Jeanine Ellen Wiehn wedding
September Saturday if). pre. suggestions am ii appointed The by aiv their Nov. be (Photo by Spio'h Siudioi MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR EARL SIMI'KiNS P | th" and to pla;\s according researchers. added color, of each Drug its color-; permitted, lla- .leanine Ellon Wiehn and Arthur Arthur Karl Simpkins exchanged wedding vows %Snturday, Sepi. 2, at Calvary Apostolic church. The bride is tlx; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wiehn ol Mt. Vernon, and the bridegroom bridegroom is the son of Rev. Roy Simpkins and the late Hilda Simpkins of Carbondale. The lather of the groom, assisted assisted by Reverend Eugene Mc- Clintoek. oliieiated the ceremony ceremony before an altar baiiKcd with palms and two 'piral candelabra. candelabra. A white arch, entwined with ivy. and two arrangements i>! pink and white munis and gladiolus, and white kneeling bench centered the altar decorations. decorations. The organist. .Mrs. Mary .tones, sjstor of the gi'jom, played a medley of songs preceding preceding the ceremony and accompanied accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Deborah Deborah Eutrell, who sang "The Yt 'cdding Seng" Immediately followed followed the couple's lighting of the unity candle. Miss Angie Moses, the pianist, accompanied t'ne flute soloist, Miss Caibara Reynolds, plaving "Close to you" and "Till There Was Vol.". The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely MI her miwii of pure white sata- pcau fashioned with an Empire bodice of Chantilly lace, high neckline- and long lace tapered sleeves. Small satin buttons were placed on the bodice. Large floral lace motifs were rppliqii'd on the long skirt and a deep ruffled lace flounce .icm- iinc. For the total look, the matching Mantilla, secured !o an open crown, was borduiod with scalloped lace falling into a full sweep. Her only jewelry was a diamond pendant necklace. necklace. Her bouqet was a cas- Oma Jones cade of white roses eciitcied with an orchid. Mrs. Jewel Mc'.'iilch, no. -.is- ter of the bride, served as illation illation ot honor. Paul Mueller o! Waterloo served as best man. The u.->licrs were Dean Uramloi of Urbai.a and Tom Futrell ol < aitei \ die. The reception was ie,d a! me church immediately following following the corcmom. fin: green and pink theme was carried out in the reception room doc- orations. The table eovi red by while satin held a crystal punch bowl, matching candleabia and mint and mil di-h. The live- tiered weddinu cake lopped by a wedding bell and inultiflowcr-- ed bouquet comnleted tlie c.ce- orations ol the rcoptitn table. Serving at the reception wcie Mrs. Jovne Simpkins. Mrs. Sue Stevens, and Miss Connie Bigham. Bigham. Miss Sherry Simpkins. sister of the groom, attended the guest register. Mrs. Kalhv l.ramlel and Miss Paula Ferguson Kept the gilt tables. For their honeymoon. Hie couple's couple's trip took them t «i Paris, Fiance. Ghana, West Africa, and Geneva. Swizerland. Prenuplial parties given in honor of the bride included a miscellaneous shower <,ivni by Kathy Hramlet, Angec Moses, and Jewel MeCutchivii. Showers Showers were also given by the Firs'. Apostolic church of Carbondale and the Calvary Apostolic church of Ml. Vernon. The groom received his bachelor bachelor degree in acounling and is presently employed by Belden Belden Corporation of Richmond. Ind.. where they arc making their home. The former Miss Wiehn is a M . mor majoring in education. in the Cooperative Exteirsion Service Program.