Feb 1943 - Alma Hesseltine Bridal Shower

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Feb 1943 - Alma Hesseltine Bridal Shower - tffiffiSDAY, FEBRUARY 18,1942 - i _ '- i RECENT...
tffiffiSDAY, FEBRUARY 18,1942 - i _ '- i RECENT BRIDE IS COMPLIMENTED AT SHOWER SATURDAY Nine hostesses, Mesdames R. T. Towery, C. M. Brown, W. C. McDaniel, E. T. Carson, George Burris, John Bushong, Frank Wilson, C. F. Blackwell, and A. D. Wofford, complimented Mrs. C. E. Reed, the former Alma Hesselltine of Freeport, with a miscellaneous shower, Saturday afternoon, Feb- ,ruary 20, at the home of Mrs. R. T. Towery in Sinton, Texas. In the receiving line with Mrs. Towery were the bride, her mother, Mrs. J. D. Hesseltine, and the bride's sister, Mrs. Bert Powell of Freeport. From two until five o'clock, thirty-five guests were registered in the bride's book, which was presided over by Mrs. Blackwell. Mrs. Carson displayed the many lovely gifts. Early spring blossoms were placed about the rooms, with the Valentine motif featured in the centerpiece, pastel sweetpeas in a crystal bowl, flaked by matching crystal lovebords, on the refreshment table. Misses Mary Wilson' and Susan Hill alternated with the bride's sister-in-law, Mrs. Albert Hassel- and Miss Matty Jo Giles at the lace-laid table where angel cake squares, adorned with tiny red hearts, and coffee were served. Mrs. McDaniel, Mrs. Bushsong, and Mrs. Burris assisted in the dining room. The bride was a member of the senior class in the Sinton high school, before her marriage during the Christmas holidays. The groom is an employee of the Ethel-Dow Chemical Company in They reside in Freeport. Freeport. CHURCH OF CHRIST SUNDAY SCHOOL GIVES PARTY FRI. The Sunday School department of the Church of Christ entertained Friday evening, February 19, with an informal party at the Freeport Community House. About six- ly guests were present. All the games that were played, were played for points, the one having the most points at the end of the evening, won the prize. Games 'played were Musix, Fruit Basket Turnover, Dart Boards, Bean Boards, Apple Catching, and Ringer Games. A fortune teller told fortunes and read palms, for those not participating. The climax in the game playing, came when all joined in a scavenger hunt. Dr. Lewis Sellers, S. R. Thompson, B. H. Rogers, and Horace Lambert, minister, played officials and refereed the games. Dickey Kinney won a Mickey Mouse Trapeze artist for high scoie. Refreshments of sandwiches, potato chips, cookies and punch were served by Mesdames Earl Breiner, B. H. Rogers, Joseph Hampton, Kinney, R. D. Birdwell, Lewis Sellers, Horace Lambert, and Miss Cave. o MRS. V. PESSARRA GIVES RUMMY AND BRIDGE PARTY FRI. Mrs. C. Victor Pessarra entertained Friday evening at her home on First street, to two tables of bridge and one of rummy. Floral decoration in the living rcom was a low bowl of peach gladioli on an end table. High score at brige was won by Miss Edith Tobey, the rummy prize

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  1. The Freeport Facts,
  2. 25 Feb 1943, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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