May-Hutchins marriage, May 1968, in Deming, NM, reported in Wl Paso Herald-Post, May 1968
Hutchi May And lins Vows Read Special to Ttifl Herald-Post Deming, N.M. - Wedding vows of Miss Madeline May and John Maynard Hutchins 3r. were exchanged on May in First Methodist Church with Rev. J.J. Spurlin officiating the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. May and the bridegroom, is the of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hutchins Sr, THE CHURCH was decorated decorated with white g l a d i w h i t e chrysanthemums. Candelabra holding white candles candles and adorned with white bows graced the altar. Mrs. Mrs. J .F. Furgason sang "The Lord's Prayer" was accompanied by Mrs. Baker, organist. Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a formal E m p i r e gown of ered lace with f i n g e Guinevere sleeves. The chapel p a n e ! train flows from shoulders and her veil is an imported Spanish lace iranril- la fastened to a comb with crown of white gardenias. She c a r r i e d a bouquet rosebuds, Mrs. Sandra Tharp of Las Cruces, N.M., was matron of honor. Her formal gown was of pink lace with a peau de sole inset and her pink tulle veil was held by a pink bow. She carried a bouquet of pink rosebuds. R A Y M O N D Bayard served as best man. U s h e r s were Clovis brother of the bride, Tom Bell and Tom Simmons of Espanola, Espanola, N.M. Gary May and Rick Folkmire were candle lighters. For her daughter's marriage Mrs. May wore a rose suit with black accessories. Mrs, Hutchins. mother of the bridegroom, bridegroom, chose a pale blue knit dress with white accessories. Both mothers wore corsages white rosebuds. Following the ceremony a reception was held in Fellowship Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Lee Jackson was hostess assisted by Mmes. Edita White. Pat Phares and Leann S h e l l e y . Merrianne May had charge of the bride's book.