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Shower and Party
Are Compliments
For Engaged Pair

   A miscellaneous shower was given Thursday evening in honor of Miss Evelyn Gay and Whitley Huvelle,    whose marriage will take place Tues- day, by Mr. and Mrs. Homer E.      Crabbe at their home, 3706 Granada.
   The hostess presented the honorees with a miniature deed to a toy house   in which were concealed their gifts    and a tiny nuptial scene on the buffet furthered the bridal motif.
   Attending were:
Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Miss Genevieve
Billy Vaughan
Mr. and Mrs. Wray
Miss Alice Worth- 
Harold DeFord
Miss Mary Alice
Maurice Cook
Marcel Huvelle
Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
James Thornton
Mart Dowell
Gordon Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Austin
Rehearsal Dinner
Miss Gay

Honoring Miss Evelyn Gay, bride-elect of Whitley Huvelle, Miss Mary Alice Hassell entertained iwth the rehearsal dinner Monday evening at her home, 6130 Lindell Avenue.  Miss Gay is the daugh-ter of Mrs. W.L. Gay 3219 Bow- ser Ave., and Mr. Huvelle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Huvelle, Jr., 4228 Travis Street.
The dinner table was centered with a bowl of roses on a reflector and tapers burned in three-branched candelabra on each end.  The colors of the bide-elect (sic), pink and blue, were favored in other decorations.
Covers were laid for the honorees, Marcelle (sic) Huvelle, brother of the bridegroom, who will be his best man; Miss Louise Brown and John L. Manning, Miss Sara Helen Word of Arkadelphia, Ark., and Crofton Herring, Ralph Hassell and the hostess.  Miss Hassell will attend the bride-elect as maid of honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Howard, 3120 Princeton, entertained with a lawn party and miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening honoring Miss Evelyn Gay and Veral W. Huvelle, whose marriage will take place on Sept. 8.
Centennial decorations were used on the centerpieces and a little covered wagon representing a prairie schooner heavily laden with gifts was drawn in by little Jimmie Jones costumed as a pioneer cowboy, who presented the gifts to the honorees.
The lawn was illuminated by vari-colored lights playing on the fountain.
Miss Genie Marie Runyon and Mrs. J. A. Jones assisted the hostess in entertaining the guests.
Miss Mary Alice Hassell presided at the punch bown and punch and cakes were served to forty guests.
First Baptist Reminder
Published weekly by First Baptist Church, Ervay, Patterson, St. Paul and San Jacinto Streets, Dallas, Texas.
Vol. 8DALLAS, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1936No. 18
Whitley Huvelle and Miss Evelyn Gay were united in marriage, Tuesday Eveing, September 8.  The bridegroom is a member of our church family.  We extend our most hearty felicitations to this happy young couple.