Elinor Brous' wedding

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Elinor Brous' wedding  - j YC7 1 , 1 Queen Anne's lace mncle up house...
j YC7 1 , 1 Queen Anne's lace mncle up house WCCl 10 decorations, and In the receiving S. E. Bum-ill Miss Elinor Brou?. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. p. Btous. Denison. and Sidney Eugene Buttrill. son of ! Mr. and Mrs. w. J. B. Biutrill. 403 formal Avenue. Denton, were married married Sunday evening at G o'clock in the Waples Memorial Methouist Church of Denison. Hev. Philip W. Walker of the First Methodist Church of Deuton was a.ssis'.ed by Rev. J. C. Oflesby of Denison in performing Che ceertnony. Miss Sara Fi^-s or Itasca was the bride's only attendant, and Si Bob Johnson of Denton attended tl:e bridegroom. Ushers uere Edward Edward ana Lloytl Brous. brothers of the bririe. and Harold Farmer. The church was simply decorated with white Quec-n Anne's lace and gladioli witll a background of green ivy. Mrs. S. V, Ernest at the from Lchertsrin and the "familiar Mendelssohn wedding march as the processional and recessional, and ''I Love You Truly" during the ceremony. Mrs. Lute Loy sang "Because" preceding ihe ceremony. Miss Files was dressed in a pink organdy gown and carried an old- faslrioncd bouquet of flowers. Given Given in marriasre by her father, the bride wore a while net and lace gown with a sweetheart neckline line were the mothers of the bride and bridegroom and the wedding parly. Miss Elizabeth Coe, cousin of the bride from Ardmore, Ok., presided at the three-tiered, wedding wedding cake; Mrs. L. K. Brous, sis- ter-ir.-Uvw ol' the. bride from Houston Houston at the frozen fruit punch bowl. anil Miss Florine Label from Den- isou r.t the- bride's book. Mr. and Mrs. liuttrill left after the reception for a three weeks* wedding trip in Mexico City. The _ bricie wore a British tun and \vhitol riress with a niaching short-sleeved jacket and a corsage of orchids. To Live in Austin They will make their home in j Austin, where the bridegroom is n i member of tiie faculty of Allan High School. Mrs. Buttrill is a graduate of Denison High School and of T. S. C. W.. with B. A. and] B. S. degrees in business adminis- | tration. and Buttrill is a graduate i of the Teachers College Demon- 1 I Teachers i ?f e with a B. S. in in- cUistrial arts She is a meaiber of the Chaparral Club, and he of the Beta Alpha Rho Beta fraternity, j Guests in the W, J. B. Buttrill a home for dinner Sunday and who later attended the wedding in : Denison were Dr. and Mrs. II. L. i Pritc'aett of S. M. U.. Mr. and Mrs c. M. Howard ot" N. T, A. C.. Ar-; lington. Mrs. S, S. Dillon and \ daugmers. Misses Ima and Audrey, i of Fort WbriSi, and Mr. and Mrs, ; the the gown were puffed ai the Mioul- Pnul B . uuri11 and l '-<«'S hter s of j <ier and. fitted just above the el- { Gra P ovme - I bow to the Kris;. Wealing a three-quarter length modesty" veil, the bride carried orchids and gardenia gardenia buds or. a white Bible. Following the ceremony a reception reception was held at the home of Wide experimentation is going on | the bnac's parents. Wild roses and j throughout the United States with i Schools On Grade Abolition

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  1. Denton Record-Chronicle,
  2. 16 Jun 1941, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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