The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 31, 1959 · Page 2
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Page* THE BBAZOSPORT Btoxoftport and Brtutorin County, Texas, Mon., August 31,1959 Miss Betty Ellen Bowera Is Bride Qi. William MRS, WILLIAM WAYltt SMITH Wad In Stn Msrcas Ceremony A ceremony in a San Marcc: Chlirch of Christ united in mat riage Miss Betty Elen Bower, of San Marcos ana William Wa yne Smith, Freepon, at 8 p.n, Saturday, Dr. and Mrs. Victor Lee Bowers of San Marcos are parents jf the bride and Mr. and Mrs William Oliver Smith, Freeport, are the groom's pirents Amid white taper*, ,fern, ana mum arrangement* varying from pale yellow to deep bronze which decorated the church, Mr Ernest H. Whitl, of Houston, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Wedding music included "Through the Years" sung by William Wayne Smith; "Because' 1 with Mr«, Ted Breilun a* soloist; and * mixed chorus sins- .ing "Oh Perfect Love" »nd "The Lord Bless You and Keep You". The bride, wearing a white .Hlk peau d« sole weddlnggown, •/as given in marriage by her inner. The batteau neckline ofthego- •m was appliqued with Alencon rfce and the same lace emphasized the hipline of the dome snaped skin with its court train. A waist length veil of imported bridal illusion cascaded from a Sharp-Kirkldnd Vows Pledged In Lufkin Ceremony Saturday A Lufkin wedding ceie:,iony on Saturday united Mis* Martha June Kirkland and Jay Dee Sharp. The bw i parents are Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kirkland of Lufktn, and Mr. and Mrs. James G. Sharp of Freeport, are parents of the groom. Dr. Arthur DeLoach officiated at the double ring ceremony in First "Japtlst Church. The •Hsr background of greenery, white caladiums, and spiral candelabra, with baskets of white gladioli, mums, and caladium leaves around the altar •sr*rs ths decar far white «atin and tulle. Maid of honor, Miss Janelle Stovall of Corrlgan, the bride's cousin, wore a princes* line dress of blue lace over taffeta. Her headdress was a small half hat of blue satin and lace and her boquet of bright pink asters were tied with cascading pink satin ribbons. Bridesmaids were Misses Ann Fenley, Sarah Milhall, and Kay Kirkland, cosin of the bride. Their dresses were identical to the one worn by the honor attendant and they carried pink aster bouquets. mony. The choif rail was dec-1 Attenalng the groom w* I Si ftrsted with white candles and "">•»•«" "' «»••-*— — «- greenery and caladium leaves. Pew* were marked with white satin ribbon. Weddini; music was provided by William F. Schahn as soloist, accompanied bv Mrs. Guy Crbom at the'^an. Tb« HrM e . c«s« a prin- of Houston, as be* man. Groomsmen were De nis Bass, Bob Spencer, an Charles Polk, all of Freepar -andleli?k'i-«! wero .Ken Kir land, brother of the bride, an Thomas Haygood. For the wedding the bride •mother wore a blue de so Hress with matching accesso '?». Her corsage was a pin orchid. The Broom'» mothe otiose a pink linen dreis ,wit —„ — .. matching accessories and wor at the wrlrts. a pink orchid corsage. Per hcarfdriss was a slmoli-i Mrs. C. M. Soain, matern« fled l>'"»i can of Ch-mtillvUrandmother athe bflHe'wor lace sti-M-il -Ith nearls andia black suit with matching ac i!-" 1 " h»r do-ble cessories and a white carnatlo corsa«e. Mrs. W. W. Kirklan — of bridal satin and '"•••f-.niv lace, was given Jrt, m« h»r father. The e<T . """ n» rh«ntillv lace featur « ending In points do I^IW - Irt^rttV^ }11i,<t1ftr> VPll. Pli« cp»npd a wh'to "M a w^lte ivr<iH and , and with cascading -wWt» satin Vnot»»d rih- Th<! brld» wari« a nat«rnal grandmother of th bride, was also attired In Mack dress with matching ac cessories and white carnatio corsage. Mrs. ".mma Llllard maternal eranHrriother of th . •"•oom. chose a navy dres "°'* v Loins* rivpr. 1w"- •->qtchin» acces«'vi»s. and whit elri. rirAt^o^ Hon'Vqiiv to tbp I "x™*l(on corsage. .."',• 5 ""«*»<t w hlte ro«e net-) A white embroidered line ais from a basket tied with cloth covered the bride's tab! of pearls, a sift of the MHS. JAY DEE SHARP I Mdc» Horn. In Nacogdoch*. TSO for the reception in the church parlor after the ceremony. The table was centered with the bride's bouquet and silver CSJi- dalabra holding white tapers. The double weading ring cake was at one of the tables with the crystal punchbowl at the other. The serving table was laid with a white linen cloth and centered with an arrangement of white carnations and mum» Baskets of white gladioli and mums were decorations for the reception room. A white candle «un BIB Shiii oi oontn'a i^.- quet decorated the table hold. mg the bride's book, with Miss Judy McKinneyv.p"resldIag -• Serving were Mesdames Er nest Kirkland, Ralph McKln ney, Christie Stovall, and Horn er Beakley. ,^ In J*! e , receiving., line were the bnde, groom, their "parents, miad o{ Ifcrt' and bridesmaids. For the wedding trip to New Braunfels the bride chose a navy costume suit of imnorted Italian cottdn worn with blue accessories.__The coup make theitr home-Tn "eo. doches where they are both students of Stephen F. Austin State College. Out-of-town «uest» for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs, Homer Beakley and Mrs. T)or"thy Hannp'nrd and <5, tMn H<mni>for<l. i're*t )or * : Mr onrt Mrs. Ernest KlrirMnd. K«y and orUn Kt-Hand. r)«)ort- Mr nd Mrs. T.lovri KlrWand »nd Tanet Kirvignd, ^«^ntnontr Mr. "nd Mrs Po'nh l'"tci'""^,r.,nd ) Mr. and Mr*. Chri*-' Sfovsll and Jundls and rtes David Stovall. Corrl- Prior to f»i« • • • events hnnored th» ^ ea was elvon bv Mr- of Freennrt. T nale »'»f 7S eiiests ^alleH rt'irlncf be tea. Mrs Pfltwt Mnlh^ll c;^.,t, -nlhall. and Mrs. .Tim w <»nley were hostesses fw n m'--«Ha. eous shower for the hrMe. A tea shower with """lames '•dwJn Aldredw. M. *»«"<>n«er T. E. Stringer, Harry Barrett Charlen Austin. W. T. nich eawn »3owman. Oattnn M« a - ows, Elbert Johnson, r>o»»ias -awrence, and Lonnle T,»^ ( • hostesses feted the hrWe- elect. The rehearsal dinner for the veddlng party was given by ie «room's oarentj In the exas Room of Petty's Restau- ant. The table wa« centered V a white carnations ,r>d urns arrangement and En«* ivry ran down the !<>nffth f the table. Place cards were old double wedding bells. LEE'S iEEDIT IEWELEB& _^ 107 W li •:;net of Alencon lace dotted th pearls. The bride car- id .• yellow throated white .•chid surrounded bystehpano s snd English Ivy ss her bou uet, ' Hie bride's sister, Miss Mar :» Bowers, was attired incry- stal peau de sole In aqua blue is She served as ma(d of honor, .'he gown was street length witli 1 twd bodice, rounded neck, and ap sleeves. A fulloverskirtof urquolse silk organza covered he full skirt of the gown. She worematchlngsath pumps Md M Squs illmlon veil. Her boOquet was fashfcxiedof Noma?o bronze mums. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Frank Hervey Jr. of Houston. sUter of •he groom, snd MM. Gery Smith, Raymondvllle. Tftey wore dresses and pumps of crystal PJ.U 6) tote Identic*! to those of the mild of honor except th- eir veils and bouquets were al so Identical. . The groom was attended by Meyer Mills W/tt eH Mbuaton, as best man. Groomsmen were Scon Smith, brother of the groom, Preeporti and Ronnie R, Ray, Anchorage, Ky, Usher* were Frank Herveyjr, of Houston) Brad Dsvls, Wctod- A Quick And Ensy Grnd \ pound ready-to-Mrv« meat. Remove the Shells 1 from hard-cooked ecfs and cut in half lengthwise. Separate yolks from whites. Mash yolks and add ground meat, \ teaspoon salt, i teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon prepared mustard, 2 tablespoons vinegar and 2 tablespoons . mayonalie. Mix well! and fill each efg white with mixture, using fork of pastry tube. > Huston. . Champagne beige chiffon was the choice.of the bride's mot- hen Her gown featured a por- • trait collar and softly gathered skirt, A bilge and brbwn'fea- pale green spider mumcorsag* completed her ensemble The groom's mother wore * blue lace sheath drees with matching shoee and white accessories. Her spider mom cor- s*f« was yellow. Fancy Franks •A combination of grated sharp •heddsr cheese, pickle relish, .rtepared mustard and crated onion provides a mighty tempt- •ng topping for boiled frank- ,'urters, Slmplr split frankfurters almost in half, nil with relish mixture and.broil t to t minutes, The 'reeeytioti, immediately ilfter tfttSettmony, was heMirt the Bowers'home An imported Irish linen cutwdrk cloth covered fiW'.'bWW'a table ne thre« tiered cake w«s topped with a Bridal tMtitttt of stt»rro ^Jty. tlthMK illf ftfC4pfi0fl fc tht U» /r- WHJUm Mcd Meat American* «« *Hm| pounds mer« MMt MT penon today than ttuy m » fttn •to. gredlent. Weat In Tht IW«t It is Important to know ihat John Btibfd, Frank *Aul Hopson, John Yarchiisk* roe CHett and Homer Fergu wn and Misse* Marion Brook? md Jane King, all of San Mar:os»Mrs TruettHanon, Level irtdi Mrs Glen Truly andMUi Ifflts Fox, Austint Mrs (Hr- es Gotten, Fort Worth i Mr* Jerry Johns, Outlast *nd Miss Pat Voight, Elgin , Amnim . . . With Monhmollew NEW YORK >UPI> -- JV*fll •rawBtfrry mavslimnllo* «*<«< ake.i n l«sl.y topplim for \t.t nr cak<>.'"Comf>lne In th* ibfr Mlir if tt*Mh- »iinw*. nt MO tiiwc*.>ith i. up of i:ru<l>F(1 fresh strswbenlr und 5 taUlMponns at ll*ht Mrt •yrtip. Cook m-fr hnfwntcr, .<tlr- •ln« until fflimrth und thoron*hlv iflwrt. B«mov« Itfitn heat *nrt diet.. For a short Wedding trip the bride chose a dark green.siflt and cotton sheath dress with fitted bodice tut m»wW«i w»fst length jacket with threequaner length sleeve*. Her accessories were buck and »he wore a white orchid corsage. The couple Will live at 6300 Allegheny, HMMOA, , ueM tkeir return. The bride has attended Southwest Texas State Teachers College for two years and Mans tt> graduate W Jaeuary, lM0,ffum the University of Houston. She is a member of Phi Kapta PM, scboUstic honor society. The (room graduated from the University of Texas in 1958 and is now a senior at the Baylor University College of Medicine in Houston. 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