Clipped From Garden City Telegram
i | j | ! Headrick'Heer Wedding Vows Exchanged in Methodist Ceremony An open Bible,.flanked by candles and bouquets of yellow and white chrysanthemums provided the setting for the exchange of vows July 20, at 2:30 in the afternoon, between Cynthia Lynn Headrick and Michael Ray Heer. The Rev. Jerold Vogt officiated in the double-ring ceremony at First United Methodist Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Headrick, 528 Summit, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Heer, 1710 Center St. Seven-branched brass can- dlelabra stood at either sWe of the prie-dieu, and yellow bows marked the family pews. Organist, Mrs. Howard Blanchard, accompanied Betty Rogers, Topeka, who sang "Charity", "I Love Thee", and "The Lord s Prayer". Lohengrin's "Bridal Chorus" and Widor's "Toccata" were played for the processional and recessional. Given in marriage by her parents, the bride chose for her marriage, a floor-length gown of bridal crepe, fashioned with long tapering sleeves and a shoulder yoke of Venise lace. The chapel-length wat- teau train was appliqued and edged with Venise lace. Her elbow-length veil of illusion was held by a dainty crown of lace and pearls. The scalloped edge of the veil was accented with pearls. She carried a crescent bouquet of phalaenopsis orchids with a cascade of yellow roses. Floor-length gowns of Kelly green were worn by the bride's attendants. Maid of honor was Shari Krey. Lorene Stoner and Shelley Greenwood, Hugoton, served as bridesmaids. Their summer sheer gowns were Aline in style, with a bow enhancing the yoke at the back. They wore bow headpieces of matching material, and each carried a basket of white daisies. Lighting the tapers were Celia Headrick, sister of the bride, and Bethany Greenwood, Hugoton. Ring bearer was Pamela Jo Sherer, Mullin- yille, niece of the bridegroom. Leasha Headrick, Wichita, cousin of the bride was flower- girl. All were attired in floor- MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL RAY HEEP (Cynthia Lynn Headrick) Biggs and Janeth Plett. At the gift table were Teresa McKeen and Barbara Smith, Liberal. Brenda Hampton, Overland Park, presided at the guest book. Honored guests were Mrs. Cortie Dunn, Hamilton, Mo., grandmother of the bridegroom; R. W. Headrick, Kismet, grandfather of the bride; Mrs. Celia Bryant, Liberal, great-aunt of the bride. The couple was graduated from Garden City High School, and is enrolled at Kansas State University. The bride is a sophomore, majoring in music education. .The bridegroom is a senior, with a major in electrical engineering. He is a member of the ROTC, and is captain of the KSU Varsity track tea-m. Following a wedding trip to Colorado, New Mexico and the Hemisfair, the couple will be at home at 1719 Center until their return to school in Man hattan.