Aiken Standard from Aiken, South Carolina on May 16, 1974 · Page 11
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Aiken Standard from Aiken, South Carolina · Page 11

Aiken, South Carolina
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Thursday, May 16, 1974
Page 11
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I Church Wedding Planned Miss Barbara Gibbs Mann 'will become the bride o f , Mr. Robert Theodore Cain on July 27 at the South Aiken Presbyterian Church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel M. Mann of Aiken and the granddaughter of Mrs. J. R. Simmons of Law- renceville.Va. Miss Mann attended Aiken High School and Georgia Southern College where she earned a B.S. degree in home economics with an emphasis in interior design. She is a member of the National Beta Club. The bride-elect is presently employed at Town and Campus Pharmacy in Statesboro, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Cain of Aiken are the parents of the bridegroom- elect. His maternal grandmother is Mrs. Minnie Craig of Belvedere and paternal grandparents are Mrs. Pauline Corbett of Columbia and Mr. W. C. Cain of Aiken. Mr. Cain received a B.S. degree in geology from Furtnan University and is a member of the National Beta Club and Tau Kappa Epsilon. BARBARA GIBBS MANN To Wed In July PATRICE WRAYMcCEE Aiken County FuBIic c McGee-Fulmer Rites Set Club Ends Year The wedding of Miss Patrice Wray McGee and Mr. Robert Leonard Fulmer Jr. will take place in late August at the Levels Baptist Church. The announcement was made by the bride- elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace D. McGee of Aiken. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Beulah H. Smith of Batesburg and the late Mr. Arthur H. Hallman. Her paternal grandparents are Mr. Arthur McGee of Aiken and the late ' Mrs. McGee. Miss McGee will graduate from Aiken High School later this month. She is secretary for the senior class and a member of the student council. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Fuimer of Aiken are the parents of the bridegroom- elect. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Smalley and Mr. and Mrs. Q. J. Fulmer, all of Aiken. Mr. Fulmer attended Aiken High School where he was a member of the football team, German club and Order of Green and Gold. He is now employed at Piggly Wiggly. Using the president's theme of the year, "Our Environment, It's Growth and Beauty," J. H. Evans, Aiken County Farm Agent with the Clemson Extension Service, spoke to the members of Wildwood Garden Club at the last meeting of the season. Evans emphasized the control and preparation of the environments utility and growth using slides of garden pests and insects. The best insecticides to use and how to use them .was.also a part. Of his Ulk-.«s;,vy^;:J;^-.:. .WsUx.: "Our land is being purchased in large tracts, necessitating the formation of a planning and development board to study, protect and zone the land use for the best long term results," Evans told the club members. Miss Margo Murtha, president, conducted a short business meeting at which time it was announced Wildwood had won a state award for selling the most Garden Club Calendars in the state. The meeting was held at the. home of Mrs. Don Evenhack with Mrs. C. Ice, Mrs. R. Shepherd and Mrs. D. R. Debnam serving as hostesses. Society Installs Officers "Opportunities for Realization" was the topic discussed by members of the Phi Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society at its recent meeting held at the Owens-Corning Fiberglas Clubhouse. Amelia Beasley spoke on multi-vocations, Betty Kennedy, avocations; and Helen Woodbury, personal involvement. An installation service was held for the following officers: Richardine Cushman, president; Mae Steadman, first vice president; Lena Kemp, second vice president; Martha EHis, recording secretary; Lorene- Carson, corresponding secretary; Margie Blizzard, treasurer; and Mary Lou Willis, parliamentarian. During the business session, Janet Gray was initiated into the chapter. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Willis, Ollie Baughman, Sara Gantt, and Mrs. Blizzard. f In The Tea Leaves By LIN SMITHWICK The string of devastating tornadoes that ripped through many cities several weeks ago caught the attention of two Scottish doctors. Dr. Cyril Banebridge, Fellow Resident of the College of Physicians, is Senior Administrating Medical Officer of the Western Region Hospital Board, which consists of 180 hospitals. He was also physician to the queen for three years. Dr. William Sillar, Fellow Resident of the College of Surgeons, is Senior Orthopedic Surgeon of Seuther General and Associated Hospitals, in Glascow. The two doctors were in this country studying methods used by medical emergency teams in the tornado disaster areas. They stopped in Aiken to visit at the Florence Street home of Dr. Silliar's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander MacKay. '" ·'·· '·-'- ^Thefe are millions of Americans who "ate clever and fearless, but the trouble is they are only three years old. One of Aiken's new three year olds, James McLane Gregory, celebrated his third birthday surrounded by gifts and relatives. Special guests at his party were his great-great-aunt, Miss Bessie Reece and his great-grandmother, Mrs. Hattie Piper, both of Aiken. Among the other guests were James's grandparents from Aiken and Wagener. Another special guest x was his 5 month old baby brother, Charles. Both boys are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. James Gregory. Gail Abney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Abney of Aiken, is a patient at Talmade Hospital in Augusta. For her friends who would like to send get well wishes, she is in room 520. Barbara Holley was entertained at a number of festivities prior to her marriage to Clair Henkes on May 11. A miscellaneous shower was held by the staff of the University of South Carolina, Aiken Campus, and a second miscellaneous shower was given by a group of friends at Millbrook Baptist Church. Mrs. Harry Underwood and Mrs. David Owens entertained at a Tupperware shower at the Underwood home and Mrs. Perrin Herrin and Mrs. J. E. Finnegan hosted a kitchen shower. After the wedding rehearsal on Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Clair H. Henkes gave the bridal party a dinner at the Holiday Inn. On Saturday, prior to the wedding, the bride's aunt, Mrs. George W. Parks, and the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Royal Holley, entertained at a brunch at the Parks home in North Augusta. Wedding and engagement forms are available at the Aiken Standard office, 124 Rutland Dr., for announcements to u published. The Aiken Standard accepts uwth engagement and bridal .portraits providing they are suitable for reproduction. ^j Jennings- '· Bodie Nuptials Set Miss Judith Diane Jennings and Mr. Randall Vines Bodie will exchange wedding vows on Aug. 11 at the Millbrook Baptist Church in Aiken. . Mr. and Mrs. James William Jennings of Aiken are the parents of the bride- elect. Her grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Metts of Branchvitle and the late Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jennings of McCormick. Miss Jennings attended Aiken High School.,and .is presently employed at Ed-ward's. · " The bridegroom-elect is the son of the late Mrs. Dorothy V. Bodie of-Newberry and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vines of Newberry. Mr. Bodie is attending the University of South Carolina under an Air Force ROTC scholarship. Couple To Wed In June SUMTER - Miss Mary Frances Martin and Mr. Archie Paul Jordan plan to be married on June 15 at the trinity Methodist Church: in Sumter. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grieshaber Martin Jr. of Sumter. She is a graduate of Sumter High School and the University of South Carolina and is presently teaching in the Columbia Christian School. Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas Jordan of Aiken are groom-elect. He holds a B.A. degree from the University of South Carolina and is now associated with WEB-IV Recording and Publishing Co. of Atlanta. Ergle- DuBose Plans Made RIDGE SPRING - Mr. and Mrs. David H. Ergle of Ridge Spring announce the. engagement of their daughter, Rebecca Kay, to Mr. J. Leo DuBose Jr. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Albert Cushman of Aiken and Mr. and Mrs. Wade W. Ergle of Ridge Spring. She received an A.D. degree in nursing from the University of South Carolina, Aiken Campus and is now employed at the Aiken County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. Leo DuBose of Monetta are the parents of the bridegroom- elect. His maternal grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. David S. Burnett of Saluda. .Mrs. Lula W. Atkinson of Batesburg and the late Mr. W. DuBose of Monetta are the paternal grandparents. Mr. DuBose attended the Greenwood College of Commerce and the University of South Carolina. He is presently employed as a private investigator. .The 'couple plan to be. married on May 23 at the Mr. Pleasant Baptist Church. A little luncheon meat does a lot for soup. Try heating salami slices in split pea soup. Another time, slice skinless franks into black bean soup, heat and serve. SUPPORT PANTY HOSE $ 1.49 Reg. $3.00 MANUFACTURERS OUTLET Aiken Augusta Hwy. 1 Heck Below Hospital Good Food, Good Friends, Together Seafood Buffet Presents Sunday Buffet Daily Noon Buffet Each Friday Your Choice Of Meats, Vegetables, Favorites From The Salads Desserts Deep Delicious And Economical HWY. 19 1-20 Of Aiken M A R Y FRANCES MARTIN To Wed Aikenite TERRY ANN PRIM To Wed In Columbia USC Graduates Engaged COLUMBIA - Miss Terry Ann Prim and Mr. James Cromer Smith will exchange wedding vows on August 3 at Rose Hill Presbyterian Church in Columbia. The bridegroom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Rufus Smith of Aiken. His grandparents are the late Mr. and Mrs. William Cromer of Aiken and the late Mr. and Mrs. James Smith of Walhalla. In May Mr. Smith will receive a B.S. degree in business administration from the University of South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Li- Frage Prim of Columbia are the parents of the bride- elect. Her maternal grandparents are Mrs. Betty Moseley of Columbia and Mr. Frank Moseley of Greer. Mrs. Harry. Severs Prim of Columbia and the late Mr. Prim are .her pa- ternal grandparents. Miss Prim earned a B.A. degree in elementary education from the University of South Carolina where she was a member of Kappa Delta Sorority. She is now employed by Lexington County School District No. 1. Aikrn Women Thursday/ May 16, 1974 Page 1-B DRESS SHOP AIKEN, S.C Cotton KnitT-Shirt Shorts in polyester and cotton chino DOWNTOWN AIKEN FREE PARKING

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