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Miss ;;S^ : -^^y : -^^s, Archer W, Perkins Jr. Wed Miss Betty Gray Reeves, daughter of Mr.: ariu Mrs. Taylor Gray Reeves, of.'Dinv.iddie, became the bride of ArchOr Wriherspoon Perkins Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Perkins. Sr., of this city, yesterday at 4 p. m. in Rowanta County. - . . : The Rev. Ralph A. Stalter, performed the ceremony against a background of magnolia boughs and blossoms and lighted cathedral candles. Miss Mary Teene Rainey was organist and P. B. Hobgood Jr., was ! soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white Chantiny lace gown fashioned 'with a Sabrina neckline, pointed bodice, and sleeves ending in points over wrists. The bouffant .skirt had a front inset of alternating ruffles of lace and pleated tulle and ended in a cathedral train. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell from a coronet of seed pearls and she carried a nosegay of white roses centered with two white orchids. Miss 1 .Martha Ann Lucy, maid of honor, wore an ice blue dress of sheer nylon over nylon net and taffeta fashioned with a tucked bodice, yoke of Chantilly lace with S a b r i n a neckline, cap sleeves, and a full skirt. The bridesmaids were Mrs. E. B. Wills and Mrs. C. E. Arthur, cousins of the bride; and Mrs. J. H. Givens Jr., sister of the bridegroom. Their dresses were identical to that of the honor attendant and they carried colonial nosegay bouquets of blue delphinium, pink daisies, and babies'- breath. Susan Lewis was flower girl and William Jeter was ring bearer. · . .', . . . . . ; · · Fletcher Perkins, twin brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were "Harvey Givens, bio- ther-in-law, of the bndeeroom, Donnie Abernathy, cousin of the bridegroom arid Tillman Winfield. The bride's mother wore a mauve chiffon dress with matching accessories, and an orchid corsage, while the bridegroom's mother was attired in a blue lace dress with white accessoiies and her flowers were orchids. After a reception in the bride's home, Mr. and Mrs., Perkins left for. a short trip. For traveling, the bride chose a light blue dress with a jacket and white accessories and a white orchid corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Perkins will -make their home in Dimuddie Miss Taylor To Be Bride of Mr. Bailey The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Taylor, of this city, daughter of Mrs. Cassie Taylor, of Bowling Green, to H. 'C'. Bailey, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bailey, Kenbridge, will t a k e place June 15. IRON STAINS Use your silver polish to remove stains on-the bottom of your iron. Rub on a small amount then wipe off with a damp cloth. from terrace » Cas to town by rhythm step White $11.95 Wh'ite and Black $11.95 Red and Beige $11.95 carefree and comfortable with hoal-to-too cushioning und ·famous R h y t h m Stop 1-2-3 cushioning features FOR BETTER SHOES I 124 N. Sycamore St. Dial RE. 3-7302 The Progrgss-Itidex. Petersburg-Colonial Heights, Va,, Sunday, June 8, 1958 8 {Alvin Jones Studio) Mrs, Archer W. Perkins Jr. ' Mrs. Lawrence, Cleveland Poiuell Miss Rooney Weds C. E. Wardwell The wedding of Miss Lucille Rooney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rooney, of this city, and Carlos E. Wardwell, of Fort Lee, was solomized June 1, at 12:30 o'clock in Monumental Baptist Church. The double ring.ceremony was performed by the pastor, the Rev. R. F. Cutchin Jr. Mrs. Robert Palmore, organist, and Harry Hall, soloist, -rendered a program of music. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by her cousin, Mrs. R i c h a r d E. Vaughan, and the bridegroom had as his best man, Richard :E. Vaughan. After a short trip, the couple will make their home at 1010 Halifax St. Add brandy flavoring to a fine apricot preserve and use as a filling for spongecake layers; frost with whipped cream and garnish with chocolate sprinkles. ICIAL! Thqyer Baby .Crib in hardwood with solid end panels, double-drop sides and plastic teething rails all around. FULL SIZE · BIRCH .CRIB - · · CRIB MATTRESS · BUMPER PAD Regular $49.50 Value Quantity Limited Love- INC. "Furniture of Distinction" 19 N. Sycamore St. Dial RE 3-7102 SPECIAL ESTFIT 'SWIM SUITS i M. Lostex Q up Sizes 32 to 44 r ,,· Cotron Sizes 32 to 40 Smart styles and colors . . . Ccme seel Come choose! Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan Walk A Block And Save More At ... THE FASHION 312 N. Sycamore St. Miss Reajns and Mr. Powell Are Married in Dinwiddie Abby DEAR ABBY: My husband runs a filling station and this blond "string bean" hangs around there all day long. She's an old maid of 33 and is about five foot ten and can't weigh a hundred pounds. And you never saw such get-ups as she wears! Off the shoulder peasant blouses and Mexican print skirts with six petticoats. She helps him fill up the cars* and writes up sales slips and I am sick of seeing her there every time I look out my window. (We live next door). My nusband claims there's nothing but friendship between them and he likes her terrific .sense of humor. Any suggestions? SLIGHTLY JEALOUS i DEAR SI eyes open male who Ing a tall tier hands' of humor, do her a your own IGHTLY: Keep your for a nice unattached is interested in meet- blond with time- on and a terrific sense Pair them off and favor while solving problem. DEAR ABBY: What do you do with a guy who is loaded with dough but tells you he is saving it for a rainy day. IMPATIENT DEAR IMPATIENT: Freeze him out and give him heil. D E A R ABBY: I was the last person in the world who anyone thought would end up in a divorce court. I was a bride with a veil and a white dress and I promised to love, honor and cheri_sh and so did he, but we weren't married six weeks when my best girl friend told me my husband was trying to date up some of the girls where he worked, and he wasn't fussy either. He denies it, but these stories have upset me so much that I get cold and freeze up when he comes near me. He says if we can't be like we used to be there is no sense in staying married, so now we are getting- a divorce. I still, love him but I can't forgive him. DEAR BEA: With friends like this you don't need any enemies. A marriage counselor' (or . the clergyman who married you) should he consulted. DEAR ABBY: It was necessary for my husband to write a letter to his ex-wife. He 'started it with "Dear Mary." I objected because under the circumstances she is no, longer "dear" to him,' and he should have started it out with just plain "Mary." We've had a few heated words over this and would like to have your opinion HIS WIFE DEAR WIFE: Addressing his ex-wife as "Dear Mary" was only a formality and you should have thought nothing of it. If you want to make a mountain out of a molehill -- add a little dirt (o it. » * » For a personal reply, write to ABBY in care of this paper. Enclose a self-addressed, "stamped envelope. QtllGK WARDROBE CARE Tidy housewives might take a tip on clothes care from pretty Marlyn Putnam, wardrobe mistress of a current Broadway hit musical. It is her job to take care of the elaborate costumes of both star and chorus girls. Says she: "After each show I have to see that every costume looks like new. I must clean plumes, flowers and" wigs as -well as remove makeup stains and lipstick spots f r o m dresses, furs and even the pastel satin dancing shoes. .'/I've found an easy way to do it. I simply spray the soiled areas with a new cleaning fluid and gently wipe away the spots. I choose a fluid in a spray can that is non-flammable and .contains no carbon-letrachlonde or other toxic ingredients, but leaves a fresh fragrance." Spot-cleaning clothes before hanging them in thn closet, immediately after wearing, is the secret of keeping a wardrobe always fresh, says Marlyn. The wedding of Miss Mary Archer Reames, daughter of Mrs. Kellum Edward Reames. of Ford, and Lawrence Cleveland Powell, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Edgar Powell, of Dinwiddie, look place yesterday at 2 p. m. in Corinth Methodist Church, Ford. The double ring ceremony was performed by the pastor, the Rev. Eric Alexie. Mrs. H. C. -BlankenshiD rendered organ music, with Miss Gloria Jean Dancy, of this city, as soloist. Mistress of ceremonies was Mrs. Margaret Chambers, of Dinwiddie. Given in marriage by her stepfather, the bride wore a floor length gown with a chapel train. The bodice was of imported Alen- con lace with scalloped Sabrina neckline and long pointed sleeves. The skirt of nylon tulle with on apron e f f e c t over lace in the front and back had an underskirt of tiers of ruffled nylon tulle. Her veil fell from a lace cap trimmed with pearls.' She carried an orchid on a prayer book. Miss.Betty Jane Richardson, of Church Road, was maid of honor. She wore a ballerina length gown of crystal satin' in coral fashioned with a scoop neckline of contrasting shade of godets in the skirt. She wore dyed-to-malch clips of fancy hair braid tubing in her hair and carried a bouquet of white carnations. Thomas Edgar Powell, of South Hill, was bcst man.for his brother and ushers were Joseph Lee P o w e l l , brother of the bridegroom, and Howard Franklin Adams, of Richmond. The bride's mother chose a dress of Navy blue with matching accessories and wore a white rose corsage while the mother of the bridegroom chose a dress of light blue with white accessories and wore a white sweet pea corsage. A reception followed in the Midway Cafeteria. After a trip to Ohio the couple will make their home in Ford. Oak Hill Garden Club To Install Officers Tuesday Oak Hill Garden Club will hold its annual luncheon Tuesday at 1 p. m. in the Rucker-Rosenstock Tea Room when officers for the coming year will be installed. Mrs. R. F. Harris, a former president, is installing officer. New officers are: president, Mrs. R. W. Foster; first vice president, Mrs. W. H. Funk Jr.; second vice president, Mrs. W. E. Frceland; recording secretary, Mrs. W. L. T. milifanl; corresponding secretary, Mrs. M. E Cheeley; treasurer, Mrs. G. E. Edwards; historian, Mrs. E. P. Ochran. * » * Donald Lehstnrn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lehstern, left last week for San Antonio. Tex., where, he will begin training for the Air Force at Lakland Air Force Base. * * * . Mr. and Mrs. L. Curtis Nugent motored to Blacksburg today with their daughter, Mrs. Richard Mundy, and son, Ken, who have been spending two weeks with them. * * * Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Lupton, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Beck and other friends here left , last week, for their home in Miami. * * * Mrs. A. W. Kisler left today for her home in Ilarrisburg, Pa. after a visit here wilh her sisters. Mrs. L. C. Nugent and Mrs..Bernard Reams. * · * Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clemens, of Portsmouth, are weekend For Excellent DRYCLEANING find Fust Service Dial RE 2-9333 MAX W. nAIMOVTT. Prop. Main Plnnt - 315 Wythe St. AMPLE PARKING SPACE (Cousins Studio) Mrs. Edward Kenley Canterbury ; Betty Lucille Beasley, Bride of Mr. Canterbury Before an altar decorated with her sister's maid-of-hbnor. S h e palms, white gladioli and cande- wore a Ballerina dress of while labra, Miss Betty Lucille Beas- nylon vclveray over pink taffeta ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and nylon net with matching cum- Herman M. Beasley, of this'city, merbund and head clip of nylon became the bride of E d w a r d braid inter-woven with miniature Kenley Canterbury, of Trinidad, seed pearls. She carried a nose- Colo. The ceremony took place yes- J - -- · - * · - ^--^- -- « j -^"-i ULHV.I *.iLtW*i.ueJIlto \ Y C l C · 111 L o. terday at 4 o'clock in First Richard L. Temple,"" aunt of the Christian Church with Dr. Frank K idc; , £md Mrs - Frank G - Kron ' O. fjnvprs n n c f n r n f f i n i a i m a icky They wore blue dresses iden- G. Sayers, pastor, officiating. dered a program of music. . o n n u c n e r , o a s n g t o n , G v c n in marriage by her faith- was bcst man a n d - ushers were- er the bride wore a gown with a Garv Eichl £ Fairview Pa bodtce of French Chantilly lace and" ' " embroidered with seed pearls and sequins, and a bouffant skirt of inii« ,,.,,,. t rr i -Vu ,. "- ivuss ueiiice is.ay urown, cousin ulle over taffeta with apphqued of the brid w * f l ^ { } vMoh MI?"" a f ;. nger - tl ? r i! The mother of the bride las which fell from a tiara of lace , n ,, ired in a d f prayer book. Miss Shirley Ann Beasley was and wore a corsage of pink carna Lions. The mother of the bride , . , . , groom wore a dress of light blue n^J: 1 ^ cr " in w Mrs ' nyl ? n Hllen w i t h matching accessories and a corsage of pink car- nalions. A reception was held in the F. Marvin Parrish. * » * Mrs. Norman Williams is in Blacksburg today to attend the graduation of her son, Sam from Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Others attending are: Mr. and Mrs. Wirt R. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Comstock, Mrs. W. H. Whitmore, Lt. John B. Williams and Lt. Pete Hear. * * * Mrs. Kimberly, of Charlotte, N. C., has arrived to visit his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bunker, of Cameron Ave. * · * Miss Linda Mackey has arrived from Madison College to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mackey, of River Road. . * * * ^Ronald Pond, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pond, of Lee Ave., is spending some time with classmates f r o m Western Kentucky College at Miami Beach. His brother, Donald, a student at RPI has returned home for the summer. * * * Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Cannon Jr. have as weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tucker and children, of Crewe. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Newcomb, of Crewe, were recent guests of the Cannons. * * * Mrs. N. S. White left yesterday for Roanoke to visit relatives. No Ironing Plisse 1-Pc. Sleeper PERFECT FOR SLUMBERLAND IN SIZES SMALL TO-X-LARGE, ALSO TAILORED STYLES FOR BOYS Petersburg's Snmrt SJiop For Young Moderns" ;ay of pink geraniums. Other attendants were: M r s. tical to the honor attendant and gays of blue tinted Jolnn B uchner, of Washington, city. T e m D l n f iempie, oi Miss Denice Kay Brown, cousin church fellowship room with Tom Whitten rendering a program of music. Mrs. Herbert M. Webb was mistress of ceremonies. Assisting were Mrs. Clyde S. Laushey, Mrs. William I. Boswell, Mrs. Marian Brown, Mrs. Shirley Elder, Mrs. Ronald Faison and Miss Doris Curlin. For traveling, the bride chose a Navy suit with white accessories and the orchid from her Bible. The couple will make ther home in Manzanola", Colo. LOOK, NO NEEDLES You will not need a needle when stringing beads if you smooth a little nail polish over the end of the thread so as to stiffen it. s Peggy Massey, And Donald Tubb 7 Are Married Here : Before an altar of white summer flowers-and candelabra. Miss' 1 D eggy Joyce Massey, daughter if Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. ,Masey Sr., became the bride o£ Donald Alvin Ttibb, son of M-Sgt'. and Mrs. Hubert D. Tubb. The double ring ceremony -was performed in Washington Street Methodist Church yesterday at :30 p. m. with the Rev. Hampden H. Smith, pastor, officiating^ D. Pinkney ' Powers, organist, ·endered a program of wedding music. Given in marriage by her fa- her, the bride wore a floor- ength gown of Alencon lace fash- oned with lace bodice with scat- .ered iridescent secmins. T h e sleeves ended in points over the lands and the jewel neckline lad an illusion yoke effect. The skirt had tiers of pleated nylon .ulle with center panels of Alen- con lace in front and back. She wore a finger-lip veil of imported silk illusion which was held in jlace by a triangular cap of; pleated illusion with edges of sequins. She carried a white Bible centered with an orchid. Miss Gayle Whitehead, maid of nonor, and only attendant, wore a ?o\vn of blue crystalette over taffeta. She carried a colonial bouquet of ·summer flowers. Hubert D. Tubb, was his son's best man and ushers were Benjamin Keys and Robert Massey, brother of the bride. The mother of the bride was attired in a Navy blue Street- length dress with white accessories. A white carnation corsage completed her outfit. The mother of the bridegroom was attired in a beige dress with brown accessories and a white carnation corsage. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held .in the social hall of the church. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. B. D. Carter and Miss Mary Carter. Mrs. Carlton Lewis was mistress of ceremonies. For travelling, the bride chose ,, _. ... , ... a dress of mint green with white lotion comes in a b o 111 e with accessories and the orchid from atomizer to create an appealing her Bible. After a short trip, the Rose Studio) Mrs. Donald Alvin Tubb Change of Seasons Different Perfume Late spring and early summer call both for a change in the 'ragrances you use and in methods of applying them, too. Even though you do use an exotic per- :ume applied to pulse spots during the cold months, warmer weather calls for something lighter. It also calls for scent sprayec in a cloud. You'll feel cooler anc so will people who look at you Actually, a spray is a very effi cient way of applying fragranc at any time. Back in favor this year are the floral scents, carnation, lily o the valley, black narcisus. Man} women prefer them for summer use and carry out an entire theme in dusting powder', sachet anc bath salts or oil. New on these shores is black narcissus scent in lotion form, a cross between perfume and toile water. Packaged in France, th cloud of cool and summery flora scent. couple will make their home in Colonial Heights. FATHER'S DAY ~J UN E'1.5th GIFT SETS CHOOSE FROM ·KINGS MEN «YARDLEY ·OLD SPICE · LENTHERIC / Rffllil^PP'Q CORNER DRUG RE 3-8171 -- SYCAMORE AT BANK 250 Cor Parking Lot 100 Yards From Our Store It's the newest! ft*s the countryl it's H rt Smart, but oh! so very practical! Permanently pleated with bloomer type pantie attached^ the waist. In assorted fancy prints. Sizes 3-6x Sizes 7-H 1.98 2.98 Children -- Second Floor