The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 164, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 11, 1948 Page: 3 of 16
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JULY 11, 1948.
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Mrs. A. W, lindley entertained
with a luncheon Thursday, July
8, at Sellers .Cafeteria, honoring
Mis* Bobbie Miller, bride-elect of
Joe Allen Worsham. The Woraham-
Mlller wedding will take place on
The luncheon table was centered
with an arrangement of daisies *nd
batchelor button* tied tolth dainty
white satin bow*, carrying out the
blue and white colors chosen by
Miss Miller. She ws* presented
with a piece of crystal in .her se-
lected pattern by Mrs, Undiey.
Places were marked for Misses
Rosemary Morris, Jeannette Car-
mack, Billie Mae Walker, Mrs. El-
mer Blise, Miaa Miller and Mrs.
Former Como Girl
On June 26
Mr. and Mrs. George Truett
Co* are now at home at 4810 Live
Oak, Dallas, after visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hil-
dreth of Saltillo.
Mr. and Mrs. Cox were married
la Rockwall on June 88, with Rev,
Johnson, Baptist minister officiat-
ing at the double ring ceremony.
They were attended by Mr, and
Mrs. Duane Yates and Mbs Imo-
gen* Psrnum of Dallas.
The bride, the former Miss Jim-
mie Wade Hildreth, wore nary
blue with white accessories and a
white halo hat. She Is a graduate
of Saltillo High School and has
made his home in Dallas for seve-
Mr. Cox is the son of Mrs. J. L.
Cox of Dallas and the late Mr. Cox
He is s graduate of Sul Bluff
High School, ' ~
'an Powell, daugh-
Mrs. J. M. Powell
and Thomas W.
of Mr. and Mrs.
Iwharty of Dallas,
)d marriage vows
feminized by Rev-
[ Rupert, Tuesday
|ne 29 in the First
popal Church in
fards of burning
jdie ferns, huckle-
I gladiolas, asters,
hollas formed the
I Mrs. .L. W. Sim-4
I Schumann; Ro-
kis; Andantino in
ki; Clare de Dune
Mrs. R. G. Wilkie and Mrs.
Malverne Glover entertained Mrs.
Dick Vititow with a pink and
blue shower, Friday evening, July
9, at eight o’clock in the home
of Mrs. Wilkie on Church street.
Pink and blue flowers, arrang-
ed in miniature baby carriages
and cradles, were displayed at
vantage points throughout the en-
An antique epergne of pale
pink glass, holding blue daisies
graced the center of the refresh-
ment table, where pink and blue
ribbon sandwiches, sweet pickles,
potato chips, and daintily decor-
ated angel squares and iced Coca-
Colas were served.
Miss Barbara Bell, dressed in a
youthful pink summer frock, read
Edgar A. Guest's “Home” and
The honoree, Mrs. Vititow, re-
ceived many lovely and utsful
gifts from her friends.
Mrs. Dolly Glovsr of Longview
was an out-of-town guest.
Miss Nellyne Martin and J.
Lewis Morris were united in mar-
riage in the Muleshoe Methodist
Church Saturday morning, May
22, 1948, at 8:00 o’clock, under
an archway of fern and sweet-
peas. The ceremony was read by
Rev. T. G. Craft, pastor. .Miss
Martin is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Martin of Route 2,
Como. Mr. Morris is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Morris of
Bill Renfrow of Lubbock at-
tended the groom as best man,
and Miss Betty Wode of Mc-
Lean, Texas, attended the bride
as bridesmaid. The bride wore
a pink eyelet street length dress
with brown and white accessories.
Her corsage was of white gladio-
lus. The bridesmaid wore a blue
linen street length dress with
white accessories. Her corsage
was of white carnations.
Immediately-, preceding the
ceremony, Mrs. Craft, organist,
played "Because”. “I Love You
Truly” was played softly during
the ceremony. Willis Farrel and
Bob Harvey, both of Muleshoe
served as usher*.
The couple will make their
home in Muleshoe, where Mrs.
Morris is employed by the Farm-
ers Home Administration and Mr.
Morris is employed by the Mule-
shoe State Bank.—Reported.
A miscellaneous shower was giv-
en in the home of Mrs. Manton
White June 25, honoring Mr, and
Mrs. Wayne McGrady.
The house was decorated with
beautiful bouquets of seasonal
Mrs. Jack Sheffield presided at
the Bride’s Book, where 58 guests
The program consisted of music,
rendered by Mrs. Johnnie Porter,
and Mrs. Lewis Garvin sang “Oh
Promise Me,” and “I Love You
Truly”. Then Mrs. Leroy Harris
gave a very interesting talk on
England. Last on the program Mrs.
Porter played the Bride's favorite
Martha White gave a lovely
toast a* she presented the bride
with a huge array of beautiful and
Refreshments of sandwiches,
potatoe chips, cake, and punch
The guests left about 4:00
o’clock wishing the bride and
groom a long and happy married
There was 35 who sent gifts
that were not present—Reported.
sll, Wichita, Kan-
iwning” and “Be-
e ceremony. Dur-
I Lune” by De-
|ose of the cere-
|»ang “The Lord’s
indies were light-
phn M. Powell,
Me, and Mr. Sid-
kan of Ft. Smith,
Girl is Married
Spots before your eyes can be
Inspiring, especially If Ila Mc-
Avoy is Inside them. Ila wears
a two-piece swimsuit mads of
leopard-printed fabric, designed
by Claire Rose of Miami, Fla.
liven in marriage
ler chapel length
lantilly lace over
Union June 28
Miss Margaret Jane Woods,
daughter of Mrs. Della Woods,
3316 Oak Grove, Dallas, became
the bride of Charles James An-
derson, son of Mrs. Q. H. Anderson
also of Dallas, Saturday after-
noon, July 3.
The home of the bridegroom’s
sister, Mrs. C. E. Davidson, 1316
South Marsalis, Dallas was the
scene of the wedding for which
double-ring rites were read by the
Rev. R. I* James.
Mrs. R. J. Bridges attended her
sister and Richard Anderson serv-
ed hi* brother ss best man. The
bride wore a white gabardine suit
with brown and white accessories.
Her corsage was of white esna-
Immediately following the re-
ception held after the wedding
ceremony the couple left for a
wedding trip to New Orleans, La.
Upon their return they will be at
home at 5817 Tremont in DsUss.
The bride, graduate of North
Dallas High School formerly at-
tended Saltillo High School. Her
mother served as school librarian.
Mr. Anderson Is a graduate of
W. H. Adamson High School.
e bodice had a
nd of white satin
seed pearls. She
kitts with deep
[n seed pesris.
mil of bridal il-
i place by a pris-
I and pearls over
[sad. She carried
Ih s white orchid
In tulle and satin
power of sstin
Bed by Mrs. Sid-
kn, of Ft. Smith,
If honor and the
I Mrs, D. L. Car-
k, Kansas; M iss
fi; Miss Jeanne
■ rs. James Hunt
■as. Their gowns
Ind yellow taffe-
I bands of white
ky were white
Id carried nose-
A mermaid, outlined In glitter-
ing, rainbow-colored sequins,
makes an unusual decoration
for this strapless white satin
swim suit. The sprite-trimmed
suit is modeled by Collen Dela-
ney, at Miami, Fla.
Othell Luckey and
Inez Tarrant Wed
In Fort W orth
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Shrode of
Pleasant Grove have announced
the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Merlie Nell Shrode to Jake
J. DeBord, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jake J. DeBord also of Pleasant
The impressive ceremony was
performed Monday evening, June
28, at six-thirty o'clock in the
home of Rev. R. H. Long of Un-
The bride was lovely In a dress
of white eyelet with navy acces-
„.,u ™,„. series. Her only attendant, Miss
Morris, who are visiting here from! Novell Wilburn wore a frock of
Houston, and Mr. and Mrs. Lon-jtl*v>r crepe.
m* Campbell entertained with a The bridegroom was attended
delightful party Friday evening in by his brother, Charlie DeBord.
the home of Mr. Morris’ mother, Mrs. DeBord is a 1948 graduate of
Mrs. B. E. Morris, on North Da- North Hopkins High School and
vis street. Mr. DeBord graduated from Sul-
An informal picnic supper wssPhuf hl*h "ho0' *n„194»-
, , ! , /' 'He t» a veteran of World War II.
served in the back yard at the I
Morris home followed by games' The C0UP|# wiH *l hom«
of bridge later. Gorgeous ar-|We,,t p»rk »treet i" Sulphur
(Bn AtmeUtU* Prtu>
Hollywood—The strenuous life:
Alan Ladd recommends 10 or 15
minutes with a punching bag at
the end of s nerve-racking day.
"Grandest pickup in the world,”
he vowed on "The Great Gatsby”
set. Alan's lightwsight bag is in
an alcov* outside his house , , ,
Sonny Tufts slimmed down 30
pounds (to a mere 1B0 on his six-
foot-four frame) for hi» new wes-
tern, "The Wrangler” , . "Just
went into training as I used to for
crew at Yale. Haven’t had a drink
for seven months.” Sonny’s ac-
quiring horses to ride on the fire-
break trails near his six-acre es-
tate in the Santa Monica moun-
tains . . ,
Ccasar Romero does his own ac-
robalting —without doubles— Iri
“Julia Misbehaves.” I saw him
supporting two of the five De-
Waynes, tumblers, on his broad
shoulders. . .
Personal doings: The Edgar Bu-
chanans just celebrated their 20th
wedding anniversary. They met In
the University of Oregon dental
school and both practiced for years
in Eugene . . . Ilka Chase, here
from New York to act In "The
Tatlock Millions," wa* warned she
Othell Luckey and Mis* Inez
Tarrant were united in marriage
in a double ring ceremony which
took place Friday, June 18, 1948.
Rev. Jodson Prince performed the
Mrs. Troy Carnley, sister of the
bride, was matron of honor.
The dress wore a dress of pow-
der blue crepe with navy acces-
sories. She wore a gardenia cor-
Granvel D. Luckey, brother of
the bridegroom, was best man.
The bride, formeily of Athen*,
Texas, is the daughter of Mr. and
Mr*. Verna Tarrant, and is now
employed in Fort Worth.
After a short wedding trip the
couple will live a! 3400 East Bel-
knap in Fort Worth.
The bridegroom, who i» the son
of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Luckey of
Sulphur Springs, served three and
one-half years in the Air Force
during World War II, and is now
employed in Fort Worth by Fore-! Mrs, Raymond
moat Daiiyland. — Reported. I high for ladies
TREASURES FROM THE PAST
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carried in mag-
r Joey and Ken-
pf Mr. and Mrs.
Powell were as-
br* by the bride-
|der blue dress
|t with gray veil-
rty wore a navy
|r hat with gray
rwharty wore a
[ted. with ferns,
baskets of jmilti-
[he dining table
I a white satin
Id with gai lands
lies. The three-
Itered in a ring
I Mrs. Charle*
I LaKayette, In-
I wedding cake
mrell of Wichita
|e left for a
■ The bride wore
kntung suit and
Iw hat trimmed
I Her other ac-
iy. Her corsage
Kids. They will
luly 10, in Mid-
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■ phone 373
Becomes Bride of
Across from the Post Office
Mrs. Eugene Chamberlain, Mr.
and Mrs. Raymond Barton, Mr.
and Mrs. Alvis I’ickeCt, Mr. and
Mrs. I. T. Harper and Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Smith.
(Continued on page eight)
The marriage of Miss Eva Rob-
inson, daughter of Mrs. Robbie M.
Phillips, of Sulphur Springs and
Paul Robertson of Refugio was
solemnized in a candlelight cere-
mony at the First Methodist
Church, Aransas Pans, Thursday
evening, June 24. with Rev. A. D.
The altar before which the cou-
ple pledged their vows was deco-
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Bagwell, Eric. The Daily News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 164, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 11, 1948, newspaper, July 11, 1948; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth826560/m1/3/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.