Clipped From Las Cruces Sun-News
Rite Miss Debra Anne Sullivan Bride Of Connie M. Norris Â» of a in having premier in- Neck Ti- His for by Robert also in Chil- writing music pre year as a Festival composed "The well- freelance and El Before an altar adorned with arrangements of pink and white gladioli and arched candelabra, Miss Debra Anne Sullivan became became the bride of Connie M. "Skeebo" Norris. Dr. Lloyd Hughes of St. Paul's United Methodist Church officiated officiated at the double-ring ceremony. ceremony. Parents of the coupK 1 are Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sullivan of Las Cruces, and Mr. and Mrs. C M Norris of Carlsbad. Dr. D a v i d Hogue accom.- panied Marty Sullivan as she sang "The Lord's Prayer." Steve Hicks sang "Simple Thingsof Life" and "Unchained Melody." As a duet, they presented presented "Take My Hand." Given in marriage by her father, father, the bride wore a formal gownof candlelight peau d'ange Lace, a band with lace appliques defining the Empire waistline. The dress was styled with a high collar, sheer yolk and sleeves and featured a chapel-length train. A Camelot headpiece held her veil of illusion, and she carried a crescent bouquet of white roses, stephanotis and baby's breath. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Miss Marty Sullivan, and bridal attendants were Miss Katrina Norris of Carlsbad, sister sister of the bridegroom; Mrs. Bobby Green of Albuquerque and Mrs. Robert Comyford, Gallup. They were attired in Empire gowns of pink voile trimmed with white daisies. Their Juliet headpieces were styled of daisy lÂ«ce, and their nosegays were of pink carnations. carnations. Attending as best man was Frank Hayes of Carlsbad. Etienne Etchvery, Carlsbad; Bobby Bird, Roswell, and Rodney Rodney Stevens, Espanola, were groomsmen. Mr. and Mrs. Connie M. Norris (Amador) Hostesses were Mrs. Bill Other guests were Randy Warbois, Mrs. Glen E. Smith, Cooper of Cuba, N.M.; Artene Mrs. Sam Morrow, Miss Vicki Singard, Los Lunas; and Miss Claudia Mrs. C.M. Sullins, Hobbs; ert Echols, Farmington; Calvert, Mr. and Mrs. vert. Miss Susie Squires, WayneFifer.allofElPaso; Roland Vickrey Cothern Streilmann. Registering guests was Miss Karson Denney. Attending from out-of-town were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hardin, Miss Tammy Pelton, Pelton, Miss Lisa Ogden, and Bill Waters, all of Carlsbad; Mr. and Mrs. Rill Warbois, IMr. and Mrs. Bobby Green and John Bracken, Albuquerque; Mrs. Richard Allgood and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Comyford, Gallup; Candelighters and ushers Wes Smith, Jim Smith, and Mr. were Robert Comyford, Sam and Mrs. Glen E. Smith, Anthony; Anthony; Miss Colynn White and Bud Bell, Clovis; and Miss Beth Lion held in 2:30 30, with an performance July 29. For contact Morrow and Bill Warbois. The bridegroom's brother, Jon Norris, Norris, was ring bearer. A cymbidium orchid corsage complemented the beige cotton lace dress worn by the bride's mother. Mrs. Norris also accented accented her costume, a blue and white knil dress, with a cymbidium cymbidium orchid. St. Paul's Fellowship Hall Easlburn, Truth or Consequences. Consequences. GOP Women To Hear Guest Natalia Lucero Dimatteo, Republican Republican candidate for Oona Ana county treasurer, will be and Mrs. Mrs. E.B. Buford, Tex.; Mrs. W.J. Wilks C.M. Norris, Floydada, Also present were Mr. Mrs. Dennis Wilks and Tulia, Tex.; Mrs. Mary family, Irving, Tex. and Teri Lovett and Tom Duncan, Ariz. After a wedding trip Ruidoso, the couple will reside S. Sixth Street in Carlsbad. or in back for the ig cake and candelabra with pink candles and carnations. A pink rose candle surrounded by cherubs, a gift of a family friend, centered the punch table. The meeting, to be held at 12:15 p.m. at Tegmeyer's Steak House, isopen to the public. For reservations, call Mrs. Edwin Meachem, 526-8682, or Mrs. Ira Farney, 526-8716.