The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia on January 24, 1980 · 35
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The Atlanta Constitution from Atlanta, Georgia · 35

Atlanta, Georgia
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Thursday, January 24, 1980
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DEKALB EXTRA, January 24, 1980 22 Bi 3 rs DISTINCTIVE GIFTS & IHTEIIHATI0I1AL ILlPOnTS LAST CHANCE FOR QUO IHVBITORY SALE! Hugo Reductions! WE SPECIALIZE CI: Ivory Carvings Oriental Porcelains Brass Crystal Pewter Wooden stands, all sizes uaaro nm. iiu ua Fast, Free Delivery mm 498-2233 AWen WfiiitwwtJi Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Allen Jr. of Decatur announce the engagement of their daughter, Kimberly Leigh, to Charles Darwin Whitworth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Whitworth of Madison, Ala. The wedding will be March IS at Briarlake Baptist Church. The bride-elect was graduated from Shamrock High School and Auburn University. She is employed by Nova Services. The groom-to-be was graduated from Butler High School in Huntsville and will graduate in June from Auburn University. fciiBiilli 525 6011 Memorial Drive Stone Mountain North Springs Center, 7274 Roswell Rd.-Atlanta, Ga., 394-0333 WithJlfcf ; Get the quickest, safest tan GRAB A TAN. Greaseless, quick dry-. ing and invisible. $7.9? mrntrm Key West tanning products Kim Allen jp- -ry-. us . IF -r' ':.., V are also available with Total Sun Block, Waterproof Gel 6 Suntan Oil. NETWT.SOZ. KEr WEST 20 ALOE GRAB A TAW. Jfr S y . ." -4 i FAST-TANNINd DEL FOR NORMAL SKIN j KEY WEST ALOE From FLORID, available at Key West Aloe, Phipps Plaza Sassy Scissors. 2884 N. Druid Hills Rd. 633-4485 J A Ashley Holland Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ashley of Stone Mountain announce the engagement of their daughter, Sandra Lynn, to Donnie Alan Holland, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.S. Holland of Decatur. The wedding will be Feb. 22 at Mount Carmel Christian Church in Decatur. The bride-elect was graduated from Clarkston High School. She is employed by Fulton National Bank. The groom-to-be was graduated from Cedar Grove High School. He also is employed by Fulton National. Buke Arwood Mr. and Mrs. James 0. Buice Jr. of Decatur announce the engagement of their daughter, Jill Lyn-nett, to Jesse Curtis Arwood Jr., son of the Rev. and Mrs. J.C. Arwood of Avondale Estates. The wedding will be in February at the Peach-crest Baptist Church in Decatur. The bride-elect is employed by General Electric Credit Corp. The groom-to-be is employed by Corporate Jet Aviation. - Sm-KS iSlii ill r 5 WITH J4-ITEM SALAD BAH ...SS.99 . M j-l I-si ill ? -S) T HO Dobbin, Exit of H-75 WJ OO llll 111 5 : I Bfmmmwi ,55SEa.J fall Si i Johnson Davis Mr. and Mrs. George M. Davis Sr. announce the marriage of their daughter, Mereda Leatrice, to Henry Calvin Johnson, son of Henry C. Johnson Jr. and Christine Johnson of Decatur. The wedding was Dec. 29 at Lake Providence Missionary Baptist Church in Nashville. The Rev. William K. Davis, uncle of the bride, officiated. Maid of honor was Kathy Holt. The bridesmaids were Anita Arline, Tina Gray, Brenda Hendrix, Freida Davis, Rhona Davis, Jackie Davis, Regina Davis and Shirley Brooks. The best man was Keith Rawls. Ushers were Robert Davis, George M. Davis Jr., Rodney Davis, Charles Jones, Victor Davis, Roosevelt Simmons, Steve Lester arid Kenney Pratt. Music was provided by organist Kevin Settles and pianist Wayne Settles. Soloists were Shirley Settles, Lula Jordan and Rosa A. Dotson. A tribute to the bride and groom was given by Bertha Smith Clark. , v V ' ... A reception was held at the Ramada Inn;

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