Ellener Burford Becomes Bride of Ernest Brown

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of to of of May- the ' of in to of R. of Mr- Harris- to Miss Burford Becomes Bride Of Ernest J. Brown, Jr. On Saturday, September 25, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon afternoon at Lackland Air Force base, San Antonio, Texas, in chapel No. 4 with Chaplain E. L. Beklney officiating at the double ring ceremony, Miss Ellner Sharon Bur-ford, Bur-ford, Bur-ford, Albany, became the bride of Ernest James Brown, Jr., Albany, who is stationed at the air base. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Terreatha Burford of Albany and the bride groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest .Brown, 01 Al- Al- bany. For her wedding the bride wore a white dress with jacket and being completed with navy blue I .AoacenriM With hr ntiiTn h wore a corsage oi pink carnations. carnations. Attending the bridegroom were James Brown of Columbus, Mo., and Gerald Cooke of Charlotte, N.C. Preceding the ceremony Mr. Cooke lighted the candles. Elmer Pruitt of Salisbury, N. C, was the organist and played the wedding marches and was also accompanist for George Mc-Grath Mc-Grath Mc-Grath of San Francisco, Cal., who sang, "Because of You," and "In the Chapel in the Moonlight." For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Burford wore pink suit I with white accessories and a white gardenia corsage, I he j ejs. Most oi me cnurcnes are lab-bridegroom's lab-bridegroom's lab-bridegroom's mother wore a wine i ulous, with solid gold or silver colored suit with black acces-j acces-j acces-j altars, even the plaster is inlaid sories and her flowers were also i with gold. Mrs. Lewelling dis- dis- white gardenias. The chapel was decorated with lilies of the valley and lighted candles. Wedding guests included members members of Flight 715 of Lackland Air Force Base and relatives of the bridal couple. The new Mr. and Mrs. Brown will be at home in San Antonio, Texas. Both are former students at Albany union high school and Mr. Brown is a member of the United States Air Force. People with "quaint" homes and the bad plaster that goes with them have discovered burlap burlap makes a wonderful wall cov ering. Consult your decorator or set good directions. Make tne seams close enough to allow for shrinkage when the paste dries. S0Uth America Described to BPW Club Tuesday Mrs. L. G. Lewelling spoke on her recent trip to South America at the Albany Business and Professional Professional Women's meeting Tuesday Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Jtussel Dear. Mrs. Lewelling said that Lima is a lovely city of beautiful homes. There is much wealth in cotton there, even though it is a desert, the land is well irrigated and the farmers) harvest three crops of cotton before before replanting. The sand has drifted over much of the ruins of the Temple of the Sun of the Incas; however the temple being excavated and j restored, leading to the discovery j of fortunes in antiques and jew- jew- i played carved figurines of orange d. a balsa fishing boat, hand- hand- made flowers of penguin feath ers, antelope skin and horsehair, exquisite hand-woven hand-woven hand-woven cotton, jewelry and silver. Halloween Theme Used A dessert with a Halloween theme was served by Mrs. James Cochran, Mrs. Ellen Bray, Mrs. Ethel Littler, Miss Emelie Uhrhammer Uhrhammer and Mrs. Al Van Dahl. Mrs. A. L. Senders, Mrs. Russel Russel Dear and Mrs. L. G. Lewelling Lewelling were introduced as guests. Tells BPW Week Plans Mrs. E. C. Fisher, general chairman for B.P.W. week, announced announced that the plans are complete complete for the observance of National National Business Women's week, October 10 to 16. . . Miss Maryan Howard told about a radio broadcast to be heard over KWIL at 9:15 o'clock in the evening Sunday, October f u-hen Jackson, with in Jackson carried to affair Johnny ler, ley Miss bride-elect

Clipped from Albany Democrat-Herald09 Oct 1954, SatPage 4

Albany Democrat-Herald (Albany, Oregon)09 Oct 1954, SatPage 4
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