Duley and Richardson Apr 23, 1944 The Joplin Globe

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Duley and Richardson
Apr 23, 1944
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Wells i l ' e rret at a 1 ' M i s Geotge V | The luncheon snap, Member o i v and displaypd i r l o o m s Mi.« displaved of p i o e i a m banquet of was in t h e Olivia t h e sorority Chap- i l Koelker M i s i o Shoe in S w i n g " t o h school R e i d i n p : f i om l e f t to l i g h t t h e y a r A n n C l H ' - t n i i t t M i s s I'.aib'u t I h u r m a n Mi.ss f e a t u r e d i n -\ P l e l i h e s s u i t e a n a w i l w i l l a p p e i t m o i i t s ' i n d m g solo w o i k a g w i l l H I I I V L P a t e n n d Mi.s J o h n L S t a u f f e r F o l l o w i n g d . n n e r n t h e p u t \ w a s f o i m e d T h i r t y and guests w e r e en e d e i s ar- The double-ring ceremony took place at the Mount Vernon Place Methodist c h u r c h in W a s h i n g t o n , with t h e Rev Purcell S t c i e \ o f f i - c i a t i n g , f o l l o w i n g a p r o g i a m of n u p t i a l music on the o r g a n by E Woodley K a l p h o f f Miss F l o r e n c e B y h a r r T s a n g "I Lov P You Truly." f o l l o w e d by "Because" A ' ecep- t i o n for 100 sj'iests v v a " h f l d l a t e ' it t h e home o f t h e b t i d e s p i r p n t s Escorted to thp a l t a i and given in m a r r i a g e b v hei f a t h e r , t h e b ' l d e wore a g o w n of n o r v s i t m w i t h f i t t e d bodice, and a d o u b l e - f l o u n c e d f i n g e r - t i p t u l l r veil. S h e c a t i i e d f l s h o w e r bouquet of w h i t e roses and sweet pens She was a t t e n d e d bv her sister, Mrs. Forrest E. P a \ n e . as m a t r o n of honor, who wore an ' aqua m a r q u i s e t t e gown, shoulder- length veil and carried an arm bouquet bouquet of red roses The bridesmaids ' were Miss Vickie Bramrnell. a n o t h - er sister, and Mrs. Earl R i c h a r d son, son, who wore gowns of yellow maiquisette, and Misses Doris B e r - r y and Peggy Wells, w-ho w o r e peach marquisette gowns 1 ru-y wore m a t c h i n g j u l i P t caps w i t h shoulder-length \ r i l s a n d c a r r i e d army b o u q u e t s of t a l i s m a n tot.es James A. B i a m m e l l b r o t h e l of t h e bride, was the best man and the ushers w e t e L i e u t e n a n t W H u v e y Wise, j r , I" S N. R , Forrest E Payne, C l a r e n c e E C o r n e l l and Snnford Paris Thompson The bride's m o t h e r wore a moss g i e e n sheer dress and had a corsage of yellow loses The a u n t of the bride, Miss M a r t h a G R i c h a r d s o n , w o r e a pearl gray crepe diess w i t h a corsage of coral sweet peas The bridegroom's m o t h e r was n t t n e d in a powder blue d r e s s , w h i c h bad a ve'vet bodice and a c h i f f o n s.knt. Her corsage was of t a l i s m a n loses. The b t i d e is a g r a d u a t e of Woodrow Woodrow Wilson high school 'ind a t t e n d ed ed Wilson Tenchei.s' college in Washington The b i i d e g i o o m is a gracluate of the class ot 1PS6 (if the Webb City h i g h school r nd of a Joplin business college. B e f o r e en- t e r i n g m i l i t a r y h e i v i c e h o w o i k e d in t b p coast g u n i d h e i i i q u a r t e i s in W a s h i n g t o n H e r e t e i v t d h's w i n n s a n d c o m m i s s i o n a t t h e n i v a l a i r station at P e n s n c o l i !· l , i i r i d w i l l be s t a t i o n e d , i t the n i v i l n - st it it i o n a t San Diego C i l i l i : n s i _ m a n d M i s M c C i r u v h i v e b c e n v i s . t mg mg in the h o m e ot h i s p c c n t s d 11- ing t h e last w e f k T h e T w e n t i e t h C t n t u i v C l u b m e t Tuesday at i 1 o ( l e e k him n e o n i n t h e h o m e o f M i s H o m e r M i l l i t 2702 W a l l s t i n t , w i t h M i s ( ; e o i ^ c A l b e i t , M i s I A K e n n i - i ' c i i n d M i s E L B . u l u e t s s i s t i r . , M . S Jef f PI son I In hi pi »^s id c ' t pi * s. i, l at a h i i M n t - - s s , , 5 i o r md m n o u i e d pi i n s t o i t h e i . i n f ' ' I I ' l l ! e i a t i o n of \\ o ' M c n s C l u b s c o v n - t i o n t o h e h- Id t h i s \ \ t r k r S t Louis PI i n s v\ * t » in d ' n i s v i i - gical d i e s s i n i f s r n c i t u i ^ ' M (i i n t h e p u b l i c I n n 11 v Flu n ' i m b f i s w i l l h e in r h u _ ; e o f t h e b o n d h o u s e on Mav 3 T b l l e v U K ) r d K S h i e l d s p i i s t - n t e d t h e p i o ^ r m i ,md s p o k e o n ' T h e L i t n a i v \ \ o i k - , o f T h o m a s W o l f e " Miss M , u v K v r l v n C o v e i t p l a c e d a pi m o solo M i s R e n ( l i b s o n o f D i l l is ,md t h e Ile\ M r n n d M r s S h i e l d s v r e g u e s t s T h e i e was an a t t e n d , rcf of '.'.1 m e m b e r s T h e f i n a ' m e e t i n g o f t h e c l u b y e a r w i l l he M i v 16 i n the foi m of a 1 o'clock l u n c h e o n at t h e W o m a n s Club , u n d of e Elmer c became the bride Wednesday Rfif- p r t y McCreary t" S N R , xnn of a n West U a u g h e r t y street, Webb City The Psychology Cluh w i l l hoH a dinner m e e t i n g at 6 30 o cloc k Thursday night at the Keystone hotel hotel M r s George R e i f s t e c k , l u b leader, who has r e t u i ned f i o m a several m o n t h s visit in C a l i f o r - i i a w i l l be the gue.st of honor The pro gram w i l l be in charge of Mrs V e r a Walters, w i t h Mr* Mildred K l i n g - m«n. Mrs Nora Cullifer and Gladys Morlan assisting hostemipK * ** '* Mrs Yola Hatlpy 10,V K e n t u c k y avenue served * d i n n e r Wertn*" day n i g h t in honor of her hro- I*T Elmer Richardson of H u n t i n g d o n Park, Calif , and a nephew, man First Clasa Frank Wemmer, here on furlough from Brooklyn. Those present wer« Mr. a n d Mr* Loren Marshall and Km*, Dickie and Billy, and nephew, G e n e Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Shelton. Mrs. Delia Richardson, Mr a n d Mrs Richard Richardsoa and son, Jimmis, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roy Duley and daughter, M a r « h a Mr. and Mrs. Robert R i c h q i d s o n and children, R a e Yola Mae and Hannum, Mra. Jew el Capps. B. J. Payne and th» honor guests ^ O $ O Th» Mothers auxiliary of th» Order of Rainbow for Girls will rnppt at 7 3n o clock Tuesday night at the Scottish Rite temple. A covered-dish dinner planned for that day has been postponed. u # * * Mr. -md Mis. James Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gatta enter- t a i n e d at the Frank Gatts home, 523 Porter avenue, Friday night w i t h a card party. The following Kiiests w e r e present: Mr. "id Sam Hutchmson, Mr. and Mrs. W i l l i a m Lenger, Mr. and Riggs, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jeffries, Mr and Mis. Claik Webster and Mr. and Mrs E. L, Jeffries. # i" v n Members of the Duquesne Homo B u i l d e r s Cluh w e r e entertained an all-day meeting Wednesday la the home of Mrs M. W. Oliver n e a r Carthage. Bouquets of lilac! f o i m e d the decorations. Mrs. Di\i.s was a gue?t. Readings wer» given by Mrs. Jack King and Mrs. W. Gold. Plans were made for s P - r t y to be held in two weeks the h o m e of Mrs. Oliver. Mis« K a t h e i m e Houser piesided business session. The next regular m e e t i n g will be in the home Mrs. Emma Heath. Mr and M i s ' b . D. Bittick, M o f f e t u e n u e , entertained 111 obset \ a n c e of the eighty-fourta h u t h d n v of her mother, Mrs. Cari:e R e v n o l d s Those present M M R e v n o l d s ' d a u g M u t i n a n d Mi M a r t Cot po: il T^oh Bittick of Camp (,' 1'i.pbell K\ M r and Mrs. Earl F.eisnri a n d sons, R i c h a " m l J e t t v , Mi a n d K u h n d s o n R i l l M i l l Bitt u k T e d B i ' t i c k a olds. C o t p o i i l C n , , i l e s is 'ion c on f u - l o u ^ ' h f dn n i P i v .111 hasp Pe Ridder, u is ' o i o i e d ' M t h 'i r i · ,r ti t honie of M i s i.' W. n m 1 ' i J i (. o r n o i n v k i t t s n-i ided M i s M 1 I . u . i ^ ' I ' K Mr -in ( ' M i s C. W. ( , o o , l - ; i n M i m d M i id M m u - ( n , i r d M s 1 s o. Jop ;i M md M i s Josephs M 1 ' u n i v ol l u i s i Mi I H I I - V S * n , v . M ' s - tv nd M - s M , r tt J o n e sl o, « FKlfsON \LS. (' t poi i 1 K m . i ' ) ( i r o Thomi s l e t t l i s t v\ cek f o r . o ( \ f o ' d I I I . i f t i ' i 't v ' l t h i e i m o t h e r I ' h o m i s and gi m d m o t A in , I ' c i k i ' i s , 27(1^ y Sue \ \ i s u i o n i p . m guest C o r p o r i l M a r g u Norm . i n of ( I. i i i e s t o poi i l Thomas is n s H i s t . i n i n the h o s p i t a l at Camp e n l i s t e d m t h f t WAC in M r a n d M r s O h v » r a n d son, \ \ e i t h h a v e K r n p o i K i . K i r v h f Sovere i g n a p p e u r d I H »r)\'t\t1 f o r m n n r e of · Th* M»*»lnh f i i v a t e n n d Mm Roy Gllpift C i m p H o H ' p Trx art vltttlnf the homes of t h r i r p*r*nt*. M r s D G l l p i n and Mr and C' K Kdmrnli M r * R .1 Ortf»hr *n4 on

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