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M/SS BARBARA KAYE GORE WEDS
MR. GERALD MOORE PRINCE JUNE 9 | daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jose ph Gardner Gore, Sr., of Lor is, and Mr. Gerald Moore 1'rince, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Azell Prince. Jr.. of St. Peters-burg, Fla., were united in marriage, Sunday, June !», at 7 p. in. in the Loris Pres byterian Church. The Rev. D in II. Montgomery officatcd at the ceremony. ν.ι\c-ii in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white imported organdy | «•ver talfrt aiasliioned with a ! fitted bodiee, short, shirred j sleeves, and a portrait neek- j line. The bouffant skirt of j wide scalloped embroidered I ι tiers extended into an aisle-1 ' wide train. Her fingertip veil j of bridal illusion was attached ' j to a coronet of seed pearls and ! carried a bouquet of roses and stephanotis. Miss Judy Gore was her sis ter's maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Mrs. Charles D. Grunt, of Clemson; Mrs. Bill Beason, of Tarboro, N. C.; Miss Judy Cox, of Marion; and Miss Honey DuRant, of Doves ville. S. C. Miss Elizabeth Gore, ncice of the bride, from Sumter, was flower girl. Hon orary bridesmaids were Miss Gloria King, of Loris; Miss Cynthia Carter, of Loris; Miss Patsy Jackson, of Greer, S. C.; and Miss Ellen Clark, of York, S. C. The bridegroom had as best η» a η Charles UeChant, of Clemson. The ring bearer was a nephew of the bride, Jimmy I Fowler, of Gaffney, S. C. Ush- ! fis were Bobby Prinet, brother | of the groom; Joseph Gardner I Gore Jr.. brother of the bride;' James R. Fowler, Sr.. brother in-law of the bride; and Carl ton Bell of Ocean Drive, S. C. Wedding guests from out of town included Mrs. Pat Gor don; Mr. ami Mrs. Roy C. Bishop, all of St. Petersburg. Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Fullerton, of Fresno, Calif.; Mrs. 'V. W. Helms, Mrs. Billy Helms and Susan Helms of j Lancaster. S. C. end Mr. and i Mrs. John C. Fowler of Gaff- 1 riey. S. C. After a reception held at the liome of the bride, the couple left on their weddin gtrip. Λ graduate of Loris High School, the bride attended Limestone College. She was a member of Phi Kappa Theta at Limestone. Mr. Prince, a graduate <>f Kentucky Military Institute, attended Wofford College and will attend St. Petersburg C<>1- | | lege. The couple will live in St. Petersburg, Fla. Miss Nancy Klainc llinson's engagement to ('hirenrr Drau Rogers of Kalrish is announc ed by licr parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dcmpse.v llinson of Fair Bluff. The bridegroom elect is the son of Mrs. Alma Rogers Bry ant and ihc late Bill Rogers. An August .11 wedding is plan- I nrd at tile llinson Cross Roads | Baptist Church. Bi-Monthly Bridge Club Meets Mrs. Cecil Corbett, Jr., en tertained the Bi - Monthly Bridge Club at her home Thursday. Those present were, Mrs. Harold Fonvielle, Mrs. How ard Harre Isnn, Mrs. John Dor inan. Mrs. Graham Johnson, Mrs. Phil Hughes, Mrs. Frank McGoug.in, Mrs. James Brice. who took the traveling prize, Mrs. Sonny Sanders, Mrs. Dick Plott, Mrs. Cecil Mercer, Mrs. Charles Corbett. who took Hi score and Mrs. Bobby Nelson of Nelson, Va. A sweet course was served. Mrs. A. L. Turner litis 53rd Birthday Mrs. A. L. Turner of Rt. 3. celebrated Iter 53rd birthday Sunday, at her home. Dinner was served at a park near her home. She was presented a birth day cake by her daughter, Mrs. Ada Reaves. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Reaves and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clemmons and Lessie Gore, Mrs. Gladys Jones and Judith Jones all of Nakina; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffin and daughter of Whitevillc; Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Strickland and Polly, ■ Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Barnes and Beth, Shelton and Lynn Turner, Jtuly Jones and Judy Worley, all of Fair Bluff, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Marlowe of Myrtle Beach, S. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Darens Canady and Crcig of Whitevillc; Mrs. Missie Strickland of Nakina; Misses Jessica Gore and Doris Turner and A. L. Turner of Tabor City. Bride-tlect 1 ο Be Honored Caroline Currie Jessup of Greensboro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Jessup, for mer resident of. Tabor City, will be honored at the home of her cusin, Mrs. J. C. Bell, Jr., Saturday. Groom - elect is Tommy Kemp, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Kemp of Elizabeth town. The wedding is planned for Sunday at the Presbyterian Church in Klizabethtown. PAUL T. WARD LACKLAND AFB. Tex. — Airman Paul T. Ward, son of Mrs. Birtie Ward of Rt. 4, Whlteville. N. C.. is being re assigned to Amarlllo AFD, Tex., for technical training as a United States Air Force mis sile propellent systems specia list. Airman Ward, who enlisted in the Air Force a short time ago. has completed his initial baaic military training here. MISS GLORIA FRANCES ROBERTS is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roberts of Tabor City who announce her engagement to Doris Monroe Hodge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isiah llodge of Loris, S. C. The wedding will take place on Sunday afternoon, June 30 at 4:30 o'clock at Forest Lawn Baptist Church, near Tabor City. A reception will take place following the wedding at the church. Friends and relatives of the couple are invited. PERFECT ATTENDANCE — lackic Lee Simmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Sim mons. who attends Green Sea School, finished Grammar School recently with a record of never being absent a school day. Mhj Beeile To Wed Mr. Jerome Vaugfot Mr. and Mrs. Guv Marvin Scene, of Wynne, Ark., an- < lounce the engagement of I heir daughter, Mary Cozette, ο wed Jerome Dean Vaught. ;on of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd /aught, of Little Rock, Ark. ' The wedding is planned for II a. m. Aug. 20 at the Wynne Baptist church. Miss Becnc attended Wynne J High School and was gradual· | d rrom Gulf Park Junior' College. Gulfport, Miss., and | Dblained a degree from the University of Arkansas. She is , ι member of Alpha Chi Omega I sorority. Mr. Vaught was graduated from Hall High School, Little Kock, and is a Senior at the University of Arkansas in the College of Business, majoring in marketing. The bride is the granddau ghter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Marvin L. Beene of Hughes, Ark., and Mr. Lowell Simp son, of Jonesboro, Ark., and Mrs. E. L. Billingslca, of Jonesboro, Ark. Mr. Vaught is the grandson of Mrs. Chauncey Willard Vaught and the late Mr. Vaught of Loris, and the lato Col. and Mrs. Leslie Dean Baskin, U. S. Army, Florence, S. C. Young Infant Dies Benjamin Darrel Young, in son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Young was buried in the Norris Cemetery Tuesday morning at 11 a. m. The Rev. W. H. Johnson officiated at a Graveside service. , The child is survived by the parents who reside at White ville. He died Monday at Co lumbus County Hospital. Xmas Club The Christmas Saving Club met Thursday evening at Mrs. Bessie Johnson's Cafe at 4 p. m. with Mrs. Bessie Johnson, president, in charge of the business session. The group had a very nice lime and dis cussed how to be kind to one another. Mrs. Bessie Johnson served as hostess for the eve ning. Mrs. Bessie Johnson is pres ident, Mable Jackson is sec retary, Mrs. Rosie Williams, treasurer, Mable Jackson, re cording secretary and Mrs. Minnie Williams, banker. The thought for the day was. "Be what you arc and live it everyday." Two Local Girls Business Grads Betty Jo Stanley Perritte. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hu bert Stanley, and Rachel Clar ice Hard wick, daughter of Mr. ! and Mrs. D. A. Hardwick. graduated from Worth Busi- i ness College in Fayettevillo ; June 14. Betty Jo is a graduate of Tabor City high school and Rache lis a graduate of Wil liams high school. Both gra duated in 1962. Betty Jo has acceptcd a ; position with National Spin- | ning in Whitcville and Rachel will go to work in Columbia. ' S. C. You can count on it — the only people who listen to botii j sides of an argument arc the ' neighbors. 1 'orter McPherson Porter Μ. McPreson, 80, of 1 Villiams Township was buried , Wednesday June 13th in the ÄcPherson Cemetery. He was ! torn in Chad bourn and was a ' ife long resident of Columbus bounty. He died at the Wil iams hme. Mr. McPhersn is survived by hree sons; Leon, Carson, and | 'hillip McPherson; four daug kters, Mrs. Bessie McPherson. lt. 1, Chadbourn; Mrs. Re >ecca Cartrette, Rt. 3, White 'ille; Mrs. Vera McPherson, J It. 1, Chadbourn; and Mrs. Rachel Duncan, Rt. 1, Chad-' >ourn; 32 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Home Demonstration Schedule 1 Tuesday, June 25, at 9:00 a. n. Prosper — Special Interest Meeting. Tuesday, June 25. at 2:00 p. n. Sandy Plains at the Club touse. Tuesday, June 25. at 3:15 p. n. Bethel H. D. at Mrs. Cora ; tane Ward Wednesday. June 26 at 2:00 >. m. Homemakers H. D. Thursday. June 27, at 10:00 j ι. m. Nominating Committee Meeting. Saturday, June 29. at 10:15 ι. m. Radio Program over, VENC in Whiteville. N. C. Governor Colls For End To Race Strife Editor's Note: The follow ing is the statement made by Governor Sanford to the people of North Carolina | Tuesday night concerning race demonstrations. The Governor appeared on the Huntley Brinkley Report, an NBC evening news show. STATEMENT BY GOV. TERRY SANFORD I call on all citizens of all races to help avoid strife, ill j will, danger to life and prop erty, and damage to our State of North Carolina. The Negro citizen by his demonstrations has delivered the message that he is not con tent, that he has a burning de sire to break down the bar riers which prevent his norma! passage and patronage in plac- ! es open to the public, that he i has a determined discontent | with a situation which denies him many of the opportunities, freedoms of choice, and privi leges which are afforded as a matter of course to other citi- j zens. Anyone who hasn't re- , ceived this message doesn't un derstand human nature. But we have had sufficient J demonstrations. I eannot and will not allow the situation to degenerate to | the point of mob against mob, ι citizen against citizen, force ! against force. Further mass demonstrations breed disorder, endanger liv 'S. establish animosity, and serve j no good purpose. I will take whatever steps' ire necessary to preserve Um >e*ce. It would be criminal for me ο wait for extensive blood hed to declare martial law. is has been done ill other >laces. or to take other ap >ropriate action. It is necessary that all muss lemonstrations stop and delib erations start. 1 do not want to >e misunderstood. I repeat I vill take whatever steps are leccssary. I therefore call on all citi zens concerned to cease all ncss demonstrations, and to .vork with respective mayors ind other local leaders to sct .le all grievances. North Car jlina has already dcmonstrat :d that this approach is possi ble. 1 have asked General Capua Waynick to represent the Gov ernor's Office in encouraging uur mayors to make this ap proach. and it is my belief that our mayors already deside this approach. This is a responsi bility that can best be met by local action, and 1 am confi dent local leaders will not shirk their responsibilities. This is the positive and con structive way for reaching a solution for problems. It is imperative that we try it. 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