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Service Read n Amarillo Announcement is being made of the marriage of Miss Helen L. Montgomery, formerly of Lubbock Lubbock and no\v of Amarillo, to James Baldwin of Amarillo, on May 29. The bride is the daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mont- gomerv of Darrouzett and the sister sister of Mrs. W. A. Wilbanks, 2103 Twenty-ninth and Miss Polly Montgomery, student at Texas Technological college, Mrs. Baldwin was formerly employed employed in Lubbock at the U. S. Employment office and at the district district office of the Office of Price Administration. She did newspaper newspaper work in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico before going to Amarillo last October. Mrs. Baldwin Baldwin is owner of The Coronado bookstore in Amarillo. Mr. Baldwin is a photo-engraver at the McCormick company, advertising advertising and engraving agency. He made his home in Dallas and in Los Angeles, California before coming to Amarillo three years ago. ' The bride- received her education education at the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma, Norman, where she was a member of Phi Mu sorority. The bridegroom attended the University University of California at Los Angeles. The couple is at home in Amarillo. Amarillo. Martha Kuykendall, Yvonne Westmoreland Westmoreland and Mary Ellis Maedgen. A Friday night buffet supper and get-together were given by Mrs. Cullen Chapman and Miss Jean Smith in the home of Mrs. Chapman's mother, Mrs. A. W. Mav, 2121 Eighteenth. Gladioli Mrs. Jack Price Will Be Matron Of Honor Mrs. Jack B. Price, 2513 24th will be matron of honor, in the wedding ot Miss Dorothy Eilen Johnson of Roby to Mr. Robert A. Fewal of Phillips, this evening at and daisies decorated the tables. The hostess's gift was a blanket and three pieces of silver. Misses Dorothy Wright, Shirley Parsons, Martha Kuykendall, and Mesdames Betty Ann Watt, Bill Coker, H. J. Avery, Horace Humphries Humphries and Mary Lou Lawson were guests. At Hotel Lubbock, - the bride- to-be was honored with a luncheon luncheon given Saturday by Mesdames Walker Stanton, H. W. Stanton and H. Fehleison. She received a gift of silver. Guests were Misses Mary Ellis Ellis Maedgen, Jean Smith, Lanelle Hurlbut, Shirley Parsons, Dorothy Dorothy Wright, Martha Kuykendall, and Mesdames Bill Coker, Horace Humphries, Betty Ann Watt, Britt S. May, Cullen Chapman. H. J. Avery, Wayne Prather and Arch S. Underwood, Mrs. Campbell Gives Party For Needlers Mrs. E. L, Campbell was hostess hostess to the following members of Happy Hour Needle club in her home at 1308 Arnett Friday afternoon: afternoon: • Mesdames S. C. Rawlings, E. L. Lansford, Lee Stilphen, C. N. Kennon, Mack Johnson, D. M. Davis, Sam H. Batton. J. C. Richards, Richards, B. E. Needles. J. D. Hord, Annie Steele, E, H. Bergman and H. F. McLarty. Julv fi at 3 p.,m. the club will meet "with Mrs. J. L. Gilbert, 1707 Thirty-first. -K -K * June Wedding Announced Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Burkholder, 2213 Sixteenth, are announcing the marriage of their daughter, Amo Lee, to Lt. William Don Halbert, Halbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Halbert of Dallas, which took place June 1 in the Liberal, Kas., Army post chapel. Chaplain McDonald H. Westlake read a double ring ceremony before before an altar decorated with palms, calla lilies and tapers in tiered candelabra. Mrs. J. F. Langfurd sang "Because" "Because" and ''I Love You Truly" accompanied by Sgt. C. E. Baker at the organ. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white wool suit with black suede 'accessories and carried a bouquet of white gardenias. Miss Jackie Wiikison of Friona .who attended the bride as maid of honor wore a pale blue suit with a gardenia corsage. Lt. Paul R. Ecelbarger of Liberal Army Air field was best man. John L. Burkholder, brother of the bride, lighted the candles. Mother of the bride wore a navy blue and white dress with a pink carnation corsage. The bride is a graduate o£ Lxib- bock High school and attended Texas Technological college and Texas State College for \Vomen in Denton. Lt. Halbert was a student at Tulane university before before entering the .service. Lt. and Mrs. Halbert are at home temporarily in Liberal. -

Clipped from Lubbock Avalanche-Journal17 Jun 1945, SunPage 24

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal (Lubbock, Texas)17 Jun 1945, SunPage 24
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