Jeffye Lynn Vaughn Becomes Of W.C. Colburn in Eastland EASTLAND. May 22, (RNS) -- tlcltye Lynn Vaughn hocamc tlie irlde of Waller E d w a r d Colburn. _ r _ in a candlellghlcd double ring ceremony, May 1G at 7:-13 p. m. I Ihe Church of Christ. Tlif? bride is the- daughter ot C a p t a i n and Mrs. C. L. Vaughn, Kastlaml and Mr. and Mrs. Waller Â·'. Co]burn of Olden arc the par- Jr, Church Â·nls of tlie bridegroom. Preceding Hie ceremony rim Cnrririgton of Verr.on 'Because," "Always" and "1 You Truly." Mrs. o Bridesmaid Nadene Myers, KenWoodard Wed at Anson ANSON, TÂ«uy 23. ( R N S ) -- Nadene Nadene Myers twcamo Ihe britlu of Kenneth Woodord, May 10 in ceremony performed by Ihe Hcv. J. 11. McWilllams in his home. The Ilev. McWilliams Is the pas tur of the North Side OnpllsV Church of Anson. Tlie bride wore r, navy hluc suit with while acccssorlesj and carried carried a while Bible with while carnations, carnations, Shirley Myers of Anson, sister of UK? hr(de, was the bridesmaid. Stic was dressed in light blue, wilh white carnations, and navy accessories. accessories. Joyce Miller of Ansou was the maid of honor. She wns also dressed in light blue, with white carnations, and navy accessories. Joe "Wills was the best man and Harry Prince was Ihe groomsman. Both are from Lucders. Mrs. Woodard is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Myers of Anson. The bridegroom is the ?on of Mr. antl Mrs, K m m l t Woodard of Anson, The couple will live in Lcvcllnnd, where be Is employed. Mrs. Vfoodanl is a member of the 11)52 graduMing class o f ' t h e Anson High School. Carey Coleman, Robert Collie To Wed June 17 W. L. Wharton Jr., minister of Noithhill Church of Christ ol Houston, Houston, uncle of the bride, officiated before a background arch which was covered with greenery and studded with tiny pink roses, and fLinked hy tall candelabra, palms, and baskets ot gladioluses. W. L. Wharlon gave his granddaughter granddaughter In marriage. She wore a jolJorina length dress of rose beige lace and nylon net over taffeta. Her small pink ha I had rosebud and feather trimming, matched In color by her opera pumps. She carried a shower prayer book bouquet bouquet of pink brlercliff roses surrounded surrounded by tiny pink sweetheart roses which were repeated in the shower. Klouise Wharlon, cousin of the bride was the bride's only attendant. attendant. She wore a ballerina length dross nf pink nylon marquisette, trimmed with satin, over taffeta. Her accessories were white and her corsage was of white carnation!;. carnation!;. Jirnrny Colburn served hi: brother as best man. Ushers were Preston Bowman of Browmvond and Bob flurdlcX, Limln Ann Stephens Stephens of Dallas and Lee Wharton of I Tons ton were tlie candlclight- ers. A reception was given, following Ihe ceremony by the bride's In the home of Mr. and Mrs. W h a r t o n , Clinrlene Black presided at the reHlsler. The bride's table was laid with a lace cloth over pink and was decorated with fern and rnscs surrounding surrounding the large crystal puncV howl, which was placed upon reflector. Serving were Mrs. W. L. Wharton, Wharton, Jr., of Houston, Mrs, Leon Stephens of Dallas anil Delates Wliarton. Out of town gucsls were Mrs J.eou Stephens and Linda Ann o Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. ton, Jr.. and Eloulsc Wharton o Houston; Mrs. Alma Hawkins and Donnfc of Waco; Nenl Patterson Waco; Mrs. J. (M. Bowman ant Preston Bowman, Brownwootl; Mr and Mrs. Jim C.irrington and Bet! of Vernon; .ind Mrs. A. S. Wer nor of Stephctivllle. Mrs. Colbnrn was wearing a nf eggshell colored crepe with rlilncstone trim when the eoiml left on their wedding trip. Her hat. gloves and shoes were pink The couple will Hve In Wlchitr Falls after June 1. The hrhTn a Is stationed at Shcppnrd Field.