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Thursday, March 19, 1998

Bridal shower held for Pecos resident

Kelsey Hathorn, bride-elect of Chris Judd was honored with a
bridal courtesy, Saturday, Feb. 14, from 2-4 p.m., in the
home of Ray and Norma Golden.

A circular table, draped in an exquisite ecru cutwork cloth,
held the bridal book and white plumed pen, for registration
of guests upon their arrival.

Special guests joining the bride for the party were her
mother, Beverly Hathorn, her sister, Linsey Hathorn, her
grandmother, Clara Griffis, her great-aunt Ruth Ince and her
aunt, Sharon Coody, all of Pecos. Also, her sister-in-law,
Tanya Hathorn of Odessa, her aunt, Jackie Hathorn of Abilene
and special college friend, Pattie Takashima of Japan.

Fresh flowers corsages of white carnations, nestled in mauve
net and held with navy ribbons, and with white beads and
white satin leaves, were presented to the honoree and her
mother. Fresh flower corsages, which also carried out the
bride-elect's chosen color of ivory, mauve and navy, were
presented to her grandmother and great-aunt.

Dot Stafford, Patsy Rogers, Debbie Taylor, Melody Huffman,
Melissa Box, Joyce Edwards, Cecil Stickels, Isabel Lara,
Diane Teague and Margie Williamson joined Golden with
hostess duties. A ten-piece, stainless steel cookware set by
Revere was the hostess gift to the honoree. The hostess gift
was displayed on one of several tables set up in the den of
the home which held an array of lovely gifts for the couple.

A lovely arrangement of fresh flowers of cream white,
stargaser lilies touched with mauve and carnations of mauve,
mini-carnations of cream white accented with wax flower and
heather in tones of mauve and nestled in greenery of lemon
tips, tree fern and huck tips, held on a bevel mirror,
centered the serving table.

An array of finger foods, including an assortment of
sandwiches, cream puffs, ham rolls, tortilla roll ups, 'Lil
S okies in blankets, quiches, cookies and breads were served
to those in attendance. Homemade floral, cream cheese mints,
assorted nuts, mock champagne punch and coffee completed the
refreshments. Appointments were of crystal and silver.

Hathorn, of Pecos, is a sophomore at Abilene Christian
University, majoring in elementary education. Mr. Judd,
formerly of Newburg, Ore., now resides in Abilene where he
is a systems technician for the Abilene School District.

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