Judy Gail Kiker

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Judy Gail Kiker - Scene Of Wedding Second Li. and Mrs. Jimmie...
Scene Of Wedding Second Li. and Mrs. Jimmie Dale Auten (Judy Gail Kiker) are raveling to Chicago, II!., follow- jag their double ring wedding ceremony read by the Rev. Dr. J. Ralph Grant at 7:30 p.m Saturday in Ford Memorial Chapel of First Baptist Church. Aiiten, an August graduate of Texas Tech. will be at the Uni- .•ersity of Chicago for a year's special study in meteorology. He is a graduate of Hereford High School and is in the U. S. Air "orce. His wife, whq graduated from San Angelo High School and attended San Angelo Junior Col- ege, has been an architecture major at Tech for t\vo years. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Lester Kiker, 4506 22nd St., and Mr. and Mrs. Jim H. Auten of Hereford. The bride, given in marriage by icr father, wore a gown of Chantilly Chantilly lace and tulle designed with a scalloped Sabrina neckline embroidered embroidered in sequin medallions and sprinkled with seed pearls. _ong sleeves tapered to petal Doints over the hands. From the itted bodice stemmed a bouffant vith circular veils of tulle were if matching organza. They carried cascade bouquets of white feathered feathered mums garlanded with whit satin streamers. The candlelighters wore similar dresses of white taffeta featuring blue organza sashes and matchin; mitts accented by wristlet corsages corsages of white pompon mums, i Bridegroom's Attendants of Best man was Russell Vander Zee of Carrizo Springs. Guests were seaflM by Jerry Oldham of Lubbock, brother of the bride. Ladon Ladon AMns of Lubbock, cousin of the bride, and Cecil Rucker. Wedding music was presented by Mrs. M. M. Styles, organist, and Miss Laquita Huckabee, soloist soloist Fellowship Hall of the church was scene of the ensuing reception. reception. Miss Kay Oldham of Lubbock, Lubbock, cousin of the bride, registered registered guests. Ohters assisting in hospitalities were Mmes. John H. Reagan of New Deal, C. B. Henderson Henderson of Marshall, sister of the bridegroom, R. Y. Oldham and Lewis AMns, both of Lubbock, Lon Lincecum of Idalou, John Ford of New Deal, Billy Hardy and Misses Sharon Oldham of Lubbock, cousin of the bride, Virginia Greenhill of New Deal, Margie Stern of Bolin, Zona Hudgens of San Angelo and MRS. JIMMIE AUTEX (Judy Gail Kiker) loor length skirt with alternating alternating bands of lace and tulle. A crown of seed pearls held her ingertip veil of silk illusion. The >ridal bouquet was an arrangement arrangement of a white orchid surrounded surrounded by red roses and pearls ac- ^ented with showers of satin and let. Miss Carolyn Utt of San Angelo! vas the bride's honor attendant.! •ridesmaids were Misses Pat! Howard, Jan Auten. of Hereford. ] ister of the bridegroom, andj heron Self of Steahenville. cousin cousin of the bride. They were dressed in red sheaths of dull lustre satin with] ulle overskiris tied at the waist- ines. Each wore a matching headpiece headpiece and carried a white rose .top a white Bible. Don Tucker of McKinney served served the bridegroom as best man. Ushers were George Schoner, Bert Kiker, brother of the bride<*room, bride<*room, and Ralph Cannon ofj Childress. Candles were lighted y Ronald Jones of Dublin and] Bert Kiker. Flower girls were Donna Harris and Beverly Auten of Hereford, ister of the bridegroom. Weding Weding music was presented byj Irs. Gerald Harris, organist, andi Ir. and Mrs. Kenneth Hill, solo-- sts. j A reception in the lower audi-j orium of the church followed thej eremony. Members of the house j >arty were Mmes. Thomas Pack; f.Amarillo, cousin of the bride,! oe Miller, Mark Davis, L. M.I Baylor. Jack Davis, Gary Phil-! ps and Misses Dalphne Hopsonj and Suzanne Utt, both of Sani

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  1. Lubbock Avalanche-Journal,
  2. 11 Sep 1960, Sun,
  3. Page 24

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