The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 12, 1951 · Page 67
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 67

Corpus Christi, Texas
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Sunday, August 12, 1951
Page 67
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\Naval Catholic Chapel Scene \0f Horstmann-Gallant Voivs i ! Double r i n g vows \ver« ex-'length. The strapless; dress with a! 'changed by Mias Donna M. Gallant! "'"Wed Iwlic* was worn with a| !and Ens. Frauk J. HorsL'nsum Sat- brief buttoned jacket. A Juliet cap held her elbow- urday e v e n i n g at the Catholic; len gth veil, She earned a bouquet Chapel at the Naval Air Station.!of white asters centered with red' The bride is the (laughter William R. Gallant of Royal Oak, Mich., and the groom is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Horstmaon of New Orleans. . , . ., . . .,, Lt. Comdr. J. F. Konash ofli-' d . ress . in · ballenna-length with a ciated at the wedding. . il ie , red ^__and_stole cape. Her) Attendants The bride was given in marriage bv her father. She wore a dress of Miss Geralding Norton of Chi, 111., was maid of honor. Miss 2ook of Austin was brides- Miss |Juliet cap was matching and she! teamed blue asters. ' Miss Patti wore a yellow organ while lace over satin in ballerina dy dress in ballerina-lengtb de~i signed with a stole cape. Her Juliet j · cap and bouquet were matching. i Ens. Edward W. Ingley of Balti- 1 more, Md., was best man. Ens. j (Robert Williard was groomsman.} were Ens. Phil Burke and Careys Entertain Brother and Family Mr. and Mrs. Mark Carcv and|. t , _ ,, _, daughter. Patsy, of Wichita' Fall, j -£TM ^ ' ''' are'visiting his brother. Hillard j ltettpMon Carey, and Mrs. Carey, 216 \Vil-j A. reception^was held at the Off. j shire Place. Fridav Miss Sharon Rives entertained Patsy and June Carey al^TirTg ^eddteT^ke. /Irjiio-h + o.*' r\f TVTv n»irl TV/I r; Milln v/i -- . .. . .'~. . MISS GTJINN SANDERS . . engagement announced daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Carey, at luncheon in the Morocco Room of the Robert Driscoll Hotel, i Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Mark i Carey was honored at a bridge j party of eight by 'Mrs. Hillard i Carey. Miss Sanders, Mr. Hallmark To Marry Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Fox, 222 Glendale, announce the engagement and approaching marriage) of their daughter, Miss Guinn San! ders, to Lawrence Lee Hallmark. Tho wedding la planned for mid- October at the Second B a p t i s t Church. Mr. Hallmark is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hallmark of Dublin. He was graduated from Dublin High S c h o o l and attended Southwest State College and Tarleton State College. The bride-elect is a graduate of! Roy Miller High School and attended Southwest Texas State College. Braces To Vacation In New Mexico Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bruce, 1619 Sixth Street, and daughter's, Doreen and Carol, are leaving today for a two week s vacation in Ruidoso, N. M. En route home they will visit Mrs. Bruce's mother, Mrs, Duke, 1611 Peabody", who is vacationing in Kerrville. Children Visiting In Arnold Home Guests in the home of Mr, and Mrs. E. F. Arnold this week have been Lt. and Mrs. .Tim Whitt of Fort Hood. They also visited Mrs. Whitt's mother, Mrs. -Rose Harmon, 1115 Laredo. BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED--The engagement of Miss Marguerite Jones of Alice to William Mclntire Gould, Jr., has been announced. She is the daughter of Mrs. Susan Anderson Jones of Alice, formerly of Corpus Christi, and Henry Houston Jones of Austin. Mr. Gould is.the son of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Gould of Beaumont: The weeding will take place Sept. 6 at the First Presbyterian Church in Alice. . - " cer's Club following the ceremonj The bride's table was -decorated with gladiolus and centered with For traveling the bride wore a light brown satin suit with brown velvet accessories. After a wedding trip, the couple will be at home at 325B Oleander. The bride attended business college in Detroit, Mich., and Del Mar College. The groom is a graduate of Samuel Peters High School, Among the out-of-town guests; were Mr. and Mrs. Frank -Horstmann, New Orleans. William Gal-i iant Royal Oak, Mich., and Miss! Patti Cook, Austin. i Corpus Christ! CALLER-TIMES. Sun., Aug. 12, 1951 11-C Lewis-Adair Wedding Set For September in Sinton SINTON (Sp^ -- Mr. and Mrs. Luther L. Adair of Sinton announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Nell Rose, to Marion Lewis. Mr. Lewis is the son of Mrs. Thomas A. Lewis of Beeville. The wedding will take place Sept. 55 at the Sinton Presbyterian Church. Miss Adalr it a graduate of Sinton High school and attended Baylor University and Alabama J Polytechnic Institute. i Mr. Lewis is a graduate flf B»* ;viUe High School and th« Unlv««v 'sitv ot Texas law school- To Meet Monday Members of Spohn Hospital Woi men's Auxiliary will m«et a*. th» j hospital nurses' home at 7:30 p. !tt» 'Monday. MRS. FRANK J. HORSTMANN . . . the former Donnn M. Gallant Tcxans Love Good Coffee . . . You'll Love New From The World's Largest Jersey Herd MID-LOUIS HEEL SHELL PUMF 12.95 "Fail in line with ParimoaYs newwt fatl Ion ... 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