Brazosport and Brazoria County, Texas, Fri., Septemtw 4, 1&5S THE PACTS MissFisherMarpies DanE. N&wbjougti MRS, DAK EARL HEWBROUGH Wed In Wait Columbia Church Ctr«monr ,"MAN" TITLE FOR CS SERMON •i Man's God-given dominion over disease and enslavement will be stressed rit Christian Science services this Sunday. Accounts of spiritual dominion to be read from the Bible include Christ Jesus' healing of the "woman having an Issue of blood 12 years" (Luke 8) and Paul's healing of Eutyclius WHO 'jfell down from the third loft, and was taken up dead" (Acts 30). The Lesson-Sermon Is entitled "Man". From "Science and Health with Key to.the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy will be read this passage:'"The enslavement of man is riot legitimate. It will cease when man enters intg his heritage of freedom, his God- 1 —' dominion over tha ma- domlnlon over the fish of the sen, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creep- cth upon the earth." Angleton Southside PT/I Meeting Planned A get acquainted meeting with tho emphasis on membership will be held by Angleton's Southside Parent-Teachers Association at the school cafe- torium, Tuesday, Sept. 8, at 7:30 p.m. W. B. Moody, who is new president of the Southside PTA, said tha meeting will b« devoted to fellowship and to signing up members for the new Wedding vows weresolefnnlied Saturday at 8 p.m. in St. Mary's Episcopal Church in West Columbia for Miss Wild* Ruth Fisher and Dan Earl Newbrough. Officiating at the ceremony were Rev. A. C. Maxted of Houston, and Rev. Charles Norfleet of West Columbia. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Fisher of Sweeny, and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Newbrough of Texon. Tex. Richland, Wash, will be the home of the newlyweds who are graduates of the University of Texas. Mrs. Newbrough attended Wliarton County Junior . College prior to the University of Texas. She is a member of Phi Theta Kappa, and Newbrough's fraternity Is Phi Sigma Kappa. Carroll Hogden of Sweeny was the organist, and Frank Ennls' of Alvln, the soloist. He rendered the selection "O Perfect Love." Pastel chrysanthemums were used to enhance the wedding getting. For her wedding, the bride chose a gown of lace over taffeu styled with a fitted bodice, »coop neckline, and tiny cap sleeve*, and a full skin. Her shoulder length veil of Illusion was held 'in place with a Juliet Cap of lace and' seed pearls outlined with Illy- of-the-valley. She carried a Bible overlaid with feathered carnations and lily-of-the- valley. Attending her sister as maid of honor was Miss Susie Fisher. Bridesmaids were Mrs. H. D, Envart of rtoust and Miss Rose Cleveland of Humble They wore Identically styled gowns of pale green, pink and lavender colors, and carried nosegays of pastel chrysan- For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. fisher chose an ivory brocade sh«ath dress with which She wore toast Accessories and » fed rosebud corsage. The bndegroflm's mother wore white linen with -black accessories and she whore a corsage of matched white orchids. Members of the houseparty For the reception held in the Parish house were Mrs. Ruth Lemming of Wharton, Mrs. Ray Whitfni re of Sweeny, Mrs.H.R iidln of LaMarque and Mrs. . E. Trlpulas of Bay City. They alternated at the bride's table thatheldacenterarrange- ment of p'astel carnations In a silver container. Matching silver candleabra holding lighted tapers enhanced the setting. The tiered wedding cake andpunchservicebalanced the table's decor, , Misses Cindy «ndSh»fon Rudin and Linda .Trlpulas presided at the children's table that was Identical to that of the bride's table. .,.:.... tllemums streamers with English ivy. with and satin ribbon Intersperced Acolytes were Robert Martin Rudin and David Tripoli*. God children of the bride. Ralph Lacy Way of Texon was the best man. Robert Rudin Fisher, brother of the bride, and Terry Farley of McCamey. were groomsmen, and they also seated the guests. By LEROT BYBD MRS. R. T. JOHNSON, at a church affair wearing a burnished green fall dress designed with a «oftly pleated skirt. She wore matching green pumps . . MRS. C. H. SWIFT, topping off a gold outfit with a matching gold rhlncstone-trimmed sweater, as she provided piano accompaniment for the musical portion of a church program . . JAYNE WOODLAND, contrasting her dark hair with a rose sheath dress and matching f4r\nrvr>orl bolero. Both were rhinestone- AlVJllUrCU trimmed. She also wore larga __ oval carved earrings ... : HP MRS. W. D. EVERETT, * * choosing a light blue shirtwaist i Miss Irene Dinning of Freestyle with a darker blue rose' Port, whose marriage to James .. "- •-"— Coffees On Acupulco Trip "/< MRS. JERRY LEE COFFEE Th« Former Mill Jani. Aken Photo By Chadwick In Acapulce on a wedding trip are Jerry Lee Coffee of Mexla and his bride, the former Miss Janle Sue Akers of Freeport. They were married Saturday evening In the chapel of St. Luke's Episcopal Church inSan Antonio with The Rev. Bob Darwcll officiating. Parents of the bride are Mrs. Sidney G. Nieteen of Freeport and Ottls Akers of Den ton. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Offee of Mexla. The bride attended the University of Texas where she was a Blue Bonnet Belle finalist, a Varsity Queen candidate, freshman beauty nominee and the Ranger's selection frof their "Girl of the Month". Mrs. Coffee was a drama major and participated in school dramas and did a leading role for theAustinCivfc Theater last season and some professional television roles. Given in marriage by her father, the bride were a gown of silk organza. The neckline was off-the-shoulder, the sleeves werebouffant encrusted with seed pearls and small sat in bows. The waistline was enhanced by a broad taffeta, cummerbund with a seed pearl desigi and terminated in cascadepoufs to the hemline of the Ml, ruffled skin. Her short veil was Qarden Club Has Silver Anniversary Luncheon The home of Mrs, John Caldwell Jr. was the scene of the Wednesday morning silver anniversary luncheon of the Freeport Founders Garden Club. Mrs. Bascom Hayes, president, presided over a short business meeting during which Wedding Party plans were completed for par tlcipation in the Brazoria Coun ty Fair in October. This part o the meeting was under the di rection of Mrs. B. H. Carlton. Year books were distribute! and previews of the coming year's events were pointed ou at the neckline or PRIDE THE -PEI ^'Seek gc Vou mar •the God LESSON TEH* ObadM) The purpose of thta to help dangers maintain attitudes, The boo* sections! judgment concMmng 'Of the day ot A SCHOOL LESSON _______ „ _____ doom of tha other teMon* is eternal. 61 tho end of the kingdom of Sod wM, be established. In earlier lessens we have disonssed how wo should pray for our nation, and what we should do for tha recovery of the spirit ofouruatlon. Obadiah suggests where (o begin. . There is a nobla pride which , every patriot slwuld possess. Contemplating all his country has given liiin, this very pride of country,, however, should • make him hurnble of spirit. But the.ro is another son of pride - a pride which is arrogant and isolationist. It is this lype of pride with which the book of Obadiah is concerned. When Israel returned from the slavery of aibytoii, their cousins of LjJom treated them cruelly. Edom did nothing to help in their misery, and actually blocked the way of escape when they were fleeing from their aiemies, so tlut hosts of them were slain. This cruelty aroused Dbadiali to denounce national pride, and to declare mighty lidmn under the , judgment of God and to be -. destroyed With a perverse blindness through the ages man lias assumed there exists such a thing as national security. ^Putting his trust in power and foro*, he has sought to gain it. No nation is invulnerable. Wtetory reveals to the most casual observer that despite wealth and power no nation ever aiMined lasting security.- witness the fact that th*. dynasties of Rome, Greece, Egypt, Assyria, Russia and China marched in pomp before the face of Almighty God. and then marched off the stage into oblivion. National pride brings no. enduring life — but only - diah Indicates pride did not prompt Edom to any oven evH -• she was simple a guilty bystander,' striving for no good will. Neutrality may be possible in political life; but there can be none in the moral World. In the creating of public opinion, a nation must take sides. We, in America, are members of perhaps the greatest nation oa earth. We are therefore placed in 4 position where we cannot hide our shortcomings. We indulged in aggression when undertaking both the Mexican and Spanish-American War. America did not make the slums of Old Delhi, in India in which 50.000 families dwell in appalling squalor. But we turned a deaf ear when our Ambassadors urged aid for this country in its fight for democracy. Instead, we have done much for neighboring Pakistan, which has become a dictatorship. °ur government has recognized the government of, Guatemala, which "shot its way to power." Toooften we favored Batista. whose corruption cursed the common man of Cuba. We have befriended the tyrants of Saudi Arabia and Spain, , , : Obadiah indicates apathy' to immoral" ' haTIbnlt : :' conduct" comes from national pride and brings out the worst in one's neighbors. The greatest danger facing us today is thai-atomic weapons will one day--b*-employed by aggressive 'poor' nations. Atomic warlsnotllkelytobreak' out between the 'wealthy' nations, but between those that (like ourselves) have essentials of the good life and those who have been left hungry and naked at lh« gates of abundance. Destruction by a "poor 1 nation could be the result of ourpride. Not so long ago a cultured and well-educated college graduate was visited and invited to Join the church. His conscimce would not permit him to take such a step. In World War 11 he served withacompany of men who came across a greup of old men. children, and pregnant women wishing to surrender. It was not "convmim" to take prisoners, and so machine guns were turned on (hex people. Can't. Church Sept. 4 The veteran could not get away from this memory. This man has traveled back to the scenes to this cruelty, but for him peace has not yet come. The wages of rughlessness come high! Must humanity oominuc to walk tliis way? U there no hope for the nations? The Christian faith asserts there Is hope. In repentance and right-about- facing resukinginanew attitude toward one's fellow is there hope. W 8 ire: a -free people; There is nothing in the world which can compel us to walk the way of pride U we determine to do otherwise. (These comments are based on outlines of the International Sunday School Lessons, copyrighted by the htemational Council of Religious Education, and used by permission.) A. Armsworlh Jr. of San Antonio will take place at 8 p.m. Saturday, and Mrs. H. L. Cromwell were hostesses for a luncheon Tuesday for members of the wedding party. The luncheon was held in the Saran Room of the Dow Hotel. The table was centered with a miniature bride and jgroom enclosed in glass and surrounded by coral vine with- an arrangement of pink carnations and pom pom mums. Pink i place cards were used. Guests included Jan Stringer, Joan Parker, and Prella Mays, all of Freeport; Susan Stark of- Lake Jackson; Terry. Schoene-i mann and Mrs. T. N. Dinning; Jr., both of Houston; Joanie! Puryear of Alvin, and Gayle ' Haden of McAllen. The luncheon was celebrat ing the 25lh anniversary of the club and in keeping with this a silver theme was used. Th buffet table for the luncheon was centered with an arrange ment of pink roses in a silver biscuit warmer with pink rib bon streamers extending down the table. This was arrange* by Mrs. Carl SiddaU. Silver serving dishes and goblets further carried out th theme. The club still has one active charter member, Mrs. J. L Williams Sr. SHELL FISH _ SATURDAY SPECIAL! LIVER & ONIONS ONXY 65 COFFEE 5c Open « ajn. to 18 pjn. 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The bride's mother wore 'a portrait neckline dress of soft blue-gray silk with matching accessories. The groom's mother wore a brown embroidered sheath with matching accessories. A reception was held at the church following the service and was hosted by the bride's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Sisson of San Antonio. Mrs. Sisson's dress was a white sheath embroidered in gold and her flowers were white carnations. Her accessories SUBTEENERS 1 CHOICE 'Fashion offers a wide selection of subteens' fall-winter coats — including long, hip- length Jackets, Bhort reefers, sporty motor types, tailored Chesterfields, fitted princess lines and casual •wrap-arounds. were unite. ( The bride's travel attlrt was a pearl gray suit fashioned with a mink collar. HeracceSs6ries were brown and she w6re a white orchid from her bridal bouquet. Guests from . Brazosport attending the wedding were, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Calhoun and daughters, Susan and Candace, Mr. and Mrs. W. 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