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 - operation. Mrs. Joeeph Smiley and Mrs. Edward...
operation. Mrs. Joeeph Smiley and Mrs. Edward Edward Seaboldt Sr. were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miller, Downingtown. Mr«. W. W. Lewis Ho«tea« Mrs. William W. Lewis, entertained entertained Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Lewis, Miss Emily Lewis, Downingtown. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klebe and Mrs. Klebe Sr. Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. J. Quincy Freas, Mrs. Clemens, Miss May Clemens, Ardmore, Ardmore, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Blake, Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs, Stephen Styer entertained entertained Mr. and Mrs. Rufus 8tyer, Mr. and Mrs. Orlanda Deery and son, Norristown; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ernest Ford and children, Paoli; Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Styer and daughter, daughter, Jane, Keimett Square; Mr. and Mrs. Webster Styer, Terry Styer, Spring City and C. C. Ganse, West Chester. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Essick and Miss Lydia Darlington spent a day in Middletown, Miss Zlllle Walleigh, Ludwig’s Corner, called on Miss Florence Wiley. Mr. and Mrs. Havard Lewis entertained entertained the Rev. W. H. Savage, Philadelphia at dinner. Their dinner guest list also Included Mr. and Mrs. P. Hoffman and children, Coatesviile. Mias Phlppt> 1 « Wed ▲ msjrruui« of interest to friends here was solemnised at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Phipps, near Eagle, when their daughter Miss Mary E. Phipps became the bride of Mr. Charles Couchoud, son of Mr. and Mrs. C, Couchoud, Atlantic City, N. J. The Rev. David R. Stewart, pastor of Fairvlew Presbyterian church, officiated. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, wore a gown of ivory satin made on princess lines with train. Her tulle veil was caught with orange blossoms and she carried carried an arm bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley, Her attendant, attendant, Miss Velina Phipps, a sister, sister, was attired in a periwinkle blue chiffon with train and silver accessories. She carried a t^uquet of small yellow chrysanthemums. Miss Alta Phipps, another sister of the bride officiated at the piano. Her gown was black velvet. The best man was William Tegtmeyer, Yeadon. Following the oeremony a reception was held for the wedding wedding party and immediate families of the principals at the home of the brides* parents. Later the newlyweds newlyweds departed on their honeymoon. They are motoring southward to Florida and will visit other cities of the south. On their return they will make their home in Philadelphia where Mr. Couchoud is engaged in business. business.

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  1. The Mercury,
  2. 21 Oct 1935, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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