Billy and Norma King Wedding announcement
Oxendine-King Vows Exchanged ^^^ Miss Norma Oxendine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oxendine of Route 1, Stark City, was united in marriage to Billy Joe King, son of Mr. and Mrs. John King of Paris, Tex., in a double ring ceremony held July 21 in the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Berwick. Rev. Lewis Mead of Fairplay. Mo., officiated at the ceremony. Preceding the ceremony Miss Joyce Stufflcbcam and Miss Naomi Bultcrfield sang solos, accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Maxine Mulvaney. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a ballerina length "gowii"'of bridal satin, styled with a portrait^ neckline. A fitted lace jacket was worn over the satin bodice. Her shoulder length veil of illusion was held in place by a band of flowers and she carried a bouquet of sweet peas and baby's breath tied with white satin streamers. The matron of honor, Mrs. Annie Ruth Stewart, sister of the groom, and the bridesmaid, Miss Dolly Parmlcy, wore gowns in pastel shades and wore matching headbands. The flower girl, Sliss Earline Haas, wore a pink dress. Gary Kinder was ring bearer. Johnny Stewart, brother-in-law of the groom, served as best man and Charles Miller and Phillips O'Hara were groomsmen. Leon and Ralph Oxendine', brothers of the bride, were ushers and Miss Carolyn Priest presided at the guest book. ... For her daughter's wedding Mrs, Oxendine wore a gray and white silk printed dress with white accessories and Mrs. King wore . a pink lace with, black accessories. Both wore corsages of white mums. Following the ceremony the wedding reception was held in - Mje church basement where the bride s tables were covered .with lace cloths over blue. A three-tiered cake centered one table and the crystal punch bowl sat on the other. Mrs. Racine York and Mrs. Leota Ferguson served. . , Upon returning from their honeymoon the bride and groom will make their home at Paris, Tex where the groom is employed with tbe Westinghouse, Company. The bride is a 1955 graduate of Midway high school and the groom was graduated from the Pans high school.