herschell lairmore wedding

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herschell lairmore wedding - —English Etudlo Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Thixton,...
—English Etudlo Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Thixton, Holts Summit, Missouri wish to announce the engagement of their daughter, Beverly Sue, to James 0. Polly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Polly, Scruggs Station Road. No date has been set for the wedding. the W. In Double-Ring Ceremony Miss Rosina Bacon Becomes Bride of Herschell Lairmore Miss Rosina Bacon, daughter of |Mr and Mrs. George Miller Bacon, T7 H A lir^.^-4- TV/Trt/^^ —.*-,, OJ.^^.^4. l.n«« — .-. West McCartv Street, became lthe bride yesterday of Herschell -!Lairmore, son of Mrs. Nellie Lairmore, Cedar City, and the late George Lairmore. The Rev. Richard Demott performed the double-ring ceremony at Immanuel Baptist Church be- of lace over satin and net. Her floor - length gown was designed with a front and back lace panel, over softly pleated nylon tulle and satin. A lace bodice featured a sabrina neckline and tapered ivith net puffsr~ Little Miss Gail Jackson was lower girl. She wore a white ny- on dress with blue designs and accessories, and carried a basket filled with rose petals. Master eorge Bacon Jr. was ringbear- er. ' Kenneth Wayne Bennett was best man and Frederick Clark erved as groomsman. Ushering duties were performed jy James Norment and Richard Dalstein. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. 3acon chose a charcoal gray tweed with three-quarter length leeves and white accessories. Mrs. Lairmore, mother of the ;room, chose a charcoal gray 'ress with white accessories. Each wore a corsage of white carna- ions. A reception honoring the couple vas held from two until four p.m. t the home of the bride's par-j nts. I Assisting at the occasion were sleeves corning to points over theiRIrs. Robert Upschulte, Mrs. James hands. '-- - - - _ Miss Brenda Bacon, sister the bride, was the bridesmaid and fore an altar adorned with pink|Miss Ruth Bacon served as maid and white carnations and palms, of honor. They wore identical bal- Miss April Sue Barnett sang "Be- lerina-length gowns of nylon net cause" and "The Lord's Prayer,"iover taffeta, in power blue. Their The bride, given in marriage by I headpieces were of matching blue her father, chose a wedding gown land they carried white carnations! Ten Mile Drive. |Norment, and Mrs. John Nave, of in charge of the guest book. For her going away costume, the bride chose a charcoal gray tweed sheath with a black velvet collar, and black accessories. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home on South

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  1. Jefferson City Post-Tribune,
  2. 17 Jan 1960, Sun,
  3. Page 38

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