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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - September 07, 1953, Ardmore, OklahomaPage four the daily september 7, 1953 Sulphur Church is scene of recent Hassen Ameen rites met. Camell Ameen floor baskets of Pink Gladioli a background of Emerald Fern and seven branched candelabra with lighted tall Pink tapers formed the setting for the wedding of miss Nancy Jane Hassen and Camill Ameen recently. The Rev. Adrian Rea pastor officiated at the ceremony in the first methodist Church. Sulphur. The Bride is the daughter of mrs. John Hassen Sulphur and the late John Hassen or. Ameen the son of or. And mrs. Charles Ameen Houston Texas. Mrs. Bruce govett Sulphur organist played a program of wedding music and accompanied mrs. Bernard Troy Mcalester who Sang a i love thee and a through the years Orel Peak Sulphur Sang a the lords Given in marriage by her brother Aneece Hassen Sulphur the Bride wore a dress of ice Blue imported illusion Over bridal Satin. The fitted bodice had a portrait neckline edged with folds of illusion embroidered in sequins and seed pearls. The four tiered skirt was edged with Chantilly lace and extended into a Chapel train. Her fingertip veil of illusion was attached to a French Bonnet with sequins and seed pearls. She wore Long mitts of illusion and a strand of pearls the gift of the bridegroom. She carried a White Bible topped with a White Orchid with showers of Stepna Notis and tube roses. Mrs. Edmund Rotsinger Oklahoma City sister of the Bride was Matron of Honor. Sharing honors with her was miss Marie Smith of Sulphur. Miss Huda Hassen Stamford Texas and miss Marie Smith Sulphur were bridesmaids. The attendants including the Honor Atter lants wore identical dresses of Blue Nylon net Over taffeta and carried Matching muffs to which n were attached Pink carnations and tube roses with streamers of Blue Satin ribbon. Dan Waheed Lubbock Texas served As Best Man Ushers were Robert and Richard Waheed of Lubbock and Edmund Rotsinger of Oklahoma City Jan Osborne Ada was Flower girl. Mrs. Hassen chose for her daughters wedding a dress of Pink lace and wore White accessories. Mrs. Ameen wore a Rose beige dress with beige accessories. Their corsages were Pink orchids. A reception in the Church parlor followed the ceremony. For travel the Bride chose a Pink faille suit with Navy accessories and a White Orchid. Following a Brief wedding trip to Orleans the couple will establish a Home in Houston. Delta Kappa Gamma holds recent meet Omicron chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Honor society for women educators hold its first meeting of the year last week in first methodist Church of Ardmore. Mrs. Jessie pass of Wilson president presided Over the business meeting. purposes of the called meeting were announcement of rom Mittons for the year and making of plans for the state workshop Uii Icli will he held at youth no 1 lit Lake Murray on is it. 26, 27, 19, 53. Bulletins containing Specif to and general information live born sent to members of i Oval chair i men for the workshop Are Leila k. Black and torn Ilc Toulon hostess chapter is Omicron. And members of the chapter Consi Fier it b distinct Privitero to Well orc sister chapters to Carter county and Lovely Lake Murray. Mrs. Pass will be Resim Sihle j for room and meal reservations and All members who plan in at tend should notify her not later than sept. 20. Registration for the workshop will be held from 8 00 to 12 00 noon on Savu Ray so it. 26, Omicron chapter will be in Ehart a. A general session will begin at 9 00. At that time. Leila k. Black will preside. Group sessions will be held during the remainder of the morning. I chapter will be in charge of the lunch lion which will be from 12 30 to 1 45 in the afternoon. Theme of the luncheon will be a know your no ichor a group sessions and Een Cral information w ill be features of the afternoon. A dinner will be Helix in the evening with Alpha Epsilon chapter in charge. Omicron chapter we ill be in charge of the recreation and fun which will be j enjoyed following the dinner on sunday sept. 27, a and Model initiation will be held. Alpha Chaiter will be in charge at that time. Adjournment will be at 10 00 a. M. Pritchard will be feted at open or. And mrs. Tomb Pritchard 1416 Chickasaw l Oule Ard will be Hoon red at an open House this afternoon be quinine at 3 o clock. Hosts for the affair Are or. And mrs. O. M. Ferguson. 312 fourth j Avenue Southwest. An invitation j is extended to their friends to Call. The Pritchard Are la inc this week for san lose Calif where they will their Home. The average passenger car in the United states uses about 650 Gallons of gasoline a year. Ruth Millet suggests there Are ways of telling when a couple is married to i can be sure they re Man and wife just seeing them together if ency follow some of the rules in be outlined Here. When dining in a restaurant she gives her own order to the waiter Calls him Back w Hen she wants More Coffee pays More attention to other couples seated near them than to the Man across the table from her and sneaks a Quick glance at the Check when it arrives. When she meets him in a Public place he glances at his watch and tolls her exactly How Many minutes he has been waiting. He does t Stop with her but keeps Rig it on walking when she lingers for a moment to window shop. He can seem to be paying attention to what she is saying and still 1 0 Wati Hing a pretty waitress out of the Corner of his Eye. When Riding in a car there is enough space Between them for at Loami one other Pierson. They a in sit Side by Side on a bus or train and carry on a con Versi Ilion without Ever turning their Heads to look directly at each oink when walking together one or the other is just a Little ahead. Opens the poor herself Slu Gols in or out of an automobile without waiting for him to open the d for for her. He lib hts a it puts the package and matches Back in his Pori it of .111 1 the moment Uliey Are stowed away she asks for one. She is doing a lot of talking and he is doing very Little listening. She so is to Pirk him up in a car and even though she is still Sittin at the wheel he starts opening the door on the Drivers Side a s easy to t la whether or not a Man and woman Are husband and wife Ospin scially if you Are married yourself. Korosis club to begin activities Sulphur Sulphur s o r o s is club has scheduled the registration Tea for the afternoon of oct 4 in the Home of mrs Ameen Hassen the Tea opens for the study season of the club. The committee in charge of arrangements of the Tea besides mrs Hassen is mrs sue Peyrot and the president of the club mis. George Duke. Mrs. Ethel Whitt Home from visit mrs. Ethel Whitt 521 b Street North est has returned from a visit to her sister mrs. L. C. Bridges Dallas Texas. Modem bathing suits have practically eliminated the fellow who used to go to the Bench to watch the gulls. A Nia family affair Marshall Minn. Pm Meta. Floyd Minnick Wasny to much concerned about parking too Long on Marshall Street. She knew the cop on the beat. She got a tag anyhow. It was signed by Floyd Minnick her husband. Mrs. Minnick paid her Fine. For sure fire Moth Protection Cleft All garments before storing then place them in sealed bags or packages. Moth larvae feed on dirt and grease so done to let them find anything to eat on your clothes. Most chilled soups except the fruit Type Benefit from a sprinkling of minced Parsley or chives. Add the Parsley or chives after the soup has been ladled into the cups or bowls sprinkling them Over the surface so As to make a pretty Green Garnish. Mrs. Bob Bryan expression teacher phone 3628-j a Wacky time but save a dime on every $1.00 Purchase of Christmas cards Here in september like the mad creatures we Are in this Zany life we Lead we be spread All our Christmas albums on the big table and boxes and boxes of cards All Over the room. Until sept. 20th you May join our mad party and save 10% on the Deal we be scoured the country to find for you this Cream of Christmas cards a California artists Brownie blocks rants Han print eve last cards by Saya Fravesi Lamont Carol and by Jiminy a until sept. 20th save on Christmas cards at 1061 East main Hubert Degivenchy. Neil Curt cd Silhouette in Gray drool suit u Ith velvet trim Nice Cape Collar. Just to suit you use our Lay away plan see our Beautiful 3-piece suits poodle cloth coat Wool Jersey Blouse and Wool skirt also 2-piece fitted Type suits in All Wool or Rayon a Aby styles colors and fabrics and just the suit to suit priced from a $18� to $4995 soft touch for your foot walk softly. And walk Comly As you please. In Glove soft Elk moccasins that Cushion each step on a springy platform sole. Smooth clean lines perfect for that prize town and country look. Brown or Black. Only lady golfers schedule play for wednesday a luncheon and is Sion at Jackson s stables on Lake Murray Dri e will Climax a morning of Zilay for the ladies Golf social Ion of Sunset Golf course wednesday. Tee off time is 8 30. at no. 1 tee will be mrs. Earl Nelson mrs. Bob Ehr Inah and mrs. Thomas trax. Mrs. Harold Morgan mrs. J. In. Cou int y and mrs. Lancaster. Mrs. Dana Davidson mrs. Wel-�?�111 Peden and mrs. Troy Edwards. Mrs. H. I. Sikes mrs. Gene Carer and mrs Vickers. Tee Iii off from no. 3 tee will mrs. W. A. Prater mrs. Genei on and mrs. Ii. P. Comack. Irs. ,1. I. Mccoy. Mrs Joe c. Killer and mrs j. Lee Davis. Jones mrs. Ted Mccoy and mrs. Harry Stockdale. Mrs. A Brown mrs. Bill Howerton and mrs. Fillmore Vaughan. Mrs. G. A Beckett mrs. O. T. Stockton Ami mrs o. L. Nelson. Spokesman Lor the group added play will be Lor Low net from tee a Green. A 4 mrs. M. M. Laws concludes trip mrs a m. Laws 1600 seventh i Enue Southwest has returned lome from a trip to Colorado. A Wacky time it save a dime on every $1.00 Purchase of Christmas cards until sept. 20. Wits end gifts 106 a East main kindergarten first presbyterian Church monday through Friday creative activities for children. 9 a til 11 a. M. Carpets and free decorator service exclusively at Ohnson furn. Co. 208 w. Main phone 2766 special floor Sample Sale at the House of Maple 716 tenth . A phone 456 open week Days from 9 to 12 a 2 to 5 or make an appointment anytime by calling 366 the following floor samples Are on special Sale this week while they last. Check our list carefully you will find exceptional savings in Early american furnishings and accessories. By Hera Early tuesday morning for the Best selection. 1 5 piece provincial Dinette set includes Captain chairs round table with 2 extra leaves. Reg. $159.95 no w $129.00 1 drop Leaf Maple server Wagon with tray. Reg. $79.95. Now $69.00 1 solid Rock Maple cobblers Bench. Reg. $79.95 $69.00 1 Fox sofa bed red print. Reg. $139.95 $125.00 1 Fox easy chair Lemon print. Reg. $69.95 $55.00 1 Sprague Carlton Cape cod chair. Reg. $109.50.---- $80.00 1 adjustable 36-in. Solid Maple Bookcase leg. $59.95. Now $45.00 1 Thor mangle. Reg. $109.50 $89.50 1 Snow Breeze air conditioner. Reg. $150.00-------- $100.00 All floor samples of lamps rugs and brass accessories 20% off special discount on All bedroom pieces and Seeley poster medic mattresses c p. Halus House of Maple 716 tenth n. W. In hone 456 i y j 0 e p a l 0 0 k a know a ave some buoy the 6ate b fore they give it you an it s & other Way it Kayos yer ego. I Hope i did t Hurt or. Yer Sayin that makes me think me be i rough on or j

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