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Cullman Times Democrat (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Cullman, Alabama Engagement announcements miss Carol Arnold honoured at bridal Tea miss Carol Marie Arnold Bride elect of Wayne Giles was honoured recently with a miscellaneous bridal Tea. Mrs. Ruth Harbison and or s. Brenda a Mold were hostesses. The serving table was adorned with an antique White lace cloth cloth Over Gold. The table entered with an arrangement of yellow roses accented by yellow burning tapers in Crystal candelabras. Appointments of Silver and Crystal were used. Punch nuts wedding cookies mints and party crackers were served. Mrs. Ruth Harbison presided at the punch bowl. The Bride s gifts were Dis played in the reception room on tables covered in White and trimmed in Green. Each table was entered with a miniature Bride. F or this occasion the honoree chose a dress of White bridal Satin with a High necked bodice and Long sleeves. The Groom elect presented her with a yellow Corsage of carnations. The guests were registered in the Bride s Book by mrs. Brenda Arnold. Special guests attending were mrs. Millard Arnold Mother of the honoree mrs. . Giles Mother of the Groom. Out of town guests attend ing were mrs. Jackie Moore mrs. Vetra Arnold mrs. . Mrs. Jane Newell mrs. Ethleen Morgan mi5s a a Kyj Stricklin mrs. Sidy Stricklin mrs. Horace Butler in Joyce miss Patricia Stricklin and miss Vossle mrs. Eva Fields its. Judy Stricklin All of birding Ham and mrs. Helen Evans Jasper. Other guests included mrs. Gladys Arnold mrs. Haston Poore mrs. Leeman Dooley mrs. Marsha Thompson mrs. Ernest Burrow miss Libbie Williams mrs. Lacy Kirpatrick Bert fines miss Yolanda , mrs. Pauline Cruse miss june Cruse mrs. Allene Ponder ers. . Florence,, miss Lucille Sapp mrs. Fay Speegle miss Speegle miss Phil Speegle mrs. Lacy Sandlin mrs. Ester Stricklin and mrs. Bobbie Parker. Kitchen Shower honors mrs. Charlotte Phillips Ann Landers a atrocious manners a a replacement a a Little far out a my \ mrs. Charlotte Yeager Phillips a recent Bride was honoured with a Kitchen Shower recently at the Home of Yates Enon. Atrocious manners dear Ann Landers our 20 Childress Pete Smith Norman Smith Amy Jones,. Pinkard Mae Runge Ferby Runge Fred Cole Umlor Dee Holm jewel a a a a a a a a a a met Buckelew Roscoe Clemmons student at school save. I he Home was decorated with Joe Holmes ask last weekend one Byron to spend a few Days with told had of summer flow Yates. Miss Jody Gasser miss Phillis Karen Knight or. And mrs. Paul gabber announce the engagement of their daughter Jody to Jerry Miller son of or. Herman Miller and the late Cullman. The wedding will be an event of August 3 at sacred heart Catholic Church Cullman. Photo by Kenneth Mobley Stu mrs Miller All of Dio. I rid a or. Unit family. Mrs. Veiner aul or urday Dewey mrs and re cent pleasant Grove news mrs. Pearl Henderson and mrs. Encl Riggs Flo Ham sewn. Were guests last week of mrs. Dora Cole and mrs. Ber mrs. James whittle and tha Mann went to the Home of mrs. Or. And mrs. James m. Knight Dora announce the engagement of their daughter Phyllis Karen to Ronnie Edward Jetton son of or. And mrs. Thurman e. Jetton Cullman. The Bride elect is the granddaughter of the late or. And mrs. Ico. Knight Sumiton and the Sizemore mrs. Mrs Dora Cole Lizzie Walker. . Pattillo were the miss guests of or. And mrs. Wed. S. Geneva Holmes Regent Leba Vinemont were retests of or. And mrs. Gur let y Henderson. Mrs. Maude Pruitt Hartselle was the sunday guest of mrs. W. E. Pattillo. Rev. Wayne Nuss and family were sunday dinner guests of or. And mrs. . Drinkard and Agnes. A Large crowd attended and enjoyed a Shower Given saturday night at the Home of mrs. Edward Powe jr., in Honor of her daughter miss Katie june Powe who is to marry Wade Gra a pcs to hold inter conference school july 29 the North Alabama conference and the Central Alabama conference of the women a society of Christian service of the United methodist Church will join Man inter conference school of Christiam Mission at Camp sum Tanga july 29-August 2, registration will begin at 10 00 monday morning and the school will close after lunch on Friday. The theme for the school is a the word afresh. The theme hymn is a awake to love and work. Mrs. J. W. Gordon Hueytown is conference president of the women s society of Christian service and Wesleyan service Guild and is to be the Dean of tile school. Mrs. James e. Hice Florence will serve As i assistant Dean and coordinator. Mary Wells sunday following Chil Reb services. Ray Henderson and a Cousin Lei Ica Henderson Flint mich., Are visiting for two weeks. Ray was injuries recently in a skiing Accident. He returned to Michigan where he was employed but his hand was not healed suitably for work. Douglas Cole misses Rhonda and Debra Scott left on Satur Day for Morton miss. His wife has been visiting with her parents or. And mrs. John Simms for two weeks. They will return monday. Or. And mrs. Leon Triplett mrs. Helen sue Holloway and family and Wilbur Burnett All of Birmingham were weekend guests of or. And mrs. . Cole. Master Terry Loyd son of or. And mrs. . Loyd had his tonsils removed Friday in the Cullman Hospital. He is doing Fine. Or. And mrs. Ralph Derrick were sunday afternoon guests of a son and family or. And mrs. Mayes Derrick. Late or. And mrs. Alvie Glover Cullman. Or. Jetton is the grandson of or. And mrs. Hubert g. Edwards Gardendale and or. And mrs. . Jetton Cullman. The wedding will be an event of december 21 at the Bethel Baptist Church Dora. Arrangements ers the serving table was entered i. I with a Crystal punch bowl with a Qaq a of off cakes and nuts. Hostesses for this occasion included mrs. Margie Yates mrs. Dot Reeves and mrs. Opal Mabry All of United freewill Baptist Church included on the guest list were mrs. Preston Yeager Mother of the honoree mrs. Donald Giles Mother of the Groom mesdames Lizzie Mcgukin by. Yeager John Haynie Annie Holmes Ella Alpha my chapter enjoys Day of fun games of Smith Lake various members of Alpha my chapter Epsilon Sigma alphas rarity enjoyed a recent picnic at the Smith Lake residence of Forrest Ingram. Hostesses were mesdames Norma Hughey Betty Franey Susie Henslee Ruth Neeley and Judy Morgan. It was fun and relating with activities varying from afternoon fishing and skiing to games of jeopardy the newlywed game and cards. Members husbands and guests attending were Betty and Joe Franey Dean and Donald Green Susie and Dwight Henslee Kathy and Jack hug and their guests Frances and Weir Alexander Judy and theron Morgan Norma Hughey and guest Warren Frischmann Ruth and Hap Neeley and Kathy and Larry Dewine. The sorority held next a regular monthly business meeting. Betty Franey president pre pie educational and social act sided with Dean Green and Polly cities As Well As for service in Anne Guthery will attend David Lipscomb miss Anne Guthery daughter of or. And mrs. James e. Guthery route 9, Guntersville Highway Cullman has been accepted for admission to David Lipscomb College Nashville. A graduate of Cullman High school she has attended sacred heart College and will Transfer to Lipscomb in the 1968 fall Quarter. She plans to follow a major program in Liberal arts. Vinson As hostesses. A program of a a relaxation in conjunction with this year s theme of a the key of Lite was presented. Following the business session the members present did calisthenic As one phase of relaxation. The hostesses provided refreshments. Some local members were honoured recently As members of Alpha my chapter Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority. First degrees of the cherished Pallas Athene award were bestowed upon mrs. Dean Green mrs. Venice Hale mrs. Mickey skipper and miss Hazel f rank. This award is Given in recognition of outstanding participation in the organization s Phil Anthro officers Levels. On the local and state hosts meeting of hairdressers us so he could meet the family and the family could meet him. My husband and i found him tense strained humourless and uncommunicative. We could have overlooked All this since Byron knew he was being ,1 but we can t Overlook his atrocious manners. The moment the food appeared Byron rushed to the Buffet to Clara Howard was hostess Forl ble piled up a plate As if there the recent meeting of the cull were no tomorrow and spilled Man hairdressers association Gravy on the cloth. He didst the new president Polly tank look for anyone with whom to Ersley presided. Enjoy Hisdon Nero simply shoveler Ruth Holloway presented the de in the food and raced Back in notional. Betty Wicher read the line a second time minutes of the last meeting. Plans dear by Byron May Heap were also discussed for the com pealing today but if she marries ing year. Him she might find him appalling the next meeting is to be Apio manners Are important and i Nic at sportsman Lake. Done to mean which Fork to use members attending were Betty i mean being thoughtful and put Witcher Grade Grissom Evelyn Ting others before oneself. Craft Lorene Stewart Claramo Byron is a pig about food which Ward Polly Tankersley Gwen indicates a High degree of self Headrick Ellen Ruth Holloway j is Ness. The trait May run Charlotte Kent and Ann Williams. Through his entire personality Hope your daughter recognizes own Hospital news his bad Are. Newcomers Pion summer activities Welcome Wagon newcomers club announces their summer activities. Included Are an adventurous trip to botanical gardens japanese gardens. Lunch was served at Cobb scorer cupboard. Plans were also discussed among the members about the family picnic for the next meeting. Members going on the trip elect . Quot Bill Arnold City place no. 2 experience in City government i term mayor 1956-1960 Tilliy Board electric 8. Water j949-1966 Utility Board chairman 1951-1964 City Council 1945-1948 Hospital Board chairman 1939-1948 pm. Pol. Adv. By j. W. Bill a Arnold Cullman Ala. Were mesdames me Gerkens Meier Roy daily James stank urd Donald Smith Joe Sisulak Reuben Preston Paul Jacobs . Harbison Walter Morris Al Bayer Hugh Trogden Louise Julian Robert Moss Ralph Tup per and a guest mrs. . Howard. The family picnic was held at the Lar Wood club. Approx mately too members and family attended and enjoyed the swimming Good food and other activities. The next meeting of the club will be in september. J by United press International used to be in the Nursery department it was Pink for twirls Blue for boys. Then along came Maize appropriate for either sex. Now look for another Quot Neutral Colora a Cloud a Pale Green. It All started when mrs. Edna Miller infants Wear buyer for a National Chain of variety stores spotted a pair of soft misty Green Mit tens in a Toronto store. It was time she decided that parents and other doting relatives had a Chance to break from the traditional infant colors. Why not create infant fashions in the misty color she went to numerous manufacturers and got them to Dye and make up baby a entire wardrobe in the color in everything from flan Fellete gowns and Kimonos to booties to receiving blankets to Waterproof pants. A i think i says mrs. Miller reporting on i reception of the new color a a a have seen the end of the Pink and Blue its. H. Kress co.�. July 25, admissions William ,box291 mrs Agnes a. Mcelroy it 6 mrs. ,rt.9 miss Ida Ruth Stevens it. I Box 502, Hanceville mrs. Linda Williams it. 3, Vinemont Willie f. Wright it. To dismisses mrs. Lorine Alvis 1314 Brunner St. Most. Ricky Bailey it. 2,Holly Pond mrs. Emma Gallaway Cullman nursing Home Willard Casey it. I Falkville most. Mitchell Duke it. 3 Ernest c. Hankey it. 2 mrs. Betty Johnson Box 162, Addison mrs. Ruby Overton it. 2 mrs. Pauline e. Scott it. 2 Hanceville mrs. Jane n. Speegle it. I Charles Teague it. I Vinemont mrs. Dorothy Whatley it. 3, ave. B. Durward Wright Myca Bir Mingham july 26 admissions mrs. Janice c. Brown it. I Vinemont Vinemont mrs. ,box72,is going with three other girls Sumiton land his letters to All of us have most. Michael l. Light it. 2,pen identical. I did t let on thai Bremen la cared but i am heartbroken. Mrs. Frances e. Marks it. I Gen. Del., Hanceville most. Mark d. Ozbolt it. 2, Vinemont mrs. Id Speegle 114 Parker Circle . New arrivals announced in the Hospital for july 25 included or. And mrs. Raymond Baker Arley i a son or. And mrs. Delton Mcelroy it 6, a daughter or. And mrs. Carl Wayne Williams Vinemont 3, a son. New arrivals announced in the Hospital for july 26 included or. And Brown Vinemont i a daughter. Or. And mrs. Jerry d. Marks it. I Gen. Del., Hanceville a daughter. Manners for what they a replacement dear Ann Ozzie came Home on i leave last week and i could hardly sleep i was so excited at the thought of seeing him. His let ters were so affectionate he even i sent three batches of pictures the first week Ozzie was Home i he never took me anywhere just sat around and ate out of the ice Box. Also he never stayed later Ozzie tonight i thought he played me dirty and he offered a solution has brother. Ann i be met his brother and is a creep. How do i say no without insulting Ozzie i want to protect our relationship. Please dear Thelma there s nothing to protect. Tell Ozzie he need t provide you with a Consolation prize in the form of a brother and that you will find your replacement. Then do it. A Little for out dear Ann Landers our Fine Young son became engaged to a girl who seemed a Little far out but we accepted her As she was his Choice. Several of my friends gave a Shower for the Bride to be and she made a profit of better than $400. Addition to the big haul she made on the Shower our Side of the family gave her some Beau Wiful wedding gifts. She must have cleared Over $1,000 in Cash and appliances. Now less than to months later they Are getting a divorce. What want to know is this is the girl entitled to keep All those gifts her people gave very cheap presents. Our Side really shelled out the Money. They did it for him not her. Please advise. A feeling robbed Edward t. Chambers it. 2, than 9 00. I found out yesterday that Ozzie Demissie Welti Golden agers elected mrs. Emma f. Adams Box 354, Hanceville it it mrs. Patricia a. Bondage gov o Ltd cars 1808 Logan Road David e. Brown 701 Hickory dear feeling the gifts Are considered part of the household goods and unless some special arrangement is made in the divorce settlement the household goods usually go with the House which usually goes to the wife. Your son should discuss this with his lawyer. Give in or lose him when a Guy gives you this line look out for tips on How to handle the super sex Salesman Check Ann Landers. Read her Booklet a necking and petting what Are the limits Send your request to Ann Landers in care of Jook newspaper enclosing 50 cent amp Lyl Coin and a Long stamped self addressed envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a self addressed stamped envelope. C 1968, publishers halt Syndicate St. Mrs. Alpha Harris was hostess mrs Margaret Flanagan 1305 for the recent meeting of the Wei Ann St g Lanagan mud i Golden agers club it a Busl. Gerdies Hines it i Hance �?��85 session followed the lunch. Ville the same officers were elected mrs. Norma f. Knight it. 4r01l/he cd mins year Nute Morrow it 2 mrs Dovie Duke flu the mrs. Violyn Shelley i. 9m0ther next so mrs Sarah o Connor Cullman my ans a a ,. N Ursine Home Bonne Hamm is to hos mrs. Mildred Owen 112 still4�. The a court members attending this meet Psi. Joseph Shannon i. 9lto� we re Minnie Tucker it Cora mrs. Martha j. Shelton cull Man nursing Home mrs. Diann f. Snow 307 Mcnabb re. Miss Ida r. Stevens it. I. Box 502. Hanceville Bailey Dovie Duke Pearl Reid Gordie Whitmire Lois Boyd Minnie Brannon Nollie Davis Bonnie Hamm Flora Hamm Bobby Beason. Guests attending were mrs. Elene Armstrong and mrs. Lois Williams it. 51 mrs. Parker Birmingham. Unwind at the colonial Plaza motor inn Orlando Florida Catfish King seafood House la am-10 30 pm�?7 Days n b Nau Ensley Woodlawn downtown 3101 26th St n. Uis a Ssofi lit of n. 1300 3rd aft n. Shont 322 0942 Nam Timar phone s92 2s91 323 1294 free child s Chicken plate with this Coupon at North Birmingham Only visit newly remodeler n. B Ham a cooking in 100% pure vegetable Oil or. Pete Noel manufacturers representative Al will show the Complete fall collection of. Amp Betty Rose Coats i and suits at our store. You Are invited to see this full line and make your selection direct from the factory on. J wednesday july 311 from 12 j until 4 . At. 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