new wife 11.26.1949
TELEGRAPH | i shrub- j Dixon Man To Be Wed In Bahamas An unusual courtship in which well know Dixon man is to be come the husband of the widow of a vk'tin of the Greek guerillas. is in the making and is to take place in thi- thi- next few days in the Bahama islands. Thomas E. Skla-vanitis. Skla-vanitis. Skla-vanitis. 16x7 Third street, left Dixon Mondav morning with Mi ami. Fla.. a.< his destination. There he planned to go by plane to the Bahama islands where he is to meet his bride, and the marriage will take place. The couple plan to enjoy a two weeks honeymoon in the Bahamas and Florida before returning to Dixon to reside. From '.-ports, '.-ports, '.-ports, the courtship has been conducted by mail for about a three months period. The oride. whose husband was a victim of the guerilla warfare in Greece, corresponded corresponded with the Dixon man who became aware of her plignt through his acquaintance with her father who is a factory worker in Complete arrangements were made by mail, and the bride was to flv from Greece to London Ensriand. thence to the Bahama islands where she is to meet the groom. The wedding will take place in the Bahamas after which the couple will fly to Miami complete their honeymoon, before flying to Chicago and tnence to rw,™ K,- K,- train to make their home. The bride left Greece one} eek ago for her long air tngnt j to the Bahamas to meet her hus- hus- j band to be.