GREENVILLE NEW 8 GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA fAOE SEVEN Events Of , Importance In World Of Women A, get who and as as refreshments I MULLINNIX-KIRKLAND MULLINNIX-KIRKLAND MULLINNIX-KIRKLAND VOWS ARE SPQKEN IN RITES LAST EVENING Taking place in the First Presby terian church of this city, last even ing, November 30, the wedding of Miss Doris Eugenia Mulllnnlx and Nathaniel Carrie Kirkland, United States Marine Corns, is of wide in. terest. The vows were heard nr. A o'clock with the bridegroom's far-ther. far-ther. far-ther. Rev. Henrv Rumham KirVUn officiating. On the altar were decorations of white chrysanthemums, fern and ivy -with -with white candles burning in candelabra. George Nllson, at the organ, and DuPree Rhame, soloist, furnished the wedding music. . Ushers were .Tarlr Ra mflAin T3H1 Anderson, Lawrence Ivy and Herman Herman Walker, The bridegroom was attended bv Rv , . , ----- ----- ----- ----- ----- -v. -v. -" -" ' ' -e -e .UBJO Kirkland as best man, Bridemalds were Miss Sybil Betty Wilson was maid-of-honor. maid-of-honor. maid-of-honor. maid-of-honor. maid-of-honor. They wore dresses of pale blue satin made along princess lines with bracelet length sleeves, Mrs. Lang-don Lang-don Lang-don S, Ligon, matron-of-honor, matron-of-honor, matron-of-honor, matron-of-honor, matron-of-honor, wuje a iitte aress in deeper shade of blue. Thev earrlprf rnsrarfa h,i. queta of red roses, Mary Gall Holllday was flower girl. The bride entered with hr fatw Joseph Henrv Mulllnnlx. hv' she was given in man-inff man-inff man-inff weddine gown nf ivnrv n made with fitted bodice, long sleeves and V-neckllne V-neckllne V-neckllne with vnico nf iop The skirt extended from the waist into a train and her full-length full-length full-length veil of tulle was caught to her hair with a coronet cap with orange blossom at each side. She carried a bouquet of white roses in cascade effect centered centered with an orchid, Immediately following the cere. mony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents on Har- Har- vuuju uuvc. J.1UUUKHOUI me rooms were effective decorations of green and white. Receiving at the door were Mr, and Mrs. C. Douglas Wilson. Wilson. Mrs, V. D, Rameur and Mrs. J. C. Holllday presided at the punch bowl and Miss Mary LeGrand kept the bride's honk SpI'Vlncr mora Mlccno Mickev MeCradv. .lean Mlrhals "Sic" Ramseur and Evelyn Chandler. Mrs. Kirkland is the 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Mulllnnlx of this CitV. While Mr. Kirklanrl is t.h nn of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Burnham Kirkland of Maywood, N. J. Both were educated at Furman university here. Following on their wedding trip, they will be at home at Saint Albans, Albans, L, I., N. Y. For traveling the bride wore a two-piece two-piece two-piece dress tor Diue wool with brown hat and accessories. accessories. The orchid from her bouquet bouquet and fur coat completed her en semble. Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town guests included Rev. H. B. Kirkland, Maywood, N. J-Rev. J-Rev. J-Rev. B. M. Kirkland, Philadelphia, Pa., and Misses Jean Nlchela and Evelyn Chandler, of Charlotte, N. J. An average of a little more than three per cent of Army personnel In the U. S. was off duty because of sickness of non-battle non-battle non-battle Injuries at all times during 1942.