Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite Newspaper Archives Jun 23 1920, Page 5

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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Ardmore, Oklahoma Wednesday june 23, 1920. Daily Ardmore Tifi Fage five is sad set to a a Isacs by a Yllan Maurine a Utley a phone 538�? Anders ii Humphreys one of Tho prettiest of the june weddings was that of miss Mary an a of mrs , Anderson who became the Bride of m r. Merlyn Kenneth Humphreys Ihla morning at -10 of clock nuptial mass at St. Mary a Catholic Church the impressive service being conducted by father or Lelling of Henryetta texan. A profuse in of White daisies and ferns decorated the Church. The altar was banked with daisies while South Ern Smilax entwined the conium Noii rail. In the Sanctuary were tall Wicker vases holding daisies and ferns while Palms formed an effective background. A a preceding the Cere Moh y miss Murga it ret Smith Sang do har Delott a Quot lie Caubon a and during the service Sang very softly Quot ave Marie Bach Gounod. She was accompanied by miss Ruby Landol organist who played Mendels shone a wedding March for the Entrance of the wedding party. Rainbow hues were effectively carried out in the Beautiful costumes of the brides attendants. Miss Olive Staten of Denver As maid of Honor who entered first wore a charming frock of Organ die in a delicate Shade of Green trimmed in lace a and pastel Organ die Flowers. Her hit was of the same material. An old Fash toned bouquet of Boot peas and Rosea completed her costume. Mrs. Olin Coleman of Kaufman Texas Matron of Honor came a next. Her costume of Pink Organ die trimmed with lace and handmade Flowers with matched hat was fashioned similar to that of miss Staten a and mss Beatrice Fraley Bride s maid who came next preceding the Little ring bearer miss Fraley a gown was of Orchid Organ die lace trimmed and with handsome Flowers hat and bouquet to match. The ring bearer Little miss Barbara Phelan fore a Dainty frock of Pink Organ die with ruffles of the same material and a becoming Little hat in the same Shade. She carried the ring on a White Satin Pillow. The Bride who entered with the Groom looked very Lovely in her gown of heavy White Satin elaborately embroidered with seed pearls with full court train. Her veil of tulle the Cap of which was covered with Orange blossoms fell the full length of Ilie train which was also edged with folds of tulle. She carried a Shower bouquet of White roses and lilies of the Valley and a White prayer Book. The Ushers were messes. Olin Coleman. Wilmer Anderson and Tohn Vann. A wedding breakfast was served at the Home of the Bride immediately following the ceremony when guests were limited to the brides attendants relatives and out of town guests the wedding party was seated at the. Brides table which. Was beautifully decorated with White daisies and entered with an elaborately decorated wedding cake. The cake was in two tiers on the upper tier was a tiny Bride and Groom or fessed in costumes of Louis Xiv and Between the tiers were Orange Blossome. Other guests were seated at two tables which were also decorated with the daisies. Or. And mrs. Humphreys left on at i Early after Toon train for a months honeymoon at Galveston Texas after which they will be at Home it Bowie Texus -where-lmr�?�?zast. Soc lated with the Prairie pipe line com pan by Thoj Fulde is the Only daughter of mrs. Ujj. 1�?T. Anderson and is a member of one of the most prominent families in Ardmore. She is a graduate of or sullen Academy Dallas Texas and of the Gardner school new York. A or. I Umphreys is a son of or. And mrs. A. F. Humphreys of Tenn Nga Lii. Among a vast array of wedding gifts was i handsome Chest of Silver of Virginia Carvol pattern a gift of Tho brides Mother. South will leave tonight for where they will take special summer work. A miss South will take a Post graduate course in Northwestern University while mrs. Frame miss Brett Anil miss Smith will study music with Herbert Witherspoon. They will be away about seven weeks. course miss Smith will be joined in Chicago by her brother and they will take an Eastern tsp going to Richmond Virginia Bill More. And taking a motor trip through Maine. They will to away the greater part of the summer. Hamlon Kobb a wedding of much Litterest to their Eil Dong of m for lands was Many for finds was that of miss Cecilly Hendon daughter of or. And mph. R. S. Hendon of this City to or. Davii5 g. Robb of Houston Texas which occurred monday afternoon at 3 30 of clock at Tho horns of the officiating Man later Rov. Ashley Chappell pastor of the Broadway methodist Church. Tho Bride wore a handsome tailored suit of dark Blue with harmonizing accessories. The Juride is a Young woman or charming personality and has a of Fargo Circle j3f friends. She is a graduate of Tho Ardmore High school class of 1919, and is an accomplished musician and artist. The Groom is the son of or. Ana mrs. A. P. Robb of Houston Heights Houston Texas and is a graduate of the Kerrville High school. He was a student in Baylor University when to volunteered for service in Tho United states Arney. Since his discharge he has been with the Telephone electric company of Houston. Immediately after the ceremony Tho Young couple left for a Brief Honey Moon trip to Galveston Ami Omer Points after which they will be at Home to their friends in Eastwood addition Houston Texas. V. W. A. Meeting y. W. A. Chamber of cd Merce discusses plans for w la Boik held tomorrow night at Broadway Bap ust Church when the lesson will to taken from the second chapter of acts. Preceding the lesson hour dinner will be Sei Ved at g 20 of clock by members of division number three of the missionary society. All members of Tho y. W. A., Ore urged to to. Pres ent. Entertained with Donee mrs. H. H. Sayre entertained with a dance last evening at Forest Park honouring her guest miss Mehio Freret of new Orleans misses Mildred and Whiteman of Oklahoma pity who Are the guests of mrs. 13. A. Simpson miss Grace hapgood of Dallas who is Tho guest of mrs. H. P. Nichols miss Irvine Scott of Gainesville and the misses Gladys and Ernestine Gull lot Josephine Dickson Dorothy dings Clara b. Waltrup and or. Jerry Sass. At the regular weekly luncheon of the chamber of Commerce yesterday the question of holding a big anniversary picnic Only 2sth to commemorate the founding of lie City which will be 33 years old on that Date was discussed. In the curly Days it was customary to hold these picnics annually but the custom Ima been abandoned luring the past seven or eight years with the result that Many people now living in the City have forgotten the Dale entirely. A lust i what Tho plans will develop Are not known at. This time but if former custom is carried out there will to a big Barbecue with All the accessories that accompanies such feasts and a Large crowd of people will be present to revive old times that Are rapidly being forgotten. The place of holding the Plenke has not been decided upon but in All probability Forest Park will be Beletti de on account of Street car facilities and for the further reason that it is equipped j.0 handle just such a crowd As would attend a gathering of this kind. The chamber of Commerce will take the matter up at the next luncheon and it it is decided to hold the picnic immediate Steps will to taken to that end As the time is a Short and there is much to to done preparatory to such an event. Namo omitted it in the list of the House party of the Gano Wharton wedding Given Yea. Ter Day the name of mrs. Henry Baum was omitted. Mrs. Baum with the list published yesterday presided at th<5 punch table. Vilson Harlow announcement is made of the marriage of miss Ruby Wilson and or. Rex Harlow which took place in Oklahoma City tuesday evening. Or. Harlow is a brother of or. E. C. Harlow of this City and has Many friends Here having been a frequent visitor Here. Leave for Chicago a group of Young women comprising mrs. Frame Tho misses Margaret a a Smith Rebecca Brett and Paulina society personals. Or. James Harlow and wife of win Field ho., Are the guests of their son. Or. E. C. Harlow and family. Messes. Gerald and Grady Mobley Lester Caldwell of this City and Lloyd and Harry Jones and Amos wart of Wilson left today for Camp Cawa Bawa Lebanon tenn., where they will spend the summer. Misses Geneva and Lavadis Lykens and Edna Brown have returned from Muskogee where they were the guests of their Uncle or. Kelley Brown and family. While in Muskogee they were Tho recipients of Many social courtesies. Mrs. Wade Ritter and children Margaret and Lawrence Are visiting mrs Ritter a sister mrs. August a Ramiro in Florence ind. Or. And mrs. R. W. Dick of �100 West sixteenth Street left monday for a stay of several weeks in California. Or. And mrs. Harry l. Perry and son Dick who have been the Guesta of or. And mrs. Dick left saturday for their Home in Shreveport the next time you buy Calomel ask for on 1 Cadillac touring car perfect condition priced to sell. Phone 293, 112 e. Main . A 23-3 the purified and refined Calomel tablets that Are nausea Lesb Safe and sure. Medicinal Virtues retained and improved. Sold Only in sealed packages. Price 35c. Every Day thousands of Long distance Calls Are made by patrons who wish to talk to anyone at Distant Telephone. Many times these Are Calls for business houses Many times they a Are for residences. These Are a station to station Calls. A a station to station Calls Are completed More quickly and at less expense than where it is necessary for the Telephone company to locate a particular person and therefore the rate to the Patron is lower. Many subscribers Are taking advantage of this speedy and less expensive service and Many others by studying their requirements can save Money by using it. You undoubtedly have occasion when All you really need is to talk to anyone who May be at a certain place of business or at a certain residence. Study your requirements and whenever possible use a station to station service. The rate for this service is about 20 per cent lower than the a person to person service. To place a a station to station Call reach the Long distance operator in the usual Way and say a i wish to talk to anyone at main 678, Chicago a or if you done to know the Telephone number say a i wish to talk to anyone at James Smiths residence on a a Street when you do this you will save time and Money. \ southwestern Bell Telephone co. A re Loreite want ads bring big results m smart Wear for women May without extravagance satisfy her wants in fashionable frocks of silk at your unrestricted Choice of 50 smart frocks the modes Are of the newest. A the assortment is sufficiently Large. You May select the colors Best suited. A the materials Are of the Best with quite a few navies for travel. ,. A satins a taffeta crepe de Chine a Georgette a a choose from this entire assortment ranging from $19.75 to $125.00 at exactly foulard a crepe meteors a to Colette a soft Silks half priceless than half Price the Quality is limited but the Price inducement is the Reward to the Swift a Marfy Taille Irbid a if cd a i it so gnaws we mention below size color material and special reduction \ �?$74.50 Jade Triolet 36 �?$74.50 beige Triolet 38--- �?$79.50 Pongee suit 36 a a �?$50.00 White Wool 38______ �?$50.00 White Wool 16______ �?$60.00 Black and White 18. �?$69.50 Gray Tweed 16 �?$98.50 Black and White 18 _ __$29.75 ___________$29.75 _______�?$29.75 _________$21.95 __________$21.95 $27.75 ___________$29.75 ___________$39.50new summer frocks a our special showing of smart keep Cool summer frocks adds both Comfort and style satisfaction. Inspiring Organ Dies refreshing Plain dotted and figured swisse and becoming Light and dark voiles a priced

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