Clipped From The Chilliwack Progress
V 1 ' - LEONARD AND PATTY BLACKSTOCK (nee Patricia Lee Warner) Photo by Sooter Studios Blackstock-Warner Blackstock-Warner Blackstock-Warner Patricia (Patty) Lee Warner and Leonard Douglas Blackstock exchanged exchanged wedding vows March 13 at Carman United Church. Rev. Art Anderson officiated at the candlelight double ring ceremony. Bride is the daughter of Alan and Diane Warner of Chilliwack and the groom is the son of Ray-mond Ray-mond Ray-mond and Pat Blackstock of Mission. For the wedding the bride chose an old-fashioned, old-fashioned, old-fashioned, full skirted, long sleeved gown of chantilly lace with a ruffled ruffled hemline and train accented by embossed lace roses fashioned by the mother of the groom, Mrs. R. Blackstock. The bride completed her ensemble with an heirloom locket belonging belonging to her maternal grandmother, Pearl Bailey. Attending the bride were matron of honor Debbie Fryer, bridesmaids Janet Sex-smith Sex-smith Sex-smith and Lisa Maynard, cousins of the bride, flower girl Mickey Con-nell, Con-nell, Con-nell, niece of the groom and ringbearer Justin Dyer. Candlelighters were Julie Sexsmith, cousin of the bride, and Marah Skidmore, cousin of the groom. Best man was Ross Holmes and the groomsmen were Alan Harvey and Eric Warner. Ushers were Ben Fryer, Gregg Bailey, Ted Skidmore and Brian Bakuska. Tom Berry was master of ceremonies and proposed proposed the toasts at the reception which was held atAtchelitzHall. Following a wedding trip to the Oregon Coast the couple will live in Chilliwack.