The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 25, 1963 · Page 25
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The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma · Page 25

Lawton, Oklahoma
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Sunday, August 25, 1963
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Miss Linda Ann Ewing Is Bride NCO Wives o Double-rin;: wedding vows were exchanged at 8 p.m. Friday · First Methodist church Linda Ann Ew-ing and Stephen Wilson. PARKNTS and ? Dearborn, the S. \Vils Virpn'l Troul, minister o[ Sun- ret Church of Christ, Lubbock, Tex., officiated at the ceremony, Mr. Trout is a cousin of the bridegroom. The church decorations were white gladioli and asters with hvo palms. The organist, Miss Kathryn HoH- man, Norman, the bridegroom's cousin, played traditional music. Ray Canhvcll, Lawton, sang "Wedding Pi-ayer" and "Wanting You." MI5S. KENNETH Jahnke. Wichita Falls, Te\.. sister oi the bride, was matron ot honor. She wore a turquoise polished cotton dress, si vied with a scoop neckline, short sleeves and lull pleated skirt. She carried a cascade bouquet ot white pompons rimed \\-nvo poarl jp series and a Serving the man was Franklin I. a w t o n. Us Jahnke, Wichita Falls, Tex,: David Maddox, Lawion: Leigh Swing. Oklahoma City, brother of the bride, and Stanley Wilson, La.wton, brother of the bridesrvoom. The bride was jriven in marriage by her father. She wore a floor length lar-e sheath designed with a scalloped neckline, I a p e v e d slrrves and a lace tra'n fastened nl the waist with a lanre Hat bow. HKR ATJr. of "illusion was held by a peau de soie flat rose. She carried a cascade bouquet of while yirnched chrysanthemums with | inc in asrricu'.iural journalism. H satin shower and a white orchid in was associate editor ol the "Wichi- Sffi.^^^^TM^" «* "C"' *»«'·»" «* which belonged to her great aunt. j wa!; named outstanding freshman Mr. and Mi's. Kwing were hosts ; Journalism student. In his sopho- for a reception in CuiTcll Hall ot ' more year, he was editor of the MRS. CLARENCE S. WILSON Hold Luncheon THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION-MORNING PRESS, Sunday, Aug. 25, 1963 25 Galloway - Barnard Vows Said FOK THK PAST two years, he : was co-hosisss. Ten guests attend- at lendcd Cameron college, major- i ed. .Mis. Myron Barbee and Mrs. Evert. Orr were hostesses lor the NCO Wives August luncheon. Approximately 45 persons attended the event, in the NCO club, Newcomers welcomed included Mrs. James L Carter, Mrs:. Orrin Rickman, Mrs,. William Ba'tse, Mrs. E. H. Adams; and Mrs. Robert L. Downes. They received corsages from the president, Mrs, Robert. Austin; Persons celebrating birthdays in August were also honored. They include Mrs. Joseph Simrris, Mrs. Ailred Kntuse, Mrs. John Van Pelt, Mrs. Homer Mundy, Mrs, .Tames Elias, Mrs. John C. Hen- throne, Mrs. Earl Horlon, Mrs. Norman Windsor, Mrs. Robert Solomon and Mrs. Richard Pace. Guests at the luncheon were I Mrs. Wendell Barron, Mrs. Carl Childers, Mrs. George Glaser, Mrs. Lee Riddle, Mrs. Charles Greendall, Miss Lillian Hines and Miss Mary Humphrey. For the program, Victor Greer .presented demonstrations on flower arrangements for the home. He presented a prize, an arrangement ot pink carnations, to Mrs. R. Frances E. Lebert, The next meetings oi the club i will include a board meeting Sept. j 3 in the NCO club, a business i meeting the following day, and the first meeting o[ the bowling lea- I gue Sept. 10. Persons who desire informalion about the league may . contact Mrs. Q. J. Underwood, at | ELM242. I i- · ^ I PERSONAL I Miss Patricia Nolan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Nolan, ]H15 N. i. has returned io Ventura, Cnlif.. aflf*r spending a nionlli with her paren'.s. A graduate of Ihe University of Oklahoma, she will teach in the Ventura school svslcm this fall. FREDERICK (Special) - The Frederick First Baptist church was the scene Saturday for the wedding of Miss Shirley Galloway and James L. Barnard Jr. The couple exchanged double- ring vows at S p.m., with the Rev, John 3. Shelton, pastor of Kelham Baptist church, Oklahoma City, officiating. A 15-branched candelabra centered the altar, and was flanked by a series of seven-branched candelabra holding while cathed.-al tapers. The couple knelt on a white satin-covered prie-dieu. Pedestal baskets held fountain airange- menls of while gladioli, and pyramid arrangements of huckleberry centered Ihe grouping of arched windows flanking the bridai path. Pandanus and fronds of fern and swags of sviiile silk cord completed ihe selling. · Mrs. DoyJe Perry played traditional wedding music on the organ, and accompanied Mrs. Bob Beasley. cousin of Ihe bride, who sang "Because" and "The Wedding Prayer.'' Mrs. James Defoor, Dallas, Tc.\,, another cousin of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a pink salin gown with bell skirl, with a large fabric rose at Ihe back. !ler headdress o( pink satin held a lulle veil, and she carried a bouquet of while chrysanthemums centered with pink roses. Bridesmaids were Miss Sheryle Mealor, Frederick: Miss Laura Johnson, Crowdei 1 ; and Miss Donna Cover. Earth, Tex. Serving as candlclighlers were Miss Jackie Hefner, Davidson, and Miss Ful bright, were ushers. F-ing- bearer was Gary Lee Kays, cousin ot the bride. A full-length' gown of imported hand-clipped Chantilly lace was worn by the bride, given in marriage by her father. The scalloped Sabrina neckline was embroidered with sequins and pearls, and :he graduated, lace roses formed oval curve on the back of the skirt, which swept into a chapel train, The long sleeves came to points at the wrists. Her only jewelry was a necklace belonging j jYrrierick to an aunt. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell from a pearl and crystal crown. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink aristocrat roses on a while satin Bible, with a white satin shower. Mr. and Mrs. Calloway were hosts for Ihe reception which fol- iowed. While satin covered the bride's table, which was centered wjth a pair of cherubs, white pompons and pink roses on a mirror. The four-tiered, cake and swags of net caught at intervals with clusters of wedding bells completed the setting. Mrs. Don Lynch, cousin of the bride, served cake, and Miss' Carolyn Hawkins and Miss Druzella Pace poured punch. Miss Pace also registered guests. Following a w'eddinj? trip to an j Fort Worth, Tex., the couple will establish a home in Frederick, where Mr. Barnard is employed at Fry Furniture company. I The bride will graduate from j r e e r c high school 'his sum| mer. She is a member of Gamma i Kappa, a Pink Darling at Tiliman Memorial hospital, member of the Order of Rainbow (or Girls, and received a piano scholarship from the University of Kansas, The bridegroom is a graduate o( Fredprick high school and attended Oklahoma State Tech. Okmulgpe. MRS. -JA.MBS B A R N A R D J K . Frances Hfisler, Amarilio, Tex., , cousins of the bride. They wore costumes identical Lo fhat o[ t h e ' honor a t t e n d a n i and Ihe candle- lighlsrs wore pink rose wrist corsages. James De/oor was best m a n . | J i m m y mid Tommy Holbrook, bro- ; tliers of th(! bridegroom, and Larry , P E R M A N E N T S ; 5.50 and up All Work Guaranteed We Feature Air Conditioned Hoir Dryers LENA MAE'S BEAUTY SHOP 1925 Arlington Dial EL 5-0179 Ki'rricern(r.T Atr Conditional the church. Decorations included "Cameron Collegian," floating glamellias in the center- .. .,, . ?ioce and white asters in a vase ^ lcff P resld e m o[ fn ? Oklahoma arrangement. Coliegialo Press association, he Assisting the bride with the gifts : is al=o a member o( ihe Oklahoma were Miss Doris Lamb. Miss Academy of Science, cadet captain Jane Sianion, Law.on. Mrs, Curtis . o[ KOTC Ballalion Staff and re- Coopcr and Mrs. Sianley \Vilson. ; cip'nt ot the Minor Boggs award ' Lawton. registered the guests. , ,'or best all around speech sru- Miss Sharon Mcirin and Miss ' dent. Kathy ZorsT. Lawion, p o u r e d : punch, and Miss Stcvie Hammond | He vill a junior at OU and ! and Miss Donicce Schotl, Law-ton, i served the cake. will continue his agricultural journalism major. He is employed as correspondent for a Texas news- THTK COrri.K lefi on a wedding ' paper. ; trip to Oklahoma Ciiy, and will be I The bride's parent* were host^ at home in Norman after Mon- · « or a rc hearral dinner Thursday : " R - v - i night in their home. Decorations : Mr. and Mrs Wilson arc siudenls ; included candles Hoating in water ! fit the University o[ Oklahoma, ! i\ nrc blue !nd gold. On the buf- ' Norman. Mrs. \\'.ilson. a .wpho- i rct tab]p w - as a m i n i flt t]rc bridal ' more, is majoring in clcmenlaiy , col , p | P in a i arcc coKc(: sm -roLind. education. | ^ bv lilic; of t n e va ]i cv . A 1P62 graduate ot Lawton high ' BChonl, she was a member oi Fu- j BRinK HONORKl) ture Teachers o.' America, Nation- \ AT SHO\VKRS al Thespian society, and the Horizon club. She attended Cameron college one year. The bridegroom graduated from La-wlon high school in 1961. He was a member of the Taller staff. Science club pi-csidrnt and 'first i place winner of the Honor society essay contest, He placed first at Cameron's Science fair and prc- Two prcnuplia] showers honored Mrs. Wilson. Approximately 70 . I ailended a courtesy in the home of Mrs. Fred Hammond, 2210 Chey- ; 1 pnne. Others hostesses were Mrs. : i W. H. Stanion. Mrs. Gertrude : Eugcne Lamb and Mrs. Bill Greenlee. sented ,1 research paper for the Ok- | The home nf Miss Donicce Schott Inhoma Junior Academy of Sci- i 401 Euclid, was the scene of the ence. i second shower. Miss Doris Lamb ! Scott 9 i Feature ·--Downtown --Cache Road Square another Peter Pan Look ribbon-iced... delectably priced! Want to feel pretty? Trythese prettily-ribboned Light Fantastics. They're breeze weight and a breeze to care for, coo! Bra of zip dry no-iron Zephaire batiste. Panry girdle of Lycra" the miracle worker. A. 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