4 Jun 1953 The Brookshire Times
MB. AND MRS. FRANK WICKERSHAM CELEBRATES GOLDEN WEDDING A golden wedding anniversary celebration was held in the V. F. W. Park Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wickersham of Katy. The celebration was complete with all of their seven children being present, the first time in twelve years. Their daughter, Mrs. Zelma Hutsell, and husband, Grallon Hutsell and Mary Ann and Charles were hosts for the occasion. The sons and their families included, Victor Wickersham, Congressman of the 6th District of. Oklahoma, his wife, daughter, Nelda Holsom and Mr. H61- som, and Victor, Jr. of Washington, D. C.; Jeff Wickersham of Kennewick, Washington, his wife and children, Jann, La Neen, Suzanne, Judy, Sandra, Frances, and Frank; Lowe Wickersham of Artesia,,New Mexico, his wife, and daughter, Janna; Jeff is a welder and Lowe is the manager of the Kemp Lumber Co. The Wickershams have four daughters, and their families who were present, Mrs. Hutsell, whom so many know and love, is the fourth grade teacher of the Katy Elementary School; Mrs. Nina Knight 'of Cordell, Okla., her husband, Mr. Herman Knight, .their daughter, Mrs. Curtis Maloy and Mr. Maloy; Mrs. Helen Butterfield of Alexandria, Virginia, and children, Paul and Cherryl; Nell Wickersham of Houston. Miss Rebecca Tomlinson and her mother of Houston were guests of Nell. A delicious picnic lunch was served at the V. F. W. Park in Katy and angel food cakes, baked by Mrs. Romack, were enjoyed as the dessert. The honored couple named the grandchildren that could not at- tend, M/Sgt. Dorman Knight of the U. S. Air Force in service in Japan, Galen Wickersham, in boot camp in Ft. Bragg, N. Carolina, La Melba Sue Wickersham of New London, Conn., and Vicki Wickersham who had a perfect attendance in school and wanted to keep that record. The couple reside in West Katy Addition, keep a nice vegetable and flower garden, and Mrs. Wickersham does sewing in her shop in town. Lake-Andrews Wedding Planned The marriage of Miss Ann Lake to Pvt. Ollice Andrews is being planned for the evening of June 9th at the St. Marks Methodist church in Houston. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Rumfield, 624 North Hew, Houston. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Andrews at the Katy Gas Cycling Plant. Earl Ollice will report back to Camp Rucker, Alabama after a two »weeks furlough. His wife may loin him later. With the 26th Infantry Div. in-Korea — Army Pvt. Arthur L. James, son of Mrs. Dora Sampson, Katy, recently arrived in Korea for duty with the 25th Infantry Division. Private James, who is assigned as a cook, entered the Army last August and was stationed at Camp Chaffee, Ark., before his assignment in the Far East. Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Cook were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cook, at the Petroleum Club in the Rice Hotel, Sat- urlay night.