Shannon Spradley Flower girl 18 Sep 1969
. a, - .. . Miss Debyra Go///ns wecfs Michael Thomas Sandel MRS. MICHAEL THOMAS SANDEL The former Debryi Joyce Colllni — Photo by Hamilton Danbury PTA holds teacher reception DANBURY - Members of the Danbury Parent-Teachers Association affirmed their membership in the state and national organizations. A vote lo remain part of the Texas and National Congresses of PTAs was taken at the recent Danbury meeting following a long discussion. During the discussion, Mrs. Garland Plummer, PTA member for 25 years, stressed QIC value and worth of the organization. .She pointed out that each officer should be trained In his or her job. If each officer knows their job the PTA unit would function with greater success, she said. A workshop for officer training was suggested. The discussion and vote was held at the annual teacher reception and first monthly meeting of the group. Martin C. Weise, elementary elementary principal, Introduced all elementary teachers. Supt. W. B. Jolley Introduced Weldon Gllliam, high school principal. Gilllam then Introduced the junior high and senior high school teachers to the audience. Mrs. Barbara Mink was nominated by acclamation as president of the Danbury PTA. A reception was held following the meeting for the new teachers and other members of the teaching staff. Bell-Bottoms Bow Out Make use of your bellbottom bellbottom pants, ladles—at least the daytime variety. They're bowing out this fall —making way for the skinny- leg pant look for casual wear. Wide pants will hold their own on the evening scene, however. FREEPORT - In a setting enhanced with white stock, white gladlolas, magnolia leaves and lighted tapers, Mill Debrya Joyce Collins became the bride of Michael Thomas Sandel in a double ring ceremony held Aug. 30 In St. Paul's Episcopal Church In Freeport. The Rev, Allan Hohll was the officiant. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Collins Sr. of Freeport. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Ella Francis Sandel of Atlanta, Ga. and Charles Sandel of Houston. The couple will make their home In Houston where he is employed by Chevron Oil Co. Given In marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal formal gown of candlelight satin styled with an Empire bodice of Alencon lace featuring a scalloped neckline and short sleeves. Her chapel length train of Alencon lace was bordered with a wide band of candlelight candlelight satin. The train formed formed a sleeveless cape which was attached to the shoulders of the gown by satin bows. Her shoulder length veil of silk illusion was held in place by a headdress of satin and pearl beaded rosebuds. She carried a cascade of white roses entwined with lace. The satin leaves of the arrangement were beaded with pearls. Satin ribbons tied wilh love knots also accented the bridal flowers and the bouquet was carried on top a white prayer book. The flowers were centered with a corsage of white glamellias. Enroutc to the altar, the bride stopped at her mother's pew and presented her with a long-stemmed red rose and a kiss. After the ceremony, during the recessional, this gesture was repeated for the bridegroom's mother, who was presented with a white rose. Attending the bride were: Miss Desiree Collins, who acted as her sister's maid of honor; Mrs. Tamara Hardwick Hardwick of Houston, matron of honor: Miss Jane Hinson, Mrs. Jenny Baker, Mrs. Connie Smith, Miss Sharon Bowden of Houston and Mrs. Susan Edwards of New Orleans, bridesmaids. They wore Identical blue silk crepe cage dresses fashioned with cowl collars and accented with blue malibou feathers at the hemlines of the full length skirts. They carried cascades of yellow carnations and their headdresses were flat blue bows edged with malibou feathers. Miss Shannon Spradley of Angleton was the flower girl. Ronnie Sandel of Houston served as bestman. Groomsmen Groomsmen were Ralph Collins, Jr., David Hardwick, Richard Woods, Robert Fox, Tim and Mark Lawson. Acolytes were Paul Fox and Paul Hcnick. Larry Ballard and Bud Williams served as ushers. Mrs. Elaine Brent provided the organ music and Mrs. Bryan Perry, the bride's aunt was soloist. Members of the wedding party presided over the service service at the bride's and bridegroom's table at the reception held in the Parish Hall of the church following the ceremony. They were Jerene Spillers, Carol McCoy, Carol McCrane, Caryl Yontz and Eileen Koenig. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Collins chose a pastel pink chiffon dress with a lace overblouse beaded with pink pearls. The bridegroom's mother was attired in mauve green silk sheath dress. For their wedding trip to Corpus Christi the bride changed into an ensemble of 2 Angleton women offend Assembly ANGLETON—Mrs. Estelle Kuehn and Mrs. F. H. Martin will leave Saturday for Denver, Denver, Colo, where they will attend the Supreme Assembly of the Social Order of Bcauceaunt. x Mrs. Kuehn is president of the Angleton Assembly No. 232 and Mrs. Martin is precep- tress. pink double knit. Prior lo the wedding the bride was honored with several parties. Mrs, David I lard wick and Mrs. Adrian Moller were hostess to a miscellaneous shower. Miss Sharon Bawden and Miss Jane Mlnxon were hostess to a lingerie shower. Mrs. Margaret Fox and Mrs. Robert Collins honored the bride's attendants with a brunch and Mrs. William Calgreen was hostess for the bridal attendants luncheon.. O, K. day noon BUY EITHER 1 THIS Automatic Ice! Nq fill. No spill. Dial amount you want to keep handy with Cube Level Control. Easily connected to available water supply. Frost-Proof! You'll never defrost again! No space lost to frost! Defrosts Defrosts only when needed. 14.6 cu. ft. Big! 3.56 cu. ft. Freezer holds up to 124 Ibs.