Aaron D Graybill marriage to Madeleine Hershey 5 Dec 1944

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Aaron D Graybill marriage to 
Madeleine Hershey 5 Dec 1944 - Methodist Parsonage Is Scene Of Wedding Miss...
Methodist Parsonage Is Scene Of Wedding Miss Madeleine Hershey Exchanges Vows With Aaron D. Graybill, Torpedo Mate Second Class, Stationed On Ixmg Island Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hershey of 1129 Erie st S announce the marriage of their daughter Madeleine to Aaron D. Graybill, Graybill, torpedo mate second class, stationed at Montauk, Long Island, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Graybill of R.F.D., Massillon, Massillon, at First Methodist parsonage. Members of the immediate immediate families and friends witnessed the double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. J. Lloyd McQueen. Miss Marilyn Hershey, sister of the bride, was maid ot honor and Poster Morton, brother-in-law of the groom, served as best man. For her marriage the bride chose a light blue wool dress with a small hat and corsage of gardenias. The maid of honor wore green wool with black accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds. An informal reception for members members of-the Immediate families and a few close friend.s followed at the Hershey residence and later the young couple left on a short wedding wedding trip. Torpedo Mate Graybill •will leave Wednesday for Ix>ng Island. Island. He graduated from Jackson Township Township high school with the class of 1939 and received his boot training at Great Lakes naval training station. station. Before entering service he was employed Corp. by the Republic Steel The bride is a graduate of Washington Washington high school with the class of 1939 and is In the office of the Republic Republic Steel Corp. Junior Mission Band Has Christmas Party The Junior Mission Band of Faith Lutheran church held its December December meeting and Christmas party Saturday afternoon In the church parlors. The meeting was openec with group, singing of a hymn, followed followed by Scripture reading from the book of Luke by Barbara Alpers June Glitz had the opening prayer, and a trio, composed of Nancy Rits- chards, Carol Jones and Rita Holderbaum Holderbaum sang "Long Ago On Christmas." Christmas." A business session- was conducted conducted and members responded to roll call by reciting the scripture passage, "For unto you Is born this day in the city of David, a Savior which is Christ, the Lord." It was voted to make a gift of $10 to the church treasury for Christmas. Plans were made for continuing the group's collection of waste paper and fats. Mrs. W. W. Willgohs read a Christmas story, followed by group singing of Christmas carols. Refreshments

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  1. The Evening Independent,
  2. 05 Dec 1944, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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