Clipped From Denton Record-Chronicle
RECORD-CHRONICLE Here's A Wedding Story That's At Least Different Mrs. W. M. Terry, Record-Chro nicle's correspondent In the Val ley View area, is an Iris enlhusi ast. She ha» 108 new species o! iris this year for a total of sever al hundred. She also has nearly 390 day lilies in her garden for a riot of color in June and July. Mrs. Terry is an active member of the American Iris Association and the Gainesville Iris Club. She's written a story about iris, featuring featuring species in a mock wedding. THE IRIS WEDDING The Wedding of the irises made Headlines when it was printed on the Front Pago of the Wide World. The Country Editor who used the name of Thotmes III in a By-Line was none other than William Mohr. This was a New Adventure for the writer, his Editorials were usually usually about the Northwestern, El Paso, Rio Valley and Salem. When the Party Time was announced announced in the Casino, the Big Game was cancelled. The Cathedral Cathedral Bells and Mission Bells were sounded by Big Ute, the Bell Ringer Ringer who was Tickled Pink to put on his Top Hat the Texas Way. He 'elt as if he were a Tall Chief in Times Square. Father Rigney was to perform he ceremony on Easter Morn at fles. Her flowers caused one to think of Ice 'n Lime, Frost and Flame, Blue Elegance and Phlox Pink. Her ring was a Golden Garland made of Glistening Copper and Real Gold. Her attendants were Beth Corey, Irma Melrose and Mary Randall. They were dressed in identical costumes costumes of Ruffled Organdy with Frosted Lace and Orange Frills. The Organist was Miss Mohr. She accompanied Lady Boscawen, the former Miss California, who sang "Easter Greetings" and "Sunset Serenade." An Added Attraction was an en- :ertainer, a Pretty Quadroon of Dark Chocolate. She was dressed n Black Satin and Black Taffeta. She was a Native Dancer from Asoka of Nepal. She did the Balerina, Balerina, the Red Tango, the Swan Ballet and the Spanish Fandango o Mountain Music in Swing Time and Sweet Harmony. Marsha Kay, the Sweet Girl Graduate, caught the Wedding Bouquet. Bouquet. She wore a Yellow Organdy dress. Dolly Varden was the flower girl who wore a Blue Sapphire dress of Dotted Swiss. Pierre Mendard was best man. He made the Top Flight to get there, despite a Hur- ricane. He said there was a Cloud Cap and Stormy Skies issued a Storm Warning. His fiancee, Minnie Minnie Colquitt, accompanied him. She lives in Wabash in Celestial Valley. Valley. She was a Broadway Star in the Gay Nineties. She was in the Limelight in Yesteryears when she introduced Wayward Wind, Waxing Moon, Hindu Wand and other popular popular songs. The singer's stage name was Princess Anne of the Citadel. She wore a Rare Pearl necklace, a Persian Persian Robe and she danced to Polka Polka Time. Following a Dress Rehearsal, the girls went on a Double Date in a Cadillac owned by Mr. Wonderful. They drove to Flamingo Bay to see Darlehe Waters return to Harbor Harbor Blue from her Gay Advan- ture in Brigadoon. While there she attended a Snow Ballet featuring the Snow Goddess and Snow Empress Empress in the- South Pacific. Following the ceremony, a reception reception was held in the Violet Hills room of the Sultan's Capitol. It lasted from the Deep Black of night until Daybreak. The party cost the bride's father Twenty Grand. The Punch Bowl was filled filled with Mohr Lemonade than the guests could consume.