Mrs. Galbraith Tannahill, formerly of San Marino, will be married to Cary Albert Baldwin, formerly of Detroit, in Wayfarers’ Chapel this morning with Rev. Robert L. Young officiating. A luncheon reception will follow at La Venta Inn.
Mrs. Arnold Holden of Pasadena and Lloyd Wright will attend the couple, who will live in Los Angeles after a wedding trip to Vancouver Island.
Mrs. Tannahill is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George H. Galbraith of Long Beach. Mr. Baldwin is a member of the Beach Club.
Source: Los Angeles Times, July 19, 1963.
To introduce newcomer to Beaumont Mrs. Jay Edgar Garth to a group of young matrons her aunt. Mrs. C. Tyrrell Garth, Sr., and Miss Charlsie Berly will entertain at tea Tuesday, May 9, in the Garth home, 1347 Calder.
Invitations have been issued for two calling times. First hours are from 3 to 4:30 ,and the second group is invited to call between 4:30 and 6.
Mrs. Jay Edgar Garth’s mother, Mrs. J.S. Dugan; her mother-in-law, Mrs. James William Garth; her sister-in-law, Mrs. Harold Daniels; her aunt, Mrs. Thomas Garth, Sr., and her cousins, Mrs. Thomas Garth Jr. and Mrs. Richard Whittington will all come from Houston to receive with the honoree and hostesses. Also from Houston will come former Beaumonters Mrs. Harry Jones and Mrs. Troy Whitehurst.
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Mr. and Mrs. William Casper Tyrrell, Jr. of 170 Ridgeland Dr. announce the engagement of their daughter, Frances Alice, to Cary Kent Gathright, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grayson Dorsey Gathright of Amarillo.
The couple choose to be married in a simple ceremony at 5 the afternoon of Saturday, Dec. 27, and will have as guests their relatives and several of their intimate friends. The wedding will be in St. Mark’s Episcopal Church with the Rev. Charles Wyatt-Brown officiating.
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Mrs. Ronald John Millican, who was Rosemarie Ann Gimbol, is the daughter of Mr. Sam Gimbol and Mrs. Gimbol. The bridegroom is the son of William B. Millican and the late Mrs. Millican. The wedding took place June 23 in St. Agatha church, Rev. John J. Walsh officiating.
The bride wore a full-length chantilly lace gown trimmed with tulle over satin and fingertip veil held by a crown of seed pearls and rhinestones.
Mrs. Frank C. Gimbol was matron of honor. Other attendants were Mrs. Ronald Amato, Miss Josephine Frameilli, Miss Noreen Gatto and Miss Karen Smullen.
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Wallace D. McLean of Birchall Drive has announced the engagement of his daughter, Miss Catherine E. McLean, to Herbert Brook, son of Arthur H. Brook of Montclair, N.J., and the late Mrs. Brook.
Miss McLean is a graduate of Smith College; and Bennett Junior College, Millbrook where until recently she has been on the faculty. Her father is chairman of the executive committee of the Industrial Bank of Commerce of New York, and her mother was the late Ada McConnell McLean of Scarsdale.
Mr. Brook, who is a graduate of Yale University, is associated with the Yale University Press in New York.
Source: Scarsdale Inquirer, September 28, 1951.
ADDISON — A pretty wedding was solemnized Wednesday evening, November 28, at 7 o’clock, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilson, when their eldest daughter. Miss Marcia Wilson became the bride of Seaman John B. Bostwick, son of Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Bostwick of Andover, former residents of Corning. The Rev. Clarence F. Bower, pastor of Addison Baptist Church, performed the double ring ceremony. Attendants were Miss Lois M. Wilson of Addison, sister of the bride and William Stanton of Corning.
The bride chose a powder blue wool afternoon dress with which she wore black accessories and a corsage of white rosebuds.
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Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kalinich of 65 West Fifth Street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Anna Kalinich to Ensign Harold Frank Dates, U.S.N.R., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Dates of 278 Sly avenue.
Miss Kalinich, a graduate of Corning Free Academy, is now employed in the Payroll Department of Corning Glass Works.
Ensign Dates attended Ohio State University after his graduation from Northside High School in 1940 and enlisted in the Naval Air Corps in May 1943. He received his wings and commission January 17, 1945, and is now stationed at Sanford, Fla., for further training.
Source: Corning Leader, March 27, 1945.
The home of Mrs. Floyd Brown was the scene of a delightful gathering Sunday afternoon, August 30th when Mrs. Brown entertained a few of her daughter’s intimate friends at a Tea.
At the time Mrs. Brown announced the engagement of her daughter, Virginia F. Brown, to Frederick C. Drake, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Drake, of 463 W. Gray St., Elmira, N.Y.
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ZENA—Mrs. and Mrs. Roy E. Barker and Samuel H. Barker of Zena and Miss Barbara McLoughlin of Salem went to Vancouver Thursday for Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mrs. Barker’s brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gould and to attend the wedding of Mrs. Barker’s niece, Miss Bethel Gould, to James Darby. Sam Barker played the wedding march. Unknown to each other Merril Gould, brother of Bethel, was married the same day at the navy station at Honolulu harbor.
Source: Salem Statesman Journal, November 26, 1938.
Harle Garth of La Jolla, who announced her engagement last week to Thomas Damman, gave her Pi Phi sorority sisters at Stanford a double surprise when she told the news. In the first place, they all had been led to believe, very cleverly, that Harle had returned to school for winter quarter, and had registered just as had every other student. Harle, whose European trip last summer prevented her from getting back in time for fall quarter, returned to the campus last week only to make her completely surprising announcement. For two days—all of registration and day and during the first day of classes, she pretended that she was living in the house, and enrolled in school. On Tuesday evening, which was her first opportunity to make the announcement to the whole sorority, the betrothal was told via the traditional five-pound box of candy at the head of the table.
Source: San Diego Union, January 16, 1938.