'. And Mrs. Mazon Spend toneymoon In New York III the Evangelical, United Brethren church Saturday rening at 6:30 a pretty w'e'dding of spring appointments ok place when Miss Jane Irene Shilling, daughter, of Mr. id Mrs. Willis Shilling, '1^08 Overlook ave SW, became the ride; of Raymond E.' Mazon, ^ 1806 Tremont ave SE. The room is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler Mazon, sr. The Rev. Samuel ,W.. S.mith performed the double ring tremony, before a.setting-X)f palms and vases of pink and rhite snapdragons 1 '§QftJy lighted by tapers burning in two ~ven branched,c''an'delabra.' ' Miss Elizabeth B^an,,; a nurse at Mercy hospital, Canton, and Mrs. filliain Snyder p^gvideil^a recital of wedding music as the guests /ere "arriving for 'Ihej cerempny^and being seated by the ushers, PTheeljer Mazon, and Ralph Shilling, brothers of the bride and groom respectively. * .••;.'-' Miss Bzan spng, "Oh\Promise Me," De Kovan, and "I Love You Truly," Carrie Jacibs Bond, Mrs. Snyder's selections were, "Serenade," Schubert, "Because," d'Hardelot, "Traumerei," Schumann, "Always," Irving Berlin and "The 'Lord's Prayer," Malotte. ! > • * * *..•' * THE BRIDE entered -the' church on the arm of her father, who gave lier in marriage. Her lively "gown was of white satin anij< imported Chantilly lace, styled with a high Jieckline and a tight fitting satin midriff. The bodice and sleeves were of lace, the sleeves '.-ending In tiny points at the wrists. The huge satin skirt extended into a lull train. The Juliet cap of satin and seed pearls held the "fingertip length veil of imported white illu- ion. Carrying out th£ .traditions of something old, borrowed;'and blue, the bride carried ..a •.handker- «hief- belonging to herj.maternal grandmother, the late, Mrs. Frances Frances Baskcy. Her flowers were Johanna Hill roses. . Preceding the bride ;to the altar Was her matron of honor, Mrs. Richard Kiefer, and two bridesmaids, bridesmaids, the Misses Shirley and Qlfldys Mazon, sister of the groom. iv\Ehe attendants wore gowns of coral taffeta, the top being a fichu neckline and the bodice coming to points where the gathered gathered full skirt joined the fitted Bodice. They wore flowers in their Hair to match those in their bouquets. bouquets. Mrs. Kiefer carried buff variegated carnations. The bridesmaids bridesmaids carried yellow carnations. Mrs. Shilling chose a two-piece ,delft,.blue faille suit with a tight fitting jacket and navy accessories for her daughter's wedding. Pink throated orchids complemented her gown. Donald Shilling, the bride's brother, served as best man. THE RECEPTION for 125 guests followed at the Shilling residence. residence. Crystal vases of pink roses and pink tapers in crystal candelabra created a lovely setting on the refreshment table. The three tiered wedding cake graced the center of the table. Mrs. Per Lee Studer of Navarre, a close friend of the bride, Mrs. Howard Miller of Navarre, Dtps. Ronald Bailey of Beach City and Mrs. Roger Mazon of'Akron, cousins of the bride, served. The bride's mother gave the aids dainty white organdy aprons. Guests were present from Cleveland, Akron, Canton, Loudonville, Beach City, Carrollton, New York and Pennsyl- vama. Later the young couple left for New York to spend their honeymoon honeymoon and will live in Canton upon their return. For travel the bride wore a beige suit with brown accessories and a corsage of Johanna Hill roses. The many beautiful wedding gifts are on display at the bride's home. The bride is a registered nurse on the staff of Mercy hospital, Canton, from which she graduated. She is also a graduate of Washington Washington high school. Mr. Mazon served 22 months in the army with service in the Pacific theater. He is employed employed by Interstate Sash and Door Co., Canton. Miss Idella Baskey, the bride's aunt, gave the rehearsal dinner Friday evening at The Bannister's. The bride was honored at showers given by .Mrs. Richard Kiefer for classmates and fellow workers' of Mercy hospital, Canton, by her grandmother, Mrs. Frank Shilling and the Misses Shirley and .Gladys Mazon and Mrs. Robert Mazon at the latter's residence.