Clipped From The Paris News
Potterson-Fodge Marriage Takes Place at Detroit By Paris News Correspondent DETROIT - Wedding of Miss Vivian Marie Fodge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Fodge here, to Wyndal E. Patterson, Dallas, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Patterson, Nocona, took place Sunday afternoon. The informal double- ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. W. Mathis, Baptist pastor, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Curtis Curry and Mr. Curry here. A trellised archway, basket of lilies and white candles in candelabra formed an altar. The candles were lighted by, Janie Curry and Jimmy Curry, niece and nephew of the bride. Mrs. Charlie Hudson played the wedding music. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white crepe dress with fitted bodice, draped neckline and cape sleeves, with a strand of pearls for ornament. Her flowers were white gardenias. Matron of honor was Mrs. Troy Wright, Detroit, wearing an aqua dress with pink and white accessories and pink carnations. Best man was Louie Lee Stricklin, cousin of the bridegroom. The bride, graduate of Detroit High School, has been employed at the Detroit Drug Store five years. The couple will be at home in Dallas, where Mr. Patterson is employed by Snapshots, Inc. Grad- After the ceremony, Mrs. Curry | and Miss Billie Frances Milam j gures, table. served punch and cake. Tapers and the three-tiered wedding cake, topped by bride and groom fi- occupied *he lace-spread Out-of-town guests included Mrs. E. W. Patterson and Janice Sue Patterson, Nocona; Mr. and Mrs. L, L. Stricklin and Mr. and Mrs. Louie L. Stricklin of Paris.