South Carolina Weddings

Lee – Felkel.

Special to The State.

Orangeburg, Jan. 2. –On December 24 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Rast of Elloree, Miss Flossie Lee was married to O. D. Felkel of Calhoun county. A goodly number of guests were present at the wedding.

Sincath – Browning.

Special to The State.

Orangeburg, Jan 2. — Miss Evelyn Sineath and Walter Browing were married at the residence of Mrs. Maggie Fairey, Branchville, at 7 o’clock Sunday evening. Rev. Whitefoord Smith Martin, pastor of the Methodist church, preformed the ceremony.

Gressett – Smoak.

Special to The State.

Orangeburg, Jan 2. — Miss O’Neil Gressett and Earl Smoak were married Sunday evening at 6 o’clock at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and MRs. L. W. Gressett on Main street. Branchville, the Rev. J. R. Fizer of the Baptist church officiating.

Jeffcoat – Easterling.

Special to The State.

Orangeburg, Jan 2. — Miss Inez Jeffcoat and Bragg Easterling, both of Norway in this county, were married in Columbia at Main Street Methodist church parsonage on December 23, by Rev. T. G. Herbert.

Felkel – Shuler

Orangeburg, Jan 2. — Percy Norman Shuler of Orangeburg County and Miss Lillie Mae Felker of Calhoun county were happily married at the Methodist parsonage in Elloree on Sunday afternoon. Rev. J. E. Strickland performed the ceremony.

Kennedy – Pope

Special to The State.

Turbeville, Jan. 2. — Jasper H. Pope of this place and Miss Bessie Kennedy of Clinton, N. C., were married at the bride’s home on Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock. They arrived here Monday night and are at home to their friends.

Wilson – Brodie.

Special to The State.

Aiken, Jan. 2. — Monday afternoon, Miss Maria Wilson of Boston was married to Mark Brodie, the wedding taking place at the home of J. D. Prothro, in this county. Mr. Brodie is well known throughout Aiken county, where he has always lived. After the ceremony a reception was tendered the wedding party and about 75 guests, and the young people left on the afternoon train for a trip through the northern part of the state.

Sessions – Johnson.

Special to The State.

Blaney, Jan. 2. — At the residence of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sessions, near Blaney, on December 26, Miss Blanche Sessions became the wife of D. B. Johnson of Garfield, Ga.

Mrs. Johnson was one of this section’s most attractive young ladies. Mr. Johnson is a young business man of Garfield. The words which made them man and wife were spoken by Rev. A. E. C. Pittman, pastor of the Blaney Baptist Church, of which the bride is a member.

Connor – Graves.

Special to The State.

Orangeburg, Jan 2. — Miss Annie E. Connor and Rev. John H. Graves were married Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Connor, near Branchville. The ceremony was performed by Dr. E. O. Watson of Columbia, and Rev. Peters Stokes of Bennettsville, the beautiful ring ceremony being used.

The home was decorated with holly, gray moss, Christmas berries and bells. Shortly after the marriage Mr. and Mrs. Graves left on the afternoon train for Latta, their future home. Mrs. Graves has for some time been in the trained nurse service in Charleston, while Rev. Graves is a promising young minister of the South Carolina Methodist conference.

To be Married.

Special to The State.

Lexington, Jan. 2. — Invitations have been received in Lexington announcing the coming marriage of Bernard H. Rawl and Miss Mary Dandrige Bunting of Petersburg, Va., on the evening of January 11, at 6 o’clock, in St. Pail’s Church, Petersburg, Va.

Mr. Rawl is a Lexington county man, having been reared near the court house. He is at present chief of the dairy department of the federal government, with headquarters in Washington. He is a graduate of Clemson college and is a member of the board of trustees of that institution. He is well known all over the State, and the announcement of his marriage will be of keen interest to his host of friends. The bride-to-be is a daughter of Mrs. Oscar L. Bunting of Petersburg, and is widely known, being a social favorite in her home city.

Boykin – Boykin.

Special to The State.

Camden, Jan. 2. — Wednesday evening at “Pine Grove,” the beautiful and hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Whitaker Boykin, their eldest daughter, Miss Meta Cantey Boykin, was married to Bollivar DeSaussure Boykin.

Quite a number of guests went down from Camden.

“Pine Grove” was indeed beautiful in its elaborate decorations for this festive occasion.

The bride, who is always charming, was extremely so in here trailing robes of snowy white. She was attended by a bevy of 14 girl friends, all attractive in evening dresses of pure white. They were Miss Sara Boykin, maid of honor, and the following bridesmaids: Misses Margaret Halbin of Buffalo, N. Y. ; Margaret LeCron of Baltimore, Md.; Susie Fitzsimmons, Jane Tucker Fisher and Janie DuBose of Columbia, Virginia Gibbes of Charleston, Mary White of Spartanburg, Mary Haile of Boykins, May Boykin of Boykins, Lula Cooke Boykin of Sumter, Lelsa Boykin of Boykins, Ellen Boykin of Boykins, Joe Gadsen of Charleston, and Hallie Garrison of Camden.

Mr. Boykin was attended by his brother, Irvin Boykin of the University of North Carolina, as best man.

The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. B. Gordon of Grace Episcopal church of Camden, and after congratulations, the young couple led the way to the supper room, where refreshments were served, and on a beautifully appointed table, and the bride’s cake was cut, and health drunk in sparkling champagne, wine and punch.

Mr. and Mrs. Boykin came to Camden and boarded the southbound Seaboard for a wedding trip.

The presents recieved by the yong couple were very handsome.

The following out-of-town visitors attended the wedding; Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Manning of Sumter, Wyndham Manning United States Military academy, West Point; Mr. and Mrs. White of Spartanburg, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Richardson of Summerton, John Cantey of Alabama, Mr. and Mrs. John Cantey of Columbia, Dr. Frank Johnson of Charleston, Mr. and Mrs. Beverley Mikell of Charleston, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Griffin of Greenville and Anderson Clarkson of Columbia.

January 3, 1912 State (published as The State) Columbia, South Carolina Matrimony Notices Issue 7384 Page 12

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