The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 25, 1963 · Page 26
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Lawton, Oklahoma
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Sunday, August 25, 1963
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26 THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION-MORNING PRESS,.Sunday, Aug. 25, 1963 Garden Wedding Unites Couple FREDERICK (Special)--A Rarden wedding in Vemon, Tex., united two Oklahomans, Miss Lola Mac Kinder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, C. A. Kinder of, Frederick, nnd Lloyd Allen Kelly, son of Mr. wid Mi's. Clifton. Kelly of Davidson. The Rev. George Gibbs, pastor! of the Frederick Christian chuvch. rend the double-ring vows at S p.m. Friday, AUR. 16, in ihe garden of Mvs. Lorraine Kent, Verron. 'Vows were solemnized before an arch of 15 idittc candles. The) satin-covered prie-dicu was placed before the arch. Jade foliage and Woodwardia fern formed the background, nnd 9-branched candelabra Ranked the arch. On eilher side of the setting stood an arrangement of white stock and white chrysnntlicmums. Hanging lanterns and lighted floral effects I illuminatc-d the white aisle cloth j loading to the altar. Overhanging Mimosa trees and the lighted yard enhanced (he setting, Atlendnnts Listed Mrs. 0. C. Hai-por, Vernon. was organist, and acrompanied Mrs.' Bob Coprland, Frederick, who. sang "Grd Bless This Day" a n d ; "\Vr-dding Prayer." ! Miss Judy Kinder, Chattanooga, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Kathleen Smith. Frederick; Mrs. Robci-l Creighlon. Grandfipld, and Miss Mary Sue dower. Grandlield. They wore dresses of olive green silk organza over polished cotton and carried bouquets of yellow j Steve Kinder, the bride's neph. chrysanthemums. Miss Arlene | ew, was ring bearer. Hamm, cousin of the bride, was | --~ flowev girl, and was attired simi- ; larly. j Candles were lit by Ginger Kin-. rlcr. Chattanooga, and Pam Gant. i Frederick, the bride's niece and I cousin. respectively. Their dresses ' were like those of the other alien- j danls, and they wore wrisllels ot yellow chrysanthemums. · Attending the, bridegroom were Tommy'Basinger,.best man; Allen Saval, Robert'Brighton and Mike Kelly, ushers. '. . · The bride, escorted to the ·nltar by her father, wore a floor-length gown ot white satin, lace and net:, styled with' litled bodice, low sweetheart neckline and a full bouffant skirt which ex-tended to a train. The long'Jjlled sleeves came to a point over her wrists, and rows of lace trimmed the front of | the skirt j Carried Cascncle Bouquet j Her veil of bridal illusion fell lirom a Juliet cap encrusted with seed pearls. Her bouquet was a i cascade of gardenias, butterfly ; roses and sfephanotis. The bride's parenls and Mrs. Dent Smith were hosts Jor the re- ceplion \vtjch followed. A white organdy cloth covered the bride's table, which was centered with an arrangement ot white snapdragons in a silver bowl and a five-1 branched silver candelabra holding i white tapors and decorated with [ white roses and smilax. The three- j tiered wedding cake was decorated with yellow roses and small cupids. A silver punch service completed the selling. Mrs. Edgar Luther Hamm pour- j ed punch, and Mrs. Howard Oxford served cake. Guests were registered by Miss Gloria Burns and Mrs. Tommy Basinger, and organ music was played by Mrs. 0, C. Harper. Following a wedding trip to poinls ol interest in Colorado, the couple will establish a home east iof Frederick, Presbyterian Club Luncheon Is Held Tho Friendship club ot First Presbyterian church hrld a covered dish luncheon in fellowship hall of the church. Mrs. Clayton VaMer gave me invocation. Mrs. Murray Gilbert gave the devotion, "Hitting Rock Bottom." The afternoon was spent playinc games. Present were Mrs, G. M. Eair- Icy, Mrs. Frances Houston. Mrs. Elsie Champion. Mrs. F. \V. Hammond, Mrs. L. H. Fouts. Mrs. Ncl- lie Reoder, Mrs. Ruby Harris, Mrs. 0. R. Shores. Mrs. Mattic Cunis, Mrs. Vada Palmer, Mrs. James Dale. Mrs. Cloo W i l s o n . Mrs. S. G. Farmer. Mrs. Fannie \Ville;t. Mrs. John Coming, and two guests, Mrs. Minnetta Croft pnd Miss Linda Woodall. Gft the mattross that sleepy people and orthopedic surtrooiw on ... Furniture-Appliance -Since 1901- Will you go "Elegante" or "Sportive"? These are fashion's latest moods . . . giving an exciting new feel to new clothes and. accessories. But the look starts with your hair and summer's casual styles ore very much "old hair." A sleek new style w i l l cost so little! S P E C I A L ! A rtfriilar 510 permanent complr.lo. Include* shampoo, xct, und hnircut for only . _ _ 7.50 No Appoinrmenr Necestary! NEW HOURS: 7 to 9 Doily! 15 Employ ecu to Serve You: C^ana BEAUTY SHOP 1503 Sheridan Road EL 3-3357 PKonci EL 3-5535 DICK'S OUTLET 426 C AVENUE SPECIAL BACK-TO-SCHOOL SKIRT SALE! Over 400 fall and winter tkirti to -chooii from! All wool plaids, tolidl, checks, stripes. And the** famoui names: Bobbii Brooks, Bernard Altman, Hugo Freund, Brownii and others! Values to $15.00 Choice of Entire Group Sizes 5 to 20 Calendar SUNDAY Charity chapter 507, OES, Robert Morris -party, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maupin, 1713 Oak, 6 p.m, MONDAY American Gold Star mothers, Mrs. Jolin Wimberley, 190s Lake, 2 p.m. Lawton Tennis association, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Jennings. No. 29 N. 35th, S p.m. VFW post 1193 and Auxiliary, games night, VFW building, 926 S. Second, 8 p.m. TUESDAY Central Baptist WMU, church parlor. 9 a.m., 'Covered-dish luncheon follows. Senior Citizens club. Museum of the Great Plains, 7 p.m. Women of Beat Heights Presbyterian church, general meeting in church parlor, 7:30 p.m. Charity chapter 507, OES. initiation, Masonic temple, 1814 C, 7:45 p.m. Ladies Auxiliary lo VFW post 1193, VFW building. 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY First Methodist church U'SCS, coffee in Currell hali, 10 a.m. , District Girl Seoul neighborhood ' service team training, Sirs. Bert [ Hcrigstad, 1125A KiJbrelh Rd., Fort Sill, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. ' City Pair To Observe Anniversary Mr, and Mrs. Fred K. Barrel: plan a quiet celebration of theii 62nd wedding anniversary Tuer day in their home, 1S04 Bell Friends are invited to call or visi between 3 and 5 p.m. The couple was married Aug. 2' 1901, in Barrett, Kans. They hav. two daughters, Mrs. U. "S. Andrews, 1907 Dearborn, and Mis, Kalherine Barrett, Denver, Colo, Grandchildren are Dr. Barrett Andrews and Mrs. Robert Wood Lawton. The couple also have seven grea ftrandehildren. Mrs. Barrett, S2, is the formei Inez Matthews. Mr. Barrett. 91 was a volunteer :n the Spanish- American War and sheriff ot Marshall county for lour years. Later he was a prain buyer in Kansas and state urain inspector. After retirement, the couple came to Lawton. Mr. Barrett is a member of Henry Lawton Post N T o. 6, Spanish-American War Veterans. MR. AND MRS. FRED K- BARRETT R O A C H E S ? 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