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R C, FRIDAY. JULY 6, Hears was meeting of o! the Tuesday Mrs. of Miss Hamer Weds "«·'· ' f 7" r , n Gives Lovely Party l l ' D l l ' i t : f I l t r f u l ' ! Supner w;r W«««0 V.UUU1 j One of t h c i ov eliest prtrtics of 81K , SW ' : M r ' t h e summer season was given by rvTr . - r .Mrs. Jessie Lennon Bowen at her M ; u y France r,,!."n,-« of The p.nh^nif..,, | home on Sixth street Wr-dnexd-'iy l a r A j. c. Maxton, July 8.--In the Metho- night, when she ent.ert.nned in .} |, n r;r,,»y. dist church, at Johns Saturday honor of her son and d u u t f h t e . ; \YVV berry. c o l ' by b evening. J u n e 25. at 8 o'clock, an law. Mr. and Mrs. F r a n c impressive ceremony united in F.oweu. who were recently rn:u- ]/ r v . Tnrnagl' marriage Miss Flora Lee Hamer ried. ,, . , * t ir,et- O f j^axton and Raleigh and Dallas The home was a t t r a c t i v e program W. Cutrell of Fairfield. Rev. ranged w i t h a p r o f u s i o n of Neill Mclnnis. of Red Springs, uarden flowers. Punch was serv- brothcr-in-law of the bride, and e ( .| « n the a r r i v a l of the guests. Rev. Mr.'Hodges, pastor of the The f e a t u r e of t h e . cvrnimj church, officiated. a Mower contest in w h i c h Mrnfs Decorations were in t r a d i t i o n a l Dudley J e n n i n g s "reen and white. Palms and ferns 'he l a t t e r of W i l m i n g t a m o u n t in my f o r r n e d j, background in the chan- for decl: i ; ag:; to u SCOP- amonii t f e l a d i e of ;»d Knox Barnes and Dudley in J e n n i n g s tied among the men candelabra. The a draw for the pri/os. Mrs. F'u:h ciuincel r a i l i n g was entwined w i t h was w i n n e r - and ivy over a w h i t e background, lovely silver bud-vase and Mr. Pews for the f a m i l i e s were m a r k - Barnes received a leather ed with gladioli. Prior c°l oloni; w i t h t a l l baskets · I u 1 g l a d i o l i and lighted tapers n s ' seven-branehecl I hi white, satin bows and X'-w of ·uc:"ed '-'' .V. (' R e f r e s h m e n t s wore served the conclusion of the. contest. : Ices molded in the shapes extended i.Uir- and di of the bridal party. gladioli the ceremony, a pro- .-non gram, of nuptial music was yen- pink roses were served w i t h i n clbd dered by Mrs. Edward Pittman of vidual cakes decorated with f!ow- Raleigh, pianist, and Carlyle Jones ers. Hargrave O f Fairfield, soloist, who sang 'I Mrs. Bowen was assisted in re- torch Love You Truly" and "Ah, Sweet ceiving and e n t e r t a i n i of Life." ; sister. Miss Minnie Lennon. dismissed Members of the bridal party,' and the entered to the strains of the Bridal f £ 5JL ^ f-fosfcsse^ Honor t h e i r Chorus from Lohengrin. First _ ' ' McMillan's came the ushers, John and Doug- | ;b r. and MI'S. KcarnO'ild pii-nic las Hamer. brothers of the b r i d e . ' E. E. Carter of Raleigh. H n m e r , Miss Louise W i ] s n n a n d M r s _ Ai ; test's :\( a n i g h t at t! 1 · Mclntyre of Clio, S. C., nephew of j Brinson were he the bride. b u f f e t supper last The bridesmaids were: Misses home Qf M r s _ B r i n s i i n Ruby Wright of Johns, and J a m e ' Cartha£ , c road ] 1 ( / ; u : ) r i n g Mr. and Hamer M c T n n i s of Reel Springs M r s B u d d y Redmond, w i n . were the latter a niece cf the bride, r o c e n t , v m a r ried. both gowned in aqua marquisette The d j, 1 i n , la | jU , w ., t . ,. x q u i r .jf 0 ] y over ,'.gu;i s:uin: Miss A n n a Whily Whily D poinied. covered . lock and Mrs. E. E. Carter, of c | (Ah iI1Q R a l e i g h , in ashes of roses mar- guisette over ashes of roses s a t i n . ;i)) " all made empire style w i t h short M i l l u n of Red m r ' p u f f e d sleeves. They carried arm goodbyes. and graced w i t h a bowl of Springs said the Mr. He;.!;;n He;.!;;n boi;qacb . of p a i n t e d d . liyes . Mrs. D. E. Holt Dinner Party M e m p h i s , ' M-^bers of the C u t r fern. Ta- Tenn was he ,. s - ls t ers dame of wedding party were honored at a guests h o n o r ' sh1 vvorc . a gown O f corn lovely d i n n e r p a r t y on Friday eve- n^rouisetle over satin n i n ^ given by Mmes. D. T. M c f n honor: of e m p j r e st yi c . and carried a bou- tyTM* J - w - Hamer and D. E. Holt, out of p; _i n ted daises. H t 1he Chetwynd hotel in L a u r i n - Mrs. rtr-n R M v l i t t l e flower girls. Patsy Ray bur §- supper of Maxton and Jean Mcln- In addition to the bride and of the #room, covers were laid for tlv of Wagram b r j d e W0 re pink marquisette. Blowing: Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Aulander. Liu]e Alex McP/Iillan of Red Mclntyre, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Me- 1 e.'fecti T*k« refresh* r'^Pl* 3-:ack- Bander, Mrs. Hugh Monroe. Mr. i Cakc-C'utting' a n d : Following the rehearsal at the church on Friday evening. Mrs. Hubert Steed entertained the members of the Cutreil-Hamer M:;\'ton wedding party and a few friends vit'n at a reception and cake cutting at Mr. her home in M a x t o n . ; Miss Adeline Steed greeted the ; guests and presented them to the receiving line, composed of the hostess and the bridal party. ', Guests were invited by Mrs. J. i W. Kamor to t h e punch bowl pre- 5 ; idr.d over by Misses Margaret M c T n n i s of Red Springe and Mary ; Elizabeth Mrlnt.yrr? of Clio S. C. '. It's Common Gossip springs/nephew"orthc"bride. car- Milla ". Mr. and Mrs. E. E. C;ir- i n ; ., lily. He'wore ter - Mr - anci Mrs - D - E - Holt. Mr. Mrs L w - Hamfcr, Mrs. Hu- Mrs. Edward P i t t m a n . her brother, Alex Mi?ses Elizabeth Larkin. Anna Hamer who gave her in Whillock - "Ruby Wright. Janio at marriage was met" at the altar by Hame ?* Mclnni.s: CnrlyJe .Jr.ncs, best man was A]e: u n d Douglas Hamer, Hamer D. A r t h u r B. Harris'of Fairfield. Sh.e Mclntyre. and Clay Ballance. a gown of w h i t e marguiseUe, in the n p r e lines with a long court appoint- train. Her veil fell from a coro- was laid O f valley lilies. Her only cloth and nament was a string of matched pearls. Her flowers were which was iced in shower bouquet of white Killar! a tiny bride ney ,. oses a n d valley lilies. jyf Cutrell is the daughter of r o m ' t h e late Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hamer pulled by the o f Maxton. For several years she were a s held a position in Raleigh. and white where she received many social Hunch courtesies after the announcement by her engagement, Eliza- Cutrell is the son of Mrs. Cutreil and the late L. E of the Cutrell of St. Bridis. Vn. He is a town prominent young business man of make their home. Out-of-town guests included Mr. Mrs. J. A. McEachern. Florence, o'clock s, C.; from Winston-Salem, Mrs. her Jennie Hill, Miss Rachel Hamer, Hamer: Bennettsville, S. seated the c., Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hamer; from Clio, S. C., Mr. arid Mrs. D. McTntyre and family, Miss Lou- were Misses ise McTnnis, Miss Vera McQuagc, Virginia Par- Malcolm Mclnnis; Maxton. Mrs. Red Hubert Steed and family. Mr. and Mrs. Miss-: j. W. Hamer and family: Rev. honoree, Mrs. G. F. Kirkpatrick; Red Er- Springs. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mc- Va.. Sara Millan and family. Rev. and Mrs. Jo Hall of Rae- Neill Mclnnis and family: Fayette- McAr- ville. Mr. Mrs. Douglas McCall. Myrtle McCall: Fairfield. Mildred Clay Ballance: Memphis, Tenn., of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Holt: Charles- and Mrs. ton. S. C.. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Springs. Zeke. Miss Sam Jean Zeke: Row- cf Win- land, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bullock, Mrs. J. B. Ward, Miss Mrs. Mary Kate Ward; Ahoskie, Miss X. P. Frances Bovette: Raleigh. Mr. and r i r u r of Mrs. E. E. Carter: York, S. C.. Dr. Raeford. J. D. Dickson; Charlotte. Mr. and D. Mrs. Devoress; Pembroke, Mr. and The Lurnberton Dress Shop has had the greatest values at its removal sale of Ladies' Ready-to-VVear ever offered in Isttmberton for the past live weeks. YOU BETTER HAD H U R R Y FOR Friday Saturday Are the last days of this great sale and we are s«-I!in;c everything' at any price before before xve move AND GET YOU W I L L BARGAINS 'B"s 8 .Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Zeko of i Charleston. S. C . received in the d i n i n g nx-m. where a three-tiered wedding cake and ice cream were served by Mrs. Flora 'Larkin and Mrs. P. f. Mclntyre of Clio. S. C. Music was f u r n i s h e d throughout the evening oy Mrs; H. B. Ashley ; of "Red Spirngs. Mrs. J. F. Me-; Everything Is To Re Scld And Remember Friday Saturday IS YOUR LAST C H A N C E LUMBERTON DRESS SHOP SOUTH MAIN ST.

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  1. The Robesonian,
  2. 08 Jul 1938, Fri,
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