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NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMK, Ftty«tt«vl1l«, re- givers". watch given start never face shadows com- and on were Fay- Mrs. his a for Miss Whitney Sue Halladay Is Bride In Church Rites In a candlelight ceremony read at 8 o'clock yesterday everiing, Miss Whitney Sue H a l l a d a y , daughte. of Dr. arid Mrs. Whitney Halladay of 1 Texas Way, became the brioje of Don Clarence Willart, son of Mr, and M r s . C l a u d e Willard o! Marionvllle, Mo. The Rev. Harry Evan Owings of Santa Ana, Oallf., grandfather of the bride, ·read the double ring rites at Central Methodist Church. Vows were exchanged in a setting wlUch featured candles extending from the choir rail to the altar with bouquets of w h i t e gladioli on the altar and arrangements of fern and greenery at the choir rail. A white covered prie dieu comple'"d altar decorations. Presented in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of silk organza over taffeta, enhanced with an appli- qued full length front panel of Chantilly lace encrusted with seed pearls. The fitted bodice had a modified scoop neckline and long sleeves which tapered to petal points over the hands. The skirt was a bouffant sheath, sweeping into a chapel-length train, bordered in a single applique of lace. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was secured by a coronet of seed pearls and she carried a crescent s h a p e d bouquet of white miniature roses and stephanotis. Miss Gay Godsey of England was maid of honor and bridesmaids were the Misses E u s a n McCord of Camden, D e b o r a h Whiting of Jacksonville and A n n Adams and Nancy Gordon both of Fayetteville. They wore i d e n t i c a l short sleeved sheath dresses of pale aqua lace with matching o v c r- skirts adorned at the waistline with small tailored taffeta bows. Their headpieces wer e bows of matching taffeta securing scalloped veils of silk illusion. They carried crescent shaped bouquets of white fleiir d'amour a n d stephanotis. Wilbur Willard of Aurora, Mo. served his brother as best man. Groomsmen and ushers w e r e Steve Halladay, brother of the bride, David Malone of L i t t l e Rock, V: ' or Johnson of F o r t SnuV.- and Stev« Miller of Ben- tonvllle. Halladay and Johnson also lighted the candles. Mrs. Eniil Sonneman, organist, presented a program of traditional nuptial music arid accompanied J. E. McClelland, soloist, who sang "The Lord's Prayer". For her daughter's w e d d i n g, I Mo. Mrs. Halladay chose a bone silk sheath dress with matching accessories and an orchid corsage in brdwr tones. Mrs. W U 1 wore a dress of light pink s shantung and lace with white accessories and a white orchid. Following the ceremony a reception was held fn Wesley Hall with the parents and the m of honor joining the newiyweds the receiving line. Mrs. Peter Estes was in charge of the reception assisted by Mrs. James Pomfrct. The bride's table was laid with a white net cloth over satin centered with silver candelabra and the three-tiered wedding cake. Arrangements of white gladioli used on the table and throughout! the hall. Mrs.Wilbur Willard and Mrs. Robert L. Jones presided at the table. Miss Regina Willard was i n charge ; the guest book which was pla?ed on a table laid with white net and decorated with a white Bible and a single white taper. Other assistants were Mrs. Harmon Bemmel, Mrs. J. E. McClelland, Mrs. Jesse Benton, Mrs. Luther Brewer, Mrs. Frank Davis, Mrs. Wesley Gordon, Mrs. David Stanley, Mrs. Huland Nations and Miss Rhea Shelton. L i t t l e Misses Penny Susan Jones and Nancy Jones distributed bags of rice. For her wedding trip which is to include points of interest in Missouri, the bride chose a beige linen sheath dress featuring a toast jacket accented in b e with matching accessories and corsage of white roses from her bouquet. The bride is a junior in the College of Education at the University where she is a member of Chi Omega sorority. The' bi-'degrobm graduated from the University College of Business Administration this June. H e was a member of Slgina Phi Epsilon fraternity. They will make their home Aurora, Mo. until September the bridegroom will enter t h e armed forces. Out of town guests wer t Rev and Mrs. Harry Owings, grandparents of the bride; Harlow Halladay, grandmother of the bride and Mrs. Daniel Halladay, aunt of the bride, aH of Santa Ana, Oalif.; Mr and Mrs. Wilbur WiHard, Miss Hegina Willard and Miss Penny Willard, all of Aurora, Mo. and Mr. and Clarence Willard, of Marionvillc,

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  1. Northwest Arkansas Times,
  2. 13 Jul 1963, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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