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THE GALVESTON lur, a belted bodice uud a made of Irregular flounces, bows decorated the sleeves. skirt Tliiv A. represent at October. spent will will whom attend will of attend of the «yutl *ua icKaiDnaUun ojlumne arc welcomed uy IT, editor an BOOH a» pci=lble alter the event and ettoul [t will be appreciated If Hunday notlcn reach tli All items mil Iti should bo signed and the wrlt- will not assume absolute re»PURB!billty fur pic- be taken or Uiem. charming participants in the 1930 Mardi Grass. The theme of the Cotton Palace is to be a most effective one, and will be set in the time of King A r t h u r and Queen Guinevere. « O PraUJl-Wichlep Wedding. A beautiful wedding of cordial interest to a large circle of friends was solemnized last evening at 5:15 o'clock at Sacred Heart Church, whon Misa Gladys Minetta Wichlep. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. J. Wichlep. became the bride of Fred Joseph Pratall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Pratall, Rev. Marlus S. Chatalsnon performed the ceremony. The church, beautifully decorated with palms, fern and a profusion of white blossoms made an Impressive and attractive scttinir for the event, Prior to the entrance of the bridal party. "Ave Maria" was rendered by John Bratsen, accompanied by Marion E. Sporar, organist. "The Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" was played by Mr. Sporar as processional processional and Mendelssohn's "Wed- dlnjr March" as recessional. The bridal party made an exceptionally exceptionally lovely picture, as the nt- ttndants were carbed in the various various hues of lavendar. ranging from heliotrope to pale orchid and carried out the Greek motif Jn their design. All wore orchid felt hats and orchid slippers and carried arm clusters of. deep Dink roses, tied with huee orchid tulle bowo. The flr«t to enter was Miss Rena Prntnli, slater of the biidemooin, a-j bridesmaid. Her frock was of orchid chiffon, with close-fitting lone-wain led bodice with a V Inset voke of orchid silk lace and very lonsr. full skirt. Miss Marie Wichlcp was garbed ] ITI n riffpT shade of orrhld chlffnn. j the bodice being made In a modified modified Eton jacket, and the blouse having insets of flesh net at the ke. The very long skirt ended in irregular scallops. Mrs. Ralph W. tion of honor, was curbed in lavender lavender chi/fon with a hujre fichu col- millions for ,, be ftQ\fi fj/ ft » fa and ·" as and the It harmful antidote Schneider, ma- Improve Skin A wonderful discovery Is the new French process which gives MELLO-GLO MELLO-GLO Face Powder ltn unparalleled unparalleled smoothness and makes It stay on longer. The purest DOW- dor made--Its color Is tested, Never gives a pasty or flaky look! Will not smart the skin or enlarge the pores. Given a youthful bloom. Rc- member the namc- -Adv, -MELLO-OLO. The niulcl of honor. Mies Lillian Russo. whose frock was of hello- trope chiffon, made with lone flowing skirt nnd ornamented willi innets of flesh net. the bodice bring bring closelv fitting. Little Miss Charlotte Ann Bolter, flower-girl, was lovely In her dnlnlv frock of rosebud pink, accordion- pleated, chiffon and carried a bai ket Oi rose-petals, which she scattered scattered in the Dath of the bride. The bride was exceptionally love- lv In her beautiful wedding robes In which the Greek theme was again emphasized. The dress was of ivory ductless satin with Insets of exquisite Chantillv lace outlined in delicate pearls. The deep pop- lum, one of the newest notes in the mode was extended Into a' long graceful court train. Her bridal veil WHS of illusion, banded with a wide band of Chantllly arranged In cap shape, close-fitting and held to the head with clusters of orange blossoms outlined In pearls. She carried an arm cluster of bride- roses and HHcB of the valley In nhower effect, The bridegroom was attended by Frank J. Ghcrbis. best man; John B. Sporar and William H. Wlchlep. groomsmen: Fred Wichlcp Jr. and C. Popular Jr.. ushers. 6 to 9 o'clock a wedding iception was held at the homo of the bride's parents. The bride and bridegroom received the guests in the drawing room where the many lovely gifts were displaved. The bride's table was wcautlfullv arranged, arranged, being covered with a handsome handsome German imported cut-lace table cover over pink satin. Its center adornment was a three-tier wedding cake, handsomely iced, embossed in bridal roses, and ein- icddled in fern with a miniature arlde and bridegroom ornamenting the too. Miss Sophia Wichlcp had attractively attractively decorated the sunroom with /eddlng bells suspended from -pink, white, and silver streamers over- lead. Miss Helen Carrague had charge of the bride's book, and Miss 3ridgct Russo presided over the punch bowl. Mrs. Wichlep was garbed in blcge chiffon and lace and Mrs. Pratall wore bcicc chlf-. :on with touches of tan, | Sunday evening, at the bridal j dinner which was held at Dominc's, Dominc's, the bride presented each of her j attendants with a cn-slul bead and i icarl necklace, while the bride-! rnnm presented the men In the I Bridal party with leather billfolds The br!degroom gift to the bride was a beautiful" three-strand pear necklace. The young couple are popular In a large circle of friends. Mr. Pro- tall has been connected with the Snntn Fe Railroad for a number of years. Mrs. Pratall. for seven " years, an employe of the Black Hardware Company, lias been honored honored with many charming prc-nup- tlal parties. Following the reception Mr, and Mrs. Pratoli departed on their wedding wedding trip to the points of Intercut California and will return Oct. 1 The bride traveled In a costume of brown chiffon, mnde on modish line and ornamented with brown vtlvet. She wore a brown velvet hat and brown suodc slippers and other matching accessories. To S»n Antonio. Miss Marguerite Connors, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Connors, a engagement wedding 23. hcen Sr. 20, of 3. meeting social 228, America, 3. Central Mrs. Association, for Ruth duty icr. .ral the reviews D. 3 with to 5 will gold made telephone or Women's meet at 5417

Clipped from The Galveston Daily News16 Sep 1930, TuePage 3

The Galveston Daily News (Galveston, Texas)16 Sep 1930, TuePage 3
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