Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas on September 29, 1946 · Page 57
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Abilene Reporter-News from Abilene, Texas · Page 57

Abilene, Texas
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Sunday, September 29, 1946
Page 57
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MRS. CHARLES SHERWOOD COOPER .Mary Ann Walton of Houston, Charles Sherwood Cooper Wed HOUSTON, Sept. 28--The gar den at the home of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Jesse Lanier Walton was thi scene of the wedding of thei: daughter, Mary Ann, to Charlei Sherwood Cooper, son of Mr: am Mrs. C. S. Cooper of Stamforo and Abilene. The Rev. L. Howard Grime read the double-ring ceremon; before a trellis banked with whit' crysanthemums, softly illuminat ed by hurricane lamps-, am wrought iron posts held cording to mark the pathway. Mildrec Milligan,' harpist, gave the wedding music. The bride given in marriage by her father, wore an original model gown of frost white silk mar- ganza over taffeta, designed on Victorian lines with drop shoulders, petal point sleeves, sculptured, bodice, pannier bustle and boiiffant skirt which extended into . a cathedral train. A deep bertha of Pointe de Venise lace edged the sheer yoke of illusion, and a coronet of stephahotis held her long veil of French illusion. She carried a prayer book overlaid with gardenias and stephanotis. Miss Jane Dumas, who attended the bride as maid of honor,.wore a chartreuse gown of net and tulle over taffeta, styled with moulded bodice and full skirt. Inez Neilson,'Rose Mary Jagou, Evelyn Rayzor and Marcille Hook, brides-maids, chose gowns of frost white satin and tulle over taffeta; fashioned in reflection of the Victorian period with drop shoulders, pouf sleeves, basques'and voluminous skirts. They carried bouquets of white crysanthemums tied with chartreuse streamers. Dr. Lewis Mills of Lubbock served as best man and groomsmen included Bill Kittrell, Bob Jackson, J. D. Jones and Leonard Draper. Rush Warren was ring bearer. A reception honoring the cou S le followed immediately. Jean ay presided at the bride's book and Rose Mary Harwell and Clare Smith assisted. Mrs. Walton, mother of the bride, was attired in a sequin- trimmed ashes of roses gown with a coiffure arrangement of chartreuse blossoms, and Mrs. Cooper, the groom's mother, chose a black crepe gown with a corsage of gardenias. The couple left'for a wedding trip to New Orleans, the bride wearing for travel an original model Adrian suit of raisin wool crepe with sequin-trimmed blouse, black felt hat, encrusted with pink sequins, and black,accessories. A corsage of gardenias completed her ensemble. The couple will return to Houston to make .heir home. Out-of-town guests included Mr. md Mrs. Cooper, parents of the Bridegroom, Mrs. Jack Jones, (randmother of the bridegroom, r. D. Jones, all of Stamford; Earl Chester, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dumas, of Fort Worth; T. J. Walon, grandfather of the bride, of "torsicana; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bourand, Pampa: Mrs. H. H. Neilson, Irs. Julius Purnell, of McKinney; Miss Jagou, of Drumright, Okla.; nd Miss Ray, of Dallas. The bride attended Stephens ollege where she was a member f Omega Psi sorority, and the University of Texas, where she was , affiliated, with Chi Omega orority. The bridegroom attend- d^McMurry college where he was member of Ko Sari, the Univer- ity of New Mexico, and Baylor niversity school of medicine, ·here he was a member of Phi .eta Pi. Bible Class Hosts Supper For Families BUFFALO GAP, Sept. 27 -- (Spl)-- The Buffalo Gap mens Bible class hosted a supper at the Presbyterian encampment ground! Thursday with their families as guests. Jack Hammonds, teacher of the class, had charge of arrange ments and was master of ceremon ies. P. H. Tally, Floyd Tatc, Ed Bil berry and Earnest Simmons assist ed with serving the supper. Attending were, Mrs. W. L, Ken. nington, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan K. Cox Mrs. Vallie Welch, Mrs. Gladys Prentice, Mrs. Bertie Bates, Mrs Sam Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Bates and son, Billy Don, Mr. am Mrs. C. E. Green and son, Ronnie Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Appleton and sons, B. D. and Gene, Pansy McRee, Jay Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hastings and children, Carroll and Charlotte, Mrs. Loren E. Trout Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Tally and son, Floy Lee, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Deal. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Stewart and sons, Kenneth and Perry, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Deal and son, Jerry. Joy.ce Illene Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Johnston, Amanda Dulaney, Mrs. Ethel Bigham, Mrs. Belle Young, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stock:on, Betty 1 Sue Hammonds, Mrs. Ernest Simmons, Mrs. Jack Hammonds and sons, Jack Jr. and Pat. Wylie Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Homa Tally, Mrs. Malcolm Skinner, J. L. Minatree, Glen Johnson, Mrs. Ed- Bilberry, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Clemmons, Zilmon Young, Mr. and Mrs. E. Short, Mrs. A. B. Tally, Mr. and Mrs. W. \VY Faulkenberry. B. M. Prentice, Luther Rose, Boblie Knox, Floyd Wayne Prentice, rlrs. -Floyd Tate and son Coy, Mrs. 'ohn Scoggins, Mrs. Verna Edmis- 'n, Jewel Johnston, Wayne Richrdson, Charles Scoggins, .and Mrs. iuth L. Cox of Topeka, Kans. erry Stephenson : efed at Dinner STAMFORD, Sept. 28 _(Spl)-- omplimenting Jerry Stephenson ride-elect of Merle Beaver, Mrs H. Blue and Mrs..Jack Fuqu hosted a dinner at the home of Mrs Blue Saturday. The tables were covered will madeira covers and centered wit! white tapers and floating pink gla dioluses. Places were marked with handpainted cards, ornamented with wedding bells and white sat in ribbons and holding scrolls Jerry and Merle, September 22. Guests.were the honoree and hei mother. Mrs. Henry Stephenson o: Fort Worth, her sister. Mrs. Leroj Brothers of Fort Worth, Mrs. Mei vin Whitefield, Mrs. Frank Kirkpatrick, Mrs. James High, Mrs. D L. Ashley and Dorothy Luck. Friendly "Saddle-Boys" look enough like his favorite shoes to have come from his closet --txcept for size! That's what's known is followinj in hii footsteps--and every mm loves it. "SADDLE.BOYS" by friendly *^Z M*** f 6.00 Lints's Department Store Our Prices Are OPA or Below Lawten Sammoni Visiting at Lawn LAWN, Sept. 28 -- (Spl)-Law- ion Sammons of Springfield, Ohio, who is spending « vacation visiting his brothers Jack and Charlie Sammons in Abilene, visited friends in Lawn this week. He is the ton of the late Mr. »nd Mrs. A. J. Sammons who were early settlers in this' community. This is the first, visit Sammons has made to Taylor county since 1917. Among his old friends here is Mrs. W. A. Sanders with whom he lived after the death of his parents. At that time Mrs. Sanders and her late husband lived on a farm east of Lawn. Since leaving Taylor county Sammons lived in California and then moved to Ohio where he has lived for several years. IHIMIIJH! S" WOMEN Fife 1 Sunday Morning, Sept. It, 1N« Maryland Guests In Hamilton Home Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hamilton of Baltimore, Md., are visiting his mother, Mrs. Kate Hamilton, and sister, Mrs. E. J. Sharp, 1749 North 2nd. Sunsft HD Group . Will Entertain Truicott Club MUNDAY, Sept. 28 --(AB)The Sunset home demonstration club voted to entertain the Truscolt club October 11 at the home economics cottage, during a recent meeting with Mrs. R. M. Alnianrode. The program consisted of Bible stories. Mrs. Bob Hicks led the devotional. Mrs. Dec Perry jave.the story The Pretty Face. Mrs. Gill Wyatt discussed The Worried Face. Mrs. J. S. Shannon talked on The Poor Widow. The group was dismissed with the Lord's Prayer. Present were Mrs. Dee Perry, Mrs. W. K. Pack, Mrs. T. J. Partridge, Mrs. Gill Wyatt, Mrs. Bob Hicks, Mrs. Harland Claborn, Mrs, Jerry Nix, Mrs. Bob Jarvis, Mrs. Joe B. Roberts, Mrs. J. E, Shannon, Mrs. E. E, Nix, Dianna Nix, Layne Womble and the host. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. E. E. Nix on October 3. Mrs. Lclond Hannah, Mrs. J. E. Rttvcs Host Munday WMS MUNDAY, Sept. 28 -(AE)Members of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Baptist church held a social meeting in the home of Mrs. Lcland Hannah. Mrs. J. E. Reeves was assistant hosl. Mrs. D. C. Swindle, president, was in charge of (he program. The next meeting will be October 21 in (he home of Mrs. A. U. Hathaway. Present were Mrs. M. H. Reeves, Mrs. D. C. Swindle, Mrs. C. R. Parker, Mrs. W. H. Albertson, Mrs. C. N. Smith, Mrs. Walter Skiles, Mrs. J. E. Reeves and Mrs. Leland Hannah. Jon let Jackson Ha» lirthday Ftto BRADSHAW, Sept. 27 --(Spl)-- Janice Jackwn celebrated her ninth birthday with a birthday supper and theater party at Winters and slumber party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jack- eon, in Bradihaw. Shirley Lusk, Virginia Hester and Shirley Pearce were guests. A family dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Nisbett honoring the fifth birthday of their grandson, Bennie George Scott. FARMERS HAVE GUESTS LAWN, Sept. 2S--(Spl.)-- Recent guests in the home of Mr. Mrs. M. H. Farmer were Mrs. Amos Lewallen and son, Jim, of Ovalo, Billie Jean Lewallen of San Angelo and Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Lewallen of Lawn. Somehow a good suit seems heaven-sent on so many occasions. It's always there . . . ready to wear beautifully . . . when you want to look your best. We've greys . . . calm and patrician in solid shades and in subtle stripes. Our Prices Are OPA or Below! Nationally famous brandf by Kir-hmoor, Sam Sil- berstein, Gilbert Originals, Adolpho Marc, and LilU Anne. 21.00 to 59.95 .· fV ·'·

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