paul Carey marriage
j a MR. AND MRS. GRANT RAY CAREY, JR. (Robert Blair Photo) Paul-Carey Rite In Overland Park a to The marriage of Rosilee Rae Paul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Paul, Overland Park, and Frant Ray Carey Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Grant R. Carey Sr., Princeton, took place the evening of Nov. 10, at First Baptist Church, Overland Park. Rev. J. Raymond Sikkel officiated at the double ring ceremony. The church was decorated with bittersweet and white Fujii mums and the aisle was lined with candelabra trimmed with bittersweet and fern. Mrs. Claire Flemming sang "The Lord's Prayer," and "Because," accompanied by Mrs. J. Raymond Sikkel at the organ. The bride chose a dress of white satin with below the elbow length sleeves. The bell skirt, covered with white lace was styled with a full detachable train. Her crown of pearls and crystals held her veil of bridal illusion. She car ried a white orchid encircled with white roses. Judith Mae Paul, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a bittersweet colored velveteen dress with soft pleats in the bell skirt. The bridesmaids were Mrs. Judy Eaman and Mrs. Barbara Paul. They wore match ing bittersweet colored velveteen dresses and carried Fujii mums and bittersweet with lemon leaf cascade. Robert Carey, brother of the groom, was the best man. The groomsmen were Ronald Atchinson and Glen Welch. The ushers were James Paul and William S. Paul. Deborah Say and Diane Say twin cousins of the bride, were the candle lighters. They also wore bittersweet colored dresses. The reception was held in the church parlor immediately after the ceremony. Gail Innes and Kathleen Peters served. Susan Lennox took care of the guest book. The couple will be at home near Princeton. A number of Ottawa residents and Ottawa University students attended the ceremony and reception. Naomi Club Has Meeting Mrs. Roy B. Church conducted the Naomi Club meeting Friday at the home of Mrs. Elmer Mellies, in the absence of the president, Mrs. W. L. Pickering. Mrs. Harry Loyd, Mrs. C. L. Scribner and Mrs. Nannie Trammell were assistant hostesses. Mrs. George Starbuck led devotions. For roll call members told what they are thankful for. The door prize went to Mrs. Adam Wicke and big sister gifts to Mrs. Loyd, Mrs. Marion Smith, Mrs. Carl Furman, Mrs. Tilfred Simmons and Miss Alta O'Flaherty. Mrs. Starbuck was appointed be in charge of getting Thanksgiving gifts for shut-ins. Plans were made to hold the annual Christmas dinner at noon, Dec, 21, in IOOF hall. Guests were Mrs. Sophenia May and Mrs. Glenn Morgan. Eighteen members attended.