Barbara Worth House Marriage GD of Samuel Lindsey
Miss Barbara Worth House Becomes Bride Of William Dent Simpson In Church Ceremony Miss Barbara Worth House of gloves. Her corsage was a white Austin became the bride of William William Dent Simpson of Dallas in a ceremony at the St. David's Episcopal Episcopal Church in Austin at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, August 30. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Worth Byron House of Austin, formerly of San Saba, and the granddaughter of Mrs. S. J. (Tilden) Lindsey of San Saba. The bridegroom, is the son of FA. FA. Smipson and Mrs. Jane Dent Simpson of Dallas. Albert C. Wallint II, pastor of the church, read the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated decorated with white carnations and palms. Wedding music by John Boe at the organ included "All Hail the Power of Jesus Name," "Sicut Cervus," "Prayer Hymn" and "God Be In My Hand." Miss Marilyn Timberlake of San Saba, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Mrs. H. B. Bell Jr. of Austin, friend of the bride. was bridesmaid. The attendants wore identical green taffeta. dresses of The fitted mint bodice featured a scooped neckline and a bouffant skirt with flowing streamers streamers attached at the waist back. They wore half hats of matching taffeta and carried a yellow rose nosegay. Arthur Simpson of Dallas served served his brother as best man. Groomsmen and ushers included Joe Williams of Fort Worth, Leonard Williamson and Stewart Terry of Austin and Albert Baril )f Dallas, all friends of the bride- room. Given in marriage by her father, father, the bride was wearing a bal- erina length gown of lace over taffeta. The bodice fashioned on empire lines featured short sleeves anc orchid. They will reside i n Dallas where he is employed by Chance- Vaught. The bride attended Stephen P. Austin High School and has a BA degree from the University of Texas. CShe was a member of the Alpha Omicron Pi Social Sorority, Sorority, Sigma Delta, and a member member of the National Spanish Honorary Honorary Society. The bridegroom is a June graduate from the University University of Tera s with a degree in. Electrical Engineering. He is associated associated with the Institute of Radio Radio Engineers, Texas Society of Professional Engineers and a member of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Out of town guests attending the wedding included Mrs. Jane^ Dent Simpson, Mrs. W. H. Dent, Mrs. J. N. Simpson, grandmother of the bridegroom, and Bruce- Dobyns, all of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. Archie Dean Lindsey, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Robertson and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas of Fort Worth; Mr. and Mrs. Morris S. Lindsey of Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Archie Lindsey and Jame s Roland of Goldthwaite; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Timberlake Timberlake and daughter, Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Maultsby and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bryant Bryant and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Barrier Jr. of San Saba. A rehearsal dinner was given by Mrs. Jane Dent Simpson Friday Friday evening, August 29, in the- Little Dining Room of the Driskill Hotel in Austin. Recent Bride Is Feted With Gift Tea Mrs. Charles Floyd Bearden, nee Kathleen Lyon of San Anand Anand square neckline. A bia s band tonio, was honored with, a^gift of satin encircled the waist, forming forming a bow at back and streamers that fell the length of the gown. Her veil of illusion was attached to a crown of lace and pearls etched etched with sequins. The bridal bouquet bouquet was a cascade of carnations centered by a white orchid and stephanotis. The bride's mother was wearing of an a dusty rose lace dress and white carnation corsage. T b. bridegroom's mother chose a dress of pale blue brocaded taffeta accented accented with a pink carnation corsage. corsage. A reception honoring the bridal couple was given at the Parish House. Mrs. Archie Dean Lindsey presided at the bride's book. Other members of the house party included included Mrs. David Johnson, Mrs. Robert S. Calvert, Mrs. Joe Wilman Wilman of Fort Worth and Mrs. Raymond Raymond Barrier Jr. of San Saba. The table, laid with white net over yellow taffeta, was centered with an arrangement of yellow roses in a silver epergne flanked by white candles. When the bridal couple left for a wedding trip, the bride was wearing a bay brown suit of pure ?ilk with an off the face brown felt hat with an open crown. She chose matching brown lizard shoe? and bag accented with beige tea in the home of Mrs. W. S. Kuykesdall Saturday afternoon, August 30. Others assisting Mrs. Kuykendall Kuykendall in hostess duties included Mmes. R. C. Felts, L. P. Cobem, J. M. Bearden Jr., H. E. Stewardson, Stewardson, F. W. Farley, Jim Clark, AL. AL. Franklin, Buster Martin, Dor Johnson, Paul Taylor and Ray Wilder. Receiving the guests with. Mrs. Kuykendall and the honoree was Mrs. Floyd Bearden, mother of the bridegroom. Miss Mary Nell Millican registered the guests. The table, laid with a linen and lace cloth made by Mrs. Ida Kuykendall, Kuykendall, was centered with an arrangement arrangement of cream gladioli and candles. Mrs. Jimmie Thornton, Mrs. Paul Jeffrey, Mis 3 Eleanor Owen and Miss Mae Hardin alternated alternated at the refreshment table, serving white cake squares and punch. About 50 guests called during the hours from 3 to 5 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. James Golden of Fort Worth visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harkey one day last week. 2-Year Guaranteed Batteries, Batteries, $10.95. Sadler Autc Supply.