Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Aug 30 1970, Page 21

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 30, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaGroom s family entertains Bloodworth Mclntosh rehearsal or. And mrs. .1 u n i u was Given at n. C., or. And Mali Josh parents of club of w. Burnham Uhler ii of Groom and or. And co hosts were or. And mrs. B u n h a m u h 1 e r mrs. Saunders d. M c l e 0 d of Spartanburg sister and mrs. Jack John Langston of brother in Law of the and mrs. Al n. C., miss Sarah entertained at a seated jr., mrs. Of Atlanta ga., Dan rehearsal dinner or. And mrs. Of Augusta ga., or. Miss Frances Bloodworth mrs. Arthur mrs. Charles t. Clayton Laurence Mel Tosh and mrs. Fenwick Claude w. Smith jr., marriage was an event or. And mrs. To. W. D e w e y aug. 29 at Central or. And mrs. Of the Bride. Methodist or. And mrs. Mary Malone Moore All Figi chrysanthemums and or. And mrs. Birmingham Ala. Or. Shades of yellow and Gold mrs. John Harris. Mrs. Silver a Vergnes were used arrival guests Hamilton Morris jr., the dining room at Tomato juice of the Bride All country club of the reception room. Geneva Ala., or. And breakfast was .1. H. I 1 s i n s o n of after a social hour the dining n. C., Samuel k. Were directed into the included members or. And mrs. T. Room where the bridal wedding party Medlock. All o f tenants places were the following mrs. Oscar Lee with gifts from the Bride of Geneva Ala., Mclvin k. Medlock Helen Hall of toasts were made to miss Millie or. And mrs. Bridal couple before the Memphis tenn., or. Witt or. Of Birm Ding party and guests Lucian f. Bloodworth mrs. Clarence served a four course tenn., or. Of Jacksonville. Fla., a wedding breakfast Meekins and mrs. William Morris ing miss Bloodworth and of. Jacksonville Bill Morris All of Mclntosh on the Day of Sidney Phillips o Ala. Miss Jordan vows to s. Esterkamp miss Dolly Jean Taylor daughter of or. And Over Peau de some. It was designed with a Owen .1. Taylor and outlined Betty Ann Jordan Steven Matthews son had Long elect of oct. 4, was or. And mrs. Fitted bodice. The a Bridge Shower by Thigpen All of train lace Debra Stilley at her were married at . Fastened at the 12 guests were aug. 28. The double ring she carried a bouquet of White at the door by miss Stilley and each was Given a was performed at Stepha Notis and of White Rice tied with Park methodist Church Satin the Rev. Eugene Mulliken. Mrs. Blanche Atwill organist and mrs. Cheryl g r i e r soloist gave a program of nuptial music. The Bride was Given Cindy Alderman was maid of Honor. Mrs. Dolores Britton was Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were the misses Vicky Thigpen Terry Wright Linda Stone All of Bride was presented a Corsage of Lily of the Valley and miniature wedding Bells. She also was Given gifts and guests then played several marriage by her father. Of Bridge. Wore a floor length gown Thigpen was Best were invited into the while Chantilly lace and were Joey room for punch and Botlon k o i y Hairfield Charleston and Paul Paxton. Refreshments. The table was decorated with Pink candles and Pink Flowers. Reception followed Oneida Sterling flatware in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. After a wedding trip of Sunset Beach n.c., the couple will make their Home Jordan and Terry Esterkamp were entertained by or. And mrs. Larry Ciden and or. And mrs. Eric Ciden 30% of. The Bride is a the Home of the latter for cocktails and a Buffet supper. Of the University 25 guests were seated thru sept. A table decorated with the China shop downtown Groom is a recent graduate of the Citadel and will do graduate work candles and yellow and Orange marigolds. After the meal the couples enjoyed Lech this next during the evening. Florence or Midi hair fashions for fall Are feminine and at Summers end a new styling Given along with a permanent that will condition hair As it perms is usually t to bring Back the body and control your Holt once Hod. Special for a limited time. Our 25.00 Perm i 0.00 Beauty wig salons Tel 662-2411 Legette Bullock Inal parties or. And mrs. James r. Bullock or. Entertained the wedding party and guests thursday evening after the rehearsal in the Terrace room of Oakdale country club in Honor of miss Cynthia Legette and James r. J Bullock or. The receiving j room was decorated with mixed summer Flowers and candles. Miss Legette was presented an Orchid Corsage by the Host and hostess. A j Buffet supper was served. Mrs. Richard Wayne Brown miss Stone or. Brown marry in Fayetteville miss Legette was honoured by her Matron of Honor mrs. Edwin Godbold Legette at j the bridal luncheon held in j the Plantation room of holi j Day inn on 1-95. J upon arrival the Bride was i presented a Corsage of red and White roses. J i places for 18 guests were marked by intertwining Gold wedding rings. The table a Large Oval to designate a Cir Cle of Friendship was decorated with arrangements of mixed Flowers. After t h e luncheon the married guests each told of a funny experience she had had in preparing for the wedding. The Bride was presented a dinner plate in her formal China by the hostess and she presented her attendants gifts of Silver serving trays. Black Brown beige Grey Navy White red open won. Thru Fri. Til 9 p. M Gladstone s dress shop miss Donna Ida Stone daughter of or. And mrs. Loran Bethea Floyd of Hope Mills n. C., formerly of Florence and Richard Wayne Brown son of or. And mrs. William Jennings Brown were married at . Aug. 29 at first Baptist Church of Fayetteville n. The Rev. Glen e. Holt performed the double ring ceremony. A program of music was presented by mrs. Catherine Taylor organist and or. John Lewis Guinn soloist. The Bride Given in marriage by her father wore a floor length gown of candlelight Peau de some and Chantilly lace. It was designed with a victorian neckline Long sleeves ruffled at the wrists and an Empire bodice. The bodice and sleeves were of lace. The skirt swept into a Chapel length train and appliques and insertions of lace decorated both the skirt and train. She wore a Chapel length Mantilla of illusion edged with a deep Border of Chantilly lace. She carried a White Bible Given to her by her grandmother topped with a White Orchid and Satin ribbon streamers. The Groom s father stood As Best Man. Ushers were Jerry Purvis of Florence David Newman Lloyd of Fayetteville Herbert William Clogg ii of Baltimore md., Michael Deams West of Fayetteville and Stephen Kent May of Winston Salem. N. Mrs. Andrew Marion Crane of Charlotte n. C., was her sister s Matron of Honor. Bridal attendants were mrs. Paul William Parrott of Florence mrs. Samuel mor Ris Webb Iii of Florence. Mrs. Terrill Mckissick of Sumter miss Donna May of Winston Salem and miss dance theatre Academy 435 Woodland drive let their first step be the right one accepting fall enrolment limited placement available Ballet Pointe tap jazz now featuring by special demand teenage modern jazz musical comedy All Ages beginning Ballet for older students up to 16 years adult Ballet for figure and fun classes begin september 8th-to Register dial staff Peggy Sprague courses Shirley comedy Barbara Howie Ballet mistress Elsie Jenkins co Ballet mistress Vicki instructor Sharon Barbour of Fayetteville. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at Williamsburg Hall of the Church. After their wedding trip to the coast the couple will make their Home in Fayet j Neville. The granddaughter of or. And mrs. H. Gibbs of Florence was graduated from Fayetteville High school class of 1908, and the Fayetteville Beauty College. She is presently employed at Lamarck s Beauty Salon Fayetteville. The Groom is a senior at methodist College and is presently employed at Sears Roebuck co. In Fayetteville. He was graduated from Fayetteville High school class of 1967. He plans to receive a b. A. Degree in june 1971, Wei a major in business administration. Picture yourself Long to travel to Tropic Isles the mountains forests or the sea but suck with a budget that dictates staying at Home then surround yourself with Scenic pictures of the faraway p aces you j inv the most suggests the i picture and Frame Institute i Els Are purchased Wilh a factory guarantee. Limited time offer Topper Cas Cades Falls stretch wigs part wigs wiglets 100% human hair in addition to the savings on our regular discount. Prices discount wig Center open evenings by appointment 126 South i Rby Street phone 662-6961 september clearance All fixtures m Sale Price compare at off our whole Sale list Price approximately fixtures displayed distressed Walnut spindle of this classic county Manor styling hold five Graceful burnished brass arms was Sale Price Sale Price and up approximately 125 fixtures to be sold at Cost and below. Shop Early Wagon wheel fixture 18" 3 Light 20" 4 Light s3488 24" 5 Light for free estimate and recommendation of Correct lighting bring your building plans Post and lantern combination All weather proof s j lighting Center s1488 179 s. Nashua or. H. Wayne Joye manager and up

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