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CAGE SIM AFTERNOON PERFORMED Miss Velma Flout, Richard Eugene Robison Exchange Nuptial Vows New Year Day In Formal Service. By FRANCES E. GENSLEY NTARRIED LIFE was begun on the first day of 1941 by In Miss Velma Marie flout and Richard Eugene Robison when they exchanged their nuptial vows at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon before the altar of the South Main Street Evangelical church with Rev. C. L. Kern officiating. Miss Olive Jean Hughes served as organist. and Robert James Early was the vocalist. The bride, daughter of Mr, and Easy Aleans for Mrs. waiter i. Mut, 171 Blymyer avenue, was attired in a Cleanind Smart e5 white slipper satin gown cut with leg-o-mutton sleeves ending in points over the hands and a plain, Beaded Neckware straight neckline. The princess style gown was topped by a Dame Fashion has not brought shoulder-length veil attached to 1 a crown of lilies-of-the-valley, out anything in recent years that I with this costume the bride, is prettier or more adorning than who was given in marriage by her the beaded neckwear she has pre. father, wore a triple strand of sented this winter. It adds a touch pearls belonging to her aunt, and thco,shoes which her grandmother of brilliance and eclat to mono- had worn 59 years ago at her tone dresses, and transforms the vvedding. These same white kid simplest garment into a Sunday- shoes have been worn by six other go-to-meeting frock. brides in the family. Her flow. Some women, with an eye on ers were gardenias cascading in a the budget, have wondered if these shower from a white Bible she lovely bits of finery are a practical carried. , Dame Fashion has not brought out anything in recent years that is prettier or more adorning than the beaded neckwear she has pre. sented this winter. It adds a touch of brilliance and eclat to monotone dresses, and transforms the simplest garment into a Sunday. go-to-meeting frock. Some women, with an eye on the budget, have wondered if these lovely bits of finery are a practical investmentin other words, they have wondered if these lovely collars can be kept fresh and at. tractive by the good old soap and water method. Most of them take to launder. ing, when it is done in lukewarm water and mild suds. Make sure that the beads, if colored, are fast colored. If they are only lightly painted the hue may wash off. In most cases, however, the colors are permanent. As the beads are usually at. tached by a lery thin thread, it is wise not to immerse the collars for any long period. Let the washing be quick but gentle, and the rinsing likewise. Remove the water without wringing. Take the collar dripping wet from the rinse water and absorb as much moisture as possible by patting between' folds of a turkish towel. Then shape the collar, and let it lie flat on a dry towel, right side down. When still slightly damp, Iron on the wrong side, while the right side faces sufficient thicknesses of turkish toweling to bury the beads completely. This will give a smooth surface between the beading and make the bead pattern stand out boldly. If the collar has pearl bead trimming, pressing may be out of the question as these beads are rarely sturdy enough to stand the weight and heat of the iron. Later in the day the couple ,r left for a brief eastern wedding ELECT OFFICERS. , trip. The bride chose a beige Members of the Rainbow As- jersey dress with brown accessembly for Girls met at the K. of sories for traveling. Upon their P. hall yesterday for election of return they will be at home at officers. They are Margaret Whit- no West First street. ten, worthy advisor; Lois Oh ler, The bride, a graduate of Mans-worthy associate advisor; Marilee field Senior high school, has been Sword, charity; Marjorie Crowd, employed at the S. S. Kresge corn-hope; Frances Smith, faith; Vir- 1 pany. Mr. Robison, son of Mr. ginia Davis, recorder and Mar- ' and Mrs. O. E. Robison, 50 Reba jorie Ventz, treasurer. Installa- P venue, was also gre.duated from tion will be held Feb. 8, Initiation the high school, and is employ. will be held Jan. 15 at the hall. ed at the Ohio Brass cotnpany. CEREMONY AT CHURCH The ceremony was perform. ed before the palm and flow. er banked altar. Vocal select. ions by Mr. Early were "In. dian Love Call" by Prim!, "Ah Sweet Mystery of Life" by Herbert and "Oh Promise Me" by DeKoven. During the cere. mcny Miss Hughes played "Sv,eestest Story Ever Told" by Stu Its, and "Traumerei" by Schumann. She also played the Wagner and Mendelssohn wed. ding marches. Miss Ilout's sister, Mrs. Virgil Bisel, was matron of honor. Iler gown was a shade of blue soruce cut along princess lines with a sweetheart neckline, and a full shirred skirt. Her flowers vvere made in a semi-colonial bouquet of gladioli, Talisman roses and pompons. John Babel served as best man. and Carlos Pittenger and Virgil Bisel were the ushers. An informal reception for 25 relatives was held immediately following the ceremony at the bride's home. Pink and white accessories were chosen for the affair. Mrs. Ilout was attired in blue velvet with navy accessories for her daughter's wedding, while Mrs. Robison wore a wine crepe eown with velvet trim and soldier blue accessories, Both mothers wore Talisman rose corsages.