Clipped From The Montgomery Advertiser
. MARRIED THE SATURDAY BEFORE in Fort Walton, Mayo (Burns) and Lt. Col. Cecil Clyde Metz were honorees at a reception reception yesterday afternoon in the Sky Room of the Maxwell Officers' Officers' Club. Hosts were the bride's sister Helen and Major Ted Wood . . . Helen, who was matron of honor at the wedding a week ago, received yesterday in a pink accordion pleated dac- dac- ron with scoop neckline and low V back, wearing a matching small flowered hat. The bride chose beige lace with lace ruffles, shading to brown on the skirt, and wearing an iridescent sequin sequin hat . . . Toby Savoie, keep- keep- ing the guest book, wore a lace dress in coffee shade, while Mad-die Mad-die Mad-die Guzak, at the cake table, w is becomingly gowned in an off-white off-white off-white lace with a beaded bodice . . . The bridegroom, a native of Indianapolis and one-time one-time one-time student student at Purdue, is a veteran of World War II, serving in the South Pacific and in India. He and Mayo met. last November,1 when she was visiting her sister here . Mayo .is from Boston and studied art and fashion in Boston and Chicago . . . Champagne Champagne and hors de'oeuvres were served at the reception and the guest list included Beth and Col. A. C. Gillem, Toby and Col. William William Savoie, Eileen and Lt. Col. Slater. Marshall, Maddie and Lt. Col. Frank Guzak, Annis and Lt. Col. Daniel Sims, the George Maxwells, Esther and J. Edgar Mdser, Jr., Louise and David Larson, the H. I. Larkins, the A. C. Fords, Marian and Lt. Col. Thomas Ashinhurst, Carolyn Mc-Dade, Mc-Dade, Mc-Dade, Nan Norman, Margaret and Major Walter Martin, Evelyn Evelyn and Major Joseph Savuto, Barbara and Major Robert Schratz, Sue and Major Leonidas Bradley, Jean and Dr. Francis Foley, Peggy and Major John Lingo, and a number of others . . . Mayo and Cecil are making their home in the Walter Bragg Smith Apartments. He is presently presently on the faculty of Wing 2, Air Command and Staff School, Maxwell.