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Journal-Evfry Evening, Wilmington, Delaware, Saturday, February 1, 1958 B Jane F. Sullivan, AVfll Keough Jr., Marry With Mass i St. Francis Staff Nurse Wed io U. of D. Grad In St. Thomas Three Brides in Church Ceremonies This Week Eighteen Miss Jane Frances Sullivan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .lames E. Sullivan of 412 S. Sycamore Street, Unibn Park Gardens, be-came the bride of Mr. Neal H Keough, Jr., son of Mrs, Patrick Ramone of 262 Filbert Avenue, Elsmere Manor, at 10 a. m. today In ' St. Thomas' Catholic Church with nuptial mass. - The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Francis J. Herron. assistant pastor. The bride, who was escorted bv her father, was attended by Miss Barbara Bradley, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Mary Vance of Collins Park and Miss Bernadine Bisio of Wilmington. Mr. E. Richard Buckley was best man. The ushers were Mr. D. Leonard Wise of Baltimore, Md., Mr. Robert F. Amoruso. Mr. H. Thomas Moore and Mr. Lawrence M. Sullivan, brother of the bride. t Miss Sharon Sullivan, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Fatrick Ramone, brother of the bridegroom, was ringbearer. Miss Mary Moynihan played the wedding music. Mr. James McDonald sang. , Aunts Made Gown Thi hride wore a gown of im ported rosepoint lace and tulle over satin, featuring a Sabrina neckline with molded bodice and full skirt. She wore a sculptured cap embossed in rosepoint lace and iridescent sequins with her fingertip veil and carried a white orchid on a white satin craverbook. The gown was made by her aunt. Miss Bertha R. Hag-gerty, assisted by another aunt, Mrs. Thomas E. Vaddcn. . The attendants wore gowns of blue satin, made with Sabrina neckline and short sleeves with l.irae matching sash in DacK They w ore matching headbands j with short veils. The flower girl was in pale blue nylon net over faun un band and shoes. Mrs. Sullivan chose champagne rnlnrerl brocaded satin with matching accessories ana orciuu nnoctiitA mrs KamnriP wnit'i hp satin with match - ing accessories and white orchid corsage. Breakfast for the wedding party and the immediate families was held in the Monaghan Columbus Club following the ceremony. After a wedding trip the couple will reside at 45 Court Drive, Lancaster Court Apartments. Showers Given The bride is a graduate of St. Francis Hospital school of nursing and is employed there. The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Delaware, a member of Sigma Thi Epsilon, and is employed by the Burroughs Corporation in Wilmington. The bride has been entertained at variety showers Riven by the bridesmaids and one by relatives. Mrs. LlizaDetn jv Connors entertained recently at luncheon at Columbus Inn. The bridal party was enter- tained by Mrs. Ramone last night, following rehearsal. Carvel-Palmei tr; -j j rii j W rUUniff l O(IU) , . t ii'tirr r.u 1 .c.i,n li.i ii i r. Vj. r l u. i'ii nvioi'. : In St. Philip's Episcopal Church at 4:30 p. m. today. Miss Elizabeth Nostrand Carvel, daughter of former Gov. and Mrs. Elbert Nostrand Carvel, will become the bride of Mr. Charles Leslie Palmer, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jacob Palmer of Laurel. The Rev. Harry May-field, rector, will officiate. , The bride, to be given in marriage by her father, will be attended by Mrs. Carlos de la Cuesta of Philadelphia, as matron of honor. Miss Ann Hall Miss Ruth Ann Palmer, sister of it,. k,.Mnnrnm uiil hp ihP inin i - - , bridesmaids. Mr. Lcroy Philips of Laurel will serve as best man and the ushers will be Mr. Roger Martin and Mr. Edwin Carvel of Laurel, and Mr. Wesley Niles of Norfolk, Va. A reception will follow at the Reaford Golf and Country Club. Following av wedding trip the couple will reside in Washington, D. C. . r. i i H omen s UKl to Hold Fmirth UirlhtlflY Ilalll m j t - ------- Mrs. Barney Maser has been chosen chairman of the fourth annual birthday ball to be given by the Wilmington Chapter of the Women's American ORT, on Feb. 15 in the Starlight Room of Hotel Rodney. Music will be provided by the Modernists, for dancing from 9 to 1. The dance committee consists of Mrs, Martin Pcrlman, Mrs. Arnold Concors, Mrs. William Simon, Mrs. Gerald Jarin, Mrs. Ranford Concors, Mrs. Harris Lissak. Mrs. Harold Arsht, Miss Betty Yarowsky, and Mrs. Arnold Sherman. Tickets can be purchased from Mrs. Concors or Mrs. Lissak. The affair is open to the public. Symphony Dinner, Ball to De ill A vril Initial nlans were discussed iln the i1 Lonlcn Period-at S ietfng "thi wpc fS he , The loclety voted a eontrlbu-seventh annual Wilmington ?" J,aPa",r"a: Symphony Dinner and Ball to be held in April, the , date to, be announced. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. A. N. Daniels, Jr, "Buck Toe Hills,'' Kcnnett Square. - Committer members present are: Mrs. Ernest Coulter, Mrs Richard E. Merchant. Mrs. Wer-nr C. Brown. Mrs. John W. Wills, Mrs. Robert H. Mover. Mrs. Homer G. Hanke, Mrs Richard S. Toby. Mrs, Frank Ecton, Mrs. Cabell W, Maace, Mrs. Chester K. Rosenbaum and Mrs. A. N. Daniels Jr. ; J V i -:Y fvv. ).;! I'. S ' I t KliiP iMMBa III! A : ft7? I xmmm. if : tair iiiiib - - - ..: .. ' ::.,:;-::...., .; .. A k a - . v. ft ' Mrs. Kenneih Ceremony in Holy Rosary Catholic Church Unites Telephone Employe With Senior At University of Delaware Miss Nancy Marie Heaps, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Heaps, Jr., of 3718 Philadelphia of Mr. Kenneth Jarne Smith, son of 427 Prospect Avenue, Concord ,R Catholic Church, Claymont. ' . , ine ceremony was penormea Mr. John A. Maslin, Jr., uncle' o( the brid6f gave hcr Jn marj ll''" Mrs. Stanton Tillinghast of Wilmington was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Miss Carol Lyn Heaps, sister of the bride, and Mrs. James Vaughan of Baltimore. Flower girl was Miss Mary Ann Heaps, sister of the bride. Mr. Clyde Louth of Wilmington was best man. Ushers were Mr. Leonard P. Brown of Kim-herton, Pa., and Mr. Anthony M. DeLucas 111 of Wesville, N. J. Mr. Robert Hunter played the wedding music and accompanied the soloist, Mr. Frederick Di-Camilla. The bride wore a gown of white satin fashioned on princess lines with long petal-point sleeves. The V neckline is bordered with wide bands of Alen- con lace embroidered with pearls land sequins. The full skirt sweeps to a wide chapel train. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion will be held by a cap of satin trimmed with pearls. Mrs. Tillinghast wore a cham pagne ballerina-length satin Jdress with matching cummer- Ibund. Her headband of match-jand ing satin was trimmed with dress with matching cummer- " ' . -! citiri waa Trimmon U'nn a1 j .. -i. uMA..,n vh irrinn & ; cascade bouquet of orchid iris and acacia. The bridesmaids wore Kelly green ballerina-length satin dresses and matching headbands. They carried yellow iris and acacia in a cascade. The flower girl wore a Kelly green full-length satin dress with matching headband and carried a miniature cascade of yellow iris and acacia. The bride's mother wore a nowder blue lace dress over jfeta with matching accessories , . ... uij, ana cnrsa m pin tymmmuu. orchids. Mrs. Smith wore a nnrii. nf rronn rvmhiHiiim In accent her beice chiffon dress and accessories. A reception followed at Atter-bury VFW Post home, 109 East Twenty-sixth Street. The bride and bridegroom, wedding party, and friends were entertained at a buffet dinner last evening by the bridegroom's parents. After a wedding trip to the n . 1 1 1 : . rnciirius, uie iiuJie win live hiii, nilffc TVl ,,,,,.. ,i, n ..,. ,. rnnA ' The bride is Claymont High School and is;wcaring a :plum dress will wear employed by the Diamond State winter white accessories and a Telephone Company. The bride- white orchid. groom is a graduate of P. S. Miss Michaelene Sklodowska aui'ont Mign ncnooi ann is a senior at tne university ni ueia- ware, lie is a memncr oi sigma Nu fraternity. WSCS of Non-port Votes Mission Funds NEWPORT, Feb. 1 'Special). The Woman's Society of Chris- Methodist Church held Hnd Rubber Company. monthly meeting Thursday eve nina In the Fellowship Hall of the church. Mrs. Charles v. Sttimpf, president, presided. Mrs. Margaret Leach will con duct a study course, "The Gospel of Mark" from the study book "Disciples to Such a Lord," dur uunai vminuaii oinvi-isuy iuiiu ana picdjzca $ouu lor mission; ana means cnairman win an work during the coming year, inounce final plans for the sauer It was announced that First and Central Presbyterian Church. Wilmington will be open for prayer Vi;il from 6 a. m. to midnight Feb. 21, "World Diy of Praver." . Mrs. Ralph Coughlin's Esthcr:Th?'l.adlei' Missionary Snrlo Circle, plannlv a rummage sale mi ni, n ii, is Mmi-mng arucies Ior4falf- , m uie nexi meeung on rco.jMrs. Elmer Colmery, 1014 Baltl-2o, Miss Geneva Poppy will 'more Avenue, Elsmere Manor peak on the Riddle Memorial, Deaconess Home, Maurkt Clarke. James Smith Pike, Claymont, became the bride of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Smith Manor, today at 11 a .m. in Holy Dy me itev. jonn isirKenneuer. ' j Pnch. A i x. ri 11 a hoc t ( i oil v Afternoon Bride In St. Stanislaus llOlJOWaV ICrrare (irl , ., ; TV 11 m si win we married 10 T. E, Kwiatkowski In St. Stanislaus Catholic Church at 2 p. m. today, Miss Ann Patricia Paslowski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Paslowski of 908 Central Avenue, Hol-loway Terrace, will become the bride of Mr. Thomas Edward Kwiatkowski, son of Mrs. Pauline Kwiatkowski and the late Mrs. Anthony Kwiatkowski of 608, Hazeldel Avenue, Minqua-dale. The Rev. Stanley Delikat will officiate. The bride escorted by her, father, will be attended by Miss; Jean Dobrowski of Wilmington. Bridesmaids will be Miss Jean Dianna, Miss Barba Miss Margaret ; Kiamensi Gardens. . Dianna, Miss Barbara Olosinski, r- kiampncii arrfntie nnmr hpirin.. "' mniH n.iii hi en rn..Hu crty. Mr. Robert Wisniewsik of i Minquadale will be best man. Ushers will be Mr. Paul Paslowski, Jr., of Mayview Manor, Mr. Peter Devine, Wilmington, and Mr. William Yarnall, Minquadale. The bride will wear a white Chantilly lace and nylon tulle gown with Sabrina neckline trimmed with seed pearls and sequins. A seed pearl tiara will taf-jnold her fingertip veil. She will carry a bouquet of white orchids iPancls: The chiffon skirt was; on a lace prayer :book withlfloor lenth' She wore a white, stephanotis. lie maiO Ot honor Will be dressed in pink lace with scoop neckline, b.wjue waistline set off with side butterfly bow of satin, and waltz length bouffant skirt. She: will wear a pink jewelled crown and will carry a cascade of blue frenched carnations trimmed, with pink lace puffs. The bridesmaids and junior bridesmaids will wear blue lace with pink carnations and blue wiui. iiiumti will wear Dior gray lace with graduate Of,rhiH Tho hrlrWrnnm'. mnthar played the wedding music a reception at St. Stanislaus Hall will follow the ceremony. After a wedding trip to Niagara Falls and Canada, the couple will live at 908 Central Avenue, Holloway Terrace. The bride is a graduate of St. Paul's Commercial School and Wilmington High Srhonl and is employed at the Electric Hose If omen $ lAllC (dub Will Lunch Tuesday RICHARDSON PARK. Feb. 1 (Snpclfilt. A covered dish luncheon at noon will precede a nusiness meeting of the Women s Civic Club Tuesday at 1:30 p m. in the clubhouse, Mrs. Fred Davidson presiding. Mrs. Aaron Bollinger, ways i kraut luncheon, which will he 'ollowed by cards, to be held Feb. 11 in the clubhouse. Uaptists to Meet ELSMERE. Feb. l-(Speclal). ,v nf First Baptist Church will holdts February mr-etlng Mon ) 4a y at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Miriam Shoesmlth will i preside, WUUrd Btewart, Inc. Mrs. Richard Allan Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wallace Ellis announce thff marriage of flieir daughter, Miss Jane Hooker Ellis, to Mr. Richard Allan Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Emmett Thompson of Lonattfood, Pa. The treddino took place Wednesday m Old Saedes Episcopal Church. Both Mr. and Mrs. Thovipzon are grad-uates of Wilmington Friends School and Mr. Thompson is auend-ing Princeton University, where he is fl senior. After a wedding trip Mr. and Mrs'. Tiompsoii will reside in Princeton. Miss Sylvia Lowe Taylor Weds George Green, Jr. Two Students at U. of D. United in Rites At Calvary U, P. Church; Bridegroom Player in Phillies' Chain Special to Jounial Erery Evening BF.LLEMOOR. Feb. 1. Miss Svlvia Lowe Tavlor. daueWer of r ana Mrs- Jonn iavior or &lb Essex Avenue, ueiiemoor, oe icarne the bride of George Dallas Green, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs r . it t , nr . . George Dallas Green, Sr., of 1607 Newport Pike, Lyndalia, in a ceremony yesterday at 7 p. m. in the Calvary United Presbyterian Church, Hayden Park. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. I nomas Patton, pastor of the church. The wedding music was maline tiara with pearl trim and played by Mrs. Leonza Spicer,ifaCe veil, and elbow-length organist of the church. Mr. Don ald Morgan sang. The bride was given In marriage by her father. Maid of honor was Miss Elizabeth Huber of Elsmere. The bridesmaids; were Miss Shirley Collings, Lewes; Miss Lynn Eger, Bala-Cynwyd, Pa.; and Miss Anne Hoferer, Fairfax. Mr. Harold Bachman of Bran-dywine Springs was the best man. Ushers were Mr. Philip ; Gardner, Pleasant Hills, c ( Port; Mr. Robert Tait, Cynwyd, Pa and Mr. Leonard; orchids. Brown of Phoenixville, Pa. !,'-. ,u The bride's gown was of 1 Jl?' Green- mother of the rhanlitlv li (,!nnsj -lh lace, fashioned with! ' liiipn nnnirp ann inni? nnmrnn ; , r;v-- spp cioduoq no sra nnnn sleeves, sweetheart neckline was adorned no U'li annrnpri wan inaescents. Thp hnuffant. skirt had lace to center, and I Following the wedding, a' re-was appliqued to tiny ruffles ofeption was held in the social tulle terminating in a cathedral jhall of the church, train. Her jeweled queen's! The couple left for a wedding crown was attached to imported, silk illusion fingertip veil. Her cascade bouquet was of white roses and gardenias. Miss Huber wore a gown of School, and are now students at cyclamen chiffon with shirred the University of Delaware. Mr. bodice, cap sleeves, and cowl-j Green, pitcher in the Philadel-neckline extending into back phia Phillies system, will leave Betrothal Announced 1 xt' " -,v . . ' Dvl Btudloi. Miss Phyllis Anna Davis Afr. ond Afrs. John J. Davis, Sr., of UW) Dil'i-orth Rond, Willou) Run, announce the enonorrnrnt of their daunhlcr, Plvillis Anna, to Mr. James Afichnrl Doiiphcrty, sort of Mr. and Mrs. Francis D. Dougherty of 111 Concord Avenue, AcDnH.el Heights. Miss Davis, a graduate of Wilmington High School, fa with the Hercules Powder Company. Mr. Dougherty served two years in the Army and is attending the University of Delaware, Mrs. Dougherty and her daughter, Mrs. Rudotph W, Lehmanti entertained in honor of the engaged coirjile, . . . . . r w hite gloves. Her nosegay was of white, pink and blue carnations. Ttc fMllncre unr, KvpUman chiffon and Miss Ecer and i Miss Hoferer, bridesmaids, wore identical gowns in cotillion blue. TnuiM uaia.7, nunc Ktuvtrs, aiiu T n n .it nosegays of white carnations' and Mrs- Harvey P' RuUor of and pink roses. jll Main Avenue, Boxwood, at The mother of the bride wore 8 p. m. yesterday in Newport . J t Li l. 1 i .... . bodice and sleeves, and nylon a uis oi linn oiue Un lace chiffon skirt with matching ac- "'" . a7(uem"aLa rrrnnn chaith Hi-nro nif h mfnh lurgl UU1I1. VVUIC Hit ClllCIdlU " . . . accpssnr ps. h ark vp vrl " 1. - 1 Her corsage was of orchids. trip to Split Rock Lodge in the Poconos Both Mr. and Mrs. Green are graduates of H. C. Conrad High for training in Florida this month. Mrs. B. Lawrence Wilmington Graduate Of New Jerseyan Serving as Navy Ensign In Westminster Church Ceremony Miss Patricia Shortall Black, J.'Black of 2116 Gilles Street, became the bride of Mr. B. Lawrence; . . . ... .... . , seaDroug, ir., son oi mr, ana nirs. m-uuia u. oiauiuun, m., Alloway, N. J., at 1 this afternoon in Westminster Presbyterian Church. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Donald C. Wilson and the Rev. Dr. John Watson Christie. Ferguson-Ruttcr Nuptials Precede q, j 1 rp ! ' OOUtlUCarcl lriOot Wilmington as bridesmaid, 'I Mr. Charles F. Seabrook II of Lii. t i Evening Ceremony Held In Newport Church; Will Live in City Cl. . tn ... r p..,., Spenal to umal-Every Etening SILVIEW. Feb. 1. Miss Ma rie Paula Ferguson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Fergu- son of 101 Harding Avenue, Sil view, became the bride of Mr. Richard L. Rutter, son of Mr. Methodist Church. The cere mony was performed by the Rev. Richard M. Green, pastor. Mrs. Florence Secly, church organist, played the wedding music, TU. K.iJ. .... !,. In , , .. , , nace Dy ner iamcr ana was si- as matron of honor' by 11-"" Mrs. Leonard Cormier of Silview. Mr. Rutter had as his best man, his brother, Mr. David Rutter of Roselle. , In Lace, Taffeta The bride's ballerina-length gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta was fashioned with scalloped neckline and short sleeves, with a bolero of the lace trimmed in satin. She wore a ballerina-length veil of imported illusion with band of white velvet and satin trim. Her nosegay was of white carnations and roses. I The matron of honor's gown was of aqua and gray crystal-lette with V neckline, three-quarter length sleeves, and full skirt accented with a wide aqua velvet belt. She wore a small aqua feathered hat. Her nosegay was of pink roses and carnations. Mrs. Ferguson, mother of the bride, wore a dress of royal blue taffeta with matching accessories, and corsage of while rosebuds t Mrs. Rutter, mother of the bridegroom, chose azure blue, with matching accessories, and corsage of pink rosebuds; Church Reception A reception followed in Fellowship Hall of the church. The couple left for a wedding trip south. On their return they will reside at 30 Corbin Court, Lancaster Avenue, Wilmington. Both Mr. and Mrs. Rutter are graduates of H. C. Conrad High School. The bride is employed by the DuPont Company in the Chestnut Run offices. Mr. Rutter is associated with the Diamond State Telephone Company at N,ew Castle. Junior Women's Club Has Claymont Dance CLAYMONT, Feb. 1 (Spe-cial). The Junior Women's Club of Claymont will sponsor a Teenage dance from 7:30 to 10:30 p m., today in the Claymont flrehouse. Refreshments will be Mr. and Mrs. H. Robert Jones ?'n,r"f L?f.c.5a.?.er?.n.e,ber of the board of directors. wun louowmx uues; mn, pKrt vr,n Mn m ItVUllli 11IHUH till. B1IV1 I'lUi George Rambo and Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Reed, Bible Class to Meet ROSELLE, Feb. 1 (Special). The Ever Welcome Bible Class; of Christ Methodist Church will meet Monday at 8 p. m, Mrs. Alexander Frederick presiding. Miss Emma M. Read i teacher. Wonden Studio. Seabrook, Jr. Nurse Becomes Bride daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William ' Mr. Black gave his daughter in marriage. She was attended by hnrsktpr Mrs FHuarrt A. fireen . . . I Mrs. Eleanor Davidson of Col-of Centerville, as matron of hon-j,in Park Junt of lhe vM nr nnt 1ie Vnnirth A rnco . . . i I j : . ... - Aiiumy, . -., ui '"' Ushers were Mr. Robert Outten of East Orange, N. J., and Mr. j William G. L. Schaffer of cnen !-Jlor Dlue P flres D . . , v . i with pink accesones and pink Briageton, w. j. i feathered carnation corsage. Mr. John Thorns played the. After a trip south, the couple wedding music. Mr. William i will live at 206 Ayre Street, Wakatsuki sang. jN'Zbride. graduated by Wil- The bride wore a classic gown(ii,m Pcnn High SchooIi ls with of silk mist with long sleeves! the Hercules Powder Company. pointed at the wrists. A bias:.1." bridegroom graduated by fold encircled the portrait neckline and ended in a self-bow at the center of the fitted bodice. The full princess-line skirt extended into a chapel train. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was held by a matching silk mist i headpiece and she carried a cascade Douquei oi iiiy-oi-me-j vaiiey, white camellias, ana frenched white carnations. Attendants in Taffeta The attendants wore identical shorter dresses of royal blue taffeta which repeated the prin cess lines and portrait neckline! nt Ik. krl'. ma..-.. Tk.i.j Jk UIC UI1UC9 KUWIi. illl-il, The bride's mother chose rnvui ,i .ni, length dress with royal blue! velvet hat and matching veil. carnations and hyacinth bells. The bridegroom's mother wore a f!..i -i.,i ...uu i j naL Vl .l"t,.?lt.h r?.um"e? hat and carried a pale pink' fhrrnChh.eH "r"aUon.corsage on; Affor rofOMlinn .t U t'i versity Club, the couple will leave for California where they will reside while Mr. Seabrook is on duty as an ensign in the U. S. Navy. Princeton Graduate The bride is a graduate of the Delaware Hospital school of nursing and attended the University of Pennsylvania. The bridegroom is a graduate o Princeton University and is a member of the Cap and Gown Club. Mr. and Mrs. Seabrook entertained at a dinner at home following the rehearsal. The bride nas been honored at showers given by Mrs. Kenneth A. Grose, Mrs. Claude Hubbard, and Mrs. John C. Bradford. Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Green entertained at a cocktail party for the couple. Civic Association Plans Cabaret Night Feb. 15 WOODLAND HEIGHTS. Feh 1 (Special). At a recent meeting of the board of directors of the Woodland Heights Civic As soclatlon, held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Fincher, jr., tinai plans were made for a Valentine Cabaret Night. to be held Saturday, Feb. 15, from 9 to 1, In Corpus Christ! Parish Hall, Elsmere. Mr. R. Wayne Ashbee. oresi- dent, and Mr. Robert Mowbray, vice president, are co-cholrmen Mrs. Marian mo w MLnJ .i... .m u i i,. .D9or Prlzps H1 w charge of Mr. William Flnkley, Mr Douglas Kelly, and Mrs. Roberta Austin. Mrs. Faye Stabler, Mr. Robert Ewlng, and Mr. Alex Laird are in charge of decorations. Others assisting on the general committee are William A. Fincher, Jr., and Mr, Edward Fiomm. Music for dancing will he by "The Esquires,' and refreshments will be available, matching headpieces held short I-.0"m, "ncoin Ave: veils. The mitron of honor ' 'ktT carried a cascade bouquet of LI"6 nof, !heirir ia"8h,,er; pink rubrum lilies and garnet! ?nei"hC A "", A'rma", ?,rC roses. The bridesmaids bouquet fer. Pp.S T uL i was a cascade of pink rubrum I nd .Mrs' Reginald . Boulter, of Warhapreague. Va. Eleanor Waters Will Be Married. To Silview Man, ' L. . ' V Harold W. McCallister, Conrad Graduate, Is Bridegroom Special fo Journal-Erery Euening NEW CASTLE, Feb. 1. Miss Eleanor 'Waters of 123 Delaware Street, New Castle, daughter of Mrs.-Jeanette C. Waters of 123 Delaware Street and Mr. Edward L. Waters of Clifton Park, will be married today to Mr. Harold W. McCallister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin McCallister of 3 Sil-view Avenue, Silview. The cere-mony will be performed at 2 p. m. in New Castle Methodist' Church by the Rev. Paul E. Reynolds. A reception in the' social hall of the church will follow the ceremony. Mrs. Mary McElwee of Wil. mington Manor Gardens will be matron of honor. Bridesmaids will be , Miss Diane Ash, cousin of the bride, New Castle, Miss LJnda McCallister, sister of the bridegroom, Silview, and Miss Nancy Rayne of New Castle. Mr, Walter Johnson of Forest Brock Glen will be best man. Ushers will be Mr. Glenn L. Waters, brother of the - bride. New Castle, Mr. Thomas Hanna, and Mr. Paul Alexander, both of Newport. The bride will wear a white hand clipped rosepoint lace gown with fitted bodice, scalloped lace Sabrina neckline adorned with pearls and bouffant skirt with flounce of nylon tulle ending in a sweep train. Her silk illusion veil will fall from a lace bandeau trimmed with pearls and brilliants. Sh will carry white roses with a white orchid in the center. The matron of honor will wear a powder blue lace dress with sabrina neckline and cap sleeves. i ne Pn"J. skirt has a harem back-panel off- set with a bow at the tack waistline. She will wear a matching maline tiara with sequin trim and face veil and will carry coral feathered carnations. The bridesmaids, in identical costumes, will carry coral and pink carnations , iririve viiiii uic tteuuing party jin the reception at the church ; socia' hall. She will be gowned m old rose Chantilly lace with corsage of powder blue feahered carnations and black accessories, The bridegroom's mother has Henry C. Conrad High School. spent two years in the Army. He is with General Motors Corporation. The bride's associates at Hercules entertained her recentlv. howers were given for her by f -s. .Edward Cunningham, Mrs. Janvier McCallister, and Miss Nancy Rayne. Rebecca Collins Weds Airman SALISBURY. Md., Feb. 1 'Special). Mr. and Mrs. Gil- . ,,, y. ,,- . ... . . J"?. ; the home of the Rev. R. L. Rad- ford, Salisbury. , nTu 3 Z. Mrs. Jean White of Salisbury W. Parker of Wachapreague were their only attendants. T-v. . l.ij. i. - mtm - l. ..i. 1 "c ""lie is b Kiauuaic of Wicomico High School and is i.,..j u.. ,,.u.... Shirt Company. Her husband. " " ncimru vviiuai juk'i ...v. .it.jj r.i..i School in Virginia, is stationed at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, Goldsboro, N. C. Mrs. Boulter will continue to live at home for the present. Davine Weber Picks Feb. 15 for Marriage TUXEDO PARK, Feb. 1 (Special). Miss Davine B. Web er, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David B. Weber of 102 Roose velt Avenue, Tuxeda Park, has cnosen Saturday, Feb. 13, lor her marriage to Mr. Harry F. Donoghue, son of Mrs. Ida Donoghue of 101 Roosevelt Avenue, and the late Mr. Harry L. Donoghue. The double-ring ceremony will be performed at 2 p. m. in St, James Episcopal Church, New port, by the Rev. Charles M. Prlebe, Jr., rector. The weddlnjj music will be played by Mr. Walter L. Mitchell. Mr. H. Vincent Harris of Newark will sing. Miss Weber, to be given in marriage by her father, will be attended by Mrs. Mildred Spence of Wilmington, a sister of the bridegroom-elect. Junior bridesmaids will be Miss Raetta Lynn Spence and Miss Joyce Ann Spence, nieces o' the bridegroom and daughters of the matron of honor. Mr. Donoghue will have as his best man Mr. Grant M. Weber of Tuxedo Park, the bride's brother, and ushers will be Mr. Lester J. Melton of Kcnnett Square and Mr. Ollle McClure of Wilmington. A reception will be held in the chapter room of St. James Charch following the ceremony. Both Miss Weber and Mr. Donoghue are graduates of Henry C. Conrad High School. Miss Weber also graduated from Goldey Bcarom School of Business. She Is employed at Valentino's ' Market, Wilmington. Mr. Donoghue ls associated with the Interstate Amleslte Corpora tion, Wilmington.

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