The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 11, 1962 · Page 3
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ItOSPORT AND BBAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS. TUIS.. SEPTEMBER 11. 1942 HE 1RAZOSPORT PACTS Editorial—Adv—BE 3-3511— Classified—BE 3-2611 PAGE S 'infield-Walker Vows Said i WC Method istCeremony Arrlwny enhanced with ., was Iho sotting fnr tho i.-irri'iK'* of Ml"" Knlhryn Walker ,r| Ponnlfl V. Wlnftold, Itolh of ,ii':|nt), in Iho C.'olumhln Melho- si rhiirch rif \Vo«t Columbia, parents of thf couple are Mr. ,n>l Mrs .11. K. W'lllioi of Wost iiinhlH Hll'l Mr. iiinl Mrs. J. C. WjjiflpUl of Houston. k W1io fiov. A. Wayne Jones offi- Haled In Ihn double line i-oro ninny which look place Saturday. ' Two baskets of white niimis nnrl spirnl cnnrlrlnlifR with whilo tap- rrs stood Ivside tho while archway, honrath which tho bride and room said tholr vows. Organist WHS Mrs. Ilompr nk'knrsnii. Sho accompanied Iho loloisl, S. D. Freeman, In lh(> so- '•iJlons, "Hocauso" and "The Lwd's Pmyor". Holh are. from West Cnlumhin, Tlio bride came lo Iho nltar on [the arm of hor father, wearing a [gown of puro satin with a silk illp laco bodice and finger tip loovos. Tho full skirl fcnlurrd a |ront and hack panol of lace lhat jndod in a chapol lonclh train, Hid satin forming nvnrlaid ploals. Vr fincorllp vril ol silk illusion * hold by a crown of seed ,rls. Tho hrirlr worn a single and of pearls, a gift from the. nom. iMiss Walker's bou(|uet was of or do amour, stophanolis, Maid Orleans jasmine and centered Itli a removable white orchid, hy leaf ivy enhanced Iho bridal Uquot. fliss Kaye Rillingsloa served as Walker's maid of honor, mine; a tm.M silk nrganzn ir taffeta. The street length had a filled hodice fealur- la scalloped neckline, that cnmn V in holh front and back, skirt was softly pleated. Her ikfiwas of matching material with ^ttille voil over the crown and gnttli rosettes on each side. Matching shoos and beige kid gloVcs finisher! her costume. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Aida E ker, Mrs. Evelyn Nelson and . Sandra Walker. They wore boise qowns slyled Identically lo the one worn by the maid of honor. All of the bride's attendants caiTied nosegays of bronze mums. The bride's niece. Nonm Jean Walker, attended as flower girl. Her dress of beige laffeta was embroidered with toast flowers. A matching haJl hat with ruffles and rasertes, while shoes and gloves "npleled her costume. She car- rie.1 a white tasket of flowers. Lloyd Winfield aclod as best man, with Charles Walker. Wil- MR. AND MRS. DONALD VINCENT WINFir.l.l) KvrlmriRp Vrmw In Colitmhln MHhnrlitt Illlos I'hntn By .lark firp liam Rosi'h, and James Walker as i groomsmen and ushers. Candle Ml!WS Joyrn Krick, Juno x-p Phillips, B< nf , rv*'< rv, ^uin; Dickerson. P'ster .LeNorman. and Annette Winfield f'm a wedding trip tn N p \\ Orirans and Miami. th» hridr chose a heiije silk shantung sui with lizaitl shoes and bpg. Olhei I lighters were Mike Walker jVornon .Strolher. ! Kor the wedding, Mrs. Walker I chose a navy Iinlinn silk dress wilh shoes and hag of matching i color. Her hat and elbow lenglhiW ;cloves were of white. To complete accessories were a forest green her ensemble Mrs. Walker wore hat (rimmed wilh beige and fores ;a lifiht hluo crystal nocklacp and gropn Cloves, ia white fluor-de-amour corsage. The hrido j= „ gradii.ilr? o Tlie reception was held in Kel- \vest Columhia High Krhool am lowship Hall at tho church im- TJHJ,, ,r n || v School of Nursing a mediately following the ceremony. , np Memorial Baptist Hospital in The table was centered wilh Ihe^Houjtrm. She also attended th bride's bouquet and two baskets Tjnj vprs |ty of Houston, of while mums. Silver candle Her groom graduated from | holders with white tapers were Mj 5s ou ri City High School j placed hesido the centerpiece. a | tenf |pd William and Mary tjni I Lime sherbet punch with floating vors j ly in Virginia and Ihe L'ni :pink roses was served from a vcrs i, y ot Houston. i crystal service. . ' „, A three tiered wedding cake de-' :'(irated with pink roses and green Grated Parmesan che«so Is, o leaves, and lopp«7 wilh the tradi- course, a goalong with spashett itional bride and groom, was sen'- and tomato saucr. lit try i ied lo Ihe guests. sometimes in a tossed green salad Assisting In the reception were or to give 7.est lo a white sauce Program For Club Arranging Fresh, Oried Materials A panel discussion and demonstration on the mechanic's of arranging fresh and dried materials and fruit was the program for the first meeting of the season of (lie j Founders Garden Club of Kree- port. The demonstration was pro-j sonted by Mrs. Billie Watson ami! Mrs. Kaye Siddall. Hostesses for the meeting, held; <^Mrs. Walston's Ten Room, were Pearl King, Frances Fisher, Grace Ferguson and Lucille Oreer. 'lliere were 20 persons | present. Officers for the club, assuming; thrir duties at this meeiing. are! Mrs. <1. R. Martin, president;! Mrs. Thad Davis and Mrs. O. B. I King, vice presidents; Mrs. Jim; Nabors, recording secretary; , Mrv. Bill Nelms, corresponding: (jdtreliiry; Mrs. Glenn Heath, treasure r; Mrs. J. I.. Williams, historian - librarian; find Mrs. L.'C. Martin, parliamentarian. Watch for the GRAND OPENING of BRAZOSPORT FLOOR & CARPET CO. Formerly (Topp Floor Co.) 317 So. D It 3-52SI FREIPORT I. C. PHILLIPS. Owner •fltlS 111 I, I,KM,Til coat urn) ilri>»» iMiwinhlf nl ilmilile knit 7.1'lkriiini- Hill IM' iinc nf Ihe tn»hliinH |irr>\lr»ixl »t >hn kt>li< Ill liluhliclil 111'' .M-iir'i fir 1. The I'livnilile ciinii". 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