Maxwell cousins were in this wedding.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY U. 1*7* MR. AND MRS. GERALD WELLS Dinwiddie-Wells Miss Cindy Dinwiddie became the bride of Gerald Wells at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 24, in the Glad Tidings Assembly of God Church, Silver City, with the bridegroom's grandfather, the Rev. James L. Wells of Roswell officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Barbara Kirkland of Silver City and of Curtis Dinwiddie of El Mirage, Ariz. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wells of Carrizozo. The bride, escorted to the alter by her father, wore a formal gown made by her gran- KC PHILHARMONIC AT A CONVENTION KANSAS CITY (AP) - TtM Kansas City PhUhwinmlc opened and performed at the D e m o c r a t i c Party'* min- iconventton here," Â· symphony orcbettra had performed at a national rentton. Following the National Anthem, the KC PhUharmonJc played works by American oompoMn Includiiig Copland, John Philip* Souia and Scott Joplln. Conductor Maurice said he and the musicians were contributing Â· their services "in order to brinf-to the attention of the political world their appreciation of the government'i continuing support of the arti." dmother, Lorene Dinwiddie, of bridal satin in empire syling with long puffed sleeves. Primming was of lime green lowered iace. She carried rauquet of long stemmed white roses and babysbreath. Some- hing old was an Indianhead ;el worn in her shoe; new, her white shoes; something lorrowed, a handerkerchief wlonging to her grandmother, and something blue, the tradi- ional garter. Miss Rhonda Dinwiddie, a er of the bride, was maid honor. She wore a floor length ime green gown adorned with white buttons and lace sleeves. Johnny LeMay of Albuquerque, brother - in - of the bridegroom was the best man; and ushers were Paul Maxwell and Steve Maxwell, the first tune [cousins of the bride. Melissa Maxwell, another con- cousin of the bride, presided the guest book. A reception at the home of id Mrs. Curtis Maxwell fol- owed the ceremony. Assisting Aaron with courtesies were Mrs. Staney Chitwood and Mrs. Messer. Among out - of - town at the ceremony were Mr. Mrs. Ray Wells and Diana Debbie Wells of Carrizozo; and Mrs. Johnny LeMay Albuquerque; and the Rev. Wells of Roswell.