The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on September 24, 1978 · Page 35
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The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas · Page 35

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Sunday, September 24, 1978
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3-D Sunday Morning, September 24. 1978 Engagement Told Mrs. John Vernon Aldridge of Tulsa, Okla., announces the engagement of her daughter, Beverly Sidney Aldridge, to James Vincent Bonnet, son of Dr. and Mrs. John David Bonnet of Temple, Tex. The future bride is also the daughter of the late Mr. AJdridge. She attended the American International School of Vienna, Austria, and Torregon American School of Madrid, Spain, was graduated from Wellesley College in Massachusetts, and is now a medical student at the University of Texas Medical Branch. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Vanderbilt University, where he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi. He is also a medical student at the University of Texas Medical Branch of Galveston, A Nov. 18 wedding planned in Galveston. is ORTIZ'S BRIDAL A rOBMAl SHOP FOR THt PftTECT WtDOINO THE HNIST IN yQBMA.lt ACE TAILORS 763-9374 or 7634336 lAltl «*4 IAMIAIS usi oox I lAYAWAT 333 • 23rd STRUT MR. AND MRS. CHARLES C. Platt of Texas City announce the engagement of their daughter, Gwendolyn Dianne, to Jeffrey Vernon Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Johnson of Hitchcock. The future bride is a graduate of La Marque High School and is employed as a directory assistance operator for Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Hitchcock High School and is employed in operations for Amoco Chem Chemical Co. in Texas City. An Oct. 21 wedding is planned in the Heights Baptist Church of Texas City. LT. COL. (RET.) AND MRS. David W. Roberts of Bellevue, Neb., formerly of Galveston, announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Helen, to Harry Robert Greb, son of Mr. and Mrs. William O. Greb Jr. of Port Bolivar. The future bride is a graduate of Bellevue High School and Bellevue College. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Ball High School and is employed as a member of Local 450 of the Construction Operating Engineers. A Nov. 25 wedding is planned in Our Mother of Mercy Catholic Church in Port Bolivar. MR. AND MRS. ALVIN Cooper of Galveston announces the engagement of their daughter, Sandra Marie, to Ezekiel Muse III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ezekiel Muse II of Galveston. The bride-elect is employed by the American Red Cross as a safety technician. She is a graduate of Ball High School and of Prairie View A&M University. The future groom is a graduate of Ball High School and is employed by Fred F. Hunter as supervisor of their shipping and receiving department. The wedding will be Sept. 30 in Mt. Olive Baptist hurch. Polly's Pointers Porcelain Not Acid-Resistant By Polly Cramer POLLY'S PROBLEM DEAR POLLY — I have purchased a home in the country. The bathtub, toilet bowl and sink are spotted brown from the well water. If anyone has a suggestion for how I can get rid of these markings it will be greatly appreciated. — MRS. G.R.S. DEAR MRS. G.R.S. — If yours is an older house the porcelain fixtures may not have an acid- resistant finish. In that case rust or mineral stains may be removed with the following solution — a bar of naptha-based soap (chipped), one-half cup ppiii thinner or a cleaning solvent added to a gallon of hot water. This will not harm the finish. Most new fixtures are acid resistant and such stains can be soaked with vinegar. — POLLY DEAR POLLY — At our 25th weddine anniversary party we had the caterer wrap the wedding cake first in waxed paper and then in a napkin. The frosting did not soak into the paper napkin and the cake tasted better, too. — MARIE DEAR POLLY — I would like to pass on the way I always get a clean white wash. I put one and a half cups of chlorine bleach (if the fabrics will take that type) and a cup of washing powder in the first cycle. In the second cycle I only use clear water and the wash comes out white as snow and very clean. The reason for using only clear water in the second cycle is that this gets all the soap out of the wash so it does not have that telltale gray. — MARY DEAR POLLY — One of the readers wrote that she had trouble with stamps coming off of envelopes. I stamp the envelope before writing the letter and place it under a book while I write the letter. The stamp sticks perfectly. — RAY Polly will send you one of her signed thank-ypu newspaper coupon clippers if she uses your favorite Pointer, Peeve or Problem in her column. Write POLLY'S POINTERS in care of this newspaper. DOWNTOWN Central Plaza MRS. PATRICIA Atwood of Houston announces the engagement of her daughter, Carol Suzanne Atwood, to David Bruce Christian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Christian of Texas City. The bride- elect is a graduate of VVestbury High School in Houston and San Jacinto College of Nursing. She is employed by Future Care Health Clinic in Houston. The future bridegroom is a graduate of Texas City High School and the University of Texas at Austin, where he received his bachelor of science degree in petroleum engineering. He is employed by Cities ervice Co. in Houston. The couple plan a Nov. 18 wedding in the Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral in Houston. Sportswear Fabrics A BEAUTIFUL SELECTION! Beautiful screen prints, bottom weights and puckers. Cottons, Polyesters & Blends Machine wash - Tumble dry 44" Wide ORIGINALLY TO $2.98 A YARD $100 YARD FALL LIBRR Floral Prints GREAT FOR TOPS Delicately patterned florals on permanent press fabric. Machine wash - Tumble dry 50% Polyester/50% Cotton 44" Wide pfermai ORIGINALLY TO S1.98 A YARD ^YARDS V? t\J\J Fall Knits ALL THE RICH COLORS OF FALL Stripes, Plaids, Ribs, Solids, Novelties and Pontes. Machine wash - Tumble dry Great for pants, vests, suits and sportswear. 100% Polyester • 60" Wide ORIGINALLY TO S3.98 A YARD Sensitive, graceful, and a lover of beauty ... Inspire your Libra with a birthday PAS.— The Grand Performing Arts Series — eleven evenings of jazz, symphony, opera, theatre and dance by superb artists. Order now. Call the Arts Council fora brochure: 763-6459 "THE FABRIC STORE WITH STYLE' SO-FRO FABRICS i£± always first quality fabrics & notions ;4^ - CALVEZ "PLAZA 744-5987 OPEN 9:30 A.M. TO I'M P.M. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY Catalina.... smarfly tailored sports separates slyled right for a woman's figure. In great colors of teal and berry. Knitted tunic top with its own belt, $30. Pull-on pants, $22. Soft knit sweaters to wear atone or over a shirt, long sleeve. SIS. Sleevless. $13. SHOP 9:30 TO 5:30

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