Alexander Miller wedding

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Alexander Miller wedding - Alexander- Miller vows said in Mefhodisf Church...
Alexander- Miller vows said in Mefhodisf Church Mini Rota MlUtr tNreame ON bride of Jamaa DomM Atonndtr In a candlelight service at 7 p.m. Sunday, D«e. II, in St. Thomu M*tho- dial church In Jones Creek. Parents of the eovpto are Mr. and MM. Uo Millar of Wharton and Mr. and Mr*. D. M. Alexander of Joma Creak. The Rev. Rudy Pace performed (ha double ring ceremony •( an alUr decorated with candelabra trimmed with macnolla foliage and whit* bowg and holding white tapera. A white wrought Iron kneel- Ing bench was used during the ceremony. Mrs. sammye Woodward was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Elaine Brent. The bride chose for her wedding a formal gown of white peau de sole, designed with a scalloped, oval neckline edged with pearl-trimmed lace and long, pointed sleeves. The lace motif was repeated on a panel that extended the length of the dress. A detachable train swept from the back waistline to chapel length. A crown of pearls held her bouffant, el bow-length veil. Her bouquet was fashioned with a yellow-throated white cat- tleya orchid corsage surrounded with pale yellow roses, accented with yellow velvet foliage, yellow ribbon and tulle. Mrs. Shirley Kemp was her sister's matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Linda Lewis and Jarlene Splllers. Peggy Ford was flower girl. They were gowned alike In turquoise blue velvet sheaths covered with matching embroider^ chiffon cages. Clem Kemp wis best man, and groomsmen were Robert Schlemmer and Richard Joiner. Dean Splllers carried the rings on a heart-shaped white satin pillow. The bride's mother wore a beige and brown suit. The mother of the groom was attired Ina turquoise wool dress. Following the ceremony, the reception was held In the home of the groom's parents. Large white feather doves hoMlHf whlta wedding bells •ml aalln ribbon were the focal point over the refresh* man! table. HOUM party members for the reception were Oleavla Dornak and Mr*. Leon Erdelt, aunts of the bride, and Joan King. For £»:nK away, the bride changed Into a turquoise wool draaa. After a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander are making their home at 102 Ivy Court In Lake Jackson. She Is a graduate of Wnar- ton High school and Dratos- port Beauty College. The groom, a graduate of Braros- port High School, Is employed by Dow Chemical Company. The groom's parents hosted the rehearsal buffet sapper. ,v£c'- 't^\ I ' Ai 1 MR. AND MRS. JAMES DONALD ALEXANDER Wed In Methodist Church ceremony -I'huto by Buil-ly Olese

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  1. The Brazosport Facts,
  2. 18 Dec 1966, Sun,
  3. Page 15

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