Ada and Wayne Williamson of Longmont Colorado and his marriage to Eva Presley.
Longmont Times Call 11/4/1947 pg.1
Heart Attack is Fatal For Ada Williamson:
Mrs. Ada Lee Williamson, 40 wife of Wayne Williamson of 227 Collyer street, died at her home at 6:30 o'clock this morning following a heart attack.
Mrs. Williamson had been employed for a time as cook at Essie's Drive-in, and recently was employed as cook at Jackee's cafe.
Shw was born at Pryor, Oklahoma, and had made her home in Longmont since 1918. She was the daughter of Archie L. Bane of Santa Ana, California, formerly of Longmont.
In addition to her husband, surviving relatives are a son, Jack, 8 years of age, and twin son and daughter, Larry and Lavada, 5, all of Longmont; two brothers, Otis Bane of Longmont and John Bane of Denver; and one sister, Mrs. Alice Litzenberger of Longmont. Funeral anouncement will be made later.
Howe Mortuary 439 COffman St. Longmont Times Call 11/6/1947 pg. 8
Williamson: Funeral services for Ada Lee Williamson from Howe mortuary Friday 2 p.m. Rev. Ralph N. Rowe officiating. Interment in Mountain View Cemetery.
Longmont Times Call 11/8/1947 front page
Williamson Rites Held Yesterday.
Funeral services for Mrs. Ada Lee Williamson, who passed away suddenly at her home Tuesday, were held Friday afternoon at the Howe mortuary; Rev. Ralph N. Rowe, pastor of the First Baptist church officiating.
Martin Vancil sang "Abide With Me" and "Beatidul Isle of Somewhere," accompanied by Mrs. Bernice Johnson.
Pall bearers, all members of the American Legion, were Ted Green, Edward Kimbrough, Wilbur Hayne, Elmer Anderson, Cal Maier and Turner Cain.
Alarge number of friends attended the service and the employees of Jackee's cafe, which remained closed for the service, attended as a group.
Committal services and interment were in Mountain View cemetery.
Longmont Times Call not sure what page.
Williamson-Presley Vows Are Exchanged.
Miss Eva Presley of 227 COllyer street was married to Wayne Williamson of this city in a ceremony at 7:30 p.m. at the Methodist church here.
Rev. Gabriel Upton performed the ceremony.
The bride wore a dress of orchid sheer crepe with white accessories and a corsage of white iris and sweat peas. Mr and Mrs. Delbert Aultman attended the couple. The matron of honor wore a navy sheer crepe with matching accessores and a corsage of yellow jonquils.
The bridegroom, who is the son of Mrs. Ellen Williamson of Randall, Kansas is engaged in carpentering in Longmont. The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Presley of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. will live in Longmont.