The Danville Register from Danville, Virginia on June 29, 1969 · Page 31
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The Danville Register from Danville, Virginia · Page 31

Danville, Virginia
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Sunday, June 29, 1969
Page 31
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Sullivan valley, and stephanotis. Mrs. Kerr Suton Farley Jr., of Danville was matron of honor for her sister. She wore a full- length sleeveless A-line gown of blue sahi. The wedding ring neckline was banded w i t h Venise lace. The front of the dress was enhanced with a full- length band of matching lace. The back featured a full-flowing self-bow. She wore a m a t c h i n g cartwheel hat of horsehair braid highlighted with tiny flowei clusters. She carried a Colonial nosegay of mixed summer i flowers in shades of purples,] blue and yellow. Mrs. Richard John Pretty, sister-in-law of the bride, Mrs. Robert Samuel Frey Jr., of York, Penua. and Miss Valerie Kay Wheat of Richmond, col- lege classmates of the bride were brid/.l attendants. Their dresses and head pieces were identical to those of the matron of honor. They carried similar bouquets. Kathleen Anne Farley, niece of the bride, was flower girl. She wore a full length white dotted swiss dress and carried a basket of yellow rose petals. Richard Marks Pretty and Ernest : David Pretty, nephews of the bride, were ring bearers. Robert Michael Bullock of Arlington, was best. man. The ushers were Richard- John Pretty of Danville, brother of the bride, - Kerr Su'tton Farley Jr., of Danville, brother-in-law of the bride, and Lt. Robert E Watkins of Fort Benning, Ga. A reception was held im- mediately f o l l o w i n g the ceremony in the church social hall. : After a short wedding trip the couple will make their home for the summer in Williamsburg. Borden gardenias tied with green velvet ribbon. Edwin Brownrigg Borden IV of Goldsboro, N.C., was best man for his brother. Grooms- men were Donnell Borden Cobb, of Raleigh, N.C. and Wiiliam James Chandler of Charlotte N.C., cousins of the bridegroom; Graham Gordon Lacy Jr. of Chevy Chase, Md., brother-in- law of the bridegroom; John Clarke Whitaker Jr. o f Winston-Salem, N. C.; Thomas Stephen Kenan III of Palm Beach, Fla.; James Norwood Holmes Jr. of Goldsboro; William Lea Palmer of Valdese, N. C.; and David Montgomery Gold of Greensboro, cousin of the bride. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Country Club Inn. After a wedding trip to islands in the Caribbean Sea, Mr. and Mrs. Borden will make their home in Greensboro, N. C. * * * Reunion Planned By Norcutt Family Members of the N o r c u t t Luncheon At Blairs Fetes Marilyn Oakes, Prospective Bride Mrs. David L. Giles and Mrs. James T. Oakes entertained at a luncheon yesterday in the home of the latter r.t Blairs honoring Miss Marilyn Louise Oakes whose marriage to Per- family will hold their annual reunion at Ballou Park, Oven 8, beginning at 11:30 a.m., Sun- day, July 6. Friends and relatives are invited to come and bring a picnic lunch. The Register: Danville, Va., Sunday, June 29. 1969 5-C ry Thomas Elliott will be a n j event of July 12. ! Lundieon was served from a table appointed in pink and green. The home was decorated with arrangements of tropicana roses and gardenias. The hostesses presented Miss Oakes with a gift of silver in her chosen pattern. Those present were: Mrs. 0. D. Oakes, mother of t h e honoree; Mrs. D. T. Elliott, mother of the p r o s p e c I i v e bridegroom; Mrs. Kathy Byrd, Mrs. Mary Oakes, Miss Alice Evans, Faye Owen, L i b b y Breakfast Honors Miss Merricks Mrs. Anne M e r r i c k s en- tertained at a w e d d i n g breakfast yesterday at the Holi- Inn honoring her daughter, Mis* Jo Anne Merricks, who was married to Claude Swanson Owen last evening in Hopewell Methodist Church. Miss Merricks was presented a carnation corsage and silver in her chosen pattern. Tamson and Sarah Crane. J __. big summer fabrics to make room for unusually early and heavy shipments of Fall fabrics we must REDUCE SUMMER STOCKS NOW! 3 big groups of famous brand, first quality summer fabrics! group 1 Lowenstein's "Ultra Blend" prints, orig. 69c Lowenstein's Playwear Duck prints, orig. 89c Lowenstein's Playwear Duck solids, orig. 89c Concord's Traditional prints, orig. 1.00 Dan River's "Nubby Dan" prints, orig. 1.00 Dan River's "Nubby Dan" solids, orig. 1.00 Lowenstein's "Signature" prints, orig. 79c Dumari's "Powder Puff" Muslin prints, orig. 99c Victorian Leno Weave prints, orig. 99c John Wolf's "Margate" pique prints, orig. 1.00 group 2 Klopman's "Fairway" prints, orig. 1.29 Springs Mills "Tremode" prints, orig. 1.39 Concord's Sailcloth prints, orig. 1.59 Concord's Sailcloth solids, orig. 1.59 Plus ... a large assortment of Mission Valley and other famous mill fabrics . . . swiss dots, Dacron®polyester/cotton prints, suitings, piques, others, orig. .to 1.99 yd. group 3 Henry Glass Peter Pan border prints, orig. 1.99 Klopman's "Skimmer" prints, orig. 1.99 Klopman's "Trigger" prints, orig. 1.99 Concord's Embroidered Kettlecloth, orig. 3.99 Wamsutta's "Nostalgic", orig. 1.99 Concord's Kettlecloth prints, orig. 1.99 2,000 yds. Short Lengths... 1 to 10 yard lengths, wide assortment of solid colors, all summer prints! special purchase, just in time for summer wearing . . . Italian Sandals pr. values to 3.00; 2.00; values to 4:00: 3.00 natural leathers, colored patents sizes 5-10, cushioned insoles white, brown, green, gold, silver, yellow, multi-colors

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