Marriage of Cordelia Mae Turnbull and Melvin Campbell (1950)

Transcribed from uncited source, by June Groshong


Miss Cordelia Mae TURNBULL and Melvin CAMPBELL were md. Saturday evening, July1, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. & Mrs. Luther TURNBULL, of Troy, in a 7:00 o'clock ceremony with the Rev. Floyd Sams officiating for the double ring service, assisted by Rev. Elbert Menge.

Mr. CAMPBELL is the second son of Mr. & Mrs. Stanley CAMPBELL, of Troy...........
Bride was given in marriage by her father..........
Candles were lightered by ushers Donald CAMPBELL and Harold CANNON...........

Mrs. Melvin BRAUNGARDT, was matron of honor for her sister.....Mrs. Marion CAMPBELL was bridesmaid......Little Miss Jeanie CAMPBELL served as ring bearer..........

Mr. Marion CAMPBELL served as best man for his brother.......and Mr. Melvin BRAUNGARDT was groomsman. Miss Mary Lou ADAMS played soft bridal music......... Misses Laura Jane HOUSTON, Mary Sue & Kathy TURNBULL, cousins of the bride served the guests.... contributed.

[Transcriber's Notes:
Turnbull notes Melvin & Corkey were md. 1 Jul. 1950]

File submitted for USGenWeb/MOGenWeb Lincoln County Missouri History Page by June Groshong, 7 July 2003.  Link change or update: 1 September 2003

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