Barbara Pasley first marriage - 1949

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Barbara Pasley first marriage - 1949 - MARRIED RECENTLY MR. AND MRS. HOWARD LISENBY,...
MARRIED RECENTLY MR. AND MRS. HOWARD LISENBY, JR. Lebanon Church was the scene of a beautiful and impressive candlelight wedding ceremony on Saturday, the eighth of October, at five o'clock in the afternoon, when Miss Barbara Pasley. daughter daughter of Mr and Mrs. Paul C. Pasley. Pasley. Lynchburg Road, became the bride of Howard Lisenby. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lisenby of Mt. Vernon. The ceremony was performed before an embankment of white gladioli and a profusion of palms, the effect being enhanced by the use of tall white candles in bronze candelabra. Preceding the ceremony, ceremony, appropriate nuptial selections selections were rendered by Mrs. William William Meyers, at the piano. Mrs. Gerald Williams, aunt of the bride, sang "At Dawning", "I Love You Truly", and 'The Lord's Prayer", accompanied by Mrs. Meyers. The Rev. Everett Apgar officiated officiated for the double ring ceremony ceremony .\ The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attired in a lovely ivory satin j gown, with finger tip veil. The '< gown was modeled with' long 1 pointed sleeves, the yoke was of; net a-nd the bodice fitted and j scalloped over a full gathered j skirt. She wore a rhinestone , necklace, gift of the groom. j The bride carried a bouquet of white Fiji mums and orchid pom poms, in shower arrangement, : with head band of matching pom poms. I , Miss Francis Ann Pasley. sister of the bride, serving as maid of honor, was attired in a floor length gown of baby blue taffeta, WAC Recruiter Here Tomorrow WAC Cpl. Florence Day, from the Centralia recruiting office, will be in Mt. Vernon tomorrow to interview young women interested in careers in the WAC and Women of the Air Force. 1 She will be available for [interviews [interviews at the local post office, from 9:00 a. m. to 4 p. m. Airport News A. B. Connally of Evansville, flew to this city on business yesterday. yesterday. Carl Edmison and Earl Outland of this city flew to Olney today. Dr. A. J. Rose and A. M. Caldwell Caldwell of Highland, 111., flew to the local airport yesterday. to of of in in with fitted bodice and a full over- skirt of white net. She wore a rhinestone necklace, gift of the bride and carried a bouquet of bronze Fiji mums and bronze and pom poms, with head band of matching pom poms Mr. Gale Eller, uncle of the groom, served as best man. Act- ' ing as ushers were Mr. Leo Leuty and Mr. Stewart Bean, who also lighted the candles. , ! Miss Thelma Boswell presided | over the guest register. j Mrs. Pasley. mother of the I bride, was attired in green crepe with grey accessories, and wore a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. Lisc'iby, mother of the groom, (.•hose navy blue crepe with black accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. After the ceremony the guests were er.iertained at a reception at the home of the bride's parents. parents. Mrs. Stewart Bean presided at the punch bowl, and Mrs. W. B. Acuff and Mrs. Noel Whalen assisted assisted in the serving of the four tier wedding cake. Following a ' brief wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Lisenby will be at home to their friends at 529 S. 19th St., Mt. Ve ^" on u J t Dnde graduated from Op- ftj ^f °™™ f U "i? - Sch001 WUh the class of 47, and is now em- ployed in the office of the Mt. Furnace & Mfg. Co. ^ a goinR awav * utfil th bri de chose „ Un donegal tweed aU it with brown accessories and a corsage of orchid pom poms The groom was graduated from the Mt. Vernon Township High! School with the class of '44. He I spent one year and one day in the U. S. Army Air Force. He is now employed by the J. L. Simmons Construction Company, Mt. Vernon. STOP, LOOK and LISTEN! 78 *11 YOU'RE BREAKING MY HEART: FOUR WINDS AND "THE SEVEN SEAS— Vie Dimona 79e. ST. LOUIS BLUES: IT'S A MOST' UNUSUAL DAY— Margaret Whiting T9« WHIRLWIND DIME A DOZEN- Margarat Whiting 79c MEADOWS or HEAVEN: SONNY BOY— M*l Torme T9e IF I EVER LOVE AGAIN: RED RIVER VALLEY— Jo Stafford 7»e SMOKEY MOUNTAIN BOOGIE: YOU'LL FIND HER NAME WRITTEN THERE— Tanniiiii Ernia 79e< MY GEE GEE FROM THE FIJI, ISLES ROSE OF THE RIO GRANDE— Chuck Thomaa 79e ON THIS CHRISTMAS EVE: MY CHRISTMAS SONG FOR YOU—< Mlll» Brothan 79« IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE: THE RIVER SEINE— Guy Lombardo 79e' MY BOLERO: THE STORY OF ANNIE LAURIE— Guy Lombardo 79c* NOTHING LESS THAN BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL • ME AN' MY BUNDLE— Buddy Clark 63o< WATCH OUT: BY S THE RIVER SAINTE MARIE— Gana Krupa 63c< MR. FROGGIE WENT A-COURT.. IN': WORRIED MAN BLUES— Burl Ivej 63e< OL' SAINT NICHOLAS: HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS Dorli Day 63^ HERE IS MY HEART NALANI: YOU CAN'T LOSE A BROKEN* HEART— King Cola L Tha Trio 79a' ELK'S PARADE: SHERWOOD'S FOREST— Bobby Shtrwood - 79c ' SAX OF A KIND: MARIONETTE— Lannia Trijtano Sextattf T9e< 45's WALTZ WITH ME: ROLL ALONG, KENTUCKY MOON Homer Haynea 69»< HOME ON THE RANGE: THAT PALOMINO PAL OF MINE— Roy Rogert ___69c, SOME DAY NOCTURNE (from "VAGADON D KING") — Al Goodman 69e

Clipped from Mt. Vernon Register-News19 Oct 1949, WedPage 2

Mt. Vernon Register-News (Mt Vernon, Illinois)19 Oct 1949, WedPage 2
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