Dorothy Gaston Wedding 4Jun1952

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Dorothy Gaston Wedding 4Jun1952 - Miss Gaston June Bride Of Walter Roy Randall...
Miss Gaston June Bride Of Walter Roy Randall (Mary Jane Studio) Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ray Randall Pleasant Hill Baptist Church vv^s the scene at two o'clock last Sunday afternoon for the marriage marriage of Miss Dorothy Eileen Gaston, Gaston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gaston, and Walter Ray Randall, Randall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Randall. The altar was decorated decorated with white gladioli, spirea and palms, forming the Ijackground for the double ring ceremony which was performed by Reverend Ross Partridge. Mr. and Mrs. Gaston gave a reception at their home after the ceremony. The bride's aunt, Mrs. Robert Jennings, was accompanied by Miss Gretta Osborn when she sang "Lo. The Bride" and "I Love You Truly," preceding the ceremony. The bride had her cousin, Miss Juanita Jennings of Sullivan, 111., her only attendant. Miss Jennings Jennings wore a ballerina length gown of blue net over satni/ trimmed trimmed with pink rosebuds and cra- ried a colonial bouquet of pink rosebuds. Given in marriage by her father. Miss Gaston, woi-e a ballerina length gown of white satin, designed designed with a long-sleeved lace bolero covering the fitted strapless bodice. More of the lace formed apron-effect overakirt and edged the chapel length veil of illusion illusion which was attached tp a lace cap trimmed with pearls and rhinestones. Her flowers, white orchids and stephanotis, were carried on a white Testament. Mr. Randall had DeWaine Randall Randall as his best man. Ushers were Robert Jennings of Peoria and Richard Randall. Assisting at the reception were Misses Helen Roper and Mary Modlin. Miss Rheba Randall kept guest register. Also assisting were Mrs. Roy. Jennings and Mrs. James Jennings. Pink roses formed the centerpiece on the bride's table. Both Mrs. Gaston and Mr^. Randall, Randall, mothers of the principals, wore navy blue dresses and white accessories. Mrs. Gaston's corsage pink carnations and Mrs. Randall's Randall's white carnations. The bride was a member of last week's graduating class at Mt. Vernon high school. She has accepted accepted a position as a secretary the office of Electric Autolite Company. Mr. Randall, who graduated graduated from Mt. Vernon high school 1950, is a bookkeeper at East Side Lumber Company. They will make their home at south 25th street, Mt. Vernon. Out-of-town guests here for the wedding and reception were: Mr. Mrs. Roy Jennings and family, and Mrs. James Jennings and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Hammond Hammond Gaston, all of Sullivan; Mr. Mrs. Robert Jennings and daughters of. Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gaston and son of Sterling; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stenger Dale Donahoo, of Tuscola; Ida Elliston of Indianapolis; and Mrs. Howard Morris of Centralia; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Currie and family of Salem; Mr. Mrs. Herschel Maxey and son, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Curx-ie daughter, of Alma, 111. A charivari and shower will be at the home of the bride's parents on Friday evening in honor of the newly married couple. Shrine Circus Queen Contest Is Announced "A circus qupon contest will be held in connection with the Southern Southern Illinois Shrine Circus of Southern Southern Illinois," it has been announced announced by Past Potentate Benjamin O. Cooper, general chairman of the eveat. "Five cricu.s- queens will be chosen from five separate districts in Southern Illinois. Queens will be chosen on (he general admission admission and reserved seat ticket sales and will receive as their reward an all e-xpenso trip to Alcapulco, Mexico. In addition to the five circus queen trips, 2 runners up will be picked from each of the five districts and they will receive an all expen.se weeks vacation at Garrison's resort on the beautiful Kentucky Lake," chairman Benjamin Benjamin O. Cooper said. Tom Pack.s is staging Ainad Temple's .Shiinc Circus which will play i" the following louns on the following dales. • Metropolis, 111,, Juiir 1(5. Marion, III,, June 17, Sparta, 111,, June 18. Carbondale, III., June 19. Harrisburg, 111., June 20. Anna, 111,, une 21, Salem, 111,-, June 23, Effingham. Ill,, June 24. Fairfield, III,, June 25. LawrencGvillc, III,. June 26, Carmi, 111,, June 27, Dupo, III., July 7. Wood River, 111,, July S, Granite City, 111., July 9. East St. Louis, 111., JuJly 10. Greenville, III., July 12. Flora, 111., July 14. Olney, 111., July 15. Wayne county and Jefferson county, both of which are in District District No. 5 for the queen contest, have candidates in the contest. They are Miss Sue Boswell, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Boswell, Boswell, 2007 Bi-oadway. Mt. Vernon, who is being spoasored by Mt. Vernon Elks Lodge and Miss Pat Bruce, daughter of Fi-ed Bruce of Fairfield. Miss Boswell will be introduced to the Jefferson County Shrine Club and their ladies at an outing this evening, at the home of Jimmy Jimmy Ranmar on Fairfield Road. BOY SCOUT NEWS A. of Scout Leaders Hold Feiiowshii) Meeting: An inspiring fellowship meeting of the Scout troops and Explorer Post leaders of Jefferson District, Ambraw-Wabash Council, was held last evening at the Scout cabin located at the city reservoir with 23 in attendance. A fellowship supper was served in the open with the cooking of the evening meal in real Scouting style. This was followed by the fellowship campfire, which consisted of all awarded

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  1. Mt. Vernon Register-News,
  2. 04 Jun 1952, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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