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 - Double Wedding Unites Ann Orr and Lynn McLain;...
Double Wedding Unites Ann Orr and Lynn McLain; Jane Orr, Glenn Thomas The twin daughters of Dr. and Mrs. James Milton Orr were married in a double ceremony in their home, 1700 Dai- hart Street, at three o'clock Friday afternoon, November 29. Miss Margaret Ann Orr became the bride of Lynn Ross McLain, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. McLain, 1404 Childress Street. Miss Marjorie Jane Orr was married to Tommy Glenn Thomas, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas erf 1400 Dallas Street. The Rev. Raymond Dyess, pastor of First United Methodist Church, officiated at the double ring ceremonies, which were attended by members of the families and a few close friends. The vows were exchanged before an arch of candles, with arrangements of white gladioli and chrysanthemums in front. A trio of candles in holders of varied heights were at each side. Wedding music was presented by Mrs. J. C. Saunders of Lakeview, pianist. Dr. Orr gave his daughters in marriage. They wore identical formal length gowns of white imported Venice lace and bridal satin. The lace bodices featured jewel necklines and long fitted sleeves, while miniature satin bows marked the center of the empire waistlines. Their controlled A-line skirts were designed along skimmer lines. The detachable trains, edged in Venice lace, fell to chapel length from the back yokes, and each was adorned with two satin bows. Each bride wore a satin coif, appliqued with Venice lace and crystal beads that held her tiered veil of imported silk illusion. Matching bouquets were of white roses, centered with white orchids. Mrs. Joe Davis of College Station was the matron of honor for her sisters. She wore an A-line dress of gold silk shantung. Gold jeweled braid trim med the boat neck and bell sleeves, and her headpiece was a matching gold silk Dior bow and bouffant veil. She carried a cascade of yellow roses. Mr. McLain had as his best man his brother, Ted McLain. while Bryan Hatch of Lubbock was Mr. Thomas' best man. Guests were seated by Joe Davis of College Station, brother- in-law of the brides. Kicky Thomas of Lubbock, nephew of Mr. Thomas, lighted the candles. After the ceremony, Dr. and Mrs. Orr honored the couples with a reception. A white outwork linen cloth covered the table, and the brides' bouquets formed the centerpiece, and triple silver candlesticks were at the sides. Silver and crystal appointments wore used. Members of the house party were Miss Frances Hill of Hous* lea, Mrs. Leo Russel) of Canyon, Miss Linda Haning of Lubbock, Mrt< Mnd» L*cy of AT, Ungton, WM) MUs Anna Ratawy and is also a draftsman for Engineering Associates. Mr. Thomas attended Oklahoma State University and Texas Technological College and is now employed by Ralston Purina in Lubbock. Upon returning from their wedding trips, Mr. and Mrs. McLain will live at 2319 15th Street, Lubbock, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas will be at home at 1309 26th Street, Lubbock. Shower Honors Miss Benton Miss Margie Benton, the fiancee of Larry Patterson of Childress, was honored with a lingerie shower with Mrs. Bill Hunt as hostess. Refreshments were served ', from a table covered with a white cloth and centered with an arrangement of pink flowers. Candles were at each side. Mrs. Hunt and Mrs. Ralph Hicks presided. Attending were Miss Vickey Boen, Mrs. Jim Hodge, Mrs. Clyde Martin, Mrs. R. W. Benton, Mrs. W. E. Brinkley, Mrs. Cliff Whitten, Mrs. Jackie Hunt, Alice Patterson, Mrs. Hicks and the hostess, Mrs. Hunt. Hornsby Family Has Reunion Visiting in the home of Mrs. Hattle Hornsby and her daughter, Mrs. Anita Anglin, Thanksgiving Day were a large group of out-of-town relatives and friends. These included Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hornsby of Fate; Mrs. Juanita Hornsby of Amarillo; Ronny Anglin of Allen and his fiancee, Miss Sherri McLaughlin of McKinney; also Mr. and Mrs. Don Kruger and family, Gail Haily, and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hornsby and family of Dumas; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Woodard and family of Oklahoma City; Mrs. Olivia C'olman of Fate, and Britt Turner of Union Valley. Calling in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Dock Lewis, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Pete Scott, Mrs. Harold Yeager, Mrs. Nobie Browning, Roger Browning and Mrs. Jewel Goodnight. Norwood Couple Hoiff Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Donald Coleman of Samnorwood were hosts at a Thanksgiving dinner for members of their family and close friends on Thursday, November 28. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Shepherd of Panhandle; Guy H. Bell, Alex Bell, Lynette Vessel and Jerry Stiller of Amariilo; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pell, Judy and Byron; also Mr- and Mrs. Rtefeftrd 9*#* toy, Mike, Ricky and Steven; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ray, Teresa, Aletbea and J D.; Mrs. Jennie Montgomery, Mrs. Jimmy Thompson and WilUan; Mr. and Mrs. Orviile Cunningham and Mis» Karen Cunningham tow; Mn. Bread* Unto- ^P^( "BP^ •PWPrwj W CotMMA, B*ty «nd

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  1. The Wellington Leader,
  2. 05 Dec 1968, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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