Frances Pasley-first-married-1958

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Frances Pasley-first-married-1958 - TUESDAY, JUNE 17/1958 Wed in Afternoon Ceremony...
TUESDAY, JUNE 17/1958 Wed in Afternoon Ceremony MRS. JACK GROTE KYLER The \yedding of Miss Francesi Ann Pasley and Jack Grote Ky -J ]er took place Sunday afternoon, June 15, at two o'clock at the First Presbyterian Church in this city, with Dr. Robert Guthrie performing the ceremony ceremony before an altar adorned with baskets of white gladiolus, palms and candelabras. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pasley of Mt. Vernon and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Kyler of Evansville, Ind. Preceding the ceremony, traditional traditional wedding music was played by Miss Phyllis McGill of Mt. Vernon and the guests were registered by Mrs. Donald L. Fairchild of St. Louis, Missouri, as they entered the cnurch. The bride, escorted to the altar altar by her father, wore a gown of white crystal taffeta, styled with an oval neckline and ab breviated sleeves. It's simplicity was highlighted with fine em broidered lace accented with miniature pearls and irrides cents, bordering the neckline and dividing the elongated bodice bodice from the bell-shaped skirt, wheih terminated in a chapel train^The b.and„rplled-iinger tip veil of silk illusion was attached attached to a halo headpiece of pearl apple blossoms' and the, bride's bouquet was a crescent arrange ment of glamelias, stephanotis, and lily of the valley. Miss Barbara Pasley of Mt. Vernon, sister of the bride, served served as maid of honor, wearing ice blue crystal taffeta. Mrs. Robert Barker also of Mt. Vernon, and Mrs. Charles Apfelstadt of Evansville, Ind., were brides maids, each wearing gowns identically styled with oval neck lines on fitted bodices and brief (Delo Photo Craft) sleeves. Their headpieces were of matching hairbraid hats with velvet bows and they carried cascade arrangements of carnations carnations and candy tuff. William Benthall, Jr., served as best man. Ushers were Charles Charles Apfelstadt and* Edward Hardesty, Hardesty, of Evansvilte, Ind. Mrs. Pasley chose a powder blue lace., dress with blue and white accessories for her dau ghter's wedding. Mrs. Kyler chose a brown floral design with beige and white accessories, Both wore white orchids. A reception was held from three to five at the Mt. Vernon Room of the L. and N. Restaurant Restaurant with Miss Virginia Pollard and Miss Bettilou Titzer of Evansville, Ind., presiding at the reception table. The bride Is a graduate of the Mt. Vernon schools. Mr. Kyler attended schools in Evansville, and is now a representative of the California Packing and Sales Company of that city. Following a brief honeymoon in the southern states, they will make their home at 4708 Stratford Stratford Road in Evansville. Out of town guests attending the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Fairchild, and Kathy of Vandalia; Mrs. Doris Whalen, Gary and Sandra, of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo.t Mr. and Mr& George Knachmuks and family, Richard, George, Elenor, Evola and Sharon Sharon and Miss Betty Walker all of West Salem, 111.; U. S. Pasley of Mahomet, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bolin of Henderson, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cannon of Springfield, Springfield, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Lyman White, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Jones, Mr. and "Mrs. George Bailer, Miss Louise Nichols and Miss Alice Beckner all of Evansville, Ind.; and Pat Miler o£ Chicago. Copley visitor in in a a

Clipped from Mt. Vernon Register-News17 Jun 1958, TuePage 7

Mt. Vernon Register-News (Mt Vernon, Illinois)17 Jun 1958, TuePage 7
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