Goodin & Whitener newspaper marriage annoucement
Nine used a l e d In Candlelight Ceremony Miss Naomi Goodin Becomes Bride, of Billy Whitener broth- Independence, of with and orange t t e s , white Fawver and Ver- Miss with was Mr. University Aarat Miss Naomi Lucinda Goodin,, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Benjamin 0. Goodin, 911 Moreau Drive, became the bride of Billy G. Whitener,. son of Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Whitener, Marquandt Missouri, last evening at the First Methodist Church in a /candlelight ceremony. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. D. Russell Lytle before an altar decorated with Red PoinsetU plants and Holly. Carl E, Burkel, organist, played the traditional wedding music preceding the ceremony. Bob Balmer sang "I Love You Truly," "Because'* and immediately after the ceremony, ''The Lord's Prayer." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of de- lustered satin fashioned with 'a scoop neck and long sleeves tapering to a point over the wrist. The fitted bodice was accented at the neckline with heavily re-embroidered alecon lace; The appliqtied lace motif was repeated on the front panel of the very full bouffant skirt of unpress- ed folds which extended into a flowing Chapel train. Her fingertip Frenca illusion veil was secured by a white satin rose outlined with pearls. She carried a white Bible, a childhood gift from her maternal grandparents, overlaid with a white orchid. Mrs. . roommate of the bride, was Matron of Honor and Miss Fattie Goodin, sister of the bride, and Miss Judy Whitener, sister of the bridegroom, served as bridesmaids. They wore street length dresses of moss green Peau de Soie, styled with scoop necklines and three- quarter length sleeves. The bell skirt was accented with a draped neck and slanting bow. Matching headresses with circular veils completed their ensembles and they carried cascade bouquets 6f red carnations surrounded with Holly. Miss Jody Hoffmeyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffmeyer, was flower girl. Her dress was fashioned similar to the bride's at* endants and she wore a Small wrist corsage of red feathered carnations and Carried a basket edged in holly and containing white pedals. Master Randy Whitener, nephew of the bridegroom, served as ring- bearer. ' Mr. Whitener chose his brother, Bobby Joe Whitener of Marquand, as bestman. Bennie Goodin, brother of the bride, and David served as groomsmen. Candlelighters were Charles Goodin, cousin of the bride, and Gene Fox. Ushering duties were performed by Marlin Luker, Hob Schmer, Smith and Bill McKittrick. The bride's mother chose for daughter's wedding a two-pieced slightly tailored blue ensemble The sheath dress was wool jersey The full length coat was of cres cendo wool with Combed finish complimented' with blue feathered hat and black accessories. ' The groom's mother chose a green jersey sheath with black accessories^ Each mother wore a corsage of orchids. Mrs. Maude Fairchild, aunt of the bride, was in charge of the Jerry D. Aaron, former reception immediately following ceremony in the church dining room. Those assisting were Miss Johnson, Miss Virginia Wright, Homer Stude,' Mrs. James Schutt, Mrs. Bill Kauffman, Mrs. R....L. Russell ill, Mrs. Janelle Â· Daro, Mrs. Mitch Massman, Miss Alycea Kay Higgins. The guest book was attended Miss Judy Fox, while the gift was attended by Mrs. CvJ.. and Mrs. Sydney E, Fox. After a short wedding .trip the newly .married couple will reside at 702 Washington. / For 5 her going away ensemble, Mrs. Whitener chose a dark plaid walking suit accented by a black fox collar and black accessories. Mr, Whitener is a member of the .Missouri Highway Patrol. bride is a 1960 graduate of the Missouri Baptist Hospital School of Nursing and is employed at the Charles E. Still Hospital. Out of town guests were Mr. Mrs. N. F. Whitener, parents of the groom, Miss Judy Whitener. sister of the groom, Mr ; and Mrs. Bobby Joe Whitener and son all of Marquahd, Missouri; Dean Higgins, uncle of the bride, Slater, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry D. Benton, Illinois; Mrs. Florence Bosch, Belleville, Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Winters and daughter of Webster Groves, Missouri; "Miss Virginia Wright, Miss Sharon Johnson, Paul Koch, all of St. Louis, Missouri; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Stude of Bland, Missouri; and and Mrs. -Robert L. Morrison sons of Jacksonville, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Godin entertained with a rehearsal dinner Friday their home, 911 Moreau Drive.