The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 22, 1960 · Page 3
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Braarosport and Brazoria County, Texas, Thurs., Dec. 22,1960 THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Page 3 Brymer-Caraway; Vows Said MisS Bonnie Dell Caraway Luling and Earle j. Brymer ol ,f Houston, formerly of Brazoria, were united iri marriage at 7 p.m. Saturday.. 'In the Central*Baptlst Church of Luling. The-bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Caraway ol Luling and the groom's parentt a-c Mr. and Mrs. B; J. Brymer of Route 1, Brazoria. The Rev. C. B. Hal! read the double ring ceremony before an n'>;ir decorated with large arrangements of white mums. Gan- tlolabra and palms were placed on either side of the altar. Mrs. Thomas Gant provided the wedding music on the organ and o::;ompanied Tommy O'Bryan, soioist, in "0 O Bryan also' Perfect Love," sang "Wedding Prayer" after the benediction by the bride's brother, the Rev. John Caraway. Given In m a r r 1 age by her father, the bride Wore a.formal length gown of white satin, fashioned with! a double tulle skirt appllqued with Chantllly I a c e flowers. The bodice was styled with 9 scalloped, bateau neckline and long sleeves that came to points on the tends. A small lace, flower adorned each point and scallop,. Her tulle veil cascaded from a half-hat of tulle and satin trimmed with pearls. She carried white carnations on a white Bible. Mrs. T. I. Poc HI of Austin was matron of honor. She wore a formal length gown of rose peau de sole, featuring three quarter length sleeves and a V neckline. A clrc.e of net attached to a small pill box headdress matched her dress. She carried a bouquet Gunn Home Setting For Jones Creek HD Club Christmas Part Luncheon The Jones Creek Home Demonstration Club had a Christmas party and luncheon Tuesday in tho home of Mrs. W. K. Gunn. Christmas d e c o rations were used in the home. Included were mistletoe and a Christmas tree where gifts were displayed before they were exchanged by the 13 members and three guests, Mrs. Gill Dingle, Mrs. James Wlllen- berg and Mrs. Stratton Brock. Tho luncheon tabie was covered with a white net Christmas cloth nnd milk glass and silver pieces were used in the settings. At the end of the luncheon wassail and desserts were served in the country-style kitchen. A short business meeting was opened by prayer led by Mrs. Bert Powell. Mrs. Rex Muckleroy read the Christmas Story from Luke, of, pink and deep rose Carnations. Edwin Thomas of Lubbock] attended the groom as best man. 3onald Brymer, a brother of the groom, and Bill O'Neill lighted :he candles and seated the guests. The bride's mother wore a navy dress, pink hat, black shoes and carried a black bag. The mother of the groom chose navy with black accessories. They both wore link corsages. Immediately following the ceremony a. reception was held in Fellowship Hall at the church. Members of the house party assisting with the reception included Mrs. C. B. Hall who served cake; Miss Joyce Turner presided at the punch bowl; Mrs. T. I. Poe Jr. and Mrs. John Pierce. Gay Heathcock and Robbie Gant were at the bride's book. For a wedding trip the bride wore a dark suit of fleecy rayon- acetate blend, complemented with black shoes, bag and gloves, a coffee brown hat. and white carnation corsage. BSP Kappa Delta Has Annual Christmas Dance The Brazosport Kappa Delia Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its annual Christmas dance Fri day night In the Brazoria American Legion Hall. Breakfast was also served the 52 members and guests who attended the dance. Mrs. Arch Aplin was in charge of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Ralph Daly. WOMEN Edited By LeROY BYRD LAKE METHODIST WSCS HOLIDAY HOMES TOUR NETS OVER $1100 The second annual Holiday Homes tour, spmsored by the Lake Jackson First Methodist Church VV o m a n 's Society of Christian Service, netted $1,138.75, Qiapter 2, Verses 1—21. Mrs. H. L. Slllley, president, conducted the session. Members 1 c n r n ed that Mrs. Stilley's Christmas hat won second place in a contest held at tho County Council Christmas parly at the Court House in Angleton. Mrs. James Warren nnd Mrs. 0. H. Volgt made pictures dur- ng the party and luncheon, and members exchanged Christmas ideas. The couple will reside at 4028 according to Mrs. Joe rtenton, Baden, Apt. 1, in Houston. The bride attended Howard Payne College and Southwest Texas State, Her groom also attended general chairman. Tills represents an Increase of about $330 over last year's tour and VISCS members altribute this Howard Payne and is presently;to the addition this year of the used by the Society for two pro- ects. The first is to furnish a •oom in the new building of the Young Woman's Cooperative tome in Houston. The second Is to help equip science laboratories through the luth Horton fund at the National College in Kansas City, Mo., vhich is financed entirely by the Woman's Division of the Methodist Churoh. employed by the Central Freight Lines in Houston. Special Schedule This Sunday At Velasco Baptist A special schedule of service, from 9:45 to 11:15, for Christmas morning has been announced by the Velasco Baptist Church. Sunday school will begin at the regular time of 9:45 a.m. Then the regular order of service will change with an assembly in the auditorium at 10 a.m. for the worship service during which carols will be sung, visitors introduced, and a moving picture film entitled "Birth Of A Savior" will 'be shown. The service will bs concluded about 11:15. The church extends an invitation to everyone to attend. JC Horticulture Club Has Dinner The Jones Creek Horticulture Club had a covered dish dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A, R. Harrison Saturday night. Decorations for the nvent included tierea candelabra in a green bowl filled with greenery, red berries and Christmas balls; of poinsettias, Kountry Kitchen where various lomemade specialities and baked goods were sold. Society members deemed the Kitchen a very successful addition to the tour which was made by over 700 persons. Proceeds from the tour will be arranffement loaves and Christmas ornaments and a Santa and rein- A three - dimensional "Merry deer bookcase decoration. Christmas" made of Styrofoam was placed between the living and dining rooms of the home. After the dinner the 12 members and guests played games. Mrs. Fischer To Sing At Midnight Services Mrs. Heinz Fischer of Lake Jackson, will.be guest soloist a the Candlelighting -Services on Christmas Eve at Christ Lutheran Church on Plantation Drive. Mrs. Fischer has been trainee n Europe and has sung ex tensively. The Rev. Reuben H. Ford pastor of Christ Lutheran says that she will sing familiar carols in English and German. The ser vice is scheduled at 11 p.m. and will close at midnight. UTTER FEMININITY In a poui oi tiered organdy bringi glamour to lh« apron a> a Chriilmai gift idea. The lop and bottom lien are blue and whit* polka dot. Ihc middle liet li while. And the waistband 1> white in front becoming blue and white at the back where it iie> in a big bow. Total fabric coit ii lets than $1. McCall pattern number 2263. a SAME DAY LOANS *30 up to '1000 On Just Your Name Apply by Noon nnd arrange to complete your loan before the end of the day PHONE w n IT B COMB IN FREEPORT n&fficSKv: ;::;,,;-.:/» 127 West Broad Street BEImont 3-3596 "Nexl to Freeporl /njuruice Agency" Guardian Financial CORPORATION At Brazoria Age Of Elizabeth Study Club Topic Mrs. J. H. Brigance ussd a holiday theme for her decorations when she was hostess for the Brazoria Study Club recently. Poinsettias from her yard, pine and decorative candles were used throughout the house. Mrs. R. L. Hanson presided at the business meeting and welcomed two new members, Mrs. R. H. Robinson and Mrs. TAG Yule Dance The annual Christmas Lake Jackson TAG dance will be held from 8 to 11:30 p.m. Friday. The event is semi-formal for the girls. Dates are optional and admission is the same. Refreshments will'be served and there will be some new music. Bob Scantlin invites all TAC members, both active and inactive, to attend. D. O. Robertson. The club again purchased a $5 TB bond. The proceeds from the silver tea and book review were divided as fellows: $23.50 to the Mae Wadley Boyd Professional Nurses Scholarship fund, a state FWC project; and $23.50 to be used in assisting local youth activities. Mrs. A. G. Dingle gave the introduction to a new series in the film study. This group, entitled "The Age of Elizabeth," is narrated by Maynard Mack. The play used to illustrate the great Elizabethan age of drama is Shakespeare's "Hamlet." Mack began the introduction by giving a brief resume of Shakespeare's life, his birth place at Stratford on Avon, his move to London at 18, and mentioned also the 37 plays he i wrote and the various types— Holiday Mood Cranberry conserve pie any meal seem like a holiday. Put 2 cups of fresh cranberries, and Vi cup each of raisins and wainuts through a food chopper, islng the coarse blade. Blend in 1% cups of sugar, 1 tablespoon of flour and 1 teaspoon of salt. Mix this with fruits, 2 cups of chopped fresh apples, and J /4 cup of water. Turn into a pastry-lined 9-inch pie pan and cover with a op crust, vented to let steam escape. Bake 10 minutes in a 425- degree oven. Reduce heat to 325 degrees and bake 35 to 40 minutes longer, or until pie is brown- comedies, historical plays and tragedies. Mack said the plays w« r e written to suit the tastes- of the audiences of the day. The plays were given in a large three story round public playhouse with the central area open to the sky. All performances were in the afternoon with the audience seated on three sides o£ the stage, the narrator said. The hostess served salad and cake to the 18 members pres ent. MISS LINDA RAE BAKER'S engagement to Royce "Be" Pelham is announced by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Baker Si. of Lake Jackson. The prospect 1T • groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Pelham, also ol Lake Jackson. A June wedding is planned. —Markley Phoio In the spirit of a good old-fashioned Yule- tide, we greet you with thanks for your patronage... warm wishes for your holiday happiness and contentment. 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