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MARRIAGE OF MISS SUMMER
AND MR. GUSTAFSON
A wedding calling forth the widespread
interest of friends throughout
the state was that of Miss Rosalee
Bland Summer, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. T. E. Summer of Newberry, and
Mr. Karl Rowland Gustafson of Columbia,
which was solemnized Wednesday
evening, April 5, 1922, at 7
o'clock at the Lutheran Church of
the Redeemer, the ceremony being
performed by Dr. W. K. Gotwald.
The church decorations were beautiful
in their simplicity. The aisles
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and piatiorm were cuveieu ?u..
and on either side of the altar were
pedestals bearing Louis baskets of
graceful spirea, the handles being
tied with bows of white tulle. A:bove
the altar was suspended a huge basket
of spirea, adorned with a white
tulle bow. Myriads of candles in silver
sticks added much to the attractiveness
of the scene.
Just preceding the ceremony a musical
program was rendered on the
sweet-toned pipe organ by the bride's
sister, Mrs. J. W. Haltiwanger of Columbia,
who is a gifted musician, and
the bridal party entered to the
strains of Lohengrin's wedding march.
The ushers were Messrs. H. H. Kilsky
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mer and Forrest Summer of Newberry,,
who entered first and they were
followed by the two bride's maids,
Misses Julia Summer, gowned in jade
green radium silk, and Grace Summer
in yellow radium silk. Next
came the groomsmen, Mr. J. L. Whitten
and J. K. Henry of Columbia.
The dame of honor, Mrs. J. D. Cald
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well of Columbia, a sister UJL U1C |
bride, entered next and wore a lovely
costume of white satin and lace.
She was followed by the maid of honor,
Miss Teressa Maybin, who was
gowned in a most becoming frock of
orchid radium silk. The bride's attendants
carried arm bouquets of
sweetpeas in pastel tints, tied with
pink tulle. The dear little flower girls.
Evelyn and Martha Noel Summer,
wore adorable frocks of flesh colored
georgette trimmed with hand-made
chiffon roses and they carried baskets
The bride entered with her father,
Mr. T. E. Summer, and they were met
at the altar by the groom with his
best man, Mr. A. C. Flora of Columbia.
Miss Summer was never more beautiful
than in Jier bridal costu.ue of
handsome white duchess satin and
real lace. Her veil wa?s cap shaped.
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soms, and a long court tra;n, edged
with real lace,- fell from the shoulders.
Her costume was completed
with a bouquet of valley lilies and
swansonia in shower effect.
At the conclusion of the ceremony
the bridal $arty marched out in reverse
cider as Mendelssohn's wedding
march was played.
A lovely reception was held at the
home of the bride's parents in Main
street after the wedding. The guests
were greeted at the entrance by Mr.
J. B. Mayes, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Summer
and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Summer.
In the reception room stood the
bridal party and the 'bride's parents.
This room was adorned with quantities
of spirea. The many beautiful
gifts were displayed in the living
?wq? decorated with
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bowls of beautiful princess daffodils.
Receiving in this room were Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Summer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Summer invited
the guests into th? 'dining room, and
assisting in here were Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Summer. This room was lighted
with numerous white tapers and
adorned with spirea and flag lilies.
The table was spread with a Madeira
cover and on the center mirror was a
huge cut-glass vase of white flag
lilies. At intervals on the table were
tinv tulle bows with orange blossoms
attached and a large tulle bow was
suspended from the chandelier. Dainty
comports of mints were also on the
table. A salad course with coffee was
served by Misses Lila Summer, Marion
Jones, Pauline Fant and /ivian
McNiel, and souvenirs were presented
by Miss Goode Burton.
In the halhvav the bride's book was
presided over by Miss Cornelia Mayer.
in which the guests registered
their good wishes.
The bride later changed her wedding
gown for a chic traveling suit of
navy blue tricotine, her hat being of
a contrasting shade of green. The
young couple left for a wedding trip,
after which they will be at home to
their friends in Columbia.
Mrs. Gustafson is a charming and
gifted young woman, having attendpd
the former College for Women and |
Chicora college in Columbia, and
completing her educated in art at
Elizabeth college, Salem, Va. She is
very popular and has scores of
friends who are interested in her marriage.
Mr. Gustafson was formerly from
Kalamazoo, Mich., and received his
education at the University of Michigan,
as well as finishing at several
other institutions, and is now a mem-1
ber of the faculty of the Columbia
Mr. end Mrs. Gustafson have the
good wishes of a host of friends.
EASTER SERVICES OF
The Easter services of Newberry
commandery, No. 6, Knights Templar
to be held in Central Methodist
church next Sunday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock, promise to be interesting
and beautiful. Miss Mazie Dominick
will be organist, with the following:
singers as the choir: Mrs. E.
V. Babb, Mrs. W. K. Gotwald, Miss
Elizabeth Salter, Miss Teressa Maybin,
Dr. J. B. Setzler, Mr. T. L. Hicks,
Rev. E. V. Babb and Mr. Aubrey niley.
Everybody who knows this
group of songsters "realizes in anticipation"
what the singing will be,
under the magis leadership of Miss
Dominick at the organ.
Following is the program arranged
for the occasion, which will hold the
attention of the congregation:
Hymn: Onwaid Christian Soldiers.
Processional to Calvary: Organ.
Fling- Wide the Gates: Choir.
From "The Crucifixion," Stainer.
Hymn: Stand Up For Jesus.
0 Light Eternal, Miles: Choir.
In the Cross of Christ I Glory:
Sermon: Associate Prelate Dr. W.
Hymn: All Hail the Power of Jesus'
The officers of the commandery for
1922 are as follows:
Sir Henry T. Cannon, commander.
Sir Curtis B. Martin, generallisimo.
Sir Thomas M. Neel, captain general.
Sir George C. Hipp, treasurer.
Sir Thomas P. Johnson, recorder.
Sir J. Arthur Counts, senior warden.
Sir T. Roy Summer, associate senior
Sir William P. Jacobs, junior warden.
Sir Floyd Bradley, associate junior
Sir Earle V. Babb, prelate.
Sir William K. Gotwald, associate
Sir Clemson M. Wilson, standard
Sir J. Bonds McCrackin, swojd1
Sir Nick S. Holmes, third guard.
Sir B. Thompson Young, second
SirW. Glenn Bullock, first guard.
Sir William S. Mann, sentinel.
IN CENTRAL ARMENIA
With the bre.ak up of winter in the
mountain villages of Central Armenia,
Near East relief investigations
revealed ' errible starvation among refugees
and orphans. K. A. Downer
of Kingston, N. Y., returned from a
five riav horse back visit to twenty
viJlabes having a population of 25,000
people. He says that foodstuffs
throughout the area are exhausted.
Bread is made from all sorts of substitutes,
including flax, chaff, and
sawdus' having no appreciable food
value. The people are extracting un
digested materials from old refuse
and giving it to the children. Health
conditions are critical. Gastric and
intestinal troubles prevailing due to
malnutrition. A large percent of the
people are suffering from skin diseases.
One-fourth of the adults are
incapacitated and bedridden. Only
one in fifty of the population is normal.
In the villages visited there are
1500 orphans who should be removed
immediately if they are to live. Even
insmall villages the weekly death list
includes ten children..In many villages
all children have lost their hair
during the winter.
Several cases were so desperate
that the people resortd to ating of
human flesh which practice was
sharply punished by the authorities.
Officials said that they are doing all
they can to prevent it but the people
lose their senses from hunger.
At Mahmaudchuk, visited famiily
of fifteen persons a month ago. Now
only three of the family remain. The
dead include all the male members of
the family. \ ' fi^lfK
All village inhabitants expressed
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tuilltiil a VVUl/ OVVUl ill^ vVVU CillV
grain for spring planting. Hope is
expressed that the Armenian government
would obtain seed, particularly
The headman of the largest village
said: "If we can secure seed we
shall -be on our feet by mid-summer.
If we don't get seed we are doomed
to death." Jaquith.
The above cable dispatch was received
last week by Mr. Henry C Holloway,
chairman of the Near East
relief in Newberry and shows the
desperate need existing in the Near
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