“Nance-Porter Wedding” from the March 2, 1922 issue of the Rockingham Post-Dispatch
Clyde H. Nance of Troy and Miss Emma Porter of Rockingham were quietly married in Mt. Gilead on Saturday February 18th, at the Methodist parsonage. Rev. J.A. Martin, pastor of the Methodist church, performed the ceremony.
The bride was attired in a going-away suit of tweed with accessories to match. Immediately after the ceremony the young people left by automobile for Charlotte. They will make their home in Troy.
Mrs. Nance is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B.A. Porter of Rockingham and is one of Rockingham’s most attractive and accomplished young girls. Up until the time of her marriage she was a popular teacher in Pee Dee school. Mr. Nance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Nance of Troy and is a coming young business man in the town. He was educated at Oak Ridge Institute and since leaving school he has been connected with the Troy Motor Company.
Only a few friends of the couple witnessed the ceremony. Those attending from Troy were Dr. A.C. Boyles and W.L. Wright.