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David Siancil Are Betrothed Spoken At Hickory Bapti^ Church On Tues day Afternoon «;ue Ellen Ray of Hickory eitchfield, Ky.. and David „ ctancil of Garner, were ! ■ a~ in the First Baptist narriod Hj,kory at 5 o'clock, |tiarc;'v afternoon the Rev. R. Knolan A*” officiated. The double !*!'ceremony was used. * chancel was arranged with V ,od palms with magnolia »f»s * and floor baskets of f.SI gladioli and lilies. Four sev ^hranched candelabra with |S I, lighted the scene. *ftl to the ceremony Mrs. Ve tHe Goode, organist, and Mr. * jw Ellington presented a pro wedding music. Mrs. F‘, ,.,veri Tales-of Hoffman”, “Moonlight Sonata” , ^foven- "Hearts and Flow er xobani: and “Souvenir”. ir8..' Mr Ellington sang “The £esf Story Ever Told” fol 1 h hv "La Golondriria .Serra ’n on the organ. “Yours” was ; by Mr. Ellington. The tra SLwedding marches were aved “Liebestraum” bv Liszt i plaved softly during the cere 01y Mr. Ellington sang “The °ce that Breathed 0 er Eden benedictional prayer. The bride was given in mar ie by her father, the Rev. S. C. av of Leitchfield, Ky. She wore "'■•eliding dress of white satin Janed with a sweetheart neck, J bodice, long sleeves ending 'calla lily P°ints over the hands a lull skirt which extended a train. The full length veil of -’dal illusion was worn with a “ronet of pearl orange blossoms nd she wore a string of pearls ier bouquet was a cascade of bite roses centered with garden 'll brine’s sister. Airs. George obert Tanner of Owenton. Ky., s’ matron - of - honer and the rde’s only attendant. Her dress ,35 0f ice blue satin fashioned inilarly to the bride's with short leeves' and she wore gloves of latching material. She carried a ouquet cf Briarcliff roses and ink sweetpeas. Her hair-do was jf pink roses and sweetpeas. The bridegroom had as his best !in, his brother, the Rev. Ky ra T. Stancil of Apex. Ushers re W. S. Stancil of Raleigh, jiher of the bridegroom. Oscar i Hege of Winston-Salem, Rand [van of Garner, and the Rev. pies W. Ray'of Spindale, broth [ of the bride. [Airs. Ray. mother of the bride, Bust without massage? Amazing new Nanette Hormone Cream contains recognized sclen tlflc estrogens (female sex hor mones) which may be needed If your Bust Is under-normal, flat, due to lack of supply of ►.sufficient estrogenic sub stances. Nanette Hormone Cream i / vanishes, requires no tiresome W MASSAGE. No matter what you have tried now try Nan ette Hormone Cream on guaran tee of complete satisfaction o' money back. 30-day jar *2.00( plus tax. No Mall Order* Accepted! MRS. ROY HALES—Of Elizabethtown and Wilmington who nn JU116 * at Conway> 3- C., was Miss Eli’zabeth Long of Hyman, S. C., sister-in-law of Mrs. W. G. Padgett of Wil Priimess pTace^tMs' cTtymaking their home at 509 Noi'th 23rd street, Emilie Heritage Neese Is Bride Of John M. McCormick Of Sanford --—-+ _ wore a navy blue dress with matching accessories. She wore a shoulder bouquet of red roses. Mr. and Mrs W. H. Howard received at the door of the Young People's Building where the re ception was held. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Frans introduced the guests to the receiving line. Receiving were the Rev. and Mrs. R. K. Benfield, the Rev. and Mrs. S. C. Ray, parents of the bride, bride and bridegroom, and Mrs. George Robert Tanner. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Pruitt directed the guests to the table where refreshments were served! Serving punch were Mrs. E. W. Walton and Mrs. W. L Hollar. A group of the young wom en of the church served punch and individually iced cakes and nuts. At the door leading to the parlor were Mrs. R. H. Bowles and Mrs. R. J. Mangum who di rected the guests to the register. Keeping the register were Mrs. K. C. Mcnzies and Mrs. O. B. Austin. Tne good-byes were spok en to Mrs. D. N. Carr and Mrs. C. B. Scott. For going away Mrs. Stancil wore a pink Palm Beach suit, printed silk blouse with white ac cessories and flowTers from her wedding bouquet. Mrs. Siancil received her A. B. degree from Georgetown college, in Kentucky and her M. A. in Religious Education from the Woman’s Missionary Union Train ing School, Southern Baptist Sem inary, Louisville, Ky. She spent two years as Educational director in First Baptist church of Wil mington, and the past two years as pastor’s assistant in First Bap tist church, Hickory. Mr. Stancil is a graduate o f King’s Business college, Raleigh, and at present is a Junior in State college, Raleigh. He served three and a half years in the U. S. Navy prior to re-entering school. Following a wedding trip to the mountains of western North Caro lina, the couple will make their home in Raleigh. HojilUfJd.. .AhviUjykt ^ wffl opplatfd fhe sparkling enchantment captured in this novel creation. White birdseye pique with diagonals of lace, perfectly *******d by a Simmering gold kid belt. White only. Sizes 9 to 15. BURLINGTON,. June 14. — The marriage of Miss Emilie Heritage Neese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Freeman Neese, 710 West Davis street, this city, and John Magleen McCormick, son of Mrs. Austin McCormick and the late Mr. McCormick of Sanford, was solemnized in an impressive serv ice this morning at 10 o’clock in the Blessed Sacrament church. The ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Eugene before the communion rail, at each side of' which stood floor baskets of white gladioli, larkspur and car nations, interspersed with lace fern. Upon the §ltar six brass candelsticks holding lighted tapers were arranged with brass vases of white roses. Family pews were marked with magnolia blossoms and foliage, and bows of white satin. Before the "hour of the service, Mrs. Leo Grutsch of Graham played a thirty-minute prelude of organ music, and accompanied Miss Mary Lee Foster, alto, who sang Cesar Franck’s “Panis An gelicus. ” Following the exchange of vows, Miss Foster, Miss Elaine Diab, soprano, and Clarence O. Southern, baritone, sang “Sanc tus” by Gounod. The bride was escorted by her father, C. Freeman Neese, who gave her in marriage. She wore 1 a gown of white organzia styled I with dropped shoulders and bertha ! of rose point lace, ballet bodice, | and full skirt, worn over a hoop, which was gathered at a point in the front to reveal the Irish lace trimmed edge of an old-fashioned petticoat. A fingertip veil of il lusion, edged with rose point lace, fell from a Juliet cap of the same lace which trimmed the bridal gown She wore formal - length mitts and carried a cluster of lilies-of-the-valley, tied with white sntin. Her only ornament was a gold chain and pearl necklace. Miss Mary Lewis McCormick of Sanford, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Alice Dunn Carlyle, at tended as bridesmaids. They were attired in bouffant dresses of deli cate peach net, fashioned with dropped shoulders hnd fitted bodices. On their heads, they wore open - crown picture hats of stif fened net, ornamented, in the back, with bouquets of miniature flowers and bows and long stream ers of turquoise taffeta. They held cascade arrangements of mixed summer flowers, tied with soft peach ribbons. Mrs. C. Freeman Neese, mother of the bride, chose an afternoon dress of honey-colored crepe, fea turing sleeves of matching Chan tilly lace. A brown straw hat, trimmed with sitnall salmon pink roses and satin ribbons, and a natural orchid corsage, completed her ensemble. The bridegroom’s mother. Mrs Austin McCormick, was attired in turquoise crepe, me yoxe of wnich was ornamented with designs of crystal bugle beads; and a pink f'ower hat. At her shoulder she pinned a natural orchid. Mr. McCormick had for best man his brother, James Luther McCormick of Sanford. Grooms men were Charles Freeman Neese, Jr., the bride’s brother; and Clyde Rice of New Bern, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Honorary bridesmaids, who were seated within the ribbons, included; Miss Carol McCormick of Sanford, sister of the bride, groom; Miss Lenora Sutton of Ra leigh; Miss Catherine Lea Holt, Miss Mae Tingen and Miss Nell Tingen, all of this city. Bride and Bridegroom During the wedding breakfast, which followed the marriage serv ice, and was -given by Mr. and Mrs. Neese at their West Davis St. home, Mr. and Mrs McCormick left for a northern wedding trip; and after July 1, will be at home at 203 Gulf Street in Sanford. For traveling, the bride wore a Palm Beach suit, styled with criss-cros^ neckline and pocket designs. A natural straw hat, trimmed with brown taffeta ribbon, and brown lizard accessories completed her costume. A graduate of Burlington High school and Sullins Junior college at Bristol, Virginia, Mrs. McCor. mick attended Greensboro college and North Carolina State college, Raleigh. Prior to her marriage she gave kindergarten instruction at the Episcopal Church of the Holy Comforter. The bride was a member of the Burlington Spin sters’ club and the Junior Wom an’s club. Mr. McCormick was graduated from the University of North Car olina, Chapel Hill, and is now con nected with Brown’s Auto Supply company of Sanford. “Candle Dip Day” in the early 1800’s was a day set aside by thrifty U. S. householders to make the year’s supply of tallow dips and candles. \Tew UDC Unil Is Organized At Swansboro By MRS. J. A. YARBROUGH The high light of the past month in the North Carolina Division' of the United Daughters of the Con federacy was the organization on May 29th of a new U. D. C. chap ter at Swansboro with fourteen charter members. It has been named the Onslow Confederate Patriots. Mrs. A L. Thompson, president of the N. C. Division, and Mrs. Annie W. Price of Jack-! sonvilie, director of district No. 9, organized the chapter. Officers include Mrs. Ray Merrill, presi dent; Mrs. Everett Canady, vice president; Mrs W. M. Sanders, corresponding secretary; Miss Helen Tolson, recording secretary; .Mrs. Tyree Moore, registrar; Mrs. Lillian Russell Ray, historian; Mrs. Callie Corbett, chaplain; Miss Margaret Langdale Ennett, C. of C. leader. “Now that monthly meetings^ of the U. D. C are over for the sum mer, I urge every chapter to check on each activity for which we are responsible,” said Mrs. Thompson. “Membership ap - plication papers must be com pleted and sent to Miss Jeannette Biggs, Oxford, division registrar, before September 15. Papers for crosses 'of military service should be sent as soon as possible to the division recorder of crosses, Mrs. Grady Ross, 3138 Sherwood Avenue, Charlotte. Secure sub scriptions to U. D. C. magazine, complete World War II records and send to Mrs. W. A. Bigg s, Rockingham; check your contri tributions to the Randolph relief fund. Southern literature and linen, for the Confederate Women’s Home; search for Confederate his toric spots, start Confederate mu seums and add relics to those started: mark all Confederate graves, study motion pictures, especially those for youth; con tinue contributions and personal aid to public health campaigns, cancer, tuberculosis, poliomyelitis, clothes and paper drives. “I am grateful for the splendid reports given at district meetings, which indicate the remarkable and fruitful service you are ren dering ” Mrs. R. P. Reece, second vice president and chairman of educa tion, held a meeting in Hillsboro recently with Mrs. C. H. Shipp and Miss Margaret Broadfoot, members of the committee, at which the U. D. C. scholarships were awarded. They will be pub lished at an early date Interest centers this month on the unveiling and dedication of the Eastern Terminal marker of the Jefferson Davis highway, be tween Washington and Alexandria. General officers present were Mrs. John Wilcox. President-Gen eral; Mrs. Cary Ferguson, Alex andria, historian -general; Mrs. John Francis Weinman, Little Rock, first vice-president general; Mrs. Corliss Watkins, Smithfield, Ky., recorder-general of crosses; Mrs. John Woodberry, Louisville, chairman of the Jefferson Davis Highway c o mmittee. Attending from N. C. were Mrs. James E. Woodard, Wilson, past president general; Mrs. L. B. Newell, Char lotte, past recorder general of crosses; Mrs. A. L. Thompson, Di vision president, and Mrs. Gar land Daniel, Greensboro: Mrs. C. H Shipp and Mrs. C. B. Mark ham, Durham; Mrs. T. L. Candle, Wadesboro. Sen. Alban W. Dark ley, Paducah, Kv., was the speak er of the day. Gen. J. H Howell, Bristol, Va„ 101 years of age and past commander of the U. C. V., was present and spoke. Governor Gregg Cherry has re cently appointed Mrs. Thompson a member of the board of trus tees of the Confederate Women’s home, Fayetteville. The Lizzie Lindsey chapter. Children of the Confederacy, of Greensboro, Miss Bettie C Wim bish, president, and Mrs. C. M. Lanford, leader, was hostess to the state convention, C. of C. June 11, at the Greensboro Woman’s club. Mrs. P. S. Rothrock, third vice-president N. C Division, is director of children’s work. Miss Cornelia Ann Green of Concord, state president C. of C., presided over the business session. Mrs. Guy Beaver, Concord, leader of the John Phifer Young chapter, presented the state C. of C. offi cers. Luncheon was served at 1:30 and at three a tea was given at the home of Mrs. Lanford All C. of C. officers received, assisted by Mrs. A. L. Thompson, state president; Mrs. P. S. Rethrock, Mrs. C. J Kee, president of the Guilford Battle chapter, U. D. C. • * • BIRTH ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. Ward Loekey an nounce the birth of a son, Marvin Eugene, May 24, at the Marlon Sprunt ’annex. A sausage made from soybean and skim milk formed the main stay of the German Army diet during the recent war. IT’S USEFUL! DeLuxe LAWN MOWER An extra quality mower of pre war quality with post-war im provements! Semi - pneumatic tires, stainless steel disc wrheels. Roller bearings throughout. 5 blades 16 inches wide. .Self sharpening. You'll Find If Here! Am on HARDWARE COMPANY Corner Front and Dock _Dial 5045 MRS. C. D. WILLIAMS — Na tional Vic President of the South ern division of the American Le gion auxiliary who will arrive by plane on Monday for the conven tion now in progress at Carolina Beach and will have part on the convention program. Miss Coleman | Dinner Hostess Miss Mary Augusta Coleman, was charming hostess on Wednes-1 day evening when she entertained the following guests at dinner at the Cape Fear club. Miss Mary C. Duffy, supreme regent, Catho lic Daughters of America, New York city; Miss Florence M. Win ters, national chairman, Convert’s League, Washington, D. C., Rev. M. F. O’Keefe, assistant pastor, St. Mary’s church, and State Chaplain of the Knights of Colum bus, the Rev. Alan Roche, as sistant pastor St. Mary’s, and local chaplain. Catholic Daughters of America; Miss Elizabeth Bul lard, territorial deputy, Catholic Daughters of"America; Mrs. Ruth Browne, Mrs. Frank Gordon, Mrs. C. D. Maffitt, past Grand Regent, Miss Betty Halligan. Vermont was admitted into the Union in 1791. 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