Parsons-Lindsey Vows 5 Nov 1947
Parsons-Lindsey Vows Are Read October 12 The marriage of Miss Edna Earle Lindsey, daughter of Mrs. James S. Lindsey of ShelbyviUe, Term., and Davis Garrett Parsons of Durant, Okla., and Paris, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Parsons of Paris, was solemnized Oct. 12 at the home of the bride's mother with the Rev. Homer A. Cate, pastor of the First Baptist Chruch, officiating at the double ring ceremony. ceremony. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Vernon Redd, oragnist, played "Because", "0 Promise Me" and "I Love You" and Mrs. Robert 3rown lighted the tapers. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Damon W. Lindsey o£ Huntsvllle, Ala., wore an ice blue crepe dress with brown accessories accessories and carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums. Miss Marjorie Lindsey of Huntsville, Huntsville, Ala., sister of the bride, and Robert Brown attended the couple. A reception was held following the ceremony. Mrs. Robert Brown, Mrs. Wllburn Palmer and Miss Lucy O'Neal of Huntsville, Ala., served. After a wedding trip, the couple will make their home in Shelby- viUe where the groom Is connected connected with the J, E. Williams Wholesale Wholesale Grocery Co. The bride is a graduate of Bradley Bradley High School at Huntsville and North Alabama Business college and is now bookkeeper at T. D, Hawkins Gin Co. The groom is n graduate of Paris High School and Paris Commercial College and attended attended Texas Tech at Lubbock. Mrs. Lindsey entertained the wedding party with a buffet supper supper Oct. 11. The the Big For the are The report or population of ' "Any largely •bomb."