Out-of-town guests at the wed ding of Miss Ann Tate and Tony Lively included Mrs. I. W. Yea- _;er, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Yeager and' Dianne Yeager, all of McGregor; McGregor; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Tate Sr. of Giddings; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Tate Jr. of Brenham; Brenham; G. W. Baldridge of Benning, Benning, Ga. Also Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ols- SOR Jr.. of St. Louis Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buss, Jay Eshbach Eshbach and Court Fouts, all of Nacogdoches; Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Bishop, Miss Vickie Bishop, and and Mrs. Lottie Gaflin, Mr. Mrs. E- E. Prunty, Mr. Mrs. Harry Lively, Miss Delyse Lively. W. O. Yeager, Wesley Dee Yeager Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Vic Lively, Jeff Lively, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lively, Mrs. Florine Adomack, Miss Pearl and Miss Judy -Brown and Miss Lydia Murray, all of Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Holms, Mrs Stanley Honeycutt, Mr and Mrs. John Lejsal, Miss Shirley Lejsal. Mr. and Mrs. S. Prensner, Steven R. Prensner and Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Mc- CleUan, all of Pearland. Also Warren Yeager and Miss Nina Dunn of Dallas, Moss Jan Newbura Thornton of Beaumont, Nicklas and Mrs. Miss Betsy Nicklas. both of Nederland; Nederland; Mr and Mrs. Wayland Yeager and Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Hobson and Gary Hobson, all of Pasadena; Bobby McClellan of Abilene; Gary Prensner of Austin; and Sam Ford and Miss Nancy John, both of Waco.