Aunt Virginia and Uncle Floyd wedding

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Aunt Virginia and Uncle Floyd wedding - Miss Ornburn WecJ Tc Floyd Turner * In Home...
Miss Ornburn WecJ Tc Floyd Turner * In Home Ceremony Miss Virginia Ornburn, daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. C. Ornburn, Route 3, Moberly, became the bride of Floyd Turner, son of Georgia Turner, Huntsville in a ceremony performed Sunday at home of the bride. The Rev. Waite, pastor of the Carpenter! k Street Baptist Church, conducted the double ring ceremony, thcj home was decorated throughout j with flowers i Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. j Charles Ogrten of Omaha, Neb., j sang 'Oh Promise Me." She also sang : 'Here Comes the Bride." I ' For her wedding, the bride chose in r r and her corsage Mfs. Cecil Conrad, sister of the bride served as matron of honor. She wore a pale blue street length dress with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. Nt-ruian Turner served his brother brother as best m'an. Mrs Ornburn wore a soft green dress with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Turner wore a clack sheer with a corsage of pink carnations. on iy A reception was held following ne the · ceremony. The three-tiered [ wedding cake was served with Mrs cream and punch. In charge o Orrick serving were Mrs. Evert Knight, gn)oin Mrs. Lloyd Ornburn and Mrs. L -^ Lewis Williams. ployed at the Si. The couple left, for a wedding le trip to Kansas City and will visit a t Mr. and Mrs. Charles King and I '. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Green while', there i %-r.W. Cecil Conrad, Mr. and Mrs. Ches- i ma de 'ter Brown and daughter, Miss Bertha Bertha Irons, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fifer and daughter, Sue, Mrs. Mayme Dixon and daughter, Gladys, Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Chrisman. Chrisman. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ornburn. Ornburn. Mr. and Mrs. Williams, the Rev. and Mrs. Waite and son, Marvin, Melvin, Glen and Junior Ornburn of the home, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ogrien of O m a h be ; nc Guests at the wedding wcre and Mrs. Frajk Cobb^Mr. mi and Mrs. Leon Cross, Mrs. Claire Gorham, Mr. and Mrs.! Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Charles King era y and Mr. and Mrs." Ira Green Kansas City. of i

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  1. Moberly Monitor-Index,
  2. 01 Jul 1952, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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