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V-notched. V-notched. lin-inq lin-inq 1953 gfl Lansingites if f. Tv v. !V 3 If. J V ft ft. ..-v ..-v ..-v ' cV MRS. FREDERICK LLOYD FAY -.1. -.1. Miss Shirley LeValley Weds Lansingite Saturday in Ionia Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lloyd Fay are now on a southern trip following their marriage in St. Johns Lutheran church, Ionia, Saturday afternoon. The bride was Miss Shirley Le-Vallev, Le-Vallev, Le-Vallev, daughter of Mrs. Hilda LeValley of Ionia. She is a graduate graduate -of -of Butterworth Nursing school, Grand Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd C. Fay, 1600 Berkley dr., are the parents of the bride-, bride-, bride-, groom. For the ceremony, performed by Rev. Eric Cash, the bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace under- under- , scored by gleaming satin. Her veil was of fingertip length, and JOHN J. SHIELS, 0. D. Optometrist Hours 9 A. M. to 5:30 P. M. Evenings by Appointment 1443 EAST MICHIGAN AVE. Phone Office 25529 Res. 56604 1 T" she carried a fan of matching lace with white roses and steph-anotis. steph-anotis. steph-anotis. She was escorted by her brother, Richard LeValley. Champagne rose gowns were worn by her attendants, Mrs. Bruce Baird, sister of the bridegroom bridegroom as matron of honor, and the two bridesmaids, Mrs. Jack Mellenger and Mrs. Karl Gier-man. Gier-man. Gier-man. The honor attendant carried carried rings of pale yellow chrysanthemums, chrysanthemums, while the bridesmaids' bridesmaids' were of orchid chrysanthemums. chrysanthemums. The little flower girl, Sandra Baird, carried a basket basket of white rose petals. A reception was held in the Elks ballroom," Ionia, following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Slavinski were mistress and master master of ceremonies. Then the bride changed to a brown suit and pinned a white rose corsage to her shoulder for going away. After Nov. 12, the couple will reside in Grand Rapids. T Miss To gowns bridal Miss her Nichols fashioned bodices Mrs. honor, Mary junior green ; their carried bronze : mums. Rev. ceremony 810

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  1. Lansing State Journal,
  2. 01 Nov 1953, Sun,
  3. Page 44

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