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address C. L. - . of heard and will the The 9 with daughter^ have nave 17 illness Vilas. sons. Jr., M parents, chi!left - air Miss McGraw Married in Washington ^Blessed Sacrament church in Washington, D. C., was the °f a wedding June 12 when Phyllis J. McGraw, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. J. J. MeGraw, Seventh street northwest, became the bride of Donald r J. Proctor son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. of Boston, Mass. White carnations and lighted tapers adorned the altar and baskets of white flowers decorated decorated the chancel for the service which was performed by Mon signer Thomas Smythe. Miss bara McCay, organist, provided nuptial music, The bride who was given n marriage by her father wore ivory satin gown made · with sweetheart neckline edged with pearls, a fitted bodice and a ful skirt extending in a tang circular tram inset with Chantilly lace Her fingertip length veil of four tiers of ivory illusion fell from coronet of orange blossoms and sne carried a cascade of white orchids and stephanotis. Her only ornament was a string of pearls a gift from the bridegroom. Miss Audrey McGraw was sister s maid of honor and a white net gown with a fitted bod"*; ot .white flowered jersey and_a.Juliet:cap with ^shoulder- length, veil. "She carrie bouquet of - rried an arm American Beauty roses. _ Bridesmaids were the Misses Easley of Brooklyn, N. Y., Miss Mary Jane Kells of State College Pa^ Miss Anne Norris of Nor- B -Jv, S A and Rosali nd Atwell bmith of Annapolis. They wore Wee gowns of sky blue with bodices and bouffant net skirts and their headdresses were of matching blue veiling caught clusters of pmk rosebuds. Their gloves were of net and they carried sweetheart roses. Kathleen Chadwick of Arling- i-tf Xl" the flow «-girl, wore light blue organza gown with "*»** a long ruffled a ong r skirt. She. carried pastel flowers m an oldfashioned bouquet and wore similar flowers In her hair J. Winchester Counts was the bestman and the ushers were fraternity brothers of the bridegroom from Syracuse university, Staf- Jr - and Following the ceremony, a reception reception was held in the Roosevelt hotel for 65 guests. 1 The -bride's mother wore black sheer with corsage farm V- --- v "v*^ u*eii-ji white accessories and a corsage of gardemas and the bridegroom's mother, a grey sheer with orchid accessories and a corsage of gardenias. gardenias. " Following the reception, they flew to New York and Cape For travel, the bride chose a tailored navy blue frock with white accessories and a white orchid corsage.

Clipped from The Mason City Globe-Gazette16 Jun 1943, WedPage 6

The Mason City Globe-Gazette (Mason City, Iowa)16 Jun 1943, WedPage 6
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