Dee Gertrude Allen & William Francis Adams wedding announcement
WEDDINGS Allen Adams A home wedding was that of Miss Dee Gertrude Allen, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Herman Allen, and Mr. William Francis Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Martin L. Adams, Jefjersontown, at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of the bride's parents in Harrods-burg. Harrods-burg. Harrods-burg. The ceremony was performed performed by the Rev. T. Hassel Bowen. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a white celanese jersey dress and carried a bouquet of lilium gigan-teum. gigan-teum. gigan-teum. Miss Susie Etta Allen, the bride's sister, wore a dress of robin's robin's egg blue jersey and carried pink briarcliff roses. Mr. Jushua Adams was his brother's best man. At the conclusion of their wedding wedding trip to Cuba, Mr. and Mrs. Adams will make their home on the Taylorsville Rd., Louisville. Haynes Ki ml rou gh The wedding of Miss Martha Elizabeth Haynes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charley D. Haynes, and Mr. Bradley T. Kimbrough, Jr., son of the Rev. B. T. Kimbrough Kimbrough and Mrs. Kimbrough, was solemnized at 8 pjn. Tuesday in the Twenty-third Twenty-third Twenty-third and Broadway Baptist Church. The ceremony was performed by the bridegroom's bridegroom's father, assisted by the Rev. Harold B. Kuhnle. Miss Ida Belle Rhea was the maid of honor and Miss Dorothy Hesse was bridesmaid. Mr. Duke Kimbrough was the best man and the ushers were Messrs. George Kimbrough and Charles Moly-neaux, Moly-neaux, Moly-neaux, Bardstown. The bride wore a dress of sapphire sapphire blue velvet, street length, with matching blue accessories and carried a white Bible. She wore a shoulder bouquet of white rosebuds. The bride's attendants wore wine red velvet dresses, with shoulder bouquets of cream rosebuds. ', v - 'A ! 1 -; -; aj-S aj-S aj-S i - , rU 0 The Harrodsburg home of the bride, Dee Gertrude Allen, was the scene of her wedding to William Francis Adams Tuesday.