Laverne Thornton, Lynn Pulley Exchange Manti Temple Vows
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rites performed Friday, July 25,
in the Manti LDS Temple united
Laverne Thornton and Lynn
Keith Pulley, both of American
Fork. Louis R. Anderson of the
Temple presidency ofticiated:
The young couple was accom-
panied to the temple by their
parents, the bride's grandmother,
tfrs. Irene V. Wright, Mrs. Hor-
ace Prestwich, Mrs. Sherlin Jar-
vis and Mrs. Arnold Christensen.
Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ira
E. Thornton and Mr. and Mrs.
Albert James Pulley.
The First-Fifth LDS Ward
Church was the scene of a lovely
wedding reception that evening.
A profusion of pastel hued gladioli
and asters and large white bells
decorated the foyer and recrea-
tional hall. Of particular beauty
was the background of the re-
ceiving line, formed by a large
pink quilted satin heart to the
edge of which were caught white
sters and fern. Graceful loops of
white satin ribbon joined the
enterpiece to tall ferns on
Sheer lace and taffeta corn-
bined to make the pretty wed-
sequins and pearls
which re-imbroidered the sabrina neckline
and long pointed sleeves. The full
skirt swept to a chapel train. A
pearl tiara released the veil of
llusion. The bride heId a bouquet
if heart shape outlined with pink
In pastel brocaded silk, Lor-
raine Webster in pink, Jo Ann
Scholes in green and Shirley
,var in yellow, the bridesmaids
carried heart shaped rose bou-
quets. Sheer overskirts of nylon
net added further interest to
their styled alike gowns.
David Hansen stood as best
man. Mrs. Thornton and Mrs. Pulley
appeared in gowns of rose lace
and crepe and blue taffeta re-
spectively and each wore an
Lael Pulley and VaNae Lowe
had charge of the guest book.
Dorothy Vest played soft organ
music during the evening. Lowell
Varley was master of ceremonies
for a program in which the
bride's sister, Mrs. James Gran-
tham sang, little Sharleen Lowe
iang, Mrs. Varley gave a humor-
ous reading, Mrs. Junius Gray
gave a toast to the bride and
David Hansen a toast to the
bridegroom. Marguerite Jepper-
ion was accompanist for the
Crystal goblets held lavender
asters on the small serving tables.
Carol Scholes, Ellen Scholes,
Doris Anderson, Lorna Gillman,
Audry Lear and Marie Varley
served the refreshments, and
Mrs. Junius Gray and Mrs. Shir-
len Jarvis presided as hostesses.
The bride's table held a beau-
tifully decorated tiered wedding
cake flanked with a triple ar-
rangement of crystal bowls which
Mrs. James Grantham, Mrs.
iridescent van Lowe, Mrs. William Thorn-
ton, Mrs. William Wright, Mrs.
Leland Wright, Mrs. Max Hug-
gard and Mrs. Ray Sorenson had
charge of the gift display.
The newly wedsg in
their return will make Provo
are honey-and upon