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IK cM*-onuM«a to.. A.*. 12. mi| $,,,,,/( Becomes Bride of William C. Hayes CiUh-r-'nia** »-»» Service SAN ANTONIO -- Hiss Sarah j Frances Calhoun became the bride of William C. Hayes Saturday night at the Travis Park Methodist Church here. The bride is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Edwin C. Calhoun of San Arilonio. The groom is th« son of Mr. and Mi*. A. G. Have* of Hebbronville. Dr. S. L. Bachelor officiated at the wedding. Mrs. Henry Puckeit was soloist v/ith Miss Donna Mae Perry accompanist. Shadow Lace The bride was given in marriage 1 bv her father. She wore a dress IWA Alumnae Sets Meeting C? For Tuesday o£ shadow lace combined with ivory satin. The sheer yoke wan edged with appliqued lace. A wide satin band joined the bodice of lac« over satin to the bouffant la.c* skirt whici extended into cathedral train. Illusion formed a' redingot* effect in the. skirt. The v«il of illusion fell irom a crown of satin and seed pearls in heart design. She carried a cascade 1 Duquet of gardenias and stephanotis.' Miss Clara Ogden was maid of honor. Mrs, Sam L. Fore, sister of th^ bride, was matron of honor. Darre5J L. Cooler was best man. Mr. Fore and Glen Hartman were ushers. Groomsman was Ralph C. Mathews. A reception \vas held in the Calhoun home following the ceremony. Mrs. C. Wayne Banks and MIPS" Janine Hayes were in* charge 'it the bride's book. In the hou.se partv were Mrs. R. C. Mathews, Mrs/H. C. Christopher. Mrs. R. S. Rodman, Mrs. The Incarnate Word Aeademy'jU, B. Ogden, Mrs. Nan Pattison, 'Alumnae Association will meet at:Mrs. Ralph E. Thomson, Mrs. C. JT-45 p.m. Tuesday at !he Crystal)W. May, Mrs. V. A. Kolb, Miss I Room of the Nueces Hotel- Mabel Lazenby. Mrs. Howard Doo- j An Flection of officers will bei little. Mrs. Clifford H. Zirkel. Miss I held Miss Christine Ragland. pres-! Marilyn Hayes, Mr*. W. Boyd Rob- Iklent. said. A social hour will fol-'erts. Mrs. Jack Krezdorn. Mrs. |j ow . i Dick Matthews. Mrs. V. N. i The meeting is open to all grad-jSchulU. Mrs, Ira D. Armstrong juates and ox-students of the Ascad- and Ml ' s - Robert " MRS. E. HOTSTOV CAKU,, JK. . . . the former NeIU Lynn Hilton Miss Nelda Hilton Becomes Bride of E. Houston Carll emy, Miss Ragland said. Program on Health Given at V or urn Paul Werner Send Larry Dunn Evans-McHanev Attendants +/ ^^ Announced by Bride-Elect Attendants for the wedding of Miss Velda McHaney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McHaney, 306 Norton, and Edward E. Evans of Alvaxado are being announced by the bride-elect. The wedding will be held in the First Baptist Church early Aug. 20, the twenty-eighth wedding anniversary of the bride-elect's parents a-nd the fifty-Unrd anniversary o · · her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs A. E. Thompson of Katy. | Miss Juanice Young of Hamlm will be maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be Miss Beryl Culpepper of San Antonio, Mrs. Kenneth Williams of Fort Worth, sister of the groom-elect, and Mrs. Jim Dannelley of Robstown. ; Mr. Evans' best man will be : Harold Mines of Kerrait. Grooms- TM e " ?;?" be * e TM e ' h Wi!liam ». of Fort Worth, Sid McHaney and Jo« p at M C Hanev. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home in Alice. Alice residen.s pre.seut were Jeffie Biggs, Miss Helen Biggs, Miss Wanda Biggs. Mr. and Mrs. Staylou P. Calhoun, Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Goldapp. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. McAnally, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Small, and Mists Marilyn Hayes. MRS. WILLIAM C. HAYES vows pledged In San Antonio church night at th» YWCA. The Y's BGs attended following t h e i r s'.ippor jneeting. Guests at the meeting and forum were members of the Desk Set Chapter nf the tion. Secretaries Associa- FALFUnRlAS, f S p ) -- Muss! bridal bouquet centered Neida Lynn Hilton b e c a u s e the and was surrounded by bridf of E. Houston Carll. Jr.. inia.stcr.s on n. reflector, a ceremony Saturday night at the j candius und while and i«ihi«i# rmrn Cu* 1 * 1 * Return ' *\To Denison Home Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Brown and W h i t e oiii hells The First Methodist Chuich. U-ompleicfl the The. bride ia the daughter of Mr. I Uorert wedding cake \vns topped) and Mrs. William R. Hilton of F a l - j w i t h violets and bcl'.s. | Jurrias and the g r o o m is t h e ; Hcuisr 1'nrty j grandson of Mr. flnd Mrs. L. H. j In the house p n r i y w e t e Mr*. Carll of Waco. . i R. C. Risin^i-i-, Mrs. K. C. Oir- The Rev. Cullon Hawkins. pas-| n n t h f i n , Mrs. K. I t . Collins, Mrs, ('.(tfnnin" in worm. Rusty and Ralph, returned to tiieir homo in Denisort this ;t work's visit w i t h the Rev. J. Russell Brown, 2202 :'!!(] M l S . Theresa. A. L. The Rev. Cullon Hawkins, pas- naUnin, Mrs. h. 15. tor of the Second Baptist Churehj Robert MyriL-k, Mrs. in Hnrlingen. officiated at the! henry, Mrs. Jack Wiley. Miss M a x - ] double ring ceremony in H chancel l i n e Barton, ( " I l n d w a t f r ; Miss setting of white gladiolus and u s - j Jean Thorn, Mexm: and Mrs. James L. Latt- bridge, and Jean-M.heir smi are vacationing in Colo- I Attending from Hebbronvitie were Mr. and Mrs. Murry Mattox. Mr, and Mrs. Vcager Armstrong, Mr, and Mrs. Gnggs W. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Franks, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Don Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Howell McCampbetl. Mr. jind Mrs. Roy Yoag«r. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hnyes and Miss Janice Hayes, and Douglas Hayes. Also Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hoi land, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rodman, Roy Rodman, Jr., Austin; Mr. and Mrs 1 '. B. D. Fore. Mr. and Mrs. Roua Oaklcaf. Corpus Christ!;'Mr. and Mrs, c:. W. May, Mrs. Henry Puckett, Victoria; Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Brown, Miss Lucille Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mathews, Mathis. Also Mr. wnd Mrs. H. C Chris- Freeman-Weissinger Vows Pledged in Baptist Church Miss Cora VVeissinger and 0. B., sleeves was worn over the strap- Freeman, Jr., pledged vows Fri-} less bodice. day night in a setting of white j A nv j on n ,,t veil fell from a asters and gladiolus at the Down-j starched lace hat c a u g h t with town Baptist Church.. j satin. She carried a white orchid The bride is the daughter of Mr. ti ef i W1 u, blue satin streamers, and Mrs. VV. J. VVeissinger, 311)8 ji,- S- Warren H. Borcn, t w i n Twelfth, and the groom is the son| s j s l e r O £ the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a pale blue voile dress and carried a bouquet of Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Freeman of Sweetwuter. The Rev. Pat Myers offioated at| 0 [ pink alters, the double rlnjr ceremony. Mrs. | FeUon Henry of Odessa was best K i l l i a i i , Fort Worth; Miss Pat Sa-jM'l vfige. R i i y i i i o n d v i l l ' 1 , MIMS K - - i i i e | i n K Ferns banked the rail. Miss M a r y I.XMJ Custer of Bi-e ·iile was organist and accoin- Otken, Miss Durand.i Edwards and panifd Norman E, Lamb of Waco Miss J f t i e l l Pin.'ion, Thoy nr*; carupiug and fish, llw Colorado streams. who sung. Satin, UK-IS The Viride, given in marriage by her father, wore a dress of white satin designed with long, molded bodice, sleeves and a deep pep- rum of imported hire. The lace scalloping design which outlined the yoke of illusion was repeated on the small collar. The bouffant skirt extended into it cathedral train. Her fmgertip- lenffth veil of illusion fell from a pleated bandeau of white s a t i n trimmed- with seed pearls. She carried a white orchid surrounded by white stephanotis. Miss Ann Northum of Tulsa was maid of honor. She. wore a dress of mauve net over taffeta designed with a double net b o d i c e and bertha. Her wide sash was of purple faille taffeta. She wore a matching bandeau trimmed with violets and carried a crescent- shaped bouquet of asters in deep pink. Bridesmaids Bridesmaids were Miss J e r r e Thorn of Mexia, Miss Angelia At varaflo, New Orleans, Mrs. R. S. Brookshire, Kingsville. and Mrs. Gerald Cobb, Gladewaier. They wore dresses of orchid net over taffeta designed like Miss Northum's. T h e i r headdresses: were matching and they carried bouquets of purple asters. Donna Bess Teas of Yoakum, flower g^rl, wore w h i t e net and a white bandeau and carried a bouquet of small white flowers. : Rudy Pool of Waco was best man. Groomsmen were Don Ed Smith, Ben Hosey, W i l l i a m Schmidt and Douglas Porter, -alii Of Waco, j A reception was held at the Hil-j ton home following, the ceremony, i The bride's table' was laid with i vhile net over white satin. The! For traveling thr bride wore n ! .suit of navy ami w h i l e l i n e n w i t h ] :i w h i t e v f i v c t l i n t (Hid li.-ivy fo Meet Tuesday The Corpus Christi Bridge Asso- iaiion will niPet Tuesday at 7:45 cessorifS with a v l u t p orchid cor-!p.m. in Use Oille.spie Bliick Com- Mrs, L. A. Dickcv, Falturrins; Siigp. A f t o ^ a wedding trip t o ' p a n y Auditorium. Tlie group will Mr. and Mrs. Victor A, Kolb, Monterrey, the couple will be a t i l i n v i - a maslcr point tournament Arnnsas Pass, and Mrs. Nan Pit- homo i n ' C e n t e r . i t h e following Tuesday. [tison. Waco. topher, Miss Shirley Christopher, Henry C. Christopher, Miss Bruce Hoerman. Dalla.-?: the Rev. nnd Mrs, S. L. Eatchelor, Kerrville, Miss Mabel Lazenby, Beaumont, Dr. and Mrs. U. B. Ogden, Pleii.sonton. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Clark, Carrizo Springs, Mr. and For traveling the bride wore a gray silk dress with black accessories a "d a whitf; orchid corsage. Alter a wedding I r i p to Colorado Springs, Colo., the couple will bi» at home at 912 Dabncy. Monroe Northcutt was organist jand Robert Wcissinger, brother of the bride, was soloist. , The bride was given in m a r - riage by her father. She wore a dress of white lace accented with rhinestone.s over sky blue slipper satin. A tilted jacket with '"'ifij "The" bride is a graduate of Mill er High School and attended Del Mar College. She is a member of Kpsilon Sigma Alpha sorority. The j groom is a graduate of Sweet ,, .._ !water schools und Texas Techmol- Dr. and Mrs. Lee Elroy S m i t h ' ? ( V Ue°e |-!6,H A t l a n t i c , are leaving tin- mid-!_H.;___l_l_± die of t h i s month for Oiluornia.j They will sightsee in Southern Cal-j5o«H' Families iforiiiu for two and a half weeks,; ' , returning by Grand Canyon andjmff/v f roni 1 "' i Carlsbad Caverns. i jlr. and Mrs. Herbert Soape. 4(15 Their three sons, Ronald. Dan|c[jff. ol -d. and son. daughter-in-law /,. E. Smiths Plan Trip to California and David, will go with them and Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Cox will visit in San Francisco before returning. Gene H unions on Trip Through New Mexico Mr. anri Mrs. Gene Hamon and their twin sons, Tommy and Toby, left Friday for Ruidoso, N. M., where they will spend about ten days. They also plan to go to Carlsbad Cavern. and granddaughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Soape and daughter, Car- r'yn, 171S Keys, have returned from a trip to Shreveport, to... where they visited relatives. IT'S SO EASY TO IMPROVE TOUR FIGURE -S' MART HERPaTAGE. Mjrr. 614 Elizabeth Phone 2-2198 WEDDING DATE SET --Mr. and Mrs Winfrey H. McNeely, 413 Fairmont, announce the engagement, and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dorothy Jean, to Pfc. Robert Daniel Stiles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stiles. 711 Lipan. The. wedding will take place Aug. 17. BETROTHED-- Miss Jeannette Louise Hern and Jerry Marquis will exchange wedding vows in a ceremony Aug. 26 in Orange Grove. Miss Hern is the daughter of Mrs. Elsie Hern of Orange Grove. The wedding will be held in the Lutheran Evangelical Church. ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS on all pertnanents in our salon beginning August 15th and continuing thru the month. Celebrating 26 years in Corpus Christi in the same location. The best prices that can be given will be yours this month. CALL US Stella Slinson Beauty Salon Open Evenings By Appointment Dial 3-4982 , 820 N. Cbaparra! "It Pays To Get The Best" STUDY STEADIES.;, My goodness, everybody knows how much skirts and blouses go with school. They ao everywhere . . . from Journalism to juke boxes and jerks. Nelly cieGrab designed the go-to.eethere on our left. Grey jersey blouse, 8.95 with a dark grev, bright, stripe wool skirt \vith crumb- catcher pockets, 12.95. 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