Robkoff Marriage

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Robkoff Marriage - 'THE CORSICANA, TEXAS, ! n«B8. BUBNEY BOBKOFF...
'THE CORSICANA, TEXAS, ! n«B8. BUBNEY BOBKOFF EILEEN SHIRLEY GOLDEN AND RURNEY ROBKOFF MARRIED IN KINSLOE HOUSE CEREMONIES A wedding of notable Interest to a wide circle of friends was solemnized at Kinsloe House Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock when Miss Eileen Shirley Golden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Golden, became the bride of Burney Bobkoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Bobkoff. Rabbi Joseph Shapiro of Agu- das Achlm and Rabbi Samuel D. Soskin of Fort Worth road the 1m- presslvo rites beneath a white satin* canopy and against a background of Southern smllax and other seasonal greenery. White floor baskets held massive arrangements of white gladioli, stock and tulips, and myriad white tapers burned In gold floor candelabra as an cffoctlvo altar .decor. A white aisle cloth was usod to define the center aisle of the Kate White- Belle Auditorium. As a prenuptlal prelude, Miss Shirley Evans, pianist, played "Clair do Lune" and Miss Claire Nevelow of San Antonio contributed violin interpretations of "To a Wild Rose" and "Intermezzo." Miss Evans was also accompanist for Mrs. A. A. Fox of Dallas Who sang "I Love Thee" and "Because." The traditional wedding marches were used as processional and recessional. Given In Marriage by Father. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a gown oi lustrous ivory satin traditionally designed with a deep yoke of misty illusion outlined in off-shoulder effect by a narrow band of the satin, long tapering sleeves, an'd fitted basque bodice. -The very full gathered skirt terminated in a voluminous cathedral-length train. Her fingertip veil of imported bridal illusion floated in full graceful lace-bordered tiers from a head- dross of seed pearls. She carried a prayerbook arrangement of matched orchids, showered with lilles-of-the-valley, white tulle, and diminutive white satin ribbons. Miss Norene Golden, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Sam H. Miller of Dallas, cousin of the bride, who served as honor attendants, were gowned In jonquil yellow faillo taffeta, styled with wide oval necklines, ledge sleeves, and bo- j dices of alternating bands 1 of the taffeta and net, accented at tho waistlines with wide fitted midriffs. The bouffant skirts wero adorned with pockets fashioned of bands of taffeta and net, and they wore mittens of matching taffeta. They carried fan-shaped arrangements of white and yellow tulips, centered with violets and tied with green satin ribbon. The bridesmaids, Miss Grace Bobkoff, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Doris Rhea Arst of Drew, Miss., wore gowns of Jonquil yellow taffeta designed similarly to those of the honor attendants. They carried fan bouquets of white and yellow tulips caught with streamers of yellow satin rib- bon. Kenneth Bobkoff attended his , vice! I I lls, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gudstadt, Mrs. Etta Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller, Dr. and Mrs. M. Sllberman, J. J. Sllberman, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Klrsteln, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. Isaao Mlntz, David Albert, Mrs. Esther Cohn, Mrs, Mary Roblnowltz, of i ~ " I Dallas. Dr. and Mrs. A. Antwell, Jo David Antwell, Miss Ida Antwell, Mrs. Sclma Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosonwasser, Miss Mary , Frances Ginsburg, Al Davis, Rabbi Samuel D. Soskin, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wolens of Fort Worth; Mrs, Rose Rublnson, Perry, Iowa; Mrs. Samuel Lichter, Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. and Hrs. Morris Antwell, and Mrs. H. Salkin, Alan Joel Antwell, Hobbs, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Antwell and sons, Charles Ivan and Jarrell, Texarkana; Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schwartz, Groesbeck, Mr. and Mm. DaveKamen, Athens ; Mr and Mrs. Jack Zarrow, Tulsa, Okla,; MlsS and 2£±ln ™S Mr.' M T ?V Mrs. Louis Ttrrt Mr i w.n-Ji Bersteln, Waco; Brother as best man, and the ushers wore Max Rosenblum, Dean Ullkes, Irving Samuels, Jerry Wo- iens of Fort Worth, Raymond Goldman and J. Y. Golden. The bride's mother wore a formal of toast lace with an orchid corsage, and the bridegroom's mother chose a gray lace formal with an orchid corsage. Reception. An informal reception was held immediately following the ceremony. The bride's table, which reflected effectively in a huge wall mirror, was laid in white satin and held a silver wine cooler in which was distinctively arranged a profusion of white roses, carnations and yellow lilies. Ivory tapers in antique silver candelabra cast a candlelight glow over the setting. The White Satin-iced wedding cake of double-ring contour, was embossed with sugar-spun orchids and lllles-of-the-valloy. Centering Schwartz, Mrs. Sam Werlln, Mrs. Elsie Maler, Mr. and Mrs. L.- 8. Davidson and children, Mrs. Sam Rosen, Miss Llllle Rosen, Mrs. Ray Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. I. Kran- dol, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krandel, Leon Krandel, Mr. and Mrs. Toube Krandel, 'Houston; Mrs. Phil Swartz and daughter, Marian, Austin. Cocktail Party and Rehearsal Dinner. A cocktail party at the home of the bride's parents on Saturday afternoon was followed with a rehearsal dinner at Kinsloe House. In addition to the bridal party, the houseparty and members of the immediate families, out-of-town guests at the dinner Included: Dr. and Mrs. A. Antwell, Joe David Ant'weil, Miss Ida Antwell, Rabbi Samuel D. Soskin, Miss Mary Frances Glnsburg, Mrs. Sclma Schwartz, Fort Worth; Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Fox, Miss Elaine Mar- gulls, David Albert, Dallas; Mrs. Samuel Lichter, Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Antwell and Alan Joel Antweil, and Mrs. H. Salkin, Hobbs, N. M.; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Miller, Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schwartz, Groesbeck; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bird, and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bernstein, Waco; Mrs. Robert Block, Seattle, Wash.; Mrs. Elsie Maler Mrs. Sam Werlln, Mrs. Jack Schwartz, Mrs. Ray Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Rosen, Mrs. Sam Rosen, Alvln and Frances Rosen, Houston; Mrs. Phil Swartz and daughter, Marian, Austin; Mrs. Ethel Erensteln, Norfolk, Va.; Miss Claire Nevelow, San Antonio; Miss Doris Rhoa Arst, Drew, Miss,; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wolens, Fort Worth; Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Davidson and children, Houston; Mrs. Mary Roblnowltz, Dallas. Navano Council PTA Will Select Its New Officers Navarro Council PTA will meet In its spring session Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Kinsloe House. Mrs. Scott Lowry will pre- side. Election of officers will -take place, and reports will b« received from members units •Reburial Rites For Norman Godwin Held On Sunday BLOO'MING GROVE, April 4.— (Spl.)—Funeral services for '8-2 Norman Godwin, killed in action

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  1. Corsicana Semi-Weekly Light,
  2. 05 Apr 1949, Tue,
  3. Page 4

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