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exchange vows
Lisa Christine Morgan and Mark
Bennett Symons were united in
marriage October 2, at 4:00 p.m. at
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church by the Bev.
George Wilmore.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd B. Morgan of Winfall.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. John H. Symons Jr. of Winfall.
Wedding music was presented by
Barbara Layden and Kent Luton.
Pianist was Ira Hare.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a gown of organza,
accented by a stand-up collar em
be lished with schiffi embroidery and
an english net bodice adorned with
Venice lace and seed pearls, ex
tending to a natural waistline.
The leg-o-mutten sleeves of sheer
organza were accented with Venice
lace and seed pearls with cuffs of
english net, also accented with
Venice lace and pearls.
The skirt, featuring a sheer
organza overlay, swept into a
cathedral train edged in Venice lace
on a delicate ruffle attached to the
Her veil of illusion, fell to cathedral
length from a juliet cap which
complimented her gown. It wu also
lavished with seed pearls and mat
ching lace.
Deana Lynn Morgan was maid of
honor for her sister. Bridesmaids
were Holly Lane of Greenville, Patti
White of Hertford. Barbara Symons
of Greenville, sister of the groom,
and Cathy Symons of Raleigh, sister
in-law of the bridegroom.
John H. Symons Jr. was best man
for his son. Ushers were Darryl
Morgan of Wilmington, brother of the
bride, Dennis Symons of Raleigh,
brother of the groom, John H.
Symons III, brother of the groom of
Raleigh, and Herbert White of
Children in the wedding were
Missy Umphlett of Hertford and
Geoff Stallings of Greenville.
Mrs. Wade Morgan and Mrs.
Jeanne White were mistresses of
A reception was held on the lawn at
the home of the bride.
Following their wedding trip to the
Pocono Mts. in Pennsylvania, Mr.
and Mrs. Symons are making their
home at 211 Woodland Circle in
SKIN CARE ixn V just something you buy .
It's something
you learn.
Mary Kay Cosmetics
Call for a complimentary facial.
Peggy Rohrer at 426-92 1 7
Meads-Winslow unite
Miss Joy Marie Meads and Mr.
Jeffrey Wayne Winslow were united
in marriage September 25, by Rev.
Stanley Nixon in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence N. Winslow.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James M. Meads of Route 1,
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence N. Winslow of Route
1, Belvidere.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a gown of organza
trimmed with lace.
Maid of honor was Miss Syndee L.
Bateman of New Bern.
Mr. Lawrence Winslow served as
best man for his son.
A reception was held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Winslow.
After a wedding trip to Atlantic
Beach the groom left for Fort Ben
ning Georgia, where he is stationed
in the U. S. Army.
Senior calendar
The following is a list of activities
being scheduled for the Senior Center
located on Grubb St. in Hertford.
20 ? Bible study class, 1-3.
21 ? Blood pressures checked free,
9-12 & 2-5.
It's not so bad if your mind
.goes blank - if you remember
to turn off the sound.
24 ? Memory Lane Club luncheon
at Golden Corral in Elizabeth City,
11:30; Crochet 1-4.
25 ? Early Birds Breakfast Club at
Hertford Cafe 8 : 00.
26 ? Halloween Costume Bingo
(must wear costume to play Bingo) 2
27 ? Bible study class, 1-3.
Last week's Bingo winners were
Georgette Miles and Lillian Michael.
Braised pork loin
A delicious dish with a minimum of
preparation is this pork loin braised
in milk. The meat is fork tender and
the sauce is brown and nutty
flavored. Serve with steamed green
beans and wild rice.
C.intk's ( ornrr
Kdnu Wi?I?itIimi
Pork Braised in Milk
2Vi-Z lb. pork roast
1 Tbsp. vegetable oil
1 Tbsp. butter
freshly ground pepper
2 Vi cups milk
Heat oil and butter in a heavy
casserole or Dutch Oven. Brown pork
on all sides, season with salt and
Slowly pour 2Vi cups milk over
pork, cover with a lid leaving it a
little to the side so the steam can
escape. Cook slowly lVi-2 hours
turning several times.
When done remove pork to platter,
stir to smooth out the sauce,
loosening the brown bits in the bot
tom of the pan. Slice and pour sauce
over the meat.
Experiment with the following
marinade for pork loin roast. The
meat should marinate at room
temperature for several hours prior
to cooking (or you can actually soak
it in the marinade overnight in the
The following proportions are for a
5 lb. pork loin roast ? of course you
may divide or double according to
the pound weight. Serve with wild
rice and fresh steamed green beans
or broccoli.
P. A.'s Pork Roast
5 lb. pork loin roast
1 can consomme'
1 soup can Soy sacue
3 cloves garlic, minced
3-4 Tbsp. brown sugar
Cook roast in marinade in a slow
oven (325) for three hours. It is most
important that you baste the roast
constantly If the roast starts to
brown too fast, cover lightly with foil.
Serves 4-6.
(Have a butcher remove the rib '
bones ? barbecue them for use at a
later time. Use the boneless portion ;
in this dish.)
Keaton-Barefoot to wed
Miss Bobbie Jean Keaton,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R.
Keaton of Hertford, and Steve Walton
Barefoot, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Warren H. Barefoot of Benson, will
be married Saturday, October 22, at 2
o'clock in the afternoon at Hertford
Baptist Church.
Miss Keaton is a 1980 graduate of
Perquimans County High School and
attended College of The Albemarle
and St. Mary's College.
Mr. Barefoot is a 1975 graduate of
South Johnson High School and at
tended N. C. State University, where
he graduated with honors with a bio
chmemistry d^ree. He is currently
employed with Hill Top Farm Supply
in Benson as sales manager.
Friends and relatives of the couple
are invited to attend. No invitations
are being sent locally.
The Record Speaks For Itself . . .
12 Years of Service and Involvement
in Hertford.
Re-Elect Bill Cox as Mayor.
Your Support w III be greatly appreciated.
Paid for by the Committee to Re-Elect Bill Cox.
*For qualified applicants purchasing
under our revolving charge financing
plan through General Electric Credit
Oporation which calls for a finance
charge determined at an Annual Per
centage Rate of 18 0% with a Minimum
Finance Charge of $0

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