Delia Democrat-Times Sunday, June G, '65 15 First Christian Church Scene Of Wells-Doyle Wedding Ceremony Miss Ahncda Jeannclle Doyle and Arthur Fred Wells Jr., were married at 2:30 Saturday afternoon in the First Christian Church. The bride is Ihc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Doyle, n n d parents of Ihe groom ore Mr. and Mrs. Arlhur Fred Wells, all of Greenville. Officiating at the double ring ceremony was t!e Rev. Roberl Glenn, Miss Sue Ellen Sikes, cousin of Ihe bride from Rus- Ion, La. was Ihe soloist. She sang "One Hand, One Heart," "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Jetfu Haley was the organist. Arrangements of while gladi oli, aslers and pompon chrysanthemums were in the altar vases, flanked by branched candelabra holding white tapers. * * * GIVEN in marriage by her father, the bride wore floor length wedding gown of peau d soie nnd lace with chapel train The bodice was designed with Sabrina neckline, elbow length sleeves and was embroidered with seed pearls. She wore a finger-tip illusion veil edged in ]ace, and carried a bridal bou- quel of white roses. The bride's twin sister, Miss Annette Doyle, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Polly Sikes of Ruston, La., Mrs Allen Spragins, Mrs. Carl Griffin and Miss Virginia Hill. Miss Doyle wore a short dress of pink peau de soie and lace with matching accessories, nnd carried a bouquet of American Beauty roses. The other attendants wore short pink silk dresses with Sabrina necklines and bell shaped skirts. They carried crescenl ooquels of red roses. I Mrs. Wells dress was of blue Flower girl was a nicre of the ice, ami her flowers were also 1 ride, Lisu Lynn Doyle of Grecn- ille. She wore a pink floor ength dress of embroidered or- nndy. Davis Temple of Tupelo, was x?st man. Groomsmen were im Lewis of South Pittsburg, "enn.. Allen Spragins. Dave 'ickelt of Jackson, Houston Veils, t h e groom's brother ant im Doyle, the bride's broOwr * * * SCULLY Memorial Hall wab he scene of the reception immediately after the ceremony. Decorating the foyer and reception rooms were arrangements of gladioli, aslcrs nnd chrysanthemums. Receiving the guests were members of the bridal party and mothers of the bride and groom. Mrs. Doyle wore a sheath dress of blue lace with matching accessories and shoiil- ler bouquet of while roses. vhitc roses. * * * THE bride's table, covered villi a clolh of while organdy, landed with lace, was centered y a tiered wedding cake. On each side were silver candela- ' ra holding white tapers. Miss Elizabeth Booker and Miss Barbara Stallings cut and served the cake. Presiding at lie silver punch service was Mrs. Jim Doyle. Tea girls were Miss Jane Lancaster, Miss Kay Stubblefield, Miss Phyllis Warner and Miss Deddie Picket!, both of Jnck- Hl. For travel Ihe bride wore a turquoise silk suit with while accessories and tlic roses from her bridal bouquet. When (lie couple returns from a three month wedding trip to Spartanburg, S.C., (hey will live in Memphis. Alice Bell Garden Club Installs New Officers Kuvmo wnrwmiE WITHIK HOUKI Idle Hour Floral Co. The Alice Ml Garden Club concluded its club year with a luncheon meeting Tuesday al the Country Club. New officers were installed al this time. Assuming duties next year will be: Mrs. W. D. G a r d n e r , president; Mrs. George Archer, irst vice president; Mrs. John V. William?, .second vice presdenl: Mrs. Claude Bailey, reasurer; Mrs. Russell W. Miliken, recording secretary; and Miss Floriana Donovan, corresponding secretary. Mrs. J. D. 'eel conducted the installation, ising appropriate original X)ems and packages of flower seeds. John Tcunnisson furnished the program for the day showing colored slides of the various beaulificatiou projjecls in Greenville. 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