Chester Beams to Beverly Ruth Underhile

Nylon set over satin fashioned the skirt of the white floor length gown worn by Miss Beverly Ruth Underhile, Dixon, for her wedding last evening to Sgt. Chester Beams of Fort McCoy, WI. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Underhile, Amboy and the son of Mr. & Mrs. V.O. Beams, Sandwich were wed at 7 o'clock at the First Baptist Church Dixon. Rev. Charles Rhodes of the Amboy Baptist Church officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. J.H. Hughes of Amboy was organist and Miss Donna Houghtby of Batavia, neice of the bridgroom sand "Because" and the "Lords Prayer".

Baskets of bridal wreath and candelabra decorated the church. The bride given in marriage by her father wore a gown fashioned with a lace bodice, a large peplum on the skirt, a high standup colar and a court train of net over satin. She wore a fingertip veil of imnported pure silk held in place with a tiara of sequins and seed pearls. She wore rhinestone and opal earrings, a gift of the groom and carried an orchid surrounded by pastel sweet peas and white satin streamers. Her something old and borrowed was a rhinestone broach her something new the gown and blue a lace garter. Mrs. John Curt, an aunt of the bride was the matron of honor. Miss Joyce Underhile of Amboy, sister of the bride was bridesmaid. John E. Curt, Uncle of the bride was best man and the ushers were Ross Houghtby and Gerald Curt.

Jane Ann Underhile, sister of the bride was flower girl. Jerry Underhile the brides cousin was ring bearer.

The Evening Telegraph 25 May 1951

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