Clipped From Garden City Telegram
Cook-Shirley Ceremony Performed in Manhattan Crestview Christian Church Manhattan, was'setting for the wedding of Betty Faye Cook and Clinton C. Shirley Jr. The Rev. Robert Martin offi ciated in the double-ring ceremony. ceremony. Sunday at 2 p.m. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Cook, formerly of Garden City, now living in Ulysses, and Mr. am Mrs. Clinton C. Shirley Sr., Manhattan. The altar was decorated with arrangements of assortet spring flowers in yellow and blue colors. Susan Van Dervoort of Dwight played traditional music music at the organ. The bride's father gave her in marriage. She wore a street- length dress of pale blue lace over talfeta. It was fashioned in A-line style with wrist- length lace sleeves. She wore matching pumps in lace design. design. Her shoulder-length veil was attached to a bow headpiece headpiece and she carried a white orchid on a white Bible. Mary Shirley and Bill Padgett, Padgett, both of Manhattan attended attended the couple. Miss Shirley wore a street-length dress of lemon-yellow lace over linen and carried a bouquet of mixed spring flowers. John Shirley, brother of the bridegroom, Manhattan; Verlin Verlin Jarvis, Ulysses, and the bride's brothers. Larry and Kenneth Cook, aiso of Ulysses, seated the guests. A reception f./r 100 guests took place in Fellowship Hall. The ushers attended the guest book.- The three-tiered wedding cake was decorated in white and topped with fresh daisies of yellow and white. Inga Van Dervoort, Dwight, poured punch and Greta Vawter, Vawter, Manhattan, served cake. Ait the gift table were Debbie Brightbill and PrisciUa Pippen. both of Manhattan. Honored guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl 'Cook, Garden City, grandparents of the bride, and Mrs. Winona Shirley, Shirley, Ottawa, grandmother of the bridegroom. The bride was graduated from Garden City High School in 1964 and is employed in the civilian personnel office at Fort Riley. The bridegroom was graduated graduated from Manhattan High School and, in 1970, from Manhattan Manhattan Area Vocational Technical Technical School. He is an elec- jronics technician for Midwest Appliance Center in Manhat- n. Area residents in Manhattan for the wedding include Mr. and Mrs. Errol Miller and children of Ulysses, and Mr. and Mrs. George Pappas and children, Garden City. Today's Mothers Guest Highlights Tour of Mexico Today's Motheiis Club was entertained entertained recently in the home of Mrs. Paul Gray, 1712 "A". Guest speaker was Mrs. Wallace Wallace Wilson. She gave the highlights highlights of a recent tour to Mexico Mexico City. Mrs.Wilson also displayed displayed gifts and mementoes from Mexico. Fourteen members answered roll call, "Did you know?". Hostess Wednesday of next week win be Mrs. Elvin Crockett, Crockett, 514 Chesterfield.