Mrs. Alice Brous of Dallas
THE LLANO NEJWS, LLANO, TEXAS THURSDAY. FaBRTJAJtY 17, 1956 III ,.• I ••••iP^^—•••••«—• I • !•• tMlMHBHMHMHiB^H^^'*i~^^^— _ _, v , -_ | | , t j Miss Grace Austin Becomes Bride 0£ Hougrrton Dalrympie In Ceremony Here Saturday • Eisfe Miss Grace Elaine Austin, <be-, came the bride of Houghton /"B, Dalrympie Saturday afternoon, February 12, at 4:00 p. m. J\ ., The bride is the daughter<;»ot Mr. and Mrs. Cleve R. Austin of Coach Bob ^oung Quits Llano High School Staff Minneapolis, AJiini.;. She .achetor of aif-ts \ degree f "Diversity of "Texas," and ., .DALRYM.PLE has her the is" 3° teacher in Austin. The -bridegroom is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Sebe Dalryniple, of Llano. He will receive his doctor 'of philosophy degree in June from the University-of Texas , where he is a member of Phi Beta Ktippa, and other honor socllies. He attended attended Oslo university, Norway, one summer as an Albright honorary honorary scholar .and has been tin Albright Albright ,-scholar at the Uuiyersity o£ Texas for two years. !> Phe couple was married a.t the former Dalrympie residence in Llano Llano in- the iroom whore both the bridegroom and his father were born, the residence now being that of Mrs. Gussle Townsend, .aunt of the groom. Da-(id Anderson of Austin, pi- ams>t, played a prelude of his own composed in honor of the bride nud groom. JTe also played the tiaditional wedding marches. The (Rev. Wendell Howard of Austin read the single ring mar u.ie;e vows before a background of white gladioli and fern. Gnen in marriage by her fath er, the bride wore a waltz length dress of light .blue lace over taffe ta. with off-shoulder neckline, fit :ted bodice, full skirt, and fitted jacket of the same lace. This was Coach Bob Young, head coach of Llano high school for the past two school years, asked school superentendent, C. E. Brown to vind 1 !" A spokemau for the board o£ rustees said that Supt. Brown ad been asked to inform Coach he dress she wore to the queen's ea in London, when she was an exchange teacher at Maid stone, England. A tiny 'blue velvet hat with short veil completed her wedding wedding ensemble. She <:arrled a w.hite Bible topped with pink camelias Mr. and'Mrs.' Jimmie Wright of San A:utpnio were the attendants. A reception was held at the new home of the groom's parents. The table was taid with a white Maderia Maderia cloth and was centered with an arrangement of white and pink daisies. Crystal appointments were used. Mrs. C. W. R. Duvall of San Antonio, aunt of the groom, served the I'chke. 'Mrs. T. H. Wilson of Houston, aunt of the bride, served the punch;: "and Mrs. George F. Williams of Llano, the coffee. Mrs. Henry Oliver, aunt of the groom from Midland, was at the register. Mrs. Austin chose for her daughter's daughter's wedding a navy, suit with pink accessories and pink carnation carnation -corsiage. >Mrs. Dalrympie, mother of the groom, wore brown with dark brown accessories and white carnation carnation corsage. For traveling, the bride wore a navy suit with white accessories. accessories. The couple will live in Austin. Out of town guests other than those mentioned were Mr. and Mrs. Miller McCrow and daughter, Nancy K., MOTS. Nettie McBride, Mrs. Alice Brous, all of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Saundera of Grand Prairie; Henry Oliver of Midland; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rosenthall Rosenthall of Austin, and Mrs. Wendell Wendell Howard of Austin.