Sharron Kay Linkous
McNutt'Linkous Vows Exchanged Miss Sharron Kay Linkous, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William William Perry Linkous, 3417 Cardinal Cardinal St., Kingsport, and Leonard Leonard Wayne McNutt, Kingsport, Kingsport, exchanged wedding vows at .2:30 p.m. June 16 in the Cedar View Independent Methodist Methodist Church. T h e bridegroom's parents are Mr. nd Mrs. Thurman Troy McNutt, 133 Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Avenue, Kingsport. Rev. W. R. DilUon read the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Ann Flanary, organist, provided the wedding music. The church was decorated with 30 branch-type candelabra and two baskets of white gladioli gladioli and chrysanthemums. Two urns held green palm trees, and trees of greenery enter- twined the altar. .The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of bridal satin with a fitted, scalloped, scalloped, strapless bodice. The gored skirt was gathered at the waist and flowed into Â» chapel train. The jacket was of French lace and featured long pointed sleeves edged in lace with a double row of pearl buttons, buttons, down the front. The bottom bottom of the jacket featured scalloped lace. Her waist-length veil of gathered gathered illusion cascaded from a tiny pill box hat of matching bridal satin with tiny pearl buttons buttons holding the veil in place. She carried a cascade bouquet bouquet of white carnations with white streamers tied in love knots. Â· Mrs. Otis Summers, was the matron of honor. Her dress was a sleeveless, yellow satin sheath overlaid with lace on the bodice and skirt. She wore white accessories. The bridesmaids were Miss Fay Linkous, sister of the bride, Mrs. Peggy Lundy, sister sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. Joyce Gibson, and Miss Brenda Brenda Manis. They wore identical taffeta dresses in shades of pale blue, pink, yellow and green. The dresses featured full, gathered skirts and fitted bodices. Their open pillbox hats with veils were made of the same material. material. White pumps, white wrist- length gloves and pearls com- pleted the outfits. They, carried cjlonia! bouquets bouquets of white carnations en- tertwined with nylon net and tied with streamers of ribbon to match the dresses. Miss Donna Linkous was sister's junior bridesmaid. She wore a dress of pale orchid taffeta overlaid with orchid chiffon, chiffon, and a matching open pillbox pillbox hat and veil. Her flowers were identical to the bridesmaids. bridesmaids. Otis Summers was best Jerry Davenport and Paul Brown were the ushers. The mother of the bride a silk sheath of orchid print with matching sleeveless coat, orchid pillbox hat, matching gloves, white accessories and white carnation corsage. T h e bridegroom's m wore a navy blue linen dress with white accessories and a white carnation sorsage. The parents of the bride t reception at Holiday Inn. Betty Are Betty Reed Whetsel and James William Hall spoke nuptial vows June 1 at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Alexandria, Va. Rev. Willoer D. Mensing performed the double-ring ceremony at 2 p.m. at an altar decorated with baskets of pink carnations and white chrysanthemums. The bride is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Reed 1112 Nelms. Lane. The bridegroom bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Hall, 3121 South 12th Street, Arlington, Va. The bride wore a street length dress of bridal blue taffeta covered with imported cotton lace. Her veil of blue tulle was designed and made especially for her by her grandmother. She carried a white satin Bible topped with a white orchid and streaming satin ribbons. Her jewelry consisted of pearl earrings a single strand of pearls, gifts of the bridegroom.