The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 25, 1959 · Page 3
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Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, August 25, 1959
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Bragoaport and Brazoria County, TexaB.jTueg.. August 25,1969 i '§' i .'.. 1 Means-Cato Vows Pledged ftjri.. -RI — . t . ... *^ BRAZOBFORT 1-aCTft /s \ Miss Francps Catd and Willie D. Means were united in marriage In a candlellghted ceremony at 4 p.m. Sunday In the Perry's Landing home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cats. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs, S. L. Means, also of Perry's Landing. Rev. Roger Whlddon, pastor of Jones Creek St. Thomas Methodist Church, led the . couple In their double ring vows before an improvised altar centered with white mums with blue birds of happiness interspersed in the flowers. Flanking this Were crystal can- die holders, and candelabra formed the background. Green and white caladium complete* the decor Given in marriage by her fa Iher, the bride wore a wait; length gown of white brlda satin and nylon lace. Style; oti princess lines, the gown wa fashioned of satin with an over lay of the lace. The bodic t featured a V neckline and cap sleeves, and the skirt flared out into gored fullness. Her fingertip veil of tulle cascaded from a satin covered headdress. She carried a laven der orchid atop a white Bible, Miss Patricia Watson was maid of honor, wearing a Ugh blue faille dress styled identl Mrs. Singer Honored On 85th Birthday With Family Reunion Mrs. Effle Singer was honored on her 85th birthday Sunday with a family reunion'and dinner at the Clulo name of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Voss. Attending thp event were Mrs. Agnes Singer, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sinner and four sons' Tom Curl; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crutcher and five children; Mr. «nd Mrs. Carl Crutcher; Mrs. Myrtle Crutcher; and Mr. and Mrs. Juston Crutcher, all of Houston. ' And, Mrs. GcorgB Thnman of Highland; Mr, and Mrs. Dudley Leath and children of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Drlnkwater and children of La Marque; Mr. and Mrs. Hellcry Prultt of West Columbia, Mr and Mrs. Hcllery Prultt Jr and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pugh and «m; Mr. and Mrs Marvin Jenkins and daughter Joe Edd Singer; and Mr, ani Mrs. John H. Crutcher, all of Houston; Lee Sinner of Clute the honorcc, and the host* and their four children. cally to that of the bride. With this she wore a pink carnation corsage. Charles Asit Jonei attended the groom ai best man. Mrs. Cato chose a black sheath with a desp white collar featuring streamer! In ths back. Black patent accessories completed her attire. The mother of the groom wore navy trimmed in: pink. She complemented this with pink accei- series. Both mothers wore pink carnation corsages. The table for the reception lhat followed the ceremony wag laid with a lace cloth. Centerpiece for the table wag a tiered wedding cake topped with miniature bride and groom. Crystal candle holders and punch bowl completed the table appointment*. In the house party assisting with the reception were Barbara Bass, presiding at the punch bowl; Barbara Price of Vidor, serving ,nake; Carolyn Malkey was in. charge of the guest book; and Eunice Means assisted with the flowers. For a wedding trip to San Antonio, the bride chose a brown Dacron dress with a bolero jacket. She accented th» black trim on the ensemble with block accessories. She wore the orchid c&rsage lifted from her bridal bouquet. The couple will make their home in Jones Creek. The] have both attended Brazospor High School. The groom ji employed at Sweetpea's Restaurant. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Bill Price and daughter, Jeanne Marie of Vidor; and Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Parrott and Vickie of Lake !harles, La. • , -^-^—™""*««™. U Chancel Cfioir Has Dinner, Show Pag* 3 Around 75 members and guests of the r,ake Jackson Methodist Chancel Choir were entertained recently with a din ner and program held In Wes ley Hall of the church. Choir director Grant Scog- Two Top Officers Named For West Columbia PTA Columbia Elementary Parent Teacher Association were filled at the recent meeting of that group. Mrs. John McCain was elected president to fill the vacancy created when Mrs. T. C. Alexander resigned from that office. Mrs. Pickens Rasco was elected first vice president, replacing Mrs. T. E. McMillan. gins discussed the fall music program with the group and announced the resu m p t i o n of rehearsals. The adult choir has been on vacation this summer with youth groups taking over choral duties. Following the business, Scoggins was again introduced but this time as Ted Grant, emcee of a television type talent show. He was assisted on the show by George Mayes, as producer, director, sound effects man, etc. Their parade of talent included a trio composed of John Moore, Howard Brown and with the latter providing guitar accompaniment for their several sentimental ballads, Including, "Tom Dooley." They were followed by Lucille Levine, using the name Minnie Pearl, who accompanied her varied vocal efforts on the piano. Next came the Texas Twosome of Bobby Franklin "Mrs 8 W^y ^Tond Cer'tr^ M ' 'iro nr«irier*« r,,«,:j.j _i »u- vyesiern tunes. Kcturns From Camp A Freeport student recently returned from counselor duties at a church camp. Miss Sharon Phipps, present tudent director of Christian education at Freeport First 'resbyterian Church, was counselor at an eight day encampment for eighth graders it namp Cho-Yeh at Livingston. tad on* how taeflr you can afford new Firth oacpet-at MB. AMD MBS. WILLIE D. MEAHS Couplt Wtd In Horn. Ceremony B r Jack Grt*nb«rg SUCCESSFUL MOMCMAKIN6 By OEBALDINE 8. LEE County H*m« Dirooniiniion Agtnl Box 186, Analeton BUTLER-GRIMES CELEBRATING BACK-TO-SOHOOL And Our 33 ANNIVERSARY ^ M . _ SAVE WITH THESE BELL-RINQ'IN C A I • BARGAINS! 3ALC SAIE STAR *S THURSDAY, AUGUST 27th By the first of October, 24ho me demonstration leaders sho uld have finished their suits am coats which they pbntomakea the Tailoring Workshops to be iield In the Assembly Room a he Courthouse, I'd like for you to know who liey are as they are leaders who will help others in the! communities to semi-tailor a suit or coat. The leaders are Mrs. J. L Ramsey and Mrs. Fred Duncan ran the Rosharon area: Mrs tola Roberts and Mrs J. A Js) of the Wild Peach - Ethe trea; Mrs. John T. Williams Mrs. J. E. Davis. Mrs. B. C Turman, Mrs. J. B. Berryhill, and Mrs. Victor Daughtery o the Angleton area; Mrs. H.A Coleman of the Manvel club Mrs W. R. Jobanson of Liverpool; Mrs. D, E. Shannon an< Mrs J. R. Lively of the Pear land area, and Mrs. L. V. Conover. Mrs H. 5. EfirdanidMrs. Mrs.. Henry Rodger*, Mrs. d adys Steffen and Mrs W.A.Ji nks of the Ahrin area; Mrs. Laura Williams, Mrs. W. L. Nasb of the Damon and Varners Creek area; Mrs L. Segura and Mrs H.HegerofBrazoria;mnd Mrs. F. H. RutherfordaodMrs •L. R. Smith of Lake Jackson ar ea. We know thai borne sewing can cut clothing costs and that we have more if wesew well enough and have the time tt helps to plan ahead, for the wardrobe; decide what tosewandwhattobuy ready made. You can also save dollars if you a re skilled enough to make your own alterations of ready nudes, remodel garme nts, and do a good Job of mend ing. ( A convenient sewing area will increase your efficiency and pleasure in sewing. I include these features in planningaod organizing your sewing center: 1 Cutting surface or table of elbow height 2. Convenient pressing area including ironing board, sleeve board and steam iron or electric Iron with pressing cloth. 3 Sewing machine (placed so light comes over the left shoulder). 4. Sufficient light, both natural and artificial, 5 Easily cleaned floor waste basket near machine. 6- Adequate storage for patterns, supplies, pressingequlp- ment and yard goods within reach. 1 Electrical outlets properly placed for sewing machine and irons Chances are, such a working «rea already exists in your home. Some planning and re-organizing may make it more convenient and usable. A separate room is ideal if sewing is a ma- lor activity ff you would like some help on improving your sewing area; call TI 9-5711 or write me at Box 186, Ansleton. Texas, for information. vice president, presided at the meeting that was held in the office of Principal Irl Roper. Mrs. Scott announced that the first September meeting of the PTA will be held at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 8 in the school cafetorium. The program, a skit entitled 'New Demensions in Parent Teacher Relations," for this meeting will be presented by the sixth grade students. Mrs. Hubert Wilson and Mrs. The final number had onlookers doing some guessing to determine just who the Me- Guire Sisters really were. The long wigs and flowing dresses were actually worn by Shlriej Brown, Dick Snyder and Doris Vausht who gave lively accom- oaniment to a recording by the famous trio. Decorations on the two side tables included long strands ol iTi.a. HUULTI wnson ana Mrs. „ „ „ , , B ~.~~"» «» McCain will be responsible for ? r j;? ner y- Centering the head nursery arranepm»n(= fr,- «ho! table was a n arrangement nursery arrangements for the uuiacij euiaiiKemenis lor tne . .— — -..«»*ci»j*:ii coming nine meetings The bu2! i" r ? ated ^ J"«• Ollie Tarb «". get was presented by Mrs. Lin-In . use ^ olls to "Present dy Archer. Mrs. Milam Rowold 2!?, <rgl £ s ' Org . an , Accompanist dy Archer. Mrs. Milam Rowold | c ?, ggi 5 s ' Org , an , Accompanisl gave a report as hospitality! y 5 and cholr members chairman. Mrs. BuJer Gallemore announced the committee on membership of which she is chairman. Ed Williams, safety chairman, stated plans for routes to and from the elementary school for parents driving children to and from school. Williams will work with Mrs. SJr ntap S^»^;^£f r «* **« known to the public. ' Lnurcn had a BaWerree '"V Sunday Church To Each Hit Own Wax CHICAGO -UP!.— Using wood floor wax for asphalt, vinrl or rubber tile floors can be harmful. Here's why:The easy-spreading wax products usually contain a solvent, xhich is also fte clean- In? agent. This solvent fan damage asphalt, vinyl and rubber tiles. On the other hand, the water In waxes recomaiended lor tiled floors will eventually s'poU fine finishes on hardvocd Boors. Is Told At Buffet Supper the three Sunday worship services. Rev. H. N. Balrterree, former castor of Larte Jackson Shady Oaks Baptist Church and t°-irst Baptist member since retirement, brought the sermons. He served as pastor of Shady Oaks for about six years. Special music was presented Sunday morning by Miss Ann Neill at the pinno accompanying Miss Anita Lett's solo. Rev. John H. B*ird, pastor of , First Baptist, will .return from (vacation to bring tne Wednes-" ?day~ night servfec. ' -••-••. Mrs. L. L. Chiles and Mrs. 3. W. Tillman, assisted by Miss Myra Tillman, entertained with a buffet supper Friday ever.- ng in the Tillman home ti "weeny. The occasion was an an ouncement party honoring Miss Nancy Boden who will be- ome the bride of Jami.., Gns- am on Sept. 26. She is the aughter of Mr. and Mrs. James \. Boden of Old Ocean, and the respective groom is the son of tr. and Mrs. Eaton Grisham of edar Lane. The buffet table was center•d with an arrangement of aditional white wedding bells md lilies-of-the-valley. The >me theme was used to center he candle-lit individual dining hies. The hostesses presented the onoree with a piece of her hosen silver. Guests, besides the noaoree, included Misses Lenora Zackary, Unda Hightower, Linda Stokes, Annette Bailey. Dianne Wallace, Pat Surber, Joy Lou " Sewell. Judy Chiles, Peggy , Boden. Tillman. Maness Griffin of West Columbia, Mrs. Edward Johnson. Mrs. Grisham and Mrs. Baden. For the BEST in ... • WaU-Ta-WaO Carper Tackltss Installation try expert*. • Custom nude Drapes Installed Complete toeind- Inc hardware • Interior Decorator Service DAEWOOD'S 119 W. Zn* Pnepvrt MRS. TAHBELL CREATED CENTERPIECE Dolls Represent Choir Director, Members U Church Conducting Fall Clean Up Week This week has been designated as fall clean up time for Lake Jackson First Methodist Church. 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