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Sepulveda-Williams Rites Charming Here f AT A HANDSOMELY appointed •**• military -wedding at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, solemnized by the Reverend Ralph Cox, of Porter- vllle. Miss Alberta Sepulveda, the daughter of Mrs. Edward W. Sweet, and Lieutenant Garnctt Shields Williams, United States Army Air Mrs. Garnett Shields Williams Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cut-ran, was costumed in a pink taffeta and tulle formal frock. Lieutenant Williams was attended by Lieutenant Gordon Blood of Card nor Field and tho ushers who bore crossed sabres for tho recossionnl included Lieutenants Charles Jon Corps, the son of A. D. Williams of kins, J. J. Ryan, Sam Galbrallh. Culpeper, Va.. were married Friday Charles Mclntyrc and E. O. Will! evening before a large company of | ford friends. The function was attended by distinguished guests from all parts of California and a largo number number of the bridegroom's fellow officers officers from Gardner Field, and their ladles, who also attended the charmingly charmingly arranged reception, which followed followed at the. Sweet residence. Pretty Selections Charm was added to the rites also by vocal selections presented by Ed Richardson, old friend of the bride's family, who was accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Laura Nichols, who played an organ recital of wedding music preceding the service. The bride's attendants. Mrs. Robert A. White, Glendale, Mrs. James Alien. Miss Patricia Sepulveda, Miss Edith Hoffmaster, Miss Hazel Hoffmaster, and Miss Na^ine Sepulveda. wore crepe autumn formal gowns of rich tones, matching hand bouquets and square tulle veils caught to the coiffure coiffure with fall blooms matching their bouquets. The flower girl, little Miss Caroline Curran, the daughter of Mrs. Sweet was assisted at tho reception reception by Mrs. Eil Richardson, Miss Prebble Griffith, Miss Catherine Curran, Miss Catherine Nicely am others. Tho brido is a member of a his toric California family, anil the bridegroom's father, A. I). Williams was for 30 years the chief adviser and "engineer extraordinary" foi the Philippine government. He has just retired to his homo in Virginia after receiving many honors in the island. On Wedding Trip young people arc now Tho young people arc now so journing in San Francisco, and wil return the middle of next week to Taft to make their home. Among the many guests presen wore Mr. and Mrs. Donald Craig o San Francisco, cousins of the bride groom and Fenton Summergill of Culpeper, who drove out for the wedding. Mr. Summergill arrived just too late for the ceremony, but was present for the reception following following in tho Sweet home and garden. •*• 3

Clipped from The Bakersfield Californian06 Sep 1941, SatPage 6

The Bakersfield Californian (Bakersfield, California)06 Sep 1941, SatPage 6
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