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Â·;- Mildred Floyd for in class on conducted Hal- regular voted rnilk review j dining Shanks-Blackburn r.Irs, J, Vernon Stone of Princeton. Ky.. is announcing the carriage cf her granddaughter, Miss Elizabeth Blackburn, to Mr. Everett T. Shanks, son of Mrs. Blanche Shanks, of Dayton and Sinking Spring. The marriage was -i*" 1 ArTlT^?7il^ ^f f ^ O ^MWl'SAfll Presbyterian Church at Hopkins- vill-e. Ky,, on Friday evening, J 25. 1947, at seven o'clock. The | Rev. Waller Chestnut, pastor ! t-ie church, performed the t mor.y. t The bride wore for her wedding I a n crginal model in black .white cifcpe tie chine, with black i piL-'L're hat, and other accessories t :n bl^ck. She wore an orchid ! ;r.Â«e. I The couple WES attended by M'is r.iarjorie Fooshee, of Golden 'Fond. Ky., and Mrs. Jack Westall ' of Ccliur.bus. Miss Fcoshee wore a two ibbck dress, with black accessor- I les. Her corsage was of yellow irojtjjds. i Mi 5. Westall wore i printed cicpe :nodeL \vlth bUick accessories. accessories. Hei corsage was of white gar' den:.is. The groom was attended by Jjsepii P. Abraham of 'falmocth, Ky., and Mr. Jack Westall of Columbus, Tne bride is a graduate of Butler High School. Princeton, Ky,, and attended Girl's College of Aviation. Washington, D. C. For ihe past four years she has employed by the Veterans' Administration, Administration, Washington.' D. C., and Outwood. Ky. | Mr. Shanks graduated from Sinking Spring High School arid attended Dayton University. For several years he had been employed by the Veterans' Administration Administration at Dayton, Ohio, Outwood, Ky., and is now at Ft. Thomas, Ky,. as Deputy Supply Officer. They are making their home Quarters 23. V. A. Hospital, Ft. Thomas. Ky.