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Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, August 26, 1962
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i AND BftAZOftIA COUNTY. TIXAS. SUNDAY, AUGUST 24. 1942 T H R 0 R A 7 O S P O R T f A C T S JT 1 "* 1 ""*^^ Household Foods & Editorial—Adv.— BE 3-3511—Classified—BE 3-2411 M*A*AiXa-*JXAA^ttMtMMttt»i«««». a j«j^^ PAGE 7 BRAZOSPORT FACTS or and abou Fashions Beauty Richards -Westerman Vows Said In Lake Church Rites Miss Barbara Wynn Wt-sterman, ami ham! run Alencon lace was For her daughter's wedding and Glenn Shirley Richards ex- Ian original design. The basque ' Mrs. Weslerman chose a street changed wedding vows in a can- ; bodice of Alencon lace featured ! Icnglh dress of Dior blue silk ^^^^x^^i ^r: ;" soic an " Mm -™ hw * r^- , , „ :«v^^i«tLfianK^ i X fn N" llh ™' h " klrt with Tlic bride is the daughter of! back closure >!K ' I< (llllnp ss. The Kmpire bodice Herman William' The bouffant skirt of unpressed -"' 'aro was created wilh a sweet- I 1 ™'* «'" «™l«l w«h an An- hear, neckline and bracelet ami Mrs. mony before an altar flanked with _„,,.„, ,,. , ,„ nml ''"Ha l«'ds. A single strand of green Cha'nlillv lace "and"' silk spiral candelabra holding. pearls, a gift from the groom/ organxa W er taffeta 'n,e bodice gold tapers. Ilie gold altar urn jwns her only ornament. of lace w-as designed wlh naCal held a niassive arrangement of. Miss Olivia Bly.he of Gnlveston scalloped nc<-kTim" and M™ft™ while gladtol, and large mums in-; a ,,ende,l the bride as maid of;elbow sleevet Wrhralh sWrt w" lerspei-sed with sold leaves. I'ews'honor. Her slmot length dress ofifashioncd vvilh'a s'ide'd^ ..... were mark*! with white ribbon! Bpl ,cnt silk organs over taffeta icenled' P ac- wiih a small self fabric a scoop neckline with .bow. She wore brocaded shoes mmuotte jleevcs, am! modified Vim matching teg. a pillbox bat green leaves with white organ- MRS. <H,KNN Slllltl.KV RICHARDS Th« Former Mb* Bnrhnrn Wynn Wcsternitui ____^ Phnln By t'hadulrk and gold leaves with fern. ! featured Mrs Stanley Ross, organist. provided the nuptial music and IH|(><1 accompanied Johnny Scarcella in Her headdress was a rose clus- the selections "Wedding Prayer" ' ter of matching fabric with a corsage was a white orchid and Grcig's "I Love Thee." ( . irn ,| ar vpi | of illusion. She wore " hl(l> dyed to match shoos, short white ^ovr-H ,,,,,| .., E | ns!t . S | ram , „, hride. za pelal.s, and white gloves. Her The riage mar- gown Miss Nelson Becomes Bride Of William C Heideman bride was given in hy her father. Her que ivory silk peau do sole pearls, a gift from Ihe Bridesmaids were Miss Beth Willow Drlv« Baptist Church In,wilh matching shoes and hat. and shower at the home of Lake Jackson wax the setting for;three quarter length white kid (ieorge Ijinsford will, Mr, the marriag* at 7 p.m. Saturday gloves. The mother of the gnvnn ley Tyson of, Miss Lenette Lea Nelson Follow ing the wedding ceremony, a reception was held in Wesley Hail. The bride's tahle, placed against a background of ,. ., Ka rrn evergreens, was covered wilh a Jircik of Cleveland. Tex.,; Jloor length ivorv net over taffeta •cousin of Ibe bnde, and Mies Syl- doth, the center of Ihe table held | via Kay Mallock of Berwick. La. a silvnr candelabra and white jThcy were gowned identically to lapo^, wi , n lnp ,„,,,„-, ^ | he maul of honor. All three at- P | ;IC M at the base as a center- jlemiams carried gold flower balls pir,-" j holding cascades of apricot car- The five tiered weddm: cake inalions awl bronze mums. de ( .-ora|.-d wilh a cawart" of pall-lower girls were Misses Alana apr i,. ot ,„ while rosr « „ Mrs. and Jana Johnston ,.f Tempi", „, onn rnf , rf „,„ ,),,,, liar- '""'"* "' ""' Krmm. They were r ;\ vfT pl , n( .|, Miss Jones Weds Dickey Masters Miss Eugenia Ann Jones of,lace train fell from the baek ol Tyler became the bride of John^'he bouffant skirt. Dickey Masters of Lake Jackson! Her bridal veil was attached to lace tear ' in a double ring ceremony at 7: :iO p.m. Saturday in the West Erwin Church of Christ. Tlie hride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Jones of Tyler and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Masters of Lake Jackson. Mr. Dean Bro^kshire pci'"rni- ed the ceremony. The aisle lead- _ ,,„ ded rx?au de sole ant hat. She carried a rop bouquet fashioned w.... ellow - throated cattleya orchid Mrs. Louis E. Jones, sister-in- jw of !,e brid,., was the honor t enrlsnt. She wore a gold slipper atin dress styled with a bouffant ing to the altar was lined with headdres' * *''"" pw] nrckline - Her gold hurricane lamps and a gnld filigree arch was entwined wilh and MRS. JOHN DICKEY MASTERS Wed To Lak« Jackmn Resident was a smocked circlet of the same material as her dress greenery and Peace roses and ' £1"*"* • arf ™ w ™* f^e veil, accented with wedding bells. I". 1 drn ™. ? Cascade bouquet . , . , , ' or nronzo miniature rHicioc Palm trees and spiral candelabra; R ri j ""omit, IMISICS. holding white tapers flanked toe i M... „ , * "' crp iliss Jimmy arch : Now man of Perrylon, Tex.; Miss Accompanied bv an a cappella ^V^'tf °' Dallas: and :-horus, Mrs. Ediin Itasco £•«'^L 81 ??" JT™ ° f Lake Jack ' son, sister of the groorr "" ' attire was identical to the matron cf honor. Each attendant wore a gold miniature engraved heart necklace, gifts from the bride. Tlie groom was attended by his chorui "Because" and Mrs. Merle Hollins sang "Whither Th'U G.vst." Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an original gown of peau de soi^ anrj lice. A scalloped lace yoke encrusted with pearls and sequins was ap- pliqued to the bodice. A Chantilly Their 'hat of I.ionncll, allim! p!ace<i and a son . u . p a( „,„ othor Murrells Exchange Double Ring Vows In Church 'iest man, and _ men were Larry Masters, brother of the groom, and Dewitt Jones. Guests were sealed bv Bobhy Joy and Evrett Masters, both of Abilene; and Larry Machev of Tyler. Tlie marriage o| Miss Margaret The Rev. Philip Brown perform- Never Walk Alone" and in miniature replicas of All other appointments were t\]~. I - nllis '' Walters of Houston and ed the double ring ceremonv. For other feminine attendants' ver ami cnslal. and man of Kyle, Tex. • church. The table was shower was Riven hy Mrs. Fd ;covered wilh a white satin cloth Ellsworth and wl '° also -w as as dot-orations _ _ , „ T .... . Miss Jackie Ells- ushers wilh Eric Westerman, ]„ '.„. bouse nanv I,T ,> * . The Rev. Jo. E. Jones led the overlaid with white net. The focal worth in Houston and friends in hrolhcr of lll(1 bride, and Jerr> : P X Phillip Norris Murrell of Kreeport the occasion the church was deco-: T), e K ri , lc ~ VPn was solemnized at 7 p.m. Satur- raled with spiral candelabra and by hpr brother in law 'lay in the First Baptist Church baskets of white gladioli and M ar( , sr , \ vore of Kreeport. mums. Pews were marked with nylon tulle Hie bride is the sister of Mrs. white bows and garlands of ivy. bodice f Henry H. Maresh of Freeport, A white satin covered kneeling cruy ted with with whom she made her home, bench was used for the ceremon; Tlie groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murrell Sr. of Free- 1st port. the a ain ,, •' •--- •••-. i'^ form he setting for the bridal tahle The from which the traditional wedding cake and punch were served, marriage Tlie centerpiece was the brirte.s- Henry H. maids' bouquets on a crystal formal gown of epergne. lace. The lace Members of the bouse party for da - -' '" " ~ '"" pearls- couple in their double ring vows : P° in t was a four tiered Grecian at an altar banked with a pair rf,™!",!",""', l * k ? '"PP" 1 with the spiral candelabra entwined with Southern smilax and holding cathedral tapers. A classic Grecian urn held a center arrangement of white gladioli and white china mums. Pews for guests w ere ! traditional bride and groom. ; crystal punch bowl and silver col- •ec sen-ice were placed at oppo- The table was enhanced with Olke „„„ ^ , an<i ' " a ing bench covered in white trimmed in Altncon lace w a s used for tha ceremony. Mrs. Harley Tyson played Ihe traditional nuptial music on the organ and accompanied <h e ipun'cli"and"coTf'< soloist, Jack Terry, in the selec-; wpr<1 registered tions "I Love You Truly," "Walki^ o( R * y ^ Hand in_Hand," and "Tlie Lord's! > or „ ,,,„,., wpddjnK (rjp ^ Prayer." ' bride changed into a brown silk Given in marriage by her isult complemented with brown ljf , (<| Kon) father, the bride wore a gown of : i i/ftr( , ^^ Hnd ^ a hn( rf fa]| white peau de soie encnisted with ,. 0 | nrs nml M( , f K | OT , es heavenly pearls, rc.embroirtrred! unil( , nvrtMl \ mn . tKe was on Alem-on lace. A controlled bell! trom | lpr brj(1al | xxl(]upt skirt was enhanced wilh cording, Mr . nn(l M| . s Heideman will and lace applique and extended, mak( , , heil . hom(1 n , ,,-,,._ R . (jlpv Into a chapel length train. ' in tSan Antonio. She is a graduate Her fingertip vet! of imported o( Bra/ospmt High School and at- Illusion was held by a rrown <>f tended two yeai-s at Southwest pearls. She wore a single strand : Tpxas Sla|( , Cf .j|,, K( , ,, p js (| . of pearls and carried a hridalj Kra( j lljll( , o( j, hnuquet nf while but Icrlly roses i js employed by Joi-dan In a cascade line with EnR"- 1 *(Company in San'Anloniii Ivy Interspersed with illusion net I 11lp rr |,,. ars;ll (ilnnpr wns Kiv|l|) and pearl hearts, centered wilhji.y , h( . bride's uncle and aunt, a going awuy corwige. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Nelson HIK| Miss Mary Jean Nelson of Hou- •„.„„ npW |n |hp |,. , )()mp jr yrff HIM was her sister's maid c< p, lrt . n \ rly ]H , n , ms nttendi-,1 honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs., [.,.,,„. ,,, ,„,,. n , K | l1ini , thp (orm . Marilyn Hall of San Mantis and:,,,. Mjss N -,,| S( , n W||R , 1 , nl . ) | jnlpn ,. Miss Jackie Ellsworth of Ilous-;^ wi ,,, m .,, ra | pr,..,,,,;,,!;,! n)llr . ton. 'csics. including a misccllaniHius Tliey were gowned Identically—. In pale yellow silk taffeta, design ed with cluse fitting Ixulii modified bell skirls with trim adding hack interest. Their shoes were dyed In match their dresses nnd their headdress- '• MIM Kitby May Wilcolt iind es were malching round yellow Vcncil Kmnieti O'UiiiiH'll were Ivands accented with H hnw and-inarrinl Salurdny KftiTnuon nl veiling. They each wore white kld'l!:30 in duuble ring riles ollicialiil gloves and curried lavender salin'by Ihe Itev. T. I). Bally in (Xir "? fans trimmed In lavender lnce;l.ady of l'|.|-|M.|iial Help Catholic ,M with a creBi-ent bouquet of laven- |Oiurcli in Sweeny. ™. der asters. - s he is the daiighlcr of Mrs.. MRS. ttll.UAM CAKKOI.I. HKI1)KMA\ The Fi.rmrr M)M Ij-nelle l*a NVIwm I'hDlo By Jtixl i ception were Miss Sandra Bailev of Houston; Mrs. Larry Jircik of Cleveland, Tex.; Mrs. Alan Johnston and Mrs. Eldo Johnson of Temple. Others assisting with the house party were Mrs. Charles K, Goff. Mrs. Charlie Cummin;."; M r s. John Zeweckies. Miss Barbara Sine and Miss Lanelle Jircik. Miss Nancy Hunt resuaered the guests. Kor travel the bride chose a lightweight fall dressmaker suit of brown silk tweed with matching hat, brown reptile accessories and the glamellia corsage Iift<xl from her bouquet. ' After a two week trip to Colorado both the bride and groom will resume studies at Sam Hou«. .ton State College at Huntsville, where she is a member i< Beta Si^ma Pin. '1 he groom is a mem- Ivr of the IIOTC and Alpha Tail Omega fraternity. iJul-of-lown guests for the wvd- . dim; included Mr. and Mrs. V. Jircik of Cleveland. Te.v.. the bride's grandparents; and Mrs. W. S. Richards of Temple, grand- j mother of the gnioni. ! Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Riclianls Iwcre hosts for the rehearsal din- ;ner Friday night in Ihe Satan ' flinpi nf the fXnv Hotel. The table was centered with an arrangement of apricot, bronze and .>ellow muni';, flanke<l on either 'side with a three branched brass candelabrum and gold candles.' Tlie bride and groom presenKHi . tiieir attendants with gifts. Places i were marked for .10 guests. . , x,iu.-n.vj ,nui ^.-aii^ nun jrmes - ^<ivuu.> m uaiias' Miss \T i r., I ^.TM S ^as e w^™gan': ^^ ^ ul * *™ ™ ^^ }p ^° ' Q ^ ^ • 1st and Jimmy Goodwin was embroidered with 'pearls Pan N G If Belch- °M 'p"^- ^' rS> soloist. Selections included "You'll^ late adomod ^h the'front an.1 ey, M_rs. Don Weailiers, and Mrs" .MILS. I-1III.I.II* N'OKKIS MIIKKKIX W«l In Baptist Churrh CVremony Photo By I'lirriiitllo ami n Itow O'Donnell'Wilcott Vows Are Recited ckluif of the Miss Erin UTXinnell •Ilie sweetheart nocKiim. „, ttio Mixs Erin O'llimnell of lUxi.Um. ran s cm,-m of white ,i ix -k a ,xi Ixxlice was ciunplemcninl with flower girl, was also dressed hkr mums in a white cherelwm c-on- ri--t-inl>roider«l laco d.-Mjjn.M in- the other bridal atu-mlaius. She-" 1 ' 1 "' 1 '- uhil1 ' «eildini; tx-lls form- 10 rose petals lint were abo a- carried n while | v ,.skM of yollowj"' l ' lllsl °™ at lhe "'rners of tho p,.|als. i ' .','' .. ,. ' , -Miss Misau \ales of Swct-nv Uavid O-amncll was his ami Miss Lena Ci.rbilt of Uviii pc.ul crown crs best man. f.nximsnu-n W.MO prcsiri,-d at tlio pi-alni on th« II >ktrl. The briili' won' lit |Witiel Mi«s Mai-y Michelle Kussck wH.t.Kulh Wili-ott ,,., back of the gown and a cummer- Don Gilbert, all of Tyler. ;.| bund of tulle encircled the waist. A(tpr a short wedding trip the ' A tiara ol lace pearls and iri- ™uple will be at home at 3911 i,* descent sequins held her elbow Luca in Houston. The hride is a * length veil. She wore tulle gaunt- sraduats of Chapel Hill High ' lets and carried a bouquet of s!e- School and Tyler Junior College phanoUs centered with a white where she was Campus Beauty. ;' orchid on top of a while Bible, a member of the i'ldmt council Miss Sandra Fay Taylor was nmi secretary of the Freedom the maid of honor. Bridesmaids Crusaders. She attended Abilene » w-ere Doris Salisbury. Sandra Christian College where she was Becker, and Linda Maresh, a a member of the GATA social , niece of the bride. ( 'lub. She plans to enter Hermann , They were gowned alike in "ospiial School of Physical Ther- aqua chiffon over taffeta, design- apy this September in Houston, ed with scooped necklines and full Tlie groom is a graduate o f «kins and featuring short, sleeve- Brazosport High School and a less lace jackets. summer graduate of Abilene Their headdresses were fasli - Christian College where he was a | ioned with aqua velvet ribbon lelterrnan en the varsily football wilh circular net veils. T h e ir lram - a member of Ihe Sub T shoos were dyed to match their social club and A Cappella Chor* Jttsses and they wore short white lls - JIe vvi " "etfn teaching in gloves. They carried white Fuji M adin K Elementary School in the mums. ' Houston Public School system this ' Terri Lynn Murrell, niece of the September. groom, was the flower girl. Her ' dress ct white silk organ/a over •' taffeta was fashioned like tin --e of the bride's other attendants, ami also had a lace jacket. She wore white gloves and a circular headdress of white flowers and net. She carried a basket filled wilh flower petals which she scattered in the bride's path. Wallace Murrell was his brother's best man. Other brothers, ,E. J. Murrell Jr., Lloyd Murrell |Sr. and Grover Murrell, were the I groomsmen. Candles were lighted 'by Henry Maresh Jr. anil Llovd Murrell Jr., nephews of the bnde .and groom. Dickie Jones and Ben : Salisbury served as ushers. ' Mrs. Maresli chose for her sis- iter's wedding a beige appliqued silk organza over a taffeta sheath, i bone accessories, and a pink jglamellia corsage. The groom's !mother wore a gray jersey jacket; dress, bone accessories, and a I while glamellia corsage. ! Following the ceremony, a re>•* 'ception was held at the Velasco! Community House. The reception table, covered with white net over: aqua, was centered with the w ed-; ding cake and the bridesmaids' bouquets. A crystal punch service land candelabra holding aqua | tapers completed the table's de; cor. MISS IIKTTIK JO CKAKi'S en- Kageiueiit In Juhii Uanileii 1'riee Is announced by her parents, Air. and .Mrs. ,1m- I'ralg nf Junes I'rirk. The |in>-.|H'i ll\,> enuim Is the MHI of Mr. anil .Mrs. S. A. 1'riee nf l-'reepnrt. The wedding Is planned fur Oct. i; at St. Mary: Star (if the Sea Cntholio Church in Kreepurl. Future Teachers Meet ^vender satin Iwskct with lace n r c h decorated with greenery, i-ocl; blue silk mgiio/.. fc'^reamcrs and filled with aslcrland enhanced wilh arrangements lenxih dress stjliit wilh " P*!" 11 *- of yellow munis. Potted palms bodice, rounii[neckline and Gilbert Heideman of ( ueru at- cumplcmciiled the floral decola- sleeves Bows of self ; glided his brother as best man , i(ms . enhanc«-<l Ihe'd Bwonismen ww Woodrow Ilallj M| ss A , U11I Rulh Thompson was line. ||e,- headdress was fashion- jtfSan Marcos and \\ayne Beuer | t |,e m'sanisl. She accompanied «| ,,f malerlal that (pausi-n of San Antnniu, a cousin M rs . Knink Slsson as she sang dress wilh all-iched >jff Die gumni. "Ave M« ladii ihe bride wure a brown slrcel- Mrs. Will-nil a beige en- tweed suit wilh uraii'c access,, tilted scmble tar her daughter's wed- ries. She also wore Ibe unhid cup ding. She complemented her cos- litli-d frum her bridal bouquet. wilh a bronze spider mum The bride was graduate,! from •ss at the waist- cursage. Isaln-ll's Beauty College in Aus- Ihe gnxim's moihcr wore a tin, ami was a freshman at Sul il her myal blue dress wilh matchiiiK Huss College, where she was a accessories and her corsage was class offici material r l\ime ch, MKS. VK.NC'II, tMJIB'IT O'DO.N.VKLL On Wedding Trip To Colorado Members of the house parly fur An executive i ;n,n.'i the reception were Mrs. Betue Hra/fspor; HiL'li .v-!i"«i;' iMurretl and Mrs. Helen Murrell. R,,eh| Fii'.iire Tc.i--hers i jwho served cake, and Mrs. iva ca HUM n-centij at the JNell Murrell and Mis. Giemii Miss 1'aiohii Biev\er, a :.Murrell presiding at the punch S or, to discuss plans fi ser\'ice. Guests were registered tj ( i s f lU . || 1( , ,-oiiiiir' \e;ir |al Ihe church by Miss Hrenda To get tilings imiiero: I Maresh. a niece of Hie bride. fj^t meeting will Iw a wedding trip to San Mar-'sepi. 19 HI ilic Siudcnt cos, Hie bnde chase a beige H U ,, IH a , t i, t , i,; K b s , bonl. shcalh tuppcii wilh a filled juckel, menis will lie MV. ni. Ciimpli'illcnicil \ulh Ixine ani-SMi- ries, aiiu the urchid iiusage lifiiil j s j, U '.,i.-;ulv a frnlll her bridal bouquet. iJu.siiuss IV.iic^i-. On iviiirn, ihe cnuple will be Annum ihe ' ui .i:.|-i>\:i at home at tvl'7 Pine in Houstun. f,,i- the wivldiii^- n,is th,- Ihey aie huili graduales of Bra/:- Hi other, Jimmy Wallers, iwpnri llrjli School ami he attend- ei1 ,wilh ihe L'niieii Slat ed Sail Augelo Jujiior College and Fmx'e in Virgima. LI' from s Marie f Amori- li'imi' of co-spoil- r activi- ty, the held on Activity Refresh- nt at Ilurham bride's station's Air

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