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Wedding - Moses-Stankosky Rites J Read in St Mary's...
Moses-Stankosky Rites J Read in St Mary's Center Miss Nancy Moses, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tad Moses, 1206 Walton Drive, Collcgr Sta- j tion, was married to Peter Nicholas Stankosky Jr., Sunday afternoon in the Student Cen! ter of St. Mary's Church with j the immediate family and a few friends present. The bridal setting for the pledging of marriage vows was enhanced with palms accented baskets filled with white chrysanthemums. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Stan* kosky Sr., of Bridgeport, Connecticut. Reverend C h a r 1 e s. Elmer with van- serv- _________ omit- . gouth Texas on a‘ weddmg tript reside at 1015 East 32nd, in Austin. Both the bride and groom are graduates of the University of Texas. Out of town guests included Mrs. C. R. Breedlove Jr., Miss Ruth Breedlove and Mr. and Mrs. Judson Germany of Fort Worth; Mrs. Mary C. Moses and Norton Moses of Dallas; groupings of | Mrs. Martin Moses, John Moses with pedestal j and Martin Moses Jr., of Norman, Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Olsen of Galveston; Mr. and Mrs. James B. Clemens, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Thornton Jr. of Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Forester, Miss Lorine Graeber and Miss Jill married the couple, who were j Quigley of Austin; Mr. and Mrs. attended by Mrs. James B. j Clemens of Houston and Day-1 ton Moses, brother of the bride, j Mrs. Clemens wore an aqua satin afternoon dress w'ith hat and shoes of the same color, and earned a nosegay of yellow chrysanthemums. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a champagne satin dress with matching accessories and carried a nosegay of white frenched carnations centered writh an orchid. Following the ceremony a reception was given at the home of the bride for the wedding guests and a few friends. Mrs. M. K. Thornton, Mrs. T. W. Leland, Miss Jean Locke, Mrs. Fred Wehmeyer of Austin and Miss Mary Gene Johnson of Houston were in the house party. When the couple left for J. T. Wheeler, Miss June Wrheeler and James Wheeler of Beaumont. Shower-Tea Bridal Fete For Miss Ilubacek Mesdames N. B. F. McGuire, Quinn Vance and Miss Peggy Stuart honored Miss Barabara Hubacek with a shower-tea Saturday evening in the home T|| q * Tpai*!! of Mrs. McGuire on Woodland -aO\a 1 Hell 1 CctLll Drive. AC J Guests were greeted by Mrs. AFC ^tTCSSCCl Vance, the honoree and her MRS. PETER NICHOLAS STANKOSKY JR. | mother, Mrs. John Hubacek i D-. Wontu ( l iiiwO and they were later registered i/cllllti \iidU5tC in the bride’s book by Miss Dorothy Crim, at a table which ! .^ul" "" * 11 ‘H; I held a little bride’s doll with I L, I «« wore a charcoal «i t i sm,u bou 0( wW fl#w. | and black accessories. They will j erj half. and j ________________________ Advertised lines of household appliances and industrial equipment get a featured spot m Toyland. Frontier life is a favorite for dramatic play with realistic details of the Wild West covering everything from carbines to chuckwagon cooking kits. Good news for parents is the fact that price tags are about Santa ( laus believes this year game as last year, with that toys should teach boys and > many afvorite toys redesigned By DOROTHY ROE AP Womens Editor

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  1. The Eagle,
  2. 05 Dec 1955, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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