Stonecipher-LeSaux Marry 1962 “Journal and Courier” (Lafayette, Indiana), 15 Mar 1962, Thu, Page
. Pair Speak Vow: KENTLAND Miss Sharon Stonecipher continued 'a family tradicion when she chose March to Michael LeSaux, son of Mrs 'Helen LeSaux. The date was thai taffeta and Alencon lace with t3rd anniversary of the bride's pnied StanlSjf and Howard Fisher. , Given in marriage by her father, father, the bride wore hec.twin sister's wedding gown of 6ouquet the molded bodice featuring a of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold ,Sabrina neckline. Lace motifs ii Stonecipher, and the SOthj anniversary anniversary ofher grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Xharles Morgan. - Rev. J. Robert Fields officiated officiated at the double-ring double-ring double-ring cergmony adorned the frflnt kirt in Trinift' Methodist church here. Mrs. Willard Groscost accom- accom- while the back flowed beneath, a larg bow int a chapel trSq. The fingertip-lengrh fingertip-lengrh fingertip-lengrh veil was held by a crown of sequins and r Sf -4 -4 J V' S - - yf : : f,' X '::::. ;AI .SSii 1 she carried blue carnations cen tered with a white orchid. ; Mrs. Russefr Coflins, Jr., the 1 ride's twin, as matron of honor chiffon with a draped neckline 9tid a matching headpiece. She Carried a colonial bouquet. Mrs. Edward Borman, the bride's sistef1, as bridesmaid woe an identical ensemble. Lip-d Lip-d Lip-d Stonecipher, arlfether sister, as flower girl wore&a similarly- similarly- styled drest Charles Herrimaji weS best man. Ushers were David Miller, John Dyer and William L&aux, c brothers of the bridegroom. Assisting at the rection in the? church dining room were Miss Sandra Corbin. Mrs. David Board, sister of the ridegroom.l of Kentland, and Miss Jane Far- Far- rell and Mrs. Keith Stonecipher of Fowlei, , Both are graduates of high school here and are living here The bride's parents entertained Zimmerman udio in ,their j, 0 m e at a rehearsal MRS. M1CHAL LEsAbx party.