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matron of honor, wearing white
chiffon fashioned with full skirt ane
short puffed sleeves in the fltte*
bodice and she carried white asters
Mr. Fredericks was best man and
the ushers were Mr. Edward Bowers
brother of the bridegroom, and Mr
Floyd Anderson.
Later Mr. and Mrs. Bowers started
for their wedding trip during which
they will visit in the bride's formei
home in Colorado. Her traveling
costume was of navy blue net with
white and tan accessories. They will
make their home at 7204 Radnor
road in Bethesda, Md.
Miss Alice Louise Scott
Wed to Mr. D. M. Dozer.
Miss Alice Louise Scott, daughter
Of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Scott of
this city, and Mr. Donald Marquand
Dozer, son of Mr. P. W. Dozer of
Zanesville, Ohio, took place at fl
o'clock Saturday evening in the
Wallace Memorial United Presby
terian Church. Dr. C. E. Haw
thorne performed the ceremony In
a setting of palms and summer
The bride was given in marriage
by her father and wore a white
marquisette gown with a fingertip
veil and a headpiece of seed pearls
in a Mary. Queen of Scots, style.
Her bouquet was of white orchids
and baby's b.'earh.
Mrs. Merritt A. Birch, the matron
of honor, wore a confetti rose mar
quisette gown and carried rose-color
gladioluses and delphinium.
Miss Eleanor Richards and Miss
Jean Richards, cousins of the bride,
were the bridesmaids and wore lark
spur blue marquisette gowns and
carried bouquet* like that of the
matron of honor.
Mr. Russell S. Dozer of this city
was best man and the ushers in
cluded Mr. Arthur Silver of Laurel,
Md.; Mr. Gordon Prange of College
Park. Md., and Mr. Merritt Birch
and Mr. James Richards of Wash
A reception In the home of the
bride's parent* followed the cere
mony. Out-of-town guests included
the bridegroom's father, Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson M. Clifford of Pitts
burgh, Mr. and Mrs W. H. Latshaw
of Garden City. Long Island, and
Miss Hazel Clifford, Miss Catherine
McDowell and Mrs. Elsie Field of
For traveling the bride wore a
grav crepe ensemble with purple
accessories. She and her husband
will make their home In University
Park, Md.
Mr. Dozer is in the department of
history at the University of Mary
land. He obtained his Ph. D. from
Harvard Mrs. Dozer ia employed
at the Library of Congress.
Mary Pauline Hall
Bride In Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. Ardie Wellington
Hall of Cumberland, Md„ announce
the marriage of their daughter. Miss
Mary Pauline Hall, to Mr. Clyde
Rollins Taylor of Pensacola, Fla.
The ceremony was performed Sun
day, July 6, at the home of the
bridegroom's parents. Mr and Mrs.
J. R. Taylor. Morganton. N. C„ with
Rev. Edward Bennett officiating.
Miss Mildred Taylor and Mr.
Preston Tavlor of this city, sister
and brother of the bridegroom, were
the attendants.
The bride wore a tailored suit
of white gabardine, with which she
wore blue and whit* accessories.
A wedding reception for relatives
and friends followed the ceremony.
The house was decorated in mimosa
and field flowers.
The bridegroom attended schools
in North Carolina and Washington
and is employed in Government
service at the Naval Air Base in
The bride was graduated from
Allegany County High School, class
of 1936. and was a member of the
Girls' League, the Allegany Dra
matic Klub, the Hi-Y, was on the
staff of the Alcohi Mirror and was
active in Girl Scout work. She
was graduated from Emergency
Hospital School of Nursing in
Washington in '39 and took spe
cial courses at Catholic University,
Washington; Johns Hopkins Hos
pital, Baltimore; St. Elizabeth’s
Government Hospital and Gallinger
Hospital, Washington. Upon com
pleting her studies she was on the
EtafI of Emergency Hospital. For
the past year she has been doing
special nursing in the District.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor will reside
In Pensacola, and will be at home
to their friends at 1812 Lakeview
Mrs. Taylor was extensively en
tertained by her friends in Wash
ington before going to Cumberland
to spend a month with her parents,
preceding her marriage.
Miss Beulah Grace Beasley
Wed to Mr. Carl Zager.
A pretty wedding took place at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Carl Zager in Takoma Park last
Thursday evening when their son
Mr. Carl Walter Zager was married
to Miss Beulah Grace Beasley, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Beasley of Yakimo. Washington
State. Chaplain Donald W. Hunter,
of the Washington Sanitarium, offi
Palms and a long basket of pink
roses and delphinium on the man
tel and baskets of white gladioluses
formed a beautiful background for
the ceremony. Prof. George W
Greer and Miss Nila Schrader sang
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Formerly Miss Bette Kay
Price, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Isa E. Price of Gary, Ind.,
she and Mr. Razum are at
home in this city.
—Athanas Bros. Photo.
solos accompanied by Mr. Harold
Doering at the piano.
The bride wore a gown of bro
caded marquisette made with short
puffed sleeves, shirred bodice, with
rows of tiny buttons down the
front, and a long flared skirt. Her
finger-tip-length veil was bordered
i with lace and was held in place
| by a coronet of seed pearls. She
| wore long lace gloves and carried
an old-fashioned Colonial bouquet
: of white rosebuds and gvpsophila.
Mis* Martha Zager, sister of thi
bridegroom, was the maid of honor
She wore a long gown of blue laci
made much like that of the brlde'i
gown and she carried a bouquet ol
pink rosebuds and gypsophlla.
The best man was Mr. John Bata
and Mr. Clifford Brown was the
Following the ceremony a smai:
reception was held. Mrs. Zager
mother of the bridegroom, wore a
gown of dusty rose lace with a
corsage bouquet of gardenias.
Assisting at the reception were
Miss Lucile Rogers, Miss Elizabeth
Kidmore, Miss Helen Fore and Misi
Esther Hmelezsky.
Later, Mr. and Mrs. Zager, the
latter wearing a navy blue silk
Jacket suit with a corsage bouquet
of whit* gardenias, left for their
wedding trip, up the Jersey coast,
stopping at Atlantic City and on
to New York City.
They will be at home at their
apartment, 1002 Flower avenue In
Takoma Park, after August 10.
Mr. Zager has taken the pre
medical course in Washington Mis
sionary College in Takoma Park,
and Mrs. Zager came here from
Portland, Oreg., and Is a former
i Business Women
On Air Tomorrow
Mrs. Ellen 8. Woodward, member
of the Social Security Board, will
be Interviewed by Mrs. Miller Htck
erson on vocational fields open in
the field of social security In the
program sponsored by the Business
and Professional Women’s Club to
morrow at 3:15 p. m. over Station
The club’s weekly ’’at home" will
be held tomorrow at B p. m. at the
Silver Bowl, Connecticut avenue
and R street N.W.
Mason to Be Guest
Of Zonta Club
Commissioner Guy Mason will
be the guest of the Zonta Club
of Washington at its weekly
luncheon tomorrow at 1 p.m. at
the Y. W. C. A.
Proposals for a national de
fense program also are scheduled
for consideration at the meeting.
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