Avery-Grassfield Wedding June 21, 1922

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I thirty the found lot a off in to had large Home Avery--Grastfield Wedding. Miss Genevieve Lulu Grassfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Grassfield, of Middletown. N. Y., and Lloyd Earl Avery, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Avery, of Covington, married June 21, by Rev. D. L. oi^ Knoxville, formerly pastor of the Covington M. E. church. The ceremony was held at noon the home of the bridegroom's parents, parents, and was attended by about hundred guests. A delicious six- vourse dinner was prepared by Mrs. Amelia Hawk, caterer, of Wellsboro, and was served under a large tent, profusely decorated with mountain laurel. The table decorations were pink and white roses. The wedding march was played Mrs. A. J. Richards and the path the bride as she accroached the was strewn with roses by Olive, a little sister, who acted as flower girl. Mrs. Marie Marvin sang, "Oh, Promise Promise Me." The bride wore a gown of May Sweet taffeta with irridescent trimming trimming and draped with net. Her veil was point de esprit with orange own soms. She was attended by her | ter, Corinne, gowned in orchid meteor, and Miss Margaret Herr- music mann, a cousin, who wore a are perwinkle crepe. Harold Heil was best man. The bride's mother was gowned in black crepe, trimmed with kept are them to t h i n k , m e n t had jet, and Mrs. L. N. Avery wore j w v , U.IIMI *i*jio. -u*. ± 1 . ^irci. v "i_»j.c blossom taffeta covered' with point of de esprit. The bride's gifts to her attendants were bar pins and the man received from the bridegroom' A11 a handsome stickpin. Among the many beautiful and a valuable gifts was a set of dining- rls room furniture consisting of buffet, of her table, tea-table and chairs, of Am- eriean walnut of handsome design, , T O the joint gift of 150 of Mr. Avery's : " t: "" neighbors and other friends. The wedding trip will include the Thousand Islands and other points in New York. Guests from out-of-town were : Mr. and Mrs. John Grassfield and daughter, and Harold Heil, of Middletown, Middletown, N. Y.; Mrs. S. H. K u son, Raymond. Mr. and Mrs. Will Herrmann, of Shinglehouse; Miss i Carrie Grassfield, Francis Morrev : without John Grassfield Jr Mr and Mrs | I Galutia, of Hornell: Mrs. h i n k they will turn ' rowsmith, , 1 n g to see how much h i n k of their

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  1. The Wellsboro Gazette,
  2. 05 Jul 1922, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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