Nelson P Musgrove Marriage to Gladys P Bramley
Saturday. Oct. 15. 1949 of J. son yellow end- illusion Pan peplum a accessories Gladys P. Bromley, N. P. Musgrove Are Married The marriage of Miss Gladys Pearl Bramley, daughter of Archie P. Bramley of 917 North Street, Nelson. Parker Musgrove of 917 North Street, son of the lat* and Mrs. William A. Musgrove, took place this morning at 9.30. Rev. E. Pomeroy Cutler performed the ceremony at the Richmond Congregational Church parsonage. Matron of honor was Mrs. Robert Andrews, and best man. Nelson Musgrove Jr., son of the bridegroom. bridegroom. The bride wore a dinner-length teal lace over baby blue taffeta dress with stand-up collar, fitted bodice, short sleeves and full skirt, a matching velvet headband with shell pink plume, and a corsage shell pink carnations. Mrs. Andrews had a brown taffeta taffeta dinner-length dress trimmed with velvet and faship.ned with fitted bodice, V-neckline, short sleeves and full skirt, a brown velvet hat with veil and a corsage bronze and yellow pompons. Following the ceremony, the couple left for a nine-day motor trip to New York and Washington, D.C. The bride's traveling costume was a" gray-blue satin dress, beige coat and broWn accessories. When they return, Mr. and Mrs. Musgrove Musgrove will make their home at North Street The bride, secretary to Dr. H. Miller, director of the GE works laboratory, is a Pittsfield High School graduate. . Also a graduate of Pittsfield High School, Mr. Musgrove is laboratory supervisor in the GE service service section.