Leslie Perrin weds Barbara Shook at Waco, Texas.
MHS. LKSMK LLOYU I'KKRIN Barbara Ann Shook Becomes Bride Of Leslie Perrin In Waco The Robinson Drive United Methodist Church in Waco provided the setting on September September 1 for a wedding of interest in Mexia when Miss Barbara Ann Shook became the bride-of Leslie Lloyd Perrin. The Reverend Richard Martin, minister of Waco Primitive Baptist Church was the officiant for the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otho G. Shook, of Waco. Parents of the bridegroom are Mrs. Stella Perrin, of Mexia and Floyd Perrin, of Dallas. The church altar was decorated with baskets of white gladioli, large mums and stocks accented with greenery. Floor standards entwined with greenery held white cathedral tapers. Mrs. Candace Day, of Waco was at the organ to play the nuptial music. She also played the traditional weddine marches and gave the accompaniment for the soloist, Mrs. Charles R. Cow, of Waco, who sang "The Wedding Song." The bride was given in marriage by her father. She chose for her wedding a formal gown of ivory organza. The bodice of Chantilly lace was fashioned with a sheer yoke with a high neckline and balloon sleeves. The watteau train was enhanced with lace medallions and edged with Venice lace. A band of lace flowers held her elbow length veil of imported illusion and she carried a cascade of white Elegance carnations, gypsophelia, white pom pons and pink sweetheart roses. Miss Donna Shook, sister of Ihe bride, was maid of honor and College District) Courses Over Mrs. John Sartor was matron of honor. They wore identical gowns of pink flocked organza. The empire models featured round necklines and short puffed sleeves. They wore matching pink picture hats and carried colon,ial bouquets of white Elegance carnations and pink sweetheart roses. Joe T. Allen of Austin was best man and John Posey was groomsman. Ushers were Leslie Avant, HI and Richard Shook, brother of the bride. Mrs. Shook chose for her daughter's wedding, a light pink crepe designed with a fitted waist and long sleeves. She wore matching accessories and a white Jafet orchid corsage. Mrs. Perrin mother of the bridegroom, was attired in a blue and white dress with short sleeves and accented with a white belt. She wore corresponding accessories and a white Jafet orchid corsage. A reception was held immediately immediately following the ceremony in the church fellowship hall. Miss Darlene Shook, sister of Ihe bride, was in charge of the bride's book. The bride's table, unusually beautiful in appointment, was covered with white satin overlaid with white lace. Forming the centerpiece was a gorgeous arrangement of white Elegance Carnations, accented with pink sweetheart roses. The wedding cake, arranged in three graduated tiers, was decorated with dainty pink rosebuds and the top tier held a miniature cupid. Mrs. Mike Reaves, of Dallas and Mrs. David Elliston, of Dallas served the wedding confection and Mrs. Eugene Fulton and Mrs. Curtis Merchant, Merchant, of Mexia alternated at the punch bowl. Miss Susan Perrin, of Dallas, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Leslie Avant, III, of Mexia presided at the bridegroom's table. Later, when the couple left for a wedding trip, Mrs. Perrin was wearing an orange and brown dress topped with a matching jacket. She wore brown accessories accessories and the orchid from her wedding bouquet. Mr. and Mrs. Perrin will make their home at 1521 Reagan Hill Drive in Austin. The bride is a graduate of Robinson High School. She at- teirded UTC and McLendon Community College and will em-oil as an accounting major at the University of Texas al Austin. She is employed as a clerk in the Internal Revenue Service. The bridegroom is a graduate of Mexia High School. He is a senior student at the University of Texas in Austin where he is a civil engineer major