The Clifton Record (Clifton, Tex.), Vol. 96, No. 49, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 4, 1991 Page: 4 of 24
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THE CLIFTON RECORD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1991, PAGE 4A
Exchange Vows Oct. 12
CLIFTON - Myra Kay Marshall and David Alan
Lackey t changed wedding wwi on Saturday, Oct 12.
1991, at 2 p m in Pirat Baptist Church, Clifton. The
Rev Roy Epperson of Robert Lae Baptist Church
officiated at the candlelight ceremony
The bride u the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Loon Mar
shall of Clifton. Parents of the groom are Mr and Mrs
Kenneth Lackey of Robert Lee. The groom ie the grand
9on of Mrs Ella Reeder, also of Robert Lee
The sanctuary was decorated with an arched can
delahra holding white taper candles and decorated with
a floral arrangement in fall colors. The arch was
flanked by candelabras of votive candles decorated with
greenery Prelude music was presented by John
Mueller, pianist, of Fort Worth, and Roaalyn White,
organist, of Clifton. John sang and play In Thu Very
Room prior to the ceremony, and accompanied Janice
Horak of Stephenville when they aang a duet The Gift
of Lot*. Janice, accompanied by Mrs. White, also sang
The Lord’» Prayer. Mrs. White played the Wedding
March from The Sound of Music and the Bridal Chrus
by Wagner as the processional She played Toccata by
Widor as the recessional.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a
formal gown by Bonnie fashioned of bridal satin with
a sabrind neckline and deep-V back bodice The leg
of mutton sleeves as well as the bodice were trimmed
with silk floss lace, pearls, and sequins with strands
of pearls draped across the V-back. The full skirt was
appltqued with lace. The front of the skirt was lace
edged and swept into a ruffle-edged cathedral length
tram A beaded floral wreath gathered the finger tip
veil into a double row pouf in back She carried a cas
rading bouquet of white roses and white Fiji mums
with stephanotis, baby’s breath, English ivy, and white
lace For something old, the bride wore a favorite an-
tique ring; something new was her veil. As something
borrowed, the bride wore the diamond and pearl ear
rings her sister had worn at her wedding; something
blue was the garter her mother made for her. She also
wore her and the groom's birth pennies in her shoes.
Jan Marshall Bobe of Dallas, sister of the bride, was
matron of honor Brides matrons and bridesmaids were
Rachel McCullough Matthews of Ruaaelville, Ark.;
Shannon Westbrook of Waco; and Jennifer Pippin of
Dallas. They wore tea-length forest green iridescent
taffeta with puffed sleeves and full skirts gathered onto
drop-waist bodices of floral designed tapestry in fall
colors. The backs of the dresses were adorned by a forest
green taffeta bow with a floral tapestry rosette at the
center. The attendants carried cascading bouquets of
red roses, gold button poms, purple astromerial lilies,
purple states, burgundy min-carnations and baby's
Serving as best man was Greg Carter of Victoria.
Groomsmen were Phil Bobe of Dalla, brother in-law of
the bride; Tommy Ross of Waco; and Greg Nail of Bick-
sburg, Miss. Ushers were John Reeder of Amarillo;
James Reeder of Hampton, Va.; and Lee Shelton of
The groom wore black tails with a red rose bouton
niere accented by baby’s breath. Groomsmen wore for-
mal, black tuxedos with deep burgundy cumberbunds
and tie, and red rose boutonnieres. The ushers, fathers,
and ministers were attired in formal, black tuxedos as
well, with black cumberbunds and ties, and red rose
Mrs. Marshall, mother of the bride, wore a street-
length dress of dusty rose lace with a matching lace
and chiffon jacket. Mrs. Lackey, mother of the groom,
wore a cranberry atresldawgtttwdaaaa with latahfaj. -
jacket. Corsages for the mother* were made of red
rosea, purple statis, and mixed flowers of fall colors
Following the ceremony, a reception hosted by the
bride’s parents was held in the church fellowship hall.
The center table was decorated with white lace over
a white cloth with a hurricane globe and candle cen-
terpiece surrounded by a floral arrangement in mixed
fall colors The bride’s table with white lace over a
forest green cloth held the brde's cake decorated with
fresh flowers in fall colors. The groom’s table had white
lace over a burgundy cloth with a fall floral arrange-
ment and the chocolate groom’s cake decorated with
the couple's monogram surrounded by fall colored flow-
era. Members of the houae party were Lisa Rowe Smith
of Spring, Mary Hoermann, Lesa Hueske, Brandi Olds,
and Susan Cogliati, all of Waco; Lisa Richards of Ogles-
by, and Brenda Reeder of Amarillo.
Exchange Vows Sept. 28
JACKSONVILLE, NC - Pamela Carlisle and
28, 1991, in North Carolina.
The bride ia the daughter of Carol Mortimer of
Rosebud and Frank Carlisle of Houston. Parents of the
groom art Brenda and Jerry Webb of Rosebud, and Jim
and June Henderson of Hobbs, N il He is a 1988
graduate of Clifton High School, and is currently a cor-
poral in the U.S. Marine Corps stationed at Camp
The couple make their home in Jacksonville, N.C.
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Mrs. Shane Henderson
Mrs. David Alan Lackey
—Photo By Bobbie Sus Zander
The groom’s parents hosted a rehearsal dinner for
the wedding party and relatives of the bride and groom
at Rose Hill Terrace Bed and Breakfast in Meridian
on Friday, Oct. 11. The decor of the dining room car-
ried out the bride’s chosen colors of forest green and
burgundy, with fall color accents.
Following a honeymoon to Natchez, Miss., the cou-
ple will make their home in Irving. The groom ia a
materials engineer with D ft S Plastics International,
A miscellaneous shower honoring the bride was given
on Aug. 24, in the home of Mary Hoermann. The show
er was hosted by Mias Hoermann, Shannon Westbrook.
I 'Lesa Hueske, Lisa Richards, and Brandi Olds.
A miscellaneous shower and brunch honoring the
bride was held on Saturday, Sept. 7, in the fellowship
hall of the Robert Lee Baptist Church. Hditesses wdfl
ladies of the church and community.
A miscellaneous shower honoring the bride was held
in the fellowship hall of the First Baptist Church of
Clifton and waa hosted by ladies of the church.
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