The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 11, 1959 · Page 2
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Freeport, Texas
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Friday, September 11, 1959
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Pagal THE BRA20SPOR* Holcomb-Stokes Vows Said meri«i,o«uhty, f txta, Fri* ttet>t»iB%tf ittMi The First Methodist Church lA Sweeny was the setting for the Sunday afternoon wedding of Miss Linda Pauline. Stok <• and Tom Douglas Hrttcorr.b. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mri. Herman Vezey and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Holcomo all of Sweeny. Rev. double Glen ring Eckols read the rites following music by Mlts Ruby Lynn Ro- berU, who also accompanied Mis» Barbara Hammons and Miss Charlotte Stewart as they sang "I Love You Truly" and "the Lord'i Prayer." Pink carnations and greenerv were tiled In the Mtar 'ieccra- tion*. Tall floor floweri flanked baskets of the trellis which formed the setting for the ceremony. The scene was Illuminated with pink tapers in spiraling candelabr*. The bride was given in mar* riage by her father. She wort a - v 'e Alencon lace and peau de soie gown designed .with..a p t.jit neckline outlined with re-embroidered lace and ''seed pearls. The gown was styled with a fitted bodice* three- quarter length sleeves and a lace tunic ->ver a cathedral train. The tunic w»« edfed with garlands of satin that were caught up ** Interval! with lace an* seed pearls. . . .• '•>..• She wore a veil of silk Illusion that cascaded from a crown of bridal Jewell. Her bouq«et was of feathered carnations and stephanotls tur- rou-"llng a white orchid. Miss Christl Jan Camp w.n« maid of rtorpui of honor. . Bridesmaids were Mlii Birdie Phllpot and Mill Dawn Welle, Varied YWCA Programs Set For Tuesday Mornings The Houston-Gulf Coast District YWCA la pleated to announce that the Freeport YWCA Is opening its doors for PTA 1 Membership Drive In Progress At 0. A. Fleming A Parent Teacher Association membership drive will be In pregreii all next week at 0. A. Fleming Elementary School. The drive got underway Thursday and will continue through Sept. 18. AU parents are urged to join. The room having a membership of 75 per cent or more will receive a special off-campus treat from the PTA. Coming meetings will include program* on school health, economical Christmai gl f 11 mental health films and discussion groups. The PTA membership also plans to help with the school c«n»U|. bo'th of Galena Park, \thej wore identical gowns Of (link taffeta styled with Sabrlna necklines, three-quarter length sleeves and a full skirt with two targe matching bows near tfiehemUne of the waltz length skirts' .Large taffeta their* hP'-'M'-esses and Brotherhood Meeting There will be a Brotherhood executive meeting at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Freeport First Baptist Church. Intermediates and Young he first time for the use of the citizens of the area. Beginning on Tuesday, Sept. IS, and every Tuesday thereafter, the Freeport YWCA will be open from 0 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Donald Parish, president of the Houston-Gulf Coast District YWCA, and psit-presl dent of the Freeport Y-Wlves, will be present along with Mrs. Billy Mills who is vice-president ot the Freeport Y-Wivei, The Freeport YWCA is lo< cated on the first floor rear ot the Knights of Pythias Hall, 311 West Broad. The program Initially will be informal with playing cards available. Coffee will be served. This marks the tint Installation ot this kind in the Bruoi- port area. From these beginnings it is hoped that a varied YWCA program may be offered. For example, it people desire it, the following activities could take place at the Freeport YWCA: bridge lessons couples dance club, couples game club, business girls club exercise club, crafts classes language classes, etc. Within the framework of th YWCiA Purpose programming is limitless and depends onl: on the need* and desires of the people will have a meeting at 5 PJT, Sunday, At this time - plans and-robes Jo*-the Yputh Choir win be fllseussed. - > r. bouquets featured taffeta bows overlaid with feathered carnations, net and satin streamers Candel lighters were Suianne Welch and Miss Lou Sewell. who also wore taffeta dresses. Richard Holcomb was brother's best man, OrooXumen were Sam Jonhton and Bobby Ray Thomas. Seating the guest? were Carroll Hogden, Richard •Tnhnson and Johne! Allen. For her, daughter's w«ddln,c Mrs. Vezey chose • helm laep 'over taffeta with matching sc ceuori.M. She wore a pink were Sam Johnson and Bobby feathered carnation corsage Mrs.; Holcomb wore pink lace Over .taffeta .with pink accessories and a pink corsage; Mrt. w; R. Kin*'of Tyler ami Mrs. Dawn Bedford of Beaumont. Miss Ann Talbert and Miss Darla Huff, members of the houseparty, served at the reception held In the church annex following the ceremony. The bride's table was laid with pink satin and white organdy with net and enhanced with the bride's cake and a center arram»— ••nt of pink carnations. The silver and crystal punch . and cake service completed the decor, blowing a brief, weeding :rlp the couple will make their home in Huntiville where both are students at Sum Von«tnn State Collide. '• Out-of-town guests attending the weddln* were Mr. and Mrs. Hi Holcflmb of Brazorla: Mr. and Mrs, teroy Pysson Sr, of Boiling: Mr. and Mrs, Leroy Pysson Jr. of Boiling. Mrs. Her- btrt O'Quinn of Liberty; Mr. and Mrs, George Mick of Freeport; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Strong and Mrs. Dawn Bedford, all of Beaumont; and Mr. and Mrs. Mike McGuire of Baytown. And, Mrs. R. H. Church, Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Weaver, Mrs. Jeff Duvii, and Mrs, N, D. Cox and Judy, all of Bay City; Mrs. community. People lntereste< in the ,YWCA are urged ta drop by oiv "Tuesday mornings or to telephone". Mrs.. Parish or Mrs- Mills. ' ••••• MR. AND MRS. TOM DOUULAS HOLCOMB Wed In Sweeny Meihodli! Church Lake Elementary - Junior PTA Sets 1st Meeting Tuesday BP Band Boosters Ban Project To Aid Band Trip f - . v . Planning *, project to raise money to send the high school band W the .Dallas State Fair was one main topic ot discussion at the Wednesday night meeting of the Br«zosport:Hlgh School Bind.Booiten Club. ^Committees wire appointed forth.* project, • rurnirnage sale to ,b* held Oct. 1-8, and plant for. publicity discussed. Other projects for raising money *or the band Include record and membership sales. Jos D»ndo, vice president, presided at the meeting that was held In the Civic Room ot the Brazoiport SavintJ and Loan Association. Attending 1 were Mr», J. G. Little, Alvln Dufet, Mri. Jamn &.,Beeti,Mr«. J. J. Campbell, D, T, George, C. P. Brock, and Dando. ,,. ISO IS OPEN IN FREEPORT TARPON INN VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER '•" ; ; 1022M.ST. ,. •.•• The Lake Jackson Elementary-Junior High Parent-Teach- • er Association.will hold its first! meeting next Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the school cafetorlum, with Ernie Rea as the speaker. "Back. to School Through Your PTA" will be Ml topic. There will be a faculty reception following the program, providing . an opportunity for parent! to 'meet their children's teachers. Thoughtful NEW YORK CUPI) — Witt brides and bridegrooms, according to hotel executive, Robert Howard, won't: Hold a reception between the hours of 4 and 7 bi- CRiue the dress problem is tot complicated:'serve hers d'ocuvrei that are messy on the flnfers; ot permit the cocktail hour to run longer than an hour. Civic leaders are being invited to attend. ..• Attendance priier will b* jiven to the elementary -UK! the junior high roomi having the most parents attending. A minimum'of five parents hai been set for • room to : be>. winner. A nursery will be provided in the same building. ' f The executive board will act as hosts for the reception, I CREDIT according to the president, Mrs. I JEWELER* J. A. May. 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