Melsheimer/Watts Marriage

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Melsheimer/Watts Marriage - Miss Watts, Mr. Melsheimef Marry In...
Miss Watts, Mr. Melsheimef Marry In Presbyterian Chapel In a ceremony this morning at Melslieimcr of Chase City, Va, Hi 11 o'clock in the c/iape! of the received his education at the tJni* First Presbyterian Church, Miss versity of Virginia, and Is difectof Carrie Mac Watts, of Statcsville, was married to Louis Alan Melsheimer of Basking Ridge, N. J, Rev. Neill R. McGeachy, pastor of the church, heard the marriage vows in a double ring service. In the chapel chancel palms were background and two silver floor vases held white chrysanthemums, snapdragons and deciduous holly. A fifteen-minute organ prelude preceded the ceremony. Miss Gladys Stephens was at the console. Music included: "Theme from the Concerto in B-Flat Minor and Andanta Cantabile <Tchaikowsky>; "O Thou Sublime Sweet Evening Star," 'Wagner); "My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice" 'Saint-Saens». During the ceremony the marriage hymn, "0 Perfect Love," (Barnby) was played. Processional was "Largo" (Handel), and Wedding march by Mendelssohn was recessional. The bride chose for her marriage a costume suit of bronze mist, with which she wore a topaz green hat and shoes. Her corsage was of green cymbidium orchids. Mrs. Marshall Benedict Sayre of Montville, N. J., the bridegroom's daughter and the bride's niece, was matron of honor. Her sheath dress of Dior grey was designed on Empire lines. She wore wood rose hat and gloes and corsage of rose cymbidium orchids. Marshall Benedict Sayre was best man and ushers were Armistead Jerman Boyd and Jay Hall, both of Slalesville. Mr. and Mrs. Sayre and Dr. and Mrs. Harry B. Underwood of Statesville hosted a noon breakfast at Statesville Country Club after the ceremony. On Monday evening, Mrs. Espy Brevard Watts, the bride's stepmother, and Mrs. Armistead Jerman Boyd, her cousin, and Mr. Boyd entertained at a rehearsal dinner in the Mimosa Room at the Vance Hotel. A cake-cutting was held at the bride's home, 117 North Race Street, after the rehearsal. Following a wedding trip to Sea Island, Ga,, Vero Beach and other points in Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Melsheimer will be at home after the first of January at 36 North Finley Avenue, Basking Ridge. Mrs. Melsheimer is the daughter of the late Espy Brevard Watts and the late Carrie Barringer Watts of Stalesville. She is a graduate of Mitchell College and was formerly assistant librarian at Statesville Public Library. Mr. Melsbeimer is the son of Mrs. Flora Neff Melsheimer of Rochester, Vt, and late Ellis Elsworth of technical service with the Amef* can Cyanamid Company. f Happy Birthday + Dectmbtr 10 Day's MoroscofM Don't rest on your Vvre^s. do everything you can to learn A* bout details, inside slo-ry, e^c. of that new objective, have figures, facts at your fingertips. Robert D. Fox Dcwey Williams Tom Barnette B. G. Walsh LysbclTi Wilborne Be-rint Vcra W. Brown Whiting Zcola Ktxmtz Stanley Stenberger Mrs. Gladys Freed Holland BiKy Nabors Bonnie Sue Reavis Bivln Fraley Holland MARY • MARTHA CLASS Mary - Martha Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will have a luncheon at the church Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. GIVE A TYPEWRITER f or CHRISTMAS! Standard or Portable) W« have Underwood Smith - Corona port- |and tables to select froml I I FREE! With each Underwood

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  1. Statesville Record And Landmark,
  2. 09 Dec 1958, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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