Kerrville Mountain Sun from Kerrville, Texas on October 2, 1958 · Page 9
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Kerrville Mountain Sun from Kerrville, Texas · Page 9

Kerrville, Texas
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Thursday, October 2, 1958
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Second Section KERRVILLE MOUNTAIN SUN HARVESTER OF HAPPENINGS IN THE HEART 0' THE HILLS VOLUME 77 KERRVILLE, KERR COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1958 No. 48 Vclma LaVerne Johntson Weds Dr. T. C. Holekamp in Junction The marriage of Miss Velmn LaVerne Johnston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pordtran Johnston, to Dr. C. T. Holekamp II, •on of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Holekamp, all of Junction, was solemnized Saturday evening in the Junction Presbyterian /Church with Rev. Eugene L. L. Btricklin, pastor, officiating in the impressive service. Cleve Wheelus of Austin was \he soloist and musicians were Mrs. Reuben Loeffler, organist, and Mrs. R. D. Kothmann, pianist. The petite bride was given in marriage by her father and wore a gown of imported silk taffeta, with the long sleeves rnd fitted bodice. The neckline was finished with points of hand-drawn Alencon lace, studded with sequins and seed pearls. The gown extended into a full court train and her veil of imported illusion fell from a crown of pearls, extended the length of her gown. She wore a single strand of pearls, which had been the wedding gift of her father to her mother, and the carried an heirloom lace handkerchief which had been carried in a number of weddings in her family. Her flow- Ms Were white butterfly roses, Kowered with stephanotis blos- HLms and tendrils of English V* Miss Carolyn Rogers of San Antonio was the maid of honor and bridesmaids were the bride's cousin, Miss Betsy John ston of this city, Miss Patricia Blackwell of Cuero, Miss Sally Kay Maxwell of Hamilton and Miss Billie Sue Gregory if Spur. Miss Rogers wore a dress of fuschia peau de soie, fashioned with a Sabrina neckline, fitted bodice and bell shaped skirt, with a row of tucks at the hemline. These were •with bows of pink velvet ribbons. The bridesmaids wore of pink peau de soie, the fuschia trims. They wore hats of pisk leaves with pink tulle veils and carried pink roses. Bill Stewart of Sonora served as the best man for the groom ind groomsmen and ushers were 3r. J. P. Jones of Hurst, James Smith, Lemesa; Tom Johnston, brother of the bride; and Aubrey tothmann of Junction. The reception was held at the rlotel las Lomas. The young couple left by plane for New York, from where ?hey sailed to Scotland, the former home of the bride's late grandfather, Tom C. Johnston, of this city. Her parents had also gone to Scotland for their honeymoon. Upon their return they will be at home in Junction. Attending the wedding from Kerrville were Mrs. Tom C. Johnston, the bride's paternal grandmother; Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Garrett Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Brown Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnston and daughter, Miss Betsy; Kelby Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dempsey and daughter, Miss Kaye; M. 1 . and Mrs. D. W. Bennett and daughter, Miss Kathlene; Mrs. C. D. Remschel, Miss Graves Dewee& and Mrs. Nicholas Ge- rachi and Mrs. Dorothy Womack. Observes Birthday Anniversary C. E. Parker, lift observed his fifth birthday anniversary Saturday at "Shady ; Acres", the home of his grandparents', Mr. and Mrs. Scott Schreiner, on the Harper Road. The principal entertainment for the afternoos was a treasure hunt. Numerous novelties and small toys were found by the young hunters, and ice cream, a "Hansel and Gretel" birthday cake, and cold drinks were served by the young man's mother and his grandmother. <• « * Friends will be interested to learn that Mr. and Mrs. Lance Myners of Wichita Falls have announced the birth of a son, Michael Wayne, on September 20. The young man is the grandson of Mrs. Pearl Talbert of Mountain Home and Mrs. Wilma Myners of this city. Mrs. Edith Tiemann of Kerrville is the great-grandmother. MISS JANE DORIS DIETERT Jane Doris Dietert to Marry Donald Dean Rupp in December MRS. T. C. HOLEKAMP An all-around ityU (hat It fully flattering with it* ihtcrth linn. Moused back it add«d faihion inttrtit. Optional belt for v«rw»il- Hy. In wotSabl* eoHon-illk. Sim 8 to 30. Ilut/Grty novv, brown. "We Give Exchange Stamps" Entertain With Cabaret Party Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Ashton were hosts at a "Cabaret party 1 ' Saturday evening at the Golden Ox when about 50 guests were in attendance The guests were seated at small tables about the room, and the arrangement proved to be a delightful innovation. Yellow mums, acorns and autumn leaves made effective decorations for the buffet, table and bar, and an unusual arrangement of these flowers was on the piano. •fr 4- •* Miss Frances Remschel who teaches in Austin, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Remschel. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wyers of Temple; spent the first of the week in Kerrville. They are former residents here. Has Informal Coffee Party Mrs. Russell Thomas entertained with an informal coffee Friday morning in the kindergarten room of the Presbyterian Church when the guests included the parents of the kindergarten department, of which she is the teacher. Yellow linen was used for the table, which was appointed with copper, and a cornucopia of fruits and berries was used as the decorative note. Coffee and doughnuts were served to about 35 guests. •«••«••$• Rev. Don Anderson, pastor oi the First Baptist Church, is in Alpine this week where he is conducting a series of revival meetings. Episcopal Women Plan Program The Women of the Episcopal Church, Mrs. L. E. Dinsmoor president, will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the parish hall of the church when a film on Japan, "Hope of the East", will be shown. All members are reminded to be present for the meeting and to note the change in time. Mrs. Morgan Terry has returned to her home in Dover Del., after a visit with her aunt, Mrs. Harold Johnston, and her grandmother, Mrs. M. A. Mov- riss at the Pinto Ranch. Commander Roger Stevenson of Corpus Christi was here last week end for a visit with his wife and children. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Schaef- feur and .their house guesto, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Baroch of Omaha, Nebr., are spending this week :n Houston, Golveston, anJ in other sections of Texas. The engagement and approaching marriage of Miaa Jane Doris Dietert to Donai.l Dean Rupp, son of Mrs. Cecil Shelton of San Antonio, has been announced by the bride- elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex C. Dietert of this city. The marriage, which will b; an event of December 6, will be solemnized in the Zion Lutheran Church of this city. Miss Dietert is a graduate of fivy High School and attended the Teachers College in Sun Marcos and is at the present time employed in San Antonio. Her fiance is a graduate of the high school in Bloomington, 111., and attended the University of Illinois. After having served for four years in the Army Air Force, he is employed in San Antonio. Registered Nurses To Have Meeting Mrs. Patricia Buck, program consultant from the Texas State Heart Association, will be in Kerrville early this week to help complete plans for the Cardiac Seminar to be held here October 4th and 5th. Also helping with program will be Mrs. Helen Lawson, Public Health Nurse Consultant, Division of Cancer and Heart Disease, Texas Department of Health, and Mrs. Vivian Mac- Fawn, nutritionist, Texas State Heart Association. Registration will begin at 1:30 Saturday afternoon at the Tivy Auditorium. Nurses from seventeen surrounding counties have been invited. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Sorenson and children visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fawcett, this week. He has been transferred from the Waco office to a new position in Sai Antonio. House Party At L. A. Real Ranch Mr. imd Mrs. L. A. Real have been entertaining with a series of parties at their hunting lodge on the Real ranch in the Turtle Creek section. Some of the guests go for the noon meal, some for the evening and sonic spend several days and nights. A "ariety of entertainment is provided for the guests, including a series of interesting croquet contests, cards, and visit- ng the various blinds on tho •anch and watching the many leer and the flocks of wild Ur- ;ey. Bountiful meals are served hree times each day to tiu guests, who numbered 18 on each occasion. The series of par- ies continue from 10 days to two weeks. It's the Truth! and we can prove it!* Our greatest aptitude. Rendering you unexcelled service. Our many years experience stand behind our promise. Let us serve you. For proof of this statement, sec our next ad. Answer to lust week's statement: Faces are NOT easier to remember than names! There is no difference. If you looked at the name for us long a time as you do the face, you would remember it just as well. This is confirmed by the Department of Psychology of New York University. 703 Water Street Walter Reif f ert Hardware 229 Earl Garrett St. LAST 3 DAYS SALE yraoicisc&n ; earthenware 16-pc. sets reg. 16.95 * Last chance at these great savings on the most famous earthenware sets of all. Every Franciscan earthenware pattern in our stocks is reduced. Hurry! fa Choose from these patterns: Desert Rose, Apple, Ivy, Autumn I'houe CL 7-5119 arden Club To Meet The Kerrville Garden Club will meet Monday, October 6, at three o'clock in the home of Mrs. George Callcott, 425 Water Street. Mrs. R. A. Remschcl and Mrs. D. H. Comparette J; 1 ., will be the assisting hostesses. Mrs. Comparette will preside ai; the business meeting and Mr.-. O. B. Saner will discuss "Home Landscaping and Horticulture Around the Home". «••»•» Mr. and Mrs. Merle Mason of Houston spent the week end with the latter's sister, Mrs. J L. Adkins. CHAIRS CANED RUCH OR SPLINT SEATS WOVEN Edw. Moore 508 Elm St. *,* eanne durrell The Sheath Relaxes into Fullness $19.95 Jeanne durrell lets you choose whether you will go "relaxed" or not. The front is fitted, and ran he worn without a belt, (he back relaxed and easy. A perfect dress to take you smartly into Fall, for the fabric is bidder's imported viscose with a shantung type weave. In Important ISlack, sues 8 to 18. Louise Dress Shoppe 703 Water Street I'houe CL 7-6768

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