Florence Morning News from Florence, South Carolina on September 5, 1971 · Page 22
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- ^C-SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 5.1971 FLORENCE MORNING NEWS Are Spoken Wed at E^ergreen{Gtiiifch MRS. ROBERT DUNCAN HALL Miss Byrd Weds M. V. Broome Miss Judy Ann Byrd and Michael Voight Broome at_J changed wedding vows in the - Marion Church of God at 3:30 _p. m., Aug. 29. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Byrd of Marion and the groom is a.son of Mr. and Mrs. Voight Broome o f Florence. · The Rev. Grier W. Hawkins, pastor of the bride, performed the double ring ceremony. A musical program was presented by Miss Wanda Phillips, organist, and Mrs. 'John Tylcri soloist. .; The bride was given in ;"rnarriage by her father. She is % a graduate -of Marion High School and is employed at the Cake Box, Florence. The groom was graduated from McClenaghan H i g h School and attended Florcnce- Darlington TEC. He is employed with Herring Electric Co., Florence. . .Miss Jeannie Byrd of Columbia was her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were, the Misses Robin McCormick of Comvay; Parri Jones o f 'Marion; Danette Gault of Darlington; and Edith Young of H a r t s v i 11 c. Junior bridesmaids were the MFsses Brenda and Debbie Hughes of Florence; Robin Miles of Marion and -Lcesa Broome, sister of the groom. .Trina Rogers of Florence was flower girl.' . Miss Nolie Rebecca Daniels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tumey Daniels of Pamplico, became the bride of Robert Duncan Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs Edward Duncan Hall of Wilmington, Del., at 7 p.m. on Aug. 28. The Rev. David H. Cromcr performed the ceremony at the Union Baptist Church. Mrs. Bruce Hall, organist, and Miss Merry Nell Evans, vocalist, presented a program of wedding music, The bride was. given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Samuel E u R e n e Harmon of Chesapeake, Va.,« sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Miss Dtbra Lynn Daniels of Pamplico and Miss Candice Maxwell Jones of Florence were b r i d a l attendants. Amanda J o y c e Daniels, sister of the bride. was flower girl. Mr. Hall was is son's best man. Ushers were L a r r y Turner of Columbia, William Thomas Daniel, brother of the bride, A. G. Finklea and James Lewis Evans, all of Pamplico. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the Fellowship Hall of the church. MRS. JACK DENNIS JOHNSON Grooms Two Sisters Give Rehearsal Party TIMMONSVILLE -- Mrs. Janet Lamb and Miss Lcona Johnson, sisters of the groom, entertained Pate - Johnson wedding party members, their families and out - of - town guests immediately following the final rehearsal Friday evening held in the Social Hall of Evergreen Baptist Church. Guests were greeted by the hostesses and invited into the dining room. The table was covered with a white linen cloth and was centered with an arrangement of white daisies and carnations in a silver compote. Mrs. Marion Johnson served punch at one end of the table and guests helped themselves to an a s s o r t m e n t of refreshments. Mrs. Mitchell Griffin and Mrs. L. D. Johnson also assisted in sen-ing the 30 guests. shower given by Mrs. W. C. Thomas, Mrs. B. T. Pate and Miss Leona Johnson at the home of the former. Guests were greeted by the hostesses and invited into the living room. They also were directed into the gift room where a number of.wedding gifts were on display. Miss Johnson i n v 11 e a everyone into the dining room. The refreshment table, spread with a lace cloth, featured a color scheme of orange, gold and green in both refreshments and decorations. Mrs. Thomas served punch. T1MMONSVILLE - Miss ·Susan Bernlce Pate of Timmonsville and .Jack Dennis Johnson'of Effingham were ·united in marriage at 4 p.m., Sept. 4, in Evergreen Baptist ·Church. :....· The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Bemice Pate of Timmonsville and Mr. Pate and 'the groom Is a son of Leon Dennis Johnson of Florence 'and the late Mrs. Johnson: A program of wedding music was 'presented by Mrs. U R. Waddell, organist, and Mrs. Betty Floyd, soloist. The bride's grandfather, W. C. Thomas, gave her in ' marriage. She is a graduate of Timmonsville High School and is presently employed by Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., Florence. The groom is a graduate o f Southside High S c h o o l , Florence, and has b e e n 'employed by Sexton · Shealy Clinic. He will be a student'at Career Academy School, of Dental Technology, Atlanta/ . The groom's sister, Miss Leona Johnson, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were the Misses Martha McGcc of Coward, Roxanne G r i f f i n , Vickie Lamb and C r y s t a l Lamb, all of Charlotte. N. C. Parker Johnson served as his brother's best man. Ushers were Bobby Lanicr, Gerry Stolvcy, both of Florence, Larry Alexander of Columbia and Richard Pate, brother of the bride. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in fellowship hall of the church. MRS. WILLIAM DANIEL OWENS -- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Poston announce the marriage ot their daughter, Nellie Jean, to William Daniel Owens, 'son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Owens. The wedding took place on Aug. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the presence of the immediate families, in. the Florence Church of God. The Rev. Bobby Johnson performed the. double ring ceremony, with Donald 'Lee presenting a musical portion of the vows. The couple are both graduates of Southside High School. She has completed surgical technical training at the McLeod Infirmary and is employed by Marion Memorial Hospital.' The groom is attending Francis Marion College.and is employed by A P Food Store. Grandparents Host Luncheon Calendar all of Chester, and James B. Griggs of Cocoa Beach, Fla. Miss Susan Bernicc Pate was guest of honor at a drop r in Diamond Sales * Israel's diamond sales totaled S23 million in June, up SO per cent over June, 1970. Israel diamond exports for the first half of 1971 reached Slifi.5 million, up 27 per cent over 1970. Susan Bernice Pate and her Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kikcr of attendants were honored at j Pagcland, Miss Martha Griggs, bridal luncheon given by her Mr. and Mrs. Luke Gudelagc, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Thomas at t h e i r residence. Guests were greeted by the host and hostess and invited into the dining room where a three - course luncheon was served. The table, spread with an imported lace cloth, held as a centerpiece an arrangement of yellow chrysanthemums. · Out - of · town guests included A. G. Griggs, great grandfather of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. James Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Campo, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Griggs, all of Charlotte, N. C.; Murray G. Griggs of Los Angeles, Calif.; MONDAY ' 6 p.m. -- Duplicate Bridge C l u b hamburger supper at Florence Country 1 Club; game to start at 7:45 p.m. Opening Sept. 7 Bev's Beauty Shoppe 245-A FAIRFIELD CIR. FLORENCE, S.C. 662-0321 BEVERLY BERG OWNER OPERATOR Shelby Fine China Exclusively The China Shop Downtown MRS. MICHAEL VOIGHT BROOME Tommy Thomas of Darl- Immediately following the ington screed as best man. ceremony, a reception was Ushers were Edward Vincent held in the Watsonia Recrea- of Columbia, John Golf Jr., lion Center. Florence; David Putnam of Effingham; Roy Dickerson, After a wedding trip to the Florence. Brad Rogers was beach, the couple will make ring bearer. their home in Florence. NEW 1971 COLOR TV SALE! Son is Its message. 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