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MORRISON-TAYLOR wedding - Miss Willie Marie Morrison , R. Taylor Wed The...
Miss Willie Marie Morrison , R. Taylor Wed The marriage of 1 Miss Willie Marie Morrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Morrison, of Stony Point, and Mr. Joseph B. Taylor, of Denton, was solemnized Tuesday evening at seven o'clock at the home of th\ bride's brother, Mr. Ziem Morrison, and Mrs. Morrison, 221 ,Davie avenue, this city. vuily relatives and a few intimate friends attended the ceremony which was performed by Rev. J. C. Bridges, of Taylorsville. The service included the ring ritual. In the living roorft of the homo, where the vows were spoken, an altar of white and green had been improvised before the large double windows. White floor-stand- ards, twined with trailing cedar, held f/athedral tapers and on either aide were tall baskets pf white hydrangeas and Queen Anne's lace. Candles and bowls of flowers on the mantel completed the simple and pretty set- «~ Aa the candles were lighted just before the ceremony by the bride 'A only brother, Mr. Ziem Morrison, and [her brother-in-law, Mr. Dewey Speaks, Miss Edith Hunt, of Lexington. Lexington. who was at the piano, played "I Love You Truly." Miss Hunt played played the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin" as the bridal party entered the living room and during the ceremony "To a Wild Rose" by MacDowcll. Mendel| sshon's wedding march was recession- [ni. Thr bride's only attendant was her small niece, Patty Morrison, ringbear- er, who preceded the, bridal couple in • to the living: room, She wore a floor- length dress of baby blue net, trimmed trimmed with bows of pink ribbon, and a pink bow in her hair, and carried the ring in an old fashioned nosegay. The bride, who entered with the bridegroom, wore a dusty pink ch- eemble, with navy and white accessor^ ies, and H shoulder bouquet of gardenias gardenias 'and swainsona. Mrs. W. E. Morrison, the bride's mother, wore a dress of black sheer, rwith corsage of white carnations. The bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Ted Trexler, Trexler, of Denton, wore powder blue fehoer, and her flowers were pink swectpeas. The pianist, Miss Edith Hunt, was in pink printed crepe, with shoulder spray of pink carnations. Immediately after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Taylor left for a wedding wedding trip in western North Carolina, and on their return will be at home in Denton. The bride is a graduate of Scotts high school, of Mitchell College, and the Appalachian State Teachers College College at Boone. Following her graduation graduation she taught music for one year at Scotts and for the past four years has been teaching at Silver Valley school, near Lexington. Mr. Taylor is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George H. Taylor, of Denton. He was educated in the Denton Denton schools and is in business in Denton, Denton, being owner and operator of Taylor's Dry Cleaners.

Clipped from Statesville Record And Landmark12 Jun 1941, ThuPage 4

Statesville Record And Landmark (Statesville, North Carolina)12 Jun 1941, ThuPage 4
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