Neva Chappell Gerald S Hutchings wedding published 19 May 1960
MR. AND MRS. GERAI/D HUTOflNGS (Neva Chappell) Neva Chappell Becomes Bride Of Mr. Hatchings In Church SPiRTNGVILLE — In a lovely gown of lace and net, the former Neva Darlene Chappell became the bride of Gerald S. Hutchings in wedding rites performed recently in the Springville Third-Ninth Ward Church. Grant S. Thorn performed the ceremony in the presence of the couple's parents: Mr. and Mrs. William LaVon Chappell and Mr. and Mrs. Loren H. Hutchings, and other family members and close iEriends. The bride's gown was fashioned fioorJength with tiered bouffant j^kint, tapered sleeves and scal- Iqped neckline. A crown of seed- pearls released her veil and she carried a white orchid bouquet iwith pink roses and stephanotis tied with pale green streamers. Mrs. Guy (Flora) Chestnut, sister of the bride, who was matron of honor, was attired in light green, while Marlene Warren, maid of honor, and bridesmaids, Maryan Haymond, Sharon Bona, Mary Lou Snow, and Shirley Smith wore ifrocks of green and white check. Matching checked bows and wisps of net formed their hats and they carried baskets of yellow and white flowers. Mrs. Chappell wore blue and the mother of toe groom chose lavender. Their ensembles were completed with, corsages of pink carnations. Berneli Hutchings, brother of the groom, was best man. At the door to greet the guests for the reception were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wilson and the Sheldon Chappell's, while Vickie and Sue Chestnut attended the guest book. Arranging gifts were Linda Pyper, Erlene Child, Mrs. Jerry Beardall and Mrs. Craig Chappell. Assisting with the serving were Karen Haymond, Karen Oldrcyd, Lynda Houser, Lona Lee Child, Suzanne Strong, Karen Hutchings and Linda Ann Alleman. Gloria Sargent furnished organ music throughout the evening and ushering was done by Robert Nelson.