The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 5, 1951 · Page 73
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 73

Corpus Christi, Texas
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Sunday, August 5, 1951
Page 73
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CAUUE*-TIM15, Sun., Aug. 5, 1951 TO MABRY--Mr. and Mrs. James Alton Ross of Bishop announce the engagement of their daughter, Nina Patricia, to James Donald Youngblood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jame Paul Youngblood of JJeeville. The ' wedding is planned for Sept. 1 in Bishop. BETROTHED--The engagement of Miss Ruth Marie Gregorcyk to Daniel A. Neff endorf is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gregorcyk of George West. The bridegroom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 'Alfred Neffendorf of Fredericksburg. ENGAGEMENT TOLD--The engagement of, Miss Joy McDougall has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. McDougall, of Refugio. She will marry Charles Newton Williams of Pearsall en Sept. 1. Mr.' and Mrs. I. C. Williams are parents of the groom-elect. BRIDE-ELECT -- Miss Augusta Marit Sullivan, daughter of Mrs. F. ML Sullivan, 3001 David, will marry Harvey E. Bradley, Jr., in a late summer wedding in Sacramento, Calif. The groom-to-be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bradley, Sr.., 1021 Brownlee. (Sp- LS the -S t. Ger- Saturday or the marriage rry and Harold Rev. G e o r g e iated at the dou-j daughter, of Mr. Perry of Kings- is the son of Mr. iklin at Riviera. icnts o£ w h i t e i-pom chrysan- d the c h u r c h . .ents banked the entwined Mabie-Davis Vows Pledged Miss Tommie Nell Davis became the bride of Ronald R. Mable in a. ceremony at the Free Method-1 1st Church Saturday night. ! The blrde is the daughter of Mr.! and Mrs. Elmer E. Da via, 282 1 Ushers were. John*R. 'slater""and|?. 1Us a n d _' h e gTOOm . is the . son o f j Charles Remllnger, Jr. Immediately following' the ceremony a reception was held at t h e j The Rev. R. J, Ropers officiated MRS. HAROLD JOHN YAKLIN . . . to make home in Kingsvilto »rrr. Mr. Yaklin Are »/ j St. Gertrude Church Harold .T. Remllnger was best; man. Jamea A. Yaklin, brother' of. tha groom, waa groomsman. home of the birde's parents. Tlie bride's table was a white linen cloth and lajd with! centered b at the ceremony. The bride uns marringe by iicr father. She wore a rmvy sheer reding'Oto with the bride's bouquet. The three- tiered wedding cake was decorat- bordered with beige ed with tiny flowers and topped jbeig« sheath. Her accessories \ \ e i e with a mimituro bride mid groom.,' Mrs. L. H. Klsik served t h e j in cathedral can-j cake, and Mists Barbara Ann R e e d j I presided at the (toffee a * r v i c e.jron of honor and Mr. Smithlcy wv I Mrs, Johit R. Slater \v«s in charge .'best man. Mrs. 11. W. Cochrane ; Dougherty wasjof Use bride's book. j sm , K accompanied by Mrs. Hazel navy. Mrs. ,. ° CO! '. was m«it ·npanied the St.lTo Krrvillii i MiuTJpnald. i After 11 wedding trip to Kerrville,! A reception wns held i:i jn marriage by I the couple will be at home i n ; Davis home following the . ballerina-length jKing.sviUc. For traveling, Uie bride I niony, In the house party as embroidered i wore a navy blue suit with niivyiMr.s." James Parr rind Mi's. sta. It was dt- and white accessories. Her corsngi? | Nixon, sisters of the bride. t h e crie were Ahin Mrs. ** ·» A lihpointed collar waa of white orchids. iUo MeClo.skey, another sister o f i Iceves, Tiny but-j The bride is a graduate of Kitig|th« bride, was in dury.e of the! e titled bodice jHigti School and is now u m p l o v d l i bride's -book. i nto a bouffant jat the library of Texas AI Col-j The bride is u grmluale of Hoyi nf rnatching or-jlece. · ^ i Miller High School wid the grooiiii frenched eurua-j The groom is a graduiile at Hi- attended Kdhool-s in Albany. He i s i - rtlp veil of silk;vlcra High School. He s e r v e d ! now serving in the Navy'at t h e j i three years with the U. S. A i r j Naval Air Station hon. ' j cascade bouquetJForce, and is presently employed) ions encircling: a | by the Celanese Corporation oi i O-iUusion and America. id wjth loveknots JUet. AUGUST WEDDING -- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Scarborough of Robstown have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janice Merle, to Edward L. Freund, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Freund of Austin. The wedding will take place Aug. 25. ENGAGED--Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Dawkin Fullerton of Kingsville are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Martha Ann, to Walter Truman Kay, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Kay of Stephenville. The wedding has been set for Sept. 22 at the First Methodist Church here. WalkerS* Mrs. Holland Among the out-of-town g u e 3 t. s\T,cav for ,'pr Mr fend Mrs KitrTM nll ,1 Mr j*^" 1 ' 1 ' /*" were Mr, and Mrs. Kugcr and Mr. 1 ton of Alice was and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ncs-i it wore a dress idy over moire with a 1 1 n y Guests Return Home To Eldorado, Arl;. loncy of George West; Mr, and|p a inicro, have' pone' to Colorado i Mr. and Mrs. Heard. Williams and son, Gates, have returned to Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Walker, 425; their home in Eldorado, Arl;., after Beautiful Fashions'by Mrs. ,T. 0. Terry and Mrs. J. 0. Terry, Jr., of Alice, and Mrs. Lillio RIGUEZ s-clect Jr. 'tri Bervtc* · The cngaga-j hir^; marriage odrigucr a n d ! i announced by irents, Mr. and Jriguez of Rio, Garza is the: rs. Ross Garza! tanned for Aug. ace in the tarn Oixirch in i attended Texas MVille and Mr.i of the .Untve^j ' in thej Medicine at! ucstg I fom« I m» of Wr. «nd n, S3S S o u t h ' Is* t)Riay Simp-! 1 Hines of Sun! litted bodice andpickley of Robstown. r mitta were of . 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