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Miss Tally Becomes Bride In Candlelight Service The wedding vows of Miss Deborah Tally, Skidmore, and Gregory Derr, Maitland, were solemnized at 7 o’clock the evening evening of Sept. 9 at the Skidmore Christian Church. Wayne Hasselquist, Hasselquist, minister, performed with miscellaneous items. Plans were made for a guest day to be held sometime in September with a salad luncheon luncheon to be served ®t the Blue Check Room, Bedford, la. A get-well card was signed by all present and sent to Mrs. Franklin Russell, president, president, who is a patient at the St. Francis Hospital, Maryville. Maryville. Bingo was played during the afternoon under the supervision supervision of Mrs. Geo Manning. Prize winners were Mrs. Leonard Leonard Owens, Mrs. Forest Grimes, Mrs. Robert Coleman, Mrs. Elizabeth Bratcher, Mrs. George Lowry, Mrs. Alfred Or me and Mrs. Larry Lyons. Other members present were Mrs. Earl Sharr, Mrs. William Spalding Jr., Mrs. Dale Owens and Mrs. Earl Owens. The next meeting will be Oct. 1 with Mrs. Fay Morehouse. MUSIC Show THEATRE Mo. September 17 p.m. blind musician from piano and accordion. family. Next regular Saturday, September GOODS MAIN KNIT turbo acrylic and braid Til 9 the double ring ceremony in soft candlelight of lighted tapers tapers in arched brass candelabra before the altar draped with white satin and overlaid with green fern. Baskets of pink and white gladoli were used on each side of the altar. Th« bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tally, Skidmore, and the groom’s parents are Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Derr, Maitland. Wedding March Played Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Lloyd Nelson, Skidmore, played the prelude of nuptial music and the traditional wedding wedding march. She accompanied Mrs. Larry Harmon, Graham, as she sang “One Hand, One Heart’’ and “Twelfth of Never” Never” as the couple approached the altar, and the “Wedding Prayer” at the close of the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father and mother, the bride wore a white floor length gown of shimmery sateapeau. A wide satin ribbon defined the fitted bodice of Chantilly lace, crisscrossed with val lace, and featuring a Victorian neckline and full bishop sleeves. The skirt and sweeping chapel train were edged with venise daisies. Her fingertip veil of French illusion fell from a Camelot crown also of embroidered embroidered daisies. She carried a crescent cascade of feathered pink carnfaitfians and a white orchid atop a white Bible, and an heirloom handkerchief of her great-aunt. Miss Janet Lowrance, Maryville, Maryville, was maid of honor. She wore a floor length gown of pink daisy-flocked, dacron voile, featuring a fitted Empire Empire bodice completed with pink satin ribbon and bishop sleeves. Miss Denise Derr, sister sister of the groom, and Mrs. M. C. Derr II, Maitland, were bridesmaids and wore gowns styled identically to that of the maid of honor. The attendants wore matching circlet crowns with short chiffon veils, and carried bouquets of pink mums. Tapers Lighted Misses Lynn and Lori Osburn, Osburn, Columbia, nieces of the bride, wearing floor length gowns styled identically to those of the bridesmaids, and pink wrist corsages, lighted the tapers. M. C. Derr II, Maitland, served as his brothers’ best man, and groomsmen were Mick Derr and Steve Ritter. Kearney. Merle Tally and Lewis Tally, brothers of the bride, and Greg Gement were ushers. Sherry McIntosh, niece of the bride, was flower girl. She wore a floor length gown and headpiece styled as those of the bridesmaids. Michael Os- bum, nephew of the bride, carried carried the rings. For her daughter’s wedding. Mrs. Tally chose a pink brocade brocade coat dress embossed with gold thread. Beige accessories and a corsage of pink feathered feathered carnations completed her ensemble. The groom’s mother mother wore a navy blue dress of crimp de prix, featuring a jeweled jeweled neckline and bell sleeves, matching accessories and a corsage of white feathered carnations. carnations. Reception at Church Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held GET IT OFF YOUR CHEST witho Letter tc the Editor Gentlemen: Even the worm turns A heading in the “Forum” reads “Subsidy Payments to Farmers Reaches $9.77 Billion in ’69.” However in the body of the article — “The federal government government paid $9.77 Billion to farmers, HOMEOWNERS and BUSINESSMEN. (Caps mine) last year.” Also “The Legislative Legislative Reference Service reported reported Friday the subsidy total — ALMOST half of which went to farm programs was 70 per cent above the figure in 1960. The Department of Agriculture disbursed $4.67 Billion for such programs as price support.” The heading of the article certainly gives a false impression impression inasmuch as less than half of the total sum was devoted to agriculture. Even the metropolitan metropolitan papers are beginning to recognize the unfavorable position position in which the farmers now find themselves. This condition condition has generally prevailed since the first World War It is unfortunate that a country country newspaper finds it necessary necessary to make a derogatory false statement about the biggest biggest industry in that county. Tt is also unfortunate that agriculture, in order to live, must accept help from the government. government. When parity stands at 74 per cent, even with gov- in the church annex with Mrs. Eldon Williams, Maryville, in charge. The bridal table was covered with a white silk organza organza cloth with white satin drapes and nosegays of pink carnations. The four-tier cake centered the serving table. Two white doves perched on a mound of pink roses topped the cake. Tall Roman columns separated separated the cake with the traditional traditional bride and groom standing below a wedding bell and a canopy of pink flowers in the column separation. The cake was flanked with white tapers in crystal candelabra. Sisters of the bride, Mrs. Barbara Osbum, Mrs. Melva McIntosh and Mrs. Betty Stephens, Stephens, served at the reception table. Attending the guest book was Miss Barbara Akin, Graham, Graham, and in charge of gifts were Miss Wanda Snively and Mrs. Rita Kieth, cousins of the bride, and Mrs. Jane Hasselquist Hasselquist and Mrs. Helen Mires. Those assisting in other ways with the wedding were Vem Stout, Mrs. Maurice Johnston, Mrs. Eldon Enders, Mrs. Doug McClain and Mrs. Ralph Summers. Summers. The rehearsal dinner was given for the wedding party and their guests by the groom’s parents. For going away the bride chose a cocoa and beige double double knit belted coat dress with brown accessories. After a wedding trip to a resort resort area in Arkansas, the couple couple will reside in Columbia. Mrs. Derr is a graduate of Nodaway-Holt Nodaway-Holt R-VII and attended Missouri University, Columbia. The groom is a junior at the university and will continue work on his degree this fall. on of HEE HAW AND TO BEGIN A NEW SEASON HEE HAW WALTER CRONKITE THE SCENE AT 6 THE BEVERLY The clan takes their tight smog. GREEN ACRES youngsters visit the HEE HAW -ROY BOBBY BARE help new night. TO ROME WITH night with WALTER CBS NEWS HOUR THE SCENE sports. MERV GRIFFIN wounv

Clipped from The Maryville Daily Forum15 Sep 1970, TuePage 4

The Maryville Daily Forum (Maryville, Missouri)15 Sep 1970, TuePage 4
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