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and - MRS THOMAS JONATHAN JACKSON ALTIZKR WED IN DECATUR by of of who from - , Alice G. Pye Bride Of Thomas Altizer Mrs. R. T. review the book. Place," and Circle H. E. Laughorn will be in charge ' '• ine vvesiey Class of the Church of Dunbar The marriage of Miss Alice Gayle l'ye. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cornelius Pvc of Atlanta. Ga.. to Mr Th<im:i? .innam - m this jackson Altizer. son of Mrs. Frances Altizer of Morristown. N. J. formerly of Charleston, took plate Thursday evening at the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Decatur, Ga. The Rev. Harry Tisdale of ficiated at the 8:30 p.m. ceremony, ceremony, for which selections were ith sun« ">' l»e church choir. Dunbar Citv - Attendii ■ the bride were Miss Susan Pye as maid of honor and Mesdiimes W. King Sims, Rob - Imjw to mr.tch her suit, and a cor.Mige of small white orchids. The fo'iner Miss Pye was graduated from Westminster High School in Atlanta and at - Icudcil VaiuierUlL Universitv. after the morning ice for a family The first quarterly of the Calvary Church of Dunbar Methodist Church jointly at the Nitro Sunday, July 23, at A combined held for the worship then each church separate conference presiding elder district charge. Circle 5 of W, ert Schlant. Richard Hubert and She received her A. B. docre Mr. John Yungblut as bridesmaids, from Emory University where , Memorial Methodist Elk - All were gowned in turquoise she is now studying for an of silk organza draped over talfe - A. M. degree with a Southern wood Kanawha Hospital, !a. Tile full - skirted dresses Felowship. She is a member of had matching laffeta midriffs Phi Beta Kappa scholastic hon - j nnri flfit l,n. .t l.m..c unrl ll.n nrnri: nnrl thn Allunl - , n,.h,,l^ni^ tendants carried bouquets o[ Club. white Alba lilies. a graduate of Stonewall Jack Mr. Mr. Waller A. Slrauss served SOn High School, Mr. Altizer as best man for Mr. Altizer. attended St. John's College, An Ushering Ushering were Messrs. William napolis. Md.. and (he Univer Gayle. Gayle. William G. Grant, pity of Chicago, receivine his a. is., a. m, and Ph. D. degrees Cobb Torrance. Edward Pugh and William M. Mason, with groomsmen being Messrs. James S. Myers. Owen C. Huston, Huston, Thomas 0. Pelzel and Lu - cio Chiaraviglio. The brid.e was escorted lo the altar by her father. She was attired in a long - sleeved gown of white peau de soie, the portrait portrait neckline trimmed in dainty dainty bows, and a full bouffant skirt terminating in a chapel train. Her long veil of B r u s - sels lace was fastened to a matching cap, and she carried a white praycrbonk. Following a reception at Ihe Capital City Country Club, Mr. and Mrs. Altizer left for a wedding wedding trip to Nassau. For traveling traveling th - j bride chose a dark pink cotton suit, w i t h yellow and brown print silk blouse and lining, lining, a black pillbox hat with a from the latter. He was assist ant professor of religion at Wabash Wabash College, Indiana, from 1515 - 1 - 56 and is now associate professor of Bible and religion at Emory University. They will reside in Atlanta. \ inn (IUTTHFAT) NOME

Clipped from The Charleston Daily Mail14 Jul 1961, FriPage 11

The Charleston Daily Mail (Charleston, West Virginia)14 Jul 1961, FriPage 11
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