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Lawton Constitution Morning Press § § THIRD AND A AVE;, LAWTON, OKLA., SUNDAY, AUGUST 25, 1963 21 (UPI) United Press International Double-Ring Rites Unite Lawton Couple Planning a home in Lawton are Sp-1 and 1 Mi^s. Peter J. Minlen, who were married Saturday night in St. Barbara Catholic church. ing, Blackwcll, the bride's aunt, was matron of honor. The attendants wore waltz length dresses ol lime green embroidered bouquets ot leathered chrysan- carried a casecade bouquet ot Frenched chrysanthemums and pompons. The bride is the former Miss taffeta with scalloped necklines. Vivian Frances Davis, daughter of | The bridesmaid? carried cascade M-Sgt. and Mrs, Fred M. Davis. 3. Lawton. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mi's. John Minlen. Mer.asha, Wise. The Rev. Paul Mo'.lan. pastor, read the vows for the double- ring ceremony. Miss Cleta Sue Da- Laulon. was organist, Baskets of while gladioli decorated the church. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length Wives Club Announces New Class A new class, beginning public speaking, has been added to the projects planned this fall and winter by the Officers Wives Club. Mrs. A. J. FouJidas will be the instructor. - - The advanced sewing class, earlthemurns: The honor attendant I J0 r reported eliminated Irom the ''list, was resumed this week. Mrs. Jen-y Merrill and Mrs, diaries M. Linda Richardson Is Married John Ewald, Lawton, was bc;t man. Ushers were Spi Frederick Arnold and Sp-1 Donald R. Pelerson, Lawton, A reception \vas giver, by Busbec Jr. will be instructors. ·bride's parents in Holiday Inn. Decorations were a crystal punch bowl, crystal candelabra and lime Displays Planned Displays of these and other class projects will be decorations for Ihe the Oflicci ' s Wives Club membership go\\Ti of white lace over satin. ! green nosegays. styled with a scalloped neckline ! Mrs. Grace'Shurnberger, Dallas, and cap sleeves. The bodice had cryst:J and pearl trim, and the fullness of the skirt was swept to Tex., aunt of (he bride, registered guesls. Miss Phyllis Moss and Miss Dena the back. , Thomas. Lawton, poured punch. Her flngortio veil fell from a | Tlie couple loft on a wedding pearl tiara. She wore gauntlets, i trin lo Wisconsin, and can-icd a bouquet of Frpnched | Mrs, Minlen is a 1953 chrysanthemums centered with a white orchid aton a white Bible. Miss Cindy Shaeffer. Lawton, of Lawton high school. The bride- i luncheon scheduled at 12:30 p.m. Sept. 6 in Ihe main ballroom of the Officers ciub at Fort Sill. At that lime, club membership will be registered for ihe year. Dues for bolh liie fall and spring seasons mil be $2, or SI for the f a l l season. Only women whose husbands are members ol the Officers Club will he eligible. Membership in the wives club will be required for join- in:; or participating in the OWC "room is a 196.1 graduate of St. \ activities or projects. Mai-y's high school in Menasha. and Miss Marie Foose, Dallas, j Me is stationed at Fort Sill w i t h Tex., cousin of the bride, were · the 30th Finance Disbursing Sec- bridesmaids. Mrs, Laurence Riscl-ilion, Forum Plans Annual Party Mrs. Painter Holds Coffee and potential members of : Wives of officers of HIP 2nd Lawton Woman's Forum will have ; Howiizcr Battalion, 2nrt Artillery, I ' Reservnlliiii Dnidlliie The women must have their Officers Club number when registering for membership. Dues cannot be charged to Ihe Officers Club membership but must be paid in cash. Luncheon reservations may be made no later than 12 noon Thursday. Sept. 5, by phoning Ihe Officers club information desk, EL1- , an opportunity Thursday to become · met in Hie liome of Mrs. Kei'lli M 01 ' acquainted with the work- of ihe ' Painter, 440-! Ridgecres! Dr.. for j Forum's various departments. iheir monihly coffee. Airs. Ray- ! The program, purpose anri aims : moi\d H. Hcnige WHS eo-hosless. ; of each department will be explain- ; Mi's. George Walking wife of : ed at the annual Coke Party lo : the acting commander "concluded · be held in Lhe home of Mrs. Roma ; ihc business session ami appoint- i Gi[( Mor.igomeiy, 9.1G Kuclid, Tlxi : cd Mrs. Painter as publicity chair: event will be from 9:30 a.m. lo 1 man. Announcements of "coming) M'' s - T - w - Donncll is clinirman MRS. DALE FREMONT WELCH Patricia Lynn Raley, Dale F. Welch pvcni.s included a parlv in the Mrs. Frank Hurt is in charge · homo of Col. anrl Mrs." William of arrangements. Hughes today, ihc Officers Wives Each department director will Club luncheon Sept. 6. nnd tire have a card table where mem-! 2Uih Group coffee Sept. 12. bors. who have not already joined i Thp need for Thrift Shop worlt- a dcKU-lnicnt. may sign up for; ers w;ls nolpdi ^ j,,,_ i)o) 1he departments_ o f t h e i r choice. ; Whitinker. 1300 Upton Rcl., Fort Sill, was named hostess for I ho 'he luncheon program, n n d · Ml ' ? - "· Swaffoi-ri is in charge of decorations. H o s p i t a l i t y chiiirmnn is Mrs. A. G. \Villinms. Mrs. S. R - Ro " '0 membership chairman. JIl ' Sl F - A - Samlliolm. building "'PP'^'sor. anrl Mr?. W. G. Crich- lon - publicity chairman. Sleii-l ! |i Uil.-r Sisn-up fur projects and n o t i v i - lirs, huwc.'ver, "'ill nol bp taken during the luncheon, but those In be offered will be displayed and explained. OWC members will S!EII up for Ihc activities from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sept. 11 in t h e Women's ;ic- MRS. W. P. HOLSINGER t i v i t y building, lloiicycutl Sept. L'(i luncliMn. Mrs. diaries R. , Rn;| cl, Fort Sill. Luncheon « ; i u « L-I IT J i i a i - . -'vi.-i (.auuui, UI;MK"-'U w iui lllll^i . " ' v '-"-" ; Ol OtflCCrs of Gtll GlIH tKU- · rt ^_ . t , , , , the First Metho- b o a i C e. throe - quarter - length ! lalion, 12fh Artiller-. me! in the | ^·'"""fTt ""** sleeves nnd bouffant skirt. Her : home of Mrs W. W. Scott Jr., 1300 : ^ K Leach will be ix)-ho.sies';. Gei-man fi-uitcnkc. linnana n u l break, orange juice, collee, n u i s and homemade candies were served from ;i t.'ible cov«n\l wiUi . a KIVOII linen cloth and centered with Mi-?, f . D. WiHiiims is gem-ral chairman for the pi"ojei.'L=. inchirl- iiiE homr arls. handwork, ails nnd A sues! of Mrs. Painlcr w;is Mrs. Ben Hamilton. Menilioi-s ;it- '.eixiinf; included Mi's. Joseph A. | Sv'obodn, Mrs. KcKvtu'd Smith, Mrs. William l l a n n n n . Mi-s. Eu- Cene Voelkel, Mi', Guy Zimmrr- j man, Mrs. Eloid Williams and Mi-s. Malcolm Buller. On a woddinp trip to Durango,: was maid of honor. She wore a : ?olo.. are Mr. and Irs. Dale 'dress of''copen blue silk orgnnza J r remonl tt'ek-h. who were mar-: over taffeta, designed with ·ied Sam-day in list church. TIFK BRIOK is t h c former Miss circular veil was held by a larsre · Vpton. Fort Sill, lo plan Ihe firsi ''atricia Lynn Ralcy. daughter of canhage rose of Ihc dress fabric. · fall luncheon of the Jlst Group. Mr. and Mrs. Cullen'T. Ralcy, 2111 · a "d snc Carried a Victorian bou-. The--list Group is commanded by .^carboiTi. Parents ot thp ' bi-idc-: 1 uo1 °' ivor y 1'oses accented in i Col. Samuel R. Ross, n'oom arc Mr. find Mrs. Jesse D. ; P^'c blue. i The luncheon will be at ]2:3f) iVrlcn Sr.. Mus'lnr,!:. . BRfOlcSMATDS were Miss Marn - m - SOP'- -^ in (nc Artillery room On Sept. 1. Hie couple will re- sha Smith, Mrs. KenneSh \\~hiie of 'ho Officers club, -urn to Okahoma and establish a ; ,'md Miss Darla Harper, all of Committees named were Mrs. ·lomc ai 215 \V. Third. Slillwarcr. Lnwron. and Miss Anne Gamble. ' Engelbort Flaig. program; Mrs. ! * * * 3oth will attend Oklahoma Slate : Jefferson. Tc\. Their costumes Maithcw Lamer Jr.. reservations: : P r \ r ,c\/fzl+ D T A univoi-siiy in tbc fall, she as a : were identical to that of the honor Mrs. Samuel Drake Jr.. hospital- j '\( -JUctr vcr/ L i~ I f-\ ·sophomore and he as a junior. allpndar.l. il" Mrs. Donald D, Tucker, Mrs. | C,,- j. · XX 4. Thc Rev. De L. Hincklcy Jr., Darryl Welch. Mustang, was his Charles Baker, Mrs, Elmer Nabcr j CXQCUll VQS r/\QQL jusior of the First Methodist brolhcr's best man. Ushers were Jr., decorations, and Mr?. Wilbur' ·:hurch, officiated at the double-1 Jtsse Welch Jr., Oklahoma Cit\-. i Jamison and Mrs. Dennis Saund- ' Wilbcrt L;nxlrith. new principal i ·ing ceremony al 3 p.m. Saturday. t and James Welch. Mustang, i crs. refreshment table. l o t Roosevelt elemeniaiy school,) Jrs, Clerus Hill, organist, played , brothers of Ihe bridegroom; M i k e ; The program will be an acces- \ nl °l Friday morning with m e m - ; raditional wedding music, and ac-, Fisher. L;iwlon. and James Poole.: sor~ fashion show, with hats, i bcrs of Uie executive boiird of the j :ompanied Charles Rightmer, who ; Ferriday. La. ' gloves, bags and shoes from the ' school's Parenl-Tcnchor associn- :ang "Wedding Prayer." "At the ; Mr. Haley gave his daughter in Parisian shop. The models will be | ^on. Mr. 1-indrith succeeds John- marriage. She wore a full-length Mrs. John Fairbanks, chairman. ! ny Parrish in ihe jwsilion. Mr. gown of poau de soie. designed ; and Mrs Lamer. Mrs. Drake, Mrs. ! Parrish will serve this fall .is \ wi!h a fitted bodice, elbow-length i' Naber. Mrs. Scrafin Mactagone i principal of Kdison school, one o[ j sleeves and a Sabrina neckline, | and Mrs. Charles Valliant. Mrs. j two new elementary schools being j edged with scalloped lace appli-; John Hunt will be commentator, j opened by the public school sys- T h c · - - - · - ci'afls, eharm. langiln^e. sports. d:\ncini:. Gi^'SU Find lied Cross. -.- T UlllL *_-. . Vows were exchanged Saturday night by Miss Linda Lou Richardson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Richardson, 2115 Dear- bom, and Wirt Preston Holsinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wirt W. Hol- singcr, 133S Cherry. Scene for the S p.m. wedding was the chapel of the First Baptist church. Dr. Charles Green read the double-ring vows as the couple stood before an altar decorated with two pair of candelabra, jade palm, baskets of white gladioli and a white prie-dieu. The bride came down the aisle on the arm of her father. She wore a floor-length "own of white de-luslered satin fashioned with bell skirt, and an over-jacket of while Alencon Jace scalloped at the waistline and elbows. The jacket buttoned down the back. A seed pearl tiara held her veil of illusion, and she carried a bouquet of white Phalaenopsis orchids with stephanoiis. She was attended by her cousin, Mrs. Timothy Armstrong. N T oble. who wore a dress of ice green de-lustered satin with elbow-length sleeves and bell skirt. She carried a cascade bouquet of white glam^llias, John Winingham, Pauls Valley, was best man. Ushers were Gayie McCray, Lawton: Jack Miller. Ada. and Ray Stohiand, Ponca City. Mrs, C. J. Hanan Sr. played Ira- dirional wedding muMr. and ac- companipd Johnny Mackey ss he snn? "Whither Thou Gocst" and "Th» Lord's Prayer." Russell and Mark Richardson, brothers of fhp. bride, lit the candles. The parlor of thp church was the scene for thp reception, hosted by th» bridp's paronls. Miss Katny Holsinger, sister of the bridpgroom. regis:erod guests. Mis.« Bobby Jo Lasater. Denver. Colo., poured punch, and Miss .Tudi Jones. Oklahoma City, served cake. Following a wpddine trip 10 Colorado, the couple will establish a homo in Stillwater, where borh will be seniors at Oklahoma Stale | university in the fall. ; / / J- · Officers Wives Aivards For Volunteer Work Received By Candy Stripers Candy Stripers from Soulnwest-. Miss Glenda Wood, Miss Linda em hospital wore iiojtored with a | Guinn, Miss Sara Cloninger, Miss i A , , i swim anil dinner party n\ Camp ( Jcannip Blake, Miss Pat Dau2h«r- j / A l T S n U C'Andy Thursday nJEht. The even! . ly. Miss M.iry Cavnxos, Miss Sally . was spon.cctred by the liospitnl n.id | Wnlker. Miss Dorothy WhiU. Mi.ss mothers o( Ihi 1 girls. i Linda Burke and Miss Helen Kii»e. i Jan Lisk, Dimly Stripers presH One bar for caps for those scrv-, _ _._ _ ^ dm;, opened Ihc meclinc a.'ler the j ing InO hours or more were given of officers of the -llh Field Ar.illerv dinner. Mrs, U 1 ? Kelly, director of j lo Miss Judy lyhew. Miss Cava-. Missile group was held on the pario the hospital auxiliary, discussed | *ns nnd Miss Whitt. Second bars · of the 0','ieer? club. hospiiai activities ;md t h a n k c r l the , for caps for 200 hours or more ; Thc h os , CSJ!( ,,. \vives of officers pirls lor their fnilhJulncss during · were presented to Miss Grace Wil-' O j llv summer months. .son. Miss " Final summer coffee for Wives A KodaJ hour Thursday riichl in Ihe Polo club honored members of Hal- and Mi-s. James W. r.riffing, Brig. Tolten. deputy Ccn. com- . . 1st Missile Battalion. ISth Dnughcrty. Miss LISK ,y,j]] ery . presented homemade jellies as priv.es ar! served refreshments of cof.'ce, iced tea and min- iamre pastries. The table was centered with a brass coffee por holding yellow roses and flanked on either side by gold candles in brass holders. Mrs. S. F. Jillson. wife of thp group commander, presided over business. She asked for volunteers for the Thrift Shop and announced the next group function will be a hmch- j eon in September wi:h Wives of of- Mrs. WiJliiun Glover, wile of the! Shirley Ann Ledford was honor-' fleers of the 5rh Missile Battalion. Mrs. Kelly presented awards, ; and Miss Burke. Those receiving cups for 50 hours ; Other sponsors were Mrs. Paul or more service were Miss Ginger i Vjmn, Mrs. Marsarpt Brock, Mrs. Thorpe. Miss Kalhy Slonchncker. j Eugene Matthews. Mrs, Eno Hall- Miss Mai-y Ann Winter md Miss ; mfin. Mrs. J. C. Lisk. Miss Alica the "Hth Kirkre Commando Jiiil- j Holly Erls, . M.'iuhews was a guest, tery, 29ili Royal Artillery. Rccniving hospital emblems lor . Farewell was said io Miss Walk- Approximalcly 130 civilian and · more than ]00 hours service were i er who is moving to Alaska. military personnel nlK-nded the! · party given by ihu 2nd Howitzer Battalion, 2nd Artillery, The guesls included M;ij. Con. L. S. Griffing. iwst commander. Bridge Hostess 'Shirley Ledford /s Mrs. Glover : Feted At Party J » , T ( , M 1 . V J I A . t v l J I K U I I ^ I V U l , " I . I . V- "'V .J.1JJ1X.J . L I U . l^-M».lli. "ti.T l l ' ^ l l w t - M k-T I .^ VI L 1 1 C - J i l l .»JI»1IP: rtll 1 rtl ;l M J , ana Mrs j o i i c n , .\)r. unc ; comnulndcr O j . hc gth Battalion, : ed on her third binhday wirh a -list /Vrtfllery. as hostess,*. A pro- T)nd ol a Rainbow," and "Blessed 3c This Day A MASSnT? candle ment formed 1he ecntral ohurch clpcoration. Plnc:ed in a pyramid Affect alonf; thc choir roils, the SlL-in nnd Mrs. GeorKU Barber, represent ing the Lawlon Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Sloin is chairmnn of Ihe Chamber's military affairs committee. A plaque commemorating the British unit's stav al Fort Sill WILS Artillery, entertained Wives : party in ;he home of her parents,; oram on wiss is Blannwi. of officers of the battalion Tours-: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ledford, 718 '· Newcomers Hreeted were Mrs, day in her home, 130 E. Upton, : Highland. j TSH W. Birdsone. Mrs. Leonard F. j presented by Lt. George W, Wat Fort Sill, for bridge. Coffee and donuis were served j from a decorated buffet. Present i were Mrs. C. L. Dcibel. Mrs. j Keith, J. F. Lacy, Mrs. C. E. Witt-! Darrell Punch and birthday cake were : Ellis, Mrs. Jarr.es C. Dolile. Mrs. , ...o ,, qucs - Thc ^w ^d skirt front I Mrs. Scott served cookies, cot- · 1cm. irrnneemont of white cathedral n ' c ": embellished with clusters of ( fee cake and miniature doughnuts j At the executive board meet- kins _ ,,.,,.. ,,.,.,,- _, l u , - . J --., ·apnre was accented with H hasp ' ^^ P^,j i * me^skirt Jearur: on a round table covered wth ; inK-^tlic sroup fanned jhcir ^first j j^p Battalion, to Maj. E. C. J. j F. Dcwey._Mrs. J, C. L:beru and | Bl . tch of . - T he 2nd How- man, Mrs. B. J. Harvey, Mrs. J. i j -! Salal leaves accented with an V" , a u , sh , a ?r a Ironl alld boul "S" line of white Fuji chrysanthe-iTM. 1 back ' falun S lnt ° a chapel mums and blue pompons. | j 1 "TM-,-TM. mv ,,,^ , , At either end of the choir rail, |, -* TM- R W? croTM o[ seed pearls ·arlands ol Salal folia 5 e were ar-; 1hc ^.. her vci1 o[ TMP°rtcd s3k il- ·anccd in "S" lines and massive an'anTMemcnis of white pom- 1 lusion. She carried white lace over Rreen linen, The ! P-TA meeting for ":30 p.m. Sept. | Dowling, commanding officer of Ceniej-piece was fresh cjapcs and green pear-s. / · ^ purple MOSDAY MEETING SET 9 in the school auditorium. Mayor Wayne Gilley will be guest speaker, Present nt ihe F.ooseveK meet- A meering ol the American Gold I ing were Mrs. Dave Barrett, pres- ,,,^. ,...,,..,....^ ,, ,,,,.,. glamellia duster, Star Mothers dub is planned at 2 i idem, who conducted the session: ons accented with pale blue Salal j aL 'ccntcd with^D styled line of white ; p.m. Monday In the home of Mrs. ! Mrs. P.obcrt Houscr, Mrs. W. D. .oliap-e were placed immediately Behind the communion rail, on Cither side of the prie-dieu. A simi- ar carland decorated the prie-dieu, vhich stood in thc center, The vhite aisle cloth and pew caps of SalaJ garlands completed the set- in^. Miss Leslie E. Allen, Lawton, See WELCH, Pa^e 23 I John Wimberlcy, 1909 Lake. 1 Roberson and Mrs. Joseph Rejda. the commando group. i- t- i- WIT..T, MEET TUESDAY A general meeting and program is planned by Seal Helens Pres- Miss Ann Glover. Mrs. Wiitman, 2S07 Lynn Circle, will be hostess for the Sept. 26 bridge meeting. t i- ^ CLUB PLANS rEETT\G The Senior Citizens club Q uinn - 1 j j r*. · ti · Donald R. Williams, and Mrs. lydeandChnsHansen,^-^^ ^^^ Lsav ; n ~ , htt . ar.d Keesan Ledford. , ^ oa p are Mrs. Eu^pne G. Birte! Sharon tranza, Myra. more and Mrs. James P.. Estrada. Jerry Mems. Terry, I - · PARTY PLANNT.D , Charity chapter 507 Order ot ty Roberts. Linda \ Ka'stern'SLir, will have its annurd . Gooade. Michael FrazeU, Darla j Robert Morris party nt 6 p.m. to- Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Herman | day in the home of_Mr. and Mrs. Ledford, Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Han- i Charles Maupin. I.i3 Ortk. M?m- , ,,,,, \ bers and iheir families are invited. byterian Women of the Church at mc et at 7 p.m. Tuesday in ihe Mu- \ JIl:3 - w - A - Wilson. Mrs. Bud j p m _ Tuesday in die Masonic "-.30 .p.m. Tuesday in the church, scum o( the Great Plains. _ Qann and Mrs. Jerry Roberts. j temple, 1S1-! C. for initiation. WHAT GREAT CITY IS BUILT UPON SEVEN HILLS ? Our business is blu'lt upon Quality, Experience. Modern Diy Cleaning and Equipment . . . Wo give personal attention lo every garment . . , Prompt and courteous service, always! City wide pick-up and delivery. Thc city is Rome. CLEANERS -((·TWO COHVEHIENT LOCATIONS DOWNTOWN,1002 CAVE. -DIAL EL 5-3644 CACHE HDAD SOUAHE- ·· DIAL 13-2827 CHANEL N O 5 S P R A Y C O L O G N E NOW REF1LLABLE S.M PLUS TAX REFIIL-3.M Plui Tax GILBERT WOODS DRUG CO. Downtown and Cache Road Square invites you to a TRUNK SHOWING FALL AM) WINTER COLLECTION LOUIS WALD Thursday, August 29 from 9:30 to 5:30 informal modeling Watch ,our ads for an important PUZZLED BY "BARGAIN" DIAMONDS? If you are, then jast remember: Any diamond worth buying is worth buying right. That's why you won't find "'discount?' diamonds or "bargain" gems in our outstanding collection. We are members of the American Gem Society ».. an excellent reason why you can when you purchase your diamond. MEMBER AMERICAN GEH SOCIETY 414 D Avenue EL 3-3533 Are You Beginning To Suffer From Tired Summer Skin? Then come to Marylin Miller for a special skin treatment. Put on o new face with your new fall wardrobe. See Marylin Miller today, COME IN SOON! For a FREE DEMONSTRATION Of Marylin Miller Cosmetics No Appointment Necessary! NEW HOURS: 7 to 9 Doily 15 Employees to Serve You! 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