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Wilson Daily Times (Newspaper) - November 24, 1950, Wilson, North Carolina Friday even ipg nov Vrap of lg3 the Wilson daily times. Wilson. N. C. Five miss Doris e. Whitley marries Joseph d. Motzno on thanksgiving Day Howard Chapel is wedding scene vows pledged at formal ceremony reception follows Howard memorial Chapel at Atlantic Christian College was the scene thanksgiving Day at 6 of clock in the afternoon of the wedding of miss Doris Ellis Whitley of Wilson and Roanoke rapids and Joseph David Motzno of Woodland and Murfreesboro. Or. Cecil a. Jarman pastor of the first Christian Church officiated at the double ring ceremony. Brides gown Given in marriage by her brother Franklin Paul Whitley of Warrenton the Bride wore a gown of antique Ivory Satin fashioned with a full gathered skirt which extended into a court train. The fitted bodice was designed with a scalloped a neckline with tiny a Satin covered buttons from the Low Point at the neck to the pointed Waistline. The Long fitted sleeves ended in Cala Lily Points Over the hands. Her veil of imported illusion edged with lace scallops designed by Hallander of new York was caught at the Crown by Small Pearl pins which held the veil in pleats to an Ivory Satin Cloche. She carried a bridal bouquet of Gardenias Star Light roses carnations and lilies of the Valley. Attendants m r s. Charles Williams of Rocky mount attended her sister As Matron of Honor and bridesmaids were mrs. Hubert l. Carter sister of the Bride of Wilson mrs. Franklin Paul Whitley sister in Law of the Bride Quot of Wilson mrs. Franklin Paul Whitley sister in Law of the Bride of Warrenton and miss Evelyn Griffin aunt of the Bride the Hono a a to evian to a gown spending ithe thanksgiving Holl of Sun Gold Satin was the same with her Mother mrs. L. Style at that of the Bride and j a Arier. Her headdress was a Cloche of acc made. Tamp Wpc Matching material. Her Flowers miss Mart Jane Wess were a bouquet of yellow and Man it student at a Cunt Bronze chrysanthemums t i e a Greensboro is spending the with yellow Bronze Brown and thanksgiving holidays with her Orange variegated ribbon. Parents or. And mrs. E. W. The bridesmaids dresses were Wessman. Identical to the Honor attendants gown except that they were of sea Green Satin. Thev w o r e the traditional wedding marches Matching cloches and also car were used for the processional ried yellow and Orange Chrysan Jand recessional the mums. Mrs. Hurley a solos were a be Best Man Ushers cause by do Bardelot a a a until married thanksgiving Day mrs. Joseph David Motzno party is Given betrothed couple for miss Boykin feted at dinner Bride elect honoured affair wednesday at Shower by mrs., night honors miss miss Stott in Sims Whitley or. Motzno wed wednesday afternoon notes on personalities miss Betsy Farmer Stu Dent at unc Chapel Hill is William Woodard Billy Moss Tom Moore John Moore buddy Warren Russell Thompson Bud Ruffin and Bob Willard Are among the unc Chapel Hill students who Are at Home for the thanksgiving holidays. Miss Mary Lawrence student at unc Chapel Hill is spending the weekend with her parents or. And mrs. S. S. The bridegroom was attended by his father Samuel r. Motzno of Woodland As Best Man and Ushers were Earl Martin of Conway Thad Mclean of Aberdeen Jommy Motzno o f Parkersburg w. Va., Charles c. Williams of Rocky mount and Hubert l. Carter of Wilson. By Sanderson and for the Benediction she Sang the a a seven fold mrs. Whitley chose to Wear for her daughters wedding a gown of Gray crepe and a purple throated Orchid. The bridegrooms Mother wore mauve crepe and her Corsage also was a purple throated Orchid. The Chapel was decorated with reception Given arrangements of White gladioli1 following the ceremony the and Pompon chrysanthemums i brides sister mrs. Hubert l. Before a background of ferns i Carter and or. Carter enter and Palms. The reserved pews tamed at a wedding reception were marked with White ribbons at their Home 112 stadium and the scene was lighted by i Street. Tall White candles in branched mrs. Clyde Gardner greeted candelabra. The guests and presented them nuptial music. To the receiving line composed prior to the ceremony a pro of mrs. Carter the brides to Gram of wedding music was ther the bridal couple the presented by mrs. B. B. Ply bridegrooms parents and Mem Ler organist and mrs. Fred Hur hers of the bridal party. Ley vocalist. Mrs. Plyler play miss Rita Labaki received in eds lie Bertraum a a a Romance a if thou Art near a a a i love thee and a a of Promise during the ceremony a a Clair de Lune was played solely and the gift room and invited the guests to Register in the brides Book. Lovely table in the dining room the table investigate our Wurlitzer Christmas layaway plan Don t Walt until the last minute a piano is a wonderful Gill a an important Purchase the whole family will be proud and thrilled with the tone and Beauty of a new Wurmli text piano. Shop Early so you can take time in making your selection and be assured of the pleasant Surprise which your family will experience when a new our Hoxer piano is delivered of Christmas Day Only Whf Strtt Pannos entry re we Hilser oat a name thai stands lot Cadetship and him quaff 115 s. Goldsboro St. W. C. Reid amp co. Wilson a music Center Wilson n. C. Was overlaid with a Maderia cloth and entered by a Silver candelabrum with burning White tapers. At one end of the table was a three tier wedding cake topped by a miniature Bride and bridegroom and the punch bowl marked the other end of the table. White chrysanthemums and Fern encircled the base of the cake and the punch bowl. Silver compotes of bridal mints and nuts completed the table appointments. Mrs. W. B. Mckeel served the wedding cake after the bridal couple had Cut the first slice and miss Louise Whitley presided at the punch bowl. Mrs. Needham Watson jr., assisted i n serving. Other decorations an arrangement of White Gladioli and chrysanthemums decorated the Buffet while similar bouquets were used in the living room. Arrangements of yellow chrysanthemums decorated the gift room. Or. Carter and f. P. Whitley said the goodbyes. Guests were members of the families wedding party and out of town wedding guests. After the reception or. And mrs. Motzno left for a wedding trip to unannounced Points. The Bride wore for travelling a Brown Woolen gabardine suit with wheat coloured Blouse and gloves Brown shoes and bag and Brown and wheat hat. A Corsage of Green orchids completed her ensemble. Bride and bridegroom after december i or. And mrs. Motzno will make their Home in Woodland. The Bra de is a graduate of Charles l. Coon High school and of Atlantic Christian College. She is a member of the grammar school faculty in Roanoke rapids. Or. Motzno was graduated from Woodland High school and a to tended North Carolina state College in Raleigh. During world War ii he served in the european theatre for three years with the ninth army engineers . He now is engaged in the mercantile business with his father in Woodland and Murfreesboro. The Bride is the daughter of mrs. Franklin Paul Whitley of Wilson and the late or. Whitley. Or. Motzno a parents Are or. And mrs. Samuel r. Motzno of Woodland. Miss Prudy Esther Boykin Bride elect of this week was entertained at a miscellaneous Shower Given monday night at the Home of mrs. D. T. Stott in Sims. Hostess besides mrs. Stott was miss Elaine Stott of Wilson. Miss Boykin and Joseph w. Bove Ete will be married saturday evening in the Sims methodist Church. Upon arrival miss Boykin was presented a Corsage of White chrysanthemums by the hostesses and later in the evening the guests gave her a Shower of miscellaneous gifts. Bridal Motif used the Green and White bridal color scheme was used in the living room which was decorated with bouquets of White chrysanthemums. Mixed autumn Flowers in shades of yellow were used in the other rooms of the Home. Contest winners of the various games played during the e ening were mrs. Huelon Glover mrs. Carnell Peele and mrs. Cecil Nichols. Served salad plate the hostesses served a Chicken salad plate with iced drinks. Guests were the honoree miss Boykin mrs. Cecil Nichols mrs. Carnell Peele mrs. Huelon Glover mrs. Talmage Flowers mrs. Luther Glover mrs. Oscar Flowers mrs. Addie Winbourne mrs. Prudie Nichols mrs. Elton Fulghum mrs. Mae Boykin mrs. S. E. Flowers mrs. J. V. Peele miss Frances Blalock and miss Lillie Mae Boykin. Lawrence. Miss Dorothy Williams student at a Cunt Greensboro is spending the thanksgiving holidays with her Mother mrs. Effie Williams. Mrs. D. W. Kellogg and miss Josephine Kellogg Are visiting mrs. Kellogg a daughter and son in Law or. And mrs. D. L. Schmidt in Philadelphia a. Miss Nelle Clark Stu Dent at unc Chapel Hill is spending the weekend with her parents or. And mrs. W. B. Clark. Or. And mrs. Tom Gran Tham have moved from 201 Broad Street to an apartment at 105 Pine Street. Dick Llewellyn of Thomasville is spending the thanksgiving holidays with his parents or. And mrs. R. H. Llewellyn. Or. And mrs. F. P. Whitley of Warrenton and miss Evelyn Griffin of Woodland entertained wednesday evening at the hotel Cherry at a bridal dinner honouring miss Doris Whitley and Joseph d. Motzno miss Whitley and or. Motzno were married thanksgiving Day in Howard Chapel at Atlantic Christian College. Bridal decorations the dining room was decorated with arrangements of mixed White Flowers. White bridal cards and favors marked the guests places and the Bride elects seat at the table was designated by a Corsage of White carnations. For the occasion miss Whitley chose to Wear a mauve dress with Brown accessories. A three course dinner was served. Guests those present were the Honor guests miss Whitley and or. Motzno mrs. Frank p. Whitley Mother of the Bride elect or. And mrs. S. R. Motzno of Woodland parents of the bridegroom elect or. And mrs. C. A. Jarman Nathan Motzno Jimmy Motzno or. And mrs. Hubert Carter or. And mrs. Charles c. Williams mrs. B. B. Plyler mrs. Fred Hurley Horace Ellis or. And mrs. Earl Martin mrs. C. A. Webster mrs. Marvin Lewis and the Host and hostesses. Mrs. Jesse Aubrey Godwin miss Vivian Barnhill becomes Bride of j. Aubrey Godwin on wednesday party follows business meeting women of Moose stage thanksgiving affair thursday a thanksgiving party High lighted the meeting of the women of the Moose thursday i night at 8 of clock at the Moose i Home on North Tarboro Street miss Dorothy Holden Library committee chairman and miss a Sadie Jones one of those on her committee were hostesses. A chapter night program of entertainment was staged after which refreshments were sir Ved. Business session preceding the social hour Short business session was held i with mrs. Tim Mccoy senior i Regent presiding. Communia a tons were read by the recorder mrs. Guy Hamilton. Among the communications was a letter from the members of the Loyal order of the Moose authorizing the women to choose two books i to be added to the collection in the Moose Library. Several books a were discussed and two were i recommended. The women of the Moose will have workers at the tuberculosis association Booth during the week of december 4. To sell Christmas seals. Initiation planned next thursday night the meeting will be mainly ritual with 1 a regular initiation. Those who have been accepted for membership during the month of obituaries John Raymond Batten Selma John Raymond Batten age 57, died at his Home Selma route two wednesday afternoon at 6 30 of clock after a lingering illness. Funeral services were held at Creech a primitive Baptist Church Friday afternoon at 2 of clock. Elder Everette Jones officiated. Burial was in the family cemetery. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Lucy Stallings Batten three daughters Shirley Dorothy and Rose All of the Home three Sisters mrs. J. Perry Corbett of Hopewell ., mrs. Preston Creech of Church Road v., and miss Pearl Batten of Raj Leigh six Brothers Robert Bat ten of Selma route one Aaron Batten of Wendell route one Thomas Batten of Middlesex route one Jimmy Batten o f Wendell Albert Batten of College Park md., and Joseph Batten of Smithfield. Yarbrough. Miss Marie Watson had As her guest for thanksgiving holidays miss Lane Harvey of Kinston. Miss Emily Cashwell student at Flora Mcdonald College red Springs is the guest of miss Eulalia Barnhill. Lewis Rishel and mrs. Ann Londeree of Asheville spent thanksgiving with or. And mrs. I Jesse g. Yates. Miss Virginia Harrell is spending the thanksgiving holidays with friends in Charlotte. Mrs. S. P. Morrill left today for new York to visit her daughter mrs. Joe Melvin and or. Melvin. Or. And mrs. Marvin Etheridge and sons have moved i into their new Home 508 South Deans Street from 409 West Lee Street. Miss Vivian Marks Barnhill of this City daughter of Kenneth Raymond Barnhill of Enfield and the late mrs. Lelia Marks Barnhill became the Bride of Jesse Aubrey Godwin of Wilson son of mrs. Charles r. Godwin of Wilson formerly of Kenly and the late or. Godwin wednesday afternoon. The ceremony took place at 4 30 of clock in the first Baptist Church. The Rev. C. E. Bau com pastor of the Church performed the double ring marriage service. The bridal couple entered together unattended. Ushers were Ray Godwin of Wilson brother of the bridegroom and Connor Lee also of Wilson. Three Large baskets of White Church decorations three Large baskets of White chrysanthemums and pompous were arranged before a background of Palms and ferns. White Cathedral candles burned in seven branched candelabra. White mums and Satin ribbons marked the reserved pews. For her wedding the Bride wore an ankle length gown of White Slipper Satin fashioned with strapless bodice and Bolero of Matching Satin. The bodice was trimmed with lace insertion and the skirt was bouffant. Her shoulder length veil of illusion fell from a Tiara of seed pearls and she wore Long Satin mitts and Satin sandles. Her Only jewelry was a strand of pearls and she carried a bridal bouquet of White brides roses and Stepha Notis entered with a White Orchid. For the program of wedding music miss Ann Bullock organist played a a the Rosary by Nevins a a poems by f i b i c he Trau Merein by Schumann a a Romance by Rubinstein and during the ceremony the traditional wedding marches were used for the processional and recessional. Larry Parler vocal soloist Sang a through the years by y o u in a n so a because by do Bardelot and a the lords prayer by Malotte. Mrs. Barnhill step Mother of the Bride wore an afternoon dress of Grey crepe with black1 accessories and a Corsage of red roses. The bridegrooms Mother was dressed in Black crepe with Matching accessories. A Corsage of White carnations completed her ensemble. Travelling outfit the Bride and bridegroom left for a wedding trip to unannounced Points immediately Fol november will be initiated at the time it was announced. Mrs. J. E. Riley director of the glee club requested that All those who Are interested in becoming members of the reorganized glee club remain for a Short meeting after the regular session next week. Lowing the ceremony. For travelling the Bride changed to a steel Gray gabardine suit with which she wore an Orange hat and Black accessories. At her shoulder she pinned the Orchid from her bridal bouquet. After november 26, they will be at Home at 207 Clyde Avenue. The Bride is a graduate of Enfield High school and of the Carolina College of Beauty culture in Raleigh. She is employed at modern Beauty shop or. Or win was graduated from Glen Dale High school j Christian College w a member of sigm Ial fraternity. He no Ber of the faculty Ridge High school. D Atlantic re he was Alpha soc is a Mem of Rock novel y original exciting made to order personal it a surprising and Only Phis tax or. And mrs. Johnny Hutson of Richmond ., Are spending the thanksgiving holidays in the City. Billy Cunningham. Stu Dent at unc Chapel Hill is spending the thanksgiving holidays with his parents or. And mrs. C. B. Cunningham. Harry Yarbrough Stu Dent at Davidson College is spending the weekend with his parents or. And mrs. H. H. Miss Virginia Dickens and mrs. Ray Swink left today for Lumberton to attend a two Day i convention of the dancing masters a of the two Carolinas. Now playing Donald of Connor and Jimmy Durante in Mere it opt Bur our fitter pianos than Tho of any of rna a the Milkman a it free hair Cut with each shampoo and Finger wave. One week Only nov. 25 dec. 2 to give you new Beauty for the holidays. 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