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Nashville Banner from Nashville, Tennessee • 29

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Nashville, Tennessee
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SOCIETY FRIDAY Nashville AFTERNOON, DEC. 7, Banner. 1956 MISS MARY DIXIE TEASLEY Foretelling a January wedding of wide social interest is the nouncement of the engagement of Miss Mary Dixie Teasley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Fendrix Teasley of White's Creek, to Henry Zelner Lipscomb, III, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Henry Zelner Lipscomb, of Brentwood. The bride-elect is a graduate of Vanderhilt University and Mr. Lipscomb is connected with H. G.

Lipscomb Co. -Photo by Fletcher Harvey, Schumacher Studio Teasley-Lipscomb Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. William Fendrix Teasley of White's Creek announce the of their daughter, Mary Dixie, to Henry Zelner Lipscomb, III, engagement, and Mrs. Henry Zelner Lipscomb, of Brentwood.

The wedding will be an outstanding social event of January. The bride-elect was graduated from Isaac Litton High School and from Vanderbilt University. She held membership in Gamma Phi Beta Sorority of which she served as secretary. She holds a position as a social worker with the Nashville-Davidson County Chapter of the American Red Cross. She is a granddaughter of Mrs.

Frank Butler Owen of Goodlettsville and the late Mr. Owen of Brentwood, and of Mr. and Mrs. D. E.

Teasley of Joelton. 'The bridegroom-elect was graduated from Duncan College Preparatory School and is an alumnus of David Lipscomb College. He held membership in Delta Sigma preparatory school fraternity and served two years in the United States Navy. He is now connected with H. G.

Lipscomb Co. Mr. Lipscomb is a grandson of Mrs. Henry Zelner Lipscomb of Nashville and Miami Beach, and the late Mr. Lipscomb and of Mrs.


SCHWARTZ Serving as chairman of Ladies Day activities at Richland Country Club for the coming year will be Mrs. Robert A. Schwartz. She succeeds Mrs. Roy W.

Yearwood, last year's chairman. -Staff Photo by Don Foster The engagement of Miss Carolyn Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Alvin Allen of Cookeville, to Robert High Bradshaw, son of Mr. and Mrs.

James Campbell Bradshaw of Hartsville, is of state-wide interest. The bride and groom-elect are alumni of Tennessee Polytechnic Institute. Of wide interest is the engagement of Miss Helen Martha Vest, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Parker Vest of Richmond, to David Everett Larkins.

The bride-elect was graduated from Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia and Mr. Larkins is an alumnus of Vanderbilt University. -Photo by Colonial Studio, Richmond, Va. Taking place Dec. 29 in Anniston, will be the marriage of Miss Phyllis Jane Gunter, daughter of Mrs.

Rose Lee Gunter of niston, to William Bradford Snyder, son of Dr. and Mrs. William Seth Snyder, of Frankfort whose engagement is announced today. The bride-elect is on the social service staff of Vanderbilt University Hospital and Mr. Snyder is a student in the School of Medicine at Vanderbilt University.

-Photo by Walden 8. Fabry Summerford-Adamson Plans Shelbyville-Highlighting the holiday social season will be the wedding of Miss Patricia Ann Summerford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Coy Summerford, to John Cowan Adamson, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Evan Lloyd Adamson, for which plans are announced today. First Methodist Church will be the scene of the impressive, candlelight ceremony which will be solemnized at 5 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday, Dec. 28. The Rev. Paul F.

Lanius, pastor of the church, will read the marriage vows following a program of nuptial music to be given by Mrs. Roy J. Sharp, organist, and William Burnett of Chattanooga, vocalist, as the guests assemble, The bride-elect, who will be given in marriage by her father, Mr. Summerford, has chosen her sister, Miss Sandra Summerford, to attend her as maid of honor, and Mrs. Sidney White Spragins of Jackson, sister of the bridegroom-elect, will serve as matron of honor.

Bridesmaids will be Miss Barbara Jean Enochs, Miss Elizabeth Ann Chase, Miss Kay Grimes of Birmingham, cousin of the bride-elect, Miss Mary Jennings of Fayetteville and Miss Phyllis Fears of Marietta, Ga. Evan Lloyd Adamson, will serve as his brother's best man, and completing the personnel of the wedding party will be the following ushers: (Continued on Page 31) MISS. HELEN MARTHA VEST.

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