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Eley2 - Petersburg-Colonial Heights, Va., Sunday....
Petersburg-Colonial Heights, Va., Sunday. October 4, 1959 Kirk hind ( I ' l i o t o by A. ~Kay Mrs. David Gerald Minyeu Win- a of Hotel Miss Hogue, Mr. Mingea Wed in Church Ceremony The wedding of Miss Mildred I ginia Ercelle Tlowlett, Miss Ca- Ann Hogue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilson Hogue, of this city, and David Gerald Mingea, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ro- )crt Mingea, also of this city, ook place yesterday, al 7 p. m. "n Elm Street Baptist Church. The double ring ceremony was lerformed by the pastor, the Rev. rol Mizelle, and Miss Carol Kli- y.abeth Mingea, sister of t h e bridegroom, all of this city. Their dresses and flowers were identical to that of the honor attendant. Mr. Mingea was his son's best man and ushers were: James Forrest Eley, Robert Ovens and Walter H. Eley, all of this city. Stacy W. Davis. Mrs. Davis ren- Roy W. Hogue Jr., brother of the dered the wedding music with the Rev. Mr. Davis as soloist. Given in marriage by her father, :he bride wore a gown of Chan- illy lace over t a f f e t a fashioned with a portrait neckline embroidered w i t h sequins and seed pearls. The full s k i r t of matching ruffles ended in a circular train and her circular veil of imported illusion fell from a crown of seed pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations. Mrs. James Forrest Eley, of this city, vas matron of honor. She wore a street-length dress of rose taffeta with matching headband and carried a bouquet of mixed fall flowers. Bridesmaids were: Miss Vir- bride, was junior usher. The mother of the bride wore a beige street - length dress with green accessories and a corsage of yellow roses, while the mother of the bridegroom wore a dress of Royal blue with black accessories and a corsage of pink roses. Mrs. Wood row W. Eley, of this city, was mistress of ceremonies. A reception followed the cere moiiy in the social hall of the cluirch. F o r ' - t h e i r wedding trip, t bride chose a blue green suit with black accessories and the corsage lifted from her bouquet. Upon their return they will make their home in Carroll Arms Apartments. Plan For The will fall in the Mrs. C. co-hostess. MRS. The ^lub p. m. of originally Mrs. TO The meet home Jr., of TO The

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  1. The Progress-Index,
  2. 04 Oct 1959, Sun,
  3. Page 8

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