Marriage of Louis Ainsley Wilson and Naomi Gertrude Walls, Courier-Post (Camden, New Jersey), Monday, August 24, 1959, Part 1

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. Wilson-Walls Wilson-Walls Wilson-Walls The marriage of Miss Naomi Naomi Gertrude Walls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rodney Rodney Walls, of 1211 Glen Ridge dr.. Glassboro, to Mr. Louis Ainsley Wilson, son of Mrs. Francis M. Wilson, of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, and the late Mr. Wilson, Wilson, took place Saturday afternoon afternoon in St. Thomas Episcopal Episcopal Church, Glassboro. The Rev. William J. Barnett performed performed the 2 o'clock ceremony. Mr. Walls gave his daughter daughter ia marriage. She was gowned in a model of white silk organza made with a midriff midriff of lace traced with seed pearls. Pearl-touched Pearl-touched Pearl-touched lace also outlined the wide V neckline, and was repeated in appliques at the hipline of the bouffant skirt. Her waist-length waist-length waist-length net veil was held by a contour cap of the organza, accented with seed pearls, and she carried carried white orchids arranged with varied white flowers on a Bible. Mrs. William Poole, of Philadelphia, as matron of honor and the bride's only attendant, attendant, wore a ballerina frock

Clipped from Courier-Post24 Aug 1959, MonPage 12

Courier-Post (Camden, New Jersey)24 Aug 1959, MonPage 12
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