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IB- mm ' ' ..m\ : i ..' -I Marian Adele Reynolds Is Married To James Frederick Finton in Service at St. Helena Cathedral Marian Adele Reynolds, daugh-l Gene Ward of Anacondi wa» of Mr. and Mrs. R. h. Key* best man. M McAvoy ana iwn Eckvahl of Anaconda were usnera. : A reception lor 100 guesls was held at the Placer hotel. Two - candalabra, white and pink mints, ■ flowers and the three-tier wedding cake decorated the table.. RECENT BRIDE — Marian Adele Reynolds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Reynolds, ol 501 Harrison, became the bride of James Frederick Firiton of 10D! Dearborn in a recent ceremony it St. Helena cathedral. He is the sou of Mr. and Mrs. John Finton of Springfield, MisSh and Los Angeles. olds ot 501 Harrison, and James Frederick Finton of 1002 Dear born were married recently at SI. Helena cathedral. He Is Ihe s of Mr. and Mrs. John Reynolds of Springfield, Mass., and Los A.vfeles. The Rev. Fr. Edward Courtney officiated at the double-ring rites the presence of 100 friends ana relatives. Mrs. E. C. Cox, or ganist, played traditional wedding selections. Two Manaards of gladioli decorated the altar. Givnn in marriage by her fath er, the bride wore a gown of lace, net and salin. The full-length skirt of net with lace insets gathered to a lace bodice featur- Peter Pan collar, net yoki and long sleeves. A fingertip veil of net fell from a headpiece trimmed xvith pearls and sequins. The bride wore a pearl earrn and necklace set and carried bouquet of red roses and a white orchid on a white Bible. Betty Reynolds, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a blue gown fashioned with laec bodice, lace iacket and full net skirt. She carried a bouquet of gladioli and wore a matching headdress. Rose Marie Ferguson, brides maid, chose a yellow gown styled like tile one worn by the maid of honor." Her headdress matched her gladioli bouuuet. For her dauel.tcr" s wcd(i ing, Mrs Reynolds was attired in a gray afternoon dress and pink ac-l cessorles. Mrs. jxeo liaviason of Anaconda, grandmother o£ the bridegroom, wore a nltsk suit and navy hlue accessories. Both wore corsages o£ red roses and white carnations. The cake, trimmed with white icing and pink roses, was topped with a miniature bridal couple. Mr* Jsv Diamond. DeLores ,Tubbs and Linaire Wells poured. Mrs. Martin Kraincb, sisler ol the bride, served. Penny Walker, niece of the bride, had charge of the guest book. Since returnlr.g from a wedding trip to Washington and Call-fornia, the couple lives at 1002 Dearborn. For traveling, ine bride wore a whit- linen suit and lavender accessories. She attended Helena high school and hat been employed by the state unem ployment compensation commission. The bridegroom, a veteran, attended Anaconda high school and Carroll college. He is employed by Grimes Teiaco service. Belfy Hawkins Honored At Farewell Party And Personal Shower flptf.v Hawkins, who left Helena to attend high school in Salt Late City, was honored at a farewell parly and personal shower Sept. 7 given by Ruth Ellen LeRousr at- the W. D. Lejioui nome at ouj Harrison. Fourteen guests attended the" affair honoring Miss Hawkins, daughter of Dr. T t- Hawkins of 524 Dearborn and the late Mrs.-'Hawkins.