The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 22, 1968 · Page 16
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Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, September 22, 1968
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PAGK 2. Section It. THE URAEQSPnitt PACTS. Ff^poM, TeXa*. Siindiv. fret.. 22. 1 A/l/ss Cynfhia Arfman Is wed to Micheo I Pa Imer FREEPORT *-MlsaCynthU Ruth Artman became the bride of Mir heal Everette Palmer in a double ring ceremony at G p.m. Saturday, Aug. 31 in St. i\iary: Star of the Sea Catholic Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John P. Artman, 1631 West Ninth Street in Freeport, and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Palmer, 624 Northridge in Angleton. The Rev. Robert A. Blankenstein officiated at the Nuptial Mass. Kurt Art man, brother of the bride and Robert Ferryman assisted Father Uiankenstein. Miss Cherle Hickey, a classmate of the bride, was .soloist. Mrs. Mason Evans accompanied her at the organ, The altar was decorated with a basket of white gladiolas and chrysanthemums. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white delustered satin. It was fashioned in soft, slender lines and featured a sculptured bodice with elbow sleeves and overlaid with Alencon lace re-embroidered with seed pearls. A l or ID al court train, ap- pliqued with lace motifs adorned with pearls, was attached at the shoulders. Her veil of silk illusion centered from a crest of flower petals, encrusted with .seed pearls. Her bridal bouquet consisted of 'white baby roses and orchids. Miss Lynn Kaye OeZavala was her maid of honor. She was gowned in shrimp Sorrento, designed in a full length empire styled A-line dress with a panel tailing from a shoulder bow to the floor. Miss Tina Artman, sister of the bride, and Miss Leslie Palmer, sister of the groom, were bridesmaids. They were dressed identically to the honor attendant. Duane Williams, of Angleton, served as best man, and groomsmen were Larry Perryman. of Freeoort. and Richard Palmer, brother of the groom. Lee Artman, brother of the bride, and William Palmer, MR. AND MRS. MICHEAL E. PALMER The former Cynthia Ruth Artman Photo by Buddy Giese brother of the groom, served as ushers. The bride's mother wore a dress of mint-green silk and worsted, in a modified sheath design with a jeweled collar. The a three - piece suit of taupe Alaskine trimmed with mink. The reception was held in the Freeport Com munity House. Members of the house party were Misses Dianne Wood, Ruth Burnett, Vickie Burns, Candace Gormey, Jo Ann David, Betzi My re, and Mrs. Beverly Williams. Miss Charlotte Pessarraregistered the guests. Misses Jennie and Donna Fields distributed rice bags from silver baskets. For her travel outfit for the wedding trip to Houston and Lake of the Pines, the bride chose a two-piece ensemble of printed navy blue and white Can You Be Particular About Your Prescription Eyewear and Be Economical/ Too? Yes TSO you can guard against eye disease, eyestrain and poor vision. If required, finest quality glasses will be prescribed and filled for a nominal fee. Directed by: Dr. S, J. and Dr. N. Jay Rogers, Optometrists CONTACT LENS SPECIALISTS Open Saturday until 1 p.m. 340 Tarpon Inn Village, Freeport, Texas FREEPORT, TEXAS linen with a full-length coat. The couple will be at home at 1510 Avenue K, Huntsvllle, Tex., where both are third- year students at Sam Houston State University. Out-of-town guests for the wedding included Mrs. Lti Edna Palmer of Sulphur Springs, Tex.. Mrs. W. E. Myre of Lake of the Pines, Tex., grandmothers of the groom. Prior to the wedding, Miss Artman was honored with a bridal shower by her roommates in her dormitory. A shower was held in the home of Mrs. G. F. Ferryman. Co- hostesses with her were Mrs. L. K. DeZavala and Miss Lynn D Zavala. Mrs. Mary White, Angleton, aunt of the groom, honored her with a miscellaneous shower. Ney PTA fo meef Elisabet Ney Elementary School Parent Teachers Association will hold its first meeting of the year Monday at 7:30 p.m. It will be a get-acquainted meeting with State Representative Neil Caldwell as guest speaker. Caldwell will explain one of the new amendments to the Texas Constitution to be voted on in November. He will discuss the amendment concerning teacher retirement. Lipstick ro Rouge When a lipstick gets down to a nub, there's probably a good deal of it left in the bottom of the holder, Do not throw it away. Either keep such stubs and use them when you brush on lipstick or, even better, dig them out, mash them with a little spatula. If they appear dried out, moisten them with a drop of baby oil. Replace the resulting paste in a small jar, thus providing yourself with lip rouge which will last a long time. tOH. -Afcfeo- 'Lady' Goes Only Where Invited By Abigail Van Buren Ic (Ml by Chictio Ttlbunr-N. V. Ni«t Srfll. Inc.I DEAR ABBY: After being a widow for 4 years, I married George, a divorced man whose daughter is getting married in Syracuse next month. 1 suggested that we go to Syracuse a day or two early as 1 have relatives there. It was then that George informed me that I was not invited to the wedding? I was furious. 1 took it for granted that as his wife I would be welcome at his daughter's wedding. George said I could make the trip with him. but while he attended the wedding and reception, I could visit with my relatives. I told George that I was a lady and refused to be hidden away. All his people know that he has remarried The only reason, he has ever given me for his divorce was that he and his wife "didn't get along." Do you suppose that he's afraid if 1 go to the wedding I'll find out something he doesn't want me to know? He says. "I can't imagine why you would even want to be there with my former in-laws and ex-wife present." Please advise me as I am very unhappy over this, and am considering leaving him. LEFT OUT LADY DEAR LEFT OUT: ,\ "lady" goes only where she is invited. The day belongs to George's daughter, and if she had wanted you at her wedding, she'd have invited you. George should go alone. Trust his judgment. DEAR ABBY: I am 16 and have known Betty since kindergarten. She is 17. We were neighbors, but last year Betty moved away. She keeps phoning me, and we have long conversations. She always talks about boys and sex. and she's started to use very vulgar language. She kept wanting to get together, but I always made up excuses. Finally Betty suggested she pick me up [she drives I and we go to visit a former teacher who is ailing. I agreed, as ! liked this teacher. When I saw how hard and cheap Betty looked, I was shocked. Now I know I don't want to associate with her anymore, so when she calls, J ask my mother to say I'm out. My mother did this several times, but now she says getting rid of Betty is MY problem, and she refuses to lie for me anymore. How can I end this friendship without hurting Betty? SOFT DEAR SOFT: Answer the telephone and tell Betty yon are too busy to talk to her more than a few minutes. And when she suggests getting together, be unavailable. 1 can't guarantee that you won't "hurt" Betty in the beginning, but I promise, you'll be rid of her in the end. DEAR ABBY: I am a woman 31 years old and I have started keeping company with a man about my own age. It looks like it might become serious. J Marriage, I mean.l Abby, I would like to know if I am obliged to tell him that I cannot have any children due to two operations [removal of one ovary, and half the other one] 1 had in the last 2 years? Or should I keep silent and maybe tell him after we are married? Thank you. UNDECIDED DEAR UNDECIDED: Tell him. DEAR ABBY: Is it proper (or a lady to wear an orchid corsage to her husband's funeral? I saw this with my own eyes and would sure like to have your opinion. SULPHUR. LA. DEAR SULPHUR: If it made the lady feel better. the» I would say it was "proper." DEAR ABBY: My daughter is soon to be married to a very nice young man, and here is the problem: HIS mother is having a "JACK AND JILL" shower for my daughter and her son, and she is going around SELLING TICKETS to anyone who will buy one for $3.50! I am flabbergasted, to say the least. How do we get out of this ridiculous situation? I know it is not proper for the parents of the bride or groom to host a shower, but this business of selling tickets is dreadful, and we want no part of it. Any suggestions? EMBARRASSED DEAR EMBARRASSED: Tell the mother of the groom I (with all the kindness you can muster] that you appreciate her good intentions, but .to forget the shower lest people gel the) impression ttv»t she's motivated by the loot. i FOR ABBY'S NEW BOOKLET "WHAT TEEN-AGEM WANT TO KNOW." SEND ll.M TO ABBV. BOX tmt, LOS ANGELE8, CAL. MM. WEINERS STORES CLOSED MONDAY In Observance of the Jewish New Year Holiday ROSH HASHANAH OPEN MONDAY NIGHT 6 :00fc t. 9:005 Husbands are! topic for Fashion Foruml ANGLETON - Wednesday, Sept. 25 is the last session I of "Keys to Fashion and [ Beauty," a forum for the women of the county. The forum la held at the Angleton High School Auditorium with I registration beginning at 9:15, The program starts at 9:30 | a.rn. Care of the Skin and Make- Up is to be presented by Mrs. Ted Heatherley of Aflgleton, who has been specially trained by two outstanding cosmetic companies, Mrs, Heatherly is widely experienced In the field | of make-up. Lee Kline, group merchandise manager of men's, boy's and children's apparel for a large department store in Houston, Pasadena. Baytown | and Galveston, will give Ideas on "How To Put Together The smartest Accessory you Have—Your Husband." Mrs. F. M. Krejcl, Chairman of Co, Planning Commit- I tee, and the County Extension | Agents Invite you to take advantage of this opportunity to | get some Ideas on skin and make-up and how to help your husband put together his wardrobe-what to look for when buying a suit. Barbara Ann Pope and Tommy C Me GUI're wed FREEPOHT - Miss Barbara Ann Pope, dAU^hter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pope, 1122 West 6th, and Tommy Clint McGuJre, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Wally McGuire of Houston were wed Saturday, Sept. 7 in the Freeport First Methodist Church. The Rev. Robert B. Langham officiated at the double ring ceremony. An arcli of greenery sprinkled with pink flowers and flanked with baskets or pink mums formed the back- itround before which the wod- dlng vows were said. Mrs, A. B. Baker, organist, played traditional wedding music. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a princess styled gown of peau de sole which featured a front center panel covered with re- embroidered lace and outlined with tiny seed pearls. The sleeves of the gown were fashioned of silk organza and accented with the lace cutouts outlined with pearls arid similar to those on the dress panel. Her shoulder-length veil was of tulle, and her tiara was of roses made from pearl covered peau de sole. The bride curried a bouquet of white mums centered with a white orchid. The only attendant, Miss Santha Ownes, was gowned In pale pink brocade. Richard McGuire attended the groom as best man ami ushers were Shannon Young and Rick Perkins. The bride's mother wore a beige iace two-piece dress, and the groom's mother wore MR. AND MRS. TOMMY C. MrCiVlKK \w<J tn double rim: rites I'liutii liy Itixl a blue linen suit. Following the curtMiumy, a r uc epl Ion was held at the bride's home. Miss KllKflbi-lhOwtMM, Barbara Ludniiiiin, Miss Barbara Sims, Miss Sharlotte Morrison, Mrs. Richard Ludeman and Mrs. Anriin Mae Morrison were members "< the house party. For a wmidinx trip to Dal- la.s am) Ilii- bride elm*,a utie. piece black ulxl- white plaid Kettle cloth eii.Heinhle, which bottom*! on the .suit- and leature<l a 'Aide N'lt. The couple will make Ihr0 honii! Ililliintsvllli', whiTrNith art; attending Sam Houston Slate College. »e I.H a member o/ siuma Chi fraternity. Danbury 4-H group seeks new leader DANBURY - Election of officers highlighted the meeting of Danbury 4-11 group held Tuesday afternoon at the school. Officers elected Inc luded Denlse Peltier, president; Jo Anne Peltier, vice-president; Julie Sloiuy secretary and treasurer; Theresa Vrazel, Tasting Tea tickets LAKE JACKSON - Tickets for St. Timothy's Tasting Tea will be ready for distribution soon, Harriet Cochran, chairman, has announced. re|»rter. Tracy Menard was named council delugato. It was announced that 4-11 club meetings would bo h«ld on the first Thursday of each month. A member stated that at the present time the club Li tn desperate need of a leader. The group pleads for the ore ready Recipes for the cookbook should be turned In Sunda>. They can be placed In a copper bowl In the church Narthex or turned Into Mrs. Cochran. of .some person who lias a/i Interi-.ft In -*or^ Ing with girls and boys, and untler.slniK).s the importance uf 4-H work in tlic community and county. Anyone who reels that they can be able lo help wild the leadership work ma) contact Miss I'a«i WI Lion. county home dumunxtration ag«m, at the. Ura/jjrla County court house In Anelutun. f They may also contact any of the nvv, elected officers 'or Information concerning iJi«lr eludes. earthenware SAVE $5.00 ON 16 PC STARTER SETS DESERT ROSE Now you can save $5.00 on H» piece starter sets in America's favorite earthenware — Franciscan. 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