Lee - meed In a candlelight ceremony at 3:00 Sunday, January 12, Ellen Heed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reed of Lenox, Iowa, became became the bride of Charles Thomas Lee, son of Mrs. Gertrude Gertrude Lee of Oreston. The double double ring ceremony was performed performed by Rev. Floyd Newbrough, pastor of the United Methodist Church in Lenox. Mrs. Norma Paymal played ntuptiial music and accompanied Mike Hufhagel as he sang "Wonderful Mtoither of Mine" as the mothers were ushered in and "The Lords Prayer" as the bride and groom knelt <at the altar. Dentee and Dennis, twin sister and brother of the bride, served as canidlettghlters. Demise's gown was dark green velvet, fashioned fashioned identical to the bridesmaids. Her headpiece was of green nylon nylon tulie held in place with a white fur band and her corsage was a white feathered carnation carnation tinted with green. Dennis wore a white formal jacket, dark trousers, bow tie and green tinted boutonniere. "The bride, escorted to the altar altar by her faither, wore a floor length gown of white peaui do soie. The empire style bodice was of Ohantilly lace featuring a round neckline and long tapered lace sleeves. The A-line skirt was appliqued with floral lace appli- ques and the removable G ft. train, which was attached at the empire waist, fell inlto a wide sweep and was bordered completely completely with lace. Her elbow length veil was three tiers of white nylon tulle fastened to a bridal cap of satin petals tipped tipped with pearls and centered with a cluster of chiffon rosees and lilies of the valley. The bride's gown and headpiece were designed and made by her mother. mother. The bride's only jewelry was a heart shaped necklace, a gift of the groom. Her bridal bouquet was a cascade of white mums and rose buds with a removeable corsage. She carried out the traditional something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. The bride's sister, Linda Armstrong, Armstrong, wus Matron of Honor. Sandra Faust of Ames, and Suzanne Suzanne Wurster, friends of the bride, were bridesmaids. They wore identical fashioned gowns of dark green velvet with green satin ribbon around the empire waist and a long bow in back. Their headpieces were a green nylon tulle veil held in place with a corsage of white feathered feathered carnations trimmed in green pinned to the muffs. The bride's twin cousins, Ka- bhy and Keith Womochil of Omaha, Omaha, were flower girl and ring bearer. Kathy wore a green velvet gown identical to the bridesmaids, a headpiece of green tulle held in place by a white fu>r band and a corsage of feathered carnations edged in grcomN mother wore a green dress with coat and matching accessories. Both wore corsages of ysJlow rose buds. After the ceremony, the guests were ushered to the church dining room, where the couple cut the first piece of wedding cake. Decorations of green and white were carried out in the dining room. A three tiered wedding wedding cake beautifully decorated and topped with a bride and groom centered the table. The cake was out and served by Melody Melody Womochil of Omaha and Nancy Rusco of Lenox, aunts of the bride. Mrs. Harold Kivett of Creston, friend of the groom, dipped the punch and Mrs. Earl Baker of Clearfield, aunt of the bride, served the coffee. The cake and mints were made and beautifully decorated by Mrs. Carl Cordell of Lenox. Karen Kitzman of Lenox, friend of the bride, was in article, Two by daughter, LOCAL POLE BARN HEADQUARTERS Complete service from Farmstead Farmstead Planning, material, labor to financing. See us for yom buildings. Buy at home frti* folks you know. Write or call HAWKEYK ; LUMBER CO. LENOX ••••••«•*«•••••' tran 5 • Welding Shop All kinds of Welding and Repairing. General Tractor overhaul. Time now to have it done. FAST SERVICE BOB AND JOE 3 miles N and 1 East of Lenox green. She carried a white basket basket with rose petals. Keith wore a white formal jacket, dark trcoisers, bow tie and a white boutonniere edged in green. He carried the rings on a lace trimmed trimmed heart shaped pillow. Ed Jackson of Cedar Falls, friend of the groorn, served as best man. Mark Raymond and Den Herbert of Creston were groomsmen. All men of the wedding party were attired in white formal jackets with complete accessories and boutonnieres boutonnieres of white carnations edged in green. Ushers were Mike Landreth, David Thompson, Thompson, Gerald Swartz, and John Walsh, all of Creston and friends of the groom. The altar was decorated with baskets of white stocks and mums and greenery. The pews were decorated with white and green pom-poms centered with white satin streamers with two gold rings attached. The bride's mother wore a beige sheath dress with lace coat and brown accessories. The DR. McALPIN — OPTOMETRIST Complete Visual Care — Contact Lenses By Appointment charge of the guest book. Kathy Wunster, Jeanne Reed and Nancy Nancy Williams, Lenox, Peggy Tackett Tackett of Creston and Denisc Huey of Cedar Falls, friends of the bride and groom, had charge of the gifts. Mrs. Jack Jones Of Lenox assisted in organizing the wedding party and Mrs. Earl Baker of Clearfieid, helped with the flowers. The kitchen committee consisted consisted of Katherine Beadel, Lauretta Lauretta Spicer, Thea KDaering, Dorothy Dorothy Wurster, Betty Kiztman and Irene Nelson. The bride chose as her going away outfit, a beige sheath dress with brown accessories and a corsage of yellow rose buds firom her bridal bouquet. The couple will make their home in Creston where the groom is attending Southwestern Southwestern Community College. , Relatives from out of town were Dcnald Bartrem, Los Angeles, Angeles, Calif., Ronald Bartrem, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Womochil and family and Lloyd Barbrem from Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. G. MtoCormick, Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Reed and daughters, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Reed, Leon, Mfis. Jay 'Cox, Creston.