The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 7, 1959 · Page 2
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Freeport, Texas
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Monday, September 7, 1959
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Page I TUB »RAZOSPO*T TACTS Armsworths Wed Saturday The marriage of Miss Irene Hall Dinning of Freeport and James A. Armsworth Jr. was solemnized st 8 pjn. Saturday , in Freeport First Methodist Church. The bride is the daughter of T. N. Dinning Sr. of Freeport and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. James A. Armsworth Sr. of San Antonio. Rev. Archie Fleming led the couple in their double ring vowi before an altar flanked tfy spiral candelabra and adorned with baskets of white stock and mums. Miss Marguerite Brummett, at the organ, provided the traditional wedding marches and accompanied Mrs. Grady Puryear of Alvln who sang '"The Sweetest Story Ever Told" and "The Lord's Prayer." Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a Couturier gown of bridal satin and Alencon lace. The sculptured bodice was overlaid with lace and the patterned lace outlined 1he portrait neckline. Accented by lace, the enlongatcd waistline formed a deep V In the back and from this detail, the skirt swept into circular chapel train. A friend of the bride, Miss Kathleen McCary, who is visiting In Europe, presented the bride with a Belgian lace veil. This was worn Madonna fashion draped over the shoulders o( the gown to fingertip length. HP- bridal bouquet was fashioned of white phaenopsis and slephanotis and carried on a while prayer book. BrwtortNjrf and Srazorfa County, Texan, Mon., topfoimtiir % fn§ MR. AND MRS. JAMES A. AHMSWORTH Jit. Will M*k* Horn* la Gtorgciowa Photo By Red Uwts Miss Jan Stringer of Freeport was maid of honor, wearing coral chiffon over taffeta. A satin Inset was accented by a satin bow and flower at the waistline. Dyed to match shoes and a notching bow forming her he'^rijES completed her attire. Fh» carried u bouquet of Fuji! mums. Bidesmaids were Gayle Haden of. McAllen; Joan Park- and David Sheperd of Odem, er of Freeport and Molly Arms- ] corsage. Tex. Candle lighters were T. N. Dinning Jr. of Houston, a brother of the bride; arid R. F. Hawvermale of ttreenbelt, Md. They also seated the guests. The groom's mother wore a beige raw Eilk drees with a gatiiered chiffon bodice and coverup Jacket. She complemented this with bronze accessories and a pale green orchid worth of San Antonio, a sister 1 Following the ceremony, a ^Thc£wore_dreM- :sce ptlon was held at the Freeport Community House. The " Joe" UeKunder of San An . | bride's table was centered with tonio attended the groom as A ed tendant. best man. Grooms,iien were Jesse 'Hibbitts of Lake Jackson; Elliott Bell, Deca'r. 111.; a sterling silver candelabra with five tapers entwined with emilax and white stock. A four tiered "white" cake was placed at one end of the table and a punch bowl at the other. In the house party assisting with the reception wtrt MM. T. N. Dinning Jr. of Houston; Terry Schoenemann of Houston; and Prella Mays of Freeport. For travel the bride chose a tailored black shadow stripe dress with a jacket. Black patent accessories and a white feather hat completed her ensemble. The couple will make their home in Georgetown where the groom is a student at Southwestern University. The bride graduated in June from Southwestern where she was a member of Delta Zeta Sorority. Her groom is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha. Fraternity. Bailey Vows Said In Conroe ' ' ' '• ' . *^ -' ' A • • . ' St. James Epu.:v/,)al Church Conroe was the setting for the wedding of Miss Sue Potter of Conroe and Jackie W. Bailey of Lake Jackson. Parents Of the bride are Mrs. F. G. Curry Sr. of Freeport and C. C. Potter o Conroe. Mr. and Mrs, W. D Bailey of Lake Jackson ace the groom's parents. Officiating at the double ring ceremony at 8 p.m. Saturday was Rev. Herbert J. Beadle Jr of St. Matthew's Eplscopa Church in Houston. The serving acolyte was Ronnie Jackson of Conroe. The church altar was banked with vases of white Fujii mums intermingled with English ivy. Candelabra formed the background tor the candlellghted ceremony and greenery was used throughout the church. Organist Miss Ilanon Moon at Willie played bridal hymns and traditional wedding music. The bride, in a semi-formal gown of dresden white pure silk organza, entered on the arm of her father who gave her jn marriage. Her gown, In Empire silhouette, had tiny tucks forming the high rising neckline of the bodice which had draped organza descending into a soft, flat bow. The bell shaped skirt flowed inly a cocktail length hemline. Th* bride's shoulder length veil of imported pure Bilk illusion flowed from a pearl encrusted Juliet cap of pleated dresden white silk. The bride carried a cascad- ing bouquet of white roge stephanotls, a ifff-nEnfetofr, ivy over a white bridal Bible. Mrs. Barkley Elmore, Con roe, was matron of honor in romance blue • silk organz gown. The bodice had rows o tucks and a shadow yoke form ing the Sabrina;_-fle$aine an was fashioned wU*rea$Psleves The waltz length full skir ended in a deep hem. Platea brims of romance blue ne formed her hat which was ac centcd with small velvet bow White gloves and white sali shoes completed her ensemble Bridesmaids were Miss Mar Simpson and Miss Mary An Sandlin, Freeport. Their attlr was identical to that worn b the matron of honor. Th bride's attendants carried bou quets of cascading white pom mums, with showers of whit satin ribbon and accented witl English ivy. The groom was attended b: Bill James of Freeport as bes* man. Kenneth Stewart, Lak Jackson, and George Rae, Freeport, were groomsmen. For the occasion the groom' _ nother chose 9 dress of evening blue crepe with tucked bodies and slender three gore skirt A swirl styled black velve iat, black velvet accessories and white gloves completed her attire. Her corsage was a white orchid. For the reception after the ceremony, the church parish hall was decorated with white pom mum bouquets. An arran- M^fl. JACKIE W. BAILEY W*d IB Cotftpf EpiscopU Ctrtmony gement of the mums graced the table hoUinglhe.ijueif-register A whlW flerea container fill- I with white asters, pom mums, and English ivy centered the bride's table, which wai laid with a white cloth. Assisting with the reception were Mrs- B. H. Lynch, Miss Judy Drenhan;'and' MissTudy Polnsett, all of Conroe, and Miss Branda Collier of Fredonia. The bride wore . navy blue suit of fall linen with matching velvet accessories, white kid gloves, and a white rose corsage for the wedding trip after the reception. The couple will live in Denton where they attended North Texas State College. They are both graduates of Brazosport Senior High School and were students of the Denton college last year. „»„ Saue >' A «P"rogu» NEW YORK 'VPl> ... Drttk rooked '.aiparagus with s»uce n la nlcolie. 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