Paula Kiker - Melvin Kiker

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Paula Kiker - Melvin Kiker - Ceremony at Tulia Saturday Morning United Paula...
Ceremony at Tulia Saturday Morning United Paula Kiker and Cecil Burrow gown was accented with lace motifs and tiny buttons, and the home of the Reverend and Mrs. Kenneth Wyatt in Tul- It was the setting for the wed ding of Miss Paula Jo kiker and Cecil Wayne Burrow, 2209 South Grand, Amarillo, on Saturday, April 21 ttev. Wyatt, Uncle of the bride and Northwest Texas Conference evangelist of the United Methodist Church, officiated officiated at ten in the morning. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Melvin Kiker, Route Two, Wellington, while the parents of the bridegroom •re Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wayne Burrow of Clarendon. The ceremony was performed performed before the fireplace. The only only light was from Spanish candlesticks candlesticks on the mantle, and Boston ivy completed the arrangement. arrangement. Recorded organ selections were played softly. Mr. Kiker gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a formal length gown of silk pcau de soie, fashioned fashioned with an empire waistline and high neck. The front of the Tulia. Her floor-icngth blue organdy dress was trimmed with white lace, and she carried carried & long stemmed blue carnation. carnation. Calvin Burrow of Clarendon, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and Lon kiker, brother brother of the bride, Ushered. A reception following the ceremony honored the couple. Silver appointments and crystal candlesticks were enhanced enhanced by the dark wood of the Spanish table. Mrs. Dale Graves of Littlefieid poured and Miss Glenda Kiker served the cake. Both are sisters of the bride. Guests were registered by Miss Nelda Burrow of Clarendon, Clarendon, sister of the bridegroom. A graduate of Wellington High School the bride will also also be a graduate from Clarendon Clarendon College on Friday, May 3. The bridegroom graduated the long sleeves were also accented accented with the lace and seed pearls. Her fingertip veil was attached attached to a crown of matching lace. She carried a cascade of feathered white and blue carnations carnations accented with seed pearls, and with it, a prayer book her mother carried at her wedding. The bride was attended by her cousin, Miss Jill Wyatt of Sincere West

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  1. The Wellington Leader,
  2. 02 May 1974, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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