DENNIS AND LINDA WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT
Couple Recites Vows In Friday Ceremonies In late afternoon ceremonies, Friday, Linda Lee Bartholomew became the bride of Dennis Trotter at the Orem Reception Centre with his grandfather, Theodore M. Taylor, officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. A. Dale Bartholomew of Orem and Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Trotter of Provo. A buffet dinner for members of the wedding party was hosted after the ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dee R. Taylor. That evening friends and family family members were welcomed at a reception with the receiving line standing before a white background draped with sky-line chiffon and swags of greenery. The bride's gown was an Aline Aline model of candlelight organza organza over delustered satin. Hand appliqued motifs of re-embroidered re-embroidered lace with each flower delicately delicately underlayed with blue de- Rules List For Bride News Story Because of the increasing demand for space for bridal pictures and stories the following following rules have been established by The Daily Herald: If l^tti an engagement announcement announcement and wedding etory are desired, the first tailed the skirt, and upper bodice. bodice. The bouffant, floor-length veil was edged with matching lace and caught by a headpiece of the lace and small blue buds, each centered with a jewel. She carried white daisies encircled with baby breath. Judy Nicol, sister of the bride, was matron of honor with Carla Thompson, Georgia Skinner, Adelia Sorenson, bridesmaids, and Connie Trotter, sister of the groom, junior bridesmaid. Each wore a gown of blue organdy, accented with of blue and green daisy bouquets. Flower girls, Tricia and Sandra Nicol, wore white daisy and blue sheer cotton cotton print frocks with blue and green daisies. Best man was Steve Rupper and ushers were Richard Seeley, Steven Park, Dean Workman, Dick Trotter and Darcy Trotter. Greeting at the door were Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Erickson. Music was played at the organ by Mrs. Theodore M. Taylor, the groom's grandmother. Other special guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Trotter, grandparents grandparents of the groom. A prenuptial shower wa s held at the home of Mrs. Charles Erickson with Mrs. Phillip D. Trotter, Mrs. Arlo Nelson and Mrs. Erickson as hostesses. The couple will reside In Provo where Mr. Trotter will continue his studies as a senior in advertising at Brigham Young University. He is a graduate graduate of Provo High School. The bride was graduated from Orem High school and attended Utah Technical College.