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The Knoxville News-Sentinel from Knoxville, Tennessee • 12

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Wa nt Ads 3-3131 Page 12 THE KNOXVILLE NEWS-SENTINEL Tune in of 990 on Your Dial Hear it on WNOX Read it in The Newt-Sentinel Friday October 19 1945 Around the Bride's Cutting the Attendants in a Row a- At the Block-Fassbender wedding reception yesterday the bride and groom gather around the bride's table at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Block 625 Tazewell Pike parents of the bride From left are Mrs Peter Block Miss Rosemary Johnson maid of honor Mr and Mrs Henry Josef Fassbender (Eunice Block) the bride and groom Miss Jean Cobble and Miss Catherine Ellen Block Mr Fassbender is the son of Mr and Mrs Josef Fassbender of Spearfish Following a short wedding trip the newlyweds will make their home at Rochester Personal Mention I-' -AX Xawi-Sentlncl Photographs The bride's attendants at the wedding of Miss Joan Perrin and Lt Albert Gill of Columbia are pictured at the reception Mr and Mrs Perrin parents of the bride gave at their home in Holston Hilis yesterday afternoon From left Misses Betty Ghormley Adele Kennedy Freida Smith of Columbia Dorothy Honaker of Lexington Ky and Eugenie Lassen Birmingham maid of honor Standing in front is little Betty Honaker of Lexington flower girl MISS WHITE MARRIES Miss Geneva White daughter of Mrs Oma White 2900 Washington Pike became the bride of Eugene Ault son of Mr and Mrs Hargus Ault of Briceville Wednesday at Clinton Miss Arietta Horton was maid of honor and best man was I Horton Jr After the ceremony the couple left for a short honeymoon trip Mr Ault is employed at Oak Ridge A tablespoon of oatmeal in a cheese cloth bag dipped in water is excellent for a dry skin George McAfee Jr is now stationed in China with the 6th Marine Division Mr and Mrs Ernest Williams and daughter Elizabeth of Miami Fla are visiting Mr and Mrs Charles Oliver Cherokee Boulevard Mrs Williams is Mrs sister and attended U-T where she was a Chi Omega The Williams are en route home after visiting their son Dr Williams in Memphis and attending football games at Annapolis Md where their younger son Pete is a midshipman Mrs a McWhorter 07i Mountcastle Street returned last night from Wilmington where she visited her daughter Miss Elizabeth Lee McWhorter who is director of Religious Education at First Presbyterian Church of Wilmington Mrs Campbell has returned from Memphis where she attended the state UDC convention MRS BOYD DUDLEY (Jane McAfee) is at home with her parents Mr and Mrs George McAfee 1909 White Avenue while Staff Sgt Dudley is at a separation center in Dayton Ohio Sgt and Mrs Dudley have been at Madison Wis since his return from overseas where he completed 50 minninn with the Air Corps He is the son of Mr and Mrs Dudley of Fifteenth Street Pfc Big moment of the reception when the bride and groom cut their wedding cake is shown shortly after Miss Joan Perrin changed her name to Mrs Albert Gill Lt and Mrs Gill (above) will make their home at Columbia after a wedding trip The bride is a former U-T co-ed and LtGill a former member of the 13th Air Forces Long Ranger" bomb group in the Pacific He is the son of Mrs Irene GUI of Columbia Lt Lloyd Young Weds Miss Tillery Today Reception at Cecil Tillery Home To Follow Ceremony at Arlington Baptist Church In an all-white wedding at 5 today Miss Mildred (Mickey) Tillery will become the bride of Lt Lloyd Young son of Mrs Mary Young 2518 Parkview Avenue Following the ceremony Mr and Mrs Cecil Tillery parents of the bride will entertain the wedding party and immediate families at a reception at their home on Washington Pike The ceremony will take place at Jr Mrs Alfred Cox Lapel Ornaments U-T Faculty Member Weds at Rye Announcement of the wedding of a new member of the U-T Horticulture Department the former Miss Joan Kay Wiley is made today by the parents Mr and Mrs John Wiley of Rye The former Miss Wiley and Franklin Carpenter Odell Jr also of Rye were married last Saturday at the Rye Methodist Church with the Rev Dr Lane Miller officiating Miss Winifred Odell the groom's sister was maid of honor and Misses Virginia and Ann Wiley sisters of the bride were bridesmaids John Odell a cousin of Artificial Limbs km a walT aulptd factory employing skilled mechanics bars In Knas villa Ten Wa manures artificial lass and These II in ha ere lurabla comfortable and ro very liihL Wo repair any mako of limb Write for full information Phono S-SS 1S4 Clinch Ata KNOXVILLE Miss Nichols Mr Mize Will Marry Tomorrow Birmingham Artificial Limb Company Miss Nichols has been with a Knoxville insurance concern for the past 10 years and has been active in the Business and Professional Club Eastern Star and church work Mr Mize returned recently after 30 months in the European theater and is now with a retail automobile concern Several parties are being planned for Miss Nichols The first was a luncheon given yesterday at Johnson Hall by Misses Julian and Una Nichols Miss Mildred Elizabeth Nichols daughter of Mr and Mrs Nichols of Rutledge Pike will become the bride of Charles Mize Jr son of Mr and Mrs Mize of Mascot at 8 tomorrow at Second Presbyterian Church No invitations have been sent but all friends of the couple are invited Dr Clifford Barbour will officiate and Mrs Harry Shugart will play the traditional marches Mrs Carl Angle will sing and The bride has chosen a two-piece suit in aqua shade which she will wear with navy accessories and a corsage of orchids Her only jewelry will be an antique necklace belonging to Miss Helen Julian and which has been in the Julian family for over 100 years Following a short wedding trip the bride and groom will return to make their home at 420 West Main Avenue Toy Animals Way relieve Periodic FKMIE Pillli Mnkbam's Vegetable Omnia femoua not only to relievo pain but also aocomponylng tired hlghstning duo to functional monthly disturbance Token It belpo build up reoMMeo against ouch symptoms Ptnkham'o Compound helps so-Sure Follow label direction Ttf ltl aSmw Arlington Baptist Church with the Rev Howard Young officiating and the father giving her in marriage Annt To Flay Mrs Whillock aunt of the bride has arranged the musical program which will include the traditional marches "Largo" "Concerto in Flat Minor" Sweet Mystery of and a Wild Mrs Lelia Leslie will sing as the and Perfect The church has been decorated with candelabra and many tapers against a background-of greenery For her wedding gown the bride has chosen white- slipper satin made with heart neckline interwoven with seed pearls The fitted bodice has leg sleeves which end in points over the hands The skirt has a long circular train and over it falls a full-length veil from a pointed tiara of orange blossoms The only jewelry will be a strand of pearls the gift of the groom and she will carry a bouquet of gar denias centered with a white orchid and tied with white net bows The bouquet will have a shower of satin ribbons and stephanotis Attendants Wear Net Mrs Jack Tiller slater of the bride has been chosen matron of honor Bridesmaids will he Mrs John Oliver Misses Mary McHan and Evelyn Tillery the latter a sister of the bride All will wear gowns fashioned with bouffant white net skirts and lace bodices The hems are edged with double ruffles of net The matron of honor will carry lavender dahlias tied with matching satin bows and will wear long orchid-colored gloves and orchid ostrich tips in her hair The bridesmaids will have pink dahlias pink gloves and matching ostrich headdresses CpL John Oliver Jr will serve as best man and ushers chosen are Capt William Luttrell Capt Robert Bishop Alfred Cox and Tom May The mother will wear a black frock made with tunic of ice blue and a black hat trimmed with a crown of blue feathers Her corsage will be of gardenias Mrs Young mother of the groom will wear black trimmed in sequins and a corsage of roses Fall Decorations The table will be covered with a white lace cloth and centered with a three-tiered wedding cake chi a round mirror with crystal candelabra holding white tapers White illusion and lilies of the valley will be entwined at the base of the cake The home will be decorated with fall flower throughout Mrs Amos Caldwell will assist in entertaining at the reception When the newlyweds leave for a two honeymoon at Miami Beach the bride will bo wearing a grey ensemble with black accessories and orchids Lt Young attended U-T and was with TVA when he entered service He was overseas for a year and a half as pilot of a B-24 before being held as a prisoner lor a year by the Germans He wears the Air Medal with cluster and the Bronze Star The bride has been a secretary with the Army Finance Office in Knoxville She is a member of Alpha Kappa chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority Byrd-Burgin Bridals Sunday Miss Margaret Byrd daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas M- Byrd 132 Elmwood Street and Pvt Burgin son of Mr and Mrs Burgin Lindberg Forest will be married at 4:30 Sunday at Sevier Heights Baptist Church No invitations to the ceremony are being sent but all friends of the families are invited The Rev Roy Hinchey will officiate and the father will give her in marriage Mrs Eugene Huff has been chosen matron of honor and bridesmaids will be Misses Ruby Williams and Helen Satterfield Mr Burgin will be his best man and ushers will be Pvt Paul Ward and Pvt Herman Sims Mrs Harry Shugart will play the wedding music and Miss Betty Jean Strange will sing Following the ceremony the parents will entertain with a reception WSCS Elects Off icers Mrs Earl Best Is the new president of Society of Christian Service of Whittle Springs Methodist Church She was elected at a recent meeting at the church which included an all-day quilting and covered dish luncheon Other new officers are: Mrs Jenkins vice president: Mrs Maggie Weaver recording secretary Mrs Cora Mynatt corresponding secretary Mrs Helen Simpson treasurer Mrs Charles Lee and Mrs Dorothy Briggs church activities Mesdames A Huskinson Ellen Taylor and Tes-sia Petree missionary Mesdames Holt Elizabeth Daives and Laura Petree spiritual life and membership and Mrs Holt publicity 5052 Shirts For Your Husband? a Your used fats are needed to help make shirts for him nylons for you as wo 1 1 as soaps and many other items I TVKMIMY0UK USED FATS! Hr MRS ANN CAROT Memrtbing rather sprrial lor holiday dbren amameot all crocheted la irslteni 0 SSwYVml' IS emts la C0IV plug 1 erst poklsn YOI'R ADDRKMM mmd thm PATTERN Nt'M-BKR Arm aRot Timwm McatlM Hrnr-Ira JIM IMxtfc Avmm Xnr Ytffk 1 Vo DrlraVMinner CHRONIC DISEASES Aitfcittto-AstSnia-ebNM A Miss Schriuer To Be Honored An additional party planned for Miss Dorothy Schriver bride-elect of Jack Trotman of Winston-Salem will be a luncheon to be given next Wednesday at Cherokee Country Club by Airs Jo Anderson Another luncheon at the club will be given by Miss Chalmers Brown Mias Sarah Woodward entertained with a luncheon yesterday at her home and Mrs Douglas Lothrop Jr will also entertain Others to give parties for Miss Schriver are her aunts Mrs Schriver and Mrs Schriver and Mrs Franklin Hubbell Mrs Webb and Mrs Victor Klein gave the first in a series of parties when they entertained Wednesday at Highlands Grill The rehearsal dinner is to be given by the bride's uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs I Stephen' son Jr of Maryville on Nov 7 at Cherokee and that morning another uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Douglas Lothrop Sr will give a wedding breakfast at their home on Kenilworth Drive Miss Schriver daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Schriver of Woodland Court and Mr Trotman will be married at 8 Nov 8 at Church Street Methodist Church FROM SN1FFIY STUFFY DISTRESS OF HmMItmuk-Uftr-Ildwri Glass aaS Skis at an utot approved methods fnu Therapy anslpalsttoa at US or Charch St rHUKI 3-VMS mis A Evodaga A Sat AppMatnnat Only Instantly relief from head mid distress starts to come when you put a little Va-tro-nol In each nostriL mors actually helps prevent many colds from developing if (iced in time! Try itl Follow directions in package mms UA-morm MRS ODELL the groom served best man and Donald Odell and Harold Hanson were ushers The bride chose a white taffeta wedding gown fashioned with a yoke of embroidered chiffon and lace She carried a cascade bouquet of gardenias and sweet peas The maid of honor wore shell pink net and carried pink roses and delphinium The bridesmaids' gowns were of turquoise blue net and they carried yellow roses with delphinium They wore wreaths of matching flowers in their hair Mrs Odell is a graduate of Ambler School of Horticulture Ambler Pa Mr Odell attended New York University and was with a New York insurance firm before entering the Air Forces in which he served as sergeaant He is the son of Mr and Mrs Franklin Odell of Rye The newlyweds will make their home in Knoxville KD Alumnae To Have Banquet Kappa Delta alumnae will observe Day with a banquet at 7 Tuesday at High lands GrilL Miss Betty Patton will be chairman and a message from the national president Miss Ann Doner Vaughn will be read Reservations should be phoned to Mrs Herbert Morgan 2-8278 Paris fashion note: fashions for 1946 accent the lowered waist and longer skirt His deep oval neckline was the sensation of the opening of the Parisian fashion shows ore bihxett Tbs cIsKbam dog Md tha eallra rst' two miMly aoimsls art boss to dHlibt the yonsratm Pattern Mo IBM romro lo om Id hofen Nee psttmt for yntdagra For this psttors toad SB ronla Is COIN'S yosr ssmo sddn-Ks alto Bold rod ssd tba PATTER M'NBER to Naa Bo root! owa-Srotlool Nervier lias Nxtb Alfonso New Fork IB SENSATIONAL CLOSE-OUT LADIES Mmencas ravonte Cereals REDUCED FOR THE LAST TRUE! 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