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Greenville, South Carolina
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Monday, June 27, 1949
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MONDAY. IMI 17. has Wedding, In Wilson MRS. SIDNEY IARLE MissBrunson Is Bride Of Mr.Crompton GREENWOOD, June 26. The wedding of Miss Dorothy Branson of 8umter. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Kell Branson, to Belton O'Neal Compton of Green wood and Sumter took place Saturday evening. June 11, at 8 o'clock at Grace Baptist Church in Sumter With the Rev. J. R. Simpson officiating. Wedding music was given by Miss Beverly Rush of Turbevllle and Mrs. Bill EUdridge, vocalists, accompanied by the church organist Usher-groomsmen were W. D. Tomlinson of Manning; J. R. Reid of Charleston, W. Va.; William Whisnant of Burlington, N. C; Elbert Hubbard of Sumter; W. R. Compton of Bishopville; and Fred Wells of Sumter. Best man was Ernest 8. Compton f Charleston, a brother of the bridegroom. Matron of honor to the bride was her twin sister, Mrs. W. D. Tomlinson of Manning and maid of honor Was Miss Marjorie Putnam of tautens. Bridesmaids were Mrs. J. R. Reid Of Charleston, W Va.; Mrs. William Lucka of Tampa, Fie.: Mrs. Tomniie Smith of Bennetts ville; Miss Mary Steadman of Denmark; Miss Mildred Melton of Columbia and Miss Margaret Tolbert of Greenwood. Linda and Kay Tomlinson of Manning, nieces of the bride, were flower girls. . The bride was given In marriage by tier father, A. K. Branson. She Wore a gown of Ivory duchesses satin atyled with fitted bodice, drop shoulder effect with marquisette yoke, full skirt, with folded paniers. Ions' minted sleeves and lensthv train. She' also wore finger-tip length veil of Imported illusion with halo of Valencion lace. Her bouquet was of whit lilies- centered with aa orchid and showered with naline and ribbons. Immediately after the ceremony, pamui m uw onae entenainea. During the evening, the bride Changed to bolero drees of white, charteuse and navy with matching After wedding trip to KZ8 AT rAMOVS mans ro COAST TO COAST! . Cewtaia Mill of 'Atlaotie CitT. Captaio Fraafc HneHaaw of Wild-- owd. K. Jaad -CbK- Pa al I gaaetowofa aaaoaadaftaf OaTa...taaa eaabara waia... 52 IV A t o Hawaa) M ecoraa as oomv setwws e e bad anliwra. . IMS JENNETTE, JR. The Edens Entertain At Pendleton Home PENDLETON, June 38. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. a Edens, during the week-end, included Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Edens of Easlev. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kins and family of St. George and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas of Clemson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gibhs of Char leston, W. Va., were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kelly. Misses Henrietta Seabrook and Louise Hunter spent the past weekend with relatives in Greenville. Mrs.- Reese Lone and Mrs. J. D. Medlock are at Wlnthron Collesa this week attending the school lunch conference. Mr. and Mrs. James Hunter of Columbia, were visiting relatives in Pendleton last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Seawrltrht had as their guests over the week-end. Mr. ana Mrs. jonn s. Reeve and family of St. Stechens and Miss Martha Seawright of Walh&Ua. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Rankin. Jr. and daughter Deborah, and miss uenruae jonnston oi walker McElmoyle were meats of Mr. and Mrs. e. e. wnitten Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Califf of Nortn Charleston were visitors nere recently. Mrs. J. J. Sltton and dauehter. Miss Claude Richards Sltton, left this week on vacation trip to Miami, Fla. The B. O. Carwiles of Antrevllle were cuesta of Mr. and Mr. Su wrlght recently. The population of Los Angeles County. California, has increased from toss than J4.000 to almost .- 000.000 in the last 70 years. Niagara Palls and Canada, the couple will make their home la sumter at U7 white oak Park. . Mrs. Comnton graduated from Sumter High School and Winthron College and has since taught at Huicrest ana Bennettvuie, Mr. Compton la the son of Mrs. E. S. Compton of Greenwood and the late Mr. Compton. He is a graduate of Greenwood High School and Clemson College and veteran of army service In the European Theater during World War if He Is now a teacner m Bumter Hum Behoof. DOm FOOL VJITtl tfjrs Captain Ales Miller, - Head of Atlantic City Lifeguards X yifl.grw I imfl ttkrkv or tiii.Yow caa m wittaatinref a ja today at eay -fnas at nm1,wi,ii Former Greer Girl Is Wed On Saturday evening,: June 18, Miss Mary Helen James, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Donaldson James, formerly of Greer, became Hie bride of Sidney Earle Jennette. Jr., of Henderson, N. O. The wedding was held at the First Methodist Church in Wilson, N. C, the present home of the bride The Rev. Robert W. Bradshaw officiated at the double ring ceremony which began at 8:30 o'clock. The church was decorated with white gladioli. Oregon fern and cathedral candles. Wedding music was offered by Miss Mary Hunter Hackney, organist, and F. O. Win-stead, soloist. The bride, glvea bi marriage by er father, wore a gown of duchess tatia with fitted bodice and deep bertha ef ChantlUy lace embroidered with seed pearls. Long sleeves ended In Calls points ever the wrists and were edged with ChantlUy lace and the full skirt ef her gown ended in a train. Her veil of Imported illusion fell from a Juliette lace cap embroidered with seed pearls. She carrier a cascade bouquet of bride's roses, centered with a white orchid and showered with Uly-of-the-valley and gardenias. She carried a lace handkerchief, aa heirloom ef the bredegreom's family and wore a peart bracelet, gift the bridegroom. , MAID OF HONOR Miss Elizabeth Grave of Wilson attended the bride as maid of honor, she wore a dress of white mousse-line de sol fashioned with full bouffant skirt and sash of apple green taffeta. She wore matching bonnet and pointed mitts and carried a bouquet of mined summer flowers. -The bridesmaids were Miss Mary Glen Slater of Wilson, Miss Evelyn r . . y . mum niuiv wm.- kins of Henderson and Mrs. Robert ouupoun m una pel iliu, N. O. Ail wore gowns identical to that of the lll&id' Of hAnW ftnrl Mrviaji MAIIAitaia of mixed summer flowers. The flow- !X. stt . . "raves, wore a dress like that of the maids and carried with flowers. Groomsmen were Charles W. iSS ftdy Tluurrmgton, William Wmrjt Allan T3raAt ir;n; r. n bitt, Tyson Jennette of Henderson, STESl-."SiS7' Jr- Harry "nvvu'." w wiiaun. me oriue-groom's father was best man. , io,ciiuou ioi-iowed.ih wedding, the couple left - jri h u unaisciosea aestina- Lion, rnn hrtri -Mriti. - i. midnight blue faille with matching uTj , i . "reuia irora ner Chariotte"1 WlU rMlde m Mra. Jeanette received her decree at Salem College, Winston-Salem, Mr. Jennette, son of Colonel and Mra. Sidney Earle Jennette was dutd from North Carolina State Cnllm In Pl.,v. il " connected with the Southern Bell wiuBuy ia vnarioiie. Among the out of town guests for g weddlng were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harrington of Greenville. California Family Visits Williamston WTT.T.TAVflTV-.W a S. W. BiEbv had as niMti int i. Dr- and, Mrs. J. f. Herrlott and V. . t"lraren ooo, jean and Jim of Menla Park, Calif, Mr. and Mra. R. K. Tribble of High Point were also vi jui. tugaj mst week end. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Stone and cnuaren oi KnoxvlUe, Tenn, are jura ox ut. ana Mrs, w. i - " aura vtMluum 4U1 derson and' Mrs. Ruby Link are -r - ' .fa wKUAuvaa AAA sjaaV e vl bsU Carolina mountains. Mrs. Nmff atjm -Mkaa l ,l. Bigby apartment on Pelser Avenue m Txaiyiuc iriSUVCB in ri OTTOS. , Mrs- John D. AtUway. 3t, of Charleston visited In town the past week. Lr. ana Mrs. K. W. URneKt of Mrs. Paul Gray for several day last week. Mrs. L. S. Wilson visited hr daughter, Mrs. D. a Sergio in oeneca recently. Mr. and Mrs. weurge ueopara. Mr. and Mrs. Hale Sherartl ami Un W n. b.. ... . . u.a aiiu Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wilson and News Pattern Wr saaata Sfiaa araaa aae star in lira na as ara fnaiaa, Oamiini an flat a wm muni Puma S i ta awn A a A saw C wml-. 8 Tm. nmj 1 a - ) ha eatfespw awe SvSaH yva tiw -a Oiaa I a I T4TVS tTTO at a tm wm ia MWum wrra rf ef ym OnvnOJe . SV Ptra owe, aw wa w s v n. T. mm ffmmm HUfM. ItTirmm ark town, ana mm bttl wuiutaai Tria aa aa a aula. - isJsaV Scw vBs9 (rawasssli CahTC) AaSiBCaBBiBCasne ai.ia slaw mm mm$T. ts jmmt m lii 'f fmm mm 9nwM Til aillNVIlLI HWI GBIENYIILE. SOUTH CAROLINA North Carolina Bride ' 1 ! 1 s fe)hv-.X taaeisssssssssssssssssssaHHBHeaWa MRS. JAMES RuralHotne Is Scene Of Marriage asvrar UdaUt U11D a UUUtV I wedding held June IS at 6:30 c. m. at "Englewood," the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ferrer Rains-ford, their daughter, Elisabeth Hill Rainaford became the bride of James Tolliver Reel, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Warren Reel, 6r, of Edgefield. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Lloyd D. Bolt, pastor of the Edgefield Methodist Church, in the presence of a large number of relatives and frierids. Providing the wedding music were Mra. Claude Morgan, pianist, and Mrs. William Wise, soloist, whose numbers were, "Because" and "At Dawning." The bride was given in marriage by her father, and the wore a wedding dress of shimmering white satin, made with rounded neckline, bertha of Chantiliy lace, graceful skirt that formed a train, and billowy veil of bridal illusion, held to her hair with a coronet of orange Diossoms. tier nowers were uues ox the valley centered with a white or chid. Mr. Reel had aa his best man his brother, J. W. Reel, Jr. serving as groomsmen were Messrs. T. J. Stehle, Jr, of Jonesville; Albert Lyon, John Wallace Pettigrew and Billy Scurry of Edgefield. The bride had aa maid of honor her sister, Miss Sadie Hill Rains, ford, and as matron of honor, another sister, Mrs. T. J. Stehle, Jr, oi aionesvuie. Attendinc as bridesmaids wi Miss Martha Rainsford, Miss Molly Redfearn of Camden, Mrs. J. W. Reei Jr,' and Mrs. Jack L. Bar-ringer, Jr. of Florence. They wore Fink marquisette gowns fashioned t'tth fichu neckline and very full skirts, and carried arm bouquets of mixed garden Cowers. Mrs. Rainsford, mother of the bride, was attired In King's blue chiffon finished with corsage of pink rosea. Mrs. ReeL mother of the bridegroom, was wearing pale blue with yellow roses. During the reception following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Rainsford and Mr. and Mra. ReeL 6r, received frith the bridal party. Twist CALL US FOX i W. WISHON PETUNIA! When pitting cherries. Do no look With scon, upon The button hooKV Wise words. Petunia! An old-fashioned steel buttonhook is a fine cherry-pitting tool . . . and so is a new sterilized wire hairpin. Just Folks By EDGAR A. GCEST FLOWER ELECTION A rose decided once to run For office on the board of flowers. To say how abared.tbe sun. The fertile soil the wind, the showers. e A thistle ran against the rose And waged a very shrewd campaign. To every humble plant that grows It promised more of sun and rain. The thistle went from field to field, ' Where daisies in profusion grew. It promised them a larger yield And fewer hours of work to do. Now study of the ballots shows The same result we mortals note: The rosea voted for the rose. The thistle won the daisy vote The gsme of auction bridge originated in India. - Carpet for A Carpet That's Mer- , how four .floor widths to cfxt from, wk to wmplewcy your o o cant offoed to , et 733 per ta Miss Camp Married To Mr.Wishon In a home ceremony held on the afternoon Vf June 1? at Salisbury, N. C, Miss Anne Jarrett Camp, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Baxter Camp, became the bride of James William Wishon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Wesley Wishon of Spencer, N. C, and brother of Mrs. N. M. Drake of Greenville. The Rev. J. N. Lesslie conducted the double ring ritual. The candle use re lighted by Tom Drake of Greenville during a musical prelude furnished by Mrs. John B. Fisher, pianist. Mr. Drake and Miss Patricia Drake sang appropriate selections. The bride, given la marriage by her father, wore aa afternoon dress of blue crepe with basque waist and everskirt of act la ballerina length. Her hat was of matching blue nylon and she carried orchids oa a prayer book. A reception was held following the ceremony. Later, for . a wedding trip to Florida, the bride changed Into an aqua suit with which she wore natural accessoges and an orchid corsage. Mrs. Wishon Is a graduate of Boyden High School. Mr. Wishon was graduated from Spencer High School and served three and a half years with the Marine Corps. He Is now employed by the Southern Railway Company. They will reside with the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Drake and children. Tom. Pat and Alice Drake. and Joe Harris were Greenville guests at the wedding. Miss House y Mr. Stewart Speak Vows CHAPEL HILL, N. C, June 38.- The marriage of Miss Caroline Twitty House, daughter ot Chancellor Robert B. House of the Uni versity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Mrs. House, and William Stanton Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Stewart of Chesterfield, S. C, was solemnized Saturday noon, June 18, in the University Methodist Church of Chapel Hill. The Rev. Henry G. Ruark. pas tor of the church, was the officiating minister. A program of wedding music was presented by Preston H. Epps. vocal soloist, and Mrs. Epps, organist of the church. Given in marriage by her father. the bride wore a gown of ivory satia fashioned with a yoke of illu sion bordered with seed pearls. Her ruii-iengtn veu leu irom a cap of heirloom lace. She carried an arm bouquet of calla lilies. Matron of honor was Mrs. Robert Burton House, Jr. Miss Ann Sterling Wadsworth, cousin of the bride, was flower girt. Bridesmaids were Miss Elizabeth Graves Burke of Hendersonvllle, N. C; Miss Virginia 1 1 d T In..- ff T WM. V Muts Catherine carmen cole of Greensburg, La., and Mrs. Edward F. Emack of Haverford, Pa. They all wore gowns - of white embroidered organdy over turquoise taffe ta, and matching cans. Their bou quets were of yellow gladiolas tied with, turquoise ribbon. The flower girl carried a basket of yellow Goldi- iocs rosea. The groom's best man was . hi father. The ushers were Eugene N. Zeigler. Jr. of Florence. 8. C: David L. Freeman of Pickens, 8. C. James R. Worsley, Jr: of Greenville. N.C, and Robert Burton House, Jr., brother of the bride. Fred Weaver received the guests In the church foyer. Mrs. House wore a navy blue sheer costume suit with navy and apple green accessories, and a corsage of Cyrobldlum orchids. Mrs. Stewart wore peon gray unea ana a eorsage of lavender botanical ce- ehids. After the reception the couple A Downright Delight With Which FOR A LIMITED TIME COMtS IN . . X Holf of your decorating prtWcws or torved hc you insfoll wiiti ita tkeo. rich oil, so raaflhv rterablad aurfocd arvts enrr vour entirs, floor tOOC mention The nwrajftocturtrs nomt. wmtr icngc yd, "... . f Society Ifjewd j Marriages 'Engagements SIMMONS Mrs. H. W. Simmons of Clinton announces the engagement of her daughter, Rose Marian, to Byron Lell King, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. King, of BennettsviUe. The wedding will take place July 38, at Calvary Baptist Church. . ' - 1 - n FICKXIN-BARKER Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ficklin. of of their daughter, Betty Jo, to Walter A. Barker, oi this eity. The wedding BARBERY-MONTJOT Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barbery, of Clinton, announce the engagement ef their daughter, GayneU, to James Mont take place In July. SAMPLE Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sample of their youngest daughter, Naomi, to wedding will be held in trie Epworth THOMPSON Mr. and Mrs. James B. Thompson daughter, Alice, to Pfc. Tommy Woods of the United States Army, now serving in Korea, The wedding will take place in the near future. TEIGUE-LANDRETH ,1 W. A. Telgue of Pendleton announces the marriage of hit daughter, Hazel Lanell, to Trabert Lavern Landreth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Landreth of Eaaley, on June 4. The couple Is residing at 118 Bradley Avenue, Easley. MountviUe Church Scene Of Watts CLINTON. June 36. A wedding took place Wednesday evening, June IS. at I o'clock at the First Baptist Church In MountviUe when Miss Marjorie Ann watts Became tne bride of Frank Hunter Simpson, Jr, of this city. The double ring eeremony was performed by the Rev. Ware Madden, Jr, the bride's pastor. A nroaram of weddine music was rendered by Mrs. Griffin Pinson, pianist, and Mr. Pinson, soloist Miss Barbara Watts of Greenville. sister of the bride, waa maid of hon or ana Mrs. c. o. Haraigree of Hartwell, Ga., cousin of the bride, waa matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Rachel Watts, sister of the bride, Miss Gwendolyn Laramore of Mountvllle, Miss Marjorie Jones of Blacksburg, Mrs. W. M. Nash, IIL cousin of the bride, of Laurens, Miss Sara Chandler, cousin of the croom. of this city, and Mrs. W. O. King, Jr, of tnia city. Little Julia Watts, of Mountvllle. cousin of the bride, was flower glrL The groomsmen were Irby Chand ler, of this city, C. O. Hardigree of Hartwell, Ga, M. M. Wood of Greer, Reagan Rows of Charlotte, N. C, and Charles Pitts of this eity. VirgU B Simpson, of this city, was bis brother's best man. The bride, given in marriage by her father, L. Troy Watte, wore a wedding dress of Bridal satia fashioned with a marquisette yoke, and scalloped bertha embroidered in seed nearls and sequins, the full skirt ending in a cathedral train. The full length veil of illusion waa caught to her hair with a halo of eranee blossoms. She carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid and showered with ribbon left oa a motor trip. For traveling the bride wore a costume cult of toast shantung with yellow acces sories ana a corsage at chlds. Mrs. Stewart attended Hollins College and the University of North Carolina, graduating with the degree of A3. In Journalism in 1M8. Mr. Stewart attended The Citadel and Georgia Tech. receiving the degree of BS. In chemistry in 1C4C He served as an ensign In the U. a Naw. and after the war entered Harvard Law School, from which he graduated last month. He is a member ef the South Carolina Bar. Wall to Wall tQ. YD. vnm& 9 ft. RoH 12 ft. Roll 15 ft. Roll 18 ft Roii thit bcouHM corpot toft undcrfoof . . . fw "twilt fhot csen1. CJOarat from oR to oH. Yotl Mixtion of ton ssrwrt t ; i HOI TlTf - KING MountviUe. announce the engagement C. Barker, eon of Mr. and Mrs. A. wtu use piece come tune wis summer. joy of Greenville. The wedding will . - WARREN Joanna announce the engagement ef Thomas Warren of Newberry. The Methodist Church during August, - WOODS announce the engagement of their - Simpson Rites and Wee of the valley. Her only or nament was a strand of pearls, a gift of the (room, After the eeremoM a Nceotioa was held at the home of the bride, The three-tiered wedding cake was cut and served with Urne abcrbet and punch. During the evening the bride and groom left for a wedding trip to an unaisciosea aesunauon. ror going away, the bride chose a light toast suit with brown blouse, natural straw hat and lizard bag and shoes. Mra. Simpson Is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Troy Watts of Mountvllle, and a graduate of Mountvllle High SchooL She attended Lander College for two years, . taking a course in business science. ana ooias a secretariat position. Mr. Simpson, the elder son of Mr, and Mrs. Frank H. Simpson, is a graduate of Clinton High School. After serving in the navy air corps during the war he returned to Clemson College to complete hie education. He will be a member of the senior class the coming session. aw. ana Mrs. snmpson wiu ce as the home ef his Barents far the summer months. To Decorate if' ONLY 7a Bnst) j SIP

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