiat
ed. Baskets of mixed summer flowers
were used in decorating the home
Given in marriage by her father,
the -bride wore a dress of ice blue
nylon organdy over blue satin fea
turlnff a round neck and self cover.
ed buttons in front She carried
satin covered Bible with white
orchid on top and satin streamers.
The bridegroom la sunerintendent
of Atlas Plywood, Inc. in Golds boro
wnere me coupie'wux mase ineir
Miss Pat Kornerav. bride-elect nf
July . was honored at a mlscellan.
eous snower or Htt Henrv Mid.
dleton at her home on Friday night
Arrangements of white aladlolaa.
fever few and ahasta daisies went
used throughout the home; Upon
arrival the honoree and her mother.
Mrs. Gordon Kornegay. were ere.
sen ted corsages. Mrs. Harry Phillips
directed tne games with the winners
presenting the gifts to the honoree.
' The honoree, was led Into another
room where (She, found an umbrella
laden with an assortment of gifts.
As the bride-elect onened her
gifts. Miss Helen Sutton recorded
her exclamations of surprise and
' Miss Sutton, bride-elect was re
membered with a piece of china in
her chosen pattern, Mrs. Middleton
assisted by Mesdamea, Harry and
Herman Phillips served cakes and
mints while Mrs. Kornegay poured
Those attending were: Mesdamea
Harry Phillips, Herman - Phillips,
Tommy Phillips, Norwood Phillips,
Kurus Bowaen, jrisner Carlton, Pat
PhilllDS and Emma Lockatriv. MIm
Ross Garner, Sadie Bennett, Mary
Ella Bennett. Rita Sutton and Helen
Sutton. j i
Ability To See -Is
Less after Sundovn
' Darkness .can be deceitful ' f.
anvers. warns the Mntm vhi.i.
Department Ability to sm ...
sharply after sundown. Many motor.
is are guilty or "overdriving"
their headlights, meaning they
could not stob their cars within th.
distance clearly illuminated hv their
Of 977 fatal traffic accident. m
North Carolina highways last year,
483 occurred during hours of dark,
ness, 451 in daylight SB at dusk and
21 at dawn.--- ; . : ''-""3,,
The roadway or street wai not
lighted in 378 of the 4B3 afbnut.i-v
accidents, the department noted. :
Drior tn fii.r minHaaa nM t..m- n -
the Teachly Presbyterian Church. .' V ? '-,
wa Miss Evelyn Wadsworth, dsugb-"
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John a Wad. - . i iJr.
worth of Teachey. Mr. Brady of Val
deta 1 sthe ton of the late Mr. and
Mrt. John P, Brady, y
The Wake Forest Collem Chnlr
travelled over 2.000 miles and made
over 80 appearances during Its 1894
spring tour in North Carolina. ...
istratlon .at Wake Forest College
has provisional membership la the
American Asaociatinn r-ii..i..
Schools of Business, the nation's
ouHianoinf accrediting agency for
uwwa u mat iype.
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now under construction on the new
Wake Forest College camous near
STOCK CAR RACES.
At The New 1
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At GOLDSBORO SPEEDWAY
' Saturday Night July 10 v
Warm Ups L 70 P. M.
Races v 8:45 P.M. , '
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