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August 22, 1965

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Sunday, August 22, T H E D E N T O N R E C O R D - C H R O N I C L E CYNTHIA SUE MAYES The engagement of Miss Cynthia Sue Mayes to Jerry Lynn Gage, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Gage, 1005 Alice St., Denton, has been revealed by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Mayes of Dallas. The couple plans to wed Nov. 26 in the Dallas Aldersgate Methodist Church. Shn is a graduate of Justin F. Kimball High School and is a student at North Texas State University. He is a graduate of Denton High School and is attending North Texas State. MIIS. WILLIAM CURTIS McGALLIAUD The Former Miss Mary Lou Knox VITAMIN SPECIAL! Vi-Penfa ZESTABS CHEWABLE VITAMINS FREE 30 Day Supply WITH EACH 100 TABLET BOTTIE 130 TnWets only $179 Tussy PRESSED POWDER COMPACT Hold) Miity, Air- light Powder Jllkentit with SDBclll Emollient). 8 Shidei Res. $1.50 99 Maja (Made in Spain) 3 HAND SOAPS WITH ONE OUNCE OF COLOGNE-LIMITED SUPPLY SPECIAL PRICE ONLY $300 T0B/A DRUG NORTH SIDE SQUARE IN STEPHENVILLE SECTION TWO T- , Miss Morton Weds Gaston STEPHENV1LLE (Special) Jeffery Nat Gaslon of 1010 Panhandle St., Denlon, and Miss Priscilla MarJene Morion of Slcphenvillc, were united In marriage in a ceremony read here at 7 p.m. Saturday in Ihb First Methodist Church. Officialing was the pastor, (he Rev. James Ellison. The bridegroom is Die son of Mrs. Ruth Gaslon of Denton. Parents of the bride are Dr. and Mrs. Don Morton of Stephenville. The allar was fianked by two brass candelabra holding white tapers and arrangements of. while gladioli and pompons in brass vases. Organ selections were presented by Dr. William Malhis, dean of Hardin-Simmons University. Dr. 0. A. Grant of Sfephenville was soloist. Given in marriage by her father Hie bride wore a gown of candlelight silk organza over satin peau de soie, scattered with re-embroidered Alencon lace appliques. Her mantilla ras of re-embroidered lace. ' She carried a bouquet of while j roses and stephanolis. Miss Connie Jane Morten, sister of the bride, was maid of Jionor. Qridcsmatrons were Mrs. Frank Hempel and Mrs. James Cowan. They wore street-length dresses of gold pongee and carried nosegays of while roses, Candlelighters were Miss Susan Gaston and Miss Sara Jane Gasfon, both of Denton, sisters of the bridegroom. Ring bearer was Tommy Gaston, nephew of the bridegroom. Wayne Murdock of Denlon was best man and Tom Gas- Ion of Irving, brother of the bridegroom, was groomsman. Ushers were Michael Morton, brother of the bride; John Barham, and Byron Rene Walters all of Slephenvillc. A garden receplion in the home of the bride's parents followed the ceremony. The bride was graduated from North Texas State University, where she was a member of Sigma Alpha lota. She was formerly employed as a teacher in Ihe Dallas Independent School District, and will teach in Irving this fall. MRS, JEFFREY NAT GASTON JThe Former Hiss PrisciHa Mariene Morton Miss Mary Lou Knox, McGalliard Married In Argyle Church ARGYLE (Special) - Miss Mary Lou Knox became the bride of William Curlis Mc- G a l l i a r d in a ceremony read at 6 p.m. Saturday in the Argyle Baptist Church by the Rev. Gail A. Maul of Fort Worth. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Knox of Route 1, Argyle. The bridegroom is Ihe grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John Jay Peel of 1801 Bolivar, Denton, and Mrs. Millard McGalliard of Route 1, Argyle. A tall, gold candelabrum holding while lapers backed the altar, which was flanked by sunburst arrangements of white gladioli ard slock in gold baskets. Miss Glynda Hacker was pianist and Mickey Miller sang "Tlic Lord's Prayer," "One Hand One Heart" and "More." Heart" and "More." Given in marriage by her father, Ihe bride wore a formal gown of while satin covered ivilh lace, designed with a mold- erl bodice featuring a scooped neckline and long, tapered sleeves ending in petal points at the wrist. The slightly-belled skirl extended into a chapel- length train. She wore a shoulder-length veil of silk illusion depending from an organza rose and poinls of lily of Ihe valley. Her bouquet was a cascade arrangement of white butterfly roses, Frenched carnations and lilies of the valley, interspersed with sweetheart ivy. Mrs. Nowell Nate of Argyle was malron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Pam Rogers and Miss Vickie HUlis, cousin of the bride. · . · The attendants wore street- length dresses of pale green brocade and matching pillbox hats. They carried long-stemmed, tangerine glamelias. Best man was John Jay Peel Jr. of Denfon, uncle of (he bridegroom. Groomsmen were Lowell Nafe and Jimmy McGalliard, cousin of the bridegroom. Paul Fleming and Billy Ray Carroll, uncle of the bridegroom, were ushers. Members of the receplion house party were Mmes. Jimmy McGalliard, Billy Ray Carrol], James Brown, H. R. Culver and Bob Malone. The couple will be at home at 515V4 Pearl St. MISS MARGIE BARTIIOLD Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bartholci of Valley View have announced the engagement of their daughter, Margie Barthold, to Dale Alsup, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Alsup, Whilesboro. The couple will wed at 8 p.m. Sept. 4 in the Valley View First Baptist Church. DRESS and SPORT COTTONS (Monday Tuesday Special) You sove plenty on this fine group. Bandana prints, denim prints, ge-j ometrks, drip-dry dots, fully comb-) ed printed joleens, jolfd colorj everglaze, reverse twist broadcloths, combed oxford cloths, sail- clolh prints and regimental stripes. VINYL CROSS STRAP SANDALS White Beige, Only ......I... 77c Joan Courtney, Zellars Married FRISCO (Special) _ Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Neil Zellars are at home at Roule 1, Frisco, following their wedding Aug. 4 in the Lillle Elm Baplist Church by the Rev. Lee Rutledge. The bride Is Ihe former Miss Joan Yvonne Courlney. She is a student al Frisco High School and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Courlney of Route 1, Frisco. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Zellars, also of Route 1, Frisco. He will be a student (his fall at North Texas Slate University, Attending the couple were Miss Sandra Courtney sisler of the bride, and Jim Rutledge. Miss Brcnda Slale Honored By Shower Miss Brenda Slate, bride- elecl of George divers, was honored wilh a linen shower in the home of Mrs. Ted Slevenson. Co-hostess was Mrs. Opal Lofiand. Guests were served from a table laid with a yellow clolh and centered wilh an arrangement of yellow roses. Humorous prophecies were written by each guest for the bride-elect's future and presented (o her wilh Ihe guest registry and gift cards. LaMARQUE (Special) -r Hf and · Mrs. Jam«s ' Wayne Me" Kinn«y left on a wedding ( r l lo Galveston following the! marriage at » p.m. Saturday lr the LaMarque First Melhodls Church. Officiating In lh« doubling ceremony was the Key. Archi "lemlng. The bride Is the former Mls- Iancy Helnemann, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heinemann of LaMarque. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs jar McKinney of Decalur. The bride was given in mar iage by her father. She wore a formal gown of re-embroider ed lace over bridal salin de signed wilh an empire waisl an cooped neckline. Re-embroidered lace roses am eed pearls outlined the neckline The A-line skirt extended inlc i chapel-length train, and wa calloped al the hemline. Shi vore a bouffant, shoulder englh veil of silk illusion held o a crown of pearls and crys als. Her bouquel was a cascade f white roses, stephanotis ant atin ribbon. . Mrs. Fred Heinemann, molh er of the bride, was matron ol · AnnivcrMiry* · Birthday* · Memorial Tribute* Selby's Flower Shop 400 M. IOCUST PH. 312-41 »1 MRS. JAMES WAYNE McKINNEY The Former Miss Nancy Hcincrnaun LIFE SIZE riifit* \ishWiSLA ^ formal g^wni of pile Nw d* sole. .They' w«« x matc yells accented by blue flowers (^nd green velvet leaves, »r»d carried nosegays ol white rw-, buds trimmed in lace and emer-i aid green velvet ribbon. ^ , Flower girl was Mhs Beth \ ' 8n. . - · , - · * . , Larry McKlnwy" of Decaliir, | other of the bridegroom, tfw test man. Groomsmen were Mike Glover of Dallas aw} Mike Hilton and Joe Whllehead, both of Decalur. The reception was held In the Coral Reef Room of ffessler Civic Center in Texas City. Serving In the house parly were Cathy McKinney of Decatur, Gail Langguth of Houston and Kay Orman and Donna Brlscoe, both of Corpus Chrlsti. The bride was graduated from ' LaMarque High School 'and has attended (he University of Houston. The bridegroom, who was graduated from Decalur High School, is a student at the University of Houston and is employed at Shamrock-Hillort Hotel. The couple will be at nome in Houston. in ivonderlaiid Mrs. T.R.I. Wonders: "Why It It Ihit my friends, with some very (ew exceptions, live In homes 1h»t ire much the same?" Dear Mrs. T.R.E.: It seems to me that we build too many monuments to nothingness. H. il. Mencken once remarked that "the American people have a lust for ugliness". He mentioned that you could walk past just about any home anil, if you could see Into its Interior, you would he amazed it . the horrifying ugliness of Its furnishings . A feeling o beauty and harmony In i properly appointed home gives the same kind of feeling to the people In It. Since so much time Is spent !n the home, this is the last place you should neglect. Get ill Hie'knowledgeable t»|. erit you can obtain. 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