James C Huckins

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James C Huckins - Vows Exchanged In Garden At an afternoon...
Vows Exchanged In Garden At an afternoon wedding in the garden at the home of the bride's parents Saturday, July 12, Miss Janice Marilyn Yates became became the bride of James C. Huckins. The bride is the daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Yates of Eugene and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James V. Huckins of Springfield. Mr. Yates gave his daughter in marriage marriage and the father of the bridegroom bridegroom officiated at the double-ring double-ring double-ring ceremony. Baskets of chrysanthemums, gladiolus, daisies and rose-covered rose-covered rose-covered rose-covered trellises were arranged against shrubbery to' form a background for the bridal party. A navy wool gabardine suit was chosen by the bride, and with it she wore navy and white accessories. The suit was tailored by the bride. Her corsage was a white orchid. K . Mrs. James Brabham, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, wearing a navy wool suit with white accessories, bhe wore I ' a Kennell-Ellli Kennell-Ellli Kennell-Ellli nnoto. Wiltshire engraving MR. AND MRS. JAMES C. HUCKINS (Janice M. Yates) will live In a new home now being built In Eugene, They vent to Canada on their wedding trip. corsage of carnations and rose buds. Jerry Huckins of bpring-iield bpring-iield bpring-iield was best man and James Brabham and Robert Riley ushered. ushered. Basket and vase arrangements of mixed summer garden flowers decorated the covered patio for the reception. White lilies and gladiolus made the centerpiece on the bride's table. The three-tier three-tier three-tier wedding cake was served by Mrs. A. R. Marsh, aunt of the bride; Mrs. Floyd Morin, aunt of the bridegroom, presided at the punch bowl, assisted by Mrs. Gordon Bourgeis, Miss Georgia Huckins and Mrs. William Harmon, Harmon, aunt of the bride. Mrs. Robert Riley had charge of the guest book. The couple left on a honeymoon trip to Canada. Upon completion of their new home in Eugene, they will be at home at 1920 Ruskin St. Among out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town out-of-town guests was Mrs. Fred Yates of Elmira, the paternal grandmother of the bride,

Clipped from The Eugene Guard20 Jul 1952, SunPage 28

The Eugene Guard (Eugene, Oregon)20 Jul 1952, SunPage 28
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