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 - AIRS.-ROBERT WESLEY ARMSTRONG . . . former...
AIRS.-ROBERT WESLEY ARMSTRONG . . . former Mertie Dcmsliock ifiss Demshock, Mr. Armstrong lecite Vows at Sacred Heart MiM Merti« Ann Demihock and Robert Wesley Armstrong pledged vow« at » irnlng nuptial mans Saturday at Sacred Heart Church. The Rev. A. R. Doga officiated at the double ring formal ceremony. Parent! of the couple are Mr. and Mr§. .losepli John Dcmeliock of Galveslon r. and Mrs. James Richard Armstrong of Dorchester, Hats. Michael Collerain, organist, and Mrs. Jim Harris, vocalist, provided the program ! nuptial music. THE BRIDE WAS ESCORTED .: th» »lt«r by her father. She gown of siDt K(«, ·» original by D*~ fruit. CMtume. Mln«r*. It WM wealed · F th an empire bodice of Alencon ::e fashioned with short sleeves i.d a portrait neckline irtiich WM hanced with an applique of nd clipped lace flowers. Tiny covered buttons fastened . e bodice which gave the classic InoeM line. The waist released ot pleiU In a «kirt of great llnesa which formed a cathedral ' ngth train. I Her three Her finger tip veil of | k Illusion depended from a own of tiny crystal orange bios- ms. She wore wrist length oves and carried a bridal mis- I, gilt of thj bridegroom and a him crystal rosary, a family ·irloom. Her only ornaments were a oil- ,rcd pe" 1 ' surrounded by d!»- ,onds on a gold chain and match- g earrings. She carried a cas- ida design of white roses, i 'ephnnotls surrounding » white j.'-chid. j..MRS. J. L. GONDESEN was i';atron of honor and Miss Cecilia Iclru of Corpus Christ! was ||ald of honor. Bridesmaids were Hiss Gloria Dontln and Miss iatherine Dcvotl and Miss 1 vonne Bsrtlctt served as junior jHdesmnid. which were of beige and matching matching green hutd colored flowers. Their beige glovei completed dra Griggs presided at the crystal crystal punch bowls. WHEN THE BRIDE and bridegroom bridegroom left for their wedding trip to Boston, Mass, and a tour of the eastern states she was wearing wearing a static turquoise silk shantung shantung tnscmble and matching accessories. accessories. Her corsage was a white orchid. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong will be at home at 1224 Sealy after a six-week tour. The bride was graduated from Ursuline Academy and from St. Mary's School of Nursing. She is affiliated with St. Mary's Infirmary. Infirmary. Tho bridegroom was graudattd from Boston Technical High School, attended Massachussels All carried semi-crescent bouquets bouquets of yellow «pider mums surrounded surrounded by croscint wheat. LITTLE KATHLEEN GRIGG wa» flower girl and wore a full length gown of white pcau de sole styled similar to me bride's gown. Her tiny veil was held by a crown of seed pearls and she carried t mlnature basket filled with rose pctali. Johnny Demshock, brother of the bride, served as ring bearer. Anthony Regnier of Provi- dcpct, R.I. served the bridegroom as best man. Groomsmen included included David J. Sweeney III, Lew j Turn to Page j Sce rjivE McCreary of Toledo, Iowa and i-Clyde i-Clyde Bigham of Cedar Rapids,' Iowa. Ben Robinson was junior groomsman. Carl Haglund of Galveston and Bill Clark seated the guests. FOR HER DAUGHTER'S wedding wedding Mrs. Demshock chose « gown of misty pink fashioned with a pleated neckline which formed a center point collar. She wore contrasting accessories ot a deep rose. Her corsage was of garnet sweetheart roses. A reception tollowed the ceremony ceremony in the ballroom of the Buc-1 cancer hotel. The bride's table ion of St. :*lnesmnia\ I cancer noiei. Jfie nnue 5 IHDIC ; They wore Identical (awns of | was laid with a spun lace cloth · .: irtKt green pcau de fole with j embellished with minature ivy I.' wide "V" neckline which styled j trim. Two cupid candelabra ar- ,:ie princess lines. The center i rar,ged on the table were sur- and back panels extended] rounded by dody mums. i.ver the shoulders and soft In- Verted pleats billowed out bolow )R waistline. They wore veil Miss Adeline Grady attended the guest book. Miss Ethel Lynn McLaren served the cake and headpieces i Mrs. Jean Bartlett and Miss San-

Clipped from The Galveston Daily News27 Sep 1959, SunPage 14

The Galveston Daily News (Galveston, Texas)27 Sep 1959, SunPage 14
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