Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 3, 1967 · Page 17
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 17

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IN CHURCH CEREMONY Jan F/or@y Weds Caraway MRS. JOE DAVID CARAWAY . . . formerly Miss Fiorey Demonstrations Given For Dollie Robnett Club Members of Dollie Robnett Club of Howard Payne College held their November meeting Tuesday in the Art Annex on Fisk Avenue with the president, Mrs. W. G. Schroeder, presiding. The meeting began with a prayer by Mrs. E. N. Elsey. The program was on "Christmas Makings" presented by Mrs. Charles Stewart of the art department of Howard Payne. Mrs. Stewart was assisted by Robert Mitchell Wilson of Arlington, Shirley" Heath : '6f" Wipers, Mrs. Don Childs of Big Lake, HPC seniors. Also, assisting was Mary Lykins, a freshman from Bangs. Mrs. Stewart demonstrated the making of Christmas cards by three methods: by making one's own rice paper and designs, by block printing, and by using embossed metal on paper. Shirley Heath showed the materials used in the process of turning bottles and other containers into hand painted, decorated candle holders. Mitch Wilson explained and displayed the materials used in making cloth-mache figurines of Joseph, Mary.the Christ Child and other Christmas personages. Sharen Childs and Mary Lyk- Ins had made dough from which all kinds of Christmas decorations, and fruits were made, then painted and decorated. Refreshments of coffee, cookies and sandwiches were served by the hostesses to approximately 50 guests. Chairman of j the hostess committee was Mrs. ! Harrison Tielz; co-chairman iwas Mrs. 0. E. Winebrenner. I Others on the committee were Mmes. Harold Havard, 0. D. Hoi ton, Z. T. Huff, Don Gold- Ihorn, Howard Laster, Misses I Marie Gramann, Eula Haskew, Alene Horn, Marjorie Gresham, Carolyn Eaves and Barbara Highfffl. The next meeting will be a dinner on Dec. 15 at the Brown- lowner at 7 p.m. Alex Reeve will present the program. Miss Jan Alice Floroy and ,jfoc' David Caraway were united id marriage Saturday, Dec. 1 at 10 a.m. in Coggin Avenue Baptist Church with Minister .tack Kirby officiating for the ceremony. the bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. ,1. Fiorey ofj 1001 Eighth St. Bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Caraway of Fort Worth. the altar featured a gold arcb candelabra decorated wilh greenery, while candles and a bow, flanked by basket arrangements of while gladioli and cranberry red pompons and palm trees. Aisle candles with fresh green pine and snowball pine burrs marked family pews. Wedding Music Miss Dorothy Mclnlosh, organist, and Mrs. Richard Car- penler, soloist, provided the wedding music. The bride was given in marriage by her father and was at- lired in a gown of white velvet fashioned wilh bell sleeves with bands of white fur and a Wat- leau train. Her veil was caught with while velvet leaves and pearls. She carried a long cascade bouquet of white feathered carnations centered with white Cymbidium orchids. Maid of Honor Miss Linda Dill was maid of honor. Mrs. C. D. England of Fort Worth served as bridesmaid. Cindy Cook of Houston was junior bridesmaid. They carried colonial bouquets of white feathered carnations and red roses with long streamers of white velvet. Their floor-length dresses were of cranberry red velvet, and their hats were fashioned of net and clusters of miniature white carnations. David Andrews of Fort Worth served the bridegroom as best j man. Mike Honeycutt of Arling-1 ton was groomsman, and Kelly j Cook of Houston served as jun-1 ior groomsman. i Ben Butler of temple and tommy Swan of Fort Worth ushered. Candlelighters w e f e .Jim Fiorey. brother of the bride, and Ricky Kirby. Mothers' AUife For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Fiorey wore a green knit suit with beige accessories. Bridegroom's mother chose a turquoise ensemble with brown accessories, their corsages were of miniature carnations. Immediately aflef the wedding, a reception was held in fellowship hall of the church. the bride's table was laid with white satin and lace, the three-tiered wedding cake, decorated with clusters of while sugar roses, was lopped wilh a minialure couple. An arrangement of white gladioli and pompons was surrounded with fresh pine. House Parly Serving in the house parly were Mrs. Ben C. Fiorey of Odessa and Mrs. D. H. Buller of temple, aunls of Ihe bride, and Miss Patricia Kizef, Mrs. Walter Croft. Miss Patty Elli- sofi, Miss Agnes King, Mrs. Cleo Grooms. Mrs. Rodger Sweeney and Mrs. C. W. My- tick. For a short wedding trip, the bride wore a pink silk suit with matching accessories and white Cymbidium orchid corsage. the couple will reside at 3204 Ada Ave., Fort Worth. the bride, a 1967 graduate of Brownwood High School, attended the University of Texas at Arlington. the bridegroom is a graduate of Paschal High School in Fort Worth and is attending the University of texas at Arlington. He is employed by Ihe city of Fort Worth as a police cadet. the bridegroom's parents hoslcd Ihe rehearsal dinner al Holiday Inn. the bride was honored with a miscellaneous tea in Reddy Kilowalt Room wilh Mmes. Walter Croft, Henry Colyer, Eddie Knutson and Gaylon Rogers as hostesses. Epsilon Zeta Ceremonies Held in Knowles Home Members of E p s 11 o n Zeta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha held their regular monthly business meeting Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Tommy Knowles. Mrs. Edwin Franke, president, presided over the business session, which consisted of reading official mail and reports of various committees. The ways and means project was decided on as the chapter will sponsor Barbee and Ken dolls with a complete wardrobe for both dolls. Donation's will go to the chapter's philanthropic projects for 1967-68. Following the business session Mrs. Olen Teague and Mrs. Town Topics City Personals Mrs. Ellie H. Locks has returned to her home _at 1307 Ave. K after spending the Thanksgiving holidays in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Owen W. D. Craig of St. Joseph, Mo. Visiting the past week with Mr. and Mrs. L. Ben McWilliams of 1200 Hall St. were their son, Maj. and Mrs. Milton Me- Williams of Alexandria, La., Mr. and Mrs. Don Watkins and daughters, Donna and Patty, of San Antonio and Mrs. Bobbye Magee and children, Brenda, Clark and Greg. CLASSIFIED ADS WILL BRING QUICK RESULTS Kenneth Gilbreath presented Sandra Clark, the chapter's ESA Ideals Award for 1967-68. This award is presented each year to a senior high school girl in recognition of her serv- ; ice to the community and her j interest and participation in ! worthwhile activities. ! Mrs. Edwin Franke and Mrs. ; Jim Mohler conducted the First Pearl Award ceremony for Mrs. Kenneth Gilbreath in recognition of achievements which she j has completed since becoming a member of Epsilon Zeta Chapter. Following the ceremonies, refreshments of cake squares, ! sherbet and coffee were servd | to Mmes: Ed Burl, Harvey j Sprinkle, Fred Walters, Robert Ator, Tommy Knowles, Olen Teague, Jim Mohler, Kennelh Gilbreath, Eddie Knutson, and Edwin Franke. Guests ailend- ing were Sandra Clark and her mother. GOLDEN DATE — Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Byrd Sr. will be honored with a reception at Adams Street Community Center next Sunday from 2-4 p.m. The former Virgie Phillips and Lee Dud Byrd were married Dec.' 9,1907, at Bangs with the Rev. Joe Nations officiating in the ceremony. They are lifetime residents of Brown County. Celebration will be open to friends and relatives of the couple, cARye ^ SUCCESS WITH CUTTING- REMARKS Mr. Bankmore Says— PON'T WPT pURGkABS carve their way to success in. stealing your family jewelry, valuable collections and documents, Keep your valuables safe IB * / 1 ' DEPOSIT POX at Use the Classified Ads FIRST PEARL AWARD — Mrs. Edwin Ft anke president of Epsilon Zela Chapter, left and Mrs. Jim Mohler, first vice president, right, conducted the First Pearl Award service for Mrs. Kenneth Gilbreath, center, in recognition of achievements which she has completed since becoming a member of Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha. ESA IDEALS AWARD — Mrs. Olen Teague, left, and Mrs. Kenneth Gilbreath, right, conducted the ESA Ideals Award Service for Miss Sandra Clark, center, Tuesday evening. This annual award is presented in recognition of service to the community, and interest and participation in worthwhile activit- ities. the perfect Christmas gift , . , portraits of distinction by Hot flop friustaf-d, pickles, relist^ jSolalS chips, English pta salad* eflfifS juice, milk and white cakS tHUl chocolate ffpstihg. ftiEStlAV — Bafteetil thlefc* en, bultefed potatoes, erelfrt peas, slice lornato, bfead, ffiilK and peaches With cookies. WEbNESDAV^-Sessofied' to beans, macaroni and dh turnip gfeefis with peppef sauce, gfeeft salad With dress-, ing, buttered Cofnbread, fnilk and pineapple pudding, ftttmsDAY - Roast beef, candied yams, green beaHl, pickled beets, buttered ballet* bread, milk and jam of syrup. FRIDAY - Steak with gravy, fluffy potatoes, buttered corn, carrot sticks, ofafige juice, bread, milk and cobbler pie, DE LEON SCHOOLS MONDAY — Barbecued wien* ers, buttered whole potatoes, English peas, hot foils With jelly and milk. TUESDAY — Meat-vegetable stew, cheese roll-ups, crackers, cobbler pie and milk. WEDNESDAY — Pinto beans with ham, buttered spinach, harvard beets, cocoanul pudding, cornbread and milk. THURSDAY - Roast with gravy, creamed potatoes, green beans, bread, fruit cup and milk. FRIDAY - Corn chip pie, vegetable salad, crackers, cup cakes and milk. Mrs. Murphy Leads Culture Club Program Self Culture Club met Tuesday with Mrs. Ben Owen with Mrs. J. E. Henkel as co-hostess. After a short business session, Mrs. A. D. Murphy was in charge of the program, "What is Up Down There," a study of marine life and vegetation under the sea. Refreshments were served to 12 members. Next meeting, a Christmas party, will be Dec. 12 in th» home of Mrs. G. W. Yates. Gift* will be exchanged. 1201

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