Kelley, 15 Jun 1950
. MISS KELLEY, BRIDE QF R. GLENN COLSON In a pretty ceremony solemnized solemnized Sunday, June 4 at 2;30 p. m., in the First Christian church, Miss Mary Lou Kelley, daughter of Mr. and >Mrs. Roy Kelley of StilWeli, became the bride of Roy Glenn Colson, Tulsa, son of P. C. Colson of Waycross, Ga. Rev. E. R. Hall, pastor, read the impressive double ring service before the altar banked with palms, fern and an assortment Saturday AT Grocery & SON GROCERY) 10 lbs. 86' (Banfield) 8-lb. bucket 1.29 Sooner cured, lb. 18* lb. 27* 2 lbs. 25* lb. 69* (on one counter, per can 10* PEN-PENCDL, and BALL POINT SET WITH EACH $15. PURCHASE PURCHASE ON THESE TWO DAYS WILL BE AT AS IN PAST AND COURTEOUS SERVICE EXTENDED Apples and Grapes off the Farm 117 :— Doss Stilwell, Mgr. LIMITS WITH $5.00 ORDER— of white summer flowers and lighted candles in tapering candelabras. candelabras. Mrs. Joe M. Lynch played a program of nuptial music preceding preceding the ceremony, and accompanied, accompanied, Mrs. Harold Ray Hart, who sang "I Love You Truly," and "Always." ' The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin gown, designed with a yoke of sheer marquisette, outlined with seed pearls. A tiara of seed pearls held her finger tip veil of illusion. She carried an orchid showered with white satin ribbons ribbons ,atpp a white Bible. I Mrs. R. H. Carter of Tulsa, sister sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a white organdy -dress over orchid taffeta, and carried a nosegay of pink and white carnations. Henry Williams of Tulsa, was best man to Mr. Colson. Ushers were Karl and William Kelley, candle lighters were Bob and Tom Kelley, all brothers of the bride. Miss Mary Francis Lockard had charge of the bride's book. MPS. Kelley, mother of the bride, wore a navy sheer dress, and a corsage of red rose buds. ,At the reception held on the lawn at the Kelley home, following following the ceremony, the bride's table was centered with a four- tiered wedding cake, amid an ar rangement of pink and white carnations and candelabara. Mrs. Wm. Earl Kelley and Mrs. Karl Kelley served punch and cake, Following a short honeymoon trip in the Ozarks, the young couple is at home in Tulsa KELLEY FAMILY IN REUNION HERE visiting D. Seldom can a large family of children, living in widely scattered scattered parts of the country and in Canada, get together for a family family reunion, but the Roy Kelley family did just that last week. Main reason for them congregating congregating at home at . this particular time, was to attend the wedding of their sister, Mary Lou, on June 4. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley^ are the parents of twelve chihawsn, eight boys and four girls, and all twelve and their families were here for a week's visit, and are: Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kelley, Poplar, Mont.; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Earl Kelley, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Russell Russell Kelley, Tulsa; Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Kelley and two children of Glendive, Mont., and Bob, Tom, Wayne and Dale of the home; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Carter of Tulsa, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Colson of Tulsa, and Joan and Betty Sue of the home. Mr. P. C. Colson of Waycross, Ga., lather of Glenn, was also a guest in the Kelley home.