Mattoon Journal Gazette 6-30-1954
Carol Cook Wed To Jack Heldmari Friday Evening Basket of' yellow gladioli. lv-ender asters and greener on the altar and tall candelabra bearing lighted tapen, provided the aetting In which Miss Carol Cook and Jack Heldman; exchanged (heir marriage vows Friday evening' in the First Chriitian Church in this city. White aatln bowa marked the famllyAews. The Rev. Dr. A. Mont Massed officiated at the double ring ceremony1 and the attendant were Mrs. Dean Clouser, ilitr of the bride, matron of Honor, Mis Patty Walker, Miss Betty Heldman, lister of the groom, and Mrs. Arthur Zuhone, bridesmaids. Their ballerina length dresses of organdy and their haloes and bouquets of daisies carried out the color schema of yellow, lavender and green. .', . ' v Jerry Turner was best man and Ronald Sewell, James Dolaon and William. Checkley were the ushers. Mrs. Cecil Barrow played nuptial music and accompanied Mlsa Ros-Inna Alexander who sang "Because" ! and "Oh, Promise Me." ' 1 H. RCook escorted his daughter to the. iltar and gave her in marriage. She wore an Ivory satin gown worn by her sister, Barbara, when ih focm the hriri nf Damn CIauS- motw,. n fashioned with long, tight and a fuU skirt with chapel Her finger-tip veil was held piaca by headpiece of aatih ,' with rhinestone centers. She ' a colonial bouquet of white .-a ' f " ' , " 7 . , evrauig. tered with the four-tiered hexagon shaped eak topped with two white dove carrying wedding rings and decorated with yellow rosebud. The candelabra were decorated with and daUie. pan was served by Misses Marl- im The bojj ju,, Mrs. a 1S Cook. Jr, - ia. . Thft jm.jif.y JxtLj.tuj'-ii.tl--JrfA: tit Telephone Company ex'ten.o-tl--iymj3atey1,''o'f.ti . ber, J.. . day " . i-U husband . ... ' Upon of. 1," ' and attended Eastern ': 'secretary ... ' . . . . . I..t w- u employed aa a winter "T A the Illinois Consolidated Tele- mothers Company. . Fourth and Mra. Heldman went to c on their wedding trip and Money returned to Mattoon. They are f at 618 N. 23rd St. ' given f town gueate at the wed- " ding and reception were: and Mra. Dale Oullett' ;of July Haute, Ind., Mrs. Frank ; Ll?hf and Miss Patty Ovexmyer to Heoga, Mr. and Mra. James Over-, ana I and family of Champaign, Mr. Mrs. Jim Lamb and Jerry Tur- Col. of Lawreneevuie, Mrs. Elmer Family and Mra. E. K Cook of In- ,nd r. .nu aa. Homann appie jr, oi vnarwaion ana aar. and Mra. H. R. Cook, Jr, and son, Steven, of Springfield.