The Daily News-Journal from Murfreesboro, Tennessee on August 7, 1988 · 26
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6C Sun., Aug. 7, 1988. Murfreesboro. Tenn. THE DAILY NEWS JOURNAL Cook-Aen : : TT1 ' - ' . . ! - 1 i ! 1 r". ! - . ' v... - ""''V, ;v..-. Geri Maxine Cook of Antioch, formerly of Murfreesboro, and Scott Phillip Allen of Hermitage, Tenn., were married June 4 at Two Ravers Mansion in Donelson, Tenn., with Sherry McCreery officiating. Music was provided by Kirk and Karen Naylor and Lisa Davis. The bride is the daughter of Patricia M. Cook and the late Jerry Cook of Murfreesboro. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Zanco of Chicago, 111. Escorted by her brother, Mark Cook, the bride wore an off-the-shoulder, full-length wedding gown of ivory satin. The long-waisted bodice and short, pouf sleeves were accented by Alencon lace and pearls. The skirt fell to a circular, chapel-length train and was accented by a large satin candy-box bow. The handmade fingertip illusion veil was fashioned in a contemporary design and featured a pouf illusion attached to a headband and accented with irridescent sequins and leaves. She carried a -cascading" bouquet of calla lilies, stephanotisandivy. . f Denise Heath served as her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Paula Wisdom, Desha Larkm, Melissa Underwood, Jennifer Manna and Pam Cook, sister-in-law of the bride. They wore ankle-length black and ivory satin dresses with black skirts and ivory bodices with ivory lace overlay and black pouf sleeves -with ivory lace. They each carried calia lilies and sword fern in sheath bouquets, Jay Allen of Houston, Texas served as his brother's best man. Bob Johnson, John Powell, John Wellspring, David Parker and Ted Nowicki were groomsmen. Eric Heath and Clifford Cook, nephews of the bride, were ring bearers. ' 1 Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Holidome in Donelson. Presiding at the bridal register was Laura Harrison of Murfreesboro. After a honeymoon to Pomanb Beach, Fla., and a cruise to the Bahamas, the couple is at home in Donelson. Mary Katharine Buwalda CarothersBuwalda Geri Maxine and Scott Phillip Allen Mary Katherine Carothers of - Murfreesboro and Vincent John Buwalda of Nashville were married July 16 at First Presbyterian Church in Nashville, with Arch MacNair officiating. Music was provided by Mrs. Thomas Warren, organist; Janet Epstein, flutist; Craig Duncan, violinist; and John Pell, classical guitarist. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Stuart Carothers of Murfreesboro. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Peter Buwalda of Nashville. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a wedding gown that was designed for her late grandmother, Mary Elizabeth Oman. -The gown -was fashioned of Duchess satin in an 'antique tone with a modified square neckline trimmed with rosepointe appliques. The medieval sleeves with full, pleated tops were fitted from the elbows and trimmed at the wrist with rosepointe lace. The skirt fell to a cathedral-length train covered with illusion, which was attached at the shoulders. Sheer illusion was also attached to her headpiece, which was decorated with fresh Lady Di roses and white larkspur. She carried a bridal bou quet of ivory and peach Lady Di roses, ivy, white larkspur, fern and peach Caribbean lilies. Carol Anne Carothers served as her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Carrie Harvey, sister of the groom, and Holly Swan. They wore tea-length, peach brandy-colored gowns of bridal satin which featured a V-shaped neckline which complemented the shape of the waistline. Five inches of pleated satin formed open sleeves which met at the back above the fitted bodice. They each carried bouquets of peach lilies, ivy, fern, purple statice and wax flowers. --Geoff Buwalda served as his : brother's best man. Thomas Harvey, brother-in-law of the groom, and Mac Curlin were groomsmen. Ushers were Seth Curlin ajid Bill Carothers. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at Cheek House. Presiding at the bridal register was Carlisle Tarns Curlin. Assisting with serving were Caroline Carothers and Libby Weaver. . After a honeymoon a t Amelia Island, Fla., the couple is at home in Richmond, Va. -- A I ( ; . 'i a- A A f" A !!Mf Thank for making WCNS 1. With your ; I'itllJ I continued hlp, w can build on n ; I W W WViftttW better totion. moil yoyr opinions t : , -..- mmm-m - WGNS AM STEREO, P.O. 1450, Mur- . PURE GOLD REPORT CARD irwboro, tn vn H Excellent O Satisfactory Needs Improvement I LOCAL NEWSWEATHER I OAKLANDRIVERDALE HIGH I SPORTS SCHOOL SPORTS Comments: Comments: Check One EES. I Check On. BE Mil COLLEGE FT.BALLBSKTBALL BASEBALL I prefer MTSU Continue BRAVES P I prefer UT Switch to SOUNDS Play PURE GOLD Music Play PURE GOLD Music Comments: Comments: I MUSIC PROGRAMMING I I OTHER SUGGESTIONS: I Pure Gold Hits of 50', 60s and 70's Comments: - - - - . Check One Londrum-Lee Gerald and Deborah Gaines Lawrence-Gaines Beth Wright Landrum of Nashville and Danny C. Lee of Murfreesboro were married Saturday at Tulip Grove Baptist Church in Hermitage, Term., with Les Prouty officiating. Music was provided by David McKnight and Ms. Genevieve Lish. The bride is thedaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Wright of Hermitage. The groom is the son of Carl Lee a nd the la te Mr s . Lee of Madisonville, Tenn. Escorted by her son, Jay Landrum, the bride wore an ivory tea-length dress embroidered with satin and beads. She wore a halo-style headpiece accented by- ivory roses and baby's breath. " Jennifer Landrum served as her mother's maid of honor. New Arrivals Bridesmaids were Carolyn Lee, Kimberly Lee and Teresa Lee, daughters of the groom. They wore light blue tea-length gowns and carried French bouquets of blue roses and ivory and rose-colored flowers. Jay Landrum served as best man. Ushers were Randy Lee, brother of the groom, Jim Wright, Jerry Wright, brothers of the bride, and Mike Stillman. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the church. Assisting with serving were, Cindy Barnett, Debbie Foushee &nd Karen Lee Patterson. After a Caribbean cruise to the Enchanted Islands, the couple is at home in Nashville. - July 11. Born at Middle Tennessee Medical Center, the baby weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces. - His grandparents are Eunice and ' Robert Coons and O.C. and Maude Deborah Lawrence and Gerald Gaines were married July 23 at the home of the bride's parents, with the -Rev. Henry F. Tucker officiating. Music was provided by Colitia Flemming. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Acie Lawrence of Murfreesboro. The groom is the son of the Rev. Frank Gaines and Ms. Rosie Lee Goins of Murfreesboro. ' Escorted by her father, the bride wore an apricot-colored dress covered with white lace with a matching hat. She carried a bridal bouquet of peach and white carnations. ' - Her matron of honor was Patricia Miller. Serving as bridesmaids were Tamiko Lawrence, sister of the bride, and Joann Hicks, sister of the groom. They wore apricot-colored dresses accented by ruffles at the waist and carried white carnations. Clariss Sanders was the flower girl. Mickael Marable served as his friend's best man. Groomsmen were Kenneth Lawrence, brother of the bride, and James Goins, brother of the groom. Ring bearer was Corey Lawrence. Zackery Hicks, brother of the groom, and Tony Newman served as ushers. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at Patterson Park Community Center. The couple is residing in Murfreesboro. ....... 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