Rev Fred P Pulliam first column, second to last paragraph

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Rev Fred P Pulliam first column, second to last paragraph - of the of . Refreshments two Mrs. The Mrs....
of the of . Refreshments two Mrs. The Mrs. Frederick A. Morgan, Mrs. Grace Ellis and Mrs. Robert Carroll. Corporate communion will be observed at noon. The following o f f i c e r s will serve for the coming year: Mrs. C. G. Henderson, president; Mrs. V. F. Hobart, first vice president; Mrs. T. F. Lennan, second vice president; Mrs. F. H. Thompson, secretary, and Mrs. Robert Carroll, treasurer. BAXTER SPRINGS SOCIETY. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shewmake of Baxter Springs announce tho engagement .and a p p r o a c h i n g marriage of their daughter, Claudine, to Mr. C. W i l l i a m Nichols, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude H. Nichols of Baxter Springs. Miss Shewmake was graduated f r o m the Baxter Springs high school and at- garet Ball sang "Because" (d'Har- delot) and "Always" (Berlin). Hubert Bird was the accompanist, and she played the organ during the ceremony. The bride, given marriage by her brother, Harry N. Milholland, wore a ballerina length dress of white chiffon velvet, with gold bead trimming. She also wore gold slippers and necklace, and carried an orchid on a white Bible. Mrs. Joe DeVilliers, the matron of honor, wore a figured print dress with winter white accessories and a corsage pink roses. Joe DeVilliers was best man. Candles were lighted Celia Breeding and Nola Robinson. They wore dresses of .pastel shades and halos of lavender daisies. The bride's mother wore tended Kansas State Teachers' col-jdeep wine velvet dress, and a lege in Pittsburgh Sh.= is a member of Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority and Sigma Alpha Iota fraternity. She now is employed in secretarial work at the Spencer Chemical plant. Mr. Nichols was graduated from Baxter Springs high school, attended Phillips university in Enid, Okla., and is a senior at Culver-Stockton college in Canton, Mo. He is pastor of the First sage of white roses. The bridegroom's mother was dressed in wine crepe, and also wore a corsage of white roses. A reception was held a the Woman's Club after the ceremony. Colleen Abbott war in charge of the guest book, and Mrs. James Case and Mrs. Ned Wimmer assisted in serving. The table centerpiece was a three-tiered wedding Christian church of La Belle, Mo.!cake of pink and white. Mrs. The wedding is planned for June. * * was graduated from the Baxter j Springs high 'school in 1944 and Miss ,Jean M i l h o l l a n d , d a u g h t e r now i s employed at Lerner Broth- of Mrs. E. E. Milholland, and Rob- era Mr. Case attended the ert H. Case, son of Mr. and Mrs.jSprings high school and served P. J. Case, were m a r r i e d at 8 t h r e e years in the o'clock Christmas eve at the First war. He is in the grocery Baptist church. The Rev. Fred with his father. The couple will Pulliam read the. marriage vows'live in Baxter Springs, in the presence of a large g r o u p o f j # * relatives and friends. Mr - and Mrs - L °y d Bilke of . The c h u r c h was b e a u t i f u l l y dpco-! BaJ{tel ' Springs route 2 entertained rated with palms a.nd lavender chrysanthemums, and large baskets of white daisies were on two I sides of the altar. Before the ceremony. Miss Mar- a d i n n e r Christmas their home. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Irwin and sons of Potosi, Mo., Mrs. Virgie Burrows of Columbus, Mr. and

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  1. Joplin Globe,
  2. 02 Jan 1949, Sun,
  3. Page 13

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