uncle gary and aunt ruth 09/29/1944
WEDDINGS. CONNELLY-HYLAND PLAINVIEW, Sept. 28 (Special)-- Miss Ruth Joan Connelly, daughter of Mrs. Pat Connelly, and Lt. vase S. Hyland, son of Mr. and Joseph E. Hyland of Nazareth, united in marriage at St. Alice's Catholic Church Monday morning at 9 o'clock. The solemn nuptial mass was by Rev. F. L. Hyland. brother of bridegroom, assisted by Father eph Boeckman and Father Charles Dvorak. The wedding music was pidvided by Mrs. Guy Jacobs, ist. At the offertory of the mass "Ave Maria" was sung by Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Carl Goodman. The bride was given In marriage by John P. McGarr. Miss Rita Mooney of Ranger was maid oi honor. Pfc. Patrick W. Connelly Amariiio Army Air Field, brother the bride, served as best man. ers were Leo Weil of Hale Center and Leo Witkowskl of Plainview. The wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's mother for members of the wedding party and close frisnds after the cere- mony.' The couple left for a ding trip to Santa Monica, Calif, after the breakfast. The bride was graduated from Plainview High School and received a B. A. degree from Texas logical College In Lubbock, where she was a member of Alpha Chi Association of Women Students Collegium and Las Leales Clubs. Lieutenant Hyland entered t h Army Air Forces soon after grad- uating from Price Memorial College. He was commissioned at the air base in Albuquerque, N. M. and overseas in March^ 1944, where was stationed in England. He re- turned to the states Sept. 1. He wears the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with Oak Leaf Clusters.