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Page One, Section F V, : ; * - ^ c - i - ; ' . - - - - . ' - Â· ' -Â· Â·Â·.Â· Â· ; Â· Â· Â· '.'Â·' Â· ' Â· . Bgjjja^^ffi^ffi^^ v.^ :'?*ft-fXi-Â£??Z~-'srf'^-';^ MRS. JOSEPH RINEHART TAYLOR AND HER MOTHER, MRS. WILLIAM R. KNOXSR. Colorphoto by Jack Tiernan 975 SECTION I Bouquets 14F InvitaUons 13F Bridal consultants - 5F Julie Stone Dickie ... 6F Cake cutting 9F Kitchen utensils - - 12F Cynthia T. Knox 4F Rings 7F Champagne reception. 3F Shower ideas 8F Fathers of brides 4F Veils 10F Hope chests 8F Writing ceremonies .. 2F NOW AND THEN... Some things change with the passing years, others remain cherished traditions. Within these pages today's brides and yesterday's brides... four daughters and their mothers.. .reflect on the differences and the similarities they personally have observed in contemporary weddings and those of a generation ago. Section I--meet Cynthia (Mrs. Joseph R.) Knox, a teenage bride who had switched from formal gown to blue jeans by the time the reception was barely underway, and Cynthia's mother, Mrs. William R. Knox Sr. And then there's Julie (Mrs. Thomas A.) Dickie, a schoolteacher married to a med student, just like her mother, Mrs. Robert Stone, a generation before ner _ but with several vast differences. . Ct, / ; % GAZETTE-MAIL Charleston, W. Va., Sunday, July 27,1975 Compiled by ihe Charleston Daily Mail LifeStylet Depf. Edited byjuttanne Kemp Other contributing tcriten: members of The Charleston Gnwlte Women's Staff and the Charletton Daily Mail NCKS Staff.