Robert Glenn Prater marriage

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Robert Glenn Prater marriage - Sim 4—Corsicana, Texas Thursday, June 20, 1963...
Sim 4—Corsicana, Texas Thursday, June 20, 1963 r society • • Ciufcs - - Fashions MBS. GLENN SCHOLLE, WOMAN'S PAGE EDITOB TELEPHONE TH 4-4809 ' SIRS. DAN SlcLEOD, ASSISTANT TELEPHONE TB 4-8B19 DELORES ANN SUTHERLIN, ROBERT GLENN PRATER ARE MARRIED RECENTLY In a summer \ mony. performed .•rddlng cers- in the sanctuary of the Mcmnrlal Baptist 'Church. Saturday, June 8, at 8 p. m. nuptial vows were exchanged between Miss Delores "Ann Sutherlin and Robert Glenn Prater. ' The bride is the daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. G. H Sutherlin, 1101 North Beaton street. Mr. •and Mrs. O. F. Prater, 1015 'jBouth Twenty-eighth street, are .parents of the bridegroom. The officiating clergyman for the double ring ceremony was the Rev. W. E. Gllbreath, Houston. ' Vows were said beneath an 'arch of greenery and white chrysanthemums, accented with candelabra holding white wed. ding tapers. Pots of emerak green added color to the front •of the sanctuary, highlightec Vith baskets of white mums and gladioli. White satin bows marked the family pews and the pro dieux was used by the young couple. Miss Sharon Prince was organist, playing traditional wed ding music and serving as ac. companist to Miss Leslyn Cur tis, who sang, "Always," and ''Because." List Attendants WIndle Prater, Fort Worth, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man, with Mrs. Wyvonne Thomas, sister of the bride, as matron of honor. Miss Darlenc Joines, Beaumont, Mrs. Bobble Sutherlin, sis,- ter-ln-law of the bride, and Miss Joyce Prater, sister of the bridegroom, were bridesmaids. Rhonda Sutherlin and Sherrie Thornas, nieces of the flower girls. bride, were Dale Thomas, brother-in-law of the bride, Gilbert Sutherlin, brother of the bride, and David Blanchard, were groomsmen. The Rev. B. J. Ferguson, pastor of the bridegroom, and the Rev. Jesse Keele, pastor of the bride, served as ushers. Windy Priter. nephew of t!u bridcgroo'.n, and Ricky Thomas, nephew of the bride, were ring bearers. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, chose n gown of bridal satin and Alei.- con lace, rc-embroidercd with pearls. The long sleeves ended in petal points nt the wrists, and the fitted bodice featured ;i scalloped neckline. The bouffant skirt was fashioned with panels of scalloped UICP, and extended into a chapel length train. Satin covered buttons added back interest to the waist. Her fingertip length veil if bridnl illusion fell from a tiara of pciirl.". She wore a single itnind of pearls as her only Jewelry, a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a cascade bouquet of blue feathered carnations surrounding n. white orchid, with ribbon streamers and the traditional love knots. The bridal attendants were gowned in identical frocks of •' blue; taffeta overlaid with blue organza. The street length were softly gathered, and the bodices featured necklines ane cap sleeves finished in scallop; The belts had tailored bows at the waistlines. Their headpieces were tiaras t>f taffeta and rosebuds, with tiny tulle veils. They wore white slippers and carried bouquets of white carnations tied with blue ribbon and net. The tiny flower girls were in white satin floor length dresses with full skirts, scalloped neck. lines and the baby blue organza sashes formed bows at waistlines and fell softly to th hems of the skirts. They carried baskets filled with blue carnations. The bride's mother chose blue sheath dress, with cap sleeves and scalloped nccklim I in re-embroidered linen. Hoi lower cloche was In blue and she wore white shoes and car- led a white bag. The bridegroom's mother was gowned In blue with white accessories. Both of the mother wore corsages of white feathci cJ carnations. Reception Follows At the reception in fellowship hall at the church ImmediateK following the wedding, the pai ents of the principals assisted the young couple in receiving. The bride's table was laid in blue net over blue taffeta, with blue ribbons and wedding bells at the Corners. The silver epergne held a white floral arrangement, flanked with silver candleholders and white wedding tapers. Ribbons carried the names of the couple, "Delores and Glenn." Guests were presented with rice bags from a blue rice tree. Miss Curtis served the traditional three-tiered wedding cak". topped with a bridal couple and accented with blue roses. Miss Joines presided at the silver punch bowl and Miss Shirlyn Thomas was in charge of the bride's book, registering guest.- from Dallas, Houston, Beau mont, Fort Worth, Blooming Grove and Corsicana. The young couple are now at home at 320 North Thirty-sixth street, following a wedding trl ; j to points in Texas. For traveling the bride chose a yellow polished cotton frock with a nylon overskirt and cummerbund. Shr wore floral tapestry shoes ane] bag and the orchid from the cen ter of her wedding bouquet.. The bride is a 1963 graduate of Corsicana High School. Th bridegroom graduated from Cor sicana High School and Navar ro Junior College and is em MRS. ROBERT GLENN 3ross Overweights Plead For Continuation Starvation Diets By FRANK CAREY ATLANTIC CITY — (.T) — ( rossly overweight people—tip- ing the scales up to some 400 otmcls -feel so happy under a elatively new, 14-day "starva- on" diet that they actually lead to be kept on It indefini- ely, a Philadelphia doctor re- orts. Dr. Garfield Duncan, desorib-j ng weight losses of about 30- ounds on the average for somej 00 patients under such a sy=- om- -conducted in a hospital citing— told newsmen at the Vmerican Medical Association's nnnal mooting that after Ih-j irst day the patients lose thoir mnger and develop a glowful erling of euphoria, or well-bc- reductions in bills that no one 1 ever hears about. But he said that even at a ?DOO cost for their weight reduction—plus instructions on how to reduce further—patienta Want To Continue. "Aftor two weeks," he said. ployed by the Southwestern Hy drocarbon Co. Home Rebekahs Meet Tuesday The Home Rebekah Lodge No. 128, met In regular woekl session at the IOOF hall Tne.- day evening, with Mrs. Manii Johnson, noble grand, presiding Mrs. Estclle Tucker, secretary road the minutes of the pa; session, which were approve) Eleven past noble grands wcr present for tho mooting. Th sick and distressoel were repor eel and cards wore sent to all During the routine buslnes session, Mrs. Mary Estelle announced that a practice of those participating in the memorial service would be hotel Friday at 7:30 p. m. at the hall. The service is scheduled for Sunday at 3 p. m. at the hall. She also announced that the monthly birthday party would be held at the IOOF Children's Home at 3:30 p. m. Sunday, June 30. Mrs. Eula Garner announced that the Past Noble Grand Club would meet tonight at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Sims Hagler. The charter was draped in memory of Mrs. Creola Miller Purdon, a recently deceased thoy plead with us to continue ho fast—which consists of tak- ng nothing, but M they want of water, weak tea and coffeo —that is, liquids that have no food value." The University of Pcnnsyl ania doctor added that when the patients realize they actual ly can shed between 2 and 2 1-2 pounds n day, "it broaks up thi concept that thoy are different. Rut Dr. Duncan, indicating that such a regimen would b steady thing years on the money they'd save on food." —o-Circles Hold Joint Session The Esther and Rebecca dries of the Missionary Baptist 'hurch met in joint session "uosehiy evening at the church, •fine members of the Esther Cir- 10 were present, with five mem- •ors and one visitor representing he Rebecca Circle. Mrs. W. W. Wiswcll presided in the absence f the president. During the routine business session, minutes were read and approved. Report of the sick r ind distrosseel was maele, with cards being sent to all. Mrs. Cody Brown prosonteel 11 devotional on "A Year's Jour noy," using Timothy 2:15 scriptural reference, Mrs. Zola Brittain lod the closing prayer. Mrs. I.ola Buchanan anel Mrs. Kola Farmer were hostesses, serving refreshments during too tough as sniel that after the two week tho patients are sent heimc fron the hospital and instruotf<l t stay on a limited calorie 1 diet o 1.300 to 1.500 cnlorlos for worn on and l,f>00 to 1,900 fnr mnn. Ho talked to reporters bofor giving a technical report on tho work to tho AMA. He said his series of 400 grossly-obese patients— tho largest series yet studied unelor th" 'starvation" regime— inclndn'l 10 \vliei u-cighnd over 300 ponnd^ nd "Many weighed between 250 ind Son." Thoy ranged in a^'i' rom 12 to 76. Blames Ovrr-Entlng Abovit HO per cent had fall stones anel 45 por cent worn social hour. Secret pals were vealod by a gift exchange. The next meeting will be held July 9 at the church and will bo a joint meeting of all the circles. Sun Want Arts Brine SPECIAL bctics, but Dr. Duncan Indicat •<l I that their excessive weight wn- duc to ovor-oating rather thnn to their ailments. After thoy return home, the. 1 patients are instructed to stay on <i restricted calorie diet for six days In every week, and on the seventh, do the completo- | fast act again. If they are still very much overweight, thoy might do PLADIES' 'JAMAICA g. $3.99 to $4.99 Boy's "Muscle .SLEEVELESS KNIT IS Colors To Choose

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  1. Corsicana Daily Sun,
  2. 20 Jun 1963, Thu,
  3. Page 4

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