mm- ,Y,:,.. V ; T.a, Tt Jlnslrio (Alt.) CUr, Eaaday, Xuna II, 1S58 f SOCIETY IYA COOS, EdUar nun ma XI wo girt lor and sympathy, . Even to those to tut us. - We fill then to with mystery They know not cow to rate us. I Helen King, ! Potricia Beth Dillon f. Married Last Night The marriage ei Wat Patrkta ""Beth Dillon . of " Jacksonville to ' Robert Alan Woodham of Bir r mlngham took place last evening i at the First Baptist Church of ' Jacksonville at S o'clock In the i presence of a large assemblage of ' relatives and friends. The Rev. H. Ilosa Arnold officiated. The altar decorations featured - a large central arrangement of yellow and white gladioli and fe verfew in a floor sunaara uan ed by fern balls and branched candelabra. Candles entwined with ivy stood In the windows. Miss Ada Curtiss, organist, and Miss Carolyn Lowery. vocalist, presented a program of music be fore the ceremony. The canaies were lighted by Miss Patricia Foley of Birmingham and Miss Char lotte Claypool of Springville. The bride's attendants were Miss Nancy Harper, Miss Carolyn Ingram, Mrs. James Malllcoat, of Jacksonville, and Miss Lorena Woodham of Brundidge. Miss Jane Self was maid of honor. Their identical dresses were of mint green Summer taffeta featuring a bodice and a pleated off-the-shoulder neckline. The skirts were made bouffant and the headdresses were of matching taffeta flowers. Their Colonial bouquets 'were yellow roses and the maid of honor carried a bouquet of talisman roses. Ushers were Riley Lumpkin, Tuskegee; T. E. Baisden, Columbus, Ga.; James Moseley, Andalusia; and Bob Dillon, Jacksonville. Jesse Wesbury, Batesburg, S. C. was best man. The bride was given in marriage by her father, Chester C Dillon. Her dress was of magnolia satin with a Chantilly lace yoke and Inset on the basque bodice featuring self buttons and an old-fashioned standing collar. Long sleeves ended in calls lily points over the hand. The bouffant skirt was fashioned with insets of lace at the hipline, ending in a cathedral train, A fingertip veil of Illusion was attached to a sweetheart bonnet of Chantilly with seed-pearl trim. She carried a white satin prayer book marked with a white orchid showered with tuberoses. Immediately after the ceremony reception was held at the home f the bride on West Mountain Avenue. Mrs. C. C. Dillon, the bride's mother, wore a gown of delphin ium blue Chantilly lace with corsage of white roses. Mrs. John Woodham, mother of the bride groom, waa dressed inose crepe and lace with a corsage of gar denias. After their wedding trip, the couple will be at home at 3300 Cliff Road, Birmingham. Out-of-town guests included: O. A. Keith, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Keith, Jimmy Keith, Mr. and-Mrs. J. C. Kuykendall and son. Tom my, Mrs. H. D. Garrison, Mrs. Garland Hyatt, Judge and Mrs. Jeff Harrelson, Fort Payne; Mrs. A.. R. Keith and Miss Anna Rob Keith, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Capt and Mrs. Jack B. Keith of Sher man, Tex.; Mrs. John Woodham. Opp; Mr. and Mrs. Jsmes H. Moo- ley, III, Andalusia; Miss Jean Al exander, Miss Annette Evans, Miss Ann Watson, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Mosley, Miss Robbie Mosley, Mrs. H. A. Parker, Miss Judy Psrker, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Job- son, Mrs. E. L. Coleman, Mrs. Elizabeth Rutherford, Mrs. Leon Horton, Sylacauga; Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Foley, Birmingham; Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Evans, Anniston. ( .if- I- X 4 I v - t $ ft JUNE BRIDE-TO-BE: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. Williams of Jack-eonvllle announce the engagement of their daughter, Louise (above) to Wayne Thomson of Rainville. The wedding will take place some time this month. Miss Williams received her degree at Jacksonville State College last year. She served as an ins tract r In the physical education department during her senior yesr and taught la the Ashland High School this past year. She plana to teach in the Marshall County High School next season. Mr. Thompson received Ids degree In agricultural education at the Alabama Felytechnie Institute last week. He to now employed with the Marshall County Veterans Adininlstratien la GuntersvUle. Parties This Week For Evelyn King This week parties for Miss Evelyn King, bride-elect, will begin on Wednesday when Miss Jo Ann Mallory and Mrs. Eugene Pitard, Jr. (Catherine Hamilton) of Lake Charles, La., will entertain with a luncheon. The affair will be given at the home of Mrs. Catherine Sproull Hamilton in Glenwood Terrace. Wednesday evening,' Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Cobb King, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Joseph King, II, and nir. ana Mrs. Gerald Lamar King will honor Miss King and George W. Connors, III, of Birmingham, the future bridegroom, with a party and Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Montgomery will en- icnain with an event in their garden. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ralph Ham- mon ana ur. and Mrs. Hugh Gray will honor the youn. coudU with a dinner and supper Saturday eve ning ai me Anniston Country viuu. Rustic Supper Parry Held At Beach Hollow -...mm i . .ijii ii. in ii J.,.. .;..'..,, ', .! i" ! "M-P y mngwmwj f 3 S. . - ' . . .-ft i v.': .mtf ' ..1 r Nrf .. , . ,j f - f: Avii ' :.-...' : ..... ,'. GOES TO GIRLS STATE This young girl, Virginia Pippins, daughter of Mrs. Moette Pippins, lesves today for Montgomery, where she will bo the one of those- attending Girls State at Huntingdon College. She was selected as the representative of the American Legion Auxiliary Post 154 at Ohatchee as their representative. Miss Pippins is a Junior with an outstanding record at Ohatchee High School. She la a member of the F. H. A. and the Teen Age Club. You Simply Cannot Reduce By Skipping Your Breakfast In Beach Hollow at th n.M- -4 cabin of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dur- ...rew in tne mountains east of An- nlston, there was an informal gath- s ering In honor of Miss Evelyn King, bride-elect A supper party i was given on Thursday evening vj uss juaue xouise Durrett and Miss Anne Lloyd. Mrs. PurreU and Mrs. William . K. Lloyd presided over a long Uble and served buffet style. The flowers used were gardenias and the cloth was a bright on dotted with crimson strawberries. Present to enjoy tho occasion lth those mentioned were: Misses - bars Jones, France King. Louise Adams. Jo Ana Mallory, Mary Pyne Sawyer and Jan Wood- TUIf, If you stick to the right com binatlon of foods for breakfast, you ll get ahead faster in your weightloslng campaign. For sci ence now tells us that you can't trim off the pounds by skipping this meal the most important one of the dsy. If you've put yourself on a self- inflicted, so-called reducing diet. don't start skipping meals if you really want to lose weight. Just take a. look at the latest research on the subject of trimming off weight Scientists have come up with the word that it's an un sound plan to skip breakfast if you really want to reduce. t ii youve aone any readingon the subject, you no doubt know that doctors and nutritionists hsve long recommended that three well-balanced meals esch day are a must in any reducing diet Now science backs them up. Weight records kept during recent tests made on women showed no change In weight when the women skipped breakfast, or when they ate breakfast The studies were made at a leading medical college. First the group of women skipped breakfast every day for five weeks. Then they ste 300 calorie, 600 calorie, and 1,000 cat orie breakfast each for five-week periods. Thst's quite a range of breakfast habits from no food in morning to s 1,000 calorie meal. But Just by simple arithmetic. it's really quite easy to figure out when you look at it this way. When you skip breakfast, or eat a skim. py morning meal, the natural re action is to est a big meal at noon. If you eat an adequate breakfast you'll undoubtedly eat less st the other two meals of the day. So when you add up the total amount of food for the day, you'll find that it stays about the same. Remember, you can only put on the pounds if you take in more food energy that you use up during the day. So the habit of skioD- L lng breakfast alone can hardly cause a weight gain or loss. A good pattern for breakfast is one that's built around these five foods fruit, cereal, milk, bread and butter. This is easily varied according to your favorites in cereals,- fruits and breads. This month, when more fresh fruits are on the market, you'll want to use them to pep up the breakfast menu. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. William A. Dar- ucU ui vnaiunooga arnvea for me funeral of the late Mrs. Msry Harris, mother of Mrs. Wesley R. Darden. Mr. and Mrs. Jess L. Reid leave this week for a vacation trip to St Augustine. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Prescott Sandidge (Lucy Stillwell) who have been residing la Dsyton, Ohio, will make their noma in st ii,u .ft.. July 1st Mr. and Mrs. Carv f3. n.rrl. .f Jacksonville. Mr. and Un ail bHmis. Mlse Msry Joyce Harris, Mrs. Chariot Harris, Mist - Bar- cwn siarru and William Harris of Birmingham arrived to be with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley R. Darden and attend the funeral of the letter's mother, the late Mrs. Mary Harris. Mr. and Mrs! Drayton Bernhard have returned after "a trip to Virginia and a visit with Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bernhard in Charleston, S. C. They were accompanied by Miss Mary, Bernhard, who attended commencement at Ran dolph-Macon Woman's College in Lynchburg and visited Miss Peggy Weir in Charleston. , Mrs, "Luther Brooks Liles re turned last night from New Or leans, where she underwent an op- crauon ai foundation Hospltr' M. I. Club Meeting At Home Of Mrs. Pace Tho meeting for the Mutual improvement Club on Friday had two hostesses. Mrs. B. Pace and her sister, Mrs. J. A. Johnson. It was held at the home of Mrs. Pace on . Leigh ton Avenue . with Mrs. Lawrence Gardner presiding and Mrs. Grady Baker was the secre tary. Mrs. J. T. Hamilton installed officers for the coming season and they will be: president Mrs. S. E. Scarbrough; vice president Mrs. W. D. Boss: secretary, Mrs. Grady Baker; and Mrs. W. K. Easterling will be tho treasurer. Mrs. B. Pace will act as publicity chairman with Mrs. George W. Henry as courtesy chairman. Mrs. B. Pace planned the pro gram and she called it "Know Your City." She Introduced Mrs. Frank Russey, asking her to talk about the early days of Anniston, which the speaker did in an en gaging manner. Her parents came from England when the Noble family established the first blast furnaces that attracted many no tables to the new location. She spoke of the skilled workmen that came from a distance, of the prom inent people that located In the beautiful valley that offered splen did advantages for employment and she mentioned the continued development of Anniston. After Mrs. Russey's talk, Mrs. Psce conducted a 'Know Your City" Quiz and the prize was won by Miss Bertye Russell, whose peo ple were pioneer settlers. The quiz brought on an interesting discussion. Refreshments were served from a prettily appointed table that was covered with a handsome Chinese linen cloth and the centerpiece of flowers was unusually artistic. Mrs. Pat Pace and Mrs. Robert Pace assisted in serving tea dainties. Guests Invited for the afternoon were: Mrs. Benjamin ingersou, Mrs. Pat Pace. Mrs. Robert Pace. Mrs. Nettie Johnson and Mrs. Eu gene W. Horner of Rochester, N. Y. Members attending with those mentioned included: Mrs. A. H Little. Jr.. Mrs. John Pace, Mrs, Jesse Evens, Mrs. Sylvester Blair, Mrs. Ross Green and Mrs. J. M. Hinds. Picnic-Meeting Held For Bynum Study Club Members of the Bynum Study Club held a picnic in the grove at the Officers' Club and this was followed by a regular club meet ing. Hostesses for the day were: Mrs. J. D. Peterson, Mrs. R. C. McKen-dree and Mrs. Bruce Walker. They decorated the tables with pretty Summer flowers and after the luncheon those present re-assembled in the lounge of the Of ficers' Club. The president. Mrs. Peterson. presided, with Mrs. P. E. Lelond acting ss secretary. Mrs. H. J. Porter is the treasurer. Mrs. W. B. McDonald reported that Jig-saw puzzles are needed in the library for the children and she said that she and Mrs. Katherlne Cosper will conduct as regular story hour for the children during the Summer. The president appointed Mrs. Dsvid Graham to receive dona tions for the General Clay Fund and Greek Relief, assisted by Mrs. George Daily. There was s report from Mrs. H. B. Warnock. who stated that the next children's at traction at the movie will be Cometo the Stable," on June 23rd., andshe announced that the benefit caW party was a great success. The fund raised will be for a scholarship and Mrs. Mc-Kendrie stated that the project is not yet complete. Mrs. W. W. Carpenter introduced Mrs. Claron Queen as a new member and at the conclusion of the business session those present played bridge and canasta. For the' Summer season the club will meet only once s month. ' Dent-Howard Wedding Takes Place In July Miss Hilda Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Howsrd, of Alexander City, whose engage ment to Lt. J. g. George McCor- rrilck Dent, U. S. N., son of Mrs George M. Dent and the late Mr. Dent of Eufaula, is announced this morning. Miss Howard attended Hunt ingdon College and the Univer sity of Alabama where she was enrolled in the College of Edu cation. Lt Dent is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis. Md., and recieved his wings from the Pensacola Naval Air Station. He is now stationed at the Jacksonville Naval Baae, Jacksonville, Fla. The wedding will take place July 8 In tho First Methodist Church in Alexander City. Lt. Dent fs a relative of the Wellborn family of this city. Young Huxley Roberts Entertains Friends In celebration of his ninth birth day Albert Huxley Roberta held a party during the week-end. He In vited friends to participate in ball games on the grounds near Grace Episcopal Church, after which they were entertained at the home of Mr.ymd Mrs. Leonard Huxley Roberts on Fair Way. At the home there was a rifle contest with Thomas Scott Roberts,' 11, winning the score and supper wss served in the backyard garden. Present on this occasion were: Dell Planck, Perry Lentz. Mike McRae, Chris McRae. Gene Rut-ledge, Randall Lanford. Ernest Potter, Jr.. James Potter. Samuel McRae, Randolph Reynolds) Jr.. Ronald and Donald Stewart, Hunt Cleveland. Jr. Glenn Andrews. Jr. and Frank FreeL , 1 K ' ' w RECENTLY MARRIED Mrs. Louise LeCroy, who wss Monies Norton, daughter of Mrs. A. L. Norton of 25 East 25th., Street before her marriage to Mr. LeCroy, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. LeCroy, also of Anniston. The marriage rites were performed at an evening ceremony by Rev. B. Guy Smith in the McCoy Methodist Church parsonage. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith. For the occasion the bride waa attired in a white pique suit and she had on brown accessories, wearing a ahoulder corsage of deep pink carnations. Mr. and Mrs. LeCroy are residing temporarily with the bridegroom's parents. Thomas Scott Roberts Will Be Interviewed Thomas Scott Roberta,, will be interviewed by Gertrude Tyson on her radio program over WHMA. on Tuesday morning.; The hour wiU bo 10:30 o'clock. Mr. Roberts is a devotee of grand opera la which he might have been a star because of his beautiful voice and histrionic abll Ity, had ho chosen a musical ca reer. Instead, he became very successful as one of Alabama's leading industrialists. He is also an authority on flowers and has many very lovely ones in the grounds at i his home on Sunset Drive. There he has developed pretty lily pond and many birds are attracted to his miniature houses in the trees. With his varied Interests, Mr Roberts always has time for his attractive grandchildren and he and Mrs. Roberts are a gracious host and hostess. Joint Hostesses r Honor B ride-To-Be At the lovely home of Miss Vir ginia Ordway on Christine Avenue there was a pretty luncheon on Thursday when Misa Ordway and Mrs. O. C. Miller entertained Jointly in honor of Miss Joanne Ingram of Talladega. The honoree will be married to Ernest -A. Rod- enberg, Jr., of Charleston. S. C. An antique silver bowl held gardenias on the luncheon table and those invited with Miss In gram included: Mrs. Avrea In gram, Miss Connie Baynes, Miss Frances Bryan and Miss Charlotte Evans of Talladega, also Mrs. Richard Miller Ingram, Mrs. Stan ton B. Ingram. Mrs. DeWltt Mc-Cargo. Jr., Miss Anne Leyden. Miss Jo Ann Mallory. Mrs. William W. Cobbs, Miss Frances Mur-free Ordway and Mrs. Verner Ord way. Mrs. Walker Reynold! Off 0 Trip, T furor1 Mrs. Walker Reynolds of As nlston sailed Friday, Juno t, frol New York on the 8. S. Nleuw An sterdam, . a Holland-A m e r 1 e a line, for a Summer's stay r Europe. - i Tho Anniston traveler Is at companled by Miss Margart Booth of Montgomery, who ) conducting a party of five, lncluc ing Mrs. Ruth Agrlcola Jordan Gadsden. Landing at Southhampton, Enj land June 16, the party of flv ladles are expected to make tour through England, Scotlani Switzerland, Italy, France, Belg um and Holland. A Dinner Meeting ror v-iyic uroU i There was a dinner meeting Thursday night at the Woman' i Civic Club, held by members (, i the Women's Junior Chamber c ; Pnmm.rr. ulth Mica Mirih, Vnt t itruMlna Mlu S?.f ill. J fl CHUUIg. ... I g V t led the invocation. Place featured the industrial shield UUU CIIIUIVIII ,IIU liiJ .tl. ui, i clever work of Miss Merry Lou A thur. & Miss Gray read the report of th ' secretary and Mrs. Beatrice gav the treasurer'a report in the bus ness session neia auer me ainne . Miss Nunnelly welcomed Missc j Marie Lane and Mary Johnston i j new members and Introduced Ma and Mrs. Marcelle Boullemet 1 i Major Boullemet. who recentl. j returned after several years ove I Gra seas, and talked on the Mrs. Boullemet Middle Ea.' told of th work of the occupation troops 1 Germany. 1 ; Others at the meeting Includecj Miss Grace Allen. 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