Monroe Morning World from Monroe, Louisiana on August 15, 1965 · Page 25
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Monroe Morning World from Monroe, Louisiana · Page 25

Monroe, Louisiana
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Sunday, August 15, 1965
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Miss Futrell Is Bride Of Thomas Kirkpatrick land asters decorated the recep* < Ition rooms. White tuberoses and asters were placed on the table with < the bride’s book. Misses Susan Sams and Carolyn Morris invit- j led guests to register. The bride's cake was placed on a round table covered with white tulle over satin, caught up at intervals with swags of [green grapes and leather leaf Ifern. Mrs. Gladys Foster and [Mrs. Prince A. Cain, both aunts [of the bride, cut the cake. I A similar cloth covered the I punch table, which was center- led with an antique five-branch I silver epergne filled with Elegant white carnations, tube- I roses, and clusters of grapes I arranged in a fountain effect. |A silver punch bowl was placed ■at each end of the table. Those I who served were Mrs. Louis iBoimette, aunt of the groom, land Mesdames Thomas R. Hen- Iry Jr., Ernest Clooney, and I Henry Gahagan, aunts of the I groom. I On a third table, also cover- led with white and decorated [with grapes and greenery, was | an illuminated punch fountain. | Mrs. Walter Holsomback assist- led here. Tea girls were Misses | Betty Ray Willet, Carla Willet, and Kathey Willet, cousins | of the bride, and Miss Carolyn [Atkins. Rice bags were distributed by Misses Glenda Russell, Juanita Russell, and Rebecca Russell, cousins of the bride, and Elizabeth Killgore i and Elaine Henry cousins of the bridegroom. When Mr. and Mrs. J. Kirk- l patrick left on their wedding • trip to Nassau, the bride was wearing a suit of cherry red silk i with long double breasted jack- et ornamented with « large bow at the neckline, with a tiny coif of cherry red feathers. She wore the orchid from her bridal bouquet. Upon their return, they will a junior in elementary educative in Baton Rouge, where both tion. Mr. Kirkpatrick, who it to are students at Louisiana State enter LSU Law school this fall, university. The bride, a mem- is a member of Lambda Chi ber of Pi Beta Phi sorority, is Alpha fraternity. Miss Sandra Gail Futrell became the bride of Thomas Killgore Kirkpatrick Saturday, August 14, in the First Baptist church of Pineville. Dr. F. R. Houston Smith heard the exchange of vows at 4 p.m. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Elmo Futrell Jr., of Pineville. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alva Benjamin Russell of Jena; and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Elmo Futrell of Pollock. $ Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kirkpat" rick of Baton Rouge are parents of the groom. Mrs. Thomas Morton Killgore of Lisbon and Monroe, and the late Mr. Killgore are his maternal grandparents; Mrs. Eugene Kirkpatrick of Lake Charles and the L late Mr. Kirkpatrick, paternal ; grandparents. Cathedral candles formed an archway at the altar of the church. On each side were standards of white asters and M gladioli and tree candelabra. X* Music was provided by Mason Campbell, organist, and A. A. Kelley Jr. soloist. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown of off white silk satin with closely molded bodice embroidered in seed pearls. The pearl motif was repeated on the bell skirt which flowed into a full cathedral train. A large satin rose embroidered with pearls held her three-tiered veil of French illusion. She carried a bouquet of butterfly roses and stephanotis centered with a white orchid. Miss Linda Johnson of Pineville was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Key Kirkpat-1 rick of Baton Rouge, sister of the bridegroom; Miss Diane Joyner of Boyce, Miss linda Pettus of Pineville, Miss Sandra Mabry of Shreveport, and Miss Karen Keller of Churchpoint. They wore identical dresses of aqua crepe and brocade, styled on Empire lines. Deep aqua French brocade was used for bodice and back panel, over a skirt of crepe in lighter aqua. The maid of honor carried a single long stemmed Butterfly rose, and each bridesmaid, a single Tropic ana rose. Kris Kirkpatrick of Baton Rouge was his brother’s best man. Groomsmen were Tom Powers and Joe Melton of Baton Rouge; Ronnie Futrell of Pineville, brother of the bride; Gene Kirkpatrick of Lake Charles and Ronnie Welch of Manchester, Connecticut, both cousins of the groom. Bob Janzen of Alexandria and Perry Lee Futrell of Pineville, the bride’s cousin, were ushers. Russell Futrell of Pineville, brother of the bride, and Bruce Kirkpatrick, Lake Charles, cousin of the groom, lighted the candles. Mrs. Futrell chose for her daughter’s wedding a dress of soft pink crepe with matching overblouse of a lace and ribbon knit, with a small hat of pink feathers. Mrs. Kirkpatrick wore jade green silk chiffon with over- now in progress luxury waves regularly regularly regularly $35 17.5 Cut and style set included . stylists' prices slightly higher, MRS. THOMAS KILGORE KIRKPATRICK Mrs. Grady E. Welch greeted guests at the door. A trellis interwoven with greenery and white asters formed a background for the receiving line. Arrangements of white gladioli blouse of hand - run Alencon lace. Her hat was of crushed maline in matching shade. Each wore a corsage of white orchids. A reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony. BEAUTY SALON • SECOND PLOOR STORE HOURS; 9:30 to 5:30, Monday thru Saturday it's The Palace for . . . exquisite fall fashions by America's most distinguished creators see our designers collection: • Hattie Carnegie • Christian Dior • Chanda • Mr. John • Mme. Lucia • Elysees • Miss Sally Victor • Mr. Sheldon • Peggy Earles • Emme . . . plus many, many others - many that are exclusively ours in Monroe, from $16 to $60 MILLINERY SALON • SECOND FLOOR Bounty 'WW*'SWM* Suburbanite Serendipity where fashion's fun Spirited young fashions that move into fall with a snappy style . . . get yours by Larks or Corelli for the lively look. Beau Bait, smart black leather pump with a bow, $10 Bounty, the boot with the snappy courreges look, $13 Suburbanite, the smart moo with the handsewn vamp, in tan or antiqued cordovan, $9 Serendipity, new and smart low stacked heel in brown or green, with contrasting trim, $13 Can Can, ever-so-new in black calf, tan cobra trimmed, tan suede with coral cobra; or algean blue suede with gold cobra trim .. . your choice, $15 OI* DOWN to mere uscious ca TOWN that sets the fall scene Designed by Barberini in luxurious 100% cashmere . . . smart suits skillfully tailored with smart detailing . . ready to set the fashion scene at any event this fall, sizes 6 to 16. left, 3-piece suit, grey skirt, white coat, red blouse, $155 right, hip-length jacket and slim skirt in camel, $135 FASHIONS • SECOND FLOOR SHOE SALON • STREET FLOOR ■ hmm Monroe Morning World Sunday, A or . IS, 1965 8-C

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