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Mrs. Carlton Niven, Social Reporter, 875-3785
Martha Ann Hendrix Is Bride
Of James P. McMillan III
Miss Martha Ann Hendrix and
James Pink McMillan spoke their
wedding vows Sunday. December
21. before the Rev. Gordon W.
Ruggles in the Sandy Grove United
Colonial pedestals with urns
tilled with white gladioli, chrysan
themums and pompoms, seven
branched candelabra with candles
in hurricale globes, and red poin
settias formed the setting for the
four o'clock ceremony.
Music for the double ring cere
mony was rendered by Mrs. Gor
don Kuggles of Raeford. soloist,
and Miss Jane Barnes of Raleigh,
at the piano.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a formal gown
designed in crystaltone and sculp
tured Venice lace. Satin ribbon
insertions through lace appliques
were used on the ruffled, plunge
neckline, outlined the Camelot
sleeves, and a double row encircled
the empire waistline. The full
circular skirt extended into a
chapel train. Her Camelot cap,
covered with matching lace ban
deau.helda chapel-length mantilla
veil. She carried a colonial bouquet
of roses, gypsophila and red carna
tions. centered with a white orchid.
Miss Cheryl Ann Stutts of Red
Springs, maid of honor, wore a
gown of holiday red interlock
jersey. The floor-length halter dress
was fashioned with soft A-line skirt
and high empire bodice with
plunging neckline. Her matching
bolero jacket with long, fitted
sleeves was trimmed with white
cluny lace. She wore a white fur
headdress and carried a colonial
bouquet of red carnations, white
pompons and holly.
Bridesmaids were Miss Kathy
Hendrix. sister of the bride, and
Miss I inda McMillan, the bride
groom's sister. Their dresses were
made like the honor attendant's
and they carried white fur muffs
adorned with red carnations and
Christmas holly nosegays with red
The bridegroom w as attended by
his father ;is best man. Ushers were
loin Young of' Greenville. S.C..
and David Hendrix. brother of the
I he bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Samuel Brown Hendrix
of Raeford. and is a graduate of
Hoke County High School.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J.P. McMillan Jr. of Red
Springs, was graduated from Red
Springs High School and Presby
terian College in Clinton. S.C. He
is employed by Derring-Milliken
Mills in Greenville. S.C.
I he couple will be at home at the
Broadmoore Apartments in Green
I Ik- bride's parents held a
reception in the church annex,
following the ceremony.
Mrs Brown Hendrix Jr. presided
at the truest register.
Serving as hostesses were Mrs.
l.rnest I Davis. Mrs. J.A. Jones.
Mrs. James Hendrix Jr.. Mrs.
Jiniim Webb. Mrs. David Hendrix
and Mrs Jerr> Ciaudet.
Mrs. William Stutts. Mrs. fcddie
( urrie. Mrs. Douglas Currie and
Miss C beryl Stutts of Red Springs,
were hostesses at a luncheon for the
Mrs. James P. McMillan. Ill
bride on Saturday at the Ramada
Inn in Lumberton.
Miss Hendrix received a bridal
corsage and a silver cake knife from
her hostesses. She presented gifts to
Mr. and Mrs. J.P. McMillan Jr.
entertained the wedding party with
a steak dinner at the Country Shed
in Lumber Bridge on Saturday
night, after the rehearsal.
The bridegroom presented gifts
to his attendants during the
evening. The bridal couple received
gifts from his parents.
The 30 guests climaxed the
evening by singing Christmas
carols, led by Mr. McMillan.
Out of town guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Young of Greenville.
S.C.. and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Gaudet of Charlotte.
Holiday Open' House
At Inverleith Farm
Mr. and Mrs. John Bxlfour and
Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Willcox were
hosts for a holiday open house on
Friday. December 19. at the Bal
four home on Inverleith Farm.
Hurricane globes with lighted
green candles and tied with green
bows, lined the driveway to the
house and parking area and lighted
The color scheme used through
out the home was blue and green.
Stockings filled with blue and green
packages decorated the outside
front door and both doors into the
Mr, and Mrs. Bob Childress have
as their guests this week Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde Mollohan of Ravens
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Berdcr Niven were Mrs. Patsy Rice
of Lake Waccamaw, Mrs. John
Short of Fayetteville, Mr. and Mrs.
Danny Aiken and daughter, Billie,
and Miss Cathy Conrad of Ft.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood. Mrs.
Ruria Warner and Mrs. J.M.
Andrews have returned from a pre
holiday trip to Williamsburg, Va.
The hosts received their guests in
the living room where the Christ
mas tree, done with green satin
ornaments and miniature green
lights, was the dominant decora
tion. A large wreath with cerubs
and gold fruit was hung over the
Guests were served in the dining
room from a table covered with a
blue cloth over a green skirt. A blue
and green holiday arrangement
Hanked by candles centered the
table. An assortment of homemade
cookies and confections, cheese
biscuits, miniature patty shells with
seasfood and sour cream filling,
and fruit cake were served with
In the den the bar held a
collection of wooden candlesticks in
various heights, all with lighted
green candles and green bows.
Goodbyes were said in the game
room where a green wall tree was
decorated with candy canes and
stockings filled with crocheted
ornaments. A door wreath of calico
patchwork added to the festive
Entertaining hours were from
3:30 to 4:30 in the afternoon and 6
until 10 in the evening. About 400
Friends of the hosts assisted with
greeting, serving and goodbyes.
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Llwood Penny of
Greenville, have announced the
engagement of their daughter.
Deborah Denette, to Hobert
Ijiwrence Lundy. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bobbie D. Lundy of Sanford.
The wedding will take place at the
Arlington Street Baptist Church in
Greenville on January IS. 1976. Mr.
Lundy is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
A.J. Lundv of Raeford.
An niversa ry
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Shankle cele
drated their 40th wedding anniver
sary December 19 with their chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shankle
and son Chris of Raleigh. Mr. and
Mrs. Fletcher Wright of Greens^
boro, and Mr. and Mrs. Andy
Forloines and daughter Amy of
Clarksville. Va. Their other son,
Jimmy, and family are in England
with the U.S. Air Forrp
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wilkerson
announce the birth of a daughter.
Vera Leanne, December 21 at Moore
Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Wilkerson is
the former Ann Richards.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar W. Lefler of
Hcndersonville, Tenn. announce the
birth of a son, Jason Alvin. on
December 19, 1975. Mrs. Lefler is
the former Linda Peoples of Raeford.
Mrs. J.K. McNeill Sr. home Sat.
Mrs. J.E. Douglas, home
Mrs. Dan Wilkes
Mr. and Mrs. John Lester and family
arc spending Christmas with his
mother, Mrs. L.M. Lester.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sentcr arrived
home Friday from Abingdon, Va.
Mrs. Lilnia G. Taylor and daughter
Trent of Alexandria, Va.. arrived
Wednesday to spend the holiday
weekend with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Gatlin.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fogleman Jr. and
sons of Greensboro, and Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Dickson of Raleigh, will
spend Christmas with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dickson.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson of
Raleigh, and Capt. and Mrs. Martin
Beach and children of Ft. Bragg, will
spend the holidays with their
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gatlin.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sain Morris
are her mother, Mrs. A.A. Pernell of
Louisburg, and their daughter. Miss
Sarah Morris of Virginia Beach. Va.
and Mike Wood's
Smokers Need More
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a pack of Kent, reach tor j
vitamin C-neh orange. loo.
?\ ppa rent Iv . smoking
reduce-, i he bod>'s
tit ili/at ion of vitamin C b>
4 0 This interference
factor probablv makes
other vitamins and
minerals kss available to
the bod). also.
Ihe smoking habit does
not it sell jctuallv destro)
the vitamin, but rather the
vitamin become* less like|>
it> Iv absorbed into the
s> stent as a result. Tlius
the smoker who can't or
w o n 't >i op sin ok ing
restores more C than
Add a citrus fruit or a
vitamin (' tablet to your
next "coffee and cigarette
break." You may be one
vvlm needs it'
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