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 - COUPLE'S MARRIAGE PERFORMED BY FATHER OF...
COUPLE'S MARRIAGE PERFORMED BY FATHER OF BRIDEGROOM Saturday evening, Oct 8, at seven o'clock the Arbor Hill Church of the Brethren was the scene r of the wedding of Miss Violet Marybelle Ashby, daughter of Mr, Joseph R. Ashby and the late Mrs. Nettle V. Ashby of Staunton, to Mr. Maynard Aubrey Garber, son of the Rev. and Mrs. John C. Oarber, also of Staunton. The double ring ceremony was performed In the presence of the immediate families before an altar of white gladioli and candelabra by the Rev. John C. Garber, passor of the Arbor Hill Church. Preceding the ceremony a program of nuptial music was rendered on tin' organ by Mr. Casper Garber, brother of the bridegroom. The traditional wedding marches were used. The i ride, given in marrUge ty her ;ather, was attired in i duk mown tuit with matching aces-soiie ri c wore a corsage of yellow roses. He- only ornament was a tring oi pearls which belonged to her roomer. Miss Margie Ashby, sister o! the bride, was the maid of honor. She wore a light brown suit with matching accessories and a cordage ot white roses. The bridegroom chose as his best man his brother the Rev. Merlin E. Garber of Roanoke. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home at their apartment In "Woodlee." Mr. Garber is with the H. B Cleveland Motor Company of Staunton. o MRS. MATHES IS HEARD BY CLUB MEMBERS New trends In the field of Interior decoration were discussed by Mrs. Winifred Mathes, senior decorator and homefurniahing coordinator for a large Richmond store at the Garden Center Monday afternoon under the sponsorship of the Federated Garden Clubs of Staunton. Mrs, Mathes opened her remarks by telling her audience $p "Live a well as you look," for, according to the speaker, "a well dressed woman in a badly decorated room Is as bad as wearing tennis shoes with an evening dress." A number of changes in the furnishing and decorating of rooms was noted by Mrs. Mathes such as the use of highly decorated hinges on pieces of furniture; mixing of

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  1. The News Leader,
  2. 11 Oct 1949, Tue,
  3. Other Editions,
  4. Page 3

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