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Margaret Soule, Richard LaFever Exchange Vows

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The garden of the Soule home on Hill St. provided the setting for the reception held following the marriage Saturday of Margaret Laura Soule and Richard Alan LaFever. The couple exchanged their vows in a 3:30 p.m. ceremony performed by the Rev. Henry Lewis at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Malcolm H. Soule and the late Dr. Soule. Her husband is the son of Mrs. Sidney LaFever of Melrose Ave. and the late Dr. LaFever. Dress Is Brocade Imported silk satin brocade formed the bridal gown, which was also worn by the bride’s sister, Mrs. William B. LeMar of Omaha, Neb., for her wedding on June 15. The rounded portrait neckline and short sleeves of the gown were embroidered with seed pearls. The floor-length full skirt fell from a tight fitting bodice. The bride’s fingertip-length veil was held by a heirloom cap of Belgian point d’angleterre lace. The bride carried a white prayer book with streamers of stephanotis and ivy. Mrs. LeMar, who was the matron of honor, wore a ballerina-length gown of flowered organza with a matching stole and a juliet cap of green velvet ribbon. She carried pink carnations and larkspur. Cousin is Flower Girl Paula Schmuck of Bethesda, Md., the bride’s cousin, was the flower girl, and carried a basket of pink daisies. Michael King of Wilmington, Del., another cousin of the bride, was the ring bearer. John Barker of St. Louis, Mo., was the best man and ushers were William B. LeMar of Omaha, Neb., George Thompson of Traver Rd., Gilbert Ross of Barton Hills and Filbert Boston of Vinewood Blvd. Assisting at the reception were Mrs. Paul Barker of Devonshire Rd., Mrs. Carl Badgley of Hill St., Mrs. O. H. Clark of Golf View Dr., Mrs. Harlan Koch of Harvard Pl., Mrs. Henry Lewis of Oxford Rd., Mrs. Mortimer MacCauley of Pontiac, Mrs. R. O. Nissle of Geddes Ave., Mrs. Burt Schumaker of Brooklyn Ave., and Mrs. Howell Taylor of Packard St. Joan Badgley of Hill St. was in charge of the guest book. For traveling, the bride chose a two-piece ensemble of figured red tie silk with navy accessories. After a three weeks’ wedding trip to Quebec and Montreal, the couple will live at 3801 Burgess Ave in Flint.