William Edward Bradford AND Jo Deane Browning Bradford

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William Edward Bradford AND
Jo Deane Browning Bradford - Miss Browning Becomes Bride Miss Jo Deane...
Miss Browning Becomes Bride Miss Jo Deane Browning became became the bride of William Edward | Bradford in a double ring ceremony ceremony Saturday evening in the chapel of the First Presbyterian Church, The Rev. Darrel Gray o'ficiat- with white streamers, on a Long white kid gloves and white pigskin shoes completed her cos-1 tume. Sister Attendant Miss Roberta Browning was sister's only attendant, wearing £ d. igray wool suit, with a black vel The bride is the daughter of Mr. | vc t" C ollar O n the jacket, and white and Mrs. Joe D. Browning, 1357 \ accessories. She carried a York, and Mr. , Bradford is the j orchid bouquet, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brad-j j ohn w . DeSalme was best man, and ushers were Bobby Roberts, Walter Green and Bob For the ceremony, the vows ford, 1317 Logan. STo Live in Austin After a wedding trip to Mexico, the couple will make their home said in Austin where both will attend | the University of Texas. The bride last year, attended Stephens College at Columbia, . Mo., after graduation from W. B. ,,jRay High School. Mr. Bradford, a graduate of Roy i Miller High School, previously at- in a setting of baskets of white chrysanthemums and gladiolus, gladiolus, flanked by a seven-branch candelabra. Parlor Reception The floral theme was repeated! in the church parlor for the reception, where the table, laid with organdy cloth, was centered tended Centenary College at w ijjte carnations and chrysantbe- Shreveport, La. jmums. Escorted by Father I Mrs. Luther Terry, an aunt of Mr. Browning gave his daughter i the bride, served the cake, in marriage. She wore a light weight wool sheath dress in a soft gray tone. The "wide, rounded neckline of the dress was caught at the center with a flat bow, adorned with rhinestbnes. Over the dress, she wore a short, fitted jacket, buttoned buttoned to a high neckline. The button button motif was repeated on either I side of a j the back I Her hat with pearls she carried short flared panel of the jacket Mrs. Paul Reeves of San an aunt of the groom, and Mrs. E. L. Browning, another aunt the bride, were at the punch coffee service. The groom's sister, Miss Elizabeth Bradford, was at the bride's book. Out of-town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs, Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hightower Sinton, Dr. and Mrs. R. G. of Schulenberg. Mrs. Jimmy A. Mrs. Robert- Mrs. was solidly encrusted i nish of St. Louis,. Mo., and Mr. and rhinestones and j and Mrs. Morgan White of a white orchid, tied' Lavaca. Mrs. Howe, Rus-l i Peace, Con-' Buenos Aires, I of! j I \

Clipped from The Corpus Christi Caller-Times19 Aug 1956, SunPage 30

The Corpus Christi Caller-Times (Corpus Christi, Texas)19 Aug 1956, SunPage 30
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