1925 October 22 pg 17

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262 4,408 4,990 8.386 2.87J. 466 of the go Mr. He at 3- by interviewed he will the out R. affair 1925, trespass. . A BRILLIANT NUPTIAL EVENT AT_ANNVILLE (Continued from pa.e' One> valley, and whit e rose? . Mis 8 Mae Balle Henderson, of Greeneburg, the maid -of honor, wOr e a gown of or* chid georgette. Sh e carried a bouquet of orchid and yellow chrysanthemums. The two) brldissmaida, Miss Phyllis Smith, 6f Philadelphia, arid Miss Dorothy Montgomery, ot Scranton, wOr e yellow and green georgett e frocks, respectively. They, too, carried bouquets of th e same de$cription as that of Miss' Henderson. f Frank Bowers, of Allentown, was :h e best, man, and Edwin Sheffy ana David Shroyer, of Annvllle, wer e the ushers. I Prof, R. Porter Campbell, or Lebanon Valley College,! played a prelude o n th e organ, and Just before the ceremony, th$ plster of the bride, Mrs. Lester Deverter, of Hershey, sang "At Dawning." To the tune of .Lohengrin's Wedding March, the bride marched down the aisle on th e . arm of her uncle. Soft mupid was heard during the entire ceremony. At the conclusion, the organ broke forth Into th e triumphant strains! of Mendelssohn's Wedding March. A reception, given to the relative? and friends of the bride and bridegroom, was held atf Mlllard^n Thereafter th e . newly-weds left for Bermuda, where they will spend three weeks. Afte r their return, they/will be at home to their many friends at their new home n ear A«n« ville. ! 'Mrs. Millard is well-known ift Annvillg and Lebanon and is one ot tb e most p'opula, r y.oung matrons of the eocjal pet of t both places. She is a graduate of /Anftvilla High school, 1 class, of 1923, and also attended Cedar Great college, where Bh p studied Home Economics . The bridegroom, who is a faml' liar figur e both in) Lebanon ana Annville, and who has won lor him' pelf hosts of friends, attended Northwestern Academy, andf later studied engineering at Merlon, Ohio. He to at present employed by his father, H. E. Millard, as»th e superintendent of the Annyillg quarry plant, and as the manage r of the new Whitehall plant. Both young peopl e 'hav e th^ best wishes of many friends for happines In their matrimonial venture. ~-B - ' ».»».. - .'•'..,,., „ "movies" undergoing The and but During were Kurtz host. It will Two | is with about Cornwall While caught with The severe in a given still his good. "Old day j n the greater at as Krise, that studies at a trip states remember

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  1. Lebanon Semi-Weekly News,
  2. 22 Oct 1925, Thu,
  3. Page 17

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