The Selma Times-Journal from Selma, Alabama (2024)

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 SUNDAY, Summer Brides-To-Be Rush-Key Lanhan-Mitchell School. The prospective groom is the grandson of Mrs. Bester B. Key Sr, and the late Mr. Key, and of Mrs.

Adolphus B. Chappelle and the late Mr. Chappelle, all of Selma. Mr. Key completed his high school work at Parrish in 1967 and will be graduated from -the -William -P.

King Technical Institute in July. The wedding will take place on Friday, June 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Central Baptist Church. Corson-Wilson Mr. and Mrs.

George Wallace Corson announce the engagement of their daughter, Roberta Thelma, to Harry Lamar Wilson son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lamar Wilson all of this city. The bride -elect is the paternal granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.

Leonard B. Corson of Richmond, Va. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William Oscar Smith of Selma.

Grandparents of the. prospective groom are and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Meig Rush announce the betrothal of their daughter, Brenda Joyce, to Robert Chappelle Key, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Bester B. Key all of Selma, Miss Rush is the granddaughter of Mrs. Charles W. Rush and the late Mr. Rush of Stanton, and of the late Mr.

and Mrs Lucien A. Wilson of this city. The bride -elect is a member of this year's graduating class of parrish High Mrs. William E. Wilson of Savannah, and Mr.

Cecil Meree and the late Mrs. Florence Meree of Charleston, S. C. Miss Corson will be graduated from Parrish High School in June. Mr.

Wilson, also a graduate of Parrish High, attended the William R. King Technical Institute. Both are at present locally employed. The couple will be married on July 3, in the Central Baptist Church. Cole-Spivey Mr.

and Mrs. Walter Floyd Cole of Gadsden announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith Kaye, to Allen Wood Spivey Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wood Spivey Sr.

of Tyler. The bride elect is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Cole of Attalla, and of Mrs.

William A. Cole and late Mr. Cole of Gadsden. Miss cole will receive her master's degree this month from the University of Alabama, where she also completed her undergraduate work. Her social sorority is Alpha Gamma Delta.

Mr. Spivey is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Spivey and of Mrs.

Walter R. Whitman and the late Mr. Whitman, all of Tyler. A graduate of Parrish High School, Mr. Spivey is now associated with his father in cattle and farming operations in Tyler.

The wedding will take place on July 12 at the First Baptist Church in Attalla. Personals Mr. and Mrs. John H. Limbrick, who are now stationed at Davis Monthan AFB, Tucson, Arizona, will arrive in Selma on June 1 to visit his mother, Mrs.

Mildred F. McBride and family at 3018 Water Ave. Selma Times-Tournal Mr. and Mrs. William Cyrus Lanham of Birmingham, announce the engagement of their daughter, Gayle Marie, to Dr.

Frank Leith Mitchell of Silver Spring, son of Mrs. Lloyd William Mitchell and the late Dr. Mitchell of Sherman Oaks, California. Miss Lanham is the granddaughter of Mrs. James Ottoway Lanham of Selma and the late Mr.

Lanham, and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Monroe F. Gusdorf, also of Selma. The bride-elect is a graduate of Southwestern University at Memphis, and received her degree as a Medical Records Librarian from the U.S.

Public Health Service Hospital in Baltimore, Md. She is at present Deputy Chief of the Medical Record Department at the U.S. Public Health Service Hospital in New Orleans, La. Dr. Mitchell, who also holds a law degree, a.

graduate of New Mexico Highlands University and received his Doctor of Osteopathy degree the College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, Des Moines, Iowa, He is now serving as a Lt. Commander with the U.S. Public Health Service in Washington, D. C. The wedding will be an event of August 9, at the Shades Valley Presbyterian Church in Birmingham.

McCarty-Harris Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. McCarty Sr. announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol Wayne, to John Edward Harris, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Marion R. Harris, all of Selma. Miss McCarty is the granddaughter of Mr. Lewis R.

McCarty and the late Mrs. Ethel T. McCarty, and of Mr. and Mrs. Hoarce G.

Johnson, all of this city. A graduate of Parrish High School, the bride-elect will receive her B. S. degree from Alabama College on June 1. The prospective groom is the grandson of the late Mr.

and Mrs. Robert 0. Harris and of Mrs. John A. Holladay and the late Mr.

Holladay, all of Selma. Mr. Harris, also a graduate of Parrish High School, will be awarded the B. S. degree from Auburn University on June 3, at which time he will be commissioned a second lieutenant in the United States Army.

The wedding is planned for the evening of August 2, at seven thirty, in the First Baptist Church. Avery-Abrams Mr. and Mrs. Grady Norman Avery of Marion announce the engagement of their daughter, Norma Joyce, to- James- Timothy Abrams, son of Mr. and Mrs.

James Walter Abrams, also of Marion. Grandparents of the brideto-be are the late Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Grady Avery of Marion, and Mr. and Mrs.

Clyde Franklin Barton of Uniontown. Miss Avery is a graduate of Francis Marion High' School at Marion, and attended Judson College and Auburn University. Mr. Abrams is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs.

Ode Abrams of Fayetteville, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Walton Morris of Weogulfka. Also a graduate of Marion High School, Mr. Abrams is now a student at Livingston State University.

The wedding ceremony will be solemnized on July 6, at 4 p. m. in the Marion Methodist Church. Uh Women's Pages ANCHOR CLUB OFFICERS INSTALLED -The Parrish High ble, junior director; Jane Hutchings, sophom*ore director; Anchor Club, junior service organization sponsored by the Martha Chestnut, chaplain; Beverly Smyly, vice-president; Pilot Club, held its annual tea at which new members were Ginger Averitt, treasurer; Doll Sommers, president; Nicki honored and officers installed for the coming year. From Nicholson, secretary.

Misses Florence Mooring and Donna left are outgoing president Mary Ann Morrow; Trudy Grib- Wilson are school sponsors. Miss Harmon CLUB CALENDAR Honoree At Monday Recent Tea Miss Gayle Harmon, a graduate-elect at Parrish High School, was complimented at a tea Tuesday afternoon in her cottage at the Methodist Children's Home where she received guests with her sister, Miss Linda Harmon, and her housemother, Mrs. Willie George. A mixed spring arrangement table which was covered with a cutwork cloth and also held a watermelon basket filled with honeydew, cantaloupe and watermelon balls and grapes. Other refreshments included party sandwiches, and punch.

Miss Betty Sue Cleckler presided at the guest book and Miss Jean Thornton poured punch; others assisting in serving were Misses Sharon Glenn, Debra Logan, Shelia Pruitt, Peggy Stewart and Jane Wyatt. Miss Harmon was presented with a corsage of yellow carnations for the occasion, 1969-THE SELMA TIMES- -JOURNAL 11 MAY 25, MISS BRENDA JOYCE RUSH MISS ROBERTA THELMA CORSON MISS JUDITH KAYE COLE Children's Theatre To Play "Emperor's New Clothes" Almost ninety Marion children and adults will appear In "The Emperor's New Clothes" June 5 and 6 when the fairy tale is staged at Judson College. The original musical will feature many young actors who are veterans of the 1968 Children's Theatre production, "Cinderella." The script for the current play was written by Rose Norman, Fort Deposit, and June Holloway, Talladega. Music is by Judson professor Ron Smith and choreography by Judy Webb, drama major from Greenville, Miss. Sandra Howard of Alexander City is, student director.

The complete production is under the supervision of Dorothy Marsh Davis, associate drama professor at Judson. "The Emperor's New Clothes" tells the story of two rouges in the land of Sivad who decide they will trick their ruler. They plot to MISS GAYLE MARIE MISS CAROL WAYNE McCARTY MISS JOYCE AVERY BETA SIGMA PHI, 7:30 p.m. Alabama Gas Co. CREDIT WOMEN'S CLUB OF SELMA, 6:30 p.m.

SELMA AND DALLAS COUNTY C. B. CLUB, 7:30 p.m. Dallas Academy. SELMA TWIRLERS Square Dance Club, 7:30 p.m.

Youth Center. TOPS CLUB, 7:30 p.m. Home of Mrs. Munroe Jackson. WESLEYAN SERVICE GUILD, Church Street United Methodist, 6:30 p.m.

Installation of officers and supper meeting at church. WESLEYAN SERVICE GUILD, Memorial United Methodist, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday CRAIG AFB NCO WIVES' CLUB, 7:30 p.m. Board meeting. ELKDALE GARDEN CLUB, Spring Picnic, FOP Lodge.

LADIES' AUXILIARY TO FOP, 7:30 p.m. Alabama Gas Co. PBX CLUB, 7:30 p.m. Installation of officers and dutch supper at Tally Ho. POTTERS COMMUNITY CENTER, 7 p.m.

Wednesday ALTRUSA- CLUB, 1 p.m. Program meeting; Graystone Restaurant. LUTHERAN WOMEN'S BIBLE CLASS, 9:30 a.m. St. John's Lutheran Church.

SELMA CHARITY LEAGUE, 10 a.m. Meeting; 9:30 a.m. Board of Control; YMCA. TOPS CLUB, 3 p.m. Home of Mrs.

James Morgan. STURDIVANT MUSEUM will be open to the public this afternoon from three o'clock until five. and. on weekdays Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. until noon and 3-5 p.m.

Hostesses today will be Dallas County Friends of the Museum; members of the Selma Charity League will serve as hostesses on Wednesday. Mrs. Earnest Recipient Of Courtesy The home of Mrs. John S. Pilkington in Lansdowne was the scene of a stork shower complimenting Mrs.

Blake Earnest, for which the hostesses were Misses Shelton Pilkington and Julie Lilienthal Mesdames David Hicks and Marvin Jones. A lullaby cradle filled with pink and blue flowers centered the coffee table in the living room. The honoree was presented with a novel corsage of yellow baby booties. The tea table was decorated witih an arrangement of pansies and candles in silver candelabra. The shower theme was carried out in the tea cakes shaped like booties and iced in pink and blue.

Guests were also served party sandwiches, nuts, mints and co*kes. Mrs. Earnest then opened and displayed the gifts presented her by the following guests: Mrs. Cleveland PorMrs. Bill Porter, Mrs.

J. S. Pilkington, Mrs. David Smith, Mrs. Frank Earnest, Mrs.

Louie Herrington, Mrs. Personals Miss Kathy Youngblood of Minter was named one of the ten Best Women Athletes at the re ent Honors and Awards Day ceremonies at Birmingham-Southern College. MCHS Students Chosen State Representatives Miss Ann Cannon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.

C. Cannon of Thomaston has been chosen by the Thomaston Study Club to represent Marengo County High School at Girls' State, to be held at Huntingdon College June 1-7. Representing M.C.H.S. at Boys' State this summer will be Joe Pack, son of Mr. and Mrs.

John F. Pack. Named for the honor by the P. T. Joe will attend the annual event to be held at MarionInstitute the week of June 1.

Earl Saunders, Mrs. Larry Zimmerman, and Miss Judy Art Show Set For Autumn In Demopolis Members of the Demopolis branch of the American Association of University Women have announced that the fifth annual art show under their sponsorship will be held Satwith the city's celebration of Alabama's Sesquincentennial. All who have participated in the past are urged to return an new artists and craftsmen are invited, including silhouette makers and artists who willl sketch local scenes and do on-the-spot portraits. Chairman for the '69 show is Mrs. John Rish.

In charge of registration of artists are Mrs. Dale Larson, 1309 Mason Ridge and Mrs. Jimmy L. Patterson Jefferson both in Demopolis, Mrs. Larson and Mrs.

Patterson are circulating information concerning the exhibition and should be contacted by all who plan to take part, make him believe he can be suited in a marvelous fabric only the smartest can see. Naturally no one wants to admit he is not smart; SO The result is fairy tale history. Joy Bazemore, Daphne, and Dorothy Ur chol, N.J., play the parts of the tricksters. Practicing other roles are John Marberry as the emperor; Stan Turner, the prime minister; Jack Fowler, the general; Charles Tyer, a weaver, all from Marion. Karen McWaters.

of Decatur is the queen mother, and Ann Zbinden of Birmingham and Libby, Hitson Summitville, Tenn. are wives. Costumes designed by Melissa Hosmer, Gadsden, and sets by Paula Cochran, Columbia, S.C., will lend -a 15th century Europe atmosphere to the singable, swingable show..

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