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The Wilmington morning star. (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, June 22, 1947, SECTION-B, Image 17

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Vows Are Said
In Immanuel
The wedding of Miss Barbara
Sfyne Warren, daughter of Mr.
an'd Mrs. W. H Warren of Wil I
■vmigton, and Joseph Roger Miller,
jr,, son of Mrs. Annie Elizabeth
Miller also of this city, was sol
emnized at Immanuel Presbyteri
an church on Sunday. June 8.
The Rev. W'ade H. Alliscn, pas
tor of the church, performed the
ceremony in the presence of
friends and relatives using the
double-ring ceremony. The church
,iVa, decorated with palms and
\Vhhe glacioli while tall white ta"
pers burned in seven-branened
candelabra. A prelude cf nuptial
music and the traditional Wedding
marches were played by Norman ;
Mir.tz, organist for the church,
•v. e Mrs. Charlene Farrar sang
"Because' and “The Sweetest
5 ory Ever Told. 1
The bride had as her maid- d
dcn Miss Eleanor Friddle of
jteid.-ville, and Miss Martha Hoop
cr 0f this city was bridesmaid.
Thcv wore pink faille gowns fash
ioned with sweetheart necklines
snd cape sleeves and tiny peplums
,. the waist. They carried nose
gavS of spring flowers tied with
pink satin ribbon. Their only orna
ments were a strand of pearls.
Miss L.vndal Nace Warren, sis
ter of the bride, was the flower
girT and she wore a pink faille
dress made on the same lines ue
the dresses worn by the o'ber at
tendants with the exception 0f the
peplum. She also carried a nose
gay of spring flowers and wore a
small strand of pearls.
The bridegroom had as his best
man Lawrence R. Bridges of Cas
tle Haynes. J. E. Van Orden was
The bride entered the churcn
wi ll her father by whom she was
given in marriage. She wore a
gown of duchess satin with a
sweetheart neckline. The bodice
was tight fitting and the full skirt
ended in a long train. The long
sleeves fitted snugly and tapered
down into points over the wrists.
She wore a finger tip veil of il
lusion attached to a tiara trimmed
in seed pearls. Her bouquet was
of white carnations showered witn
white satin and swansonia. Her
only ornament as a strand of
Mrs. Warren, mother of the
bricda, wore a pale blue dress with
white accessories and a corsage
o' white carnations. Mrs. Miller,
mother of the bridegroom, wore
a navy blue dress with white ac
cessories and a corsage of talis
man roses.
Following tne wedding a recep
tion in the form of a luncheon fol
lowed by the wedding cake and
punch was given by the bride’s
parents at the Famous Club which
was decorated with white gladioli
on the bride’s table and white and
red gladioli on the other tables.
After the first slice of cake cut
by the bride and bridegroom from
the two tiered cake topped with a
miniature bride and bridegroom,
Mrs. J. R. Carney of New Bern,
cut and served the cake.
For traveling the bride wore a
beige gabardine suit with a pale
blue blouse and white accessories
and a corsage of white carnations
from her bridal bouquet. After
their honeymoon in the western
part of North Carolina they are
at home at 205 South Fourth street
where they have taken an apart
Out-of-iown guests for the wed
ding included: Mr. and Mrs. Otis
Friddle and their two daughters.
Eleanor and Hilda of Reidsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Manly George, Eliz
abethtown, Mr. and Mrs. J. K.
Kickolson, Council, Mrs. J. R.
Carney, New Bern, Mr. and Mrs.
Lucious George and their son, Lu
cious, Jr., of Burgaw and Joe
Harris, Louisburg.
Mrs. E. N. Small and Mrs. A.
H. Weedon were joint hostesses
Thursday night June 5la, at. a
miscellaneous shower honoring
their niece Miss Barbara Styne
Miss Warren was presented a
corsage of white carnations by
her hostesses. During the evening
bingo was played and prizes
awarded. Tables were decorated
with vases of spring flowers and
dishes of mints and other mixed
Ice cream, cakes and drinks
were served and the honor guest
was presented with a shower of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Warren
were host and hostess Saturday
night, June 7 after the wedding
rehearsal of their daughter Miss
Barbara Styne Warren, when they
errertained the following friends
a hi members of the wedding
pa ly at a steak supper at the
Famous club. The honor guests
Mis- Barbara Styne Warren and
Joseph Roger Miller, Jr.: Mrs.
Annie Elizabeth Miller, Joe Ear
ns of Louisburg, Miss Margaret
Miller, Mr. Lawrence R. Bridges,
Miss Eleanor Friddle of Reids
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^ENGAGED TO MARRY—Miss Thelma Dicie Ward, daughter of
Mr.' and Mrs. L. Earl Ward of Wilmington, whose engagement to
Herbert C. Davis, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Davis of this
city, is announced today. The wedding is planned for the late summer.
Miss Lorraine Harris Fayes
Is Bride Of William F. King, Jr.
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Bridegroom Is Native Of
City, Vows Spoken In
Roanoke Rapids
In a double-ring ceremony solem
nized on Friday afternoon, June
20, in the First Methodist church,
Miss Lorraine A. Harris Hayes of
Roanoke Rpids and Danville, Va.,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
Ellis Crew of Roanoke Rapids,
became the bride of William F.
King, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
William F. King, of Wilmington.
The Rev. D. A. Clarke, pastor,
officiated, and the wedding music
was rendered by Mrs. R. M.
Taylor, organist, and James
Thomas Clark, vocalist. The tra
ditional wedding marches by
Wagner and Mendelssohn were
used for the processional and the i
The church was decorated with t
palms, ferns, and candelabra hold-'
ing white cathedral tapers. Floor
baskets held white gladioli, lark
spur, and gypsophilia.
The bride, who was given in
marriage by her father, wore a
dress of white drop stitch marqui
sette fashicned with a sweetheart
neckline, lung leg o’mutlon sleeves
with points over the hands, a tight
bodice with a bustle in the back,
and a full skirt which formed a
circular train. Her finger-tip veil
of bridal illusion fell from a ban
deau of orange blossoms. She car
ried a white net fan with
gardenias centered with white or
chids and showered with lily of
the valley.
Miss Kathleen Harris of Dan
ville, Va., aunt of the bride, as
maid-of-honor. She wore a period
gown of yellow marquisette with
matching sweetheart bonnet and
carried a net fan showered with
gardenias and gypsophilia.
The bridesmaids, Miss Doris
Hedgepeth of Roanoke Rapids and
Miss Betsy Vincent of Richmond,
Va., and Roanoke Rapids, wore
gowns of green marquisette identi
cal to that of the maid-of-honor.
They also wore matching sweet
heart bonnets and carried net -fans
showered with gardenias and gyp
soph ilia.
Honorary/ bridesmaids were
Misses Sarah Elizabeth Pope,
Sarah Thompson, and Doris Sue
Wilson of Roanoke Rapids, Amy
Raiford of Maysville, Barbara
Winslow of Hertford, Elizabeth
Robinson of Skippers, Va., Louise
Richardson of Starr, Anne White
hurst of Portsmouth, Va., Mamie
Nash and Bernice Collins of Wel
don, Olga E. Devitt of Philadel
phia, Pa., and Mrs. Leonard L.
Franklin of Washington, D. C.
They wore clusters of carnations
in their hair.
William F. King, attended his
son as best man, and ushers were
John C. King of Wilmington, twin
brother of the bridegroom,
Thomas Walton of Wilmington,
Robert Ford Neese of Greensboro,
and R. M. Taylor.
Mrs. Crew, mother of the bride,
wore a dinner dress of sea-foam
green crepe wita matching hat of
green straw trimmed with dusty
rose flowers and green satin bow.
She wore white doeskin gloves and
a corsage of roses. The bride
Dr. Clewell And Family
Spending Summer Here
Dr. and Mrs. Clarence E.
Clewell and their son, John H.
Clewell, of Swarthmore, Penr»i.,
have taken the J H. Hinton apart
ment, 1919 Market street, for the
summer. Dr. Clewell has for many
years been director of the Place
ment Service of the University of
Pennsylvania. Mrs. Clewell is a
native of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Clewell spent all. his boy
hood years in Winston - Salem
where his father, the late Dr. John
H. Clewell, was president of Salem
college for 25 years. Dr. Clarence
Clewell often came to the beaches
here in his earlier years with
parties from the college. While
hehe, he and his family plan to
spend much time at the beaches
and visit many of the points of
interest in this vicinity. Dr.
Clewell is a cousin of Mrs.
Andrew J- Howell.
ville, Miss Martha Hooper Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Van Orden, Mrs.
J. R. Carney, Miss Lyndal Nace
Warren, E:ll Warren, Jr., and the
host and hostess Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Warren.

groom’s mother was gowned in
blue and had black accessories
and a corsage of roses.
Mrs. Mayme H. Harris of Dan
ville, Va.. grandmother of the
brida, wore a dress of grey chiffon
with lace with matching accesso
ries and a corsage of gardenias.
Mrs. King at'ended the
Woman’s college of the University
of North Carolina. Greensboro,
and Guilford college. Mr. King
received his education at Louis
burg college and at Guilford col
After the ceiemony, the bride’s
parents entertained at 3 reception
at the Roanoke Rapids country
club. About 4 0 0 guests were
present. Music was presented by
Mrs. W. A. China of Roanoke
Rapids and Mrs J. A. Fleetwood
of Conway, violinists, and M r s,
Kenneth Stokes of Severn, pianist.
Following their wedding trip,
Mr. and Mrs. King will be at
home in the Crew apartments,
Roanoke Rapids. Mr. King will be
connected with the Citizens Bank
and Trust company.
For travelling, Mrs. King wore
a light gray gabardine suit with
black and. white accessories and
an orchid from her bridal bouquet.
Thursday night following the
weading rehearsal, Mrs. George
Wilkes entertained the bridal
party, families, and out-of-t o w n
guests at a cake-cutting at the
Woman’s club.
Mrs. King was honored at a
series of parties prion to her mar
riage. Those entertaining for her
included Mrs. R. M. Taylor, host
ess at tea; Mesdames W. P.
Taylor, D. Ii. Trayriiam, W. E.
Murphrey, John Lupton, and
Tommy Merrtit ana Miss Doris
Hedgepeth, bridge hostesses; Mrs.
F. D. Wilson and Miss Doris Sue
Wilson, hostesses at a kitchen
shower; and Miss Betsy Vincent,
luncheon hoste.
Bear-Hofto Vows
Solemnized In
Baltimore, Md.
Bridegroom Is Son Of Mr.
And Mrs. E. I. Bear Of
BALTIMORE. June 21 — The
First Lutheran church this city
was the setting for a beautiful
wedding cn Saturday, June 14 at
noon when Miss Catherine Marie
Hofto, daughter of Mrs. Jalmar
M. Hofto and the late Dr. Hofto
of Grand Forks, N D , became
the bride of Sigmond A. Bear, of
Baltimore, son of Mr. and Mrs.
E. I. Bear of Wilmington.
The Rev. M. L. Enders, D. D.,
pastor of the church, performed
the ceremony and the church or
ganist rendered the nuptial music.
The chancel of the church was
decorated with a background of
natural foliage interspersed with
ldrge baskets of white peonies and
gladioli. On the altar were vases
of white lilies and cathedral
Mrs. Frank Sidlo ef Malto, Ohio,
was her sisters matron nt-hono”
and pnly attendant. She wore a
yellow marquisette gown fashion
ed with a low round neckline edg
ed with lace, long fitted sleeves,
a fitted bodice and a bouffant
skirt. She wore a yellow horse
hair picture hat trimmed in satin
ribbon and carried an arm bou
quet of yellow and blue garden
Miss Hofto, who was given in
marriage by her uncle, Artirur
Tweet of Grand Forks, wore a
white marquisette bridal gown de
signed with a fitted bodice of prin
cess lace and sweetheart neckline.
The extremely full skirt ended in
a long court train. The long
sleeves were full at the shoulder
line and tapered down into points
over the wrists. She wore a short
length veil of imported illusion
with a coronet of seed pearls. Her
only ornament was a strand of
pearls worn by her mother at her
wedding and given to her by the
bride’s father. She carried a bou
quet of gardenias and baby breath
centered with white orchids.
E. I. Bear of Wilmington, father
of the bridegroom, attended his
son as best man. Ushers were
Verne E. Chaney of Kansas City,
Mo.. Dr. Pomeroy Nichols, Jr., of
Wilmington, and Emmett H. Dur
ham of Wilmington, brother-in-law
of the bridegroom.
Mrs. Hofto, mother of the bride,
wore a sheer black silk gown with
pink and black accessories and a
corsage of orchids. Mrs. Bear,
mother of the bridegroom, wore
a gray silk with white accessories
and a corsage of purple orchids.
Immediately following the cere
mony a wedding breakfast was
held at the Park Plaza.
The couple left for a wedding
trip to the mountains of western
North Carolina. For traveling
Mrs. Bear wore a blue and white
plaid French gingham suit with
bustle back and blue accessories.
Her flowers were white orchids
from the wedding bouquet.
Mrs. Bear is a graduate of the
University of North Dakota where
she was a member of Kappa Al
pha Theta sorority. Since her
graduation she has been working
as a dietitian in Washington and
Mr. Bear graduated from Staun
ton Military academy, Staunton,
Va., and attended Virginia Mili
tary Institute, Lexington, Va.,
from here he entered the armed
service. He is now a student at
the Johns Hopkins School of Medi
cine, Baltimore.
Camille Long, bride-elect of this month, is shown opening gifts at a
bridal shower given in her honor recently at the home of Mrs. V. A.
Stefano. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Harold Hooper, Miss
Louise Wallace, and Mrs. Stefano.—(Staff Photo by Ben Maynard.)

Jane Griffith,
Harry Huggins
Wed In Church
The wedding of Miss Jane Eliz
abeth Griffith, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. B. J. Griffith of Wrights
ville Sound, and Harry S. Huggins,
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hug
gins, Sr., of Sunset Park took
place Sunday, June 8, at 12 noon
in St. Andrew’s Episcopal church
on Wrighhsville Sound.
Bishop Thomas C. Darst per
formed the ceremony, and Mrs.
Mildred Kornegay, organist, and
Mrs. Sadie Webb, aunt of the
bride, soloist, presented the wed
ding music.
The chancel of the church was
decorated with Southern smilax
and vases of white gladioli. The
wedding scene was lighted with
burning tapers in seven-branched
Maid-of-honor and only atten
dant of the bride, was Miss Betty
Stone, who wore a pink two piece
frock with white accessories. Her
corsage was of white carnations.
Mr. Huggins had as his best
man, his brother. Wesley Huggins,
and ushers ere Bennie D. Grif
fith, brother of the bride, and Jack
P. Huggins. '
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a street
length dress of white silk with
matching accessories Her corsage
was of small pink roses.
Mrs. Griffith, mother of the
bride, wore a blue and white silk
print, and Mrs Huggins, mother
of the bridegroom, wore a pink
silk dress. Both wore corsages of
Following the ceremony, a re
ception was held in the home of
Mrs. Sadie Webb for members of
the family. Later the couple left
for a wedding trip to western
North Carolina.
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Frankie Bohannon,
V. E. Herring Wed
Miss Frankie Bohannon, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bohan
non of this city, and Victor E,
Herring, son of Mrs. J. L. Davis
and the late C. C. Herring, also
of this city, were united in matri
mony in a quid ceremony Friday,
June 13, in the Fourth Stredt Ad
vent Christian church. The double
ring ceremony was performed by
the Rev. J. L. Davis, stepfather
of the bridegroom, assisted by the
Rev. H. W. Wilson, pastor.
Mrs. H. W. Wilson, soloist, and
Mrs. Eloise Cherry, pianist, ren
dered the wedding music.
Mrs. H. W. Wilson, soloist, and
Mrs. Eloise Cherry, pianist, ren
dered the wedding music.
The bride and, bridegroom en
tered the church together and left
immediately following the cere
mony for Myrtle Beach, where
they spent their honeymoon.
The couple will reside in the
city, where the bridegroom will re
sume his studies in September at
Wilmington College.
Vows Spoken
Miss Lecy Westbrook Futch and
John Spicer Padgett were married
Saturday evening at 8 o’clock in
the Burgaw Presbyterian church.
The Rev. P. j.,. Clark officiated
the ceremony.
The bride' is the daughter of
Dally Lee Futch and the late
Laura Westbrook Futch of Hamp
stead. She received her educa
tion in the Burgaw Schools a)»d
New Hanover High school, this
The bride wore for traveling! a
white gabardine suit with black
accessories and a corsage of pink
To keep potato skins s»ft tnd
tender grease them with m£at
drippings before baking.
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patrons — effective Monday?- •
June 23, I will be open for" ,
business. It will be a pleas
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