Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Jun 7 1970, Page 15

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - June 7, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaOr. And mrs. Parrish Host final rehearsal or. And mrs. Harold Bernard Parrish parents of the Groom entertained the w o Odham Parrish wedding party families and out of town guests with a dinner at the Flamingo restaurant immediately following the wed Ding rehearsal. A color scheme of yellow and White was carried out. The table was decorated with a Centrepiece of daisies and greenery flanked by two Crystal candelabra with yellow candles. The can Delabra Are heirlooms of the Groom s family. Place cards with yellow bows and wedding rings marked the guests places. A miniature Glass Slipper with bows designated the Bride s place and the Groom s place was marked with a Small top hat and Cane. Gifts were presented by the Bride and Groom to members of the wedding party and the couple exchanged gifts. Miss Lydia Woodham Bride of William Lee Parrish was entertained with a bridal Shower at the Home of mrs. J. 0. Rogersjr. With mrs. Leslie Spencer mrs. W. C. Wright and mrs. W. L. Winstead As assisting hostesses. The Home was decorated with arrangements of Flowers in shades of Pink. Upon arrival the Bride was presented a Corsage of sweetheart roses. Bridal games were played by the 25 guests present. Assorted party refreshments were served. The guests presented the honoree with an assortment of gifts. Mrs. Powell Woodham Mother of the Bride and mrs. Harold Parrish Mother of the Groom were special guests. When she fixes her hair just the Way you like if that s love. When you give her a Diamond 3 Mars j54 West Evns St t priced from to other perfect love Diamond rings priced from to Florence s. C. Mrs. William b. Finklea mrs. Fred Barringer mrs. Samuel Worrell mrs. L. M. Jansson mrs. W. B. Anderson and mrs. Eugene Hutchison were hostesses at a bridal Shower in Honor of miss Woodham. The party was at the Home of mrs. Finklea. Upon arrival the Bride was presented a Corsage of White carnations from the hostesses. After a social period and an interlude of game playing directed by mrs. Barringer refreshments were served to the guests. The table was covered with a Green Linen cloth and entered with White bridal arrangement. Mrs. Woodham served punch and mrs. Parrish served cake. An original poem written by mrs. Finklea in Honor of both the Bride and Groom was read before the gifts were presented from the guests. The mothers of the Bride and Groom were special guests. A Surprise Shower was Given for miss Woodham by or. And mrs. Jack Humphries and her fellow employees of the Betty Stevens style Center at the Center. An assortment of party food was served and then Many useful Kitchen gifts were presented to miss Woodham. Mrs. J. B. Jordan and her daughter Susan who is a bridesmaid in the wedding were hostesses at a miscellaneous Shower i n Honor of miss Woodham. The party was held at the Home of mrs. G. W. Bellinger. A White Carnation Corsage was pinned on the honoree when she arrived. Miss Jordan Lead in several bridal games and then the guests were invited into the dining room for refreshments. The table was covered with a White Linen cloth and entered with an arrangement of White Flowers and greenery flanked by lighted White candles. A cake made in the shape of an umbrella was used on one end of the table and was served by mrs. Wallace Pardue. Punch was served from a Crystal bowl at the other end of the table by mrs. Jordan. Lovely selections for the Lovely Bride lingerie Robes slippers dresses suits sportswear gloves handbags blouses jewelry scarves Hose we Honor Bank cards where Quality is higher than Price fashion Center 151 West Evans St. Downtown Mannott morning Jorwa sunday june 7, to 7-1 husband gets Brider and Sterling too Hope Chest May not win a husband but Sterling Silver is still a cherished Possession of today s Bride. In ancient France it was the prerogative of the Hus band to be to inspect the possessions which his Fiancee brought with her before the marriage. If the Trousset or Little bundle was not sufficient the ceremony might be called off in those Days a Trousseau consisted not Only of personal wearing apparel appropriate for the wedding and Honey Moon but also of All kinds of household items including Silver tableware China and linens. Any girl who could add a pair of handsome candlesticks to the Trousset did t have cause to worry about her future. Today happily a girl s Charm and personality count for vastly More than her possessions. And these Days when the husband to be is found inspecting the Sterling before the wedding he s simply helping his Fiancee choose the pattern. More and More Young couples according to bridal consultants make the final selection together and this certainly makes sense for the husband will be using the family Sterl ing almost As much As his wife in the years to come. The Bride of today is far luckier than her Long ago counterpart when it comes to the amount of Silver flatware she s Likely to own. In a re cent Survey conducted by brides Magazine of 900 brides to be the median number of Sterling place set Tings received As wedding gifts was eight a queenly number indeed Back in the Days when Silver was owned Only by the very Rich. Parents it seems Are a girl s Best Friend when it comes to acquiring her Sterl ing. According to the Survey 55 per cent of the girls received flatware from their parents. This is not Surpris ing for Sterling flatware has Long been the traditional gift of the parents of the Bride. Just As Silver objects were included in the Trousset in eighteenth Century France Ard Silver coins were the dowry of the Bride in ancient Greece the giving of Sterling flatware today is a continuation of an age old custom. The swings building where us l thousands save millions for an even brighter future x Peoples Federal presents the old reliable pass Book for Over 60 years it has stood every test. Flexibility simplicity no minimum no restrictions free from speculative risk no Fine print it s the Best credit card you can have at Peoples Federal people come first with no regrets yesterday today or tomorrow 1. Thirty Days interest plus Bonus of 10 Days i passbook savings by june 10th earn from june 1st. Savings certificates mos. Certificates minimum year certificates minimum year certificates minimum now earn 5.25% to 6.00% Thrift and Home ownership 238 Coit. St. Float Antt s. C. Assets now Over 32 million dollars free parking drive up window loaf your car not your Money

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