Richard Cassiday's first wedding
was carnations KOPS was session y r s . cape fling high " |t ha moss green bow. She car_ this With coral. 'ribbbri 'wrapped In moii'irreea" velvet.- ^ : . ! Â· V^-'-j -- -6 -T,-- Matching that. ol tfce maid of honor'..;"'Â· Â· --Â·.:- ':;"Â·;?'.-,? oth- was ui= toe waisted ---Â·' - pun* Couple Wed Sunday In Shirley Christian Church SHIRLEY -- Miss Cynthia Ann Reynolds, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Percy Reynolds, Rt I, Wilkinson, and Richard Allen of the bride. Registering Cassiday, soÂ» of Mr. and Mrs J. Raymond Cassiday, Kennard were united in marriage at 2:3C ).m. Sunday, Aug. is. The louble-ring ceremony was par formed in Shirley Christian "hurch by the Rev. Lilburn Sim mons, minister of Wilkinson Church of Christ. The 'church was decoratec Â·wit-Vlwo baskets of white mums centered with coral ribbon moss green seven-branch streamers, candelabra two with npss green candles, a'kneeling bench 'and a table with three candhss,- two of which were ighted. . - - .-Â·: Â·-. Mrs. Stephen Barnhart, organ st, played several musical se- ections. Mrs. Curtis Pittinger was'soloist. / The bride wore a dress of duchess satin 'with lace over Eastern Hancock High School chiffon for the overshirt. The bodice was lace : wilh bishop leeves and lace caffs. The'de- n 19o9 and attended Milligan College, Tenn., for one year rhe bridegroom graduated froir Bchabte train'was chiffon and Knightstown High School in ace.'Her elbow-length veil was leld in place by an eight-pointed iara. ! She : carried a nosegay if carÂ«an roses, white pom- and is a senior at MUrigaa ege. ; ,. ' - . . . Following a wedding, trip .the ons.and yellow 'centered daisies Ba n led with coral'streamers inloV- knots. A corsage-was in he center of the nosegay.* . Miss.', parol. Addisbn,. .Greep- ield, was maid' of .honor! ,8016 rare Â· a.' Imeh ' enipirje^aisted loor-lenglh gown' 6f coral -with ^w in bftck--ana !' hat' : of : white ^ reen a'-'wide'Drimme . . Bridesmad,' were Mrs. -RogSf - o Reason^ .Greenfield; Miss Arlene Shirley, foth friends of ibe hrSde.'-arfd Miss Patricfa leynoMs; .flfllklnsoa, sister ^ai i: tride." All '.Wore' gowns Bot man was WcfaaefJarreff, Â«nnari. ..Ushers":wert James Michael Reynolds, Wilkinson brothers of the bride, and ley Wallace, Wilkinson, cousin guests was Miss Marcia Spega of Wilkinson. Mrs. Reynolds, mother of the bride, wore a moss green dress of crepe .with bone aceessoric. and a yellow ros? corsage. Mrs Cassiday, mo'.her of the bride groom also wore a moss green gown but with beige accessories Her corsage also was yellow roses. ' Â· Â· ' ' ' Following.the ceremony a re cepfion was ueH in Kennard Town Hall; Gift- tables, were decorated w i t h moss streamers. A three-tier cake centered the serving table with four .heart-shaped cakes. Serv ;rs were Miss. Debbie-parling Kennard; Miss Susan Boese Wilkinson, and Mrs. Jerry Shel ton, Shirley. The 'bride graduated from . :ouple is now -at home at Milli- -Did Souffle. By CECILY BR'OWNSTONE .Â·;.'.'/AP.Food.Editor V , This' souffle is - made 'with :oni(Urcii and no fat.'. ; . -..-PiSire-right Tlih'a.Souffle ilieed Tomatoes ''.:. Snap Beans FruU'Salad ,, -.Beverage FIGURE-RIGHT TUNA , , . . . . . ,., tablespoons cornstarch' ' ' i'teaspoon salt'.. \ 2-3dcupmlUt - . Â· . . . - large egg, separated . ..T tablespooo lemon juice'/. -.can:i(7'..pz} solid-pack-Uj tuna/drained and flaked;.- Vteaipoon cream oÂ£-tartar'-. , toto a:!-; :or. m-quirt -Â·Â«Â«Â»- turn';the .cornBtarch land tiffj-'fofil lii tuna' mixture. Turn '- ' ' v^m^^^m $sym*%3?S3Ert Â·oom^Tin^^Rey^fc^iM "^^t^^V^'^^f *'V o*%j| ? u ^-f '^"f . er.comM ant d "