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carried red and white carnations. Miss Donna Flowers attended the bride as maid of honor. Misi Joyce Hansen, Miss Lois Knoll and Miss Rose Pierce were bridesmaids. Miss Linda Flowers was flower girl. John H. Aff'jltranger was best man. On new year's eve in Hollywood, Cal., MIFF Betty Lorraine Flowers and George Anderson of that city were married in a quiet i-eiemony. They plan to make a home in southern California. Carlslon-Baiiey In »tateVy LDS temple ritea Jan. 12. Miss Beth Carlston became the bride of Vayle* K. Bailey. Immediately following the ceremony, a wedding breakfast at Rose Garden feted the newlywedg. In the evening they were honored at a reception at Laurelcrest LDS ward. The lovely bride, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mr*. George R. Carlston, was radiant in a handmade gown of white slipper catin, with exquisite beaded work on bodice and neckline. Maid of honor for new Mrs. Bailey was a sister. Miss Joyce Carlston. Miss Maxine Baifey, Miss Ann Page, Miss Juanita Stoddard, and Miss Darlene North, were bridesmaids. Little Suzanne Carlston and Jima* BoJell were flowergirls. Best man for Mr. Bailey wa» Claron Bailey. Mr. will In Lake Mrs. the a Cal. Mr. Canyon bride's officiating. Mrs. Vayle« K. Bailey w»» formerly Carlston, wed Jan. 12 in L D S temple *•''*-•••'• I -:•,'-'• ! •; i -.-..,-VJ-:' -.'.n-ff '.'•*.* Mi»« Betk t Mrs. William Robertson, ceremony. [ Both B»ttJste, w»s

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 22 Jan 1950, Sun,
  3. Page 40

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