Goff-Brown Wedding Held In England

Miss Doris Christine Goff, daughter of Mrs. Woodrow W. Goff, (Lessie Jeffers Goff), became the bride of A-1C Wayne H. Brown of Brutonwood Air Force Base in England, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howell Brown (Mamie Sumter Jeffers Brown) of Blaney, in a ceremony at 1 o’clock Dec. 17, in the Burtonwood Protestant Chapel.

Chaplain Donald J. Fallon preformed the ceremony and a program of nuptial music was presented by 2-2C Paul Haberman Jr. of New York, soloist, accompanied on the organ.

A-1C John H. Dilworth of Walhalla served as best man.

Matron of honor was Mrs. Kathleen Gawalkiewicz of Earlston. She wore a full length dress of lemon taffeta and nylon tulle and carried a bouquet of white carnations.

The bride wore a full length gown of Chantilly lace over bridal satin. The fitted bodice was of lace with three-quarter length sleeves, a Peter Pan collar of satin and a row of satin-vovered buttons down the front to the waist. The finger-tip veil of bridal illusion was draped from a cap of satin and seed pearls. She carried a white Bible topped with a corsage of white carnations.

Immediately following the ceremony the bride and bridegroom greeted guests in the vestibule of the chapel. A reception then followed at the home of Mrs. Winifred Barett. Assisting there were Mrs. Daphne Woods. Mrs. Winfred Philips. Mrs. Eileen Knoldland and Mrs. Kathleen Gawalkiewiez.

Mrs. Brown was graduated from Blaney High School and prior to her marriage was employed by Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company.

A-1C Brown was graduated from Blaney High School and is serving in the US Air Force stationed at Burtonwood, England.

March 3, 1956  Columbia Record (published as The Columbia Record)  Columbia, South Carolina
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