The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 12, 1951 · Page 71
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 71

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TO MARRY--Mrs. Alice Hallmark of Freeport announces the engagement of her daughter, Kay, to Sidney R McHaney. Mr. McHaney, who is attending officers candidate school, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McHaney, 306 Norton. The wedding is planned for early fall. Miss Hallmark is a graduate of Hardin- Simnions Uuiversity, which Mr. McHanev attended. Miss Monte Pat Arbogast, Mr. Bryant Exchange Vows i Miss Monte Pat Arbogast be-'Chantilly lace with sweetheart! Corpus Christ! CALLER-TIMES, Sun., Aug. 12, 1951 15-C TONIGHT Bryant in a double ruig ceremony | wore a brown veil and blwvn suede Saturday evening at the F i r s t ! Presbvterian Church chapel. ' . . . ! accessories. Her bouquet was o£ . of Mr. j bronze chrysanthemums. The bride is the daughter 01 air. |----- - - - - i and Mrs. C. P. Arbogast. 829! A dinner at La Louismne follow- i Indiana, and'the groom is the son!ed the wedding, of Judge and Mrs. Bruce W. Bry-i After a wedding trip to Mexico.' ant of'Austin. ithe couple will be at home in Vie-: The Rev. G. W. Crofoot of fici-!*«»· -ternal ated at the'wedding:. The chancel! Auxiliary To Serve Ham Supper quite. Th« dinner will b« »*rr«« tuf- fet style. Ticket*, which wffi b* on sale at the door, are $1 lor j adults and 50 cents for children i under 12. I Bill Shelton's orchestra, will jplay for dancing following the .inner. The dinner is open to mein- bers of the auxiliary, their fam- The ladies Auxiliary to the Fra-lilies and friends. Mrs. WlUiam Brttz, * * The bride attended Stephens Col-'sor a baked ham supper at 5 p. ra. !^j rg 'p au j 'McGregor are la Order of Eagles will spon- at 5 p. ra. was banked with asters, stock andilege and the University of Texas, today at EaK j es Home 310 i;, Mes-icharEe" oT arrangements. gladiolus. Miss Marilyn Anderson where she was a member of Alpha j ' · was solist. Otto Moellering was;Delta Pi sorority. The groom a".- orgar.ist. i tended the University of Washing- The bride, given in marriage by'ton, Millsaps College and the Umber father, wore a dress of cream iversity of Texas. j ImfiTintiTnTinnTiim^ Enjoy C/UF MATERNITY $1.00 DOLLAR $1.00 SALE ALL SUMMER SUITS AND DRESSES i Special Sunday DINNER MKS. RICHARD LEE TURNER ... the former Barbara Vann ! -Double Ring Vows Exclianged^ By Miss Vann and Mr. Turner i Miss Barbara Vann and Richard! A reception was held at theJEi Lee Turner pledged wedding vows i church following tlie ceremony.;^ in a double ring ceremony Fri-JThe bride's table was centered !E clay evening at the Westminster;\vith pastel asters, Tlie heart; E 'Presbyterian Church. j shaped cake was decorated with a j The bride is the daughter of Mr. white orchid. · Buy one at regular price -- and get the $100 and Mrs. Thomas D. Vann, 1411 Bonita, and- the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L.-Turner of Fort Worth. Mrs. C. M. Henderson and Miss =: Berdie Smith served. Miss Christ-!*: ine Smith was in charge of the S.firide'a book. For travplin the bride wore a: H The Rev. Chaimcey Acrey officiated in a" chancel setting of, , i white gladiolus and palms with nav - v blue suit wUh matching ac-. 'tapers burning in candelabra. Mrs.! ccs _ sones and a wl » tc orchld cor -j Delia Cable was organist and Mrs. i sa * e - 1 Trygre Rydbcrg and Dr. Robert ( The bride is a graduate of Austin! Wayne Bedford'were soloists. i College, where she was a member j Lace Tulta !°^ Alpha Chi sorority. The groom] 'The bride was given in mar-1Attended Austin College, where he! riage by her father. She wore a |was a member of Phi Sigma Alpha dress of"white Ince and nylon tulle, [fraternity. ! The lace bodice was designed with | Among the out-of-town guests j a rounded neckline and ruffledjwer* Miss Louise Turner, Mrs.) bertha. Tho tiered tulle skirt, worn | D. L. Turner, Mrs. Norville Bryan 1 over taffeta, was bouffant. j Turner, Fort Worth; Dr. Robert! A Juliet cap of lacs held a j Wayne Bedford, Sherman, Mrs. illusion. She carried a prayer|N. B. Smith, Miss Berdie Smith,; second for only , You Pay for The Highest Priced Item AVe have a lovely selection that will take you through the next two months of hot weather. * ALL SALES FINAL · NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES Come Early For,Best Selection We also have a complete line of lingerie and in- TO BE BRIDE-Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Martin of Alite announced the engagement of there daughter, Lois Virginia, to Jack J. Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Johannes Hansen of El Campo. The wedding will take place Sept. 1, at the First Baptist Church in Alice. book topped with a white orchid surrounded by stcphafaotis. Mrs. B. C. Neve, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Miss Louise Turner o? Fort Worth wasj maid of honor with Miss Helen! Thorington of Taft, bridesmaid. The attendants wore dresses o f j organdy over taffeta designed with j molded bodices, velvet cummerbunds and bouffant skirts. They wore matching mitts, bandeaux and carried colonial bouquets . of asters. Mrs. Neve wore blue, Mtss Turf ier, yellow and Miss Thorington, j green. Norville Bryan Turner of Fort Worth was best" man. John Alexander was groomsman. Miss Christine Smith, Marlln, n n d | = Miss Helen Thorington. Taft. Served continually from 11:00 a.m. to 9:30 pjn. · in our Air-Conditioned COFFEE SHOP 1.00 - Per Person · FREE rARKIXG for Sunday Dmner guesU In our new Nuecea Hotel Parking Lot at the corner of Peoples and Water Streets. CHOICE OF: Chilled Tomato Juice Tossed Green Salad Chicken Okra Gumbo · FRIED TENDERLOIN OF TROUT, with Cole Slaw, Tartar Sauce · CHICKEN FRIED STEAK with Country Gravy, Cora Fritter . · BAKED HOME HADE MEAT LOAF with Creole Sauc» · GRILLED YZAHLJNO LIVER with Trench fried Onion Rings · OMELETTE with MINCED HAM and Green Pepper! Candled Yarn* Augratin Potatoet Green Lima Bean* Ejcalloped Squash Buttered Beets CHOICE OF: . 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