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Y. W. A.'s Meet With
Miss Frances Edens
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The Addie Bostic Y. W. A. of
the First . Baptist church held
their regular moving -Monday |
night at 7:30 at the hoirieof Miss,
Minutes were read and roll
c.alled by Miss Betty Hayes.
The Scripture lesson was read i
by Virginia Cole, this was follow j
ed with a short prayer.
A playlett on "State Minions"
wa:i presented by Misses Betty
Hayes, Bc:ty Davis. Frances Lind
say and Frances Kdens.
The meeting was closed with]
prayer by Mrs. Ai Dunn.
A social period was enjoyed
during which time delicious re
fre^hments tyete served.
Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Trogdon of j
Fayette'vllle announce the 'en
gagement of their daughter,
Mary Frances, to Charles Kugene
Wright. son of Mr, and Mrs. J A.
Wright of Kings Mountain. The
wedding will take place Septem
By Gage. I Ins clever
clocli;? with its velvet
faced writing quill gives
the boys an extra excuse
to sign up for good. In
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$3.95 !o $12.95
FORT MILL. S. C. ? A' lovely,
?wedding of wide int?rest was
that of Miss Josephine Culp of
Fort Mill to Rev. Allison Wil
liams of Atlanta, which took
place Thursday evening, August
31; at 7:30 o'clock at Unity Pres
byterian church here.
The ceremony was performed
before a background of Wood- j
wardia, Oregon fern, and' other j
greenery >vith arrangements of
white eaila lilies, chrysanthe
mums. gladoli,' and asters in sil
ver urns completing the setting. |
Special petta were marked with i
miniature bouquets of flowers. 1
The double ring service was
used. Rev.-S. P. Bowles, pastor of
the bride, officiated, assisted by
Rev. P. D. Patrick of Kings Moun
tain, N. C.
Mrs. George Potts, organist,
and 'M. A. Mills, Jr., soloist, pre
sented a program of nuptial mu
sic. Prior to the ceremony Mrs.
Potts played "Prelude No. 1,"
Bach-Gounod, "Indian Love Call"
Cadman, 'Meditation," from
Thar'-s "Massanet," "At Pawn
ing," Cadnian, "Prayer" from
Hansel and Gretel," Hump-;
erdlnck, "Oh, Thou Sublime, |
Sweet Evening Star," Wagner,
"Calm as the Night", Bohm,
"Chorale." Caesar Franek, "Noc
turne In E Flat", Chopin, and
"White Orchids," Cooke. During
the ceremony "To A Wild Rose")
was softly played. The bridal i
chorus from "Lohengrin," Wag- |
ner, Avas used for the procession- '
a! and the wedding march from
Mendelssohn's "A Midsummer j
Night's Dream" was used as the j
recessional. Mr. Mills sang "My !
World." GeehL. and "The Wed- ,
ding Prayer," Dunlap.
Rev. Charles Sill of St. Paul, j
N. C;, was best man.
Usher ? groomsmen were O. T. j
Culp, Jr., Of Forr* MiIl. cousin of ?
the, bride, W. Ben Ardrey III of |
Fort. Mill. Charles Henry. Jr.. of ;
HiAtfanwSftn. ? Tcniv,
law. of the bridegroom, William
R. Jordon of Atlanta, Phillip Cook
<>f Atlanta, and Rev. William
Kr.vder of Abbeville, S. C.
Miss Bobbie Cathcart of And-,
erson, S. C., was maid of honor.
She wore a strapless dress of;
Pantomine purple fashioned of ;
satin ,-ind nyloYi net. The tight- j
fitting bodice ended in a . full :
skirt of several layers of nylon
net oyer satin. The fitted jacket |
was trimmed in self covered but' j
tons anil the neckline was finish
ed with a Victorian collar. She
carried a cascade bouquet of rose
asters ind pink tuberoses tied
with cerise satin ribbon.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Char
les Henry. Jr., of Chattanooga,
Tenn., sister of the bridegroom.
Eulnilvi With u
K E ETER'S
As ctdTertiMd in
Your Autumn wardrotw a^odii
thU suit > . ? ideal iot campus
dress wear . . . one lor weekend
Note the high- buttoned fitted
jacket with velvet trim on col
lar and half-moon pockets . . .
a skirt with fake fly front. In
Hoekanum's pure wool flan
nel. SltMi 7 to IS.
She w?fe a dress identical to that
?n!!il "low "i1"""" and C*"M j
Ju ianne Cook, of Atlanta, MiS
MIm Rut ^ Brlsto1- Tenn.,
wss Ruth Bowles of Fort "Mm
"? C.uthe/"," iS J
2 0/ "the hrWe, and
enw ??*c ? ,J? Barnes of Flor
????? Vc> also a cousin of the
cal m Ti!?LWOre dreaaes identi
caL to those worn bv ?h?
and matron of honor. They carri
^ era and pink tuberos.es tied with'
two toned rose satin ribbon.
The bride, who was iriven
diHnt1g? by her father was ,?
nil 2 an or,*lna' model of bri
fete^oke^l?"^ With a de^
? .voke of illusion edged with
?*ffP *>**J Of peau d-auge lace
apphqued to the yoke and curv
?*?*"? je shoul<lers> down the
bodice and the front of the skirt
" a P?"e'. to the floor. The long
sleeves ended In calif
points over the hands. The full
*at n skirt banned out into an
ais e wide cathedral train. Her
full length tiered veil of import
withranHhiSllk i'Iusion was worn
Shirred * n0' French bonnet Of
. nirred tulle and peau-d'antT^
boi mm**. r Mf carrled a cascade
bouquet of tuberoses and sweet - '
heart roses centered with Phael
anopls orchids. ,,n*bael.j
The mother of the bride wore n !
fOWn of mauve silk chiffon with
imported chantilly lace Bdd 11
corsage Ia\1>?dicc and *kirt- Her
orS " purP'e ^roated
The mother of the bridegroom
wore a gown of rose crepe and
cordage was also an orchid. I
The bride is the daughter of
iJfVa,J vt nS- Br,ce D1Irr>ond Culp
of Fort MjIJ, her mother being the
?tegfM ss Alnh-a p.., J thoef
1949 ^"Jliuuii. In
1949 she received her degree of I
Bachelor of Arts, majoring in pi- 1
?w , Apnes Scott College i
iqjQ ?,r' , Since October of
? she has held the position of
atThL0rv.0f, *eHgious Education !
? flr?} Prcsbyterlan church
in Kings Mountain. ^
wdVr!"nams P tho SOn of Mr
Atl lif^m Vsey ?arl Will'ams Of
, ? mother is the form
1 ind rhJi1 F,int of Charleston
of ^hattanooga. He Is a gradu.
!jW4 ? U,niVerSlty- ?f
' Bachelor of Theology^ee from
Th^rn" ThooloKical Seminary
The following year he received
Ion Thelfr *?' TheoJo^y ^m Un
ion Theological Seminary |n
Richmond, Va. He spent several
ral"car at'h5vInstitute of Pasto
?rit u ? Ma-ssaehusetts Gen
fn* thW ln Bor't?n- follow.
I 61Was a member of the
faculty and pastor of the school
church at the School of the
Ozarks at Point Lookout; Mo. He
was called In July of 1919 to his
present pastorate at TrtnPy
Vfr^wm[lan ?hurch ,n Atlanta.
ifT9 H,a member of the
anrf i P Bpsl,on fraternity
Immediately folowing the cer
emony a reception was given bv
the bride's parents at the Fort
Mill Country Club
For traveling the brjde wore a
2g??* s,,lt of Darien blue woo?
with navy accessories and an or
on id corsage.
Rook Springs Road, N. E., AtJan
Farmers in the Northeast, more
than in any other region, have
found that they can get as muoh
or more feed per acre from thelT
better lands in grass or clover
than they get from grain crops,
says the U. S. Department of
Aromatic' tobacco growers
should re. .^mber to harvest the,
'small leaves at the top of the!
plant since they are of the high- '
est quality, say extension sped
a lists at N. C. State College.'
? Ob chilly fall or ipriog
dajri and for hird-?o-hM<
room io mid- winter. Per
fection Portable Heater*
gite yon QUICK HEAT
(Bat protects four health
and comfort. Economical
loo? 10 to 1 2 hoars of beet
on a gallon of kerosene.
.See these Perfection heat
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Beautiful Formal Tea Given
In Compliment To Mrs. Kerns
One of the loveliest and most
outstanding social events of the
late summer season was the tea
given Saturday afternoon at the
Woman's club house by Mrs.
Clyde Kerns honoring her dau
ghter-in-law, Mrs. Wilmoth Duke
As callers arrived for the par
ty they were met at the entrance
by Mrs. J. H. Arthur. The 'r^ceiv- i
ing line which greeted them in
the lounge included the hostess,
the bride, her mother, Mrs. S. A.
Crouse, and her hridal attend
ants, Mrs. J. C. Hedden, Miss Pat
Ballard, Miss Avis Wariick, Mrs,
Billie Rudock, and Mrs. R. T. An
thony, Jr., of Cramerton. Mrs.
Kerns received her guests in a
gown of bisque beige lace with
a bouquet of talisman rosebuds
at her shoulder. Mrs. Wilmoth
Duke Kerns was lovely in her!
wedding gown of imported O'Cal- ]
lagan lace over satin and wo^
a shoulder Utaulet of white split
carnations. Mrs. Crouse had se
lected a dress of Aqua lace and i
wore a shoulder corsage of pink
asters. The attendants wore
gowns similarly fashioned of nile
green French rayon net with bra- 1
celets of yellow button pom pom
| chrysanthemums and maline.
Helping To Reveice
Mrs. H. E. Lynch invited the
callers into the main dining room
where a second receiving line |
composed of Mrs. Ben Goforth,
Mrs. Horace E. Kiser, and Mrs. N.
H. Reed, recent brides, and Miss
Helen Ramsey, bride-elect.
The foyer and the lounge of
the club were airy and cool in
contrast to the out -door heat.
The breeze from the fans and the
airy arrangement of flowers cre
ated an inviting atmosphere for
In Dining Room
In the dining room were two
refreshment tables covered with
identical cloths of ivory cutwork
and embroidered linen. Centering
the sandwich table was an ivy
ring with white asters and cam
dies. Assorted fancy sandwiches,
nut logs, cheese balls and hor'
d'ouevers were served from, sil: j
ver trays "by Mrs. H, L. Campbell |
and Mrs^ H. C. Mayes. In the cen
I ter of the other table was a large
j three-tiered cake. Each tier was
built on pillars of white icing, j
The cake was on a reflector, this j
was iced around to represent
small bushes around a lake. On 1
the lake was a white canoe with j
a miniature bride and groom, al
eo white swans and water lilies
added to the attractiveness of>
the make-believe lake. On either
end of the <abk? was a large
crystal punch bowl, one held
orange curacao punch the other
lime 'ice punch. Dainty individu- ?
j al cakes on silver trays with sil-j
ver compotes of nuts completed
Mrs. Thomas Ledford of Shel
by and Mrs. Jacob Mauney pre
sided at the punch bowls.
Mrs. Wilson Crawford and Mrs.
B. S. Peeler were at the desk to
register guests. Here miniature
dolls dressed as a bride and her
atter adnts were effectively used
Goodbyes t? the two hundred
callers were said by Mrs. W. W.
Tolleson and Mrs. B. S. Neill.
! Guests from Gastonia, Cherry
ville, Linccftnton and Shelby at
tended the lovely tea.
Music was furnished through
out the afternoon by Mrs. Au
Mrs. Ora Blanton and- daugh
ter, Mrs. Clarence Dixon and son,
Grady Blanton of Shelby left
Monday for a visit with relative
in Arkansas and Oklahoma.
Misses Jean and Betty Cash,
Ruth Dettmar and Bern Ice Harri
son spent the weekend at Caro
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ashe and son
were over-night guests Friday of
Mr. and Mrs. Broadus Hemdon.
Miss Vera Ruth of the Mars
Hill faculty spent Labor Day with
her brother, Hilton Ruth, and
Mrs. Orr Weir spent the holi
days in Charlotte with her son,
\V. O. Weir and family.
Miss Jonas Jenkins of Char
lotte was a weekend guest of
her brother, Andrew Jenkins and
family. Mra. Pierce Queen, anoth
er sister from Rockingham, was
a spend-the-day guest Monday.
Mrs. Y. F. Throneburg and son.
Bill Thornburg, were guests of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Murry on Monday.
Misses Joyce Foster and Char
lotte Jenkins spent Wednesday in
Newberry, S. C., visiting Dickey
Foster and Bill Cashion, students
at Newberry College.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Logan and
Jerry attended the Stock car rac
es in Darlington, S. C., on Mon
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. CornwelJ
and Miss Lola Hedgepath spent'
the weekend at Myrtle Beach.
Richard Dunnagan of Winder,
Ga., was an overnight guest of
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Cornwell Tues
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