Georgia Manning Wedding 21 Jun 1919

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Georgia Manning Wedding 21 Jun 1919 - BRILLIANT WEDDING IS SOLEMNIZED AT CLIO, S. C....
BRILLIANT WEDDING IS SOLEMNIZED AT CLIO, S. C. 4V- 4V- Miss Georgia Manning; Is Bride of Oscar C. Plaxico Many Out-of-Town Out-of-Town Out-of-Town Out-of-Town Out-of-Town Guests Present. Clio, S. C. June 21. A brilliant weddinK was solemnlied last Wednes day evening in the Methodist church at Clio, S. C, when Miss Georgia Manning Manning became the bride of Oscar C. Plaxico, of York, rS. C. The church was artistically decorated decorated with ferns, small pinks and cut flowers, a color scheme of pink and green being carried out with roses and Ivy. A hundred pink candles and shaded lights csat a soft glow. From the arched pulpit were suspended portieres portieres of pink. Pines and palms forming forming a beautiful background. Preceding the ceremony Mrs. John Howard Bennett, accompanied by Misa Nell Purvis, of TiniinonHVille, sang "Beloved, It Is Morn." "AH For You" and "O Perfect Love." Then to the strains of Lohengrin's bridal chorus, played by Miss Purvis, the bridal party party entered. The uhers, Rembert Pate and Walton Breeden, John Reedy and Marlon Barrentlne. The bridesmaids, bridesmaids, gowned in lovely creations of pink taffeta and tulle carrying baskets baskets of shasta daisies tied with pink tulle, entered, the groomsmen meeting meeting them from the opposite aisles. Miss Annie Lee Crum, of Orangeburg, with 'Mr. Hope Reedy; Miss Bonnie Plaxico, sister of the groom, with Mr. Carl Covington; Miss Maude Breeden, of McColl, with Dr. W. C. Reedy, of Hartsville; Miss Ruby Bennett with Mr. Thomas Hall Glenn, of Chester; Miss Edith Purvis, of Tlmmonsville, with Mr. Henri Going, of Union; Miss Sallie MacRae, of Bennettsville, with Mr. Charlie Cauthen, of Darlington. The dame of honor, Mrs. Worth B. Beacham, entered, gowned in orchid and pink pussywillow satin and carried carried pink klllarney roses. Miss Winnie Winnie Manning, sister of the bride, as first maid of honor, wore pink tulle with a pointed bodice of Iridescent fishscales and carried pink klllarney roses. The second maid of honor. Miss Houlu Evans, wore pink tulle with bodice and trimming of gold lace. Miss Evans also carried pink klllarney roses. Preceding the bride, little Charles Evan MacFarlane, of Richmond, Va., wearing a pink pan velvet suit Faunt-leroy Faunt-leroy Faunt-leroy style, entered bearing the ring In the heart of a pink rose, as the flower girls, Clara Catherine Chamnesa and' Fay Rogers, In airy dresses of organdy, came down opposite aisles, scattering rose petals. On the arm of her father, the bride In a lovely dress of white pussywillow pussywillow satin with an overdress of real Belgian lace embrodered in pearls and a court train falling ii folds from the shoulders, entered the church followed followed by little Lee Chamness Slstare and Paul Rogers Lipscomb as pages, and Un-ere Un-ere Un-ere met at the altar by the groom. attended by Mr. Luther W. Hill, of Mayesvtlle, as best man. The bride's veil was coronet style, so becoming becoming to her girlish beauty and she carried carried bride roses and showers of valley lilies. The Impressive ring service was used by the Rev. C. C. Derrick, pastor pastor of the bride. The couple, accompanied by the bridal party, drove to Hamlet, N. C. Mrs. Plaxico wore a traveling suit of j midnight blue trlcotlne embroidered In black with hat to match. From j there they left for Pittsburgh, Pa., where Mr. Plaxico, since returning from France, has resumed his former position with the Westtnghouse Elec- Elec- j trie company. A handsome array of gifts attest to the popularity of the couple.' The bride Is the attractive and accomplished accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Manning, having received her education at Columbia college In Columbia Columbia and leaves a host of friends who regret that her marriage takes her to a distant state. The groom attended attended A. and E. In Raleigh and the 1'nlveralty of South Carolina and has won many honors as an athlete. The out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town ttuests were Mr. M. E. Plaxico. of York; Mr. J. L. Plaxico of Hickory Grove: Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hill, of Mayesvllle; Miss Annie Henegan, of Saint Matthews; Misses Edith and Marguerite Elliott, of Dillon: Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Reedy, of Norfolk Va.; Mr. Vernon Town-send, Town-send, Town-send, of Norfolk, and Mr. C. W. MacFarlane, MacFarlane, of Richmond, Va. the secoTnrt Mohammedan

Clipped from The Charlotte Observer22 Jun 1919, SunPage 40

The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, North Carolina)22 Jun 1919, SunPage 40
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