Stamford American and The Stamford Leader (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1957 Page: 4 of 12
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Are United in Marriage Saturday
In Ceremony by Bride’s Father
r^X^evemenTl^ e mT
By Pierian Club bn 1956-37 Record
The marriage of Lorna Hlnck- ’ tfon*
ley, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. j Following the wedding, a recep-
W. A. Hinckley of Floydada, and! tkrn was held at the home of the
Douglas Lusk of Hobbs, N- M. ^groom's parents at 713 South
Peachy Cole Pep
Poachy Cole, daughter of Mrs.
. , Ben Cole, was elected president
of the Stamford High school pep
squad for the coming year.
Since there were no junior stu-
dents eligible for office, all new
* officers have to come from the
-1 aophemore class.
- Gin Davenport is the new vie *
president; Anne Hudson, secre-
J, tary-treasurer; Esther Rhodes,
sergeant-at-arms; Sue Miller, par-
liamentarian-historian, and Gloria
• Pep squad officers for the
=“? yWlQirWmihg to a close were
Sandra Sorrell, president; Peggy
Harvick, vice president; Ha lone
> Lipe, secretary treasurer; Dels-
rece Hansen, reporter and Sandra
Neinast, sergeant at-arms. J. W
Simpson. high school principal,
was pep squad sponsor.
C*lauariirra was * ^ - n n m ir n
v ii* t i it tit it i * i oi irt* f f >1711
son of Mr and Mrs. Bunk Lusk'
ol Stamford, was solemnized Sat-
urday. June 1, at 6 p.m at the
New Hope Baptist Church.,, ■
The double-ring ceremony was
performed by the bride’* ___
a former pastor of the New Hop?
Attending the couple were
Mary Woolsey and Hownr 1
lace dress over pink taffeta, clear
plastic pumps with a penny In her
shoe, and carried an arrange-
ment of white carnations on a
The Bible wag "something bor
rowed” and her lingerie was
- Miss Woolsey wore orchid ani
her corsage was of white camn-
Pineapple sherbet frosted with
ginger ale and white wedding
cake were served from a refrean
ment table covered with a white
bouquet of mixed fTOwers
Mothers of the bridal couple. third place award in’-its eiaaa on program on soil-end water con-
For traveling the bride wore a
pale blue printed nylon dress. The
The hrtde wore a pink nylon couple went to Dallas and to
points in Oklahoma before return-
ing to Stamford. They will go
stay a few days in Floydada he
fore going to Hpbbs, N. M. to
make their home.
Anson High school in 1955, L
employed by Empire Geophysical
Company. The bride was a Junior
in Floydada High school.
Mr. and Mrs. Dee Prewit Make Home
In Abilene Following May 25 Wedding
Dee Prewit. formerly of Starr- Mrs. L. E. Prewit of Hamlin, for-
ford, married Annette Flrtdwr merly of Stamfbrd, and grandson
. Randy PettersoriT
honored qn his birtl
in ceremony at the HV-dln
Church of Christ on May 25
groom is a son of Mr and
Awarded Rank at
The girls have been working to-
ward their Trail Seekers rank,
Ihs first rank in Camp Fire,
completing requirements for the
rank In their various activities
during the year
Mrs. Julian Eliott, guardian.
STATE achievement 2 col SOC 18
Pierian Club of; Stamford,
which was second place award
winner of First District, Texas
Federation of Women's Clubs,
also took several state achieve-
These were announced at the
recent atate convention in Waco
and certificates are being recelv-’
ed by Mrs., L. W. Larson, who
served as president during the
The Pierian Club received a
press book. The club has taken
district and state honors on its
press book for several years.
Pierian Club in the citizenship
division of tha public affairs de-
partment, in which the Hamlin
'52 Study Club won first.
Pierian Club also won second-
place award for its Pioneer Per-
sonalities program In the Texas
Heritage department on a story
on Dr. Hugo B. Haterius. out-
standing minister of the Luther-
Mrs. Raymond Astln won
rpectai recognition, taktng rirst-
Is Honored by
Marriage of Mrs. Travis Bouchett
And Dr. Saul Frank Supowit
Is Solemnized in Dallas Saturday
place award for director of beat
nervation arranged for a club.
Mrs. Astin. Is state chairman of
Division of Water and Soil in the
Second place went to th i Department Of Conservation.
Emma Appling Panned Becomes
ZK^mlBride of Teddy Wayne Harris _
In Ceiemony at Home Sunday
Emma Appling Pannell ' and
Teddy Wayne Harris were marri-
ed Sunday,-June 2, at 9 a m. be
fore a gathering of their families
and a few close friends in the
home of the bride's parent*. Mr.
and Mrs. Euclid David Crockett
The groom Is a son of Mr and
The Wadikachick Camp Fire_____________
group fteW an OCIldoOr couJlf^T on the football "team and student
of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Prewit uf
The bride is a daughter of Mrs.
Jackie Fletcher of Hamlin. Her
wedding gown was of imported
\ enetlan lace over white taffeta.
Both young people were mem-
bers of the 1957 graduating class
of Hamlin High school where Pre-
wit was a four-year lettennan
Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Harris of
Rev. Marshall Rhew. Methodist
district superintendent and
former pastor of the bride, per-
formed the double»rlng. ceremony.
The wedding party stood beneath
a beautifully decorated archway
and the bridal couple knelt at
prayer bench for the wedding
_ US# c#remonlaT i
Mrs. Ci/y Bates. sporisor, award
ed the honor beads, which are
Qn ms birthday in Mav
of fits pmentt.PMr> toV Wrs°At* fvamed by work they have ac- D* Mr *nd Wr*' B*ntm
bert Petterson. There was gifts I complished.
and plgy. A birthday ealte Ttold-1 Mn. Alton McClellan, assistant
lng a cowboy and candles was f guardian wearing her Camp Fire
cut and served with other re- ceremonial robe, awarded the
fresh men ts.
Present were the honoree, his
grandfather. M V. Reed. Mr. and
Mrs. Rudolph Burk roan Winston.
Patricia and 'Jobby, Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Thompson and Carolyn.
Mr mmP Mr* Oliver Reed
insignia of rank. Those receiving
Tran Seekers rank were Mlml
Olson. IBmdra Qlson. Susan Mc-
Clellan, Martha XJaves Karen
Bounds Patsy Bates, Gwen Port-
wood. Donna Proctor. Ann Hor-
Bridal Shower I9
Given Thursday For
Lorna Hinckley, daughter o!
Revrswd Mr*. W. A. Hinckley cf
Floydada. was honored wtth 'B
bridal shower Thursday night at
played traditional wedding music,
She accompanied Joan Poulter cl
San Angelo, a musk- major in
McMurry College and roommate
of the bride in school there, a*
she »ang ’True Love" and “Be
cause" and Georgi Bohannon, also
a childhood friend'a*hd 'music
sky. wha sang *The Lord's 'Pray-
Mrs. R. A. Wood In the country
home of the Euclid AppUngs on
Saturday night, June 1.
"* The house was tastefully deco
rated with garden flowers arrang-
ed ^ by Mrs. Wood. Fourteen
guests attended the dinner.
Mrs. Travis Bouchett and Dr
Saul Frank Supowit Were marn
ed Saturday at 3:30 p.m. in tlw
Greenland Hill. Methodist Church
in Dallas, with Rev. Lloyd H
Jones brother ol the hr Ida. >f-
Only members of the immedi
ate families and a few ckete
friends attended the ceremony
and the reception which followed.
In Fellowship Hall.
Mrs. SupoWit is the daughter^,
of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Jones of
She wore a sheath dress of
French blue, hand crocheted
ribbon with ail white acccaaonc?
a taffeta cloche, short kid gloves,
beaded bag and grass lhien
pumps. Her white orchid corsage
and single strand of pearls
completed the ensemble
’ For traveling. Mrs. Supo-wit
chose a suit of toast linen with
white pique trim and hat, white
gloves and black patent purse
Dr. and Mrs. Supowit left by
plane at 7 a.m. Sunday, for a two-
week wedding trip to Jamaica,
returning by way of Miami
Beach. Fla. ‘
And B. R McGhee
Will Be Married
MY. and Mrs. E. L. Stephens
are announcing the engagement
and approaching marriage of
their-daughter, Martha, to Billy
Ray McGhee, son of Mr. and Mrs.
1. T- McGhee of Rochester.
The young people will be
married June 27 at the home of
the bride’s sister, Mrs. E. A.
Mrs. Ruby King is planning to
return to Stamford to Hve, re-
turning t# her home here. She ex-
pects to be here , early in June,
coming from McDonald, N. M.
Margaret Jo Cotten, daughuf
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cotten
honored bv the 13-year-old glrla
of the Intermediate department
of tlje First Baptist Church
Tuesday, May 21.
This was a farewell party for
Margaret Jo, who was leaving
with her parents for Cortez, C©iu,
Each of the girls could invite a
guest. The party was held with
Janet Sorrell at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. WUburni
Sorrell. Mrs. C. E. Blackwell U
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Coke and cqokles were served
Besides Margaret Jo and Janet,
the party was attended by JodUe
Plumlce, Sue Raley. Sandra
Kelley. Kay White and Judy
over the Week
Lorin Buck of \
and Mrs. Chari I
Floy Moss of 1
and Mrs. Chart*
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
family ol Ifdl
Arlyne Stokes, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Stokes, Is remain-
mR in school at Hardin Simmons
South Side Square—Stamford
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Mr. and Mrs
of this commu
Mr. And Mrs. Ik
friends here Stu
Mrs. Jack M<
wtth a birthda
Those present -w
Mr. and Mrs ,
Mr. and Mrs.
and sons, Mr.
Helm and Je
honoree and he
Mrs. Roland Rii
is here visiting
Kainer, and otl
and Mrs Herb
were in Fort W
he came back t
at the Hamlin
days last week,
home and is gel
Guests in the
home in Aspei
and Mrs. Leo M
Mrs. Norvell 1^
of. Sagerton, Mi
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The honoree became the bride
of Douglas Lusk Saturday night
Hosts for the party were Mrs.
Lindsey. Mrs. Carol Felts. Mrs.
Ljtle Adams, Mrs. W. E. Wame*’
and Mrs. Milton Pierce.
Large pink joses and small
clustered pink roses decorated tho
entertaining rooms. Beverly
Lusk, sister of the groom, regie
tered the guests.
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The 'bride, given in
by her father, was attended
her stster in taw Mrs. Euclid Ap-
pling as matron of honor.
Philip H. Szcnaai of Odessa
boyhood friend of the grpom and
student in Texas Tech, served as
The bride wore a beige sill:
shantung suit with full blouse
belted back Jacket with bone
buttons aritT penPII MOPE Her ha
was shades of blue flowers and
feathers with veiling. Her shoes
were beige fabric.
She wore blue ear screws and
bracelet. She carried a white
Bible covered'with white feather
ed carnations, blue ribbons and
M.-t centered with wMle gardenia
corsage which was later detached
to wear for going away. The
Blhle given the bride when sh*
was a young child by her grand-
Mrs. Euclid Appling wore a
natfy blue ahantung suit with
blue shoes, white hat, white
Jewelry and white carnation cor
Following the wedding, the
guests were invited into the din
lng room for the wedding break
fast. Emmaiee Heltzel of Ciacv.
cousin of the hrldi?. presided at
the reglatry. A handprinted hook
made by an aunt of the bride fo •
her paternal grandparents' gold
en wedding anniversary was used.
The breakfast table coverei
with an Italian outwork dinner
cloth, was centered with a lovely
arrangement of pink carnations
and daisies in a sllveb bowl. All
the table appointments were in
silver and crystal.
The traditional Wedding cak-*
was cut by the bride and groom.
Vera Harris of San Angelo, aunt
of the groom, served cake to the
guests. Coffee was poured from
the Sliver sendee by Mrs. Clyde
Sufher of Albany, an aunt of tbV
Small open faced sandwiches,
nuts and mints completed the
breakfast menu. Nina and Kate
Suther of Albany, aunts of the
bride and Mr*. R A. Woqd of
Columbus assisted in the dining
Mrs. Dave Walker, assisted by
her son, Don. tbok moving pic-
tures of the wedding, especially
Idr the groom’s family who were
unable to attend because of in-
juries received in a car accident
For trave'tng the bride added
blue gloves and beige pnrae to
hep wadding ensemble and lifted
the gardenia eoraage from the
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After a wedding trip, the youne
people wrtll live irf Odessa at 13tW
Roth were students in MeMuiYy
College during the past year.
Rehearsal dinner was given bv
Mr. and Mrs. Euclid Appiint **d
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Craig, Roy M. Stamford American and The Stamford Leader (Stamford, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 14, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 6, 1957, newspaper, June 6, 1957; Stamford, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth973041/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stamford Carnegie Library.