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Jumlinson-Woolems vows sold in church ceremony Miss Cynthia Elaine Woolems Woolems became the bride of Oscar Oscar Eugene Tumllnson in a candlelight service at 8p.m. Saturday, Jan. 22, in the Assembly Assembly of God Church In West Columbia. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Woolems, Woolems, 109 Larktn in West Columbia, Columbia, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Women projects Ballroom at the "Flagship Hotel. Hotel. Delegates elected to the Council from Holy Comforter are Mrs. Arden Delaney, Mrs. McDutf. Mrs. Slaughter, and Mrs. Frank T. Smith. Alternates Alternates are Mrs. Minor Smith, Mrs. Grant Herbst, Mrs. Apple, Apple, and Mrs. Cleveland Davis. Davis. Plans were made for alternates alternates and delegates to attend a meeting and luncheon in New- p-ulf on Friday, Jan. 28. Holy Comforter Women voted voted to purchase a Coke machine machine with a water fountain for use In the new parish house. Mrs. Apple announced the appointment of committee chairmen for the current year. Heading the standing committees Tumllnson, 142 Bernard, C lute are parents of the groom. The Rev. B. B. Hahklns led the Couple in their double ring vows In a setting enhanced enhanced with a pair of candelabra and baskets filled with mums and gladioli, accented with greenery. Alice Mills provided the nuptial selections, Including '•Because" and "WhltherThou Goest." The bride, given in marriage marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gown of white satin and lace. The fitted lace bodice was styled with long sleeves and a Sabrlna neckline. neckline. The skirt of white satin swept Into a train. tier headdress held a tulle veil and she carried a bouquet bouquet of white carnations and pink rosebuds centered with a purple-throated white orchid. orchid. Diana Mtlcel was the maid of honor and bridesmaid was Sherry Woolems. They wore dresses of pink brocaded satin, and headdresses headdresses fashioned with a self fabric fabric rose and matching pink tulle veils. They carried nosegays nosegays of pink rosebuds and white carnations. Richard E. Asher was the best man, and Billy E. Tum- llnson was the groomsman. Candles were lighted by Annette Annette Woolems andClndyHall, and John W. Jenna and Kenyon Hamilton served as ushers. For the occasion, Ihebride's mother wore a pink dressmaker dressmaker suit, while gloves, a pink hat, and a corsage of pink rosebuds. The mother of the groom chose aptnsuit, matching matching hat, black bag and shoes. Her corsage was also pink rosebuds. Fellowship hall at the church was the setting for the reception reception following the ceremony. ceremony. An arrangement of white mums and pink gladioli decorated decorated the refreshment table which held a three tier wedding wedding cake and a crystal punrh service. Members of the house party for the reception were Sandra Llttlefleld and Oarlmie nob- son. For going away, the bride wore a pink wool suit with black accessories and the orchid orchid corsage lifted from her bridal bouquet. Mr. and Mrs.Tumllnson are presently making their home In Clute. He Is serving with the U.S. Army and Is scheduled to leave Feb. U forSalgon. He attended Brazosport High School but completed his high school education after enter- Ing the Army, She Is a graduate of Columbia Columbia High School and attended attended Wharton County Junior Junior College.