Susan Harrison weds William Booker Kelly
Mrs, William Booker Kelly Discussion On Weaving, Carving To Be Held Today The last activity sponsored by Hi-, 1 trustee*, of the International Folk Art Foundation in conneciion with the exhibit of Norwegian Tapestries Tapestries and Furniture is planned for this iSunday) afternoon between between the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock. This will be a special meeting to discuss techniques and developments developments in weaving and wood decorations decorations of the exhibit. It is planned primarily for the artists and craftsmen of Santa Fe and vicinity who have been especially appreciative of the privilege given by the Norwegian government to view the exhibit. Mrs. Gustave Baumann and Miss Mabel Morrow have arranged the discussion for this afternoon. It is felt that one of the reasons for the many, many expressions of appreciation from the people who have visited the exhibition has been the addition of special hoslesses who have been at the museum each afternoon to greet guests and to interpret the exhibit. Serving as hostesses during the Norwegian Tapestries Exhibit have been Miss C. F. Bieber, Miss Hester Jc-ncs. Mrs. Lucille Leggett, Leggett, Miss Katharine Schlater, Mrs. Nathan Adler. Mrs Johnson Bennelt, Mrs. Baumumi. Mrs. Nanc;- Nanc;- Berg, Mrs. Dorothy Caru.s-Wil- son, Mrs. McRary Jones. Mrs. Arthur Geissler, Mrs. Wheeler Glen, Mrs. Sam Gray, Mrs. F.d- ward Holien, Mrs. Frederick Hodge Mrs. Henry Lanman, Mrs. Karl Larsson. Mrs. Ru'.h l.".:i,.ey. Mrs. Irene S Pock. Mrs. Martin Pollack, Pollack, Mr*. Fred Thompson. Mrs. Alex von Horvarth and Mrs. C. D. Wilson. Miss Susan Harrison Is Wed To William Booker Kelly The marriage of Miss Susan Harrison and William Booker Kelly was solemnized at St. Francis Cathedral at 11 o'clock Saturday Saturday morning, Rev. Pax'. Schicker, O.F.M., Cathedral paslor, officiating. The bride is the daughter of the well-known New Mexico newspaper columnist and former editor of newspapers at Gallup, Grants and Santa Fe, Will Harrison, and Mrs. Harrison. ' The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Kelly, the family having been identified with the growth and development development of New Mexico since Territorial days. As scores of guests gathered at Ihe Cathedral, a program of wedding music was played by Laurence Powell, organist, who also played Ihe liturgical music of the church during the ceremony, ceremony, and the wedding processional and recessional. Aitar bouquets wen? of while roses, and the steps to the chancel chancel were flanked by white snapdragons and gladioli in tall standing standing baskets. Family pews were marked by white ribbons and bow?,. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of while bouquet taffeta, fashioned with filled bodice, long sleeves pointed over the wrists, and a full skirl which fell in soil folds, over hoops, lo floor length, The.neckline of the bodice was marked with Alcncon lace, the pattern of the lace tracing a delicate delicate outline above the taffeta. A mantilla of imported silk lace was worn in place of a wedding veil, caught simply over the head, then falling to finger-lip length. For her bouquet, the bride chose white roses arranged as an old-fashioned nosegay. Pale coral and white were combined as colors for the costumes of the bride's attendants. Miss Linda Harrison, who served as maid of honor to her sis-tor, wore a ballerina-length dress of coral silk organza over laffeta. The high Empire waistline was finished wilh a wide, tailored tailored sash and back midriff bow. Mayday roses of coral color were worn as a wreath in her hair, and also formed her Colonial bouquet. The bridesmaids, Miss Elizabeth Ann Bigbee of Santa Fe now attending Vassar College; Miss Jan Hcnshaw, Santa Fo; \\Iiss Jackie King, Inglewood. Calit., and Miss Diane Palmer. Houston. Tex., wore gowns of identical design to that of the maid of honor. However, white organza lightly striped with coral was the fabric. Their headpieces and old-fashioned nosegays were also of Ihe lovely Mayday rosebuds. Miss Cassie Gilstrap of Amarillo, niece of the bridegroom, was the junior bridesmaid, identically costumed. Miss Susan Kelly, another niece of the bridearoom, was the flower girl, dressed in a short frock of white organdy and lace, and wearing a dainty wreath of flowers in her hair. Mark Kelly attended his brother as best man Ushers were Daniel T. Kelly Jr., Peter Hay, Dr. Llewellyn Lujan of Los Alamos. Alamos. Hobart Dixon, and Arthur Sena of Hobbs. Mrs. Harrison, mother of the bride, chose an Adole Simpson original for the wedding. Of champacne color, th e fabric was a rich Chardon Italian silk, fashioned in sheath style with interest in canopy sleeves. Her net hat was trimmed with flowers of matching champagne color, and her other accessories were toned to the same shade, including her handbag on which was fastened a bouquet of cymhidium orchids. Mrs. Krlly. mother of the bridegroom, wore a -,'own of silk surrah in an abstract print. Colors were shadings of French mustard mustard and toast. A decp-V neckline and solt draping of the fabric over a slim skirt marked the styling. She, too, wore net veiling as a hat, the net trimmed with small velvet bows, in a color that matched the preen of her cymbidnim orchid corsage Following the wedding, a reception was held at La Fonda The bride and groom, their parents and bridal attendants received in the Santa Fe Room which was beautifully decorated with wmte gladioli, snapdragons and stock. The bride's table was also in the Santa Fe Room, handsomely ornamented with silver candelabra, in which white tapers were lighted, at either side of the many-tiered wedding cake. The cake was topped with the fraurant white roses which had set the flora! theme at the church the cake knife held a white tulle bow in which the white ro^ buds were entwined. In the NYw Mexican room, champagne was served, along with other wedding refreshments Miss Leona Allison of Tucson, Ariz., presided at the guest- book. Miss Allison, now a student at the University of Arizona had been a classmate of the bride durin- her freshman vear in college at Colorado Women's College in Denver. Miss King and Miss Palmer of the wedding party are now in college with the bride at the University of Xew Mexico, and sororitv sisters in Pi Beta Phi. The bride and groom will spend their brief honeymoon in -\ca- pulco. Mexico, returninq to make the:,- home in Albuquerque where she will continue her studies at the UniverMiv of Xew Mexico this semester. Mr. Kelly, who holds a bachelor's degree from Harvard I niversity and law degree from the University of -New Mexico, is now- a practicing attorney in Santa Fe.