dorothy lairmore wedding
.. Before her marriage yesierday alternoon, Mrs. Larry Neil Fnssell was Miss Dorothy Lou Lairmore, daughter of Mrs. Mable V. Lairmore, 705 Maple St. Thebride- groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Fussell of East Prairie. Lairmore-Fussell Marriage Vows Solemnized Yesterday Afternoon The marriage of Miss Dorothy!while she carried a white orchid Music Names Â· The on Thursday of Mrs. |Adams St. G. Hubert C. Hoefcr. Election ing year meeting by Mrs. officers arc president; first Gilcrest, [Mrs. O. I d c n t recording Stuart secretary; and treasurer. Reporters convention of the j Music i Louis Rowland Following brunch was hostesses. Pink covered Schnider, Mrs. Earl generally Twccdie, Mrs. S. Gilcrest. After the Governing business over by Accepted club were Harold Mrs. William Wing Visits W i n g Memorial by Mnhos an Tile Price, Miss Peggy Lou Lairmore and Larry Neil Fussell Fussell took place yesterday afternoon afternoon at 4 o'clock at the First Church of God. The former Miss Lairmore is the daughter of Mrs. Mable V. Lairmore, 705 Maple St., while Mr. Fusscll's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Fussell of East Prairie The Rev. Orvile Lairmore, uncle uncle of the bride of St. Charles performed the double-ring ceremony. ceremony. Wedding music was provided provided by Miss Naomi Anderson of Kansas City, pianist, and DeLon Hales of Anderson, Ind. Mr. Hales sang the "Lord's Prayer," "At Dawning," and "Because." Don Lairmore of Rolla gave his sister in marriage. For her wedding, wedding, the bride wore a gown of lace and net over bridal satin. The bodice was fashioned with a scooped neckline and long pointed pointed sleeves. The four tiered skirt was of net and lace. A small white cup of net trimmed with white flowers secured her finger-tip veil, The Waters Return From Western Trip Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Waters, 108 Fulkerson St., just returned from a three-week's tour of the western states and Mexico. In San Diego, Calif., they were and family, guests of their son Ens. and XIrs. Gene Waters and daughter. Beth. While in California, California, they also toured Los Angeles. A trip to Mexico and * visit to Tucson, Ariz,, were mitde enroute home. Before arriving in Jefferson City, the Waters visited another son and family, Trooper and Mrs. Jack Waters and children, Gwin and Jackie, In Lebanon, * * * Schmitz-Gibbs Vows Exchanged Miss Mary Ann Schmitz, d a u g h ter ter of Mr. and Mrs. William B Schmitz, 723 W. McCarty St., became became the bride of James Robert Gibbs at 11 o'clock yesierday morning at St. Peter's Church. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gibbs, Roule 2, Columbia. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. A. Vogol- wcid performed the double-ring surrounded by daisies nnd chrysanthemums. chrysanthemums. . The honor attendant, Miss Norma Jean Hales of Kansas Cily, was atlircd In a pale green ballerina- lenglh gown of net over t a f f e t a . The skirt was mttde in three tiers. She carried a bouquet of yellow rose sand bright yellow chrysanthemums. chrysanthemums. The bridesmaids were attired in gowns identical in style lo thai worn by Miss Hales. Miss Gladys) Stiuier of Anderson, Inrt., wore a pink dress, while Miss Kay Henley Henley chose pale blue. Miss Dolores Lairmore wore lavender and Miss Dean Galllon of Flat, wns attired in an nqiin gown. Each girl held bouquet of yellow roses. Tlie little flower gins were Dolly Dolly Fredericks nnd Suzctt Bhimer. They wore yellow organdy dresses over taffetn. Serving as best mnn was Frnnk Dameival o( St. Louis. The ushers included Peter Yinnnos of Alton, 111.; Chnrlcs Althlcde, Medhi Ford, and Kenneth Riley of Rolln. A reception followed the ceremony ceremony in the church parlors. Pink roses were used to decorate the reception room. Assisting wllh the reception serving with Miss Donna Donna Lairmore, Miss Claudclle Short Miss Clnudelle Hoyer, and Mrs Ronald Compton of East Prairie. For her going-nway costume, the bride chose a black sheath dress trimmed in white. Her corsage corsage was a w h i t e orchid, nnd she wore blnck accessories. The couple will be at home In Chicago, where the bridegroom will be employed with the Sinclair Research Research Lnboratorles. The former Miss Lairmore Is a graduate of the Jefferson City High School where she wns member of the Benr Club. She also served ns president of the Central Missouri Youth Rally of Ihe Church of God. The bridegroom bridegroom will graduate May 28 froin the Rolla School of Mines as n chemical engineer. At Rolla, he was a member of Tnu Beta Pi Alphn Chi Sigma, and the Blue Key fraternities. Attending the wedding from out of town were Miss Naomi Anrfcr- Lloyd Bcds- -, -lid.; Mr. nnl Mrs. Clarence Buel; St. Clair;. Â·--., Miss Sandra Crim and Jerry Hed-j and man, Columbia; Miss Jane Gallion, Gallion, FInt; Lnrry MrCaw, Anderson, Anderson, Ind.: Mr. and Mrs. Loren Pat-lain, Goodyear, Ariz.; and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Complon and Mi- Miss Mary Ortmcyer, Joyce lor, Miss Beverly Jefferson C i son, Kansas City; worth, Anderson, . . ~ . - . ,-*.. Â».Â»Â» . L i t ,, Hit \ A \ J M I J I t : - 1 INK ] Â» , . , ' . ceremony. Miss Bettv Plogstcdl . . rs- -Manuel Adkisson, served as organist, while Lonnie. ' !i "' ic \yekenDoi'g provided vocal selections. selections. Given in marriage by her father, Miss cy, d J o h n 50 West, candidates Arts Colegc Monday, Dr. Professor Dcnn of nnd University, graduates commencement held on degrees President The will be Richard U n i v H n u e next guests l a w n Sunday evening the Choir, H e r a b a c c Wed at St.