Jim Thomas

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Jim Thomas - red poinsettias, gold leaves and iwhite bells...
red poinsettias, gold leaves and iwhite bells with red velvet I streamers were pinned. ' Carrying out the ancient traditions traditions of something old, new, bor- rou'^d fhp hrirlf» wnrp a m'n a picture oTher lale lace,grandfather, Edward J. Hoyman, carried a Venetian lace handkerchief, handkerchief, wore a ruby ring borrowed I from Mrs. Robert Higginbotham and a blue garter. In her slipper Jane Ann Hoyinan Weds James L. Thomas i Central Presbyterian church was the setting Satur- ' : day evening, Dec. 21 at 7:30 o'clock of the charming holi- ; :day wedding of Miss Jane Ann Hoyman, daughter of Mrs. ' iZelma Hoyman of 11674 Millersburg rd SW and the late R. M. Hoyman and James LeRoy Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Thomas of 2760 Pigeon Run ave SW. The Rev. Roger A. Cowan officiated at the double ring cere- i 'mony. Arrangements of red poinsettias were illuminated by candle- t light from seven branched candelabra. Mrs. W. W. Pease provided ! a recital of organ music. I * * * j GIVEN in marriage by he I uncle, 0. W. Cogan, the bridf wore a street length gown ol while nylon and lace with golri accents. A white fur pillbox hat ;he!d her shoulder length veil. She carried a white fur muff to which she placed a penny for luck. Miss Carol Jean Thomas, sister of the groom, as maid of honor, ^'ore a red chiffon street length Her while fur pillbox hat held a small circular veil and she carried a white muff trimmed wifh green hollv eUid red bells ~*" ' ' w !^ - -,-- - ~ • - grecn velvel slrea ™ er swore Erwin Grimminger and Lee Bash. MRS. HOYMAN, the bride's (had charge of the guest book. mother, wore a light blue wool For travel the bride changed to .,«i«i^ .,. j.iw.uio . . .carries white muff —Photo by Samuel Rossi MRS. JAMES L. THOMAS Isheath, light royal blue acces- a green wool knit dress with black!^ sories and a corsage of red car- accessories. Following a short nations and hollj'. Mrs. Thomas j wedding trip the couple is re- mother of the groom, was attired siding at 11674 Millersburg rd in a green print jersey dress with SW . | The bride, a graduate of Tuslaw green and black accessories, and a while carnation and holly cor- high schoo] wU h sage ' [is employed as a bookkeeper by Mrs. Dessa Hoyman, the bride's i £oeT Fur'tu^ "co^ThT'LToom L grandmother wore navv blue' M i j «, u- ,;• , gloon ? ter with nTv>? and pink accessories att< ; nclect Washington high school gl with navy and pink accessories. , ai Mrs. John Thomas, the groom's pj pe grandmother, was also in navy blue. Both grandmothers had corsages of white carnations and holly. * * * •-' ° jglCL imployed by Byron HamnW

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  1. The Evening Independent,
  2. 28 Dec 1963, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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