Patsy Null Martellus Harrison 11 June 1951

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Patsy Null Martellus Harrison
11 June 1951 - Mexico Couple Marries Sunday Candlelight...
Mexico Couple Marries Sunday Candlelight Wedding Ceremony for Miss Patricia Null, Martellus Harrison Early summer flowers of pastel shades in a tall white basket, flanked by painis, decorated the .-andlelighted altar in the sanctuary sanctuary uf the First Christian lap of Chickasha, OkJa, a great aunt of the bride; Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Braum and daughter, Angelia and Bernedette, of Moberly; Moberly; and Mrs. Ira Davis of Cen- huix-h late Sunday afternoon tralia; Mrs. Charles Rodgers of 1 vhen Miss Patricia Eads Null oecame the bride of Martellus E. Harrison. The Rev. Philip Byron Byron Carlisle, pastor, read th" double double ring ceremony at 4:30 o'clock in the presence oi a large group jf friends and relatives. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Null, the brides parents, were host and hostess at a reception at their home at 1003 East Jackson Mr. Harrison is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Harrison Harrison of 113 South Washington a white summer suit street. Wearin MR. AND MRS. MARTELLUS E. HARRISON - (Bill Brown Photo) Mexico (Mo.) Evening Ledger Society Page 4-Mon. f June 11, 1951 Calendar TUESDAY Association Training Union conference conference of the Baptist churches, churches, 8:00 p. m., at Centennial Baptist church. UDC luncheon, 12:30 p. m., with Mrs. Russell Spurling. Miss Flemma Snidow, Mrs. L. Y. Moore and Mrs. Gertrude Cauthorn Cauthorn assisting hostesses. Wesleyan .Guild of Methodist church, 7:30 p. m. with Mrs. Hugh Towson. Friendship Circle of VVSCS of Mexico Methodist Church, 7:30 p. m., with Mrs. C. L. Black. Wesleyan Service Guild of WSCS of Mexico Methodist Church, 7:30 p. m., with Mrs. Hugh Towson. Mexico Country Club golf luncheon, luncheon, 12:30 p. m. other committees of the county for the dedication program of the new Audrain court house. Will Adam was in charge of the farm program of the evening and he read a few entries for the Five Acre Corn contest, and showed a film on beef cattle which was entitled. "All Flesh Grass." This was followed by open discussion of the recent roll back of prices of beef cattle. As Bob Young- was at his work with the Harbison Walker Re- fractories Thursday, he was hit the top of the head by a falling brick which cut a large gash, necessitating a number of stitches being taken. He is reported reported as getting along satisfactorily. Mrs. Earl J. Barr Honored at Shower FARBER -Mrs. Earl J. Barr. a recent bride, was honored with a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Johnnie Vannoy Thursday evening by Mrs. Barr's school mates. Miss Donna Teague, Miss Anita Williams, Miss Loretta Moore. Miss Carol Haverick. Miss Laura Francis. Miss Reva Stringer, Miss Gale and Miss Carol Leadley. Miss Eleanor and Miss Shirley Babb. Miss Shirley Fillback and Miss Bettye Goodin. Guests invited were Mrs. Evett Evett Greenfield of Hannibal; Mrs. James Dungan and Mrs. Cecil Dungan of Laddonia; Mrs. Carl Stuart. Mrs. Vince Kampeter, Miss Fern Terry, Mrs. Ernest Moore. Mrs. Howard Howard Brandon Mrs. Harry Goodin. Goodin. Mrs. William Teague, Mrs Howard Kurtz. Mrs. Mack Teague, Mrs. Loren Janes, Mrs Robert Leadley. Mrs. Clarence Brown, Mrs Everett Pabst. Mrs. Brobert Pabst. Mrs. Howard Linn, Miss Mary Teague, Miss Lillian Crow and Mrs. Kaye Vannoy all of Farber. and Mrs. Joe Houchins of Louisiana; Mrs. Charles Walters, Mrs Ralph Hull, Mrs. Mary Terry. Mrs. Walter Terry. Miss Mary Frances Terry, Mrs. L. J. Crow, Miss Goldie Landers, Miss Emma Emma Joe Hogue. Miss Joan Talkington Talkington and Miss Joyce Carter, The evening was spent playing playing games, with Mrs. Howard Kurtz, M rs. Harry Goodin. Mrs. Howard Brandon, Miss Carol Haverick and M rs. Barr as winners. winners. Mrs. Vannoy opened her gifts, which were arranged beneath a pink and green decorated parasol, and a red rnse corsage, Mrs. H. L. Neii'ert played a program of wedding music prior to the ceremony. ceremony. She also accompanied Mrs. John Sudbrock when she sang "I Love You Truly" and "Because." "Because." Mrs. Sucibrock wore a beige linen dress with luggage trim, and her shoulder corsage was of pink carnations. Altar tapers were lighted by Mrs. J. W. Nevins and Miss Hilma Hilma Laurene Hinton, who wore identical dresses of waffle pique differing only in color, and smah white hats. Mrs. Nevins' dress was of aqua and a detachable corsage of yellow yellow carnations was fastened to her lighting taper. Miss Hinton was dressed in buttercup buttercup yellow and her corsage was of aqua colored carnations. The former Miss Null approached approached the altar on the arm of her father, who gave her in marriage. Her older sister, Mrs. Francis R. Jesse, was her only attendant. The bride's wedding dress was of white embossed organdy patterned patterned with petal pink bows that matched with veiling on her bonnet bonnet shaped white hat. The sleeveless sleeveless bodice, closed down the front with tiny buttons of the same material from the neckline to the skirt, was made with a wide bertha that came to a point in the front. She carried a white Bible covered with a white orchid. orchid. Lynn Jesse, three year old daughter daughter of Lieutenant and Mrs> Jesse, who was a flower girl, wore a petal pink pique dress designed with a white lace front bodice. Her corsage was of pink carnations. Mrs. Jesse's costume was of navy blue print featuring a short white linen jacket. She wore a close fitting whie lace hat, and her corsage was of red carnations. carnations. Kenneth Harrison served as best man for his younger brother. Fulton; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barnes. Barnes. Mrs. Podzimeck, who spent the weekend in the Null home, has returned to her home. and Mr. Sudbrock and Crawford were ushers. Frank The bridal couple, their parents parents and Mrs. Jesse greeted the guests in the church foyer following following the ceremony. A miniature bride and groom, beneath a small white arch, toppled toppled the four tiered wedding cake at the reception. Delicate pink roses and smilax surrounded the base of the cake with tall white tapers in silver holders at either end of the table. The wedding cake was cut by Miss Georgia Arnold with Mrs. Nevins and Miss Hinton serving the guests. Miss Sue Brocksieck presided at the punch bowl. Mrs. Null wore a yellow linen dress for her daughter's wedding wedding with a natural straw hat completing her costume. Her shoulder corsage was of talisman roses. Mexicoans Attend Reunion at Gohring Home in Fulton The family reunion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gohring of Fulton Sunday at which time the group honored Mr. Gohring, who will celebrate his 60th birthday Tuesday. At noon a covered dish luncheon luncheon was served on the lawn at the Gohring home. Plans were made to hold next year's reunion to be held on the birthday o[ Mrs. Gohring, Au- gusf 28. All of the Gohrings' seven children children and their families were present for the occasion. Those present were: Seaman First Class Clifford Gohring, who is home from Korea; Tech. First Class and Mrs. Morris Gohring, Cpl. and Mrs. William Terreil and Cpl. Donald Gohring. who are all home from Indiana; William Gohring. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Taylor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harrison and daughters, Levi Quails, Hiram Young of Fulton; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gcoch and children, Billy and Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Baugh and daughter, Peggy Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Debo and son, Richard, of Wellsville; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ross and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Dee White and daughter, Mrs. Helen Bise and son, Mrs. Joe Staples and son, Mrs..Fred Jenkins and Mrs. C. H. Ross of .Mexico; Mrs. Frank Spellman and daughter, Marybelle, of Martinsburg; and Mrs. Will Perry of Richmond. This was the first tune Mr. Quails, Mrs. Henry Gohring, Mrs. C. H. Ross. Mrs. Spellman and Mrs. Perry, brother and sister, sister, had all visited together for about 10 years. Happy Union Club Plans for a Picnic Happy Union 4-H club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. George Wright. The meeting was called to order by Doris Elizabeth Hamilton, and the members reported on their projects. projects. Plans were made for a picnic for June 22, and the remainder of the evening was spent in playing playing games. Mrs. Wright and Mrs. Paul Love served refreshments later. Other members present were Judy Cain, Ronald Cain, Joan, -ove, Carol Love, R oger Wright, Ronnie Wright and Sandra Lee White. Guests were Connie Love, Lawrence Love, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith and children, Fern and Vernon, and Mrs. E. J. White. The next meeting will be July 10 at the Love home. HERE FOR WEEKEND Mr. and Mrs. Warner Byars and family of Orangeburg, N. Y., arrived Sunday for a visit with Urs. Byars' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hume Long. Mr. Byars is enroute to Detroit, Mich., where

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