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Jordan Chapman wedding - 2D The Parts Newi, Sun., Oct. 28, 1984...
2D The Parts Newi, Sun., Oct. 28, 1984 s/oraan-L^kap The double-ring wedding vows of Miss Vicki Kaye Chapman and Shawn Dyke Jordan were solemnized solemnized in a semi-formal ceremony at 7 o'clock Saturday evening, Oct. 27, at the Providence Baptist Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Chapman, Rt. 6, Paris. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Jordan, Rt. 2, Powderly. Joe Farmer sang "The Rose," "If" and "The Wedding Song." He was accompanied by Mrs. Frank McHam, pianist. The altar was centered with a 15-branched oval candelabra and flanked by nine-branched oval candelabras. Each candelabra was appointed with white 15-inch tapers and mixed fresh ferns, wedding doves and pink satin bows. Pews were marked with pink satin bows. The bride wass escorted to the altar by her father and given in marriage by her parents. She wore an organza gown with a ruffled scooped neckline and puffed sleeves. The bodice was fitted and the waistline was defined with satin ribbon and flowers. The skirt featured four ruffles banded with satin ribbon and flowed into a chapel-length train. The bride's illusion illusion veiling fell from a band of white flowers and was accented with white satin ribbon and white flowers. She carried a cascade of silk pink and white roses, cranberry miniature carnations, baby's breath and white satin ribbon ribbon accented with pink, white and cranberry sheer ribbons. Miss Kathy Lynch was maid of honor and Mrs. Candi Sikes was bridesmaid. They wore cranberry gowns with scooped necklines, puffed sleeves and fitted bodices. Keith Jordan, brother of the bridegroom, was best man and Steve Jordan, also a brother of the bridegroom, was groomsman. Ushers were Jeff Chapman, brother of the bride, and Larry Young of Powderly. A RECEPTION was held at the church following the ceremony. The bride's parents were hosts. Members of the houseparty were Mrs. Wayne Farmer, Mrs. Gail Thompson, Mrs. Tommy Whitten, Mrs. Jimmy Moore and Mrs. Nell man Saffle, all of Paris; Mrs. Travis Morton of Omaha, Neb.; Mrs. Dana Thorpe of Sulphur Springs and Mrs.J. T. Childers. The bride is a 1982 graduate of North Lamar High School where she was a cheerleader and member of the volley and track teams and the band. She attended Paris Junior College and is employed at L.T.S. Optical in Paris. The bridegroom is a 1979 graduate of North Lamar where he was a member of the football and baseball teams and of the Future Farmers of America. He is employed by Central Freight in Paris. Following a wedding trip to Hot Springs, Ark., the couple will make their home at 425 NE Loop 286. AND MRS. I. D. JORDAN were hsots for a dinner at the Providence Providence Church following the wedding wedding rehearsal. Rebekahs confer degree The initiatory degree was conferred conferred on Don Flowers bys the degree staff under the direction of Mrs. Warren Daves, team captain, when Paris Rebekah Lodge No. 20 met Monday evening. Mrs. Booker McGee, noble grand, presided over the business session. Mrs. Curtis C. Fendley Sr., presented the Candle of Faith service. service. She read a poem, "Keep Going" Going" from a book of poems belonging belonging to her mother, the late Mrs. Maude Bridges. Mrs. Boyd Griffin Study Club every fourth Monday. The unwritten work is taught to the new members each meeting night and a covered-dish supper is served. served. A bingo party and supper will be held on Oct. 29. All Rebekahs and Odd Fellows and their families are urged to attend and to bring a covered-dish. After lodge closed, refreshments were served by Mrs. Carl J. Musick and Mrs. David Clarkson. The table was covered with a Halloween cloth and centered with a paper pumpkin witch flanked by pewter candle holders with orange

Clipped from The Paris News28 Oct 1984, SunPage 71

The Paris News (Paris, Texas)28 Oct 1984, SunPage 71
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