_Brazosport and Brazorla County, Texas, Monday, Sept. 14,1981 V < » double ring ceremony in the •>fsicini Pirsi Baptist Church Saturdav «i • p.mv united in marriage Mist Lillian Clidenne *nglin andRobe'n Phillip Polev Mr «noMrs o. (, Anfdln, of arsicana. and Mr and Mrs tames vy poiey a, p ree pon •re pi rent* nt the couple. (Tie ceremony waa performed » R«v .'Robert Woody amid tfrfl* arranserieittsaf gladioli and seasonal greenery Aureate '*pera in wrought Iron <ahdla or» mo * white, satin prle dieu t decorated the sanctuary Because' and "The lord's Praver 1 were wading «ler 'ion» with Mrs Rufiw '.arrol) «a soloist andMrs. John Wornaok at the organ Hie bride, given In marriage by her brother-in-law. Harold McKerule, chose a white silk taffeta weddlnggown. Hie gown •reated with a flRurine bodice, modified bateau neckline tnd tang fitted sleeves tapering to petal points was enhanced with scalloped apllques of Alencon He* traced with clusters of •eed pearls Banquet Tuesday Mrs. Richard Whentoroft of Houston will speak on Iho "Background for Christian Marriage" at the Mother-Dnu- (ghter banquet to be held a< St. Tlrnothy's Epesclpal Church in Lake Jackson Tuesday. The banquet, which starts a 8:15, ia for all women of the church and for their daughters who arc olfl enough for the subject to be putinent. Lett 30 Potmdi I^MV Bl^t^BWw Mr*. J Box £8, that she lost Barcentrato a be a wonderful And Juantta So: litered P Brownr ' pouni I LEE'S CBED1T JEWELERS 107 W. Broad Freepart unv hano rolled cord defines 'tit waistline ot the gpwmwhich was «-i ented in the bacN with ran shaped folds «no dreamer* Jl lafveta and re -embroidered ""•e The bouffant skin arhiev •» fullness through 'inpressed pleats ti swepr to a wide chapel length train Hie bride wore white slippers «id tier diaphanous bridal veil v illustion fell to waist length from a ^re -overed bandeau an •rust eu with seed pearls and sequins "he -arrled « white .irchid JUi rounded bv irtnRed **rna '•ims with rmv white streamers, resting -in a whitr iace covered prayer hook For lonriethuiB borrowed. in* wide wore as an aciessury » Jlanumu lavalier beJonjonn to Mrs 'anies W. larkson For 'uinethlnn 'la *ht arrled* lUien handkerrhleJ from her *reni grandmother Pur some blue the worr a Barter af 'hat -Dior Malr.m rf honor waa the nde's *iMer. Mrs Harold Mr , whc wore .icean sprav 'iition «tin The uown » ..rallupeo Sabruia wkluie. ilnin ileeves. md vleaieo iKin A inuoiir bell hnea <n«n wtute WIO Chemise oov. unplelM ,ier attirr •<'hr srntu , bmiqud ariialiKis hiniea Mlth hrtinr« sor»t end with brnnz* MI In .iire»m«r» Brldesnuid* wcr* Mr* M»i I'acfceti. Mian Nan<"» Butinn Mls» Sue Stepnmen, and Mine Pe«p McElroy Thej wer* dres.ieo ldentin«lly in th«ina Iron of honor and curried the (am* kind nf bnuqucfa, Mis* Ma mare) Hwmpsm lUeo* ot the bride, wa* flower girl. She wore • mosn »rw* ootton satin dress with* scoop «1 ner.kltne and albov length sltteve* The full nkir wa» trimmed in tiny velvet bowt ana ah* wore a velvet «ash«ndo»r ried « nojieovit of nrnnx«oarn!i tions ; TTw groorn' wan utended h* Autrv. Fotey. hl.i r.o,i.stn, as he* man . (iroomsmen were ' 3» rl*» Wo.ider'son, Bill rtemp«w limmv biflram and Miritev up and David Hicks i -andleltfditert were Mlrhaet lirampson and Rmtaey Mf Kenzie, nephews M the bnd« A ohanipaanc brocaded ^ortnn Mtlti sheath dres* waa (he .iholce ol tlw bna>'» mother ft wa» fashioned with • waist lenittn jacket She wra bain* accessories , and i whit* »r rfenla corsage The «r<wnV* mother nhnse • two piece suit ol seasonal prim She wore attcessorte* in uml (ones «no • white tardenta car Mge. i-. ,. For the reetptten in Fellow ship till] of the cbureb Imme dlately after, the oeremonv tb» bnde's table was laid with . lace andUnenr.lnthandeemered with an, arrangement at white fringed carnations b the housepartv for the evem were Miss Elliabeth Thompson who served . rfake: Mis» Shelly Scrbnsblre, -who served pim.:h and Mrs Allen (^eeo who praslded at the bride » book Por • short wedding trip the bride wore a gemgaway aisem Die of an original Alfred Shaken. dress of siU in dark beige The dress was fashloneo IT shirtwaist scvlfng and was ar cented with sand acoessorie* and a white orchid corsage Fhe bride wore a feather hit 'o complete her outfit The coupl* will make thMr home as 40' Wen Eight Street Preepon when they retum from the trip The bride graduated from«ir alcana High School and attended Nav»rro Jnntor College. rhi> groom graduated from Braaos port High School and Navarro funlor College Ha l» em ployed as assistant manager <tt Texan Gulf Finance Co in Freepon Angleton Briefs By MAHIE BETH JONES Mr. and Mrs. Merm Jaccard and two children recently returned from a vacation trip to Colorado. , Due to do some dove hunting thli week are W. D. Evans And Arrlngton Farrer, • who were discussing their pinna for the hunting at a recent city council meeting, tin. Clarenco Braswell ot Austin visited her sen and fam- , Mr. and Mrs. David -Broi- weil of Angleton, -last weekend; Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Hardwick enjoyed a visit fiom their daughter and husband over the Labor Day weekend. Both are student* at Baylor University. to Waco. . Mrs. J. D. Ford Sr. was hostess for a recent meeting of the Angleton Home Demonstration Club. Flans were made for the club exhibit at this year's Bra. zoria County Fair. Tha theme will be "Propogatlon of Plants," and the exhibit will be under the direction of Mrs. C. J. Steves and her committee. Christmas Meas and displays were featured at the meeting program, under the direction ol Mrs, A. L. Burton. •. Mrs. Guy Purnell is back at her home after being hospital- illness. Jack Hargls bqs announce* plans for the annual membership and dinner meeting of the Angleton Chamber ot Commerce, whiclv will feature Tom Reavley, former Texas Secretary of State, as guest speaker The meeting is to be held on Nov. 2, at the Southside School cafetorium. ; • BRAZORIA CHURCH TO HOST GULF COAST SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETING R«v, Dick Camp, pastor ot the First Baptist Church In Alvin, will be the guest speaker for the Gulf Coast Association Sunday School meeting,to be held at Brazorla First Baptist Church Tuesday. Theme for the meeting will be "The Suggested Sunday School Program for 1959-60. The opening assembly will be at 7;15 p.m. with a hymn by Al Clarke; the scripture by M. B. Barrow, Sunday School superintendent at the Brazorla Church; and a prayer by Rev. Herman Coe, pastor of Brazoria First Baptist. From 7:30 until 8:15 there will be a conference period, followed by special music by the Sanctuary Choir of Lake Jackson First Baptist Church. There will be a roll call of churches. The benediction will be given by Rev. Phillip R. HUB. ROBERT PHILLIP FOLEY .Tbe.ratmerMisa Lillian CUdenne Anglln For Fteat-Bteeting A' Diusical program' was one of th«-feature»'-o< the-tlrst meeting of the school year for iie.S«uthBld«£'Parent-.Teacher Association,: Tuesday evening. Thfi.raeetingjwaa.held.at the school cafetorium, with W. B. Moody,_ newly.Delected president, presiding.. " • Moody intrdduced Mrs. Donna Mlch'el T6f~Eake~"Jackson, who flayed several selections on' the~elecUl«t-aecordian. Mrs. W. T. Iftzelwood then led the group _ in singing several songs. Names of those appointed to heed • the" various' cdrhmlttees for -the jree* .Were ^announced by .Moody. THeyririclude Mrs. G.. B. Brown" ftr. : . movie com- PTA Has Program nclude a discussion of the pos- bllity of holding a book drive a help obtain additional vol- mes for the school library. Tie FTA donated funds to be- in the library, as one of its ctions at last year's final leeting. bed In Houston-.-with'w-serioui Mltt6et"Mrs.-'ftar»ln: Morrow, chairman-and-Mrs..JOo Galaznik, asSis(anfc> program com- mittce;.Mr»._Hazelw.QOd,. hospitality committte; Mrs. Walter F. Jones' and' Mrs._AJlen_Lewls, pubh'cityjMri; "Brown, parliamentarian; • Mrs. J. R. Cahlll, home'leKeijTMfs.THafilt Barker, membership; Mi*. Harold Clark;-reprewBrtatlve-to-eoun- ty CSuncil; and. Mrs. J. E. Mlze,-r«tre*m*nt-cenunitte«. Mrs. £. HL tihnihts fifth grade room vtoh tho attendance plaque for h»Wng''thti>largest number- of pareiJta. jretent at the raeetlnj. -V^ -:: .^ ... Next morilhVr'meeting^, will your health ways cornea first with M. Rely ou your doctor to keep'you ia good health! Rely on us to carefully compound hia prescrlpUoni with profeasloiul accuracy and skill! Our registered pharmaclsta DM only finest pharmaceutical!. 2 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU Brown, pastor o£ Freeport First Baptist Church. Attending .the 'conference will be pastors, Sunday School superintendents, and associate sup. erintendents, led by Jesse N. Button; Adults, with Mrs. Sutton as the leader; Young People, Mrs. Jaae Mayer the leader; Intermediates, Mrs. V. V. Tannery; Juniors, Mrs. 6. W. Ballardj Beflnners-Prlmanr, Mrs. G. R. McGuire the leader; and Nursery, Mn, Q«or«e Bowman. A film will be shown to all children above nursery age, The nursery will be open. Sugariand Trip Reports Heard By Ettiel HO Club The Ethel Home Demonstration club met Thursday at the Wild Peach Community House. The meeting was opened by the reading of 'a portion of scripture by Mrs. S. D, Hunt. Two members, Mrs. R. C Smith, and Mrs. W. L. Allen, were honored by the "Happy Birthday" sung by the 12 members present Mrs. A. C. 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