Miss Margaret Ann Brous in a wedding
1955 Miss Jacquelyn Sturdy Is Bride of Robert L. Toivery Double, ring vows , were exchanged exchanged by Miss Jacquelyn Sue Sturdy and Robert. Lindley Towery Towery under a white wrought iron archway entwined with huckleberry huckleberry and white chrysanthemums. The ceremony took place Saturday Saturday evening at the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Roy E. Towery, Towery, lather of the groom, officiating, officiating, assisted byTr. C. E. Hereford.. Hereford.. The bride is the daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Sturdy, 702 Cornelia-Circle, Cornelia-Circle, East., Mr. Towery is the son of the Rev. and Mrs, Roy E. Towery of Fort Worth. White hybrid callas filled tall white urns and . white tapsrs burned in wrought iron candelabra, candelabra, which flanked the arch. Mrs. Kath'erine Allen was organist and Mrsr G. G. Somers was soloist. Mr. Sturdy gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a dress of white imported French lace over tulle and satin designed with an oval neckline outlined with iridescent iridescent s e q u i n s , rhinestones anc pearls.' The lace overskirt was ajjpliqued in the same motif anc framed a chape tiara: of illusion a. deep ruffle length train. A scalloped coronets shadow stephanotis. a lace taffeta, corsage mother re- in corsage Galvez, composed Miss E. R. L. and tiered and table. live the matching silk, a corsage of Hockaday University was caught with sequins 'arid pearls icld a circular veil of silk illus on. The bride carried a: white Bible topped with a white orchid surrounded by stephanotis ant showered with French tulle anc streamers iof satin. : Mrs. Donald Wandless was ma ron , of honor with _ Miss Gayle Scott of Dallas, maid of honor Bridesmaids were Miss Miche Ann Wilson of Alice and Mrs Larry Haynes. Yellow Antique They wore ballerina l e n g t h dresses of pale yellow antique affeta designed with scoopec necklines, and' bouffant skirts Their small, shaped hats were o matching taffeta and were caught vith small veils. They carried cascade bouquets of yellow carnations and white gypsophila tied with rainbow satin ribbons in green and white. Wendell R. Towery, brother of the groom, Fort Worth, was best man. Groomsmen, were Wesley Puckett, John R,' Thomas, Fort Vorth, and Jim Brewer, Grand 'rairie. Bill Bird, Joe Middlebrook, Gary Perkins, Fort Worth, and Gerald Somers, Corpus Christi, were ush- s. A reception was held, following he ceremony, in the church fel- owship hall. The bride's table was laid with vhite organza appliqued in satin and ruffled in white organdy. A eDector held the bride's bouquet and was flanked with jRllow candles in crystal holders. The four-tiered cake wns topped with a miniature bride and groom. Serving were Miss Billie Jo Williams, New Orleans, "Miss Lou Ann Kennemer, Miss Janet Home, Dallas, Mrs. G!i Weaver, Jr.,. Collego Collego Station, Miss Kay Lockman, Fort Worth, Mrs. Douglas Harris and Mrs. Al Kohutek. Miss Carolyn Rogers, McAlkn, and Miss Margaret Ann Brous, Fort Worth, were in charge of the Bride's book. For traveling, the bride wore n pale blue linen sheath and duster with white accessories. After a wedding trip to Houston, the couple wll be at home at 936 Col- iris. ' _ The bride is a graduate of Roy Miller High School and attended Texas Christian. .University. The jroom is a graduate of' Pischal iigh School/and attended Texas Christian :University and University, University, of Texas, Guests ., , Fort Worth guests at the wedding; wedding; were the Rev. and Mrs. Roy E." Towery, Wendell R.' Towery, Mrs. Per cine Smith; Mrrand Mrs. Gary Perkins, : Miss Kay Lockman, Lockman, Bill Baird, John R. Thomas, Wesley Puckett, Miss Margarel Ann Brous, Bill Johnson, : Alfrec Paschal, and Joe Middlebrook. Other out of town guests were Miss Gayle Scott, Miss Jane Horne, Dallas; Miss Carolyn Rogers'; Rogers'; McAilen; Miss Ann Loader Vernon; Miss Billie Jo Williams Mrs. Joe Williams, New- Or leans; Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wil son, Alice; Mi 1 , and Mrs. Peter Dyke, Kingsville; Mr. and Mrs Thonxas Wise, Jr., Victoria; Misr Michel Ann Wilson, Alice, Mr and Mrs. Gil Weaver, Jr., Col lege Station; Mr. and Mrs. John Bums, Ivliss Max'y Edna Burris Bloomington, and Mr. and Mrs Harry Richardson, Victoria. Bridal FefeMssBest The bridal month of June will nclude pre-wedding parties for Wfiss Barbara Best, who is to July bride. ' . The; first - of her parties was icld yesterday^ morning, a coffee and shower; and last night, before the Charity Ball of .the: Junior iris Cotillion...Clubs.j-Mjss Best shared party 1 -honors"-with .her fiance/C.M^"Robliiswr ; III. The two will exchange their .wedding vows on July .23, at the First Methodist Churchi T "~ Hostesses for the S a t morning coffee were -Mrs. H. Coon, Mrs, R. E. Sallee, and J." : G7"Schulz. ThejTentertained at the Coon" hohie, 133'Amistad. The before-dance-p a r t y night was given by. Mr. and Don Douglass, who entertained a their home, 905 Texas. Summer Fetes A June 8 party for Miss Bes is to be a b a c k y a planned by Mrs. H. L. Hicks Miss Shirley Hicks, at the Hicks home, 337 Ohio. ' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davy and Miss Carolyn Davy will hono: the couple at open house at Peerman Place on June 11. Mrs. J. J. Hall, Jr., of 401 Grant .will give a swim party V MRS. ROBERT LINDLEY TOWERY . . . o n wedding trip to Houston Hebbronville OES Sets Tuesday Meeting HEBBRONVILLE (Sp). -- There will be a stated meeting of the Hebbronville Chapter No. 808, Order Order of the Eastern Star, at 8 p.m., on Tuesday, at the Masonic Hall. . At this meeting Mrs. Lela Cotton Cotton will be installed as worthy matron; and W. E. Moore will be installed as worthy patron. Others to be installed are Mrs. Opal Harvey, associate matron; Kirk Gordon, associate patron; Mrs. Nora Villa, secretary; Mrs. Donnie D. Mc.Gee, treasurer; Lorcne Moore, conductress; Mrs. Juanita DeSpain, associate conductress; conductress; Mrs. June Holshnuser, chaplain; Mrs. Virginia Ebfe marshal; Mrs. Inez Wied, organist; organist; Mrs. Lona Gordon, Adah; Mrs. Loretta Woods, Ruth; Mrs. Lurlene Howard, Esther; Mrs. Willena Sharp, Martha; Mrs. Melba Hall, Electra; Mrs. Ivy Mae Crawford, warden; Mrs. Stella Neth, sentinel.