Pauline Barns Wedding 1942, part 1
A. W. James Jr., Miss Barns Marry MRS. A. W. JAMES JR. Miss Pauline Barns, clotighter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Barns, 52D Malone Street, became tlie bride of A. W. J nines Jr. of Ponder at 5 p.m. Saturday when the double ring ceremony was rend in the First Baptist Church by the pastor, Dr. Frank Wecclon. The alter was banked with ferns, palms nnd floor baskets of white gladioluses, and lighted with cathedral candelabra holding white tapers. Ralph Daniel was at the. organ for the traditional wedding marches, marches, .soft music during the ccrcmnoy and accompanying Wallace Harper Mann, cousin of the bride, who played "I Love You Truly" as a flute sola, and Miss ELhelston Provence, Provence, who sang "Because" and "O Promise Me." The bride was given in marriage [ by her father. She wore an after- \ noon length white eyelet embroid- ered marquisette over white ,snlln, fashioned with a fitted bodice to which was gathered a full skirt at a low waist line. Her accessories accessories were blue and she wore a shoulder shoulder corsage of gardenias. Miss Gladys Fern church was the bride's only attendant, wearing a vhite eyelet simitar to the bride's \nd a shoulder corsage of talisman •oses. Her accessories also were blue. Maurine Davis of Dccatnr, brother brother of the bridegroom, was best man nnd Jess Boydston, Charles S. Mann nnd Joe Barns were ushers.