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r j ' 1 i J I f4T sr ?'vi . t . of Mra. Rev Johnnie, Dell sisters-in. sisters-in. St. at E. Hi. widow. sister, ; nephews Services Lee'a In lncludi Lee Lens two and Funeral from will son, grand! de-friend de-friend Mont- Mont- was a di- di- Services the Rev the ln- ln- son. and ." .:. Ber- Ber- Earlenel Nel-i Nel-i Elmore; Freeman Gill, tn MARY SHEPPARD Zellars, Slieppard Vows Said Miss Mary Jeanette Shop. pard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Jones Sheppatd, and Calvin Coohdge Zellars. son of Mrs. Lillian Zellars were recently united in marriage marriage at Dexter Avenue Baptst Church. Rev. C. Murray Branch, pas' tor, officiated at the 1 p.m ceremony. Bridal music was rendered by Mrs. Althea Thomas, organ ist, and Miss Mary Kenebrew soloist. The bride was given in mar riage by her father. She wore a gown of silk organza over taffeta. Her veil of French silk illusion was attached to crown of white daises, and she carried a cascade bouquet oi daises. Maid of honor was M i s Thayer Elise Wilson. Brides maids were Misses Manly Chapman, Gloria Jean Maye and Dorothy Jean Elmore, The maids wore slim gowns of pink crepe with matching pink headpieces. Rev, Thomas Earl Jordan served the groom as best man. Groomsmen were Oscar Shep-pard, Shep-pard, Shep-pard, Isadore Rich and Donald Watkins. Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Lillian Zellars, mother of the eroom. Philadebhia. Pa., Mr. Lorenzo Reese, uncle of t h e bride, New Orleans, and Mr. Harry S. Reese, uncle o tne bride, Wetumpka. A reception was held at the home of the bride. The couple will continue their studies at Howard University this fall.