|Members of the Prytania Street Presbyterian Church choir who will provide the music for the radio wedding at the New Orleans Radio Show, December 1-6. They will make up a quartette of vocalists. Jean E. Pasquet, at right, is organist-director; at the left is Bianca Sherwood McCranie, soprano; lower left insert is Marietta A. McMurray, contralto; upper corner insert, Charles A. Dorhauer, baritone, and lower insert is Dalton Weber, tenor. The wedding will be broadcast by radio.|
Tune in, all ye radio fans, on wave length 238 meters, Wednesday night at 9 o'clock, and you'll find yourself at the wedding of Mr. K. M. Sanford and Miss O. Mercadel, who are to be married right in front of the microphone at Station WNOR, in plain words, the Radio Show being held here at the Washington Artillery Hall.
Out of several couples who applied to fill the requirements, this man and girl were chosen and they will be there, he in his soup and fish, she in her orange blossoms and bona fide wedding array, and they will be united in the bonds of marriage by the Rev. Father Badeaux.
Miss Mercadel was formerly in employ of the U. S. Veterans' Bureau. Mr. Sanford is a World War vet. They met, they fell in love and now they are to be married.
Robert Hayne Tarrant is in charge of the show. He is to have on a new cravat and will wear a white chrysanthemum in his buttonhole in honor of the occasion.
The station is WNOR, the wave length 238 meters, the time 9 o'clock. The couple is really going to get married and as there'll be refreshments provided for the occasion, you listen closely you might hear cork pop.
|Thousands Hear Radio Wedding|