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SEPTOJiBER ^IQCl J Miss Johnson. show, West the 52 Fayette Mrs. of t h e r Wit- Ramsey the Rev. will Hill to at Backus Special the Vows Wttk Billy SCARBRO -- The ; First Baptist Church a Scarbro was the scene for the. Saturday wedding of Miss Sheila Kay Miller and -Billy Wayne Bloxton. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Russell Miller cf Scar- faro and Atlanta, Ga., and t h e bridegroom is the son of Mr. anc Mrs. Bernard : Bloxton of Falls Church, Va. A double-ring candlelight ceremony was performed at 8 p. m, by the Rev. William Johnson. The church was decorated wth baskets of white gadioli and fern Traditional wedding marches were played by Mrs. Jane Weatherford. Mrs..Bertha Painter sang "Wither Thou Goest" a n d Shirley Love sang "Because" anc "The Lord's Prayer." Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a full-length gown of white Chantilly lace over silk organza which fill;in points at the bottom of the bouffant skirt. The long sleeves ended in points at the wrist and the scallopec necklihe.was trimmed with pearls and sequins. A tiara of seed pearls held her fingertip veil of illusion net. She carried a white Bible covered with white butterfly rosebuds and satin streamers Miss Judy Miller, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss'Denna Bloxton, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Sandra'Miller, cousin of the bride. The attendants wore identical ballerina-length gowns of lilac silk and headbands of lilac silk Drganza trimmed with illusion lilac veils. They carried bouquets of lilac asters. Best man was Thomas Bloxton, brother of the bridegroom. Ushers were Michael Mahoney and Wiliiam Painter. The bride's mother wore a blue silk dress with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations; while the bridegroom's mother appeared in a brown sheath dress with matching accessories and a corsage of white carnations. . A reception was held, in t h e church annex. Decorations included white gladioli and greenery, The table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake topped with love birds and each tier was separated by white swans. T h e cake was - baked by the brides aunt, Mrs. Charles 'Smith. , Aides were Mrs. Bea Ferguson, Mrs. John Sprouse Jr., and Mrs. Ruby Bragg. Mrs. Mike Mahoney presided at the punch bowl anc Miss Patty Williams, cousin ol the bride, was in charge of the uest book. "·*"· "v-- X//UV iiXUU IJLU^U/ When the couple left for a ding trip to Washington, the bride wore a beige two-piece knit r?tv»ec until nY'jf/}i5nr afVPt. knit dress with matching acces- SSL 1 ?* a C ° rSage ° f White roseouus. · pnrvwi^Vi Mrs. Bloxton was graduated from Collins High School in 1956, rrom wmns tiign bcnooi in iyot, where she was a member of Student Council Press Club, tional Honor Society, Future iness Leaders of America, .Y, and Log Staff. She was f\..'^. ^ ^ .1.1 1. J 1 y« li * OlMF RT»*t? Queen attendant and Collins Beauty. She was employed . traffic director by WOAY. L CU.IJ.V. UllvXtUl Uj 11 \Jf\ Z · Wf w F Bloxton was graduated from A ^ ^IIC -- -- T T * --t- rf"»_i " _ _ « v _ · Collins High School, where he Pie served with the Army in Communications Department anc spent 24 months in Germany., is employed in Washington, D. They will live in- Falls Virginia. UN Pin Presented To Lodge Speaker OAK HILL (RNS) - Members of Laurel Rebekah Lodge No. and Odd Fellows Lodge No. held a dinner meeting in the Fellows Home on East Main Street Saturday evening. The dinner speaker was Charlotte Kincaid of Page who represented the local lodge at the annual United Nations Pilgrimage for Youth. John Lake Montgomery, chairman of-West Virginia Youth Committee, presented the United Nations pin Miss Kincaid. She related t highlights of the trip and the lodge for giving her the opportunity to. make- the trip. Guests attending were M Virginia Nugen, Miss Sexton, Miss Dorothy Johnt Cheswak Yvonne Bragg Mrs. Ruby Maddy, Ray Williams Mrs. Amos Sexton, Miss Sandra Riner of Fayetteville, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Riner, Mrs. Tressie Ivey, Mrs. Lavinnia Jones, anc Mrs. Ernest Kincaid of Page. Mrs. Sue Chenoweth of Charles- ion, Mrs. Myrtle Maynor of abula, Ohio, and members of :he. Montgomery lodge, W. E. Owens, Leslie G. Rodger, C -- of Thurmond Mrs. George Ratliff, Cecil Maynor

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