The Galveston Daily News 21 August 1904
Cornelia Moore, Moiler, club. protection Education." On Tuesday, the 16th Inst., at 4 o'clock the afternoon, occurred a very pretty wedding at the home of the bride's Mrs. L. C. Ramakers, in Bay View. The contracting parties were Miss Julia Bock and Mr. William P. Derrick, Rev. D. Aves of Houston officiating. The bridesmaid bridesmaid was Miss Alice Boillin of Galveston and the groom's best man Mr. Hugh of League City. The bride wns neatly attired in a dress of white mull trimmed silk lace and carried a large bouquet oJ bride ruses and fern. The bridesmaid a gown of white organdy trimmed with and carried a bouquet of yellow roses, Tenle Ramakers of Galveston presided the piano. Besides the immediate relatives of the happy couple the following guests werp present: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson. Mrs: Henry D. Aves, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Y. Master Arthur Hartwell, tilu Misses Bradford, Bradford, all of Houston; from Galven'on, Julius l BoiIlin, Mrs Theophile Anderson, Mrs. James D. Cox, sisters of the bride, their families, Miss Dora Nelson, Mrs. B ist Elbert and children, Mrs. Lawrence . Herzog and children, Mrs. Theodore Ramakers and Misses Tenie, Lenora anc Gcrtis Ramakers. The newly-wed pair tho recipients of a goodly number of presents, and will make Bay View their home. The groom, Mr. W. P. Derrick, Bay View's postmaster.