Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Jul 1 1973, Page 28

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - July 1, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaJuly Florence morning news vows pledged in Delaware ceremony in the Alder Sale United methodist Church of Wilmington. The Bride s brother a. G. Finklea ii. Gave her in marriage. She is employed by k. I. Dupont of Wilmington. Her Only attendant was mrs. Sally Holt of Flornece. The Groom is a graduate of Auburn University and is employed by Becktol corp. Of san Francisco Calif. William a. Kimborough of Mobile was Best Man. Ushers were r. T 0 in Wilband of Atlanta. A. Vows miss Catherine Ann a Gouveia Wilmington. Dkl. Mrs. Mary Margaret Kinkler Green and Oliver Ripley head or. Of Wilmington. Del., were married at 5 . On june 30. The Bride is a daughter of mrs. A. G. Kinkler of Pamplico and the Groom is a son of or. And mrs. Oliver Ripley head or. Of Thomasville Ala. The Rev. J. Robert Mackey officiated the double ring mrs. James William Gibson mrs. Courtney Watts Stokes double wedding ceremony unites j sister brother and finances a double wedding ceremony . June 30 United in marriage miss al Linc Marie one Hall Carat Reg. Holbro Olu jewellers downtown i Stokes and James William Gib son and miss Carolyn sue Tucker and Courtney Watts Stokes. Miss Stokes is a daughter of or. And mrs William soiling Stokes of society Hill and or. Gibson is a son of the Rev. And mrs. Charles Hubert Gibson of Patrick and Kann Axilis n. C. Miss Tucker is a daughter of air. And mrs. John Wilsor Tucker of society Hill and or. Stokes is a son of or. And mrs. William boiling Stokes. The Rev. Or. Gibson assisted in the Hev. Luke Walter per formed he double ring ceremony by candlelight in Welsh neck Baptist Church. A program of wedding music was presented by i s. Jerry Byrd organist and i Arry of Darlington soloist. Or. Stokes gave his daughter in marriage. She was graduated from St. John s High school in Darlington. Her sister. Mrs. Robert Calvin Rollins of Cheraw. Was her Matron of Honor. Or. Gibson is a graduate of Owen High school. Black Moun Tain. N. C. And is employed with Success. Security Glamour. Prestige if you Are want to know More Call 665-4602 or look us Over at the is Logan College across from Sears parking lot 151 n. Coil St. Florence s. C. Wolpman in society Hill. His Hest Man was John Melton of Kannapolis. N. C. Miss Tucker was Given in marriage by her brother. James Wilson Tucker. She is a rising senior at Cheraw High school. Mrs. Frank Wayne James of Hartsville was her sister s Matron of Honor. Or. Stokes is a graduate of Byrdtown Academy and is employed with his Fallier at Stokes builders. His Best Man was his brother. William boiling Stokes or. The brides attendants were mrs. William boiling stones or. Of Hartsville miss Karen Auman miss Nancy Hill and mrs. John Melton of Kannapolis. Sister of or. Gibson. Ushers were Julius Raymond Loflin or. Of Cheraw Nickic Kirkland of Florence Frank Wayne James of Hartsville Robert Calvin Rollins of Cheraw and John Melton of Kannapolis n. C. Following the ceremony the couples received in the Vestibule. After their separate wedding trips both couples will make their Homes in society Hill. Became the Bride of Robert Martin Hilburn at 7 . June 15 in St. Anthony s Catholic Church. The Bride is a daughter of or. And mrs. Darnel Goscia and the Groom is a son of or. And mrs. David Hilburn. All of Florence. The Rev. Msgr. Louis f. Starker performed the double ring ceremony. Organist was Joh Bulka. The Bride s father gave her in marriage. She is attending Wesl Florence High school. The Groom also is attending West Florence High school and is employed by Royce s shoe store at the Florence mall. The Bride s maid of Honor and Only attendant was miss Christie Scurry. Best Man was Powell. Usher was i Larry Weddington. A reception was held in the Church social Hall. After a wedding trip to Myrtle Beach the couple will live in Ken Rance. Meals on the move the portable ice Chest is kept nearly As Busy As the Kitchen refrigerator during summer months. Foods thai Are Light weight compact and nutritious deserve first consideration for meals in hie1 move. Home economists for Union Carbide films packaging remind us that the new round loaf lunch meats and skinless Franks fit that order perfectly parties Honor couples prior to double wedding following the rehearsal for the double wedding of miss Allione Marie Stokes and her brother. Courtney Watts Stokes and their respective finances. James William Gibson and miss Carolyn sue Tucker a cake cutting party was Given by mrs. William Andrew John Stone of Belle Isle. Georgetown mrs. Melvin Rudolph Robbison of Conway mrs. Joseph Berg Man heaves of Columbia. Mrs. Hoy Touchberry and mrs. William Thomas Kirkland. Both of Florence who arc aunts of miss and or. Stokes. The party was held at the Home of mrs. Kirkland. The Home of the hostess was decorated with magnolias and Spring Flowers. The Bride s table was covered with a Cut work cloth and held the punch bowl and the four tiered wed Ding cake. The cake had filigree pillars topped with a wedding ring lined with pearls holding lace Hall and love Birds. An array of party refreshments was served Buffet style. Miss Stokes and miss Tucker useful were honoured at a luncheon at the country Home of mrs. Sid Ney w. Fields. The table was entered with an old fashioned Bride and place cards marked the places. Hose corsages were Given the brides. After the Lun Cheon the Hon orces were presented Silver trivets. Miss Tucker was honoured at the Home of her sister. Mrs. Robert Calvin Kollins. In Cheraw. A White mum Corsage was Given the Bride upon arrival. Several bridal games were played with Given to he Hon rec. The hostess served assorted party food after which the Bride was presented an array of gifts. Miss Stokes was honoured at a miscellaneous Shower at the Home of miss Karen Auman with mrs. Flounders of Darlington As Lio Sless and school friends As guests. After games the Bride was showered with gifts. The hostess gave her an electric Fry pan and a quilted spread. Miss Stokes was honoured at a Shower at the society Hill Community building. Games were played under the direction of mrs. William boiling Stokes or. And mrs. Robert Calvin Hob bins. The Bride was Given an Orchid Corsage and an array of miss Tucker was honoured with a miscellaneous Shower at the society Hill Community building. A White glad Corsage was Given the Bride. Several bridal games were played under the direction of mrs. Katie Easterling. With prices Given to the Bride. The table was covered Wilh a wedding Bell cloth entered with an arrangement of while Magnolia and with Bride and wedding Bell on either end. After refresh ments carrying out a Green and White color scheme were ser Ved the Bride was Given an array of gifts for her future Home. Mrs. R. G. Donald honoured miss Stokes with a morning Par by at her Home. The hostess presented the Bride Wilh a Cor Sage and a Crystal and Silver coaster set. Party refreshments were served Buffet style. Midriffs halters 3 00 Gladstone s dress shop open won. Thru Fri. Til 9 . Yamaha music school music land designed to help parents discover the educational benefits of music. Hov to plan a musical environment for the Home. The techniques used to introduce Melody rhythm and Harmony to children. Four 1-hour classes two lessons per week for two weeks. Classes beginning july 9th. Entire course Only music co. Cail 662-3089 or 662-9774 1302 w. Evans St. Florence s. C. A reception was Given in the Dupont country club following the ceremony. The couple will make their Home in Wilming ton. Easy main dish an easy main dish for a Lazy Day is Spanish Rice. Start with the packaged variety from the store. After the Rice is cooked add i ounces of diced Pepper loaf. Return to the heat source just until meat is heated through. Furchgott s store wide everything goes drastic reductions use your revolving charge account Furchgott s help yourself to these terrific week of the 4th red hot special clearance Sale fabric save cd. Outstanding selection 100% polyester double knits our Best crepe stitch 1st Quality full pieces Whites colors regularly 3.98 cd. Spring summer favourites extra special 100% polyester double knits solids fancies Reg. To 4.98 full pieces voile prints Light airy for your summer sewing. 1st Quality full pieces solid coordinating stripes and Gingham checks Bright bold colourful hawaiian prints All machine washable 45" acrylics Cottons single knits ail machine washable 1st Quality full pieces Reg. 1.98 cd. 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