Victor Lighthard

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FORMER RESIDENT OF GREENWOOD MARRIES GIRL FROM CHARLESTON The many Oreenwood friend of 8lanley D. 8. Newman, a former resident resident of this city; wUl be Interested In the account of his marriage to Miss Kathertne T. Llghlhart In Charleston which la taken from the Charleston News and Courier as follows: follows: A pretty and Impressive wedding was solemnized this morning at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist rhen Miss Kathertne T. Lighthart became the bride of Mr. Stanley D. 8, Newman. The ceremony was performed by the bride's pastor, the Wry Rev. James J. May, and present present In the sanctuary were the Rev. H. F. Wolfe and the Rev. Charles deVineau. The altar boys were the bride's brothers, John M. Light-tart Light-tart Light-tart and Victor Lighthart. The bridal party entered to the strains of the wedding ' march played by Mrs. Thomas Moslmann. The altar was beautifully decorated v.itb pink gladioli and lighted with candles. First to enter were the ushers, Messrs W. B. Vaughan and George Dengate. Next came Miss Elisabeth Melton, slater of the bridegroom, as bridesmaid, wfth Mr. Robert Lighthart, groanuman, and brother of the bride. They preceded preceded the maid of honor, Miss Annie Annie Lighthart. sister of the bride. The bridesmaid was gowned In mle-green mle-green mle-green chiffon trimmed with lace with which aha wore a natural-colored natural-colored natural-colored natural-colored rough straw picture hat circled with green velvet She carried a bouquet of pink rosea tied with pink tulle. The maid of honor waa attractive in canary yellow ihioffn and she wore a matching picture hat circled with yellow vel vet. Bhe also carried a bouquet of pink roars tied with pink tulle. The bride entered on the arm of ler uncle, Mr. John P. Lighthart by whom she waa given In marriage. marriage. They were met at the altar by the bridegroom and his bestman. Mr. Carlton Melton, his brother. The bride wag becomingly gowned In flesh pink chiffon. Her large picture hat waa of lace and she carried a bouquet of bride's roses in iltower effect Immediately following the ceremony ceremony a wedding breakfast waa enjoyed enjoyed at the Fort Sumter hotel by the members of the bridal party. Thla was followed by a charming reception held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Lighthart at which a large number of relatives and friends were present . The house was attractively decorated with ferns and cut flowers. , Punch and cake were served. The couple received many valuable and useful gift. The bride Is the altactlve daughter daughter of Mrs. Honors Lighthart of this city and the bridegroom Is the son of Mrs. W. J. Melton, atoo of Ilila city. He Is connected with the Western Union Telegraph company at Dillon, S. C. v Mr. and Mrs. Newman left at about noon for a motor trip to Georgia, and will later be at home In Dillon. Mrs. Newman traveled In an ensemble of tan shantung mith blue accessories. ' Among the out of town guest Here: Mlu Murphy and M. Carlton Carlton Melton, of Augusta, Oa., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Musgrove ; of Rock HUL S. O.

Clipped from The Index-Journal16 Jun 1931, TuePage 3

The Index-Journal (Greenwood, South Carolina)16 Jun 1931, TuePage 3
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  • Victor Lighthard

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