The wedding of Miss Sara Logatha Watts and Rev. Bill E Goff took place September 30 in the Highway Pentecostal Holiness church, Blaney. The Rev. Leo Edwards, pastor, assisted by the Rev. C. B. Bigby, officiated using a double-ring ceremony.
A program of music was furnished by Miss Miriam Jeffers, pianist, and the Rev. W. I. Jeffers, vocalist.
The User was D. E. Jeffers, Jr.
Miss Ruby Watts was her sister’s maid of honor and only attendant. She wore an aqua dress, and carried an arm bouquet of gladioli tied with matching ribbon.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father , was lovely in her wedding gown of white nylon-marquisette, with long sleeves ending in points over he wrist, fitted satin bodice; marquisette yoke edged with a wide ruffle outlined with Chantilly lace, and full gathered shirt extending into a long train. Her fingertip veil was of bridal illusion and fastened with pearls. Her only onament, was a single strand of pearls. She carried a white Bible, gift of the bridegroom, topped with white rosebuds and showered with ribbon streamers and tuberoses.
Mrs. Mavis Watts, mother of the bride, wore navy-blue crepe and a corsage of white carnations.
After the ceremony, the bride’s parents entertained at a reception at the home of the bridegroom’s aunt.
During the evening the bride changed into a wine gabardine suit, using black and white accessories, and she wore the corsage from her Bible.
Mrs. Goff is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mavis Watts (Jessie Irene Goff Watts) of Columbia. She attended Dreher high school and is now employed with Dodd’s 5 and 10 cents store.
The couple are residing at 511 Georgia street, Columbia.