Aunt Judy's Wedding Announcement

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Aunt Judy's Wedding Announcement - A n orwoo Vows of the double ring ceremony were...
A n orwoo Vows of the double ring ceremony were spoken by Miss Judy Simpson of 211 South B., Monmouth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simpson of Alexis, and James Calhoun, son of Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Calhoun of 221 W. Broadway, Monmouth, Thursday, evening, in the Norwood United Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. J. L. Young officiating. Preceding the ceremony, organ selections were played by Mrs. Dean Anderson. A large Christmas tree and evergreen formed the setting for the service attended by close relatives. The couple was attended by Miss Mary Smallwood and Tom Calhoun, brother of the bridegroom. The bride was given in marrage by her father. Miss Simpson had gardenias pinned at the shoulder of her royal blue wool sheath dress, with which she wore a matching feather hat, black shoes and white gloves. A diamond and pearl lav- alier, worn by her grandmother and her mother on their wedding day, completed her attire. Miss Smallwood wore a two- piece red wool suit with navy blue accessories. Her corsage was white carnations. David Simpson and Sam Calhoun, brothers of the couple, greeted the guests at the door and ^Ixclian^ed ct (Churcli Miss Marcia Faye Brown, cousin of the bride, and Myron Simpson, brother of the bride, were in charge o£ the gifts. A reception was held at the church following the ceremony. The linen covered table was in keeping with Christmas. The tiered cake, topped with white sugar bells and ribbon was served by the bride's aunt, Mrs. Dean Simpson of Monmouth. Mrs. Wendell Brown, of Rt. 3, Galesburg, also an aunt of the bride, presided at the coffee service. Following the reception, the newlyweds opened their gifts and then left on an undesignated weekend wedding trip. » Mrs. Calhoun graduated from Aledo High School with the class of '58 and is a secretary at Monmouth College. Mr. Calhoun graduated in '55 from Aledo High School and served three years in the Navy before enrolling at Monmouth College in September. The couple will reside at IOWA E. Broadway, Monmouth. Christmas Stockings? Dutch children place wooden 1 shoes in a row outside their doors Christmas Eve to be filled with candy and gifts. American and English children adopted the custom but wisely substituted stockings for shoes — stockings stretch, but shoes won't. about are freezing. select full They of but of Mr. of afternoon . were and Rev. double was Silvis. Clute maid of little

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  1. Galesburg Register-Mail,
  2. 23 Dec 1958, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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