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 - .Newton Bacon Vows Spoken In Magnolia 111 a...
.Newton Bacon Vows Spoken In Magnolia 111 a lovely ceremony performed performed at Central Baptist Church in Magnolia Sunday, Miss Barbara Anne Bacon, daughter of Mr. and Isijfs. H. W. Bacon of Magnolia, became became the bride of William Jackson Jackson Newton whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jack J ; Newton of Camden. Camden. Dr. J. W. Butler, Jr., pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, read the vows before an altar illuminated illuminated by burning yellow tapers tapers In seven branched candelabra. Sunburst arrangements of yollow fujli mums, asters adn gladiola, j men Jerry Smith of Haynesviile, ! La., the bride's cousin, and Bill) Brodnax of Camden, cousin of the j and palms banked the altar. Smi')'•*, Smi')'•*, palm mums and woodwardia fern were also used tit the altar. Nosegays of yellow daisies tied with yellow satin ribbon marked the family pews. Candles were lighted by grooms- groom., Mrs. W. E. Williamson, soloist, sang "Beloved, It Is Morn" during the ceremony, and Mrs. Sterling Lacy, Jr., 'sang Browning's "How Pf I Love Thee", set to music composed by th e groom, Mrs. W. K, Hood was organist. . -,Mr. Bacon accompanied nisi daughter down an n Isle lighted by I candles in tall white holders en- i twined by smilax. Th e bride was attired In a full length gown of j candlelight silk peau de soie, with! chapel train and made on torso ' lines with fullness at the hips. • Alencon lace re-embroidered with I pearls and crystalettes accented i the scooped neckline and short i §$>£red sleeves. She wore elbow i length mitts of .silk and an angel' band trimmed in pearls held in I place her fingertip veil which was j worn over her face as she walked I down the aisle. The bridal bouquet I was of stephanotis, lily of the valley ! and fluer d'amour in a fan shape j with purpl e throated white orchid i in the center and a touch of french I purple asters accenting the attend-1 ants' gowns, C. Miss; Barbara Baker, maid of hpnqr, Mrs. Marion Miller, Miss Jjlly Droddy, Miss Eloise Sanders of Haynesvllle, cousin of the bride as bridesmaids, and Miss Lynda Yates, also the bride's cousin as junior bridesmaid, all wore Identical Identical full length gowns of two-toned Javendar nylon tricot, The shirred bodice was made on modified torso torso lines and was strapless. They wore matching stoles and angel bands trimmed with ribbon and roses in their hair. The maid of honor carried a baiquet of cascading yellow roses aid french asters and the junior bridesmaid's bouquet was a nosegay nosegay of french asters and yellow roses. Orescent shaped bouquets of yellow roses were carried by the brides maids. Mrs. Bacon, mother of the bride, •was fashionably gowned in an ice blue bolero dress with scoop neckline, neckline, trimmed in pearls and rhinestones. rhinestones. She also wore white accessories. accessories. The groom's mother, Mrs. New- was attractive in a pink polish: cotton" dress with rhinestone trim and pink accessories. Jim. Newton was his brother's best man, Groomsmen Svere Jerry Home of Sundown, Texas, Pete Hampton of West Memphis and Wayne Bethea of Oamden. Reception At Home At the reception held in the home of the bride's parents on North Jackson Street, members of the wedding party received the guests r with Mrs. Bacon and Mrs. ;on, mothers of the bride and Myrtis Moore provided lovely music at the piano-through- tilt the reception, 1 Again reflecting a yellow and •White color scheme, the serving table in the dining room was covered covered with white taffeta ruffled cloth. Yellow satin bows marked each corner. In the center were two large white bells, placed end to end and tied with satin ribbon. These were overflowing with yellow and white ftpi mums, roses, daises and Stock. White tapers in crystal can-

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  1. The Camden News,
  2. 19 Aug 1955, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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