Martin and Patricia Broyles daughter Terra wedding
Terra Lynne Broyes Weds Thomas Micheal Gillespie Vases of purple gladiola, lilac carnations and pompon mums adorned the altar of Faith Memorial Church for ' the wedding of Terra Lynne Broyles and Thomas Micheal Gillespie. Pastor Jack Combs officiated the candlelight candlelight ceremony at half after six on the evening of Sept. 24. Songs that held a special meaning for the bride and groom and their parents were provided by Evelyn McFarland. The bride is the daughter of Martin and Patricia Broyles, 1628 Zimmer St.,' and the groom is the son of Eugene and Mary Gillespie, 1651 Union St. For her wedding day the bride chose a gown of white silk organza, featuring a fitted bodice accented by a high ruffled Victorian neckline, sheer yoke with schiffli embroidery and puffed sleeves. The A-line A-line A-line skirt and chapel train were deeply flounced in chantilly lace, with side pleats trimmed with chantilly lace. Her fingertip veil was of scalloped illusion attached to a bridal cap of chantilly lace and seed pearls. She carried a tri-level tri-level tri-level cascade of lilac morning glories and white orchids. She carried a handkerchief which belonged to her maternal grandmother, the late Ora MaeSwyers. Toni Kraner served as matron of honor. She was attired in a floor-length floor-length floor-length gown of lilac . chiffon, with the neckline and three-quarter three-quarter three-quarter sleeves trimmed in scalloped lace flounces. She carried a colonial bouquet of purple, lilac and dusty rose sweetheart sweetheart roses. She wore pearl earrings and necklace, gifts of the bride. Toni Butcher served as bridesmaid. She was attired identically to the matron of honor. Wendy Freidrich, cousin of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. She wore a lilac floor-length floor-length floor-length gown of chiffon. The yoke and three-quarter three-quarter three-quarter sleeves were of chantilly lace, and the skirt was trimmed with triple layers of lace. She carried a flower arrangement identical to the bridesmaid's. Kelly Kohler, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. She was dressed identically to the junior bridesmaid, and carried a wicker basket of lilac and white orchids and fern fronds. Chad Lehman and Krystal Swyers, cousins of the bride, were acolytes. Billy Lehman served as ring bearer. He carried a special counted cross-stitch, cross-stitch, cross-stitch, pillow made by the mother of the bride. Kevin Pendleton served as best man. Paul Levit and Steve Gillespie, brother of the groom, were the ushers. All the flowers were created by the bride's mother. The reception was held at the P & R Farms Party Barns. The cake was created by Millie McKey. Greg Dickson and the Illusions provided the music. Patti Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Micheal Gillespie Gillespie and Theiesa Schmelzer, sister-in-law sister-in-law sister-in-law sister-in-law sister-in-law and sister of the groom, were the hostesses. Wedding guests traveled fromn New York, Boston and Columbus. A rehearsal supper was given by the groom's parents at the Pizza Cottage. Mrs. Norma Ruffner and Mrs. Betty Wade were hostesses hostesses for a pre-bridal pre-bridal pre-bridal shower. shower. Both the bride and groom are 1980 graduates of Lan-' Lan-' Lan-' caster High School. Prior to her marriage the bride was employed by Central Trust of Rushville. The groom now is serving with the U.S. Navy on the U.S.S. Alabama, which is under construction, and attending engineering school. The couple are living at 459 Laurel Hill Rd., Apartment 7-F, 7-F, 7-F, Norwich Connecticut 06360. if!