The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 19, 1951 · Page 34
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 34

Corpus Christi, Texas
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Sunday, August 19, 1951
Page 34
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in; jpiek Un«fl with navy tcccMOri** j»nd wore an iri« cortaft. Murrsy Jon«s., Jr., WM beet man. Immediately following the wedding a reception was held. A l»ee cloth covered the tabi« which was ·^ centered by an open Bible cake decorated with lily of the valley and ro»e«. , L P. H. Bavim and Mr«. A. L. Brauo served at the bride'» table. Mi*« Ruth Ella Braun was In charge of the bride's book. For 11 wedding trip to Kerrville its Wetfs , Mr. Timtnons Engagement i KINGSV1LJLJE (Sp--MiM Jo N«U Braunfels, Mr. *nd Mrs. Timmon*' a flfifillft/·*/? Collins and Donnal Monroe Tim-;will b« at home in Kingsville. For r* f "«'«'t**t*^U jmons pledged wedding vow» Fri-j traveling the bride wore, a suit of j c*«kr-Ttam »*· s»n 'day evening in a candlelight cere-'navy blue silk shantung with, navy! REFUGIO Th ·mojiy in the First Baptist Church..; and white accessories. j d a£)DPOachine marriaee of Officiating at the double ring serv- [ T he bride is a graduate of Teague Dorothy" West to Alfred C * ice svas th e Rev. O. E. McGaw. ,Hieh School suid Texas AI Col-- nas b^ n aBHOiHicedf ; The bride is the daughter of Mr.'.iege. She is a member of D e l t a ! T- ne bride-elect is the daughter and Mrs. Sidney Lee Collins of jTheta sorority and is listed inj o f Mrs. L. F. West of Refugfo and ;KwgsviUe and the groom s parents j Who 1 * Who in American College* [the late J. M. W«st !are Mr and Mrs. A. M. Tunmons..^ Universities. She will be a[ Mr. Smith is the son of Mr. and .' n£ , ; « . i. u v u i raemb * r of tn « faculty of Bishop j Mrs. W. S. Smith of Houston. ?%£*?- of _ th ^ * hui ; cl ! WR ? b ^:i Hi « h Sch001 ne « vear - ! The wedding will take p 1 a c e The bridegroom is a graduate of [Sept. 8 *t the First Baptist Church High School, B a y l o r l h e r e , The i Universitv and Southwestern Thee- j . He is ries. The couple will be at home in College Station after Sept. 17. The bride in a graduate, of Roy, Miller High School. The groom was! Mrs. David A. Ligori was e « Satln . Texas AI Col- !/·_;, V-v.^ or 'ilege. r llt i\6W Ouesti, Out-of-town guests at the graduated from Orange H i s h ' lne bnde ' Ktven "* marna S e bv TMg included Mr. and School and is now a student ati her father - vv ° r a dress o£ blush!Timmons of Levelland; Texas AftM College. I Out-of-town · , * i pmk satln ... Wlth an wedding included Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mr. a n d Avery Timmons of F o r t jsion yoke edged with an imported!Worth; Mr. and Mrs. J. W.' Curry ';IChantilly lace off-s-houlder bertaa.jof Teague; Mr. and Mrs. M. F. 1 Mr. and Ms. A, L. Braun and family, Baytown; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Braun and family, Alice; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Braun and family, Harlingcn; Mr. and Mrs. Paul! Berry and family. Kenedy; a n d ! jMr. and Mrs. W. 0. Poole and ily, Alice. ifan shaped train. She wore a lily- of-the-valley headdress and carried a white orchid on a Bible. " · Mrs. Edward Norwood Wheeler of honor. Other at- *V ' Marilyn Meador and Gerry Johnson spent last week in New Bran- fels at the summer home of the H. J. Scibienskis. Miss Meador is the daughter of Dr.. and Mrs. Clarence N. Meador, 33T Naples, and Miss Johnson's parents are Mr. and Mr«. Gerald Johnson, i?09 Naples. Frost of Houston; Mr. and Mr*. «. C. Manning, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Mahoney and Miss Jennie Lend Mahoney of Corpus Chsisti; Mias Ellen Jordhan- of Nederland, Mr. i and Mrs. R. S. Morgan, Mrs. J. O . \ f t f ft D Mnnn* Fr Coleman, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn! 17 / u - ° "^OOnS, jr. West of Banquete: Mr. and Mrs.' Mis s Ruth Stephens of San An- Antonian Is Guest Anniversary SPECIALS HOW tkru Au*. 31*1 on oil p*Rsaa»nis ic our acdoc. NT* Celebrating 26 years in Corpus Christi in the same location. Har* moi« Iwatitfhil kafa wttk COM, call Stella BeaitySalm Open Eve«ii«s by Appointment. Dial J-4»W 82» X. Ch»parr»l "It Pays To Get The Best" Lovely hands! Lovely hair! MRS. ROLAND G. WALKER ,, . . the former Mmmlyn Jones YWCA CALENDAR |and Mrs. Glenn D. West. Martha J Carolyn McGaw was the flowefgirl Aldon Talley of Sandia; Mr. andjtonio is visiting Dr. and Mrs. 0. jand Timothy Timmons was ring j Mrs. Edward Wheeler of Austin; jB. Moon, Jr.. 3761 Topeka. Mrs 'and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Guinn of ; Moon honored Miss Stephens witl Edcrujch. i a coke party Friday afternoon. Home Ceremony Unites J?. G. Walker. Miss Jones Mondny 7:30 p.m., Advanced Spanish bearer. | The bride's attendants wore bal- jledna. length dresses in CHftieUia i pink net over tissue taffeta. Thev I carried crescent bouquets of rose iastess and tiill c with lacelon strea- jmers matching: the headdress. The 'flower girt wore an identical dress and carried a pink tulle basket fill. ?' ^ TM XT- v v i ^ p.m., Nav-Y business meet- Miss Maralyn Jones became theiElevenUj Street, and the groom is bride of Roland G. Walker Friday!the son of Mrs, C. T. Gibbs, 3030jclass^ night before a mantel banked injMoore Street. ! Wednesday ! ^ *?' Russen Brown «**** 10 a - m - ed at th * SMgle rin ^ ceremony, with blush and white asters, Farris A. Petty served the groom _ _. n, ,,,. .,., , las best man. Groomsmen w e r e p.m. Overseas WJVM Club Levi Carli]e snd Richarci M rtfe p.m., Horseback ndujg; xjsihers were Ea ,. le Williams, Perry Mixon and Alex Martin. Reception commit- Following the ceremony a rerep- uncle. George B. Jones, 2015 Stlll- man. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Jones. Sr,, 1029 The bride's father gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a white lace dress over powder blue sllp-j'"'~ Now you can use your Sler- HnR the day you choose your pattern, thanks to our wonderful Sterling S i l v e r ·Starter Set Plan." This pltm means yoii can enjoy .the service of a complete 12- piecc Stnrtcr Set for the initial payment of only $1.00. $68 $55 $55 $55 TAKE HOME A STARTER SET tiZ Pieces of aolid silver-^* "baste'service for four : in A Free Xheit for jut* ** knives 4 $ fork.* ira.ipoons I DOWN _ No Carrrlnr Charge or Interest Added HERE'S ALL YOU DO: 1. Come in, pick your pattern, take your Starter Set home. 2. Pay only $1,00 down for each set you purchase. 3. Pay balance' as low as $5.00 monthly at no extra cost. 424 North Chaparral jtion was held in the Baptist Stu- 12 noon. Younjf adult committee. | rtent Center. The bride's t a b l e 6:15 p.m.. Gay Y'ers Supper I w a s ' airl w ' th an imported cut- jxvork cloth and centered with pink :30 p.m., Beginners Spanish' anti wnite Jflatiiolus. class. Serving were Mrs. O. E. McGaw, Thur»dHy Mrs - C - M - Mn K ^ Mrs - M - F. 6:15 p.m., Y's B Gs supper club.j Mrs. Avery Timmons was I n p.m., Beginners swimming j charge of the bride's book. Other at YMCA. members of the house party were j ? p.m., Intej-mediate find advanced swimming class at UCC. Saturday S p m., Nav-Y Dance. Mrs. J. W. Curry. Mrs. H. B. Moody. Miss Ellen Jordhan, Mrs. j C. G. Lincecum, Mrs. D. A. Gray and Mrs. Jake Custer. After a wedding trip to N e w Have You Tried To Wear Y r our Last Fall Clothes? If thty art too mug, M us SLENDERIZE you tht i«y, r.loxirg S T A U F F E K way. DON'T DELAY! Makt your appointment TODAY! FREE TRIAL TREATMENT Cii EUtnto.tlt I-21M M»ry HerriUie, Msr. MRS. DONNAL MONROE TIM1VIONS . . . the former Jo Nell Collins St. UkJs MYF To Have Supper Always Gay and Smart- RATTAN FURNITURE iLuke's Methodist Church will meet jat^6:30 p.m. for a covered dish'j t supper in the PorTiiac parlor. Miss j |Bobbye Hart will lead the devotion. { , · , · t · 4 . ,- ^ , , ! 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