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Sunday, August 12, 1962
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ZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS. SUNDAY. AUGUST 12, 1962 (Hf. BRATOSPORT FACTS Editoriol—Adv.—BE 3-3511— Classified—Be 3-2611 PAGE 7 MR. AND MltS. ,!OH CAUL SMITHKRMAN t'nupln Will (In To Germany Soon Photo Ilv Parrlnello SMiss Huff, G. C. Gibson "ed In Old Ocean Church Smitherman-Barrier Vows Recited In Angleton Rites SI. .lobn Lutheran Church In!neckline that came to a V in (he many for two years. Angleton was the setting for Ihe!hack, and three quarter length They are both graduates of Ang- eandlolight service at 7:30 p.m.; sleeves. lelon High School. He is a grad- Krirlay that united in marriage; A linra outlined m pearls held'uale of Sam Houston Stale Teach-! Miss Kay AHoon Barrier and Joejher ellx)w length veil of ttille. She-ors College, where he was a mem-! Carl Ktr.ilhctmaii, l>oth of Angle-'Carried a bouquet of white roses'her of Delta Tan Alpha frater-j Ion. and carnations. 'nity. He is presenlly a lieutenant | She is the daughter of Mr. and; Miss liillie Ann Barrier was,in the United Slates Army Re-j Mrs. liillie A. Harrier and his her sister's ninid of honor. Brides- .serve. Mrs. Smitherman also nt- -. parents are Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl mnirls were Shirley Rimmer, tended Sum Houston Stale. ; Smithomian, nil of Angleton. ; Maxine Kooning, nnd Carolyn Gar- Tho rehearsal dinner was held Tho Rev. Kdrnund Sleinbring:dovsky of Angleton, and Gloria Thursday night in the home od led the couple in their double;Joan Ketiler of Rosenberg. the groom's parents. ! ling vows nt an nlt.-ir decorated! The honor attendant wore a with pink ;md white carnations dress of deep pink nylon organ/.a, and candelabra entwined with ivy designed wild a V neckline, three and while satin ribbon. White quarter length sleeves, and a full ribbon ulso adorned the kneeling skirl. Tho bridesmaids dresses rail nnd marked the pews. White:wore fashioned the snme, In light. satin covered Kneeling pillows;pink orgnnxn. were used. Candles with while j They all wore headdresses •ed In the matching their dresses, white shoes and gloves, and carried Mrs. .Sue Sleinhring provided i pink carnations tied with the nuptiril mu.O 1 and aecompnn-.rVilin ribbon. led a choir in the selections "Tlie Miss Kendal Barrier of Hou- Lord's Prayer" and "0 Perfect slon, cousin of the bride, was Ihe Love." flower girl. She was gowned idon- Ciiven in rn a r r I ago by her : lically to Ihe bride's other attend- father, the bride wore a go'wn tTants nnd carried the same type white lace over taffeta, fashion-:'bouquet in miniature. erl with a pearl outlined scooped j Pal Wilson of Houston serve'! as l>est man for the bridegroom. Groomsman were Marvin Hammond, Rayburn (iriffin of Ang- lelon; Jerry Kitvml of Bay City; nnd Lynn Barrier of Houston. Miss Westerman Honored With! Miss Blair Is Complimented With Lake Pre*Nuptial Shower Miss Patricia Blair, bride-elect Thirty gupsls altended tho come!Smith of Plninville, Conn., will ha of Russell K. Smith, was honored and go shower. i married at 10 a.m. Aug. 18 at St. recently with a miscellaneous bri- Miss Blair and the prospective ' Mary: Star of the Sea Catholic j da! shower in (he Lake Jackson groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. I,. L.lChurch in Frecport. Ihome of Mrs. William Ilusch Sr. Co-hostesses with Mrs. Hu.«ch were Mrs. Victor Lux and Miss iMary Jane Husch. ! Tlic refreshment table MISS PATRICIA SI'ILLKIS'S engngement and approaching , marriage to Paul .S. Green nf Tea In Temple Vref ^ ** F «—*« *y «•«• £ parents, Mr. and .Mrs. I>. I). Mrs. Shirley Richards of Torn- Splller of Frooporl. The Intend- was centered with an arrangement of lavender mums. The gift table was decorated with a miniature gazebo with pink rosebuds, lure gnzobo with pink roseb uds. Punch and cookies were served. Tlie hostesses presented the honoree and her mother, Mrs. A. L. Blnir of Lake Jackson, with corsages fashioned of white carnations. pie honored Miss Barbara VVes-j tea recently at the Temple Coun- ''3 try Club. Greeting guests at the door wre Mrs. D. Q. Baskin, Mrs.: || m press. Bert DoBord Sr., Mrs. Arno Som- — mers, Mrs. John McKonney. Mrs. .'Glenn Morgan Sr., and Mrs. J. 'W. Kelly. : In Ihe receiving line were Mrs. Richards, Miss Westerman, Mrs. H. W. Woslerrnan of I.ako Jackson, mother of the bride-elect, ed groom Is tho. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Oreen nf Auburn, Ala. The wedding Is planned for Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. at the. First Baptist Church of Froepnrt, Invitations are extended through Natural Color Candles were lightefl hy George Mrs. Eldo Johnson nnd Mrs. Alan Johnston. Darin Jennette Huff nnd. Roy Head of Houston served'accessories ild Chris Gibson recited their'the groom MS best man. Gnxims-. lia o'.rs;!gc. ing vows in a ceremony held j men were Don Huff, brother of 'me groonrs mother wore a First Baptist Church in Old it ho bride, nnd Tod Hill Ushers ' M sj , k s , )f ,. i|h f|rpsSi malf . ninK Aug. •! at 7:30 p.m. 'were James Huff of Beaumont ^ ^^ . ; ,. s H _., H Kften ord - ij( i couple's parents are Mr. | and Toddy Monsik of Rosenl>erg. Mrs. Stuart Huff of Oldj For her daughter's wedding, jl and Mr. and Mrs. MnwinJMrs. Huff chose a dross nf royal, ke of San Marcos, Tex. jblue laco over satin fashioned on Rev. Bobby Good, pastor.-a sheath line. She wore matching |he couple in their double ring j" ^ ' " . " ling rites before an a 11 a r j A/f j«o WnnnfT grated with a wrought ironi iV11SsJ > ".Upper i enhanced willi greenery nnd j Rofpf-J \\/1 f"Vl „*! with polled palms. Floor; * .™, VV IU1 cts ot pink carnations added: j3riQ3.l le setting which was illunil-i Schnadc nnd Michael Behrens. The bride's mother wore a dress ; Th " serving table, covered with, of blue lace, beige accessories, a hyacinth blue net over taffeta: and a pink carnation corsage, cloth, was centered with a tall, and a white glamol- The -groom's mother chose a pyramid arrangement of agapan- beige tunic dress, matching hat th " s coming from the center 01 a and gloves, black shoes and bag, silv '' r anrl <' r >'stal epergno with and her corsage was also of r " llr epergneltos filed with white pink carnations. stook and dendrobium on bids Following tin- ceremony, a re- Hanking Ihe centerpiece weie setting i ....... n ................ with pink tapers arranged: Miss Sandra Maxine Hopper of cak,-. The milk glass punch serv- iral candelabra. il-nkc Jackson, whose marriage to ire nnd silver completed \villi !im "Iliad Holt HI will lie an '«»!e's decor. ( , V( , m of A ^ ]jf WM } ._ M ,, mU .,. s 0 , „„, ' mi , n(oil m .,. m | v wi n, ., s i, nil .j,, p for the rc.-eplion were Miss Caro- corsage enhanced with brown net ,. cp(i()n nas ,„.,,, in Fellowship matching compotes holding white and ribbons. Hall at tho church. The table was sto< ' k an(1 blllp dcndrobium or- Tho reception was held at Phil- . a)vrr( ,| w jt|, wri j| P ]i npn overlniil 'bids. All appointments weio of lips Clubhouse Immediately fol- wl|h ; wni|(1 m , ( ,,., mmc( | wilh pink silver and crystal, lowing the wedding ceremony. ril/hon A silver punch service was The mantle hold a massive fan- Tiio bride's table, laid with a pink plam , „, (mfl on(i of | hn tal ,i p ifl h;iped arrangement of blue aga- not and satin bound • loth over . m ,j ., ,„,.,,., sh ,. lppf]| fjv( , , iprr ,| p:m ihiis. An oval arrangement of pink lafiela, was centered with a . nc(l( | inR ,. ak( , Wils nt ,(ie other, while stock was used on the cot- IlircO tiered Wedding cake doco- „ , ,, '„„ l-.Wn -,,,,1 a Iriam-ln -in-amr., . , ., . . i U-. Mrs. Kenneth Barrier of Hou- 1(O woie ami a mangle arrange- rated Wl h plllk n*OS and V\hlte . , , ., . rnrmf nf vt-hilo clrw-Ir u-t« lli:™-! rm ... . ;, ... , . . ston poured ptincli and Mrs. Lvnn "lent 01 wnue sio< K was used on Wedding I* 1 S. I ink t.'lpOrS in ... * . . . ' ,|. n ,..-ff on t:iti1ii -inH x tn-imrln .,, , , ,. ,,!, ., Barrier served tho cake. Alter " K «' uoie ano a triangle milk glass ho dors f ankod the , , , .. ... .i.,, c ..... c ,,\. t ,.,^\ fn ,iw> tnir^i^im the church reception a buffet -"us was pl.u e<i on tnc lou-MMon. served at the home Tlie registration table held an To retain the natural coloring of western red cedar siding, finish it with two coals of exterior slain especially mixed and blended (o stimulate the cedar's warm buckskin beige. Two coals will last years. To renew color later, one coat will be sufficient. It can be applied directly over the old coals after having washed down the house walls. If you want to keep lime deposits from settling down on the inside of an aluminum kettle, keen Ihe inside dry when the kettle Is I not in ust. MISS BLAIR, I.KFT IS I..VKK SHOWER HONOREE Alwi Pictured Is Her .Mother, Mrs. A. L. Blair Phnlo By Pal O'Cnnnell Bss Patricia Wendol of El |po played tho traditional nup- Imusic on the organ. She ac- anied Miss Su/.ce Unne of supper was of the bride's parents, for mem- arrangrmciit of white agapanthiis and with siems of blue hynrul rym bl . i(|al -Whilhei Thou Goest Lord's Prayer. • bride, given in marnagc by ; r( , (r[ , s|ln|( , nt lahlc J , li . k ,. ()|l | vn ( ; nisS| Ml - s . B Graham W j .„„, M ,. s _ Na ,, ( . y „,,.„, in I. given by Mrs. Gcorgi Mrs. Charles Updike. For their voiding trip to I-'is flanked by (-.•indies in milk glass i\ bride and groom centered the Vegas. Mrs. Gibson wore a tin- holders. bcrs </ Ihe wedding party ml t.,,f.t,,\vn guests. The buffet table was white 1 linen and contort! with pink roses in a milk glass container. party hidiimi ordhids spiraling from the laid with center. The honoree was presented a C'trsagc *i white cattlova Scning at Mrs. J. C. the tea table were Hinds, Mrs. Do.\!e ather, wore a bridal satin styled with n' si | Vl (tured bodice and a long full that swept Into a chapel train. The bodice was with a sweetheart neckline three-quarter sleeves trim- j with lace appliques and bri- that was quoise silk suit with botw HCCOS- For travel to Fort Knox, Ky., Harrison, Mrs. Ray Martin, Mi's. strewn with miniature umbrellas, soiv-s. .She wore the white orchid tho bride changed into a bine John Kiit-son, Mrs. T. C. Harrun, MISS HEKAXXA MONTtJOME- KV'S rngacenient and appntaeh- Ing nmrriagp to I). Handall \Vclwter ot Frefp«irt are announced by her |K)renls. Sir. and Mrs. Bee Miinlgumer}' "' Xi\on. The priK|MTll\p brlde- gnwmi Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. \\Vbsler nf Kreeport. A Septeniln-r wedding U planned. MKs Montgomery attended Simthwe-.t Tc-\:is Slate Cotlese- where the RriHiin-elect will graduate, this month, anil is a mem- NT nf" Alpha I'sl Ijunbda fraternity. W( , rp Ufn \ <rom hf . r silk suit complemented with white and Mrs. J. Maurice Smith of San white rose Antonio Others in the house paity were Mrs. Frances Russel, Mrs. W. \V ones and tho service and Mrs. Updike Sweeny High School and Whar- corsngp lifted from her bridal served individual wedding rakes, ton County Junior College. Tlie Ixniquet. The hostesses presented Miss groom, also a graduate uf Wlmr- Mr. and Mrs. Sniithennan will ll.nlon, Mrs. Frank Beimor, Mrs Hopper with a kitchen set and a ton County Jur.ior College is a make their home In Fort Knox for Charles Ray Vance, Mrs. L. W. corsage of white chrysanthe- .student at Southwest Texas Col- nine wook-s. They plan to return Moore. Mrs. Robert Gilni o r e, imums. The event was attended logo at San Marcos where the to Angleton in late October for a Mrs. Sam Carter Jr., Mrs. F-arl persons. ample will make their home. 'M-day visit before going to Ger-,Black. Mrs. Kirby Taylor, Mrs. Rex Hawkins. Mrs. Richard Grain. Mrs. W. B. Morris, Mrs. Denn> Kelley, and Mrs. Max Walden of i.San Antonio. j Also. Misses Rolinda Russell, i Linda Hinton, Liixia Harrion, Ann I Barren. Ann Carter, Palsy May iiiew. and Tessie Dupree. Is During the afternoon, 300 guests o f attended the tea. "be couple will l)e married Aug in the First Methodist Church II" "'ember of the Brazosport.tional field. She was undivided bo- She lus been very active in of Lake Jackson. ^ styled with sleeveless l««t-. S( . |lo|)1 sj . sl( , m f(ir J4 y( ,. lrs> ; |wm) ,„,„„.,- an( , Oklahoma. IVHa Kap ( « Gamma, having:""": "~ T Mrs. Hainos is retiring as co- whore her daughter lives. When helped orsani/e the first chapter ordinator of S|Kcial Education sl 'o found this sclnxil in Crete, in this area, Jie Delta Delta ^ Jewels shoulder-length veil of silk|jjy U1 jj tfon fell from a crown ot seed ; |ls and sequins. She carried hite orclild surrounded by d' amour which overlaid a lie Bible. Gloria Ross of Houston tlie bride's honor attendant, esmaids were Miss Mao 1 rt White of Pitlsburg, Pa., a lin of the bride, and Miss i Starcke, tho groom's sister.., )Ut n m , w mf jn mm ^ js s|ar( .. sh( . Retirement Will Be Short For Veteran BP Educator A teaching career or 43 years retire, she wanted to move some-, |KU t schools since 194S. She in Texas has come to an end, i where close to her children, as listed in this year's edition widow. But she was "Who's Who in American Educa-< •y wore gowns alike of hi- ;j Jm . j,.^ H . lim , s ()( Kreeport,.determined to stay in tho educa- lion." organza over matching taf- j featuring n draped neckline a deep V In the Isick. The full skirls wen' enhanced Mrs. Ilninos came to Br,i/oria Ibo Brazosport Education Arsocia- )cara ago, teaching lion. She has boon affiliated with first In Damon and West Coluni- Kapjvt Delta Pi: the National lie material ns their drosses. : lm ' •"•"'"" Rri! hey carried arm lxiui|tn'ls of. Ml ' s - Hainos is "very happy" stemmed pink glamollias. l» I"' starting teaching again, but l -" "> iU yn nnd Donna S,nl:h nf Uike her only rcgrot.^sho sa>s, ^^- ]1)ia ,„,;„,,. ,,„,„,„. ,„ B ,'a Zl ,s, n u,. Kdu.-ation Association; tho Amori- She ivccivoil her B. S. degrco can Association for Supervision nun North Texas Teachers Col- ami Curriculum Development; Na- logc in 19:kS mid her Master of tional Klemontary School Princi- •Educiitiun degree from the Urn- pals; Texas State Toachors Asso- :\'oi'sity of Houston in 19-IS. ciation; Busint*ss and Professional 1 lor experience includes elomcn- • Wnnien; K r e e p o rt Soroptimist tiny teacher awl principal of the;Club wh.'re she was recently ro: Kills County Rural School injclecled rooinling socretao'; ami '"JTexiis fruiu 1917-36; cliissi-oom | l«s Iven a contributor to Tho i teacher from 19.1A-IS: and teacher i Instructor, a national magajino on, also cousins cf tho bride, i' 1 ^ 'ho area tlie flower girls. Their However, this is lessened by the ises wore fashioned of light,'•"'! ""< "he »'" '»' J lls ' '' [ orgama m-cenled willi bands -I.Vniimito dilve nwny fnnn her Hatching satin. son and his family, who live in bcir white huts were trimmed ^'hiongo. Also, siio will still hej miniature pink roses, andid'we to her grandson, Bill, who; complemented their cos-!has Iweil s t a y i ng with her ami with white shoes and 1 will bo returning to his homo in ace j wouldiuxl assistant prmei|ial in Hra/os-jfor leaching ideas. Since Mrs. Hainos' many friends have learned slie will st»m IK* leaving, sl 4 MISS DOI.OKKS KRENKK'S |iar<>nt>, Mr. and Mrs. Ixnils U Krrnek of El I'ampo. an- iHHinro hor eneacrment nnd ap- i proarhinR murrlage to Bill K. I Morgan, M>II «f Mrs. C. K. i t!rlino< of Braiorta and Bill J. j Morgiin «f Hou>lon. The wed! dins It |>laiin«l fur Sept. 8 at 3 I p.m. in St. riitllip's Catholic j Oiurch In Kl Canijio. ^ 1 Six BP Women Attend ; Houston LWV Meeting MISS ANNA KITH Six Bra/os|wrt women attended a recent mei'tins ol 'he Houston League of Women Voters and heard an address by Dr. Leslie leaving, she has IKVI <iiniphiiicntixl with several fare well events. "I Ann 1 'Hie homo of Dr. Glads s 1'olk; the »"ii was the sotting (or a morning AXUF.K- SON'S nigacrment In furl Wa>m- Ityninii of>« JacUnn iMunnoke, pmfosscir of Eciinomics Is anmiunccil bv IHT lutrrnts, !at the University of Houston Iff i>. MltS, IIAINK8, lillillT, IS t'OMPMMf.M'KII WITH KAKKW KI.I. rOI' Uuleuet Aln. Jurck, Loll, Ur. II IncUtock, Mrs. Dldu-r, Dr. Folk luispitalily were Dr. Cecilia Black- Mm-k. Mcrlp Jurck, ami Marcllu ', Dinner. ; 'Hie hostesses prcscnti\t Mrs. , Urines with a luiu IUH.H set and a corsage o/ white carnations. Red roses decorated the. table that was laid with a cutwurk ctoih. The husirsMos Hllcinali'ii lit the silver itiffi't 1 si'iTlce and in scivmg refreshments at the come and go I'VCIll, Dr. Hlackstix-k enliTluiiicd »t her honu 1 with u shuwer for Mrs. Ilaincs, with memliors of the Volnsco School faculty as guests. Opal Kversolo and Kdn.t IVrgu- smi were hostesses at Mrs. FIMW son's home for an evening party fur iilxwt 111 of Mrs. Hainos' neighbors and clvise friends. Ho- <roshinonU! were served and "v i s i t inji' pms'idod ec.itTtain- mcnt. S.i. at her leaching pruloMsum in 'lV\,is cuiiies to an cini. Mis. looks (orwani witli antici- pillion to 'beginning o\er" Mr. mul Mi>. J. H. Andorxiu Roprosonling the Freeport LWV »l AiiRlolun. Tin' griMim-oliH-t U .were Mrs. MHSOII Evans, Mrs. of Mr. ami Mrs. J. A. .Duncan Mad-iron and Mrs. A. W. Ilvnuni o< AMIriM'. A November ^Henson. From tho Ijike Jackson wore Mrs. K. Jack Turner, Norman Tellow and Mrs. A. J. Seidulo. Dr. Munneke's topic was "Techniques of Group Dynamics." in Mrs. Hainos' honor. Co-! tvrddint; Is planned. MUs Amlor- LWV hostesses wilh Dr. Polk lor this,' Kin U employed by the Angle- Mrs Ion Bank of Commerce ami he Is a Dow (tifiidi-al Company CHILDRENS EYES PROTECTION NEED th.t <t< Havt your cUd dtl.d with q MADE TO TAKE ABUSE. Our Ktat touqhen»d lintel wili ba REPLACED WITHOUT CHARGE if brok.n within ONE YEAR OF PURCHASE. for Pro(«liion«l Eyec«r« vint an Ey« Spscialiit cf you' choict for your ntxt •«amin«tion. Aft«rw«rd brinq v° ur prvtcription to L M. JOHNS DISPENSING OPTICIAN 326 V.'. BROAD fREEPORT BE 3 1722 "BRAZOSPORT'S OLDEST OPTICAL ESTABLISHMENT" •••^•^^••••IBili^BMHBHHMBi^HPWljHB^BHHHHMHHM The look you love For school days ahead—dresses, suits, coats, sportswear in the season's newest, most flattering styles and colors ... in fabrics that every smart lady loves. Shop at the Glamour Shoppe now, while our selection is at its peak. 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