Clare and Graydon's Wedding NW Ark Times; 27 Jun 1938

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Clare and Graydon's Wedding
NW Ark Times; 27 Jun 1938 - Monday, June 27.1938 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES,...
Monday, June 27.1938 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fayetteville, Ark-. Tonlnht B'PWC at'home Mrs. B. B. Bronson, 227 S. Locust. 7:30 p. m. Grace Sowder, chairman program. Delta Sigma at Washington Hotel 1:30 p. m. Sub Deb dance at Mountain Inn 8-11. City Council meeting, City Administration Building 8:00 p. m. Tuesday Wedding of Miss Roberta -Madeli ne Robinson and Dr. Edwin G. H. Comfort at First Presbyterian church 7 a. m. Women's Auxiliary to National Federation of Post Office Clerks, with Mrs. Elmore P. Jones, 216 W. Spring, 2 p. m. Roll call "Wedding Customs." Central Presbyterian Women's Organization joint meeting with at" Circle at home of Mrs. L. B. Ham, C:30 p. m. covered dish supper. supper. Miss Anna Patton of Bentonville, president of Synodical, special guest. Chi Omega Alumnae with Mrs. Clifton Wade, 3 p. m. LLL Class, First Baptist church with Mrs. Clyde Tidwell, hostess, at home of Mrs. J. R. Harris. 305 Washington 8 p. m. Debate between Dr. D. N. Jackson, Texarkana, and Rev. George H. Curtis of Scriptural Origin of Missionary Baptist and Church of Christ, Central Baptist church 8 p. m. tf-f Central Methodist Business Women's Circle with Mrs. Clarence Follet Follet 8 p. m. Miss Ouida Wheeler, devotional. Kiwanls Club, noon luncheon, Washington Hotel. DAV. DAY Hall, 7:30 p. m. Metro Club, 7 p. m. Mountain Inn. Entertain for Visitor Enroute to San Diee Misses' Lena Mae and Louise is visiting at the Oliver home here. She is enroute io San Diego, Calif., where she will join her husband, Oliver entertained with a b'r'Mg" | Ensi S n W ' K Olh ' 0r wh ° is £la luncheon luncheon today at Burns' .Gables, | i°ned with the U. S. Navy there, honoring Mrs. W. E. Oliver who Guests al the luncheon includ- ed: Mrs. Lowell Chaney, Mrs. Glen Rose, Mrs. Thad Rowden, Jr., Mrs. Hugh Kouw, Mrs. Crawford Nor- rnaii, Miss Mary Rlpley and Miss iNeita Berry of Kayetleville, and several guests from Van Buren. i Colorful Party ! For Saturday Bride i 'What was declaied one of the loveliest parties of the mid-summer mid-summer season was given last week by Mrs. Robert E. White and Miss Jo Ellen Comstock at the home of Mrs. White, honoring Miss Clare Burleson, whose wedding to Graydon Graydon Earl Comstock was solemnized solemnized Saturday night. The party was a'candle lighted tea and kitchen shower. Tall baskets baskets of flowers flanked the walk from street to door. Indoors the soft glow of. many tapers, a profusion profusion of flowers and girls in formal formal attire made a picturesque scene. In the receiving line were Miss Burleson, Mrs. White, Miss Corn- slock, Mrs. D. J. Burleson, Mrs. K. M. Comstock and Mrs. B. N. Holt. Mrs. J. K. Gregory poured at the beautifully appointed lea table. Mrs. S. H. Rainey had charge of the bride's three-tier cake a gift of Mr. White, and individual cakes with a Cupid on each. Favors for each of the 32 guests were corsages corsages of sweet peas and baby breath. Jimmie Holt, two and one-half years old. son of Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Holt, represented Cupid. He W3S dressed in white sr.tin lights and white satiii crown and carried Cupid's bow and arrows. Entering Entering the room pulling a gift ship he shot an arrow at Miss Burleson and exclaimed, "For you, Clare." Burleson, Comstock Wedding Impressive Chwch Event, June 25 Synodical President Guest Here Tuesday The Women's Organization o; Central Presbyterian church will hold a joint meeting with the Fifth circle Tuesday evening at 6:30 at the home of Mrs. L. B. Ham. There .Mj ss Mary Clare Burleson, will be a covered dish supper v.-itli daughter of Mrs. D. J. Burleson Mrs. O. W. McMillen and Mrs. ! ; , m | t | H , 1,110 Mr. Burleson, became Steve Hates assistant hostesses. ·, the bride of Graydon Earl Com- Devotionals will be led by Mrs. s tock, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Ralph Bates. Miss Anna ville, Si- guest- speaker, and will give a j report of the national women's meeting held at Buckhill Fails, Pa., I Comstock, at an impressive cere- · Anna Patlon of Benton- j m ony Saturday evening, June 2B, j-nodical president, will bei ; : t 8 o'clock at First Baptist church. and also on the General Assembly j held in Philadelphia. Lues Return From Visit At Vivian, La. Mi', and Mrs. George W. Lee have returned from a visit at Vivian, Vivian, La., with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee. and the latter's new son, Gerald. Frank Lee is with the Vivian Lumber company. Mr. and Rev. Blake Smith, pastor, officiated. officiated. Baskets of Picadilly gladioli in shrimp pink, and white lilies were THE SWING IS TO THIS NEW SPECIAL MODEL ROPER GAS RANGE also visited at Shreveport, Lee La. _ Seams Demonstration At 4-II Club Patrick, June 27.-Different kinds of seams were demonstrated by Miss Millie Bivens at the meeting of the Oppossum Creek 4-H club at the school house Monday, June 20. Both boys' and girls' sponsors were present. G. J. Greene, county county agent, also was there. Thirteen members atlended. LLL Class Mectine With Mrs. Tidwell The LLL Sunday school class of First Baptist church will meet with Mrs. Clyde Tidwell hostess at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. R. Harris. 305 Washington, Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. E. Business Women Meeting Tuesday The Business Women's Circle of Central Methodist church will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Clarence Follett. Miss Ouida Wheeler will lead devotionals. Sub Deb Dance Tonight At Mountain Inn Senior members of the Sub Debs will entertain with a program dance frpm 8 to 11 tonight at the Mountain Inn. Balloons and confetti confetti will be decorations and rush- ees are invited. i used on the altar. White Cathedral tapers burned in candelabra with palms forming the background. White candles in bows of tulle marked the pews. Nuptial music was in charge of Miss Mildred Gregg. Preceding the vows she played "Into the Dawn With You", "To -a Wild Rose", "The Sweetest Story Ever Told", and "Dreams". Rev. Royal Humbert Humbert sang "Serenade" by Schubert, Schubert, Miss Lucy Leigh Brown, violinist, violinist, played "Evening Star" by Wagner, and Miss Elizabeth Ellis sang "Because 1 by DHardlot. While the candles were being lighted by Jo Ellen Comatock, sister sister of the groom, and Marjorie Fugitt, Miss Gregg played Toc- selles' Serenade. Miss Comstock wore a pink embroidered moussel- ine de soie over pink taffeta and minuet gladioli were in her hair. Miss Fugltl wore a similar frock in green .over green taffeta and flowers in her hair were 'apricot jladioli. The bride entering lo strains of .lie Bridal Music from Lohengrin, wore a gown of peart satin made n princess style with a short train. A full length veil of illusion fell Miss Louise Married To J. INDIAN HEAD SHEETS from a cap with a coronet ot iirangi; blossoms. She carried white i-oses in a shower of fern and satin streamers. Miss Carrie Jean Hall, cousin of (he bride, was her bridesmaid, wearing a roblnsegg blue laffeta ,iith corsage of Belly NulhaLl gladioli gladioli in her hair. K. M. Comsloek, Jr., served his brother as best man. Ushers were Richard Greer. David Burleson. brother of the bride; Jay Comstock, Comstock, brother ol the groom; George Parsons, Powers Fowler and Wclsford Barlow. Mrs. D. J. Burleson, the bride's mother, was in copper triple shed with while accessoi ies and her corsage corsage was of white carnations. Mrs. K. M. Comstock, the groom's mother, wore beige and copper chitlon with white accessories accessories and she had a corsage of while carnations. Mrs. Lilian Sawyer, aunt of the bride, wns in a gown of. dusty pink and lovely as WALT DISNIY'S princess You'U whistle as you work If you sleep on sheets like these. They are smooth and silken soft And they wash snow wtiite with ease. And th*y'n» Jowpricod, too Sea our il^play of Snow White anal the Sevan Dtror/miaourttutetflepartniMnt. A b e a u t i f solemnized Saturday o'clock at the home Mrs. A r t h u r daughter,, marriage to Jack of Pjttstmrg. Kans. Workman read the service. Miss Mary Morris Bridal March from "All, Sweet Mystery soflly during the Tall floor baskets gladioli and candelabra tapers marked the .Mi:s. Cherry versity of Arkansas, majored in music instruction of the late Tovey. After finishing in Fayelteville she has held a First National Bank. Mr. Cherry Is the and Mrs. Robert Pittsburg, Kansas. Tlie couple left trip to Colorado and return will be at Pittsburg. Out of town guests wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Pittsburg; Mr. Bishop, Hutchinson, Vance Sailor and Larimer, St. Louis, Horace Mitchell, .daughter Virginia, Little and Mrs. John Springdale. Mr. and Mrs. have an interesting Madge Hamblen, eltevillc. Mrs. band .died here and who laler joined and family in the residing at 104 East coma, Wash., where pleased to hear friends who remember Mrs. W. K. Ellis and sister, Mrs. T. Helena, Ark., are in for the summer and nt 81 1 west Diekson Wallis is attending school at the NOTICE Ordinance No. i violation to discharge of any kind within any business district Fine from ?2.0U to lion of this ordinance. Earl lace, with white accessories corsage of pink carnations. ' Mendelssohn's Wedding March was played for the recessional. Mi-, and Mrs. Comstock left Immediately on a short trip after which -they will be at home at 502 Washington. For traveling the bride changed to a costume of black alpaca, with full length white; tailored coat, black hat with black j and white accessories. One of the most popular girls in Fayetteville, the bride is a graduate graduate of the University of Arkansas, and member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. sorority. She taught one year in the city, schools. Mr. Comstock atlended the university university and for the past three years has been employed with the McIlroy McIlroy Bank and Trust company. Out of town guests here for the wedding were Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Burleson and son Gaslon of Hamilton, Hamilton, Ala.. Mrs. Liliaji Sawyer and Miss -Carrie Jean Hall of Cai'ney, Cy Carney, Jr., and Kathryn Kathryn of Rudy. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hays and Mrs. James Buchanan of Muskogee, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Comstock, J. J. Hays, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Belzell and Children, L. C.. Colleen and Ellen of Van Buren. Buren. Mrs. Paul Mclntosh of Orlando, 27-30-2-c Acting Summer at NYMPH In tap, ballet, ballroom Regislralion Mounlain JIMMIE Phone Something wrong eyes or ulasscs. CASH PAID JEWELRY, AND SILVERMAN Faynltcvillc,

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