GradyLilWedding1947

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THE *»:-**»Jf**»M«*****»K < »>»H"J M J l **4>H * * * •> •!• MRS. W. C. BISHOP, Society Editor Hearne Couple Wed In Home Ceremony Simplicity and dignity marked the wedding ceremony of Miss Lillian Mudd and Grady H. Griffin Sunday afternoon at 5:00 o'clock, in the home of Mrs. Harry Gray, 403 Cedar street. The bride is a daughter of B. 0. Mudd of Pilot Point and the groom, a son of Mrs. Maggie Griffin of Hearne. , The couple pledged their vows before before a window setting of white gladioli gladioli and ferns arranged in floor baskets, baskets, and white candles burning in branched candelabra. The bride's brother, Sylvesta Mudd, lighted the tapers. Rev. Hiram Eastland read the double ring marriage service. Miss Judy Mudd, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore for the wedding an afternoon dress of canary yellow crepe and hat of nat- suit with pink blouse and British tan accessories and corsage fashioned of The following, Cameron Enterprise, interest in Hearne In a simple Niley Smith home evening, at sunset, daughter of Mrs. W. R. - Looney became the bride Smithwick of Richardson. colors of the sunset gowns worn by the flowers that had decorated the j and in the wedding prayer book she carried for the wedding wedding ceremony. At conclusion of their trip to Galveston, Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Griffin will be at home in Hearne. Guests attending the wedding included included Mrs. Roena Russell and Miss Dorothy Joe Lewis of Ennis; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henderson and daughter, Diana Lynn of Houston; Misses Judy and Mary Mudd, and Sylvesta Mudd of Den- Her and 1 flowers were blue accessories were ton; Mr. moreland and and. Mrs. sons, Peck Billy West- Peck Jr. and Gray, of Lockhart; Mrs. Otho Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. Luke Roffino and daughter, June, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Stone, Mrs. Maggie Griffin, Mrs. C. K. Oden, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. The vows were improvised oak trees on screen of immediate background growing flowers to the settling. picardy gladioli sides and in altar. A pathway from the east the altar space the aisle stood bowls of daisies. joined by yellow satin ribbons. Roy McDermott sweet wedding ural straw. carnations brown. The bride chose a white gabardine suit modishly styled, a white summer felt hat with veil falling to the shoulder shoulder line, and carried a white prayer book topped with a bouquet of white carnations showered with the same flowers and white satin ribbons. Accessories Accessories were British tan. Luke Roffino was best man. The bridal party and wedding guests were served cake and punch in the dining room from a lace-cover- eatable set in crystal and lighted by p} ans tall white candles. I he central table ornament was a crystal bowl of white ! Announcement is made of the en- asters and lace fern. The wedding j gagement and approaching marriage cake, three-tiered and heart shaped. | of Miss Judy Phillips and Ralph L. was embossed in white rosebuds and i Bandy, both of Clovis. Stubbs, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Oiver, jand played the Mrs. Nolan Griffin and Frank Griffin as well as vocal solos, Indian Love of Hearne. Engagement Revealed Mr. and Mrs. James Warren Henry announce the engagement of their daughter, Esther Marie, to Mr. Louis C. Anderson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Anderson of Calvert.. The wedding will take place on the sixteenth sixteenth of August at the First Methodist Methodist church of Hearne. The wedding which has been set for ier. Mrs. Harry Gray served!July 20th, will be performed in the and Miss Dorothy Lewis pre- parlor of the Central .Baptist church. The above, taken from Clovis News- held a miniature bride and groom on j the top tier the cuke and Miss Dorothy sided at the punch bowl. Mrs. Bill Henderson was in charge of the guest book. When Mr. and Mrs. Griffin drove to ; Journal of Clovis, New Mexico, will Miss Lois Ann The bride, uncle, Niley gown of soft a long molded yoke of white of taffeta, and tightly fitted and Tiny self covered the back of gathered skirt Her vt>il of shoulder length, tiny cap For something wore a gold her maternal Mississippi in property of Mrs. an arm bouquet showered with white Her sister, Hearne, serving was dressed in taffeta with be of interest to Hearne friends of the fj ttec ] i 3OC ij ce College Station to board a train for j bride-elect who made her home here Galvcston, she was wearing an aqua jfor several years. of flesh colored of taffeta. The

Clipped from The Hearne Democrat04 Jul 1947, FriPage 5

The Hearne Democrat (Hearne, Texas)04 Jul 1947, FriPage 5
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