Becky Barrow/Benny Kinser Wedding
JÜjtäSlA, -ßiVÜlDW, VOW A. fdstdqsd^ aL chwich r*RTrt''\rii'TirT i ' LturdaV aftem^ f^Lmber ^ t Si tust 1 »^ ht. Michael s tatnoiic, ! "tnf L:? ow corame't; ca Uiane Barrow cecame e bride of Benjamm Parents of tiie couple are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barrow, Rood- hou.se route two and Mr. and I Mrs. Guy 0. Kinser, Jr. of' Greenfield route two. The bride wore n nrineess style sown of white cotton iette over taffeta with a kL hole cut nickhne with can 'sleeves overlavins inns sleeve« »onhe hish A nr ,01 he nigh rise bodice. A flow er trimmed Camelot cap se- c*ured her illusioii veil aind she carried white Shasta daksies acid baby’s breath. . ^ ; Miss Denise Weber of B^icR" ’ bridge was maid of honor and, Miss Marsha Tfiiurshy and Rebecca Dixon were brides- maids. They were dressed alike: in lavender and white floral gowns with white colors and sashes, bowed at the back.| Each wore a white picture hat | and carried a single long stem -1 med lavender tinted rose. | Roger Strang of White Hall farm-was best man. Groomsmen were Paul Butcher of Roodhouse and Joseph Vinyard of Greenfield, j Brothers of the bride and groom, Michael Barr-ow and Michael Kinser, were ushers, Ttie mother of the bride wore i Ttie mother of the bride worei _ deep purple knit and the . groom’s mother was in a blue f,. lijv/tiiti wcxri III A aiuc figured knit. Each wore a cor-i s-age of white carnations, tinted with laverder, a‘¿■«.p‘"';;;;pi;‘ with lavender. Both young people graduated I from Greenfield High School,, the bride thia year and the groom in 1971 He also aHend- Q^iarTJ"f College at Springfield two years and is -ac.ei.oYiuc with a mailing address, Rood-;^^®- house Route Two.