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 - =9t= 41st FA Wives Set Style Newlywed Pair At...
=9t= 41st FA Wives Set Style Newlywed Pair At Home Here After Nuptials Now residing at 805 Roosevelt, are newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Eugene Farley, whose wedding was solemnized at Liberty Heights chapel in the presence of the immediate families. Rev. Weldon Rightmcr, the Liberty Heights chapel pastor, officiated at the single ring ceremony held at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 15. The bride, who is the former Ruby Darlinc'Stoll, is the daughter of Mr. : and 'Mrs; P. J. Stall, Indiahoma, while.her bridegroom is Ihe son of Mrs. James T: Reed, SOS Roosevelt and also of W. O. Farley. Miss Rama Jean Sloll', Incliaho-' ma. was maid of honor and her sister's only attendant. She was attired in a light blue dress and matching duster, with white accessories. James T. Reed served as best man. For her marriage, the bride wore a light blue linen dress with white accessories and a feather-edged carnation corsage. Her jewelery included a single strand of pearls and matching earrings. The bride's mother chose an aqua dress with white accessories, while the mother of the bridegroom wore a navy blue dress w i t h black accessories. The bride is a 1353 graduate.of Indiahoma high school, while her bridegroom attended St. Mary's school and Lawton high school. Me is presently employed by Mead's Bakery. / · Camp Fire Group Hats of-their own design will be worn by' more than 100 wives of Fort Sill's 41st Field Artillery group officers at 1 p.m. Wednesday at a luncheon and fashion show to be'given in the ballroom of the Officers club Fort Sill. To further the style show theme, tables will be decorated with .a variety of miniature hats' and hat boxes. At the main table wi.ll be a huge cake in the shape of a hat, which will be given as the door prize. Music for the luncheon and fashion show will be provided by a combo from the ISth FA battalion. Wives of the ISth Field Artillery battalion will be in charge of the event, with Mrs. Thomas N. Courvoisie, wife ot the battalion's commanding officer, as master of ceremonies. Mrs. Robert J. Hill Jr., whose husband is commander of the 41st FA group, has invited as guests of honor, Mesdamcs John C. Hayden, Philip C. Wbelc, Clyde L. Jones, Louis do Ricmer, Thomas J. Badger and Charles A. Symroski. Prizes will be awarded for the most original and prettiest hats as judged by Mesdames Hayden and dc Riemer. Clothing featured in (he show will be spring daytime wear and spring and summer cocktail and sportswear fashions to be supplied by the Mayfair in Lawlon. Mrs. Theodore Spiker is coordinator of the fashion show, which will follow the luncheon, while Mrs. John G. Vaaler will be commentator. Models will include Miss Freddie Hill and Mesdames Edward Fletcher, J. R. Stroud, Arthur K. Wimer, Edward Rembecki, Thomas Shaughnessy and Theodore Spiker. Miss Lena Owens of the Lena Owens Beauty salon, Lawton, is doing the hair styles. 'Easter' Local Women Get BAR Posts At Conference Mrs. E. B. Dunlap, 1006 B, Mrs. Sam Maddux, 1113 Taft, returned last week from Tulsa they attended the 49th annual conference of the Oklahoma society. Daughters of the American Revolution. Membe.'-s of the Lawton chapter, DAR, both women were elected to offices at the three-day sessions held at the Mayo hotel-, for which the Tulsa district was host, Mrs. Maddux was elected state registrar, .while Mrs. DurJap was elected chairman of the Southwest district, which includes Lawton. Although the districts were re-organized, Lawton remains in the same district. A third Lawlonian,. Mrs. C. F. Murray Jr., 1425 N. 23rd, who not attend the conference, was chosen district secretary. Special guest from the National DAR society attending the session was Mrs. Frank Garland Trau, organizing secretary g e n e whose home is in Texas. Mrs. G. C. Spillers, Tulsa, was elected stale regent, while the Southeastern district was named host for the 1959 meeting to be held at M.uskogee. About 500 women attended the conference. i- · . Capt. Tacci Gives Speech A guest, Capt. V. A. Tacci. Sill, spoke on "The Role of a Dental Assistant" at the 7:30 p.m. meeting of the South Central Dental

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  1. The Lawton Constitution And Morning Press,
  2. 23 Mar 1958, Sun,
  3. Page 19

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