Mildred Rakestraw Hopper's Scrapbook: Catherine Heath

Heath-Hambrick Vows Spoken In Lovely Setting

St. Luke's Episcopal rectory was the setting for a wedding of unusual beauty and solemnized on Saturday evening, August 8th, when Miss Catherine Heath became the bride of Cecil Hambrick, of Leaksville.

Rev. W. J. Gordon, rector of St. I Luke's church, Spray, officiated. 

Miss Cuma Odell, soloist, sang "O Perfect Love". During the impressive ring ceremony came soft strains of "The Voice That Breathed O'er Eden", with Miss Bettie Gordon as pianist. Tall candelabra and baskets of gladiola, hydrangeas, lilies and English ivy flanked an improvised altar, before which the vows were spoken. The bride was a picture of loveliness in her going away costume-suit of powder-blue crepe, with hat, shoes and purse of navy and gloves of white kid. She wore a corsage of white gardenias.

Mrs. Hambrick is the daughter I of Mrs. Lucy Grogan and William J. Everett Heath, of Stoneville, R. 1.

She attended Leaksville Graded School and graduated at the Stoneville High School. She was a member .of the graduating class of (the School of Nursing of 1941, at Leaksville Hospital and is now a member of the nursing staff at Reidsville Memorial Hospital.

Mr, Hambrick is the son of the late Mr, and Mrs. Thomas p. Hainbrick, of Roanoke, Va., and the nephew of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Hodges. He was graduated from Leaksville High School and is now employed by the New System Laundry of Leaksville.

Attending the wedding were members of the immediate families and close friends.

On their wedding trip, the couple visited northern points are now at home at the residence of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Hodges, Elliott Avenue.

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