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Page 2A-KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD-Thursday. September 15. 1983
MRS. STOWE MONROE SPIVEY
(Pamela Ann Scott)
Scott - Spivey Couple
Exchange Wedding Vows
Pamela Ann Scott of Mat-
thews and Stowe Monroe Spivey
of Charlotte exchanged their
: marriage vows Saturday at 2
t
t p.m. at Bethlehem Presbyerian
¢ Church.
Rev. Robert Maclin officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Scott of will reside in San Antonio, Bd
Matthews and the grandparents Texas. we
of Mrs. Florence Simcox and The bride wore a long gown of AT Ae 3
Mrs. Marie Read. She is a white chiffon. It had an off the
graduate of Piedmont High shoulder, V-shape neckline, fit- vn KINGS MOUNTAIN
School in Monroe and is atten-
ding the College of Nursing at
UNC-Charlotte.
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles J. Spivey of
Charlotte and the grandson of
Mrs. Elizabeth Rhea and Mrs.
Margaret Spivey, both of Kings
"Mountain. He is a graduate of
“South Mecklenburg High
pt
5
School. He is an airman, station-
ed at Lackland Air Force Base in
San Antonio, Texas.
The bride chose Lisa Gibson
as. her. ‘maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Teresa Scott,
Terri Mabe and Toni Harris.
The groom’s father was best
man. Ushers wre Jeff Spivey,
Jerry Spivey and Philip Ward.
Following a wedding trip to
Myrtle Beach, S.C., the couple
ted waist, and sweetheart
sleeves. The ball gown bodice
was trimmed with beaded re-
embroidered lace, venice lace,
squence and seed pearls. The
Adine skirt ended in a chapel
length train.
Her veil was of white illusion
“and held a halo of white flowers
and seed pearls. She carried a
cascade bouquet of blue carna-
tions, white rosebuds and baby’s
breath.
Finney-Tate Couple
Exchange Marriage Vows
Susan Tyler Finney of Burl-
ington and Michael Andrew
Tate of Cincinatti, Ohio, were
married Sat., Aug. 27 at 6 p.m.
at the Duke University Chapel
in. Durham. The Rev. Russell
Fitts officiated and music was by
Monica Rossman, organist, and
Doug Myers, trumpeter.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harding Mattera
of Roanoke, Va., and the late
Henry T. Finney Jr. The
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred A. Tate of Kings
Mountain.
Given in marriage by her step-
father, the bride wore a gown of
white taffeta accented with lace
and pearls. The bodice featured a
dropped waist and the A-line
skirt extended into a chapel
train. Her chapeldength veil of il-
lusion was attached to a Juliet
cap highlighted with lace and
pearls. She carried a cascade
bouquet of pink and white roses,
freesias, stephanotis, babies
breath and orchids.
Deborah Voss of Roanoke
was maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Robin King of Vienna,
Va., Kathleen McGovern of
Roanoke, Kathy Kavanaugh of
Burlington, Gay Moore of Seat-
tle, Wash., Robin Overton of
Prospect Heights, Ill., Karyn
Hicnke of Rockville, Md., and
Bonnie Mattera of Roanoke,
sister of the bride.
The bridegroom’s father serv-
ed as best man. Ushers were
Michael Finney of Atwater,
Calif., and David Finney of
Roanoke, Va., brothers of the
bride, Greg Tate of Kings Moun-
tain, brother of the groom, Glen
Keaton of High Point, Dave
Clark of Virginia Beach, Mark
Eaker of Roanoke, Lynn Clough
of Burlington and Robbie
Bridges of Kings Mountain.
The wedding was directed by
Mrs. Taylor Shaw and guests
were registered by Kim Tate.
The bride’s parents hosted a
buffet reception at the Holiday-
Inn West in Durham following
the ceremony. Entertainment
was provided by Peter Goldbery
and his jazz quartet.
The newlyweds’ opened the
reception by dancing to ‘The
Wedding Song.”
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MRS. DAVID KEITH LAWS
(Sandra Lynn Ruth)
Ruth-Laws Couple
Married In High Point
Sandra Lynn Ruth and David
i Keith Laws, both of High Point,
i were married Saturday at First
: Presbyterian Church in High
: Point.
Dr. R. Scott Woodmangee,
pastor of First Presbyterian
Church in High Pont, and
Robert Testar of the groom’s
church, officiated. Judith Miller
was organist for a program of
nuptial music. Dr. Henry G.
Hood played the bagpipes during
‘the service and the recessional.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Elynn
‘Ruth Sr. of High Point and the
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Louis Lindsay of Kings
Mountain and the late Mr. and
Mrs. Hilton Lamar Ruth of
Kings Mountain. She is a
graduate of Ragsdale High
School and attended Western
Carolina University and David-
son Community College.
The groom is the son of James
Keith Laws of Winston Salem
and Mrs. Karol O. Laws of High
Point. He is a graduate of
Ragsdale High School and at-
tended Lees-McRae College. He
is a physical education major at
the University of North
Carolina.
The bride was given in mar-
riage by her father. She chose
the groom’s sister, Laura Laws
of High Point, as maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Sandi Hovis of
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