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Mr. and Mrs. Byron A. Johnson

[. . . who are residing at Provo, Utah, following their July 25 marriage. Mrs. Johnson, the former Kay Paskett, is the daughter of F. Curtis Paskett, Heyburn, former Jerome resident. ]

Kay Paskett Weds Byron A. Johnson During Idaho Falls Temple Rites

A garden scene featuring a white wrought iron arch decorated with wedding bells and beauty baskets of white gladioli and blue delphinium formed the setting for the wedding reception for Mr. and Mrs. Byron A. Johnson at the Jerome LDS church Saturday, July 25 in the evening.

The couple was married at half after twelve o'clock that same day at the Idaho Falls LDS Temple.

Performing the double ring ceremony was President William Killpack.

The bride, Kay Louise Paskett, is the daughter of F. Curtis Paskett, Heyburn, former Jerome residents.

Johnson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Johnson, North Fillmore, Jerome.

The bride greeted guests in an exquisite gown of de-lustre satin fashioned with a scooped neckline, elbow length sleeves and full skirt. The bodice was enhanced with re-embroidered seed pearls and rhinestones.

Her bouffant veil of French illusion fell from a crown of seed parls.

A white orchid and stephanotis accented by shower ribbons and a blue bow formed her

bridal bouquet.

As tokens of sentiment the bride wore a penny in her shoe, a blue garter and carried a lace handkerchief, borrowed from a friend. She wore matching iridescent crystal necklace and

earrings, a gift of the bridegroom's parents.

Mary Sheriden, Los Angeles, Calif. and Suzanne Brown, Salt Lake City, bridesmaids, were gowned in blue brocade sheaths fashioned with scooped necklines and bell skirts. A blue rose of the same material as their gowns and a short veil formed their headpieces. They carried cascade bouquets of white shattered chrysanthemums tinted blue and accented with blue bows.

Richard Andrus stood as best man.

Glade Johnson, Pocatello, and Sterling Johnson brothers of the bridegroom were ushers.

The bridegroom's mother was attired in a blue flowered jersey afternoon dress. Mrs. Vern (Sharon) Clarkson, Logan, Utah sister of the bride chose a blue print jersey. Each wore a white

orchid corsage.

Mrs. Tom Prescott and Mrs. H. L. Prescott were hostesses.

In charge Of the guest book was Mrs. Mickey Paskett, sister-in-law of the bride.

Mrs. Ann Robinson, Donna Robinson, Mrs. Glade Johnson and Marsha Mecham, Firth, cousin of the bride, displayed the gifts. Connie Lee and Robin Andrus were gift bearers.

The refreshment table was lace covered and the floor length skirt was enhanced with white net ruffles and blue bows.

The three-tiered white wedding cake was trimmed in blue and topped with wedding bells tied with blue satin and lily of the valley.

Ceramic arrangements of eahlias, white pansies and lily of the valley completed the table decorations.

The cake was cut and served by Mrs. Clarence Kirkwood, Provo, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Sterling Johnson, sister-in-law of the bridegroom.

Pouring were Linda Kirkwood, Provo, niece of the bridegroom, and Connie Prescott.

Guests were seated at quartet tables covered with white cloths and centered with small bowls holding dahlias, white pansies and lily of the valley.

The couple honeymooned at Yellowstone National park and are residing at Provo.

The new Mrs. Johnson is a graduate of Jerome high school and Brigham Young university. She is a speech therapist at Springville, Utah.

Johnson, a Jerome high graduate, attended BYU for two years then served a two-year Northeastern England mission for the LDS church. He will continue his studies at BYU this fall.


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