Clipped From Neosho News

jekubica Member Photo

Clipped by jekubica

 - Miss Barbara Ann Price Becom in Bride of James...
Miss Barbara Ann Price Becom in Bride of James D. N June 8 Miss Barbara Ann Price, daugh-|Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sloan, and ter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Price, odman the bride of es Dwight Newell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Newell also of Goodman in an 8 p.m. candle- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bergen of ( Joplin; Mrs. Jewel Price of Oro-;at nogo, p.m. candle- £«**'• A ™-' n light ceremony June 8, in the ^ vm ^ chb ° ld - * , „ Goodman First Baptist Church. l R °™ a , Str **' P ™ dm * Mo - Mr The The Rev. John V. Philliber 0 fl am L M . rs - John Temiison and Jer- Pmeville; Morriw, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles|P Mr and Mrs < ivir. ana Mrs., M1SS •-- Greene. Mrs. J. w Mrs. Leo Joplin performed the double-ring ceremony in the presence of relatives relatives and friends. The front of the sancti centered with a fan-shi rangement of white bordered b seven-branch cande labra entwined with green foliage r* 11 ** *** ^*^ t 3 ^^ A^& ^ M M -m- A -l_ either side. Mr. and Lan Lett. Mr. and and Mr. and was ar jJames Jones, Neosho; Mr. Mrs. Vau Mrs. Cora Gum, Miss Lena and Mrs. Lowell 'and J Mrs. Mrs. and ^ « Stla:1 urn Warren as the guests assembled, and companied Charles Goade who sang "I Love You Trul "I'll Walk Beside You/' After the vows were exchanged Loud « OkJa the the bride sang "Because" accompanied accompanied by the organist. : Given in marriage by her father, father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of silk organza over! taffeta, trimmed with imported i Swiss rose applique. The back) featured tiny, self-covered buttons. buttons. She wore a tiny teardrop pearl necklace, a gift. from the bridegroom. The bridal bouquet was a cascade of white roses and white il- W* •*»*»* ^» , _ f Mrs. Helen Chancellor, organist,™played organist,™played traditional wedding music D .*catur Ark : Mrs. Abegail Lan-1 ""' T "d Sloan, Mr. and and Mrs. Loren Wilson. Anderson; and Mr. arrd Mrs. Ross Mr Georgia Georgia Lee Cooper and Missouri . .," d .r f 171 'i is Rliine, Me- .(Murphy Studio Photo) Ni an stephanotis placed on a Bible. A fingertip veil of silk lusion cascaded from a pearled Ch and d family, Lt. Col. Miss and sequined tiara. Miss Millie Standefer and Squire of Neosho were maid-of-honor and bridesmaid, wore identical Dacron with lace-trimmed bodices and skirts of impressed pleats. Both wore hats of white tulle. c and heels es. of groomsman. Se >*re Rich f rc « and John ^ e11 ' 1 tl — of the groom, and Jim- White gloves their ens carried colonial and white carnations. J. V. McGahan served as best man and Duane Lett, Neosho, as groomsman. Serving as ushers Spiva ... am, N. J., Thurman Spiva and family. Wichita, Wichita, Kan., have been visiting in the home of their mother, Mrs. Bessie Spiva of Neosho, and also their sister, Mrs. Clyde Cook and family. Norman Spiva works for and Bradstreet in New York City. Capt. Bill Handle and have returned to their \ Fort his family ome in Worth, mother, Tex., Mrs. after visiting Clyda Rande, of the was . cous * n dress of white lace ' carrying pink v •• _. i^ — ~._ _-_ ^ > _ _ _ _ ^ i • I* ^ Price, penny Parker, of the bride, and Kenn lighted the tapers. Flower Reva Gum, Rocky bride, silk Mr. ford in Sen&ca. They also visited Stilhvator. Olda., where Capt. Randle attended while working on his master's gree and in Wichita, Kan., where he was stationed at McConnell Air Force Base for eiffht and one- weann * xe \ertn'half years. He is now stationed ffirl at Carswell AFB. Fort Worth. f^ f , Mr. and Mrs. Rex Bowers of Springfield, spent Tuesday with and ses. Joe McGahan carried the tokens offi a white pillow edged with lace. ^ Iiss ^ in(la Criim, Rocky Comfort, Comfort, cousin of the bride, presided at the guest book. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Price chose a dress of pink Dacron with pink and beige ac- cessories. She wore a corsage of carnations. The groom's mother wore a beige lace sheath beige accessories. Her corsage was of pink held in the the wedding. hrifty A reception was church following three-tiered wedding cake was topped with a bride and groom. The covered with a white miniature table was lace cloth .over pink. The center piece was i white and pink roses. Reception Margaret assistants were i Chancellor, Mrs, Mrs. Helen Chancellor, Chancellor, Mrs. Ada Hazzard, and Mrs. Beth Hill. I Out-of-town guests ncluded Mr. and Mrs. Bob and Annette, and Mrs. Fitzgearld, Anita Lufkin, Tex,; Mr. James Newell, Belleville, Belleville, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wingo, Treva Ann and Claudia, Washington, D. C.; Mm. Mable Casper, Wyo.; Fred Chicago; Mrs. John Sandra and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence iNaramore, Weseman, Welsh,

Clipped from Neosho News16 Jun 1963, SunPage 2

Neosho News (Neosho, Missouri)16 Jun 1963, SunPage 2
jekubica Member Photo

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in