Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 15, 1959 · Page 15
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!" Hit IHft PAMPA/DAILY NEWS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1959 15 Mary Frances Cantrell Repeats Vows With Carl Langford Jr, On Valentine's WELL .... hardly know where to begin this week .... seems as if this fime of year, things are up in the oif, so to speak . . , . we are coasting along on the momentum from Christmas, r but not yet ready for the coming Spring with its renewal of ,- energy .... all the clothes in the wardrobe are old ond drab, ond even favorite dresses don't look so nice any more, ot least it seems that way ... just a sign of the times, we guess •••.... and also because all the new Spring clothes ond fabrics ore coming out in stores .... Easter is quite early this year, It seems to us .... and we are ready for it. ""^^ ^H -u"---« ALL AROUND THE MULBERRY BUSH ... simply must say how grand the coffee or Open Hause Benefit for the March of Dimes was .... we never saw so many people .... it was held, as you know, in the home of Mrs. Joe Gordon on Tuesday of last week .... and was hostessed by members of the Twentieth Century Club .... we were absolutely bowled over by the stunning color scheme of her home. . . .the living room is in white, grey, black, ond yellow .... and is the most restful room we have seen in a long time .... and has some perfectly lovely.accessories in brass, tile, and mosaic .which the Gardens have acquired in Mexico at various times .... but most striking of all was the three-foot "stabile" on the stair-landing . lit by a spotlight, and made of fantastic metal shapes intricately woven, it was indeed fascinat- - ing . . everyone remarked on it . . . heard it was made by Dord Fitz, the Panhandles "circuit riding artist" . and in the living room, over the coffetable was a handsome kap- pashell hanging light fixture with seedpod-like shapes "• hanging .... it was very intresting .... such a wonderful home and not at all what one expects to see inside a rather Colonial house .... our hats are off to Anna Lee . . . . Adrienne Foster was wearing a stunning two-piece ribbon- knit dress .... of a rich orangey brown that was one of the most beautiful creations we have seen in ages ... and we understand that she made it herself! .... and we have seen Mrs. E. E. Shelhamer working on a blue-ribbon knit . . . .wonder if she also is going to be so enterprising as to create for, herself a beautiful dress .... we shake our heads at such ambition and persistence as it must take to knit a dress . . . we can't even get some mittens done. WE ARE GRADUALLY working our way through the blank 'sheet it takes to make up this column .... have seen the Floyd Imels and the A. J. Beagles tanned and healthy-looking after their vacation in Phoenix, Arizona they were planning, when they left, you know, to go to San Francisco, suit with avocado green accessories. After Feb. 38th, the couple will be at home in A man lid. SHOWER Just prior to her marriage, Mrs. Langford was honored with a miscellaneous shower'on January 31 in the home of Mrs. Eugene Richardson of White Deer. Red and white, the bride's chosen colors, were used in the decorations. Pauline Brown presided at the guest register. Helen Ruth DeShane served punch. Valentine cakes, nuts and punch were served from a while linen covered table centered with red carnations and candles. Approximately seventy attended or sent gifts. Panel Discussions Planned By AAUW A panel discussion, "Who Makes Up Your Mihdt", will b* the basis for the program of th6 February meeting of the American Association of University Women on Tuesday evening; at f:30 in the City Club R/xmi, Appearing on the panel wilt be! Linda Skewes, Student Body P>es-j ideht from Pampa High School ;| Henretla DeNardinl, representing! the view point of a person from a< foreign country in America- Mrs. | Kenneth Walter, .junior High 1 School counselor, discussing the; younger teen-ager's views; Mrs.! John Myers, representing the homemaker and mother; and Miss 1 Nova Mayo, speaking from the Turner; lAJ ommA froris £. Wltftm t)aily ttew* women'! Editor adult's angle. Miss Sybil will act as moderator. Hostesses for the meeting will guests be Mrs. Earl Casey and Mrs. Hershel Wilks. Impressive Service Installs Miss Brown As Worthy Advisor Of Rainbow Order Miss Kristi Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brown, south of the city, assumed the office of Worthy Advisor with 19 j guests, Marsha Brims, grand rep- oth^r officers of Pampa Assembly | resentative from Vermont to Tex Following the introduction of her father and little sister, Sylvia.! Miss Brown introduced honored No. 95, Order Of the Rainbow for Girls, in an impressive installation held recently before family and friends. Her officers are Marianna Perkins, worthy associate advisor; Glenda Finkelstein, chairty; Gail Chisum, hope; Judy Neef, faight; as; Mrs. Eunice Spedr. Grand Visitor; Jo-Ann Speir, Past Grand Confidential Observer: and Shirley Mankhouse. past junior member of the Grand Examining committee. Miss , Brown w a a escorted through the Rainbow Garden yc California ... but they had so much they just stayed on the whole time fun in Phoenix that seems -there were Miss Mary Frances Cantrell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Paul Cantrell of White Deer, exchanged wedding vows with Carl Langford Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Nora Wells, recorder: Susan Qui-j where she was presented with a ble, treasurer; Marjorie W a r d.! flower representing each color sta- chaplaln; Susan Kay, drill leader; i lion. Priscilla Goodwin, love; Elltenej The new Worthy Advisor receiv- Jones, religion; Gay Ann Sim- Jed her Worthy Advisor's pin from mons, nature; Paula Bullard. im-jKay McMurray at the same time mortality; Mary Alice Coombes, JMirs Brown presented the Past fledlity; Karen Bonnell, patrio-j Worthy Advisor's pin to Miss Me- tlsm; Linda Warden, s e r v i c e; | Murray. Linda Gray, confidential observ-j Kach of the new officers carried or; LaNell Kiley, outer observer; ! a rainbow. A huge Rainbow and Pol O' Gold in the east decorated the Assembly Room. The worthy advisor's favored colors of red and white were carried out in the table decorations, feminine attendants were dressed jSharron Summers, marshal; Kay: where a white net cloth highlighted with tiny red bows was centered with a rainbow surround- Mrs. Carl Langford Jr. (Photo, Clarence Studio) and Doris Langford of Amarillo, Linda Meech, choir director; Sue j Carole Crumrine, musician. Serving as installation officers were Sylvia Grider, installing of- sisters of the bridegroom. Thejfieer; Linda Skewes. chaplain; j feminine attendants were dressed iSharron Summers, marshal: Kay: identically in street-length dresses j McMurray. recorder: all Past of red taffeta fashioned with scoop: Worthy Advisers of Pampa As- horse-roces in the daytime. . . and dog-races at night and between the two activities they were fantastically busy and Carl Langford, Sr., 1632 E. 15th, j necklines. They carried flowing, sembly. Amarillo. in the White Deer First; cascades of while Dutch Iris with Baptist Church on February 14 at!silver and white tufts and stream- 7:30 p.m. with Rev. Harold Elliot! ers. Johnny Joe Copeland of Amaril-; Jo, bridegroom's cousin, was best, ring vows. iman. Groomsmen were Granvilej The chance] was centered with'.Davis. Fred Nunley. Vernon Mil-! a life-size heart entwined witlvier. all of Amarillo. Seating the. : Ivy and red carnations j wedding guests were Don Brar.il,. ,vith an arched candelabra;Paul Jones, both of Amarillo, cathederal tapers. Floor! Miss Geneva DeShone of Am- derful friends here who will miss her . and both of them'standard of red gladioli and double jorillo, bride's niece, was flower hove been wonderful residents . . . . we HEARD . ond we | columns of white stock with a girl and carried a. miniature bou happy ... more power to them . . . . but we're happy they came back to Pampa and didn't just stay out there perman-j ently! .... and speaking of trips . . J. R. and Zee Holloway are planning a gay, mad whirl in Las Vegas, Nevada . . . .and that's just the place for it. . . .my word . . . . the adventures Pampa people do have . . . . and Brian Thorleyj Jeft last week for France .... understand Pmpa will soon;flanked 'be losing its English couple . Blanche made many won-1 holding Installing musician was Lynn; Ford. Worthy Advisor-elect of Bor- gcr Assembly No. 07. Mrs. Kunice Speir, Grand Vi?i-; tor, installed Mrs. Howard Brown 1 as Mother Advisor. She also installed the advisory board. Owr>n Handler, Past Worshipful Master. Pampa l.odcre No. 9fifi. presented the gavel of office to Miss Brown. .con be wrong, that Bob Vail is on his way across the Pacific to Austraila wonderful, if true how Claudine could let him get away by himself without going with him on such a jaunt is more than we know and while we are on the subject, we may as well do it up brown and mention the trip to Brussels for Mrs. J, R. Spearman and her daughter, Nina . . . . it seems Nina has been awarded a study course by the airline for which she works .... and has to go to Brussels, so she is taking along Mrs. Spearman to join in the fun . . my word, but tnis is getting to sound like a mass exodus from the city, isn't it? i ~ i ~ irn " ^ LL ~^ ON AND ON the ocean rolls and on and on we type until .our fingers are flat on the ends like a piano players. we background of Woodwardia palms completed the. decor, which was encircled by a white colonial fence and white satin roping. The bridal aisle was marked with broad satin ribbons and a crimson velvet aisle carpet. Pews of honor were marked with colonial columns garlanded with fern and cupids holding floral nosegays. "O, Perfect Ixive," "I'll Walk Besdle You," was sung by Marshall Gordon of Amarillo accompanied' by Mrs. Buddy Steven of Canyon at the organ. BRIDE Given in marriage by er, the bride wore a gown of while think that Marion George deserves a vote of thanks for thej net and lace over sat(n fashioned with a fitted bodice, tapering to a job she has done with the adult education meetings this ^ ___ ^^ ^ ^ year.' . .in particular those of the Great Religious discus- Spirit "in" the* back and closed with ' sions. . ...she has done a lot of work to put the thing over j tiny buttons, from which was at. . . and speakina of it, last Thursday was a very interesting;tached the bouffant skirt of net meeting of this ''doss" with Mrs. Robert McCarthy of Ama-;and lace which formed huge rillo, who talked about Islam. . . .Mrs. McCarthy is a native > scallops on each _ side of the skirt. Lebanese. . . .and was very interesting. . .golfing often these days are Ellen Campaign and Eva Kitchens. Thorley and Barbara Dobbin. .and Sally and the two Halls quet identical to the honor attendant*. Miss Linda Gail Miller of Amarillo, bride's cousin, wearing a wristlet of white stock blossom 1 ! carried the rings to the altar on a heart-shaped pillow of satin and lace. The young- attendants wore identical skirts of red taffeta and blouses of white satin. The bride's mothej, Mrs. Cantrell, wore a dress of Baby Blue lace. Mrs. Langford, mother of the, bridegroom, chose a wool suit of French Blub. Their off-shoulder corsages were of white carnations. Mrs. Howard Brown of Amaril- her fath- Io. bride's sister, was guest reg- bateau was edged isterar. RECEPTION A reception was held in the social hail of the church, immediate- The with tiers of tulle ruffles centered with a sil- ly following the ceremony, serving table was draped floor-length bridal satin and ver candelabra holding white tap- handclipped lace jers. The tiered wedding cake was the long sleeves, [served by Mrs. Keith DeShane, ... , r, i . / i" • \ n which terminated to points at the [Bride's sister, of Amarillo. Mrs. .Lil and Ruthie (no relation) are Otten wriatg she wore a finger-tip Veil Harold Sorrell of Dumas ladled the seen together playing the strike and walk game .and we of French ni us ion falling from a!punch. saw Frances Hofsess playing last Sunday . .that was a rear'calot cap of iridescent sequins, j Mrs. Langford wa s graduated wing-ding put on by the Rotorians for their wives last week! The bride carried a long, slend-jfrom White Deer High School and . . . .the annual Valentine party .at the Country Club . . . !er bouquet of white Starlight roses'is employed by the American over two-hundred people showed up for the festivities . .{interspersed with stephantois show; Quarter Horse Association. Mr. and enjoyed immensely the color slides and talk presented by ered with white florets, white and.Langford was graduated from Am- Miss Florence Coffee of Canyon on Australia. Arthur and^er ™* mm ^ j^"° ™f ^ ^nfL* He'ls Jeanette Aftergut were there^ and the Joe Tooleys and ^Morris of Amarillo employed M supervisor by Pink- Frank and Camta Fata, .the E. 0. Wedgeworths. . .ob- WM mai(1 > of honor Serving M!ney Packin(r company viously we have got to stop somewhere in mentioning names of brl(lfrsmajds were Misg Judy j For a we dding trip, the bride, > those there, considering the two-hundred we mentioned above! Rnodes of akel | ytown Misses Ninaitravelled in a dark brown wooli ... but we don't have to stop talking about Valentine parties 1 ... .for instance the Sub Deb Valentine Ball was a huge; success. and the decorations were very attractive .huge! cupids. and hearts. . . and Linda Kay Buchanan was surprised! and deliriously happy when she was chosen Queen of the Ballj ... her attendants were Carolyn Hudson and Jan Foster . . , and they made a sweetheart pretty picture for the occasion j . . have you seen Johnny and Fern Hines in their new Cadillac? .... and also Mrs. J. H. Kelley in her pink one . . Bill and Penny Nichols have a new baby girl we're happy that the Floyd Watsons are not leaving Pampa after all hope Perlei Mitchell is recuperating nicely after her bout with the icy Streets . . a nice new couple are Jerry Boston and his pretty new wife, Mary Beth heard that Ruth Nenstiel has redone her house, and that she has a dream of a kitchen with one of those gorgeous new hanging electric ranges with an instrument panel which looks as if it would compete with that of a jet plane in complexity Bill Hunt has a cute little boy named Jimmy who looks like his daddy and we bet he can jing, too. Mrs. Fred Ammeter, party chairman for the March of Dimes Benefit for Kappa Kappa lota certainly did a fine job . orchids to her last Saturday, a week ago, . there was another party shindig in Amarillo Helen and Ruff Huff went and Florence Jackson amongst others we feel sure, from Pompa .the occasion was a huge art exhibit of the work of sculptor Bartsch and painters Elaine deKopnig and Charles Bunnell heard that it was a fin« exhibition sponsored of course by the Dord Fitz galleries, what a Mcious trip was had this week by Ray Wil- ed by red and white flowers. Mrs." David Mills To Attend Meeting Of Church Women Corpus Christi will host the United Church Women of Texas on Feb. 17-19. when the organization celebrates its 25lh unn ; ver- "ary. Registration will begin at ') a.m. on Tuesday in the First Methodist Church. Mrs. David Mills, wife of the Lamar Christian Church minister Mrs. James Edward Wooley Flora Glenn Simons James E. Wooley Repeat Vows In First Christian Church Weddng vows were pledged by, long sleeves Hosed with white Miss Flora Glenn Simons a n d pearl buttons. She wore a finder- James Kdward Wooley on Janu- tip heirloom veil of Brussels lac« ary 2!> nt four o'clock in t>.e Aci- secured to a half-hat and carried lenc First Christian Ch'jrch wth a colonial bouquet of while French- Norman C'cnner, p»stor of the'od carnations centered with a gar- church officiating. denia. The bride's parents are Mr. and Miss Joyce Henderson of Abt- Mr.«. Glenn Simons of Abilene. The ler >e served as maid-of hono r. bridegroom is the Ron of Mr. and Miss Phyllis Shipp, bride's couv Mrs. P:. M. Wooley. west of the in ot Gladewater, was bride?ma'-'. city. Double-ring vows were amid a setting of magnolin leaves from a 76-year-old Magnolia tree and member of the Board of Man- P | f. nlcd , b >' l , h « bri f" *f*at-grand- agers of the local council of United ;falher ln Gladewatcr. Mrs They wore street-length sheaths i-f rnac j e emerald green velveteen design?.1 MISS KRISTI BROWN Church women, will attend. A silver anniversary luncheon, honoring past presidents local interdemoninational groups, will be one of the highlights of the Assembly. Feature speaker for the assembly will be Dr. Edwin T. Dahlherg, president of the National Council ur Churches of Christ it- th<> Unit ed States of America. He will pivc the opening address on Tuesday evening in the First Presbyterian Church. His address will ask "Can We Claim Tomorrow?" Other special speakers are Mrs. Charles F. Bailey, state chairman, World Community Day; Mrs. T. R. Leen, national field counselor for United Church Wrmen; and Betty Whitakev. director of TPXTS Migrant Ministry for Texas Council of Churches. There will he workshops for each of the departments of the United Church Women lead hy the chairmen, and conversational groups on Christian Family life, legislation, integration. National Council of Churches. United Nations and Spiritual Lif'- New officers f'>r 1059 will he elected and installed at the assembly. Sandra Rhodes at the organ and Cftston Dixon of Rangur, and six f! ° loisl . provided the wedding music. Given in marriage by her ther, the fci.de was gowned ;n waltz-length white velveteen fashion«?:.! with a scoop neckline and MRS. DAVID MILLS three-quarter length They wore white lace chapel caps and carried colonial bouquets of white Frenched carnations. Don Wooley, bridegroom's brother, was best man, G. W. Yeargain of Lubbock served as groomsman. Seating the. wedding guests 'were Jim Prichard of Lubbock and f*-;. Charles Ely of Pampa. Immediately following- th.i cero- mony, a reception was held in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Assisting with the reception vere Linda Mustek, Neta Milner, Grace \>~lc,-\ Ce!i Bla'.'.c y, J-'mnye W!l•••on, Betty Peterson, Mary W i J. !.-ion. Jeannette Shipp and Cl a ran- le Shipp. For a v/eddng trip t/i Dallas, 'he bride traveled in a two-piece blue wool suit with matching blue lather bag and shoes complemented with a white felt hat and whit a kid gloves. The bride attended Texas Technological College. The bridegroom 'vas served in the Marine Com and is now a junior student *H Te:;aa Tech. They will make their name at 1BH-28, Lub'rx'k. where the bridegroom will continue his studies. Mr. and Mrs E. E. Paxton, of El Dorado Ark., aunt and uncle of the bride, were hosts for a re- hearsnl dinner in Arthur's C a f e- teia, for members of the wedding party. son and Cecil Tedrow and "Buzz" Barton and "Gris" Rogers . . in a converted SJ-25 plane they flew to Houston and dined at swank restaurants ... all in the line of business .they had dinner in the swank. Petroleum Penthouse Club and so forth . some peoplf can really combine business and pleasure ond more power to anyon* who can I well, getting any mart information out of us would be like getting the proverbial blood «M* of a turnip... so, until this time n**t week bye, bye. MISS JAN FOSTETR .... Attendant JDelta MISS LINDA KAY BUCHANAN . . .Valentine Queen I/a (en MISS CAROLYN HUDSON .... Attendant tine Sigma Delta Sub Deb Club entertained with a Valentine Ball on Saturday evening in the Palm Room of the City Ha" with Valentines and cupids creating a Sweetheart atdmosphere Lacy Valentines and red carnations were used as the centerpieces for the white nylon covered table. Selected to reign as Queen of the Ball was Miss Linda Kay Buchanan with her attendants Jan Foster and Carolyn Hudson, Punch ond Valentin* cookies were served throughout the *vening (Photos, Robert §ro#n)

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