The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 5, 1959 · Page 3
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BfUPipttrt and Bmorla Oonnty^TMcag. Monday, October 5,1969 THE BfcAZOSPORT FACTS, Miss Blade Wed To A ceremony in Hoekford Ann-Thomasr New York City, JC Qarderi Club Members Plan Fair-Niche ' "• • ' ' • ' * • ' ' '•''"• '•' 'I /'""• .4 ..... Th6 JoneS CfCek Gdrd6tt. A. C. S*»ar/»vJ - hlcfwHan and H_ Ati.«j..A U .^...ri f »*•—. *»-._i_^_ •_ • .' '. . i'. • _• *.-'•»'••.'' i Pag M £ e _ ^°? M iu C t eek Garden A. c - Searcy, historian and li-j Club ntet in the home of Mrs.lbrariati; and Mrs. Bert Powell. 1>. C. SHepard on Wednesday 16 j mrllamentarian. dscuss Brazoria County Fair! for the club's niche at the plans arid accept the nominal-j County Fair flower show, the mg committee's recommenda-1 theme is "The Golden Weddine Hl"l« tn* rtftl**~~ ' t^~ Jt_._ «^^_ - . * Founders Garden —. uu>u , «•*-. **««• **«iyvjr; iue wuiiian s oocieiy 01 Pessara, president; Mrs. Jack; Christian Service of Lake Jack- Capps and Mrs. 8. D. Tarrant,: <on First Methodist Church will Ilrst and second vice presidents; sponsor a toy products party Mrs, H. Morris, secretary; Mrs.'on Oct. 14 at Jasmfne Hall, Henry Pessara, treasurer; Mrs. | from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. ..iciuiuijr «u - AWVIVLISIU, nun -,LilUlimB| L i1CW IULK Wliy t ing House, Houston, at 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Thonj- tlon for officers for ~the"com Saturday united In marriage as, Chicago, John Michael ina vest ior.trie.com ftfflAU t>At«l«lM t^llwAUAiU ' ClkjA^atrijA T _1_. V^.^1.^^^ _^^ J,_ _ . ° JCOH .» are Mrs. Harvey 6£flouston. • The bride's parents art Mr. and Mrs. John A. Slade Sr. of Freeport. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth O. Thomas, Ft. Madison, _, , la., are the groom's parents. fj|iU T*k UrtUA Rev. John D. Craig officiated *-IUD 10 .lIQVC at the wedding and the bride was given In marriage by her brother, John A. Slade Jr., Her wedding gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta had a 1 The Founders Garden Club fitted bodice with bateau neck- «' Freeport will have the ed- llne. The traditional bridal. ucallonal exhibit at the Bra- sleeves ended in points on the'^orla County Fair that opens tiariAt, Th- /nil m\,i*.t M.«H u«i : i^nocrlaV; ' ' Toy The Party Woman's Society of . . , I JKnlflV ISId|J!Uy Anniversary";'M«. Henry Pes- sara, Mrs. Shepstd, Mrs. Tarrant, and: Mrs. S. P. Stratton are in charge ist'ihe- nic^. The committee in charge of horticultural and artistic-arrangement - entries, of Ju'niors and guests are Mfs. C.- A. Kuehn, Mrs. Morris, and Mrs. Capps. , The program oh preparation of specimens and potted plants for flower shows was given by Mrs. George Sheffield of the 1 Angleion Garden Club. Refreshments ,. ; ad to members and Mrs. H. L. Stilly was cohostess with Mrs. Shep- nrd. lj|yiM|B|iUb«««««««««««««««««««a^B^B^»» DIAL BE 3-5233 For rut Oetlferji Willenberg'a Pharmacy Prescription! 117 W. lad — Freepert seeves ene n pons on Hands. The full skirt was bal-i Tuesday, i> r ir. n !.«„».• ««j »u. u.u-i The e ion display on •"Problems of length and the bride' T he exhibit is a picture vis- wore satin pumps. A pearl tieia caught the MRS. DAVID ROBERT THOMAS The Former Mill Patricia Eliiabtih Slade Quartet, Chorus To Sing At Fair A flfl'i quartet, better known ts the Pastelles, and the Male Chorus from Brazosport High School will be featured at the annual Brazoria County Fair Talent Show on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The Pastelles have been organized for two years, singing , ... . , " ifor various civic clubs, school No matter how the diet Is; functions, and religious organi- must, be adequate In protein, vitamins arid minerals. Beef, because of its high content of . top-quality protein, Its important amounts of B vitamins and minerals, 11 « tood Important of BHS seniors, Jane Stevens, Barbara Lorfing, Sandra Rea, and Beth Shigley. The Male Chorus is well- known for Its performances in the area and in Colorado which f«r the welfare of everyone, j they toured this summer. This •wording to Hie Texat Beef, group IB under the direction of Council. I John Magee. oride's French illusion veil. Matron of honor was Mrs. John A, Slade Jr. of Lake Jackson, sister-in-law of the bride, and junior bridesmaids were the Slade's twin daughters, Sandra and Susan, also of Lake Jackson. The groom's brother, Phillip Joseph Thomas of Houston served as best man. Orland H. Moore, Houston, was usher. In the houseparty for the reception were Miss Majorie Brand, Miss Mollie Dallmeyer, Miss Geraldine Ganske, and Mrs. Gus Vornkahl, all of'Hous- ton. The reception was held immediately after the ceremony in Rockford House. After the reception the couple left on a wedding trip to New Orleans, La., arid Blloxl, Miss. They will make their home In Houston upon return from the trip. The groom is with John Hancock Insurance Company and the bride is an employee of . The Superior Oil Company in that city. Out-of-town guests for the Bedding were Miss Elizabeth Soil Conditioning Pertaining Particularly to Brazoria County." Sixteen slides that run continuously will show soma of the problems of adding various things lacking In the soil. In addition, there will be slides of plants. Also samples of various fertilizers will be displayed on a plaque at the side. Theme for the flower show is "Wedding Anniversaries." The show will be held In the Fine Arts building Tuesday through Saturday. Mrs. B. H. Carlton, chairman, Mrs, John 'Cashen, and Mrs, Curtis Jenkins are in charge of the exhibit by the Founders Club. The club will be hostesses fojc the show from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. PTA Meeting Thursday West Freeport Elementary School Parent Teacher Associa tion will meet Thursday. The executive committee will meet at 6 a.m. and the regular meeting will be held at 10 a.m. in the activity room Grisham-Boden Vows Recited In Sweeny jsr.a i s5is%s Sf^LSsMrs ^K£j-~?™. ».*& ^-^ married in a candlelighted cer emony Sept. 26 at 8 p.m. in the Sweeny Methodist Church, the Rev. Glen Eckols performing the double ring rites. .The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mn. James A. Boden of Old Ocean. The parents of the .groom are Mr. and Mrs. Eiton Grisham of Bay City. An Improvised - altar formed In . the church with of . whiU "chrysanthemums and carnations against a backdrop of greenery. Tapered floor candelabra outlined the ' ' ' . . . ... .. , ; A. M. Anderson provided the traditional wedding music, accompanying Mrs. Jake McCallister, Jr, *s she sang ing the ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white bridal lace and silk organza chapel-length gown fashioned with a lace scalloped neckline, cap sleeves, and a bouffant organza skirt. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was held in place by a seed peatl clip cap. She carried a bouquet of six white orchids from which cascaded greenery and "satin" streamers. ••—•*•••• ••-- >• Miss Peggy Tillman was the maid of honor and Miss Lenora Zackery the bridesmaid.- They were gowned alike in aqua lace and chiffon with matching head clips. They carried cascading white carnations. Nelda Grisham, niece of the groom, was flower girl, wearing an aqua chiffon gown and carrying a basket of llow*r petals. .. Earl Bates of Houston served the groom as best man, Judy Boden, sister of the bride, and Beverly Brooke lighted the candles, and groomsmen included Homer Lee Morrow of Houston, Richard Allen, Dan Ellis and John McCallister of Victoria. The groom's mother wore a gray brocade sheath, complemented wth matching accessories and a. corsage fashioned of yellow roses. The mother of the bride wore a gold brocade gown with a yellow rose corsage. . A reception in the Educational Building followed the ceremony. The bride's table, covered with a white linen cloth, was centered with an arrangement of white and yellow carnations and fern. The bouquets of the wedding party were placed on the table. For travel to Monterrey, Mexico, the bride wore a royal blue dressmaker suit trimmed in white and a white High School and Texas A&M College. The couple will make their home in Bay City where orchid the groom is a rancher. - . •_,• i Among the out - of - town " «" duatfe of th e Buests for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Jake McCallister; John, Susan, Sally and Jane from Victoria. Sweeny-High School and attended Texas Tech. The groom Is a graduate of Van Vleck MR. AND MRS. 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