Clipped From The Brookshire Times
STOCKDICK-THOMPSON Miss Norma Stockdick, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stockdick of Katy, was married to Albert Thompson in a ceremony ceremony which took place at 8:00 p. m. Wednesday at the Katy Methodist church, with Rev. J. E. McGaughy officiating in the presence of a large group of friends of the couple. A bank of ferns againse the altar formed a background for floor baskets of gladiolas in pastel shades. Mrs. Geo. Vaughan Vaughan and Mrs. Sam Poorman, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. A. R. McHaney, sang "Because" "Because" and Mrs. L. E. Morrison and Mis. T. B. Tucker, with Mrs. A. P. Smith as accompanist accompanist sang "I Love You Truly," and the wedding march from Lohengrin was played for the entry of the bridal party. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of ivory satin, made cowl neck and shirred yoke. The sieves were long and full, and her veil of illusion, held to her head by a cap of the tulle, extended over the long train of the gown. She carried a shower boquet of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. The bride was attended attended by Miss Fabiola Stockdick, Mrs. Lester 4 Williams and "Mrs. Alvis Evans, and the flower girls were little Misses Romona Stockdick and Margaret Thompson. Thompson. The attendants wore dresses of pastel shades and carried pink gladioli. Olen Thompson attended the bridegroom as best man and Leslie Thompson and W. C. Stockdick were groomsmen. Cecil Cott and Alan Justman served as ushers. A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents where the lace-laid table holding holding the bridal cake was presided presided over by Mrs. J. D. Woods. Mrs. Morrison served punch and Mrs. Charles Rose, Mrs. Carl Scrlipf and Mrs. Vivian Avera, the confections. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson will be at home in Katy following a trip to points over the state.