Swafford file Diane Martin wedding minnie shupe 13 Jul 1977
Martin-Dye Marriage Vows Miss Diana Martin and Charles Grant Dye exchanged marriage vows at halt past two o'clock on Saturday, June 11, at the Conway Boatman Chapel. The Reverend Dr. Raymond Gibson, Campus Minister at Union College, performed the d o u b l e - r i n g c e r e m o n y . Proceeding the ceremony, Mrs. Raymond Gibson, organist, played favorite selections of the bride and groom. "Evergreen" and the traditional Lohengrin and Mendelssohn Wedding Marches were used for the processional and the recessional. Straw hat baskets filled with white mums flanked the steps leading to the alter. Palm trees, ferns, two brass candeleabra with white can- dles, and white roses decorated the alter. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white eyelet gown with eyelet lace edging the flounce of the cathedral length train and the scooped neckline flounce. Her sash was of the same lace and bowed in the back with extra long streamers. She wore a large picture hat covered with eyelet'and banded with mat- cliing lace and long streamers. A white ribbon adorned with a white rose bud encircled the bride's neck. She carried a colonial style bouquet of white sweetheart roses and babies breath. Miss Sylvia Styles of Cin- cinnati, Ohio, maid of honor, wore a gown of blue and yellow floral print on a white background. She carried yellow spring flowers tied with a white ribbon. The bridesmaids, Mrs. Larry Sizemore from Man- chester, Kentucky and Miss Betty Blevins from Harlen, Kentucky, cousins of the bride, and Miss Kelley Martin and Miss Dayna Martin from Columbus, Ohio, nieces of the bride, wore identical costumes and carried identical bouquets. The flower girl, Miss Rae Ann Martin of Columbus, Ohio, niece of the bride, wore a long blue dress and carried a basket of white rose petals. - ' Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· Rick Dye served as his brother's best man. David Martin of Columbus, Ohio, and Chaz Martin, nephews of the~ bride, and Ronnie Mitchell were ushers. Douglas Martin of Columbus, Ohio, and Donnie Martin, brothers of the bride, greeted guests as they arrived^ at the chapel. Mrs. Martin chose for her daughter's wedding a blue floor length gown and Mrs. Dye, the groom's mother, wore a floor length gown of pale blue. A reception was held at the Union College Student Center following the ceremony. The table, covered with a white cloth, was centered with the three tier wedding cake topped with yellow roses and babies breath. Mrs. Douglas Martin from Columbus, Ohio, and Mrs. Donnie Martin, sisters-in-law of the bride, were the hostesses. Miss Kathy Austin of Mur- freesboro, Tennessee, Miss Nancy Blair, Miss Beverly Disney and Mrs. Steve Jeffera assisted with the hospitalities. Mrs. Minnie Shupe was in charge of the bride's book. The couple Is now at home in Lexington, Kentucky, where Mr. Dye is a fourth-year student, at the University of Kentucky Medical School and Mrs. Dye will be working as a substitute teacher in the fall. Out-of-town guests attending the Martin-Dye wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Martin and children, Kelley, David, Dayna, and Rae Annof Columbus, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin and daughter, Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Barry and son John, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Martin Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mays, Mr. David Martin and Miss Pat Malloy, all of Dayton, Ohio; Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Collier and daughters, Deronda dn Heather, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Patterson and son Joe, Â· Miss Madge Ridnour and Miss Katie Webb, all of Louisville, Ken- tucky; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mays, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Barns, and Miss Sylvia Styles of Cincinnati, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Rohunan and son, Jason, of Villa Hills, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hansel of Mrs. Charles G. Dye Edgewood, Ky.; Mrs. Burton Powers of Miamlsburg, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ridnour, Mr. Paul Rice, Mr. Don Dwyer, Mr. Monty Metcalf, Mr. Larry Hutchinson, Mr. Clark Bailey, Mr. Wayne Drury, and Miss Renee Sanders, ^ all of Lexington, Ky.; Dr.' anB- Mrs. Donald Johnson, Mr. anjrj Mrs. Don L. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Rod Messer, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Handy of London, Ky.; Mrs. Airy Noe, Mr. Gary Noe, Mr. and Mrs. Carson Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Melton, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cooper, Mrs. Don Hammons and daughter, Sheila, and Mr. Rob Noonan of Corbin, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Sim Blevins, and Miss Betty Blevins of'Harlen, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Kemble Dement oE Charlot- tesville, Va.j Lt. and Mrs. Steven Quentmeyer of Camp Pendleton, Calif.; Mrs. Opal Tye of Altamonlc Springs, Fla. ; Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Price of Elizabethtown, Ky.; Miss Patricia Price of Nashville, Tenn.; Miss Kathy Austin of Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Mr, and Mrs. Paul Coffee of Morrestown, New Jersey; Mr. John Paul Martin of Shelbyville, Ky.; Mrs. Larry Sizemore of Manchester^Ky.; Mrs. Becky Gilber,(", of Springfield, Ohio; Mr.' Scott Coffee of Germantown, Ohio; Mrs. Jerry Noe and daughter, Kim.ofBellevuc.Ky.