Farley Carlson Nuptials
^Jfetlals Read at ^LaKe City Church Barbara Ann Farley, daughter "'of Mrs. Doris Farley, formerly of > Glidden, and the late Mr. Farley, v yras married to Aaron Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carlson of Lake City Sunday afternoon, Feb. 27, at 3 o'clock .in the Woodlawn Christian Church, Lake City. The Rev. D. G. Luke of Lake City, grandfather of the bride, performed performed the double ring ceremony, assisted assisted by the Rev. Howard Prath- Mrs. Darrel Johnson' sang "O, Promise Me" and "Through the -Years" accompanied by Mrs. Clark McDonald . of Glldden. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, • Charles Ferguson of Lohrville, wore a ballerina-length 1 gown of Chantilly lace over nylon net and satin. The bodice, which buttoned below the waist in the back, had a queen Anne collar. The sleeves tapered . to points over the wrists. The front of the skirt had inserts of pleated nylon tulle. Her nylon tulle fingertip veil hung from a heart-shaped crown. She carried a bouquet of peacock blue fringettes, centered with a detachable white hybrid orchid, and French carnation starettes. Mrs. Richard Carlson, sister-in- law of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. She wore a ballerina- length gown of blue net over taffeta taffeta with matching stole and carried carried a bouquet of pastel yellow carnations~in tucked maline with knotted satin showers. Bridesmatrons were Mrs. Dwayne Fiscus of Churdan, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Robert Gregory of Perry, friend. Marcia Farley, sister 1 of the bride, was . Junior bridesmaid. Mrs. Fiscus wor6 a ballerina- length gown of yellow net over taffeta with matching stole. Mrs. Gregory wore a ballerina-length gown of blue net over taffeta. Their bouquets were of pastel yellow yellow and pastel blue carnations, matching their gowns. Miss Farley Farley wore yellow net over taffeta and carried a bouquet of pastel blue carnations. Best man was Richard Carlson, Marlene Ann to Marry Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Johannes of Carroll announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Marlene Marlene Ann, of Anchorage, Alaska, to Jack Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clark of Anchorage. So Pretty! Marlene Ann Johannes brother of the bridegroom. Ushers were Carl Carlson, cousin of the bridegroom, and Don Lauver, friend of the bridegroom. Ring bearers were the bridegroom's bridegroom's nephew, Danny Carlson, who~wore—a- white suit • and the bridegroom's niece, Carol Sue Carlson, who wore a yellow organdy organdy ballerina-length dress. They carried the rings on pillows of white satin and net. A reception for about 150 guests was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Mrs. Milet Milet Carlson had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Russell Short, Mrs. Darrel LeGau and Mrs. Lee King had charge of the gift table. The four-tiered wedding cake was placed on tucked greenery bordered with white flowers and topped with a fanned floral design. It was cut and served by Mrs. Charles Ferguson, aunt of the bride. CaroT~Davis of Des Moines, friend of the bride, and Mrs. Dolsy Dolsy Lawrence of Glidden, poured coffee. Dining room hostess was Ruth Fielding of Glidden. Serving were Kay Halligan, Shirley Nees, Phyllis Phyllis Greene, and Mickey McDonald of Glidden. Others assisting were Mrs. Jay Carlson, Mrs. Viola Jay, Mrs. Keith Hanks, Mrs. Charles Dunlap and Mrs. Julia Young. For going-away, the bride wore a two-piece gray suit with red accessories. accessories. After a week's trip in the South. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson will be at home on a farm near Lytton.