Eavey, Juanita-mar-23Nov1953-MorningHerald, Hagerstown, MD
TEN Hagerstown, Maryland Monday, November 23, 1953 ! r * fjsj/j itanita C^ave^ nlorrle6 (Photo by Jean-Rene) MRS. WAYNE N. BURGER Charm and simplicity marked the wedding of Miss Violet JTuanita Eavey, daughter of Mrs. Lola Shafer Eavey, Virginia Avenue, and the late Clinton Eavey. On November 20 at 7 o'clock, Miss Eavey became the bride of Wayne N. Burger, son- of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burger, Beechwood Drive, Before a large attendance of relatives and Mends, tht double ling ceremony was performed by the Kev. Mr. Kennetti M. Gear- ' hart at St. John's Episcopal Church which was decorated with vases of white baby mums and lighted white tapers in , . . i ,, ,. meilts of ^ 8Tls and rninestones. ^ her lacf gloved hands she carried a white prayer book, surmounted surmounted with white pearl bridal wrougfcf iron candelabra. Family roses **"* forget-me-nots, tied pews were marked with bouquets of trailing English ivy tied with white satin bows. with ribbon streamers and love knots. Her only jewelry consisted consisted of rhinestone ear-rings and a Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. 1 -rhinestone necklace, gift of the W. E. Peacher, Jr., organist, bridegroom. , presented- a recital, consisting o; The maid of honor, Miss Louise Bach's "Sheep May Safely Ringer, wore an azure blue balle- Graze"; "Air from the Water rina length dress, designed witir Music Suite" by Handel; Mo- a basque ..bodice, fastened with lart's "Adagio"; "Soeur Moni- small rhinestone buttons, and a jue," by Couperin; and "Lo, How Peter Pan collar. A blue feather a Rose E'er Blooming," by hat and white lace mitts corn- Brahms, as well as traditional pleted her outfit. She carried a wedding marches. nosegay of roses and baby mums, The bride appeared in a bailer- tied with pastel shades of satin fna length gown of oyster white ribbon. ribbed faille, fashioned with an Fred Fahrney, of this city, cff shoulder aecklins and dropped acted as best man, and ushers pleat sleeves and Â· a' gracefully were Clarence and Donald Burg- sweeping skirt. Tiny clusters of er, brothers of the bridegroom, pearls and jkiestones trimmed Mrs. Eavey chose, for "her the neckline oÂ£ the dress. On her daughter's wedding and reeep- feead, the bride wore a small off- tkra, a street length dress of face hat of faille, caught at each powder blue with bugle bead side with veiling and arrange- trim and black accessories. As a Junior Music Club Hears Mrs. Dorsey "Now Thank We AH Our was the theme of the talk presented presented by Mrs. William E. Dorsey Dorsey at the pre-Thasksgiving meeting of the Junior Music Club last Saturday afternoon at the Women's Club. She pointed out that the Pilgrims Pilgrims were not the first to have a Thanksgiving. ; The Jewish people people held a festival in the beginning beginning of summer, when they planted their crops, one in midsummer, midsummer, and one in the latter part of October when they gave thanks to God and honored their forefathers. Their stay in Jerusalem Jerusalem 'for eight days, worshipping in the temple, was called the festival of the booths because of structures they built and lived in. The Indians held a festival of the harvest. The colorful costumes costumes worn by the dancers several years to make. Drums and rattles supplied the rhythm. Although there were many hardships suffered by the Pilgrims, Pilgrims, they were thankful for new land. Governor Bradford directed directed that a large feast be held on December 13th to thank God. This date has since been changed several times. The rest of the program consisted consisted of: vocal solos; Bless This House--Brahms, by Miss Jean Glosser; Give Thanks--Williams, by Mrs. William E. Dorsey; The Lord's Prayer--Melott, by Connie Resh; piano solo, Dorothy -Smith, -Smith, Edith- Solliday; vocal duet. Holy Spirit From On High --Keating, by Connie Resh and Louise Welch. The club decided to hold a sale December 19th at the House. Girls from the Junior Music Club will usher at the Christmas program of the Treble Clef Club at St. Paul's Methodist Church December 6th at 4 p. m. Mrs. Dorsey arranged the decorations decorations for the meeting, with appropriate orange shaded setting setting of pumpkins and fall flowers. * * * floral note, she added a corsage of pink carnations. The bridegroom's mother wore a black lace street length dress. PJnk accessories and a corsage sweetheart roses completed her outfit Reception Served After the wedding ceremony, a reception was held at the of Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Warner, Warner, Sr., South Prospect Street. The bridal table was lovely, centered centered with a four-tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. Surrounding Surrounding the cake was an arrangement of English ivy and white baby mums. Lighted white tapers in silver candle holders stood on either side of the cake. Mrs. Price Wimer and Mrs. James C~rdell, sisters of the bride, served the cake and Mrs. Paul Moser presided at the bowl. In charge of the guest book was M i s s Mooneyeene Wimer. For their trip south, the new Mrs. Burger selected a coat-style dress of dusky rose, and blacfc velvet accessories. Over her shoulders, she wore a mink blended blended muskrat coat, and a corsage white roses completed her outfit. Mrs. Burger is a graduate of of the Hagerstown High School, class of 1941. In 1945, she completed completed training at the Washington County Hospital School of Nursing, Nursing, and is, at present, head nurse of the Washington County Hospital Obstetrics Department. Mr. Burger was graduated from, the Hagerstown High School and, after serving a period with the United States Army, is now employed employed with the Coca Cola Company Company of Hagerstown, Dinner Htfd On November 15, Mr. end Mr*. Charles Bloom, -of Baltimore/ gave a dinner, honoring the approaching approaching wedding-of Miss Eavey and Mr. Burger, at the home the bride's mother. Twenty-eight guests, inclvsd^ig members of the families and close friends, attended the dinner.