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February 23, 1969

The Danville Register from Danville, Virginia · Page 23

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MISS KATHY LEIGH CLARK Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodson Clark Jr. announce the engagement of t h e i r daughter, Kathy Leigh, to Kicky Lee Hedrkk, son of Mr. and Clayton Home Scene Of Bridal Shower For Mrs. Johnson The home of Mrs. Ed Clayton of 417 Downing Drive, Windsor Heights, was the scene of a bridal shower last evening in honor of Mrs. Steve E . Johnson, the former Linda Kay Emerson of Washington,-D.C., and Danville, who was married last month. Upon arrival, the hostess .presented the honoree with a corsage adorned with lace and ' red and white ribbons tied to a silver spoon. Mrs. Jerry Lewis and Mrs. Taylor Chillon were in charge o f ' t h e g a m , e s a n d entertainment, after w h i c h refreshments were served in the dining room f r o m , an attractively appointed t a b l e enhanced with an arrangement of ivy, greens and red grapes in a large cut-glass bowl, flanked by white tapers in silver candelabra. Mrs. Harvey B. Johnson Sr.', mother of the bridegroom,'assisted in serving. Other guests included: Mrs. Included: Mrs. John E. Johnson of Danville, Mrs. James E. Lew- is of Dry Fork, grandmothers of the bridegroom; -Mrs. James Dallas of Spring Garden, Mrs. Jewel Abbott of Danville, Mrs. Linda Chilton, Mrs. Thelbert Johnson, Misses Brenda Kaye and Teresa Dawn Johnson of Dry Fork, sisters of t h e bridegroom; and Mrs. Myrna Lewis of Danville. Joining the group later for Mrs. Hansen Hedrick of Hickory, N.C. Miss Clark attended Averett College and is a senior at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where she is a June candidate for an A.B. degree in education. Mr, Hedrick attended Lenoii- Rhyne College where he was a member of Theta Chi fraterni- ty. He is a junior at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where he is ma- joring in sociology. The wedding is planned for June 21, in Rivermont Baptist Church. * * * Personal Mr. and Mrs. William R. Tay- lor Jr. and son, William R. Tay lor III, and daughter, Kate Rucker Perm, of Gpldsbof6, N. C., are spending the weekend with Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Penn Gant, on Hawthorne Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds Sr., have returned from a two- weeks vacation trip to Daytona Beach and Tampa, Fla. While in Tampa they visited Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hull, formerly of Danville. refreshment were Ed Clayton, Jerry W. Lewis, of Danville, Steve Johnson, Gene Lewis, Mike and Danny Lewis, all oi Dry Fork; Lynn Grove Rogers of Chatham; James (Dude) Lewis of Dry Fork, grandfather of the bridegroom; Miss Beth Bacon of Danville, Harvey Johnson Jr. of Dry Fork, James Dallas of Spring Garden and Eddie Clayton of Danville. Flirt with the open look There's no reason why a girl can't steal the scene in this elegant bareback. Whimsical straps and open sides reveal your girlish charms. Plock Potent 18.00 OPEN FRIDAYS 9 TO 9 O U S S H O E S The Register: Danville, Va., Sunday, Feb. 23,1969 3-C MISS BARBARA KAYE MCCUBBINS Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Lee McCubbins of Danville an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Kaye, to Vincent Reid Shelton, son of Mr. and Mrs. E d w a r d Washington S h e l t o n of Chatham. . . . Miss McCubbins is a May candidate for an associate of science degree at A v e r e t t College. Mr. Shelton, a graduate of Virginia P o l y t e c h n i c Crumpton-Daly Pair Speak Vows Mrs. Hazel Frix Daly of Win- chester and Edward Rucker Crumpton of Martinsburg, W. Va., were married .on Friday, February 14. The ceremony was performed by Dr. E. T. Clark in the sanctuary of the First Baptist Church, Winchester, in the presence of relatives and close friends. Following a reception at the home of the bride, the couple left for Hawaii. On their return, they will reside at 407 Mosby Street, Winchester. Both Mr. and Mrs. Crumpton are former residents of Dan- ville. * * · Ramona Mise Wed To Ollen Gene Lowe Institute, is . serving with the U.S. Air Force. The wedding is planned for June 14. * * * Johnson-Emerson Marriage Announced Announcement is made of the marriage of · Miss Linda K Enerson, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. James A. Emerson of 1087 Franklin Turnpike, to Steve Elijah Johnson, son of the Rev and Mrs. Harvey B. Johnson 0; Dry Fork. The ceremony was performec Jau. 14 by the Rev. M. T. Sor reil at his home in Blairs. After a short wedding trip to Washington, D. C., the couple are making their home on Arnett Blvd. Mr. and Mrs. · Raymond G. Mize of Danville, Rt. Five, a- nnourice the marriage of their daughter, Ramona June, to Ollen Gene Lowe on January 31. Mr. Lowe is the son of Mrs. Fred Lowe of Olympia, Wash., and the late Mr. Lowe. The couple are making their home in Olympia. Seven Styles 9082 SIZES M c C O L L U I V ! F E R R E L L DOWNTOWN DANVILLE By MARIAN MARTIN It's wise to choose a flatter- ing, princess shape--then, sew several different versions bas- ed on front zip basic. Fine [it, .good looks, sewing ease Seven styles are included. Printed Pattern 9082: NEW Women's Sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 36 (bust 40). SIXTY-FIVE CENTS in eoms lor each pattern--add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class I mailing and special handling. j Send to Marian Martin, Reg- ister, Pattern Dept., 232 Wesi 18th St., New York, N. V 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Spring Send-off! More fresh, young, easy-sew styles in j Spring-Summer Pattern Cata- log. Free pattern coupon. 50c New INSTANT SEWING Book--shows you how to sew it today, wear it tomorrow | Over 500 pictures. Only $L i ·'*· Program Meet Set jf. In Temple Terrace^ The Temple Terrace Wonum's Club will meet Mouday iajt 8 p.m. with Mrs. Tracy Owe'$161 North Ave., with Mrs: Robert Messitt as co-hostess. .;/' The program wiil;-b« presented by Mrs. James/ 1 T. Haailin Jr., and Mrs. Wjv ; L. Sager, topic of which is '"fh« Y.W.C.A. Story." Color slicles will be shown and narrated: · At the business session,; plans will be completed for the white elephant sale in March. - · Prospective members are'in- vited. MISS BRENDA MAE WHITE Mr. and Mrs. Boliver White of Gilbert Drive announce the engagement of their daughter, Brenda Mae, to Terry Willard Bass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Willard Bass of Ringgold. Both Miss White and her fiance are seniors at Dan River High School. No date has been set for the wedding. Phi Sigma Alpha To Meet Monday The regular meeting of the Virginia Delta Chapter of Phi Sigma Alpha sorority will be held on Monday evening at i o'clock in the home of Mrs William C o c h r a n e , 203 Birchwood Road. Mrs. Frank Cocke, prograir chairman, will lead the group in a discussion on ' ' G o o d M a n a g e m e n t ' ' from the chapter's study program, "Liv ing In Your World." MISS PATRICIA ANN PORTERFIELD Mrs. Walter B. Porterfield announces the engagements of her daughter, Patricia Ann,: to William James Gibson Jr.,/son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Gibson. Miss Porterfield, daughter of the late Mr. Porterfield, is a senior at Dan River · High School. Mr. Gibson also is a senior at Dan River High School. The wedding is planned 'iot June 28. ;·!..- FROSTING SPECIAL For a limited time only We offer our regular. $20.00 frosting FOR $1 ^50 ONLY I ^ Complete AMPLE FREE PARKING Some Stylists Excluded Winter Permanent Special $7.50 MARIE'S Riverside Center 793-3544 Sears -TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY Kenmore Sewing Machine with Cabinet · Zig-Zag or Straight Stitching · Sews on Buttons; Blind Hems · Embroiders, Appliques · Comes with Cabinet \LJU3tt*n~ .,J$*~°*'a HURRY IN! 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