Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on March 24, 1968 · Page 18
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 18

Brownwood, Texas
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Sunday, March 24, 1968
Page 18
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2&-*-§ft6WNW66D lULlEflN Sunday, March 24, 1968 Londa Campbell Becomes Bride of Dennis Thornton Miss Londa Mae Campbell, i Cathy McCaleb, organist, and i rose headpieces were attached . . . - - i. i a a. * - i -i i .. • *_...___•_ ^__ J +_j ti -.i*»fi*. j>.l««i •*«• *iC A.MA A« A 1*1 **«*>t>>*'i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Campbell, 3509 Austin Ave., became bride of Dennis Allan Thornton, Saturday March 23, at 7:30 p.m. The bridegroom is the son Marguerite Homer and Leanna I to circles of emerald green Pollock, soloists, provided wed- j iljuslofh they carried nosegay! ding music. ' *"' ABWA Chapter Adds Five Approximately 60 members and guests attended the spring fiaftd 6f Friendship tea spoil- sofed last Sunday by the felue- bonnet Chapter of the American Women's Assn. ...-.v ., ~ — e -v~ ^ e ev6nt fas held at South- of Elegance carnations accent-1 *» Air with Mrs. Harris.Staton, of Mrs. Thomas Allan Thorn-1 feathered carnations and satin ribbons tied in lover knots, on MRS. DENNIS ALLAN THORNTON . . , church wedding OFFICERS NAMED Mrs. Stephens Provides Century Club Program Mrs. J. B. Stephens provided the program Wednesday afternoon for members of the Junior Twentieth Century Club. The afternoon's session was held at the home of Mrs. Charles Lockwood with Mrs. Ray Taylor assisting Mrs. Lockwood as hostess. Stephen's review. Mrs. A. C. Henley, president, was in charge o( the business meeting, during which time officers for the 196869 season were elected. Officers named at that lime were Mrs. Ray Taylor, president; Mrs. J. B. Stephens, first vice president; Mrs. Lawrence ton of Houston and the late Mr. Thornton. The Rev. Huron A. Polnac performed the ceremony in Woodland Heights Baptist Ciiurch before an archway of whitp nylon net centered with wedding bells. Archway was flanked on either side by candelabra holding cathedral tapers and baskets of white gladioli and mums. Palms formed the background. White satin marked family pews. The bride was given in mar- j ed with streamers of polished | assisted by Mrs. W. D. Vernon, riage by her father. She carried ivy. registering the guests. ' • *- Eddie Love served the bride-! Affiliating with the chapter groom as best man. Groomsmen j were Mmes. Larry Pihkard, were Bob Ferguson and Ronnie Emil Stanke, Christene Den- Lee, son, Mary Benson and Miss a while orchid, surrounded by a white Bible. Her floor length gown of bridal satin featured a lace bodice with long sleeves and a chapel trahi altached at the waistline. A pearl tiara held her veil of silk illusion. Lcnda Oakcs was maid of honor. Glenda Dennis, bride's cousin, and Janis Thornton, sister of the bridegroom, were bridesmaids. Their street length dresses were fashioned of em- erld green brocade taffeta. Their Lady Thinks She's a True Friend vided the material for Mrs. Area Mothers „ Entertain Sixth Grade Bernard H. Hall's biography Oliver, second vice president; of Dr. Will Menninger "Psychia-j Mrs. Ralph Matthews, recording trist for a Troubled World" pro-j secretary; Mrs. J. Turner Garner, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Joe Beck, treasurer; Mrs. Ernest Cadenhead, critic; Mrs. Paul Wheclis, historian; and Mrs. Willian H. Camp, reporter. During the refreshment hour the hostesses served a dessert •nci -rt^rvNT /r,r,o^ ™ n. ! P latc from a decorated table DE LEON (BBC)-Ten moth-1 with Mrs. Henlev and Mrs. Steers of children in the^ixth grade i phens presldin g at the services. •of the De Leon Elementary| Attending the meeting were School entertainedI pupils of the, Mmes , Frank Anderson? J. R. class with a St. Patrick's Dayj Beadd) A< j Beck| Robert P art y- Blake, W. E. Burleson, W. H. The city hall was the scene Camp, A. C. Henley, Robert Holof the party decorated in the j lovvav, Don Jordan, Sam C. Lee, "' ""-"• Ralph Matthews, Wendell Mayes, Joe R. McFarlane, Robert 'Milligan, J. L. Morris, Law- St. Patrick day theme. Table St. was laid with cloth with Patrick design. Several games were played! rence O'Uver, R. L. Romlg. including "Let's Make a Deal."! James Sheppard, William M. Janet Chandler and Kenneth! Slreckcrl, Joe Wealherby, Paul Quinn won the big prizes for the game. Each person received a prize. Sandwiches, clover shaped cookies, cokes and potato chips were served to approximately 50 students. Hosting the party were Mmes. Bill Tate, Billy Joe Hare, Jack Hasty, N. B. McDanlel, Bobby Schman, Joe Mogan, D. D. Lowery, Donald Nowlin, Dean Miller and Gayle Mahan. YOUNG PEOPLE The United States today is largely a nation made up of young people, yet in 1790 nearly half of this country's population of four million were under 18 years of age. Hair coloring has become cu ac- copied at permanent waving, Many women have qttempted to change the cglor of their hair themselves, often with sorry resulli. They may have Vied the wrong tint producing an unnatural color or have come out with p multi-colored effect. Usually a rinse wil come out with soap and water but often ham« treatments <>< tint} have piled up on the hair or the qmoynts used hav$ been increased qnd it take* special treatment; t? remove them ... Do not try to cortect lhe,se mistokes at home ,for often it W'll result in further damage to your hair. Consult'any one of our three p«w beauty operator} who have been trained to solve yovr hair problems: Rita Sirnpspn Riva Hqrgrovt 043-563? for yeyr ne*t with one $| these fine hair Mirror Beauty Salon C43-5W9 Wheelis, Thomas C, Yantis, Mrs. Stephens and the hostesses. By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: I have read your column for many years and I agree with you on almost everything, but there is one point on which I think you are wrong. You always take the position thai if a man cheats on his wife, the wife's friends should NOT tell her. Well, in my experience, I have had THREE very good friends whose husbands were cheating on them. Everyone in town knew it, except the wives who were the laughing stock of the community, until I did the friendly thing and told them. All three thanked me for tell* ing them. If my husband ever cheated on me, I would certainly want my friends to tell me about it. REALISTIC DEAR REALISTIC: Don't worry. They will. DEAR ABBY; I have a five- year-old daughter I'll call Sally. My neighbor has a five-year- old daughter I'll call Patty. Well, we took our daughters to the doctor for their shots. First my neighbor took Patty in, and she screamed and hollered like the doctor was cutting her arm off, so Patty's mother said, "I won't let that mean old doctor hurt you. If you stop crying I will buy you a new doll on the way home." So Patty turned off the tears like you would turn off a faucet. When it was my daughter's turn for her shot I took her in and she started yelling and carrying on just like Patty did. I said, "Wait a minute, Doctor." Then I took Sally and tore up her little bottom. Then I said, "You let the doctor give you the shot so you won't get sick and die, and I don't want to see any more scenes." After that she behaved herself and didn't shed a tear. When we got home, Sally said "Mamma, don't you love me?" And I said, "Sure I do, with all my heart." And then she said, "How come you didn't get me a doll like Patty?" Abby, should I have gotten my little girl a doll, too? MIXED UP MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: No. If you had, you would have taught her two things: (1) If she wants something, all she has to do is scream for it. (2) A child is entitled to something just because a friend has one. DEAR ABBY: One woman with whom I play cards quite regularly never accepts an invitation for a sociable game of cards until she has asked, "Who else is playing?" This irritates me no end. Am I overly-sensitive? Or is this woman overly-gutsy? My friends are divided in their opinions, and I'd like yours. CARD PLAYER DEAR CARD PLAYER: A "sociable" game of cards is not always as sociable for some as it is for others. I see nothing "gutsy" about a woman who wants to know who else is in the game. She may have her reasons. Confidential to "Engaged": When someone asks you how many carats your diamond is, they are really interested in how much lettuce is involved, For her daughter's wedding, j Bertha Strange of Bangs. Mrs. Campbell chose a beige Guests were welcomed by Each , groom's mother wore a two- Plains ' cna P tef piece suit of pink silk with bone, was given a gold backed pro- man of the Year," Miss Barbara Taylor," and Bluebonnet of the Veaf, Mrs. ttaftis Staton, were feco'gnited. in keeping with the ABWA theme for the year, "Educate accessories. Their corsages were fashioned of white Cymbidium orchids. Reception Immediately after the wedding, a reception was held in gram book tied with gold ribbon, carrying out the chapter's colors. Seating guests were Mmes. Bob Alford, Laura Smith, Ima Lou Nabors and Joe Garmon. fellowship hall of the church, j Mrs. R. C. Rambo, tea chair- The bride's table, laid with j man was in charge of the pro- white lace over emerald green, was centered with an arrange- gram. Mrs. E. C. Bartholomew in- Crusade Slated April 2 For San Saba SAN SABA (BBC)-Mrs. R., C. Fells, treasurer'of the Sanj Saba County unit of American Cancer Society, announced that she will again be crusade chairman for the county. . .Crusade kickoff will be held at 10 a.m. April 2 in her home, with the same volunteer workers as in the past. The announcement came at a meeting of the ACS in the home of the county unit president, S. G. Boynton. Mr. and Mrs. Boynton gave a report on the divisional board meet- TT*-W v.wtn.w* WM .!•••• —•• —..—.. o - ivirs* LJ, w. .Dai uiujuuicw in* . . «. *« • t\ ment of white snapdragons and troduced members of the Brown- j in 8 »> P« llM j5S[ e *<* re P' carnations centered with wed-; WOCK | High School Sextet, Celine ding bells. i Autrey, Mary Echo, Debbie King The three tiered wedding cake I and Becky siayton, Who sang was topped with a minature j severa i selections. the house party \ Past P resident - culTent " W °- resenled the county. Charles Taylor, of San Angelo, the new field representative for the county, was pres-' sent at the meeting. in '68'," members dramatized the association. In the s?'mol room, Mrs. Wayne Holland iii a colonial dress and gray hair portrayed the teacher. Si* mini- skirted students, Misses Lora Cavel and Lucille Watson, and Mmes. tma Gene Garmon, Mary Groce, Milton Thomas and Peyton Smith, gave the history and progress of ABWA. As members of the cast entered the classroom, they sang "School Days" with Mrs Bartholomew at the organ. Miss Taylor poured coffee and Mrs. Perry Day served ribbon sandwiches, apricot balls olives, mints and pecan squares, assisted by Mrs. B. B. Sones and Mrs. M. L. Clements. New members will be installed in candlelight ceremony March 28 in the French Room of the Browntownr. CLASSIFIED ADS WILL BRING QUICK -RESULTS included Misses Linda Davidson,! Pat O'Neal, Martha Vick, San- i dra Funderburk, Ellen Brice, j and Mrs. Janice Moore. I Tamara Mohler distributed! rice bags. j Going Away ; For going away, the bride wore j an orange crepe dress, topped with an orange and white plaid coat, with bone accessories and the orchid from her wedding bouquet. The couple will reside at 6411 Gulf Freeway No. 114, Houston. The bride is a Brownwood High graduate of School. Her husband, graduate of Stephen F. Austin High School, attended Howard Payne College two years where he was a member of Sigma Lambda Chi Fraternity. He is pesently attending Massey Business College in Houston. Town Topics Area Personals ..Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Utzman I of Indian Creek visited last j Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Peyton Utzman of Llano. ..Mrs. Nancy Richardson and her nieces, Suzann and Sharon Watson, of Indian Creek visited with Mrs. Richardson's nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richardson of Dublin. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Martin, Donnie and Debbie of Irving spent last weekend with his parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Martin Holmes of Indian Creek. FLOWER ANIMALS Sea anemones are delicate "flower animals" but they are extremely dangerous when approached too closely. Their hollow tentacles each have a poisonous barb with which they pierce and paralyze their victims. r* To sew n'save SINGER! USED SEWING MACHINES We're clearing out our stock of used sewing machines taken in trade during our recent sale Another great chance to save! 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Gold filled or sterling stones set in our store. OWINGS JEWELRY 407J/4 Center 2-2734

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