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Big Spring Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1975, Big Spring, Texas 2-c big Spring Texas Herald sun., nov. 9, 1975 panel of International women speak to mud study group the Day study group of the american association of University women met monday morning in the Home of mrs Virginia Moore Quot International women a year Quot was the theme of the guest panel presented by mrs Frances Loftis of Germany. Mrs Jung a Simpson of Korea and mrs. Margarita Palmer of Venezuela the women Are now residents of big Spring and Are married to american citizens the women discussed their Aspen tops Long sleeve to neck or mock to colors one week 3 groups off a fashion pants Highland Center on the mall extra charge for groups ii Hoshi Man of until umm it. Mom mull in Nim Miti nut Umi Tow lbs Shugart a a iof photos t t. G. Amp y. Family Center Highland shopping Conter Homeland s View of women. They told of each country a customs. Culture and National policies on education they stressed the difference in attitudes of their countries towards family and education they All commented that their homelands placed major importance on close family relationships strict chaperoning of the Young girls and concentration on education girls in their countries Are taught not Only to read and write in the elementary schools but Are taught skills in Handiwork such As crocheting embroidery and knitting mrs Simpson explained that the marriages in Korea Are usually informally arranged by the families men usually marry when they Are approximately 30 years old due to the three and a half years of compulsory military duty and the stress placed on Long periods of education both mrs. Simpson and mrs Palmer agreed that girls in their Home countries marry in their Early 20 s. Children of these three countries Are taught to show great respect for parents and teachers obedience is expected foreign students do not have the freedoms of american students. The panel members answered questions from the Paauw members Paauw members organizing the panel discussion were mrs. Moore and mrs Megan Legas. Mrs. Sue Simoncic president announced that the dec. I meeting would be held in the Home of mrs. Lota Wiley with mrs. Joey Grath Wol presenting a session on a a human encounter a creating and the regular Branch meeting will be at 7 . Nov. 17 in the Pioneer natural Gas flame room Tom Locke will discuss the a a goals of Progress for big All Paauw Mem hers Are urged to attend the hostesses will be mrs. I Avelle Hill mrs. Oneita Hardy and mrs. Dora r. Carter. Birth of girl is announced or. And mrs. Jeffrey Stewart Mitchel of Brownwood formerly of big Spring and Coahoma announce the birth of their daughter Stephanie Merideth. On oct. 30, at memorial Hospital in Uvalde. The baby weighed 8 pounds 9 ounces. Maternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Perry Walker of Uvalde and Ruidoso. No maternal great grandparents Are or. And mrs to Merideth of Uvalde and mrs. Alvin Walker of big Spring and the late or Walker. Mrs. Stella Walker of big Spring is a great great grandmother paternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. W Glyn Mitchel of Coahoma great grandparents Are or. And mrs w Denver Mitchel of Mercury. Or. And mrs. Mitchel have one other child. Brian Travis three years old Mitchel is a state Highway patrolman stationed in Brownwood i Lull i Gibsons 2309 Scurry pharmacy phone 267-8264 prices Good one Wiek through saturday. If it is inconvenient to come Banka Mencari into the store use our new drive in window Bonylin cough syrup now without a prescription 4-ox.79 Alpha Keri Bathon $2.49 for dry skin 8-ox.93.69 value Jeneen pre measured douche liquid $1.29 20 packs.92.00 value a spectate anti diarrhoeal $1.19 12-ox.91.69 value ads reducing Candy 4 flavors i Volb. $3.19 94.50 value Pickle Speaks at meeting Joe Pickle editor of the big Spring Herald spoke to the big Spring credit women at the luncheon meeting held at noon thursday at the settles hotel. Pickles exposition was on the club theme. Quot keep the Promise of the he spoke about the founding of the United states of America stating that it was up to the present and future generations to keep the promises that the country was founded upon during the business meeting mrs Eva Nail president appointed several committees the next meeting will be at 12 noon nov. 20 at the settles hotel. It will be the last regular meeting for 1975. Announcing Mary s Beauty Center under new ownership. Mary naught for Marly of Tut arum Kurl Poauty Solon of nor and operator operators raft a Atonia Donna cart ill Sandy win Nill of of owning Pama Moats invite now rnn4 old Tuilom a walk in a i Corno 207 dial 3-9194 liminal a our ecology Quot Jug Are cleverly designed into canisters. A gift you la love to give or keep for yourself. Pasta Battle 10.95 scoop n pour canisters8.95 and 10.95 cheese n crackers 10.95 totem pole canisters 19.95 c. % a \ com \ a 1 open paily to to 6 is cd 1105 Lith plact phone 26.y 6111 pm s \ mrs. Michael Ray Duke couple wed in candlelight ceremony ukr miss Peggy Jan Bledsoe and Michael Ray Duke exchanged wedding vows in a candlelight ceremony held saturday evening in the first United methodist Church. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Wade Bledsoe 1610 e. 17th. Parents of the bridegroom Are or. And mrs. Donald Duke of rising Star. The Rev Virgil James a retired Baptist minister from Winters United the couple before an altar enhanced with candelabra. An Arch table candelabrum entered the altar flanked by branched candelabra Arch candelabra and spiral candelabra. Two baskets of Apricot coloured Flowers accented the altar setting Charles Parham organist. A lid mrs Joseph a Wos vocalist provided nuptial selections during the ceremony the Bride chose to Wear a victorian styled gown of Peau de some and lace featuring an Empire Waist and a lace inset. Lace covered the cummerbund which fell into a Chapel length train. The stand up Collar and Long tapered sleeves were edged with lace. Her Chapel length veil of illusion fell from a Capulet of lace and pearls. She carried a bouquet of White camellias Lily of the Valley and Small Pearl sprays tied w Ith lace and streamers w Ith a touch of Apricot. Miss Kim Burchell attended the Bride As maid of Honor mrs. Randy Evans of Lubbock sister of the Bride was the bridal attendant. They wore formal length victorian styled dresses of Apricot knit designed with Empire waistlines edged with Ecru lace. They wore Matching Garden hats and carried baskets of Apricot coloured Flowers. Don richters of Coahoma was the Best Man Rickey Evans also of Coahoma served As groomsman. Ushers were Gary Roberts Pat Enfield of Hawley and Randy Evans of Lubbock. A reception was held in Honor of the newlyweds after the ceremony in the Fellowship Hall of the Church. Refreshments were served from a table covered with White net accented with Apricot coloured bows. Crystal and Silver a Bridge club names winners four tables of women played Bridge during the wednesday meeting of the country club duplicate Bridge club. Women placing in the Competition were mrs. J h fish and mrs. E. O. Ellington first mrs. W. J. Harris and mrs. Ward Hall second and mrs. Auriel Lafond and mrs. Birt Allison third. Ointments were used. Serving at the reception were miss Leslie Long miss Theresa Wick line miss Kathy Gunnels and miss Jane Emerson. The Bride is a graduate of big Spring High school and is employed by professional pharmacy. The bridegroom graduated from Coahoma High school and has attended Howard College and san Angelo state University. He is employed by Pride refinery of Abilene. The couple will make their Home in Hawley. Relatives attending the wedding from out of town were or. And mrs. J. C. Reese of Spur or and mrs Bob Hodnett of rising Star or and mrs. Elwood Wade or. And mrs. Roy Rice and Rev. And mrs Virgil James All of Winters and or and mrs. Pat Enfield of Hawley. i inn Gay few 17th birthday Sale Junior House pants amp skirts 80% Wool-20% Nylon group of assorted plaids and 9olid9 skirts rag. $18. $ 12 rag. $24. 2000s. Gragg. Shop to to 6 newcomer greeting service your hostess mrs. Joy Fortenberry an established newcomer greeting service in a Field where experience counts for results and satisfaction 12q-7 Lloyd 263 2005 its unbelievable it s fantastic it s unheard of t miss it Enron a Golden touch i by enav special Purchase of nationally known Royal Park coordinates Slacks Yops sweaters jackets All dyed to match. Beautiful colors. Values to 16.00 now 588 each

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