Gerald Lee Beardall and Colleen Hutchings
Justwed Jerry Beardalls Now Making Home In Provo SPRINGVILLE — Joining early December justweds are Jerry Beardall and the former Colleen Hutchings, popular members of Springville's younger set who were wed Dec. 2 in the Manti LDS Temple. Attending wedding rites were -Bernell and Gerald Hutchings, Earl Beardall, and Neil Beardall were ushers. In the gift, room were Mrs. Howard Ivory, Mrs. Ivan Nielson, Mrs. Max Merryweather, and TJ1.C j\Ltcim f o *• ^-*******& » -»—— -• — - j -.—- — parents and family members of | Mrs. Charles Baum. the couple. Jerry is the son ofj Superv i s i n g kitchen Mr. and Mrs. Oren L. Beardall andj aut<c activities Mrs. Andrew Underwood, Colleen is the daughter of Mr. and| were Mrs A«orew --™' Mrs Loren Hutchings, all of this!Mrs. Charles Stewart, Mrs. Scotj c ity. I Beardall, Mrs. CloydHatfield, The Springville Fourth-Seventh Mrs. Laurel Cook. Guests were Ward hall was the scene of a served by Geneil Felix, Carla Bar- wedding reception honoring the| n ey, ARnita Richmond, *nd Bar- young couple held Friday evening,' - - ' Dec;- 4. Before an arbor of yellow, white, and pink flowers, the briday party greeted the many friends and-relatives who called. The bride- was radiant in a gown of lace and net with lace panels which dipped into the frothy folds of the full skirt. A stand-up collar topped the lace bodice. Her veil of lace and net was caught to pearls. Dainty , crown of seed stephanotis with ribbon streamers framed the large orchid of her bridal bouquet. Colleen asked her sister, Joyce bara Carter. The colorful three-tiered wedding cake topped with a heart and wedding bells, was displayed on a lace covered table with pink and green candles. During the reception hours string music was furnished by Betty Hoover, Ann Johnson, and Mrs. Bliss Hoover. At the program which concluded the evening entertainment, Alvin Taylor was master of ceremonies, and appearing on he program were Dr. G. B. Orton, Kent Crandall, Ronnie Baum, Betty Hoover, Kay w«±it».« — — — _-_---, . Konme Baum, neny xiuuvci, noj Wilson, as matron of .honor She R Bob Curtis, who gave wore a rose satin drfess, with a — . . •, nnv . ]tv numbers and white "and pink corsage. Gwen was maid of honor and ' J.iaalUU^U^'*') »*WM »— , -. a — musical and novelty numbers and Arnold Wilson and Mrs. J. H. /viuuiu »mown «»«*• -..~~- -. -— Thorn who gave toasts to the bride J 'mdegroom. | couple are making their Car°orFisher;"Geneil Stewart andjhome in Springville. Maxine Nelson, frocked in pinkj net over taffeta, were brides-1 . . . . . \ /~\ maids. - j Third Word Choir .cc»« «. brldaj white and pink came from the pale blue formal worn by Mrs. Hutchings and the one of soft yellow worn by Mrs. Beardall. Each wore corsages of white and pink. Kent Crandall performed duties of best man. the Attending the, bride's book was Gail Williams and receiving gifts were -Nancy Beardall, Karen ed Practice Sunday Members of the Provo Third LDS Ward choir are requested to meet for rehearsal Sunday imme diately- following Sunday School. Special numbers will be prepared for a Christmas program Wt^TA^. il dUV J **^-B**. U-dJ-Ly *».«**. V-*» f*»f- — — — -•"- •—- — -. —• Hutchings, and Deanne Stewart, to be given the following Sunday.