Denney to Perkins
DENNEY-PERKINS DENNEY-PERKINS DENNEY-PERKINS Miss Barbara Jean Perkins became I the bride of Robert I. Denney at S i Fol-o'clock Sunday night at the home of j the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Denney, of near Greenfield. The ' Rev. Estal Taylor, pastor of the Fort- Fort- , a u i -u -u lengthened into a full length train, TI . - .. . .,, Her veil which was of English illusion had a tiara of seed pearls and French Qrange blossomg wljam Lewark, of ville Christian church, read the single ring ceremony. Miss Perkins is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vern E. Perkins, Perkins, of Greenfield, Route 5. Mrs. Robert Fair, the bride's matron of honor, wore a frock of powder blue taffeta and net and carried an arm bouquet of Johanna Hill roses. The bridesmaids. Misses Bette Mae Hill and Bessie Mae Meents, both of West Lafayete, were gowned alike in dusty rose taffeta. They carried colonial bouquets of assorted flowers and wore rose ostrich plumes in their hair. Miss Perkins, who was given in marriage by her father, was lovely in ivory duchess satin, fashioned with a sweetheart neckline and fitted bodice. The skirt was styled with a low waistline and Fortville, was the best man; Robert Martin, Ralph Garrett, both of Eden and Lester Jackson, of Greenfield, were ushers. A reception followed the ceremony. The couple left on a wedding wedding trip through the south.