Boyd and Fulkerson married at First Baptist church in Harrisburg

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Boyd and Fulkerson married at First Baptist church in Harrisburg - riiss Dorothy Fulkerson, Harry Charles Boyd Wed...
riiss Dorothy Fulkerson, Harry Charles Boyd Wed in Double Ring Ceremony you W ! Ining Mrs. j tin | \ i * I *bert j i \ ;ice ' , C. {Foster Studio Photo) *Mr. and Mrs* Harry Charles Boyd At a lovely afternoon wedding, June 17, Miss Dorothy Fulkerson I became "the bride oT Harry Charles Boyd. Miss Fulkerson is^ the daughter of thVlate Mr. and Mrs* Grover Fulkerson and the bridegroom is the son of ^Ijlrs.-- Joe TShoaker. " " " "- ' -" Tail pink tapers illuminated, the First Baptist church- where the marriage was solemnized. The iltar was decorated with standards of white gladioli and majestic daisies, and an arch intwined with emerald and ja.de greenery. The Rev. Donald Boyd, brother ;of the bridegroom, officiated, at *fce ^double ring ceremony ht'the- **^e5nce of the two families and a large group of relatives "and friends. Miss Nancy Ann 'Fulkerson, niece of the bride, played a pre- lud^ of wedding jnusic^and* accompanied Richard Norn*,, -nephew of the bride, who sang "Because/* "Walk Hand In Hand" and as ajtenediction "The Wedding Prayer," Miss Fulkerson also played - the traditional wedding marches. ^ fit. The veil and tiara were designed and made by the bride's sister, Mrs. George Carr. The j j )B. j : a ; :E. · } [ E bride carried a lovely bouquet stephanotis and sfeasta daisies ^ la j ge surrounding a white orchid Hed la?e with pink satin ribbon. A strand y ^i0 W of pearls, gift of the bridegroom, m ^ was her only jewelry, j £ard The bride's only attendant was her sister, Mrs. David Brown of; Carbondale. She wore a lovely gown of pink tulle styled similar to that of the bride. Her head piece was a tiny pink pearl securing a short illusion velL She carried a colonial bouquet of pink carnations, and white pom-poms tied "with white satin ribbon. As flower girl, Stephanie Ful- kgrson, niece of the bride, wore headdress of shasta daisies to complement her ballerina frock of deep pink tulle. She carried a basket from which she showered pink petals in the path of the j bride. Tommy Merrow, nephew of the bride, served as ring bear- er. The bride, escorted to t the^altar nd^^ven in marriage by her brother-in-law, William -Merrow, was beautifully gowned in white Alen- con lace over pink tulle. The dress was -designed with a tight fitting bodice ^and flared into deep lace rufGesJto a lovely walti length. The^sfirt was extended by aiiopp over -layers of pink tulle. Matdi- mg lace mitts and a circular finger-tip veil, head secure by a tiara oL iridescent beads and seed pearls completed the bride's/ out* John Wiley attended the bridegroom as best man. Jerry Bramlet* David Patterson, John Sheppard, and Sammie Stafford served,as ushers. ' \ * that employs 'any Local No. 896 work week of 42 to pay this env is strictly in vio- contract. 896 will fake ac- violations. A reception was held immedi- j ately following the ceremony in the educational building of the church. In the receiving lifce, ! Mrs. Merrow, sister of the bride greeted guests in beige lace with which she wore beige and brown accessories. She wore an orchid corsage. Mrs. Shoemaker, moth- ! grandmother of the bridegroom, was attired in blue lace with blue and white accessories. ^She "wore a corsage of pink rose buds. Bride's , urmun ^ ted by a dimmntive bride" and ' groom. Mrs. sisteir: tf the bride, cut and served the cake. Others assisting at the reception were Mrs. George Catr^ Mrs. Chas. Fulkerson, Mrs. WSlard'FuIkerson, Mrs. Grover D. Fulkerson, Mrs- Ralph Ftrikerson, Mrs. Roy H, Fulkerson and Mrs. Donald -Boyd- ilisses Stisan and Patricia Merrow were HI charge of the guest registry. The bride chose a polished cotton dress with a large white picture. 4at and pink and white accessories for her going away cmt- GL After' a short weddmg trip the couple returned to Carbondale where Mr. Boyd is attending Southern Illinois University and working for the A. P. Grocery Mrs, Boyd is employed at the Sears Catalogue office, Out of town guests attending the wedding and reception included Ifr. and Mrs. F. G. Hendrix and son, Rickie, Eldorado, Mrs. Wfflard ffine, Mexico, Mo-, Joyce Maria Hale, Lecmor B- Alcantara, SMary BeHi Belcher, Mary Crow- efl, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ramsey, [Mr. and Mrs, Roy Ramsey, Jim ffiern, C3ias. D. Sisk, Don E. ley, and Bob Walker of Carbondale,

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  1. The Daily Register,
  2. 13 Jul 1956, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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