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Archives 08-03-2005

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Babies

 

 

Marriage Licenses

James Allen Thompson, Cookeville, and Leslie Ann Morgan, Hilham.

Anthony Lee Coffee and Margie Dawn Neely, both of Livingston.

Matthan Chandler Houser, Livingston, and Stephanie Nicole Morgan, Hilham.

Chad Edward Peek and Kristy Michele Lawson, both of Livingston.

Daniel Hicks and Stephanie Nicole Smith, both of Clarkrange.

 

Weddings

Miss Kase and Mr. Templeton exchange June wedding vows

Miss Megan Brooke Kase, of Livingston, given in marriage by her father, became the bride of Mr. Christapher Tralane Templeton, of Cookeville, on June 17 in an evening ceremony at Northeast Church of Christ in Cookeville. Officiating the ceremony was Joseph A. Kase, brother of the bride.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Kase of Livingston.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Ray Templeton of Lawrence, MI.

The auditorium was decorated with a white arch covered in tulle with white lights. White columns with ferns were placed on each side of the arch. The pews were decorated with lilac organza sashes.

The bride wore a white floor-length gown featuring a portrait neckline and fitted satin bodice and a full tulle skirt scattered with pearl and glass beads gathered on a band of beading at the waist.

She also wore a tiara with a cathedral-length veil trimmed with beading to match her dress.

Her bouquet, made by her mother, consisted of blue curiosa roses wrapped in lavender satin.

Serving as matron of honor was the bride's sister-in-law, Elizabeth Kase, of Cookeville. Bridesmaids were the groom's sisters, Tamara Templeton and Jessica Templeton, both of Lawrence.

All wore a two-piece black satin ensemble with a tea-length skirt trimmed with pleated lilac tulle. Their bouquets were a smaller version of the bride's.

Attending the guest book was Mallory Hill, friend of the bride.

The groom's brother, Josiah Templeton, of Lawrence, served as best man. The groomsman was Jason Gann of McMinnville. Friends of the groom Mark Day, of Indianapolis, IN, and Mike Cronin, of Princess Ann, MD, served as ushers for the event.

The men in the wedding party were attired in black tuxedoes with wisteria wing-tipped shirts and black long ties.

The groom wore a single rose that matched the bride's bouquet.

The bride's mother wore a light rose floor-length skirt with matching jacket.

The groom's mother wore a periwinkle tea-length dress with a matching beaded jacket.

A dessert reception was held in the church's fellowship hall following the ceremony.

Hostesses were Carolyn Gilbert, Judy Ramsey, Sarah Crawford, Mallory Hill, and Tammi Hill.

The bride had a four-tiered chocolate cake with the couple's monogram written in chocolate icing.

The groom's cake was a cheesecake with cherry topping.

The tables were decorated with white table cloths, candles, and silver "just married" confetti.

The couple was showered with confetti as they departed for their honeymoon trip to Gatlinburg. They now reside in Hendersonville.

 

Engagements

.Miss Bilbrey and Mr. Stephens to unite in matrimony September 10

Ashley Michelle Bilbrey of Rickman and Chad Eric Stephens of Monterey proudly announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

The bride-elect is the daughter of Jack and Annette Bilbrey of Rickman and the granddaughter of Melvin and Golda Brown of Rickman, Geneva Henry of Monterey, the late R.L. Henry, and Harlon Bilbrey.

She is a 2002 graduate of Monterey High School and a 2003 graduate of Tennessee Technology Center, where she earned her degree in Business Systems Technology. She is employed at Kids Kare Pediatrics and Pediatric Cardiology.

The future groom is the son of Earl and Beverly Stephens of Monterey and the grandson of Tom and Bonnie Pierce of Monterey and Chesley and Lola Stephens of Grimsley.

He is a 1999 graduate of Monterey High School and a 2000 graduate of Tennessee Technology Center, where he received his degree in Industrial Maintenance. He is employed with East Fork Utility District.

The ceremony will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10 at Monterey Freewill Baptist Church.

All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend.

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