The Texas Mohair Weekly (Rocksprings, Tex.), Vol. 53, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, May 26, 1961 Page: 2 of 4
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The Texas Mohair Weekly and The Rocksprings Record
Friday, May 26th, 1?
A centcTpiecc of yellow roses and
gladioli banked dhc yellow tapers
Rev. and Mrs. M. David Wea-
ker and daughter, Donna, Mr. and
i used to light the table. The tiered Mot. Bethel BmtIMf, Mr. and Mr*.
| wedding cake was topped by a Allen W. Robbins and son Allen,
miniature bride and groom. Punch | Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Louis Shifflett,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Corbin and
daughter, Susan, of Fort Worth.
MRS. DAVIS REVIEWS
BOOK ON "PIONEER GO
HOME” BY R. POWELL
CARD OP TRANKS
Will Be In
Saturday, May 27 until
I Monday noon, May 29
Mr. Stone will have film and
lights for "Living Color” por-
traits as well as black and
white or hand colored.
Moody-Robbins Wedding Vows Taken
In Adington Baptist Church, May 12th
Miss Janice Sue Robbins, dau-
ghter of Mr. anti Mrs. Allen W.
Robbins, 5721 Wells Circle South,
Fort Worth, Texas, and Timothy
Ray Moody were united in marri-
age at 7:00 p. tn. Friday, May 12th
in the First Baptist Church at
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allison Moody
Rev. Kenneth Saunier, secretary
of the Baptist Student Union at
Arlington State College and youth
director of First Baptist Church,
Arlington, officiated at the double
For the wedding, the altar of
the sanctuary was lighted by white
tapers in cathedral candelabra
banked with foliage ceil ter d with
lover's knots. Baskets of white
gladioli completed the altar setting.
The prenuptial wedding ntusic
was presented l>y Miss Barhara
Williams, organist, who also ac-
companied Mrs. L. F. Hankins of
Rtocksprings as slu- sang "Because"
At tile conclusion of the ceremony
■Mrs. Hankins sang “The Lord's
Prayer” as the couple knelt on the
(satin kneeling bench.
Tlvc bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a formal-length
gown of silk peaii de Miie ov'-r
diamond white taffeta. The bod-
fitted by sun hurst darts was ftsh-
ioivcd with a scalloped portrait
neckline »pplk|ucd with hand-clip
ped alenoon lace and Te-embroidcr-
cd with iridescent sequins and seed
pearls. The bouffant skirt, appliqu-
ed with the lace motifs, was caught
in back with a hustle how and
ended in a chapel train. The brief
rfeeves were complimented by white
formal gloves. Her illusion veil
fell front a coronet of face aid
pearls. The bride's bouquet of
white -roses was centered with a
White orchid. Her jewelry was a
•wcetlheart lavahere, a gift front the
groom. Both bride and groont car-
ried traditional nnmicntos of their
Mis- Carolyn Corbin, maid of
honor, anil Mi-- Penny Lee, brides-
maid. wore identical dresses of
white -ilk chiffon with cowl neck-
lines The bouffant skirts were ac-
cented with -ashes of soft yellow
< hifion. Their bandeaus were fash-
ioned of tailored satin hows and
brief veils. They carried bouquets
of tiny yellow rosebuds complete
with tulle and satin streamers. Both
young ladies were from Fort Worth
and have been classmates of the
Flower girls were little sisters,
Barbara and Glenda Parks of Law-
ton, Oklahoma, cousins of the
bride. They were dressed alike in
Cinder el la frocks of embroidered
organdy ami lace over taffeta. They
carried white baskets filled with
Mr. Moody served his son as
be>t man and Jerry Fagan of Fort
Worth was groomsman.
Allen Robbins, Jr. of Fort Worth,
brother of -the bride, and Jerry
Hendricks of Joshua, lighted the
Ushers were Dee Allen Wright
of Chilton, Buddy Burch of Arling-
ton, jerry Hendricks and Allen
Robbins, Jr. Also in the groom's
party were Jim Allison of l<ock-
-priilg-, and Denman Moody, Jr.
of Houston, cou‘in» of the groom.
For her daughter's wedding,
Mrs Rohhin.- cho.-e a lace frock
in dusty ro-e, the square neckline
accented delicately by matching
pearl-. Her accessories and hat
were of the same rose and her
cor-age was an orchid.
Mrs. Moody wore a two-tone
gown of gray lace with an over-
-kirt of imported voile. Her ac-
cessories and hat were of lavendar
and she wore a purple orchid.
Following the ceremony a re-
ception wa- held in- the church par-
lor-, where the bride's chosen col-
or- of yellow and white were used
Mrs. F. A. Moody of Rock-
spring-, grandmother of the groom,
registered the guests. For her
grandson’.- wedding, Mr.-. Moody
wore a two-piece blue ensemble
and a flowered hat to match. Her
corsage was feathered white car-
The bride’s table was laid with
a hand embroidered cutwork cloth.
was served front a silver bowl.
In the house party were Mrs.
Robert J. Corbin and her daughter,
Susan of Fort Worth, Miss Becky
Armstrong of Plano, Miss Judith
Adranski of Arlington, and Misses
Susan Clough, Mona Freeman,
Judith Nickerson, Sue K oh King,
Barbara I,obl> and Ken-net te Harri-
son of Fort Worth.
When the couple left for their
wedding trip, ithc bride wore a cos-
tume suit of navy Italian silk ac-
cented with white Swiss embroid-
ery. Her hat, shoes and acces-
sories were of white and her cor-
sage was a white orchid.
The bride is a graduate of a Fort
Worth High School and has com-
pleted her sophomore year at
Arlington State College, where she
is majoring in art and interior
decor at ion.
Mr. Moody is a graduate of
Rocksprings High School, where
he finished with honors. He is a
senior student of Mechanical En-
gineering Technology at Arlington
State College and is employed by
F.sco Klevator Company of Fort
Worth as a draftsman.
After a short wedding trip, the
couple returned to Arlington, where
they are at home at 211 Mitchell
and will resume their college car-
Among the out-of-town relatives
and guests included Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Allison, Mrs. F. A. Moody and
Mrs. L. F. Hankins, Rocksprings;
Mr. and Mrs. Moody Daniel, Green-
ville; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hutchison,
Waco; Mrs. Harry Harp, Mrs. D.
A. Morse and Mrs. T. H. Walker,
Dallas; M. E. Stone, E. H. Draper,
Now Open . . .
Edith’s Dress Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Moody enter-
tained the Moody-Robbins wed-
ding party and guests with a re-
hearsal dinner, Thursday evening,
May 11 at the Circle C Dining
Room in Arlington. The turkey din-
ner followed the rehearsal of the
wedding of Miss Janice Robbins
and Tim Moody, which was per-
formed on May 12 in Arlington.
The large center arrangement of
flowers on the U shaped table was
of white and yellow chrysanthe-
mums flanked by tall yellow tap-
ers in milk glass holders. Other
arrangements on the dining table
were flowers end foliage combined
with yellow itapere. White wedding
hells of graduated size with white
and yellow satin ribbon were fest-
ooned on the center table, carry-
ing out the color scheme, which the
bride-elect had chosen of yellow
After the invocation by Rev.
Kenneth Saunier, good wishes were
extended the young couple by the
host with a response by the groom.
The couple took this occasion to
present their attendants with per-
sonal gifts of appreciation. Tim
presented tie-tacks to the men,
while Janice presented her at-
tendants with formal gloves. The
groom’s gilt was a tie-bar set ac-
centered by a smoked pearl and en-
graved with the wedding date. The
bride’s gift was a sweetheart lava-
licre to be worn with her wedding
The .honorees places, marked by
a small bride and groom, also con-
tained a gift of silver from the
Tiny white and fitter wedding
bells decorated the yellow place
cards 'for 20 guests.
Mrs. Merlin Davis capably re-
viewed the book "Pioneer Go
Home” by Richard Powell, Wed-
nesday afternoon at the Merry
Heart Club meeting. Mrs. C. O.
Whitworth was program leader.
The meeting and sociaJ hour
was held at the ranch home of
Mrs. C. O. Whitworth with Mrs.
Nonman Whitworth and Mrs. Otto
Cloudt assisting with hostess duties.
A salad plate was served to
Mesdames Claud Gilmer, Hayden
Haby, Carson Gilmer, C. V. Whit-
worth, O. O. Cowsert, Burke
Shanklin, Merlin Davis, Thomas
Glasscock and Miss Janet Kay
It is with grateful heart Chat I
say “Thank You" to every one,
who remembered me during; my
illness with their prayers, many
lovely cards, gifts and flowers and
the kindness shown me since I
To the hospital staff .and Dr.
Pratt "Thank You”. 1
_. Ida Mao Babb.
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November 18, 192
(ice at Rocksprin
tba Act of Congrc
CL ASS I FI
Edwin H. White
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Bierschwale
of Leakey visited last week with
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bierschwale.
ROCKSPRINGS, TEXAS ,
tractive design, 1|
terms. Two lots,!
WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIR
New or renov;
call MU 3-3186 <
San Angelo, T e
Mr. Millsap will take your Watch and Jew-
elry repair to Junction for Quick Expert ser-
vice. All watches are Electronically timed and
adjusted before they are returned to you.
PICK-UP STATION — Model Cleaners
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Seale spent
the week-end in Austin with their
daughter, Mrs. Chuck Cleckler and
let us help you with
Glynn Varga Insurance
We have a small selection of summer dresses in
stock for children sizes 1 through 8 including
squaw dresses and summer cottons. No two
styles alike, priced $5.49 to $9.95.
Our fall clothes for children including sizes up
to 14 sub-teen will be in stock next month
Located at Mrs. Edith Slover’s Home
Use our HELPING HAND service
to moke your house young uguin!
ALTERATIONS, TAILORING AND
TWO SPECIAL 2-DAY CATTLE SALES
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
MAY 31 AND JUNE 1, 1961
JUNE 14 AND 15, 1961
THESE SALES ARE IN ADDITION to the Regular Monday thru Friday
Livestock Market, the Wednesday and Thursday Cattle Auctions,
and the Wednesday Hog Auction. ,
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