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Many Friends Attend
Wedding Miss Vick
. A beautiful wedding took place at
the Hertford Methodist Church on
Saturday morning at 11:00 o'clock
when Miss Louise Millbrooke Vick
became the bride of Mr. Theodore
Henry Keidanz, in the presence of a
large gathering of friends.
The church was tastefully decorat
ed in "Queen Anne's lace" and other
white flowers and ferns, and was
softly lighted by tall candles.
Miss Kate M. Blanchard, of Hert
ford, at the organ played as the
guests were assembling, Schubert's
"Serenade" and Herbert's "Ah! Sweet
Mystery of Life."
Immediately before the entrance of
the bridal party L. W. Anderson sang
"At Dawning," by Cadman and
"L'Amour, Troujours, L'Amour," by
During the ceremony "0 Perfect
Love," by Baraby was softly played.
The bridal party entefed the
church to the strains of "The Bridal
Chorus" from Lohengrin, and Men-
delsshon s Wedding March was play
ed as a recessional.
The bride had as her maid of honor
her only sister, Miss Helen Vick,
who wore a dress of blue silk organ
die with white accessories and car
ried an arm bouquet of garden flow
ers. There were two bridesmaids, Miss
Anne Keidanz, of Dayton, Ohio, a
sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. E.
G. McMullan, of New Bern, a cousin
of the bride.
Miss Keidanz was dressed in yel
low silk organdie, with accessories to
match. Her flowers were an arm
bouquet of garden flowers.
Mrs. McMullan wore pink silk or
gandie with matching accessories and
carried an arm bouquet of garden
The ushers, J. H. Towe and W. H.
Pitt, both of Hertford, lighted the
candles. The bridegroom had as his
best man Abner Landis, of New
The bride, who entered the church
on the arm of her father, wore a
lovely gown of white satin, made
Princess style, with a long veil ar
ranged with a coronet and orange
The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. B. P. Robinson, pastor of
the Hertford M. E. Church.
Immediately after the ceremony a
luncheon was served at the home of
the bride's parents, the guests includ
ing, in additon to the bridal party,
the out-of-town guests, relatives and
-a few intimate friends.
, -Mr. and Mrs. Keidanz spent several
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days at Nags Head and also visited
in Hertford this week. They will be
at home later in New York City,
where the bridegroom is engaged in
real estate business and the bride
holds a position as general cashier at
the Hotel New Yorker.
The bride is the eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mr J. S. Vick, of Hert
ford. For several years she has heid
a position in New York, making fre
quent visits to her old home in Hert
ford, where she has many friends.
The bridegroom is a son of the
late Dr. E. H. Keidanz and Mrs.
Keidanz, of New York City. He is a
graduate of the University of Michi
gan and a member of the Quarter
deck. For several years he has been
engaged in the real estate business
in New York.
Among the out-of-town guests at
the wedding were: J. T. Robbins,
Irving Robbins, J. T. Robbins, Jr.,
Miss Grace Robbins, Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Jackson, of Pantego; Mr. and
Mrs. E. G. McMullan, of New Bern;
Miss Helen Vick and Abner Landis.
of New York; Miss Anne Keidanz,
of Dayton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. G. S.
Keidanz, of Philadelphia, Pa.
Among the out-of-town people vis
iting Mrs. T; R. Winslow on Sunday
were her mother, Mrs. Ellen Byruni,
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Byrum. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Goodwin, of Edenton.
Mrs. Giles Kornegay, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
R. Winslow, for the last two weeks,
will return to her home at Burgaw
on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W- Hefren and
Miss Marjory Hefren, accompanied
by Mrs. Owen Morgan, of Raleigh,
spent Sunday at Nags Head.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Cuthrell and
children, Catherine, Jeannette and
John, and Miss Marjorie Mattox, of
Norfolk, Va., spent the day with
Mrs. Cuthrell's sister, Mrs. W. M.
Morgan,- on Sunday.
Grady Spivey and Rufus White
spent Sunday at Nags Head.
Among those attending the Nor
folk-Richmond game in Norfolk, Va.,
on Sunday were B. C. Berry, Douglas
Darden, Rosser Brinn, and Herman
Mrs. H. C. Sullivan is visiting her
mother, Mrs. J. W. Darden.
Mrs. Owen Morgan, of Raleigh, and
Mrs. Frank Young, of Asheville, are
visiting their mother, Mrs. R. Q.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Price and
Carl, Jr., of Columbus, Ohio, left
Monday after spending several days
with Mrs. R. M. Fowler.
Misses Mary, Thelma and Dorothy
Elliott and Frances Fowler spent
Monday in Norfolk, Va.
NORGE Before
Phone or .Wire Uo Collect
The Station That Gives Service" Edenton, N. C.
Mrs. Henry Clay Stokes and Mrs.
T. L. Jessup spent last week in St
Paul's visiting Mrs.: Stokes' parents,
Mr. and Mrs,, W. A. Felton. , -
Mrs. Irving White went to Suffolk,
Va on Wednesday, to spend several
days with her daughter, Mrs. Jimmy
Henry Clay Stokes spent Tuesday
in Norfolk, Va. " ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Whedbee
went to Nags Head on Sunday to
spend several days..
-Mrs. Lloyd Horton has returned to
her home at Plymouth, after a visit
to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Mrs. Guy Newby and three daugh
ters, Misses Jessie Tayloe, Prue and
Frances, are spending the week at
Nags Head.
Mrs. F;red Morrell ' and her little
daughter, Jacqueline Anne, returned
to their home at High Point on Sun
day after a visit to Mrs. Morrell's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nach
man. Mrs. T. J. Nixon, Jr., Miss Helen
Nixon, Hollowell and Frances Nixon
are at Nags Head for a week.
Miss Katherine Fleetwood, who is
attending summer school at E. C. T.
T., Greenville, will spend the week
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. J. Fleetwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Hester, who
were .recently married, have returned
from their wedding trip and are oc
cupying rooms in the home of Mrs. R.
W. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Brinkley, of
Plymouth, were week-end guests of
Mrs. Brinkley's mother, Mrs. Nathan
Rev. E. T. Jilson, rector" of Holy
Trinity Episcopal Church, and Mrs.
Jilson left Tuesday for Wakefield, R.
I. They will spend the next three
months at their summer . cottage
there. .
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Carruthers, of
Charlottesville, Va., spent Tuesday
in Hertford, visiting Mrs. P. H
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Fleetwood and
their son, Seth, Jr., of Raleigh, will
arrive Sunday to visit Mr. Fleet
wood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Edwards, of
Greenville, spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. C. Edwards.
Wm. H. Hardcastle, Jr., will return
Sunday from a month's stay at Nags
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Winslow and
their little daughter, Lois, spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Weston,
at Belvidere.
Mrs. J. H. Towe, Jr., and her little
son, Joe, will leave Sunday to visit
Mrs. Towe'8 parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Pritchard, near Elizabeth City.
Mrs. J. R. Parker has returned to
her home in Norfolk, Va., after. a
visit to her mother, Mrs. J. R.
Wright, at Belvidere.
Alice Weston, of Belvidere, is
spending some time in Portsmouth,
Va,. visiting relatives.
You Buy
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Goodwin
and son,: Raymond i Jr., ! and Miss
Jessie Ruth Bunch spent Sunday af
ternoon; with Mr. and , Mrs.vE. N.
Chappell. ,
Harry Chappell, who teaches at
Newton, spent the vacation with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Chap
pell. Clarence Chappell, Elihu Chappell,
Mrs. W. W. Chappell and H. I. Ward
were recent visitors to relatives in
Rich Square and Woodland.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Ward and fam
ily were recent visitors with relatives
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Chappell and
children visited Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Chappell Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Chappell and
son, Thomas, spent Saturday after
noon in Elizabeth City. 1
Mrs. W. P. Chappell and son, Har
ry, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Hendron.
Miss Alice Ferrell has returned
home after spending sometime with
her grandmother, Mrs. Maggie Lowe.
The Y. W. A.' of the Woodville
Baptist Church will meet Friday
evening at 8:00 o'clock. Mrs. O. J.
Murphy, of Elizabeth City, will be
present and' the young people are
urged to attend.
Mrs. G. W. Gregory, of Woodville,
who has been ill for several days, is
much improved now.
Mrs. Hobbs, of Parkville, mother of
Mrs. Addie Bright, is quite sick.
Mrs, Sadie Ludford, of Okisko, is
very much better.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alexander
spent Monday morning in Hertford.
Mrs. Eula Perry, with a party of
friends, is in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mrs. Walter Perry and Mrs. John
Asbell were in Hertford Sunday af-
Mrs. J. A. Meads, of Weeksville, is
spending several days with her moth
er, Mrs. Mary Bray, of Woodville.
Mrs. Ralph Merger, &fr. and Mrs.
Moody Harrell spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gregory,
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I Mrs. Roy Branch, of Norfolk, Va.,
is spending th week with her moth
r, Mrs. P. L. Griflto, . v
Mr. and Mrs.. E. P. Stallings and
daughters, Misses Myrtle; and Doro
thy, spent Monday afternoon wtyh
friends here.
s.i Miss Emma .Deal and Miss Wilma
Cope land have returned after a de
lightful visit to Mrs. Bessie White, at
Quite a number went over to Eli
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Priced Right For Quality Goods
Hertford, N. C.
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'-MrsY Bertha -"Whitehead and daugh
ter, Miss Allie Whitehead, We re
turned after. a"' pleasant visit . with
friends In Raleigb. .T ' -
Mr- and Mrs. J. S. MeNider, , of
Hertford spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. White, at Woodville. -
Walton Whitehead spent the week
end with his mother, Mrs. P. L.
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