Mrs. Steve Phillips. Social Reporter. 875*4171
Miss Conoly, Mr. Hicks Pledge
Wedding Vows Here Saturday
oan trances (Jonoly became the
bride of James Edward Hicks on
Saturday. April 10. at 3:00 p.m., in
the Raeford Presbyterian Church.
Dr. John C. Ropp officiated for the
double ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Earl F. Conoly of
Raeford. The bridegroom's parents
are Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley
Hicks. Jr. of Richmond, Va.
An arrangement of white
gladioli, chrysanthemums, pom
pons. and Easter lilies graced the
altar. Two seven-branched colonial
candelabra were placed on the sides
of the altar arrangement and a
double kneeling bench was used in
front. Colonial globes with burning
tapers marked family pews.
Chris Watkins, organist, and
Wayne Clay, vocalist, of Southern
Pines provided nuptial music.
Selections included "The Greatest
of These Is Love", "Entreat Me
Not To Leave Thee - Song of
Ruth", and "The Lord's Prayer."
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride was attired in a formal
gown of organza, chiffon, and
Venise lace. The bodice featured a
V-neckline outlined in lace, a
natural waistline adorned with
lace, and full-length chiffon Bishop
sleeves cuffed at the wrist and
enhanced with lace motifs. The
flowing skirt was lavishly adorned
with lace and extended into a
chapel-length train. A deep chiffon
ruffle bordered the hemline of the
gown. The bride chose an elbow
length veil of illusion attached to a
Venise lace cap scattered with seed
pearls. She carried a colonial
bouquet of white carnations, roses
and gypsophila, centered with an
Mrs. Elaine Burwell of Pinehurst
served as matron of honor. Brides
maids were Mrs. Sandra Russell of
Raeford and Miss Susan Blackman
of Fayetteville. They were attired in
formal dresses of Nordic rose matle
Jersey with matching Chantilly lace
jackets and carried an arm bouquet
of Easter lilies with gypsophila and
Honorary bridesmaids were the
sisters of the bride, Mrs. Sharon
Nichols and Mrs. Brenda Sandy of
Raeford. They wore floor-length
dresses and carried arm bouquets
of Easter lilies.
Mr. Hicks served as his son's
best man. Ushers were David
Hicks, brother of the bridegroom,
of Richmond. Va., David Conoly
and Steve Conoly. brothers of the
bride, both of Raeford.
After a wedding trip to Chesa
peake Bay. Virginia, and Washing
ton. D.C., the couple will reside in
The bride is a graduate of Hoke
High School, East Carolina Uni
versity. and UNC - Chapel Hill. She
is presently employed in Special
Education at Southern Pines
Mrs. James Edward Hicks
The bridegroom, a graduate of
Varina High School, Virginia Poly
technical Institute, and State Uni
versity, Virginia, is employed as
coach and physical education
teacher at Southern Pines Middle
The parents of the bride enter
tained at a reception in the Church
Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Bill Bare
foot, Mrs. J.R. Conoly. Mrs.
Harold Monroe, and Mrs. R.L.
Conoly assisted in serving cake and
punch. The bride's book was kept
by Mrs. Sharon Nichols and Mrs.
Brenda Sandy. Tea girls were
Misses Angela Conoly. Shelia
Monroe, Pam Woodell and
On Saturday. April 3, the bride
and her attendants, the mother of
the bride, and the grandmothers of
the bride were honored with a
lunche >n at the home of Mrs. J.R.
Conoly. Hostesses were the aunts of
the bride. Mrs. J.R. Conoly. Mrs.
Harold Monroe. Mrs. R.L. Conoly.
and Mrs. William Barefoot.
Tables were set for twelve in the
dining room and living room and
were centered with mixed arrange
ments of pink. white and cranberry
The hostesses' gift to the bride
was a vegetable bowl in her chosen
pattern. The bride presented gifts
to her attendants at this time.
The bridegroom's parents hosted
a dinner party on Friday evening
for members of the wedding party
TO LIVE WITH^
Home Economics Extension Agent
Tuesday, April 20, 1982, 12:10
p.m. - Business Girls Extension
Homemakers Club Meeting.
-2:30 p.m. ? Raedeen Extension
Homemakers Club Meeting.
-7:30 p.m. - Phillipi Extension
Homemakers Club meeting.
Thursday, April 22, 1982, S:00
p.m. - North Raetord Extension
Homemakers Club Meeting.
Hint: Bring water to boiling
point, then shut off gas or electri
city and put in noodles. Cover
tightly lor twenty minutes, stir
once, this way you save on gas or
DID YOU KNOW THAT...
Basic patterns that are used over
and over should be 'bonded' to
preserve them. This applies to
favorite blouses, skirts, pants, tops,
suits, etc. The process makes
patterns much easier to handle
when pinning them to fabric. And
they can still be put back into the
envelope for later use. Below are
the steps that couldn't take more
than a few minutes!
1. Place a piece of white tissue
paper (old or new) on your ironing
board. (For large pattern pieces,
overlap sheets of tissue).
2. Lay a piece of a clear plastic
cleaner's bag on the tissue.
3. With your hands, smooth out
a wrinkled pattern piece on top.
4. Press the pattern with a dr>.
hot iron ? once over lightly.
Magically - this fuses the layers
together. (Avoid touching the
plastic with the iron or you might
become unhappy, temporarily!)
5. Trim off the excess tissue to
the cutting line. Great idea, for
? ? ?
Gathering thread will never
break if you zig-zag over a string or
coarse thread on the seamline on
the wrong side of fabric. With this
method gathers are finer and
prettier, and so easy to pull up the
string. They stay where you place
them, too - without the seam
allowance curling. Use this trick
not only for the top of gathered
skirts and for gathering dust ruffles
- but also for little jobs ...such as a
bodice gathered to a yoke, and a
long sleeve gathered to a band.
This is a real labor-saver!
? * *
You'll never have to thread a
machine needle again, if you use
this trick! Cut the thread at the
spindle. Tie on the new thread
color with a tight knot. Grasp and
pull the thread thai is through the
needle - in the direction that the
needle is threaded. The knot will
slide through the complete thread
ing. ..even through the needle!
Saves time and eyesight!
For the first time Extension is
ottering an educational technique
to North Carolina citi/cns so they
can study at the convenience. This
educational aid will help indivi
duals to develop management skills
in handling time and money. They
are good tor families and indivi
duals. We have 2 sets of tour tapes
with a lesson on each side. One
tape at a time per client can he
checked out on a 10 day loan basis.
Tapes can he mailed or picked up
at the Extension office. Along with
the tapes each user w ill he given a
booklet "Controlling your Family's
Money." Following are the topics
of the tapes:
Budgeting for Success.
Successful Time Management.
Saving and Investing.
Money and Time Management
for the Two Paycheck Family.
Honiemakers and the Law.
Call Ellen Willis. Home Econo
mics Extension Agent. 875-21 b2 for
further information or to request a
Richards-Bundy Nuptials Spoken
In Presbyterian Church Sunday
I Me wedding vows of Audrey
Joanne Bundy of Raeford and
David Lee Richards of Clayton
were exchanged on April 11, at
3:00 p.m., in the Raeford Presby
terian Church. Dr. John C. Ropp
was the officiating clergyman for
the double ring ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Archie E. Bundy of
Fayetteville and the granddaughter
of Mr. and Mrs. H.T. Bundy of
The bridegroom is the son of Coy
Lee Richards of Raeford and the
late Vera Richards.
A program of traditional wed
ding music was presented by Chris
Watkins, organist, and Lester
Southern, vocalist, who sang "The
Wedding Song", "That's The
Way", and "The Lord's Prayer".
The church altar was centered
with an arrangement of pink
carnations, white gladioli, and
white daisies, backed by a cande
labra and flanked by spiral candel
abra on either side. A single
kneeling bench, potted ferns, and
the Unity candles completed the
altar arrangement. Nosegays of
carnations and daisies marked the
family pews. Mrs. Ann Garner of
Red Springs directed the wedding.
The bride was given in marriage
by her grandfather, H.T. Bundy.
She was attired in a formal gown or
organza and Venise lace fashioned
with a draped shoulder neckline,
puffed sleeves, and fitted bodice,
all trimmed with Venise lace. The
full dropped-waisted skirt was en
hanced with scattered lace flowers
and extended into a chapel-length
train. She wore a Venise lace cap
with a three-tiered veil and carried
a nosegay bouquet of white roses,
stephanotis, babies' breath, and
Lorelei W. Dean of Laurinburg
served as matron of honor and Lisa
Crowder of Raeford, as maid of
honor. They wore formal dresses of
lavender pointed 'estrit lace with a
Bertha collar worn off the shoulder
and banded with Chantilly lace. A
satin ribbon was tied at the waist
and shoulders. The flounced
hemline was also banded with
Chantilly lace. They carried nose
gay bouquets of pink carnations,
white daisies, and purple violets
with lace streamers.
Bridesmaids, whose attire was
like that of the honor attendants,
were Ann Wilkerson. sister of the
bridegroom, of Charlotte. Cindy
Hughes of Rockingham, and Jenny
Gibson of Raeford.
Mr. Richards was his son's best
man. Ushers were H.T. Bundy.
brother of the bride, of Fayetteville:
Chuck Davis of Raeford; Phillip
Cole of Ashley Heights; and
Tommy Wilkerson, brother - in -
law of the bridegroom, of Char
Child attendants were Leanne
and Lori Wilkerson. nieces of the
bridegroom, as flower girls, and Joe
Orti/., ring bearer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jose Ortiz of Raeford. The
flower girls carried white baskets
with pink carnations and white
daisies and wore long white dresses
trimmed with pink ribbons.
The mother of the bride chose a
sleeveless baby blue gown featuring
a V-neckline and empire waistline
and wore a corsage of white
The couple will make their home
The bride is a 1975 graduate of
Hoke High School and a 1981
graduate of Pembroke State Uni
versity with a BS degree in Special
Education. She is employed with
the Johnston County Public School
The bridegroom is a 1974 grad
uate of Hoke High School and a
1979 graduate of Appalachian
State University with a BS degree in
Recreation. He is employed by the
Town of Clayton Recreation De
partment as Athletic Director.
Immediately following the wed
ding. a reception was held in the
Church Fellowship Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Southern
greeted guests. Assisting in serving
were Mrs. Louise McMinis. Mrs.
Dixie Bundy. Mrs. Delores
Walker. Mrs. Betty McDonald,
and Mrs. Ann Garner.
HAZEL KA Y TOURS
Disney World *120
Dates: Mar. 11-21, April 22
25, May 27 30, Jum 11-13,
July 22-25, At*. 12-15 and
April 1-4 ? Nashville & Grond Ole
Other Dotes: Jane 3-6 - 17-20, Jaly
22 25, Aa?. 5-1, Sapt. *-12, and
April 16-11 ? Renfro Valley Ken
tucky & The Renfro Volley Jom
May Hirowfii October - World's Fair
*135 ? *140
HAZEL KAY TOURS
Call Mary R. Maples
Mrs. David Lee Richards
Mrs. Lorelei W. Dean and Mrs.
Delores Walker hosted a brides
maids' luncheon on April 3 at the
The April meeting of the Raeford
United Daughters of the Con
federacy Chapter was held at the
home of Mrs. Kate Stevens with
Mrs. Mary McNeill, as co-hostess.
Mrs. Treva Koonce presided and
led the devotional, the ritual,
Allegiance to the United States
Hag. and salutes to the N.C. and
Mrs. Aline Wright called at
tention to the Madalyn Murray
O'Hair petition to stop the reading
of the gospel on the airways. Form
letters were distributed and mem
bers were asked to sign and mail
them protesting the approval by the
Federal Communication Commis
Announcement was made that
the yearly scrapbook was dedicated
to Mrs. Ruria Warner. Plans were
made for the district meeting to be
held in Dunn on April 23. Mem
bers were urged to attend.
The program leader. Mrs. Aline
Wright, presented an interesting
program on the Chimborazo Hos
pital. It was the world's largest
military hospital of its time located
in Richmond, Virginia, and was a
self-supporting unit from 1862
1865. Miss Isabel McFadyen read
the poem of the month, "We're
During the social hour, the
hostesses served a sweet course with
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. M.V. Peele were Mike and
Delaine Peckham of Chapel Hill;
Mr. and Mrs. David Scull and
Randy. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peele
and children, Steve and Leah, and
John Hill. Jr., all of Raeford.
home of Jenny Gibson. They
presented the honoree with a silk
corsage of pink roses, violets, and
yellow daisies, and with an electric
Members of The Woman's Club
Garden Department met .*pril 6, at
the Lester Building in Raeford at
8:00 p.m. Chairman Shirley
Maxwell conducted the meeting.
The program was a white elephant
auction. Plans were made for the
May 18 tour of Fayetteville Tech
nical Institute's Rose Garden fol
lowed by dinner out.
Officers announced for the 1982
83 year were as follows: Co-chair
persons, Charlotta King and
Marilyn Fowler; Treasurer, Caro
line Shook; and Secretary, Linda
Steed. Hostesses for the evening
were Kay Meyers and Juanita
Edmund. Joyce McDiarmid won
the door prize.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Phillips and
children Brad and Brooke of
Asheboro spent Saturday with Mrs.
W.C. Phillips and Bill, and Mrs.
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