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Washington, D. C.
Miss Youry,
Mr. Green
Are Wed
Miss Gay Randolph Youry,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
lin Weems Youry of Belle Haven,
Va., became the bride yesterday
of Mr. Berryman Green IV. He
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Green
of Alexandria.
The evening ceremony took
place at the Old Presbyterian
Meeting House in Alexandria
with Dr. Joseph Rana of Wash
ington officiating. There was a
reception at the Belle Haven
Country Club immediately fol
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a wedding
gown of white silk organza over
satin, fashioned with a daintily
embroidered round neckline. Her
veil was of Venetian lace brought
from Europe by Mrs. Youry and
she carried stephanotis, lilies of
the valley and pink rose buds.
Mrs. Myles Bernard Galdran
son was her sister’s matron of
honor and another sister, Miss
Mary Warfield Youry was the
maid of honot*. The bridesmaids
were Miss Jean Mclllwaine
Marshall and Miss Courtney Wil
Mr. Aubrey Shuman Barnett,
Jr., was best man. The ushers
were the Messrs. Allan Hanckel,
Albert Bryan, jr„ William Mc-
Causland, Thomas Conrath,
James Dooley, Clarence Flippo
Hicks and John Gray.
Following a Southern wedding
trip, Mr. and Mrs. Green will re
side in Alexandria.
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—Slinkman Photo.
The former
Miss Ronne Curtis.
Miss Ronne Curtis, daughter
of Mrs. Elizabeth Curtis, was
married April 25 to Mr. Charles
Joseph Parish, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman J. Parish of
Hyattsville, Md.
The wedding took place in St.
Gabriel’s Church, the Rev. Rob
ert E. Lewis officiating. The
ceremony was followed by a re
ception in the club of the Cath
olic Daughters of America.
Mr. and Mrs. Parish will live
In Hyattsville.
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The Former
Miss Gay Randolph Youry.
Spring Meeting Being Planned
The Board of Directors of the
Robert E. Lee Memorial Founda
tion. Inc.', will begin their spring
meeting at Stratford, Westmore
land County, Va„ next Sun
day. There will be morning serv
ice at Yeocomico Church followed
by a program at Stratford at 2
o’clock. The first business session
of the Board Meeting will be held
on May 4 and will continue
throughout the week.
President of the group is Mrs.
Ambrose C. Ford of Clifton
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Mr. Zimmer,
Miss Ely
Are Wed
! Miss Anne Carter Lee Ely,
daughter of Mrs. Hanson Edward
Ely. jr„ of Richmond and Upper
ville, and the late Lt. H. E. Ely,
jr., U.S.N., retired, became the
bride yesterday of Mr. Frederick
Allen Zimmer, jr. He is the son of
Dr. Zimmer of Columbus, Ohio,
and the late Mrs. Zimmer.
The ceremony took place at
Trinity Episcopal Church in Up
perville with the Rev. J. S. Ryley
oflßciating. A small reception
followed at Nordley, home of Mr.
and Mrs. William Hunter de
Butts, uncle and aunt of the
Given in marriage by her
brother, Mr. Hanson E. Ely 111,
the bride had as her maid of
honor, Miss Courtenay Morris
Plaskitt. Other attendants were
the Misses Mary Custis de Butts,
cousin of the bride; Patricia Ann
Knight, Jo Anne Mitchell, Mrs.
Malcolm Barrett, Mrs. H. E. Ely
m, and Mrs. Albert M. Handy,
jr. Anne Allen Rosher, a niece
of the bridegroom, was flower
Serving Mr. Zimmer as best
man was Mr. William C. Ep
stein, jr. and ushers were Mr.
John H. Van Zweinen, Mr. Wal
ter J. Baum, Mr. Charles N.
Zimmerman, Mr. George Bourne
Wayland, jr.; Mr. John Volkmar
and Mr. Robert E. L. de Butts,
cousin of the bride.
The former Miss Ely was grad
uated from St. Catherine’s In
Richmond and Vassar. She was
presented to Richmond society
in 1946. Mr. Zimmer Is a grad
uate of Ohio State University
and Pratt Institute and served
in the Air Force during World
War n.
After a summer in Europe, the
couple will reside in New. York.
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—Darling Photo.
The former
Miss Anne Carter Lee Ely.
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