Clipped From The Brookshire Times
THE TIMES Thursday, August 27, 1953 Emerald Wedding Anniversary Observed By A. E. Thompsons Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Thompson celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary August 20 in the Albert Thompson home, with a family gathering. Ice cream and decorated wedding cake were served after dinner and Mrs. Thompson was given an orchid by her husband. She also wore her original wedding ring. Miss Grace Wilkinson was present at the celebation, since she had been the designer of her sister's wedding dress. Other members of the Thompson Thompson family whose anniversaries are on this date are: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McHaney, Mr. and Mrs. Olen Thompson, Mr. and .Mrs. Alvis Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Evans. Rob Morris Celebration Held at Johnson's Home The Rob Morris Celebration of the O. E. S. Was held in the home of the Worthy Matron, Mrs. Harold Johnson on Friday, August 21. Worthy Patron, Arthur Robichaux Robichaux gave thanks after which 65 guests were served chicken barbecue and "all the. trimmings" trimmings" at 6:30 p.m. Everyone had a wonderful time. Tupper Party Held At Leon Sturm Home With a series of high spirited humorous games, seventeen ladies ladies enjoyed learning about Tupper Tupper Ware at the. home of Mrs. Leon Sturm on Tuesday afternoon, afternoon, Aug. 18th. Mrs. Elsie Mikeska, of Houston Houston was the demonstrator. Refreshments of sandwiches, cookies, coffee and cokes were served to the guests by the hostess, hostess, Mrs. Leon Sturm. The door prize was awarded to Mrs. Annie Annie Sturm and was a set of Tupper Tupper Ware tumblers with seals. W. C. Stockdick's Return From Trip Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stockdick, Sr. have been vacationing in southern Iowa, and also enjoyed a scenic drive through Nebraska Nebraska and the Black Hills of South Dakota. They returned home Friday and were honored with a family reunion dinner in the Albert Thompson home Sunday. Thirty-one members of the family family were present for the occasion occasion ; also Mrs. Faye Wright and Bob Young of Piano, Iowa, who accompanied the Stockdick's home and remained for a short visit.