Clipped From The Corpus Christi Caller-Times
John Henry Paces Take Wedding Trip to Oklahoma Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Pace left on a wedding trip to Tulsa, Okla., following their marriage Saturday evening at the Gardendale Church of Christ. The bride is the former Esther Lorraine Lukcr, daughter of Mr. tapered to points over the wrists. The full length nylon tulle extended into a short train. Her fingertip veil of illusion was attached to R satin Dutch cap. carried a white Bible and a lace fan trimmed in white *JWi 4.1*14,11; .1-".* I .V 4. t L t C V M ^ I I t V I V J l i V l i . i.vt fc.iÂ». J.ui.1 H H H t H t and Mrs. Forrest B.. Luker, 191'l!and wedding bells with a Curtis Clark. Mr. Pace is the son'orchid. of Mrs. Vena Pace, 222 CIcmmcr. R. D. Buford heard the double ring vows in a setting of palm leaves. white chrysanthemums ,',. ' c ,. . ... . . . s a i d Miss Shirley Mmton was of honor and Miss Delia Luker, sister of the bride, Miss Joyce Gatrsous, Miss Sue Atkinson, and stock. Tapers burned in can- Miss Tooter Atkinson, Miss Jennings and Miss Jerri Pirtle were bridesmaids delabra entwined with fern. Perry Dunham was soloist while Miss Mary Lou Overtoil._ G. \V. Berry and D. L. Nix also sang. \Yhlto Luce. Satin 0 ,, ,, Given in marriage by her fath- Â· maids wore pink and blue The maid of honor wore a yellow tulle and earned tulle ^n\vii in nidi: ici^v u,v nvr nun- Â· Jimiu.'. Â«uif jjnm ttnu uuie pr, the bride \\orc a dress of white I drosses and carried lace and satin. The fitted bodice with sprays of chrysanthemums. )lat Cf lace over satin was fashioned ]Â«.; with iridescent into the sheer . ._ .._ _ Hill, Curtis Pace, Floyd Pirtle, Preston Walston, Mrs. James Seaton and Travis Dodscn. Usher inn was fashioned i.roomsmen ~^,.o ,,^ ,,, ,,,, lovers knots sr.t Wilbur Poldreck served as best yoko. TI W slcexvs i man. Groomsmen were Lawv i i n -- Hill, Curtis Pace. Floyd Pirt.e, Oe/em Women Assist Local Church Group The Woman's Society of Chris-i jorr!t ' R Â°8ers. tictn Service* of St John's ^IcUio- reception wis nclu Rt tnc dist Church was a'ssisied in their Lukcr nomp immediately after the officers training this wc/k by ceremony. Miss Kathaleen West- Mrs. James Williams district sec-! brook registered the guests, retary. and Mrs. A. A. Luckenbark I The bride's table, covered with district secretary of Christian so- a whltc linen cloth - WRS centered cial relations, both from Odem, j wi!h an arrangement of red roses _ i i \_ _ * i Â· m. . i tlttrl f nr"n o nrl f I nul^/xr? t i - I I V - i ti'lt it n *jv w i u n niiu j. L n i if) ivk/\.io*-M i. VJ 3II ing were Melvin \V Lwkcr and al their meeting Thursday. The meeting was held at the and fern and flanked with white ;. The three tiered wedding me mwjiing was nela at the '"* 0- *" L ""^^ Â·n.-n.-u i.-uuiu^ home of "Mrs. J. O. Bcaden, 572l! cakc vvas topped with a miniature Â·"--'- !bridal couple. Mrs. A. A. Hill and Miss Florence -Miller served. Park. Pierian,Club Plans Wednesday Meeting Tha Pierian Club will meet at 3 p.m. \\\xlnosday in the home 6t Mrs. Kelly Oiin, 3M Merrill. iih ritnuiitx 1 .Miiitu scrvea. i-.Â«v.. When the couple left on a slltw ding trip the bride was wearing 5110 a navy blue suit with blue ac- ) w . cessories. After Dec. Â·! they \vi I The bride attended Sundeeri j Higli School and her husband tended' Flour Bluff High School.