Clipped From The Hearne Democrat
LUCILLE K. STIDHAM, Miss Johnnie Seaton Weds James Tidwell wedding vows were exchanged Ly Miss Johnnie Faye Seaton and James Robert Tidwell Sat- j isembling urday evening, January 13, at I »cipal Green In Eleven -Green seven o'clock, in the First Bap- l .monthly list Church in Calvert. The Rev. •aftemon, Harrison McLerran of Cameron officiated at the nuptial ceremony that was solemnized before a large basket of white gladioli which formed a background for the wedding party. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Seaton of Calve II and a graduate of Calvert High School. The groom, a 1964 graduate of Hearne High School, is the son of Mrs. James Adams of Hearne hnd Leonard Tidwell of Rosharon and the grandson of Mrs. Jack Scelye and the late Mr. greeted land as Mrs. president, o'clock to order Kan-titled, Flowers" Ing an comprehensive and entitled, Spray, was leader, Seelye, and Mrs. Jesse Tidwell Mrs and the late Mr. Tidwell, all of monthly Hearnc. ' t ' Traditional music selections wen? presented by Miss Carolyn Puckctt of Calvert, organist. Mr. Seaton gave his daughter ,n marriage. She was attired in .tulip The beautiful •Mrs. Plans white wool street length suit club's ;md short tulle veil held in place Friday. a white satin rose. Her en- club somble was complemented by a Hearne past corsage fashioned of white chry- .sarithenunns. The maid of honor, Miss Barbara Jean Squires of Irving, cousin c f the groom, wore a blue %vuol tweed ensemble complemented by a headpiece of matching blue net and a blue satin rose. Her costume was enhanced by a white chrysanthemum corsage. leaders the Mrs. Dickey. invited At cussion. pan: joyed 1 fee or Pep Attending the groom as best ^ cherry man was Edward L'.e Cornelius cit-arn. of Hearne. Usher was the groom's cousin, William Ru=.>eil Squires of Irving. A reception in Fellowship Hall ; (if the church followed the ceremony. An arrangement of white gladioli with white net and white satin ribbon streamers formed the central dec-or at the bride's table where blue mints, punch and traditional wedding ' mcrvts The School Friday cake topped with a miniature bride and groom were served. Serving in the bouseparty were the groom's cousin, Miss eluded ing tuna cheese Barbara Jean Squires of Irving. + h »* candy scrve:i his aunt, Mr?. Ladd Purl, and Mrs. Roy Jones, both of Hearne. After a short wedding trip. the. Mis couple are making their home in Hearne where Mr. Tidwell is em- ployed with Railroad. -Mrs. Southern Pacific Tumham Kenv?