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Denton Record-Chronicle from Denton, Texas • Page 15

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0 0 0 1) i PLEA'S SUMMER WEDDING Mrs. John Shelton of Route 2, Pilot Point, has announced the approaching marriage of her daughter, Bonita, to Morris Morgan Jr. of Frisco. The couple is to be married Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Calvary Baptist Church in Pilot Point.

Formal invitations are not being sent. The bride-elect is a senior at Pilot Point High School. The bridegroom-to-be is manager of the Morgan and Wade Feed Store in Pilot Point. MISS MING, LAWRENCE DOWNE PLAN A SEPTEMBER WEDDING Mr. and Mrs.

Morris Milton Ming of Garland have announced the engagement of their daughter, Sue. to Lawrence Ray Downe of Dallas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Herbert Downe of Justin. Miss Ming is senior at TWU where she is a member of Pi Lambda Theta Sorority.

Downe is a graduate of Arlington State Junior College, and Texas Tech where he was a member of Alpha Zeta Fraternity. The couple plans a Sept. 1 wedding at the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Dallas. TREMENDOUS A more than on long-leg SKIPPIE3 tormfit SALE PRICE 6.99 Reg. price $9.95 LONG-LEG SKIPPIES BY FORMFIT Thigh slimming long legs Waistline styling for freedom Satin elastic panels front an'd back for flattening i First quality Formfit girdle, sale priced for a limited Style 869.

White. S.M..U Formfit Fiber Kacts: all elastic of rayon, cotton and rubber. ROMANCE BRA Parties Fete Linda Banks LEWISVILLE NEWS BUREAU LEWISVILLE Climaxing a series of prenuplial parties, Miss Linda Banks of Lake Dallas, bride- elect of Don Hood of Lewisville, was honored with a shower and a tea. Miss Banks was honored with a shower last Friday night at the John R. Martin home near Lewis ville'.

Hostesses were Misses Mary Martin, Jean Morse, Sue Cunning ham, Becky Culpepper, and Jim my Ramsey. White frenched carnation corsages were presented to the ho noree, her mother, Mrs. Raymond Banks of Lake Dallas, and Mrs. Truman Hond, mother of the prospective bridegroom. Focal point of the serving ta ble was an epergne arrangement of baby chrysanthemums, stock and tapers.

Thirty guests attended. Mrs. C. J. Frank of Ponder was hostess for a tea Sunday.

Her co-hostesses were Mmes. Price Seaborn, Earl Wakefield, Tom Spalding and Miss Carol Frank Twenty guests attended. The serving table was laid with a pink satin cloth, overlaid with pink net which was caught at intervals with clusters of orchid daisies. Centering the table was an arrangement of orchid daisies and white stock, flanked with tapers in candelabra. A gift of her chosen china pattern was presented to Miss Banks by the hostesses.

SUCllUN WO--FAUUi lMtUs.k Miss Campbell, M. T. Smith Exchange Vows At Sanger DISTINCTIVE APPAREL FOR SMART WOMEN SOUTH SIDE SQUARE SANGER (Special) Miss Nan cy Elizabeth Campbell of Sangei and Millard T. Smith of Argyle exchanged wedding vows Friday night at the Sanger home of the bride's aunt, Mr. and Mrs.

R. C. Willis. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs.

Tom Campbell of Route 2, Sanger and Mr. and Mrs. W. Smith of Route 1, Argyle. Paul Cantrell, minister of Denton's Welch Street Church of Christ officiated in the double-ring ceremony.

Mrs. Bob Burgoon of Denton provided traditional wedding selections, and Bob Burgoon sanj "0 Promise Me," and "Through the Years." The ceremony took place before the fireplace which was decorated with baskets of greenery and gladioli. White tapers, jade foliage and gladioli buds were arranged on the mantle. The bride wore a gown of imported ivory satin which was fashioned with a high neckline, framed with a bertha collar. The collar was heavily embroidered with iridescent beads and seed pearls.

Tht fitted bodice was emphasized willi a slender point at front and back, extending below Ihe waistline. The sleeves tapered to petal points over her hands. Tim bouffant skirt swept into a train. The bride's fingertip veil of silk illusion, edged with Cbantilly lace, extended from a bonnet type cap of lace and satin. She wore a strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom, and pearl earrings, a gift of her grandmother.

She carried a cascade bouquet of stephanotis and a white orchid atop a white Bible. The bride's college roommate, Miss Carolyn Vaughn of Saint Jo, was honor attendant. She wore a mist green dress of silk organza over taffeta. The dress featured a fitted bodice and a bouffant skirt. She wore a matching hat, and carried a nosegay of white frenched carnations.

Miss Beth Ross and Ernest Brewer both of Fort Worth and cousins of the bride, lighted the candles. Miss Ross wore a pastel yellow silk organza over taffeta dress with a matching hat. She carried a miniature frenched carnations. nosegay of MRS MILLARD T. SMITH Former Nancy Elizabeth Campbell leaf green silk sheath with white accessories and a while orchid corsage.

Awaiting his Air Force assignment, the couple will reside in Sanger temporarily upon return from a wedding trip to Ruidoso, N. and the Carlsbad Caverns. The bride's mother wore a dress of pink embroidered sereda. The bridegroom's mother wore a blue embroidered eyelet dress. Both wore orchid corsages.

Dale Reeves of Denton was best man. A reception followed the ceremony. The bride's table was laid with a white cloth, and the bride's bouquet was displayed. Members of the bouse party were Misses Beverly Burl, Vicki Brewer Jenny Campbell and Mmes. R.

C. Willis, Homer Matney and Earl Ross. The bride is a graduate of Sanger High School, and NTSC where she was a member of Alpha Chi Sigma Tau Delta, Pi Delta Ph: and Junior Mary Arden Club. The bridegroom is a graduate of Denton High School, and NTSC where he was a member of the Arnold Air Society and the Industrial Arts Club. He received his commission as a second lieutenant in the Air Force.

For traveling, the bride wore BIRTHDAY CORINTH (Special) Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Cates went to Athens Sunday for the birthday celebration of Mr.

Gates' grandmother, Mrs. Lucy McElhany. She was 89. Miss Standifer, Jack R. Keene Exchange Vows 'Miss Beatrice Standifer of 222 Normal, and Jack Richard Keene of Bonham were married Friday night at Dcnton's Grace Temple Baptist Church.

Rev. Joe E. Morris officiated in the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

M. L. Standifer of Krum and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.

D. Keene of Bonham. The church altar was decorated with twin baskets of white gladioli, stock and greenery, flanked with candelabra. Miss Pat -Keene, sister of the bridegroom, presented traditional wedding music at the organ and accompanied Mrs. Annette Keller who sang "Always," "Whither Thou Goest" and "The Lord's Prayer." Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a full-length gown of white satin which featured a fitted bodice, brief sleeves and a cummerbund tied in back.

She wore satin elbow-length mitts. Her finger-tip veil of illusion was caught to a coronet of lace and seed pearls. She carried a white Bible, topped with gardenias', stephanotis. lily of the valley and orange blossoms. Miss Reba Stnr.difer was her sisters maid of honor.

She wore blue silk orgnnza ove' tnffcta gown which featured a brief sleeved fitted bodice and a softly pleated skirt. She carried a nosegay of gardenias and carnations. The bride's mother a gown of pink lace and the bridegroom's mother.wore a beige lace ensemble. Both wore white rose corsages" Weldon McKenzie of Bonham was best man. Ushers were Milton Standifer, brother of the bride, Kenneth Seale and Max Kidd.

A reception followed in the church fellowship hall. Members of the house party were Misses Bess Cofer, Lavon Herschman, Laura Maples and Vickie Kannady. The bride is a graduate of Krum High School and attended NTSC. The bridegroom is a graduate of Bonham High School and attended NTSC. He is credit manager at the Sherwin-Williams Co.

in Bonham. The couple will reside in I Bonham. MRS. JACK RICHARD KEENE Former Beatrice Standifer Center Point HD Has Guest Day Center Point Home Demonstration Club observed guest day Thursday at the clubhouse when Mrs. Lee Dalrymple arranged a display of home demonstration club work.

display build ins, sewing projects, cooking. fv-n? ar r't angementS and a a president. Mrs. VirgUAdams I door prize, a loaf of Mrs. J.

Pitt welcomed guests ('home baked bread. Mrs. Van Tay- and Mrs. Cantrell Hayes told the lor was hostess to 27 history of the club. She recognized charter members and past presidents.

Mrs. George Inman discus- ed the 4-H club work sponsored by the club. Mrs. David Duncan, county agent, explained the work of the agency and clubs, and stressed the importance of enlisting young homemakers. Among the guests were' Mrs.

BPW Member Named District Leader LEWISVILLE NEWS BUREAU LEWISVILLE Miss a a Jones of Lewisville's Business Professional Women's Club, has been installed District 1 director for the 4lst annual convention of (lie state group. Six members of (he Lewisville Club attended the three-day convention in Abilene, Mrs. M. L. Betrand.

president; Mrs. W. D. Crawford, Mrs. Ola Quinn, Miss Bobbie Bellah.

Miss Martha Carroll and Miss Jones. State officers installed are Miss Elizabeth Tandy of Fort Worth, resident; Mrs. Hope E. Conroe, Lubbock; Houston: Mrs. Mrs.

Modell Scruggs, Cordya Jarvis, Brownwood; Mrs. Thelma H. Jar- Marshall, and Mrs. Odessa J. Clark, Fort Worth.

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