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The Wilmington morning star. (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, July 28, 1940, Section Two, Image 12

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Miss Fussell
And Mr. Hall
Are Married
Ceremony Solemnized Thurs
day Evening At Bride’s
Home In Kosehill
ROSEHILL, July 27.—The mar
riage of Miss Dorothy Fussell, of
Rosehill, to Albert C. Hall, Jr., of
Wallace, which was solemnized in
the presence of a few close relat.ves
and friends Thursday evening at the
home of the bride’s parents, Mr and
Mrs. J. B. Fussell, was one of the
loveliest events of the season and
one of much interest throughout this
section of the state. The Rev. S. G.
Harness, Presbyterian minister of
Rosehill, pastor of the bride, offi
ciated, using the ring ceremony.
The entire lower floor of the none,
en suite, was decorated in white and
green, quantities of summer flowers
being used throughout the rooms.
In front of the living room mantel
was an improvised white trellis al
tar, entwined with southern smilax.
The altar was flanked by candelabra
and white gladio’i.
The ushers were .lames and Horace
Fussell, brothers of the bride.
Proceeding the ceremony Miss Hil
da Yelverton, of Eureka, gave a pro
gram of nuptial music. Mirs Nell Mc
Nair, of Tar Ueci sang ‘‘I Love You
Truly” and "The Sweetest Story Ever
Told. The traditional wedding
marches were used for the proces
sional and recessional.
The bride’s only attendant was her
sister-in-law, Mrs. James Fussell,
dame of honor, who wore a dress of
pink chiffon and had a shoulder cor
sage of pir.k roses.
The bride wore a navy summer suit
of triple sheer crepe. Her white
gloves were elbow length and her
other accessories were navy. Her
bridal bouquet was of white roses
and lilies of the valley.
The bride entered with her broth
er, Earl Fussell, by whom she was
given in marriage. They were met
at the altar by the bridegroom and
Charles Farror, of Wallace best man.
The bride, an attractive member of
the town’s younger social group,
graduated at the Rosehill High school
and attended Flora Macdonald col
lege. The bridegroom, the son of Al
bert C. Hall, Sr., of Wallace, attend
ed the Wallace High school and
completed a course in Diesel Engi
neering at Memphis, Tennessee. He
now holds a position as clerk in the
Wallace post office.
Immediately after the ceremony
the couple left for a trip to the west
ern section of the state and upon
their return they will be at home at
Wallace.
Out-of-town guests present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Hall, Sr.,
MiSBes Frieda, Josie and Chestnut
Hall, the Rev. W. P. M. Currie and
Mrs. Currie, Mrs. J. H. Currie, the
Misses Collins, Bogus Johnson and
the employees in the Wallace post
office, Mr. and Mrs. Farrior, of Wal
lace; Mrs. E. Forlaw, Miss Dorothy
Forlaw, Miss Mary F. Wells, oi
Teachey; Miss Doris WTard of Golds
boro, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gorsen oi
Philadelphia.
During the evening Miss Heler
Zibelin, of Wallace and Miss Eu
nice Margaret Williams assisted in
receiving the wedding guests.
A series of social affairs have re
cently been given complimenting the
bride. On Wednesday afternoon the
bride was honored at a tea, given
by her mother, Mrs. J. B. F’ussell,
and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Horace
Fussell, in the home of the former.
Guests were greeted and presented
to the receiving line by Mrs. C. T
Fussell. In the receiving line were
the honoree; Mrs. J. B. Fussell;
Mrs. James Fussell, sister-in-law ol
the bride; Mrs. Albert C. Hall, Sr.
'(T7nllnn« —e 4-Vn
groom; Misses Josie and Chestnul
Hall of Wallace, sisters of the bride
groom; Mrs. Lloyd Boone of Wal
lace, a recent bride; and Miss Eunict
Margaret Williams.
Miss Margaret Allen directed
guests to the dining room. The lace
covered table,was centered by a love
ly oblong arrangement of all-whitt
summer flowers, over a reflector, this
being flanked on either side b;
groups of burning white tn-pr
Seated at opposite ends of the table
Mrs. Lena Scott and Mrs. O. B
Turner served cream, which had th<
small pink and white wedding bel
design. Assisting in serving wen
Misses Emory Turner, Hettie Scot!
and Marvin E. Fussell.
Guests were then directed to th<
hall, where punch, was served bj
Misses Billy Lewis and Stella Carr
Mrs. Horace Fussell presided at th<
registry.
Receiving in the gift room weri
Mrs. George Carr and Miss Rache
Herring.
Throughout the afternoon musica
numbers were rendered by Mrs. H
D. Lewis and M.V I* K. Alderman
pianists, and Mrs. Oscar Fussell
Miss Billie Lewis, Mrs. Elmo Teache;
and Mrs. W. H. Hall, soloists.
Terpsic'horean Club Names
Patrons For Debutante Ball
(Continued From Page Eleven)
C. V. York, Bryson Biggs, Kemp Le
wis, Julian Price, E. T. Butt, Walker
Williams, Thomas Badger, Kenneth
Royal], Dale Starbuck, Alex Webb,
Lynn Wilder, Gavin Dortch, J. B.
Flora, Kingsland Van Winkle,
George Watts Carr, W. D. Adams,
W. N. Harrell, Richard Stockton,
Gordon Gray, Hanes Lassiter. Wil
liam Ruffin, Louis Sutton, Carl
Goerch, Jack Craft, James Ficklen,
Erwin Borden, Faison Thompson, Wi
ley A. Smith, Earl Thompson, Harry
Barbee, D. F. Giles, Leo Harvey,
Stuart Bethune, George Ross Pou,
Harloy Pearson, R. Y. McPherson,
Stanley Winborne, Paul Smith,
Julian Wood, E. H. Malone, George
Watts Hill, Kemp D. Battle, A. H.
flrflbnm Rnhprt Hflnps. Asnew
Bahnson, Burton Craig, Frank Dun
lap, Capus Waynick, A. J. Maxwell,
Clyde A. Erwin, T. W. Alexander,
Patrick Healy, Heber Clark, John An
drews, J. H. Anderson, Tom Bost,
C. B. Cheatham, T. E. Green, B, H.
Griffin, W. W. Leinster, Willis
Smith, John A. Park, C. A. Wallin,
Grimes Haywood, George Ross, Leon
Brassfield, Warren Owens, Joseph
Cheshire, Harry Howell, R. C. Howi
son, Robert Ruark, O. D. Green, Jr.,
, N. E. Edgerton, W. B. Jones, Alfred
Williams, R. G. Yancey, Charles E.
Johnson, R. S. Busbee, Jack Taylor,
A. J. Odell, W. F. Betts, E. E. Mont
gomery, C. L. Schofield, John Pas
co, R. W. Wynne, Stewart Robert
son, H. M. Harriss M. J. Upchurch,
Hal V. Worth, J. W. Yates, John Hall
Manning, and Mr. and Mrs, G. A.
Moore.
* * *
Birth Announced
Mr. and Mrs. James Blanton an
nounce the birth of a daughter, Wan
da Wells, July 20 at the .Marion
: Sprunt annex. Mrs. Blanton is the
former Miss Marjorie Spooner.
1 Heads State P. T. A.
Mrs. uoyie u. Alley ot
Waynesville, president of the
North Carolina Congress of
Parents and Teachers, who
will preside over sessions of
the 13th annual State Parent
Teacher institute to be held
at the University of North
Carolina in Chapel Hill Aug.
5-9.
Farther Redactions
for FINAL
CLEARANCE
Your Last Chance!
Two Racks Ladies'
Summer Shoes
RACK HO. 1
RACK NO. 2
$050
Pair
ALL SALES FINAL
Freeman
SHOE CO.
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Miss Jane Iredell Jones
Engaged To Wed Lieut,
Edwin Lee Clarke
(Continued From Page Eleven)
of Sarah Garrett, of Monroe, La
and William Rutledge Chambliss
of Jefferson county, Miss, and the
granddaughter of Narcissa Gray
son and Isaiah Garrett, graduate
of the U. S. Military Academy
class of 1833, and of Colonel Sam
uel Lee Chambliss, C. S. A. anc
Jane Truett Scott, of Jeffersor
county, Miss. His father, son oi
Captain and Mrs. Alford Clarke, o:
Louisiana, was instrumental in the
development of the botanical anc
entomological phases of the sugai
industry in the Hawaiian Island!
for many years prior to his re
tirement. Lieutenant Clark is a
member of the Rutledge familj
of South Carolina, of the Hugh Lee
branch of the Robert E. Lee
family of Virginia, of the Stuar
family of North Carolina and o
MMBBUiji
the Gray den family of Louisiana.
Lieutenant Clarke attended Sou
thern Methodist University in Dal
las and New Mexfco State college
before receiving his appointment
in 1938 and has been stationed at
Fort Benning, Georgia, since that
time.
The wedding of Miss Jones and
Lieutenant Clarke will be a social
event of the early fall, the date
to be announced later. 2
* * *
JACKSONVILLE
JACKSONVILLE, Tuiy 27.—Mrs.
L. C. Lewis, mother of J. C. Fergu
son, was taken to Duke hospital this
week. She is reported to have suf
fered a stroke of paralysis. —Miss
Estelle Cole, of Charlotte, is here
visiting her. sister, Mis- Annie Cole
—Miss Juiia Hemby spent this wees
in Elizabeth City with her sister,
Mrs. I. C. Mercer. — Torn Simmons,
; member of the Jacksonvi le school
: faculty, is attending the second ses
slon of summer school at the Univer
sity of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill. —Mr. and Mrs Penford Cole
and daughter, Mary Catherine, of
Pembrook are spending their vaca
tion at Hurst Beach. —Mr. and Mrs.
Norris Reed returned to their home
at Washington th's week after visit
ing here with Mrs. Mamie Murrili
Mrs. Murrili is Mrs. Reed's mother.
Miss Elizabeth Warhck and Leon
Turner and Pierce H* me, of Wash
ington, are here visiting Mi's War
lick’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R C.
Warlick. —Misses Dorothy Sabiston,
Laura Matthews, Margaret Bodiford
and Wilma Bodiford are spending
their vacation at Dujtona Ileach,
Fla. —Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Willard,
of Raleigh are spending their vaca
tion here with Mrs. Willard’s lath
er, W. D. Sabiston. —John Z. Me
Brayer, who has been working here
this summer, has gone to Polkville
to resume his teaching duties. —
Aaron Adler, of Burlington, rvas a
recent visitor here with Mrs. W. T.
Adler. —Miss Louise Farrior has re
turned to Warsaw after sending
several days here with Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Loy.
W. T. Jessup has returned from
an extended visit with friends in Nor
folk, Washington and Pittsburgh.—
Mrs. E. L. Cox has returned from
tin extended visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Cecil King, at Columbia, S.
C. —Mrs. James E. Rogers, of Mon
roe, arrived Monday to spend some
time with Mr. Rogers, who is asso
ciated with the REA here. —Miss
Judith Cherney, of Baltimore, is
here visiting her aur.t. Mrs. W. T.
Adler. —Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cot
ton spent this week in Washington.
—Miss Julia Gaddy, student nurse at
James Walker hospital in Wilming
ton, is vacation) '•$ here with her
parents. —Miss Phnrna Dale Farmer
of Headland, Ala., end Mr. and Mrs.
A. V. S. Clark of Newport News, Va.,
spent Tuesday here with Dr. and
Mrs. Joe Baxter. -Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Sabiston and jhlldren, Wal
ter, Jr., and Teeny, are spending
some time at Carolina Beach.
EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY
TO HOLD MEET TUESDAY I
The monthly meei'ntr of gt r
celia's auxiliary of St. Janies r
copal church will be held Ti es;
morning at 10 o'clock at the he"**
of Mrs. J. B. Cranmer, ui Market
street. A silver offering win b,
taken.
PERMANENTS
Beautiful
Ones
$2.50 to
$10.00
TroutmanT$
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The “Positively No Admittance” sign in the phot*
means exactly what it says, for when Miss Grant Jones
left, and Miss Betsy West, Wilmingtonians, go to sea ii
quest of game fish, they want plenty of room for whateve
action may be needed. Enthusiastic anglers, they wer
photographed during a recent trip on the Joy, 111, of
Wrightsville Beach. (Photo by Edmund McLaurin.)

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