The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 22, 1968 · Page 17
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'Sfepfiens-Cfiapman vows said in Lake Jackson LAKE JACKSON - A double ring ceremony wilted M las Nancy Kay Stephens and Pat- mrlck Ishmael Chapman In marriage on Saturday Sept. 17 at ? p.m. In the First Methodist Church. ' The Kcv. Faulk Landrum, pastor of the Chapetwood Methodist Church officiated. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Stephens Jr., 317 Wisteria, and the groom Is the son of Mr. and 0Mrs. H. C. Chapman, 109 Lazy Lane. Given In marriage by her father, Die bride wore a full length gown of white dotted swiss covered by an organza cage which was appllquedwlth embroidered daisies and seed pearls. The dress was an original designed by the bride's sls- i^tcr and It had also b««n worn In her wedding. The bride's head was covered with a floor length veil and she carried a yellow throated orchid placed on top of her white satin covered Bible. Her jewelry was an heirloom gold bracelet belonging to her maternal great-grand$ mother, Mrs. Runneth Nell Laves of Dripping Springs, Tex., v, as her slater's matron ol honor. WC HD club W1-.ST COLUMBIA - The Columbia Home Demonstration Club met with Mrs. llar- v«y [Jucro, for Its first club meeting of the new year. ™ Kleclloti of officers wa.sone of the main features, with Mrs. Harvii)' Uucro being elected president, Mrs. W. C. Avera'Jr., vice president uni Mrs. U. H. Gable, treasurer. The club meets each .second aJvJ fourth Thursday. The Club made plans for the County I air to bu held — in Angletoi) In (.ctobwr. WC sfudy club SVKST COLfMBIA - The Klrst Capitol SlD.lv Club held its Iir.it MU'i'tllig of IIS club year, Sept. 1C, at the home of Mrs. t). L. Wlsch the club president, for luncheon. Twenty-five cluti members were present. The) voted in ^ two new nu>mbers. Mrs. Henry Black amJ Mrs. U. C. V.aft.i. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Melixly Jutinson, Mrs. Gladys Cuptori an/1 Mr.s. Josephine Porter. The program !'<r the coining year '*a.s reviewed b> Ihe club president, Mrs. Aluu-tte Wlsch. Bridesmaids were Miss Joyce Beth Stephens, sister of the bride, Miss Patricia Ann Roy, Miss Debbie Baum an, cousin of the bride. The attendants wore full length princess styled gowns of orange (resella. Peter Knodle was best man. Groomsmen were Cecil Heed, Timothy Chapman and Stephen Chapman, brothers of t h e groom. Monte Bagwell and Mike Ilutson served as ushers, Shane Bagwell was the ring bearer and Jamie Cox was flower Rlrl. Candles were lit by Shr-rrt ivy and Bill Bauman, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Charles Stedman was the organist and soloists were Mrs. Mark Hall, and Mrs. Bill Knight. The bride's mother wore a n»al blue .silk shantuni'dress am! the groom's mother wore a suit uf emerald green silk. A rocoptlonwas held In Wesley Hall. Miss Mary LouCarley, Miss Beverly Cappln, Mrs. Jack Moore, and Mrs. Monte Bagwell were house part) members. For their wedding trip the bride chose a tangerine lightweight wool dross. The couple will inaXe their home at 1712 1/2 Avenue O., Huntsvlllo. The bride and bridegroom are graudates of Brazosport High School. She attended Tyler and Alvtn Junior College and Is a former employee of Dow Badlsche. He Is currently attending Sam Houston Stale College, where he Is a mid-semester junior majoring In math and computer. Out-of-town guests included the grandparents of the bride, Mr, and Mrs. II. L. Stephens Sr. ol Troupe, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. II. C.Trax- le.r of Ft. Worth; the grandparents ol the groom,Mr,and Mrs. I. B. Snow of Hockley, Tex., and Mrs. I'. C. Chapman of Houston. 1're-nupllal parties In- cludod a luncheon given on the day of the wedding by Mrs. T. R Ivy; a rehearsal dinner given in the home ol the groom's parents; a miscellaneous shower with Mrs. L. T. Marquart, Mrs. G. H. Juti- german, Mrs. Arnold Walters acting as hostesses. Mrs. P. T. Brown, Mrs. B. B. Lamlnack, Mrs. H.S.Mas- tors. Mrs. A. N. Dean, Mrs. it. L. Bryant, Mrs. It. G. Uryant and Mrs. G. O. Bryant were co-hostesses at a miscellaneous shower; and Mrs, Monte Bagwell also held a shower lor the bride. ^Ff eepott., Texas. Sunday. 22. 1968. PAGE 3 MJt. AND MRS. PATHICK I. CHAPMAN The former Nancy Kay Stephens Photo by Mowan Texas Young Homemakers to form chapter here MISS I-AY!. KLAlBLH'S i>nf:.ii,v»tenl '" 1'vt. S. 2 Kicharcl I.. S|«!«tl is .uuiuunce<! by- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. KlalU-r o! COI llolhhock, Chile. He Is the son ol Mr. ulvl Mrs. T. L. Sjt-ed, 'j?~ l<odw<<id. Lake Jackson. No date Vr the wedding has U-eii set, I'M. Sivttl v. ill rr- purt sujti (or an 18-month tour ol duty In Germany. The Brazosport Chapter of Young Homemakers of Texas will begin Its organization on Tuesday, Sept. 24, 7:00 - 9:00 p. m., in the Brazosport Senior High School homernaklng department. A special program on "Home Beautlficatlon with Handmade Accessories" will be presented. Women of the Brazosport area are Invited to become charter members in the Brazosport Young Home- rnakers of Texas chapter. The State Association of Yuunt; Homemakers of Texas Is a chartered organization/or young women interested in homernaklng 'Hie Association functions under the direction of the Division of llomernaktng Education, Texas Education Ageac;., In cooperation with the local school and the home making teacher, who serves as chapter advisor. The organization Is formed exclusive!;, for educational purposes with particular reference to the area of horne- maxinr. The overall coal of Younr, Homemakers of Texas is to provide creative opportunities for \ount; women In rnaintain- It'.i 1 , effective personal, famil>, and communlt) life. Members learn new skills ami >: a I n information contributing to home and fan.il> Restaurant BUFFET DINING or its Wednesday and Sunday Buffet 12:00 NOONto2:OOP.M. 6.-30P.M. to 8:30P.M. LUNCHEON BUFFET DINNER BUFFET A-la Carte-anytime /days a week Silas Adams, General Manager RESTAURANT Turn Left Under Surfside Bridge living and community membership. Classes and group meetings emphasize such topics as home beautlficatlon, furniture refinishing, child care and guidance, home care of the sick, consumer buying, management of family finances, planning nutritious meals, self-Improvement, and citizenship responsibilities. Membership is of two types, active and associate membership. Active membership is open upon payment of dues towom- en not enrolled in high school and who are not over thlrr, five years of ace. Women over thirty-five years of at;e may become associate members upon payment of dues, with the rights and privileges of active members, except that of holding office and voting. Eligible members may be single or married. They also may be employed in wage- earnine occupations as well as being a homemaker. The Brazosport YHT chapter will bo one of the chapters in Area III, one of ten supervisor;, area* of the State Division of Homemaklng Education. The local chapter will have representation on both area anil State Executive Committees, and at State and area conventions. The regular meeting date of the Brazosport YHT chapter will be determined after s u r v e y of ttt e m I- 1 e r s preferences. Amount of dues will also be determined b> local mem- lorshlp. Friendship club LAKE JACKSON - Mrs. Jvnevia Wilcox, business 01- Mce supervisor for Southwestern Hell Telephone, w ill be the guest speaker at the Friendship Club meeting at 10 a.m. Wednesday m^Vesley Hall, at the First Mettiodist Church. An authentic Chinese luncheon will be prepared and served by Mrs. Hose Jung. The club is an inter-denominational group ior retirement age men and women and is sionsored by Miss Frances Way ol the First Methodist Church. WOLF IN LAKE JACKSON Brazosport Village Center Miss Don's Ward and J. W. Williams are wed '4 f BRAZORIA - Miss Doris M, Ward became the bride o! J. E. Williams on Saturday, Sept, ^ in Hall's Chapel Baptist church In Brazorla. The Rev. F. Celestlne officiated at the double ring rites. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ward of Brazorla and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E, Williams of Houston. An arch of plumosa fern, huckleberry foliage and citron bows formed the background for the ceremony. The chancel was outlined with votive candles and 14 branch candelabra accented the decor. A white satin runner covered the center aisle and the kneeling bench was also of white satin. The aisle was lighted with pew candles which were tied with citron satin bows. Mrs. D.Simple was organist and Miss S. Williams was soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of delustered peau de sole overlaid with organza and featuring appliqued roses on the scooped neckline. The skirt was encircled with seed pearls and flowed to a chapel length train. Her col (was a pearl covered crown which held a veil of tulle. She carried a cascade of white carnations, gypsophella. Eagles auxiliary meets Thirty-two new members were initiated into the Brazos- port Auxiliary of the Fraternal Order of Eagles No. 3111 in honor of the recent visit of the state president. Mrs. Hazel Deeg, of Corpus Christ!, state auxiliary president, attended the zone conference held at the Bra- zosport FOE. Fourteen auxiliaries were present for the conference. Four past state presidents, 12 state officers, and one national representative also attended. More than 94 women from auxiliaries over the state were also present. The bridal bouquet was centered with a lift out corsage and accented with white streamers, Mrs. K. Williams was matron of honor. Her emerald green gown of chiffon was styled In an empire line and was encrusted with jewels and beads. Miss Carolyn Ward acted as bridesmaid. Her gown was identical with that worn by the honor attendent. Sharon Jones was flower girl. Best man was Nathan Harvey, Robert King was groomsman. Gus Barnaby HI was ring bearer and Arthur Tyrone and Stanley Grain acted as both candle lighters and ushers. The bride's mother chose a two-piece turquoise suit for her daughter's wedding, and the groom's mother wore blue brocade. The bride's home was the scene of the reception which followed the wedding ceremony. Houseparty members were: Mrs. L. D. Stfamblef, Mrs* Irma Jones, Mrs. Rosa Lee Williams, Mrs. Ethel Phillips, Mrs. Dorothy Mack, and Mrs. M. L.Crecy, who directed the wedding. For the wedding trip to San Antonio, the bride wore a beige and brown knit suit. The couple will be at home at 4208 Scott St., Houston. She Is a graduateof Charlie Brown High School and of Franklin's Beauty College. He graduated from Jack Vates High School In Houston. Instant Hair Fashion The curly look if now •• In- giant hair fashion, thanks to curlytop wig* and halrplecet. The most revolutionary Is the synthetic wig In a new denier that duplicates the look and (eel of hair. These curly wlgi will hold up In lot and wet weather, and can be crushed In a suitcase or washed like a piece of lingerie, hung up to dry and worn again without the need of a resetting. MR. AND MRS. J. E. WILLIAMS Wed in Brazoria ceremony Photo by Greenberg There is no reason to these days. When placed in our care, your dollars are protected by years of experienced management, and insured up to $15,000 by an agency of the U. S. Government. No customer has ever had to wait for his savings. WHY SETTLE FOR LESS? AMERICAN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LAKE JACKSON. TEXAS

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