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Tweedt, B & TW Imlay Nov 1954

 
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 03, 2014 11:27 pm    Post subject: Tweedt, B & TW Imlay Nov 1954 Reply with quote

Monterey Peninsula Herald, CA Nov. 3, 1954
Bernice Tweedt to Wed Co. T.W. “Tut” Imlay
On Thanksgiving Eve – Nov. 24 – Bernice Tweedt of Pacific Grove and Col. Talma W. Tut” Imlay of Salinas, famed football player of the mid-1920’s will be married at an informal ceremony in Reno. They will return after a brief wedding trip to occupy a home they have purchased near the Monterey Peninsula Country Club. The future Mrs. Imlay, who now lives at 523 Asilomar Boulevard, is the able teacher in charge of the Ashton School for Cerebral Palsied in Salinas, a post she has filled for 13 years and will continue in following her marriage. She studied at the University of Nevada and took her graduate work at the University of California. Mrs. Tweedt is the mother of Peter Tweedt, Monterey Union High School graduate who is now in his third year at San Jose State College. Active as a actor and director at Monterey’s First Theater for six years, Mrs. Tweedt is also second national vice-president of the Monterey Bay Panhellenic; president of the Monterey County International Council for Exception Children, and a member of the Monterey Peninsula branch, American Association of University Women. A folk dance enthusiast, Mrs. Tweedt dances with both the Lariat Swingers and the Jeans and Queens. Member of one of the early Piedmont families, she is the daughter of Mrs. William Wallace Blair of Piedmont. In honor of the future Mrs. Imlay, Miss Frances Evans of Salinas was hostess at a surprise wedding shower last Friday. Co. Imlay (USAF, Ret.) played in the first East-West football game on Dec. 26, 1925, having previously started as a varsity player for the University of California. “Tut” Imlay is remembered by football fans as having thrown the pass the never had passed before in a game) that Brick Muller, California’s All-Time All-American and, caught to score the first touchdown in the inaugural Shrine East-West game. He will be among the pioneer players honored at a reunion proceeding the 1954 East-West game. Just home from a trip to the Hawaiian Islands, Col. Imlay works in the Monterey County Assessors office in Salinas. He formerly was in the produce business in that city.

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