The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on May 24, 1959 · 48
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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 48

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Sunday, May 24, 1959
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"HE DAILY OKI.AHOMAN C Sunday, May 24, 959 Pair to Reside In San Antonio Following Trip THE MARRIAGE rrf Miss Clan-In Ann ninkr nnd Ralph Joseph Nttroek was solrmniod at 10 m, Saturday in St. Joseph's ntholle church. The hrlde la it rtniiBhtrr of Mr. nnd Mrs. nel W. Blake, OIS NW IS, nnd fr. Wltlroek's parents are Mr. nd Mrs. Anthony II. Wltlrock, karrhe. nev. n. ). Uroussenu officiated t the ceremony, Mrs. .1. A. Tanning wns organist and .lean !rdy sang. Pedestal baskets n( ladlnll and palms dccorntcd the ltar. Mr. Blake Rave hla daughter i marriage. The hrlde wore a reas of white pcau de sole and ice styled with a Jeweled Sa-rina neckline. An Alencon lace at held her chapel-length veil nd she carried a cascade of pathcred carnations centered tith a white orchid. MISS ROSE ELLEN BLAKE tlrnrlrd her sister as maid of mnor and bridesmaid was Miss lennl nnsselt. Wichita rnlls, Texas. They wore Identl-al frock of pale hlne silk nr-;anra with emhroldered eyelet indices. They carried cascade inunnets of blue Marguerite laisles. Serving his brother as host nan was Leroy Witlrock, Oknr-he, and ushers were Harold Vltlrock, Okarehe. the bride-rroom's cousin, and Bill rhmees. Allnr boys were Tlny-nonri and Paul Witlrock, both of 'karche, A RECEPTION was held nt. he Blake home. Assisting were Wss Grace Marko, Miss Mary Mice Ciipll and Mrs. Donald Al wrl ncld. After a trip to Western Hills odga the couple will establish a mme at Lackland air force inse, San Antonio, Texns. Brunch, Shower Will Compliment Miss Paula Jones A brunch and miscellaneous shower will honor Miss Paula Kllzabeth -Jonea, bride-elect of William Ilobert Pntlherg, Tiles day. The event will be from 9:30 until 11:30 am. In the home of Mra, Charles Mayficld, Ada, and co-hostesses will he Mrs. Honnldj 'Black, Mrs. T. .1. Haugcn and Mrs. George Mncnobert, all of Ada. Miss Jones and her fiance will I ho married .luno 10 Jn Nichols Hills Church. Dr. Ttuport Nnney will officiate nt the B p.m. ceremony. The future bride Is Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. .Tones, 14ns Downing. Mr. Tnd-berR's parents are Dr. nnd Mrs. K. D, Pndhcrg. Ada. Residents Plan Trip to Europe (coN'riNiur.n mm rAnii an home nt 7 p, m, The party Is planned for the group who attended this year's Spring hall together nnd two. of them, the John W. Nicholses, will receive due bon voyngn nllenllnn. Mr, and Mrs. Nichols with son, t.arry, 1(1, nnd daughter, Petty Ann, H, will leave by let June (I to spend two months In F.urnpe. They'll en In Kng-land, France, Hnly, Switzerland, and Germany. While the rest of thrt family is In Kurope, the Nicholses' son, Kent, 0, will be al Camp Kcnm In Missouri. Mr. Ralph Joieph Wittroek Mrs. John Thomas Reynold Mm. William James Willhite Guest Event Set By Altrusa Club Altrusa cluh will hold a guest nigru .ursony a. tor iimmm h jn stl1lwnlcr. The couple tearoom. The dinner event will WHR married Saturday at R p.m. he at fl:M p.m. and guest speak-lin the First Presbyterian church, er will bo Mrs. Aline Jean Trea-!shawnt,e- ,tcv- l-aVcrne Koss nor who will talk on "A Music omeinten. Reynolds-Broker Nuptial Ceremony Held in Shawnee FOLLOWING A TRIP to Colo-.chids, roses and stcphanotis. ado Springs, Mr. and Mrs. John Mi. Marv jAcnhiia. Houston rhomns Hoynolds will establish awa, maid of honor. Bridesmaids Critic's Protest Mail." i rhe vocation committee, head-by Miss Gertrude McMoran, will be in charge of the meeting. Dr. I'nnnic I.eney Is chairman of the May committee. Delegates elected to represent the Oklahoma club at the Altrusa inlormitionnl'conventinn are Miss Sylvia Younger, 5M4 N Barnes; Mrs. Nina Brown, BO!) NW 2, Miss Dorothea Watson, nOOS NW Miss Kmmn Jordan, .1125 NW 22, nnd Miss Nell Chadd, m NW 3fi terrace. Mrs. Alma Johnson, 10.1 NW 48, governor-elect of District eight also will attend the convention which will he In July al the Kdgewnler Beach hotel, Chicago. The bride, the former Mrs. Mnryann Broker, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George I,. Carey, Shawnee. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reynolds, Woodward. Jim Hall, Elk City, was vocalist and Mrs. William W. Kcssler was organist. The church was decorated with baskets of pink gladioli, chrysanthemums, palms, fern nnd candelabra. GIVEN IN MARRIAGE hy her father, the hrlde wore a dress nf pink silk organza over taffeta with a scooped neckline outlined in Aloncon lace and tulle. Her veil fell from Juliet cap trimmed with seed pearls and sequins and she carried pink or- Tf7. unrl r.htnnl COTTONS " TALI SIZES ll i nip Bur "' 1 7 were Miss Billie Jean I,y1e and Mrs. George L. Carey Jr., Farm ington, N. M. They wore dawn pink organza dresses with wide satin belts. Their head pieces were Dior bows and they car ried baskets of pink daisies rosea and stock. EVAN REYNOLDS, Pittsflcld, Mass. was best man for his brother. Ushers were Mr. Carey jr., Farmington, brother of the bride; Wayne Boatman, Wood ward; Berry Bruce, Oklahoma City, and Duane Tloady, Ponca City. Voice Division Slates Session Voice division of the Ladies Music club will meet Monday at p.m. Hostess will be Mrs. H. Wallace jr., 1416 Sher wood. Assisting will be Mrs. Bill Sharp, Mrs. G. Ray Pennington and Theodore Wheaton. Mr. Wheaton will be program chairman and will also appear on the program which will be on Gershwin and MacDowell. Others who will present the program will be Mrs. George Leadbettcr, Mrs. George Gilroy, Milan Dun-lap, Mrs. David Chester, Mrs. Josephine Chastain, Mrs. Elena Fcls Nolh, Mrs. Joe Schwartz, Mrs. Luolla Nixon, Mrs. Robert Harry and Miss Doris Youngs. Myrna C. Moore Becomes Bride THE MARRIAGE of Mlu Myrna Carolyn Moore, Kansas City, and William Jamea Will-hit waa solemnized at I p.m. Saturday in Crown Htlghti Christian church. Rav. J. Clyde Wheel er officiated before arrangements of fern, white gladioli and white tapers. Candelabra holding white tapers lined the center a 11 The bride la the daughter ot Mr. and Mn. Sterling M. Moore 3209 NW 33. Mr. Wlllhlte It the son of Mrs. John Dunham, Kansas City. Traditional music was presented by Mrs. Joe Flgg, organist, and Miss Sylvia Yeoman, vocalist. GIVEN IN MARRIAGE by her father, the bride wore a bal lerina-length dreas of Chantilly lace over taffeta and tulle. It was fashioned with a scalloped Sabrina neckline and bouffant skirt. A pearl crown held her veil, and she carried a bouquet of white feathered carnations and gladioli florets centered wit a wnit orchid. Mrs. Richard . Dowling at tended her sister as matron of honor, and Mrs. Neal McCollum, Kansas City, was the bridesmaid. Their cocktail-length frocks were of lavender silk organza, styled with sleeveless bodices, scoop necklines and full skirts, Their headpieces were lavender Dior bows holding brief veils, and they carried lavender majestic daisies. Robert Willhite, Kansas City, served his brother as best man. Mr. Dowling was the grooms man, and ushers were Robert D. Moore, Jimmy Moore, cousins of the bride; Mr. McCollum and Jerry Wiggs. Following the ceremony a re ception was held at the church, 11 Mill Eerline Florence Nugent June Ceremony Planned by Pair MR. AND MRS. EARL B. NU-GENT, Oils, La., announce the engagement of their daughter, Mlu Earline Florence Nugent, to Jerry Lee Chapman, am of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Chapman, 3305 Venice. The wedding will be June 10 at I p.m. In Free Methodist church. Rev. R. E. Butterfleld will officiate. The bride-elect Is a graduate of LaSalle hlghschool, OUa. Her fiance Is a graduate of Classen highschool and Kemper Military academy, Boonville, Mo. He also attended Oklahoma State university. Wives Club to Meet With Mrs. L. V. Hise Mrs. Lloyd V. Hise. 1509 SE 64. will be hostess to the Delta Sigma Pi Wives club at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Assisting hostess will be Mrs. James H. Hurst Penguin Eggs Sent To French Eaters CAPE TOWN (WNS) - Pierre Mervandelles, representing the French Gastronomic society, has arranged for shipments of penguin eggs from the Dassen Island breeding grounds to France. Every fall several thousand eases of eggs are taken without reducing the total penguin population materially. In France they will be served as "penguilctte Sud-Africaine." h iktlched . . . cmbrnirlered tollim ylel In bltk ir red its vhili . , , ilm in 10 H H U.95 CHASM SUOOIt IAYAWAY wardroht jnr TALIS StniNG CCNTKK J.W. . . . Mlh WESTERN The New JJudwMi Beautiful Holloware Special f-itrcliade Price! EJL i Sbuk by WALLACE . Sparkling silverplate Buffet Dish by Wallace. CC'QS Large 16" x 121j", all purpose silver platter to .) 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Cnll-awny Is duplicnle bridge cbnlr-mnn nnd Mrs. Cnrnlyn Ciipk Is director. TO END ITS SEASON, Hie Wcdnesdny Study club will have a picnic nnd swim pnrly for members' hushnnds Sunday al the T Winsion M.on home .Swimming slarls nt r. pin ANNUAL SPRING DANCE i.f the French Heclr, chib Friday at Ihe Oklahoma Cily Golf and. Counlry club. llnur f.eraldlna Hnllinger U club president nnd .liuly ig-' " charge of the dance nrrnnce-menl. Use Rhubarb Rhubarb makes a deletions eantributinn to an upside down cake. Treat it as ye-,i wrwld the pineapple usually used. Vtul remember that rhubarb needs mpnr aplenty to cwcctcn it. i t M j - .lce Siurda i t P.M. Open J Fl 11 ', m M J An ,111 nj inJii iihuiuty. . . . It it important to be swaie of the tylr and fashions ol the rlav Nut the propeilv lurnishrH home will retain,' too, a personal air of inrlivMu ably. Doroiby Haggard's rlecoratot rr'ice will help you dioote pieces which hcsl reflect j-our uie and prcfcicnces. 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