BioM: Woodruff, Jeana Faye (1972)


Surnames: Woodruff, King, Sullivan, McNew

---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 15 Jun 1972

Woodruff, Jeana Faye (9 JUN 1972)

The home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woodruff, Luzerne, Drive, Greenville, Kentucky, provided the setting for the lovely garden wedding of their granddaughter, Jeana Faye, to SP/4 Richard R. King of Withee (Clark Co., Wis.), at 7 p.m. June 9, 1972.

The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Oscar H. Sullivan of Madisonville, Kentucky, pastor of the Zion Brick Baptist Church. Rev. Sullivan is the uncle of the bride. The wedding was solemnized before an altar decorated with spring flowers.

The bride is the daughter of Jimmy Woodruff of Greenville, Kentucky, and Mrs. Jean McNew of Hopkinsville, Kentucky. The groom is the son of Mrs. Lorraine King of Withee.

The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her beautiful wedding gown of lace and satin were fashioned by her grandmother. It featured a bridal train, and empire waistline, lace bodice and sleeved overlaid in lce and accented with satin covered buttons. Her head was crowned with a veil of illusion, held in place by a Juliette cap accented with pearls. She carried a white Bible decorated with white crnations flecked with blue, complemented with blue ribbons.

The groom was escorted to the altar by his mother, and was attired in the seasonal Army dress uniform.

Mrs. McNew chose for her daughter's wedding a three piece ensemble of polyester knit. She wore accessories of red, white and navy blue.

The grandmother of the bride chose for the wedding a pink lace dress with matching jacket, accent with black accessories. Her lovely corsage was fashioned with white carnations tipped in blue, with blue ribbons.

The mother of the groom wore a blue long sleeved voile dress accented with white appliqued daisies, complemented with white accessories. She was adorned with a corsage of white carnations flecked with blue and white ribbons.

Randy C. King, brother of the groom, served ast best man. Serving as his niece's usher was Michael V. Woodruff.

Sister of the bride, Miss Denita McNew, was the maid of honor. She wore semi-formal gown of blue chiffon. She carried as her bouquet a nosegay of white carnations with white satin streamers.

The Lohengrin Wedding March was provided by the bride's aunt, Mrs. Patricia Sullivan, organist.

The little flower girl and ring bearer were brother and sister of the bride, Darlene McNew and James Robert Woodruff.

Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was given for the new Mr. and Mrs. King. The artistically decorated reception table was decorated by the grandmother and aunt of the bride. An arrangement of blue flowers was the centerpiece, complemented by blue candles and silver candlesticks. Serving at the punch bowl was Mrs. Opal Woodruff, step-mother of the bride. Mrs. Robert Woodruff decorated the four tiered wedding cake, which was served by an aunt of the bride, Mrs. Sharon Woodruff. Guest register was kept for their memory book.

Many lovely gifts were received, which the couple opened at the reception. After a short wedding trip, the couple plans to reside at For Campbell, Kentucky, where Mr. King is serving with the Untied States Army.



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