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Shawnee News-Star from Shawnee, Oklahoma • 15

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Shawnee News-Stari
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Shawnee, Oklahoma
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15
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u- CtfmumA jiqwa JCUlcL factfWliL MtibjL Ruth Warren Anderson editor I SHAWNEE OKLAHOMA SUNDAY APRIL 21 1963 Miss Irwin is honored at lovely bridal shower 1 As a pie-nuptial eourte-y to Miss Celia Irwin the bride-elect of Charles Evans a miscellaneous snower was given Friday evening in the home of Mrs Charles Currie 712 Independence with Mis Paul Duffield sharing hostess honors with I Mrs Currie Upon arrival of Miss Irwin and the mothers Mrs Grant Irwin and Mrs Mack Evans they weie presented corsages of white iris by the hostesses Gifts for Miss Irwin were presented in a question and answer session that disclosed information about the future bridegroom and led to the unwrapping and dnplav of many lovely items for tncir new i home 1 The bride's table was done Mrs Mack entertamed by Mrs John Luhens who used Ijadles of the Round Xable in her intricately designed cloth tV home of her SKter Mr3- I of white linen and hand-drawn Bickhart 1612 Broad- squaresjiand made bv craf's-1 Hay Frlday afternoon I- A 5 il J- jdf Rose Society discusses plans for May rose show Dscusslon and plans for the coming Rose Show were the emphases when Shawnee Rose Society met in dinner session Thursday evening at Broadway Cafeteria President Tom Adams conducted the brief business session Schedules for the show- set for Mav 11 at the high school! gymnasium between the hours sfoes nVuf Yap' of 2 and 8 pm were dis- p5'1fhull rcslht of Plai tributed and announcements caLefUlly made and executed were made of added trophies The panel answeied many Mr and Mrs Bernard Gor-1' from lhe audlence-don owners of were' prizes furnished by present to present a lovely Shawnee Nursery were silver tiav that will be award- 1 awarded Mrs Paul Wilburn ed the best white rose of the won a Tuhn Armstrong rose show This perpetual trophy hush and Mr llburn won a will be awarded permanently Mr Tom Adams won a to the person winning three 1 rose bush years in succession and the A beautiful May basket of trophy will be replaced 1 garden flowers arranged by should this happen 1 Mrs Trucott from tne Shoshone'S will eive cut variet of flowers in ther m0St Pel ect i 1st' wiJVvfftwS" oArdX I BcSnM ita most Wet red me of IheAufun Mary show Shawnee Nursery will give cCd" am? Mr antf'inovMe secUon 1 and Mrs Bob bBoise! Mr! and novjce class i and Mrs Paul Wilburn Mr Kim bretv Nurseries will give and Mrs II Traugh Mrs two awards first and second I Neill Wiley Mr and Mrs places in grandifloras and Grover Eoardman i Mr and Mrs Jim Fnzzelle A ill Tmitson Memorial Af award will be given for the A Frank best old rose bouquet jGululy Mrs Till Roy James A panel of rosarians Mrs Mr and Mrs A A Gray Mrs Tom Adams Mr James Counts and Mrs Tom Fnzzelle and Mrs Tom Doug- Douglas i las presented the program 1 dealing with rose shows They were introduced by Mr Mey- er Mrs Adams gave detailed information on grooming roses to show She told how to cut and trim and informed on the foliage that is needed for winning exhibits Mr Fnzzelle dealt in main with transportation of exhibits and how to safely transport specimens to the show area Mrs Douglas covered the mechanics and procedures of a rose show She said a sue-1 men of Panama With this Mrs Lukens arranged a centerpiece of snapdragons phlox petunias and roes in delicate tones of pink and orchid combined with white Under an archway of ivy with a wedding bell in the center stood tiny bride and groom figurines for the shower theme accent In addition to Mss Irwin Mrs Grant Irwin and Mrs Mack Evan a special guest was Mrs RalDh Rikard of Sparks grandmother of the bridegroom A dessert course was served from a beautifully appointed table accented with spring flowers and presided over by I Mrs Tom Adams and Mrs Solomon The club collect was led by! Mrs Watson The routine of business was! conducted by Mrs Adams I president Education and was the lesson presented an interesting manner by Mrs Neely She stressed MISS LINDA LANIER engaged to Preston Farris MISS JOE ANN RAULERSON to be bride of James Reaves Plans of Miss Raulerson Mr Reaves are announced June wedding planned by Miss Lanier Mr Farris Announcement is made by Mr and Mrs Leon Lanier 8u6 Benedict of the engagement and wedding plans of their daughter Miss Linda Lanier and Preston Farris of Midwest City the son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Farris 113 Marshall The guest lit included Mrs I an awareness of need for piaces 0f education to be used' by individuals who had had their school life interrupted i for a number of years Tins phase of education was outlined from its beginning and the letters ESO were defined i and given proper emphasis in the plan She named the five centers for continuing education in the United States and poke pndefully of Kellogg James Bowles Mi's Leonard Carey Mrs Carl Cummings Roy English Mrs Harley Forston Mrs Hayward Hubbard Mrs Otto Krause Mrs JL Lawhon RC Leslie Mrs John Lukens Mrs Louisa McClellan Mrs McMorris Mrs Walter Morris Mrs Irvin Owen Mrs Riddle Mrs Duard Shop 1:30 PM Monday I Mrs I Mrs i Mrs Fred Rosenbaum Mr Shubert Mrs Tom Shoemake Mrs Sam I Webb Mrs Riley Williamson 1 Mrs A A McGuffee Mrs Gillespie Mrs A Gregg Mrs Llovd Monague Mrs Bll Lewis Mrs Joe Mon- kes Mi's Bill Werrell Mrs Wilson Sumner Mrs Ralph The engagement and approaching wedding of Miss Joe Ann Raulerson Earleigh Hall Oklahoma Baptist University Center for Continuing Educa-1 and james Reaves son of Mr and Mrs A Penn Reaves tion at Norman This center -d was then the subject of much EPulaskl ls by Mr andMr' Raulerson discussion by the group 1 The closing meeting 219 Lane Lakeland Fla parents of the bride-elect The couple has chosen June 8 as the date of their marriage at 830 in the Sloan in Lakeland The Rev Arthur minister Mrs Hughes entertains PEO chapter Mrs Hughes was ho-'- Ci e-s Thursday with Mrs i gaVson Mrs Gordon 1 JJ- Mcarls: Mrs Baptist Church in Lakeland Moran her eo-hoste-s in ah- pkhurhs Mrs Phl Parrish I Traugh Mrs Tom Adams sentia Williams Mrs Charles Dm-lllMWtS1' Mrs Hark Horn Mrs Mrs Hughes plnmnwon Mrs Neely Mrs Mrs Mclntire Mrs VaLsorl' Mrs Pander to OBU she was employed which will be solemnized Chapel cf Fust Eaptist Church Rich ill be the officiating Miss Raulerson is a graduate is a student at Oklahoma Richards Mrs Phl Parrish Stout Mrs A Mrs Robert Gaut and the I A graduate of Shawnee Midwest City The marriage will take place at 8 on June 22 in the Fii't Main Church of Ciuist Mr Charles Cosgrove minister of the Church of Christ at- tending Oklahoma Christian College will off mate Miss Lanier is a graduate of Shawnee High School with tiie class of lrG2 She was a mem-1 her of Tri-Hi-Y Pep Club and National Honor Society and was chaplain of FTA She is now a freshman at Oklahoma Cnristian College where she is a member of Berean Club is I sted on the Dean's Honor Roll and is secietary of Eaglcttes Tep Club as financial secretary of the First of Lakeland High School and Baptist University Before coming High School Mr Reaves is a senior student at OBU graduating in June hostess Mre Mack Mrs Jack i jIoward jrS- jph Robin- Chapter PP Son of Shreveport La and son of Shreveport Gold nxim at preceding an precemng I it meeting of Mrs Roy Elhthorn Mr Fairis is a I'tOl giaduate tb pgo in the home of Mrs of Shawnee High School and Hughes 11IJ2 Beard at'endrd East State 0n ablcs College Adi lie is presently U-shaped lovelv bouquets of QhMl AT were spring a ct'idcnt nt Centia! Col'lere Edmond At last Cential be was a member of Mi' Alrrrt Wiley ire Sicma Ti'J Gamma and piesidcnt of tie ilmpLr pre-C1 ib was on the varsitv bae- sided at the rou'ne of chapter bi'l team and was a member business in the absence of Mrs of Sociology Club At Central Kenneth Abernathy president! Mis Charles Day was liost-Stite wnere tie is majoiing Pre'-ent wue Mis A I ess Wednesday for a luncheon-n socologv and p-ycholocv Burks Mr- Donald I Co h- bridge as Geology Wives were le is a ne 'or of gma Tan Idne Mis Douglas Mrs her guests in the Nugget Room Iicshe I nrd Mis John of the Log House Gians Mis Jav Huffman The floral renterp ece of Mis Hughes Mi Heti- pm pie mums and white but-oen Keller Mr- les- ton mums was later given as a he Mrs Lov door prize to Mrs Ben Irvin Mrs Vic Wasson scored gh Mr Walter Morns Mr r( brldRe wllb Mrs Leroy Mrs loin Su'herland inning the second Owen Mis Piatt Mrs Wen led Pitter on Mrs Qupr attend ng were Mrs ill ri'Irr? I Ed Baker Mrs Jack Barrett Rowland jobn Cagle Mrs Juanita W'al i Mis Ji W'arixn and Mr- APrt Wiley Rake stuffed tomatoes in a modera'e oven for 15 minutes Gini so't dred api nots 1 or until tender Don't a nuts and mx with bake or tie toma'o skins will miivonniisr lisp a a sprea 1 burst and your effect will be for indwickc o' di'e bread spoiled Mti Cl'd r-tilled eim'teis of toe 1 siwnre Club "tuittig 1 n'terntKin tie home of Mi Clnton Giliiti'1 l2d Bros i a as Cpoq u-r an'val a ti'i 1 mol a was wrvrd fno an u'tiai tjv a 'te ru-J iu prs i in rr i trv in Ha pmi and Mrs Cu'hp rv oj it tons in White with Ibine with Ileige PUck Tatent 1499 JUNE is vf orcunj corner for oil the linely br'eics Let the House of Fcbrics Help you with Cur bcouiiful fobnej 7 1s I ir Si ds At aid 1 1 I I long i-11 1 let i i'd I ir I I of i i a i i 'e tosels 1 -i 1 1 1 1 a I I I 1 1 i I a I a' ef i i a 1 to 1 'e Tu'l lie Hit'fV Ji't rt ft I I id 1- 1 I p' tf -'ll LACC in mpny patterns 10 perfect for t'-e Jm Prole Bmiol SATIN cml PPAU CE SO I mony CL) white CMlffONj SILK l3tn ond embreij-frr Thre cue a fr cf cur many fabrics for p-e finite COTTON SATINS color cl tons 'ts wr 98c While test 'it ed tfit Ik wHh new rata 1293 Yd ff rfl lI CACfiCN TATlSTt AH rvtelc sir 159 4 mJe Nee tvt iflsnrj Yd I JkavzA HOUSE of FABRICS 1 1 1 1 O' Cull 1 114 test Mem fHon IR I-56J6 This i jour f'j'jil'tnily lo choose from luvt ptcvf lection of dpnng fashion in the wonderful wearable n'J hhoed sou hue! 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