The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 24, 1968 · Page 42
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 42

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ClO-Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday. Nov. 24. 1968 Couples Exchange Vows i llflllirr Mr. Crupper, Miss Henderson Services at the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in West Palm Beach united in marriage Miss Frances Gale Hen Mr. Martin, Miss Kellogg St. Juliana's Catholic Church was the setting Saturday for the 8 p.m. wedding of Miss Wanda Louise Kellogg and Paul Crawford Martin. The Rev. Father Brown Przi derson and Gary Gene Crupper. Saturday Nov. 23. Canon J. R. Knox Brumby of Fort Lauderdale officiated at the 5 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Henderson of West Palm Beach. Mr. Crupper is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Crupper of Le-velland. Texas. Attendants included Miss Janice McLaughlin as maid of honor and Mrs. Joan Henderson, sister-in-law of the bride, as matron of honor. F.E. Watkins. of Hollywood. the bride's uncle, was best man. Stephen P. Rowe served as usher. A reception was held at Stouffer's Restaurant at the Holiday Inn. The couple will return to Dallas. Tex. today where Mr. Crupper is a member of the Restland Firm. Mrs. Crupper, who was graduated from Florida State University in 1968 and a member of Pi Beta Phi Social Sorority, is presently employed as a home economist lor Dallas Power and Light Co. I.Wrre. L? 1 (A a- s- i I f fcj ' ' "j IAAVC CI OCT Dl I A I IT V " FIRST QUALITY ALWAYS The bride is the daughter of Walter 0. Kellogg of Hollywood and Mrs. Wilma Fulton of 205 SW 10th Ave., Boynton Beach. Mr. Martin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Martin of Ranch Lane. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a full v length gown of lace and chif-' fon fashioned with a full skirt. Her waist length veil of illusion was layered and fell from a headpiece of roses. Miss Debra K. Kellogg, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a pink street length dress with matching pink veil. Joseph M. Honeycutt was best man. A reception given by Phillip and Michele Byerly of 1138 Highridge Road, Lake Worth, was held following the SOUNDS GREAT! - It's conference time for Mrs. Betty L. Morris, first vice president of the Palm Beach Symphonette, Edward Palmer, conductor of the Symphonette, and Mrs. Jan Kemper Stevens, president. All three happily looking over the schedule for the new season. Symphonette Tuning Up For Season's Concerts A sleeper of an idea... the ruffled culotte of cool unrufflable nylon The couple is honeymooning in Miami Beach and will ..reside after Nov. 25 at 716 Mcintosh St. gle Book" at the West Palm Beach auditorium for the first young people's concert. Music's in the air and the melodies are coming from the Palm Beach Symphonette which begins its season Wednesday. Dec. 4. A high note will open the season with the Keyboard Dinner Dance the evening before Children's Letters To God V XI All i MftTirrw.ltt5v S2Z0. WW ' 1 AS. I I, f ,r,w Acr a V I the first concert. 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