Caroline Sue Kleyman Sigg - Wedding
THE IOLA REGISTER, TUESDAY Caroline Sigg-Larry Murphy Marri£d^at^SL John'sChureh the Arthur traditional the and with of and of of the in wore and navy the short City. in and Arthur Gary, Ludlum, Ray, Don and the and presented the Gracious heavenly Father, help me to enter into a deeper deeper fellowship with Thee throughout throughout this unfolding day. Be. present present within my heart; guide my prayer and all I do today. Help me to spread peace, good will, and understanding through my words and deeds! Within whatever whatever circles I may move may my influence bring comfort, hope, and joy for Jesus' sake, in Whose name I pray. Amen. —Mae E. Hunter, Nashville, Tenn., missionary editor, National National Baptist Publishing Board. Mr. and Mrs. Larry K. Murphy vjewc, The marriage of Caroline Sue Sigg, daughter of Mr. anu ivn.. H. E. Sigg, Iola, to Larry K. Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Murphy, rural Colony, took place Saturday at 10 o'clock in the morning at St. John's Catholic Church, with the Rev. James Wilson officiating at the double ring ceremony. Two meta 1 baskets filled with red, white and peppermint carnations, carnations, tied with white satin bows and lemon leaf greens, were at the communion rail. Preceding',the ceremony Mrs. Paul Ellis, organist, played a program of nuptial music and accompanied Mrs. Donald Knowles Knowles when she sang, "On This Day 0 Beautiful Mother," when Mrs. Walton Entertains At a Breakfast Mrs. R. C. Walton entertained members of the Ladies Study Grofup of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Latter Day Saints with a breakfast breakfast this morning in her home. The guests were Mesdames Leon Morrow, Orval Pope, Billy Billy Bills, Lloyd Tanner and Susan, Susan, E. E. Starkey, Maude Moore, Joe Little, Roy Trammel the bride placed a bouquet of oeppermint and red carnations, tied with white satin bows, at he altar of the Blessed Virgin Virgin Mary. Mrs. Ellis played during the processional and recessional, recessional, and accompanied the St. John's School Choir when they sang, "Ave Maria." The bride wore a traditional full length gown of imported Chantilly lace and fulle. The bodice of lace with long tapered tapered sleeves had a scalloped neckline with iridescent sequins. The skirt was cascading tiers of lace and tulle. She wore a three-tier ballerina veil with a forward rose of iridescent jeweled jeweled petals, and carried an arc . arrangement of white Sweetheart roses and frenched white carnations, with white satin satin and maline puffs and streamers. streamers. Miss Beth Lane was the maid of honor, and Miss Christine Webb was the bridesmaid. They wore full length dresses of willow willow green cotton satin. The sleeves were three - quarter length and their skirts were bell shaped. Their hats were identical ring bands with circle circle veils. They carried crescent j arrangements of peppermint carnations with-white satin and maline trim. Miss Cathv Sigg, sister of the bride, was the flower girl. She wore a willow green, full length dress with puff sleeves. Her headpiece was a bow in matching matching color, and she carried a white wicker basket filled with red and peppermint carnations. The ring bearer was Jerry Sigg, cousin of the bride. Richard Thexton served the f-nom »« hest man. Raymond Sigg, brother of the bride, was the groomsman. The ushers were James Murphy, brother of the groom, and Kermit Hoffmeier. Hoffmeier. Mrs. Sigg wore a celery green wool sheath wiUi,contrasting hat and shoes. Mrs. Murphy, the groom's mother, wore a beige knitted sheath with, contrasting accessories. They each wore a corsage of peppermint carnations. carnations. The reception was held at St. John's School, —following the ceremony. Miss Linda Lackey cut and served the cake. Miss Mary Agnes Wilmoth served the punch at the bride's table, and coffee was served by Mrs. Richard Thexton. Mrs. Charles Gray and Mrs. Allen Sigg were in charge of the reception. Mrs. Grant Alexander was in charge of the guest book, and Mrs, Carl Sigg was at the gift ta> ble. For their wedding trip the bride chose a light blue sheath skirt and matching mohair sweater, with a white sequined hat. Her corsage was of white Sweetheart roses. Mr. Murphy is in active service service with the United States Navy Navy and is stationed at Olathe. The couple will be at home at 207 Lane K, Sunflower Village, Kans. Mr. their Allen ise date To Mr. rural Voorhees, Raymond Miss of now College. graduate is Emporia. No SET |™(!ale been before G.