The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 12, 1951 · Page 69
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 69

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WAGNER-PUGH--Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wagner, 238 East Vanderbilt. announce the engagement of their daughter, Yerda, to Jack Pugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pugh, Sr., 1205 South Erownlee. The wedding will take place at Christ the King Church in late August. tof nylon illusion which fell from a; Corpus Christi CALLER-TIMES, Sun., Aug. 12, 1951 13-C ; tiara of seed pearl?. She carried; ______ of orchids i tims gjj.j sat i u u bbons were usedlCalif.. .Miss Shirley Rogers, L. G. carnations , n lhe decorations. '.Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Tay- Mrs. V. H. Sims, Mrs. Thomas i !or - Luiing. a cascade bouquet fringed with white White illusion and. satin streamers fell from the bouquet. Miss Ruth McCalis'.er of Maine-i da, Calif., was maid of honor. She| A1:5 wore a ballerina-length dress of | ** r **** Jennings and blue embroidered organdy over taf- I ms, Zornes were in cnarge oi tne i « Betty Lee Lackey, \Ens. Murray Set feta. Her mitts and bandeau were!"TM 168 bookl ,, of matching organdy. She carried! For traveling the bride wore a; I) fit a f/yf rr .-..,-..,,.,_ a cascade bouquet of pink carna-is r ay suit wim white accessories.; "· lc '"' " v ' w * Itions with tulle and satin ribbons, janci a corsage of white orchids.! The engagement of Miss Betty Nancy Hamlin, flower girl, wore-Aft*'' a wedding trip to San An-i Lee Lackey to Ens. Emory Fisher a ballerina-length dress of blue'tonio. the couple will be at home'.Murray, USNR, has been an- embroidered organdy with match-; 1 1 1 Four Bluff. inoimced by her parents, Mr, and ins mitts and bonnet. j The bride and groom are both! Mrs. James Madison Lackey, 4346 Freddie Rogeis, brother of the j graduates of Sundeen High School.! Ingram. groom, was best man. Troy Rog-JHe attended Texas AM College.! The wedding will take place Aug. ers was ringbearer. Edwin 'rharisj Among the out-of-town guests)25 at the First Presbyterian and George Minton were ushers, i were Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Nixon, i Church. HEIDEMAN-BOYD -- Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Boyd of Beeville announce the engagement of their daughter, Gloria Inez, to Gilbert T. Heideman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Heideman, Kyle The wedding will t'jke place at the First Methodist Church Sept. 8. Reception A reception was | Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Nixon, Fieer; held at the!Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Taylor. Luling, church annex following the c e r e - ( M r s . Uilla Weeks. San Antonio; niony. The bride's table was laid with white over blue lace and centered with the bride's bouquet. A miniature bride and groom topped the three-tiered cake. Pink carna- Mr. and Mrs, M. F. Rogers, J r . , Jourdanton, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Accuf, Aransas Pass; Mr. and Mrs. High Mills, Seven Sisters; -Miss Ruth McCalister, Alameda, Miss Lackey is a graduate of Miller High School and C o r p u s Christi Beauty College. Ens. Murray is a graduate ot Parker High ' School in Chicago. and Aeronautical University. He is a member of the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. 'Dial 5-5333 MISS BLANCHE . . . to marry PAGE WILSON in Septcmbe' Miss Wilson Is Engaged alter-1 n"iu'\ t"ivv Si-ran* '| S I N T 0 N--The engagement of Miss Blanche Page Wilson of Has-, t r o p to ,ln:nps Burton Kelly of Sinton has been announced. The bride-eh'i-t is t.he riausbtei 1 ; of Jos G. Wilson of Bastrop a n d i the late Airs. VV'jlsoii. Mr. Kelly is t h e sou of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Kelly, Sr., of Sinton. M i s s Wilson is i gi'.-uluute of Bastrop Hi;h School and ;ittoiuii-d Mary Bnldwin ColleRC. She will graduate this month from the Uni- vcisity of TrXns Where .slu- is r; luember of Zet.i Tau Alpha s.oror- ity. Mr. Kolly is a gr:uiv,;Up of R'.n- ton High School and is a senior at Texas AM College. The wedding will Uike phii'c in early September at '.';ilv:iry 1 Episcopal Church in R n s t r o p w i t h I the Rev. Charles Pmnners of Alls-: t i n o f f i r J M t i n g . Frank Williams h \ ^Training Delegate, Frank Williams, n i e d i r n l corpsmen nt Naval Air Station, is rep- rownting Westminster P r r s b y t e r i ar Church at the leadership train- · ing w:liool nt Mo Ranch near Hunt ' this MRS, GERALD K. ROGERS . the former Margaret Slintnn Rogers-Minton Vows Said in V -' Ceremonv at Baptist Temple in !s Q M'?. B. J. Tay- MIT.. B. .1. Tay- : Miss Margaret Minton and Ger- e n t w i n e d with fern, burned ;n r a t h aid K. Rogers exchanged douMe i e d r a l c a n d e l a b r a . ring vows at Ui P Baptist T e m p l e ! a n d a c c o m p a n e d Saturdny e v e n i n g . i «ncl ar-conipaiust The Rev. C. X. Jones o f f i c i a t e d ; lor, soloist. i at the wrclding. i Organdy. Tn'fclA | The bride is the daughter of M r . : Thp bride, given m n w r r i a p e b y . and Mrs. George M. M i n t o n . S r . . i h e r f a t h e r , wore a dress of white '. .M25 Nelson, and the groom is t h e ! Swiss embroidered, organdy n v e r j son of Mr. und Mrs. M. F. Rogers, j t a f f e t a . Soed pearls deconited t h e i Sr.. Flour Bluff, ( f i t t e d bodice which extended into' Kfiskei iin-iingenients of w h i l e ! * b o u f f a n t , h j i l l r r i n a - l e n g i h s k i r t , I .·laniuius. pompom c h r y s a n t h e . l A small collar accented the Iv.jjh | i n n m s n n d w h i t e carnations i i r o o r - j neckline. | u l e d the r.h\in'h. S i m i l a r H r r H n g t " 1 - ' Shp wore milts of m.'itrhing or-; n i e n t s b u n k e i l i h c a l t a r . T f i r i ' i : i . - 7 . - ! i r i y a n d a f i n g e i t i p - l c n g t h v e i l . Stevenson -- The I n s t r u c t i n g Hair Stylist Lmcia'p operators are trained by Mr Stevenson especially for YOU. 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