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col- Ai ' hon thunder E S ' P Lilly, a Jr., August a Hall, August August MRS. HARVEY RANSOM D*TTCOM Baucom-Hamer Vows Exchanged In St. Paul Methodist Churcn Has Carriage vows. Lighted candles MAXTON--The St. Paul Methodist Methodist church in Maxton was the scene of the wedding of Miss Sarah Sarah Neal Hamer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hamer of Maxton, and Harvey R a n s o m Baucom, son of Mrs. Nelda Baucom Baucom and the late Mr. .Baucom of Raeford, which was solemnized on Wednesday evening at seven- thirty o'clock. The Rev. Ernest E. Edmond, pastor of the church, heard the vows in a double ring ceremony. S e v e n - branched candelabra holding lighted white tapers, interspersed interspersed with floor baskets of white gladioli and Oregon fern, furnished the decorations which formed a beautiful setting for the Rowland at and Me- S. p e r ) , (Vera Richmond, J. 0. Archie Mrs. Webster), Miss Rice of \yere also used in the church windows. A musical program was furnished furnished prior to and during'' the ceremony by Mrs. J. P. Stansel, organist, and Mrs. W. A. Webb, soloist. Mrs. Stansel played Prelude Prelude No 1 and My Sheep May Safely Graze by Back; Choral Prelude and Priere-a-Conn. Notre Notre Dame by Boellmani; To An Evening Star, Wagner; Ava Maria Maria by Schubert; Cloister Scene by Mason; Panis Franck; Intermezzo by Prevost Mrs. Webb's vocal numbers included included Schubert's Serenade, and The Lord's Prayer, by Forsythe; Oh Love Divine and Golden, by Dykes; Oh, Perfect Love, by ' Barnby. The bride was given in marriage marriage by her father. She wore an original gown of white Chantilly lace and satin fashioned wit'n moulded lace bodice, scalloped sabrina neckline embroidered in seed pearls, and long sleeves tapered tapered to points over the hands. Her bouffdnt skirt, accented -by wide lace panels, fell gracefully into an isle-wide train. Her two- tiered finger-tip veil of imported illusion was draped from a Juliet Juliet cap of illusion smocked with seed pearls. She carried a cascade cascade bouquet of stephanotis and tuberoses centered with a white! s a i d lo Mr and Mrs. Douglas Carolina, and. after September 2nd, they will be at home in Sanford. Sanford. For traveling the bride changed changed to a periwinkle blue suit with which she wore navy accessories, accessories, and an orchid corsage. She is a graduate of Flora Macdonald college, Red Springs, and has taught in Raeford. She plans to teach in the Sanford school this fall. The bridegroom is a graduate of East Carolina college, Greenville. He also plans to teach in Sanford this next school year. He served for four years in the U.S. Navy. RECEPTION At the reception Mr. and Mrs. Hamer Mclntyre of Clio, S. C. greeted guests at the door. Mrs. L. D. Rice presented guests to the receiving line in which stood Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hamer, parents of the bride; the bridegroom's bridegroom's ,m o t h e r , Mrs. Baucom; and the bridal party. Mr. and Mrs. James McMillan, Jr. of Red Springs invited guests into the dining room, where refreshments refreshments were served from a beautifully-appointed table, which was covered wit'h a handsome cuhvork embroidered linen cloth. An artistic arrangement of white Hewers which centered the table, was flanked by silver candelabra holding white t a p e r s . punch, individual wedding cakes, mints and salted nuts were served served by Mrs. J. P. Stansel, Mrs. W. A. Webb and Mrs. F. W. Carter, Carter, assisted by Misses Joyce Helleckson, Anna Kathryn Misenheimer, Misenheimer, and Elaine Gentry. A color motif of green and white was beautifully carried out in the floral decorations in the dining room, and in other rooms where guests were entertained. and Red Miss Katherine -Carter Miss Mary Mclnnis of S p r i n g s , directed to the room, where Mr. and Mrs. Jones Gwinn received. Miss Catherine Carter and Miss Mary McGinnis' presided at the register; and goodbyes were orchid. The bride's sister, Miss Patsy Ray Hamer Of Maxton. was her maid oE honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Martha Ellen Hamer, sister of the bride; and Mrs. Emmelt H. Morton, Jr. of Maxton. They Mclntyre o£ Rockingham. w o r e identical formal-length dresses of tangerine peau de faille, designed with fitted bodice, bodice, with tucked square neckline, i and short sleeves. Their bouffant skirts were accented with side tucked panniers. Their headdresses headdresses were of pearls and ostrich ostrich feathers, and their cascade bouquets were of bronze chrysanthemums. chrysanthemums. Flower girls were little Misses Gloria Jean Stephens of Raeford, Raeford, and Gena Lynn McMillan of Red Springs, nieces of the bridegroom. They wore f l o o r length length dresses of white ruffled net, and carried baskets of rose petals. The bride's mother was attired in a sheath dress of teal blue lace and chiffon, with \vhich she wore an orchid at her shoulder. The bridegroom's mother was dressed in aqua lace, and she also also wore an orchid corsage. Wade McDougald of Raeford was the best man. Ushers were John W- Hamer Jr., of Maxton, brother of the bride; Floyd McMillan McMillan of Red Springs, and James Stephens of Raeford, brothers-in-law brothers-in-law ot the bridegroom; and Donald Cameron of Raoford. The junior ushers Bobby Hamer, Hamer, brolher of the bride, and Parker Parker Carter, lighted the candles. The bride's parents entertained entertained at a reception at their home immediately following the cere-; moiiy. Mrs. Maurice Kinlaw Honored At Shower Mrs. Pansy Hyatt, Mrs. Ruby Jolly, Mrs. Glenn Kinlaw, and Mrs. Virginia Hardin were hostesses hostesses at a stork shower on Tuesday Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Hyatt, 1412 Townsend s t r e e honoring Mrs. Maurice Kinlaw. The guests were invited to the back lawn, where games were directed directed by Mrs. Lillian Andrews and Mrs. Violet Lee. Refreshments of Coca Colas, mixed cookies, cake squares, and nuts were served from a table on the lawn, which had as its centerpiece centerpiece a pretty arrangement of pink gladioli. The gift table on the lawn where the shower of lovely gifts for the honoree had been placed, was covered with a white linen cloih, and had a center center arrangement of pink gladioli and a stork, which further accented accented the color scheme of pink and white. Mrs. Kinlaw was also presented a corsage of pink mums. Those present besides the hos- te"S"ses included the honoree, Mrs. Maurice Kinlaw; Mmes. Lillian Andrews, Violet Lee, Catherine Byrd, Matalinc Mincey, Mildred Bullock, Blanche Pulley, Hilda Oliver, Eva Pait, Bonnie Hickman, Hickman, Ruth Branch, Iris Allen, Pearl Wilcox, Frances Norment, Christine Brill, Gladys Byrd, Snl- lie Hicks, Carolyn Baxley, Myrtle Myrtle Williamson, Ruby Britt, Nannie Nannie Cox, Grace Parker, Mne De- weesc Slone, Minnie Mincey, and Margaret Minor; Misses Berla Can-oil Lee, Linda Gail Lee, Alj Alj cxis Williamson, Nancy Wilcox, After the reception (he bridal Lucille Hardin, Virginia Rose couple left for a wedding trip to j Hardin, Shelby Mincey, and Lau- the mountains of Western iNorlJi j ra IJyalt Julian at 8 the cutwork burning of Lacy Alford to were King Is honored Sunday who her and' A the on of icd the was birthday are grandchildren Carolyn S. Adams, Adams live reaches

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  1. The Robesonian,
  2. 29 Aug 1957, Thu,
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