Thursday, January 01, 2009

Patricia Dockrey Is Wed

Source: Anderson Daily Bulletin, Anderson, Indiana, Friday, January 26, 1962, page 9.

Patricia Dockrey Is Wed

Miss Patricia Ann Dockrey, daughter of Mrs. Irene Dockrey, 429 E. Jackson St., Alexandria, and the late Mr. Dockrey, became the bride of Larry Lee Lambertson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lambertson, 701 W. Van Buren, Alexandria, on Saturday Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the Epworth Methodist Church with the Rev. Fred Anderson performing the double-ring vows.

Peggy Cassell, pianist, played bridal airs before the ceremony. Two bouquets of white [illegible] tied with blue bows decorated the altar. The family pews were marked with white bows.

Given in marriage by her brother, David Dockrey, the bride wore a white brocade street length dress. She wore a quarter length veil of illusion, a crystal necklace and matching earrings. She carried a Bible topped with white roses.

The bride's sister, Cynthia Dockrey, acted as maid of honor wearing a blue brocade dress with a shoulder-length veil. She also carried a bouquet of white carnations tied with blue ribbons.
David Nash served as best man, and ushers were Phillip Dockrey, the bride's brother, and Kenny Lambertson, the groom's brother.

Mothers of both the bride and groom wore blue dresses with black accessories and pink corsages.

A reception for the immediate families and grandparents of the couple was held at the home of the bride's mother. A two-tiered wedding cake centered the serving table.

Mr. and Mrs. Lambertson now are residing at 518 Portsmouth Blvd., Portsmouth, Va. The groom is stationed at the Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth.

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