Jack and Naomi White's wedding announcement
Wed Sunday Afternoon Miss Naomi Lee Oxendine, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oxendine Oxendine of Stark City, became the bride of Jackson Eugene White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph White of Granby, at four o'clock Sunday Sunday afternoon at the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Berwick. Rev. Lewis Mead of Fairplay, Mo. read the ceremony. The church was decorated with ferns, white gladioli and white mums. Racine York and Jackie Henry sang "When I Grow Too Old To Dream," accompanied by Mrs. Frank Mulvaney. Carl Parmley sang "Oh Promise Me", accompanied accompanied by his sister, Dolly Mae Parmley. Mrs. Mulvaney played traditional nuptial music. The bride was arrayed in a beautiful white .street-length dress, a white hat and other matching accessories. She carried a white Bible topped with red roses, and was given in marriage by her father. father. The Maid of Honor, Norma Jeanne Oxendine, sister of the bride and the bridesmaid, Ruth White, sister of the groom, were attired attired in matching street - length dresses of turquoise taffeta with matching accessories. Ralph Oxendine .served as his brother's best man, and Leon Oxendine, Oxendine, Carrol Parmley and Jerry Jerry JacKson were ushers. Mrs. Oxendine wore for her daughter's wedding, an aqua dress with matching accessories and a corsage of red roses. The groom's mother wore a gray two-piece dress and a corsage of red rases. Following the ceremony a reception reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Louise Nimmo, a friend of the brides, presided at the guest book. The table was covered with a lace cloth over yellow with the wedding cake as the centerpiece. The cake was three-tiered, decorated decorated with pink rosebuds and topped with a miniature bride and groom. Norma Jeanne Oxendine and Mary Ruth White presided at the punch bowl. Following the reception, Mr. and Mrs. White left for Wichita, Kan.