Tipton Tribune Tipton, Indiana 15 June 1960 Page 7

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Tipton Tribune
Tipton, Indiana
15 June 1960
Page 7 - Ceremony Unites June McFarland/ Raymond...
Ceremony Unites June McFarland/ Raymond Hurlock. Mrs. Velva 'Purvis ' double ring ceremony at Goldsmith Methodist church -united in marriage Miss June McFarland and Raymond LeRo'y Hurlock. Rev. Henry Pratt read the wedding vows at 3:30 p. m. Saturday. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McFarland, of Goldsmith and Mr. Earl Hurlock, 813 South Plate street, Kokomo, is father of the bridegroom. Candelabra and palms decorated the church. White satin bows mark; ed the pews. . The bride entered on the arm of her father, wlio gave her in marriage. She wore a floor length gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta. Sequins adorned the scalloped neckline and long sleeves tapered into bridal points over her hands. A headpiece of sequins held her veil of net which was shoulder length. She carried a white Bible on which rested a bouquet of red roses wit ha shower of white satin srea- mers. ' .! „' The maid of honor, Miss Ruth Ann Sweet, of Kokomo, wore a blue dacron dress. The bodice was embroidered in white and -4, large tailored bow adorned the back a the waistline. The neckline was low and short sleeves were cap style.- She > carried a colonial bo/- quet of blue tinted carnations tied with white satin ribbon. Miss Sherry Huff, of Goldsmith, bridesmaid, appeared in a gown identical to that of the maid of honor. Jay Dunn, of Kokomo, was best man and ushers were LaVern Clingenpeel, of Greentown, and Richard Stiener, of North Manchester. . Mrs. Max Burgan, of Goldsmith, was .organist. Selections included "Always," "Indiana Love Call," "Hand In Hand" and Rev. Pratt sang. "The Lord's Prayer." For. her daughter's wedding, Mrs. ^McFarland wore a pink rayon linen dress with white ac- .cessories and her corsage was white carnations. After the wedding a reception was gtyen in the church parlors for approximately -* 125 guests.. Mrs. "Frank Park, Mrs. Robert Watson, Mrs. Bill Huff and Mrs. Bernice Phifer were in charge. The table was covered with a, blue lace cloth centered-was a four-tiered wedding cake iced in while. A miniature bride and groom adorned the top. W h H e camelias surrounded the punch bowl. Blue punch filled the crystal punch bowl in, which flated hearts of crystal clear ice. White mints were served. The service was crystal and silver and white napkins were inscribed in silver with the names, June and Ray. ft . - Serving at the tables "were .her cousins, Cathy Stowers, Mary Ellen McFarland and, Laura Ann Achenbach. • .. ' Out of town guests were present from Tipton, Atlanta, Noblesville, Frankfort, Kempton,' Kokomo, North Manchester, Gre e n t o w n, Kankakee 111., Anderson, Chesterfield and Kirklin. For traveling she chose a blue dacron corsage was from her bridal. Her corsage was from her bridal bouquet.- • After June 27, they will be at home at 809 South Tlate street, Kokomo in their newly built and furnished home. • •' . . The bride is a 1956 graduate of Jefferson township high school and was graduated from Indiana Business college in 1957. She-is em-

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