Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Nov 1 1970, Page 16

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1970, Florence, South CarolinaMiss Thomas is Bride of j. sunday no Vimukt i to a Hottott Flo Toj tables played at Bridge club Florence duplicate Bridge club met monday night with lift tables in play. The winners Are As follows North South 1. Duncan Tyson and t. E. Rogers 2. Or. Jack Richardson and Wilbur Howie 3. Or. And mrs. Joe Mclean 4. Mrs. Law rence Anthony and mrs. Kath Leen Coker both of Hartsville 5. Bob Mcmahon and Ernest Rodrigue. East West i. Mrs. Charles Smith and mrs. N. D. Ellis or. 2. Vance Brabham and Weston Houck 3. Or. And mrs. Jay Heiden of Lake City Keith Williams and Henry mrs. B. J. Baroody and mrs. John Basha. Timmonsville miss Vicki Darlene Thomas and Joseph Karwand Alexander Iii were United in marriage at 4 p.m., oct. 25, in United methodist Church. The Rev. T. L. Chapman pastor of the Bride officiated the double ring Cern Peony. The Bride is a daughter of or. And mrs. Henry j. Thomas. The Groom s parents Are or. And mrs. Joseph k. Alexander jr., All of Tim Mensville. A program of wedding music was presented by mrs. Lloyd Holden organist and mrs. Walter White soloist. The Bride Given in marriage by her father chose for her wedding a floor length gown of bridal White Peau de sole and Peau d Ange lace. It was Oneil s Antiques and accessories ass w. Palmetto St. Town Cut s. C. Furniture lighting fixtures lamp shades rewiring lamps pictures framing items of All kinds closed saturday All Day designed with a victorian neckline and sleeves. Seed pearls and lace accented with Swiss tatting fashioned the Yoke and sleeves. The skirt featured a double tier of lace appliques. The Chapel length train fell from the shoulders and was decorated with lace appliques. Her bouffant Elbow length veil of illusion cascaded from a victorian Cap of Peau d Ange lace and seed pearls. She carried a White prayer Book entered with a White hybrid Orchid and show ered with Stepha Notis and feathered carnations. Mrs. Ricky Thomas of Timmonsville served As Matron of Honor. Bridal attendants were the misses Lynette Thomas sister of the Bride Wanda Alexander sister of the Groom Gaynelle Galloway and Faye Corn. Flower girls were Lori Latshaw and Becky Alex Ander sister of the Groom. Or. Alexander served As his son s Best Man. Ushers included Ricky and Scott Thomas both Brothers of the Bride Wayne Alexander brother of the Groom and Harry Lawhon All of Tim miss Truluck honoured at bridal Shower Timmonsville miss Patsy Truluck Bride elect was complimented at a kit Chen Shower Given by mrs. J. K. Mclaughlin and mrs. Bernelle Blattner at the Home of the former in Florence. The Home of the hostess was decorated in a bridal Motif. Upon arrival the honoree was presented a White camellia Corsage. Bridal games were played after which guests were invited into the dining room for refreshments served from a table spread with a Linen cutwork cloth and entered with a Silva bowl filled with Pink chrysanthemums. After refreshments the guests were directed to the living room where miss Truluck was presented an array of gifts for her Kitchen Froni the 15 guests present which she opened and displayed. Begin a new future today or tinting night cusses in Beauty cult Uhi by Betty Stevens cosmetology Institute 307 Rainbow drive Florence s. C. Phone wm451 Only f few select your Chance for a career in hair styling through night study for the same course that has spelled Success for so Many Betty Stevens Call today classes begin in november wrinkles Are in it s a Young look. It s called crushed and crinkled Patent you la love the Way it feels. So soft. Black Blue Brown As seen in seven two twit ingenue and Glamour Roberts shoes downtown Florence mrs. Joseph Kirkland Alexander Iii Groom s parents Host after rehearsal party Timmonsville the t h o m a a Alexander wedding party families and out of town guests were entertained following the rehearsal on saturday. Or. And mrs. Joe Alexander jr., parents of the Groom were hosts and hostess at the Home of mrs. R. E. Carter. Guests were greeted by the couple and invited into the Din ing room. The table spread with an imported lace cloth featured a Center arrange ment of red roses in a Silver compote. The Bride and Groom Cut the first slice of the traditional cake and mrs. Alexander sliced and served the guests. Miss Claire Langston of Lake City Cousin of the Groom served punch from a Crystal punch bowl placed a one end of the table and the 35 guests helped themselves to a variety of party foods. After refreshments were served the Bride and Groom presented their attendants with gifts. The Home of mrs. Carter on Friday. The guests were greeted by the hostesses and invited into the dining room. The table was spread with a White Linen cloth and held a Center arrangement of Pink and red carnations in a Silver con Tainer. Tomato juice cocktails were served the guests upon their arrival and a three course luncheon was served in the dining room. The 16 guests found their places at the ban Quet table and the Bride s place was marked with a Pink Carnation Corsage. Following dinner miss Thomas was presented a place setting in her chosen pattern of Silver by the hostesses. Name Brand Quality furniture at Low prices Colony furniture 134 so. Dargan phone 669-4871 we also special order at special prices compare before you buy below is a partial list containing some of the lines we carry. Globe Brandt Carolina forge Cra Tique Henkle Harris link Taylor Henry link Clyde Pearson Simmons Thomasville Tell City key City Davis cob Hekman Young Winkle William Alan Lane la a boy Penn House Rembrandt lamp Sumter cab mrs. Gilbert Davis grandmother of the Bride ills. A. C. Thomas and mrs. John Thomas aunts of the wide All of Myrtle Beach entertained at a bridal Lun Cheon honouring miss Vicki Rhomas and her attendants at trains workers Unicof Nas provided for the training of More than paediatricians nurses midwives child care workers Community leaders nutritionists sanitation workers school teachers and other personnel serving children. Mrs. Kirby would t give Back our chandelier shop s j lighting Center h. Wayne Joye manager 179 s. Ca8hua or. 669-4431 entire line reduced first time Ever custom fabrics reduced 25% off regular cd. To cd. Now save 25 per cent off on All custom fabrics in Stock first time ever1 save m some Abr fes like Imperial Satin antique Satin sheers All j unlimited and Many Many More St Sears labor extra. Free estimates wife no shop at Sears and save Var Mimi w Yotter am use easy payment plan Sears . Phone 6624381 free parking

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