Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on July 13, 1969 · Page 17
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Janice Herman Becomes Bride of William Magness the Kay HertfiSfi and Wil Maghess wefe sol- fenihized ih Saifit Johfl's fcpis- copal Church Saturday, July 12, at 8:30 p.m. Miss Heftnafi is the daughter fif Mr. and Mrs. George Heitfy Merman of 1916 Ave. E. Her husband is the son of Mrs. Martha Sue Magness of Lubbock and the late Soyd H. Magness Jr. the bride was given in marriage by her father, the Ftev. thoffias G. Keilhly pastor, performed the ceremony with Ben and Joe Florey of Odessa lighting the candles. While Roses the altar was decorated with while roses. Arrangements of magnolia and emerald leaves, surrounded by pink candles, lined the stained-glass windows, the family pews were marked with topiary trees centered with pink candles and clusters of roses in the bride's colors of pink and American Beauty red. For the processional, Miss Barbara Childs, organist, played the "Wedding March" by Valenti. Purcell's "A trumpet Piece for Aire in D" was used for the recessional. Selections of soft background music were also played. Formal Gown For her wedding, the bride chose a formal gown of cameo peau de sole and dyed-to-mateh Alencon lace, the high • rise bodice was designed with a mo- yen age neckline outlined in pearl studded lace as were the bracelet length sleeves. The Aline skirt was festooned with lace appliques and a wide band extended around the hemline. The watteau panel shoulder train repeated the lace at top and bottom of the aise-wide court sweep. Her full - length candlelight veil of French illusion fell from a double cardinal crown of pearl studded matching lace. The bride carried a bouquet of while roses and gardenias with cluslers of stephanotis and greenery. Matron of Honor Mrs. Paul Aday of San Angelo served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. James Y. Herman, sister-in-law of the bride, and cousin of the groom, Mrs. Robert Bessire of O'don- vows bf Miss p6le piftk fio%ef cluster^. Ap- poifitfttents were silver, the ta- j the bride was honored with ble was centered with a silver a kitchen shower in the home of tiered candelabra with clusters Mrs. Fred Bell in Lubbock. of gardenias and greenery. the four-tiered wedding cake was white trimmed with scallops of pink and pink roses. A light pink fruit punch was served with the cake. the groom's table, laid With a floor-length cloth of burgandy, was centered with a cherub candelabra holding red roses. Appointments were brass and the chocolate sheet cake featured chocolate roses. Champagne A patio party was given 5fi honor of the bride in the home of Mrs. Frank Anderson. Hostesses were Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Jack Brosd. Miss Barbara Childs and Mrs. J. H. Childs were hostesses for a rice bag party given in the Childs home. An instant parly was given In the Howard Harlowe home by Mrs. Harlowe, Mrs. Brooke Smith and Mrs. Paul Adav. The punch was served from a brass bride was presented with se- punch bowl. Miss Kay Holliday presided at' the bride's book, the register; (able was laid with white lace. House Party I Members of the house party lections of instant foods. A gift tea honored the bride in the home of Mrs. Walter Gil more, 1815 llth. St. Hostesses were Mmes. Gilmorc, Ben Florey. t. M. Roach. Robert Bes- included Misses Holliday, Judy, sire and Miss Judy Roach. Roach, Patricia Lockwood and Mmes. Frank Holliday, t. M. Roach, Ben Florey, Walter Gil- morc, Frank Anderson, Jack Broad, Fred Bell, R. E. Wells, Reg Regis, Jerry Kolander Jr., Keno M. Henderson and Charles Hicks. For a short wedding trip, the bride chose a black and white linen dress with a double breasted jacket with black and white accessories. Her corsage was red roses. 2903 Third Place, Apt. C-28, Lubbock. the bride graduated from Brownwood High School in 1965, and was a spring graduate at Texas technological College re- Mrs. Harold Lockwood and Mrs. Charles E. Hicks were hostesses for a parfait parly for the bride in the home of Mrs. Lockwood. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Holliday and Kay honored the bride and groom with an informal party in Ihe Holliday home. A bridesmaids brunch was held in the home of Mrs. James Brewer. Hostesses were Mrs. Brewer and Jamie Brewer. The bridegroom's mother Golden Anniversary Day Banquet Slated for B&PW All past presidents and chaf- iii thousands of communities as ter members of the Brownwood Business and Professional Women's Club will he honored at a golden anniversary day banquet Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. The program will be held at Holiday Inn with Miss Frances Merrill as the guest speaker. Miss Bertha Wallace Will present Mrs. Harry Miller and Mrs. D. R. Franks who will sing a medley of songs, accompanied members honor the founders and re-dedicate themselves to | the objectives of elevating standards, promoting interests, and extending opportunities of business and professional women and bringing about a spirit of cooperation among career women. the national officers, who will be in SI. Louis preparing for j the golden anniversary cotiven-; Bartholomew. Mrs. Audrey Massey will introduce the past presidents and charter members. Mrs. J. A. Fuller will conduct the memorial service for members who died during the past year. the banquel will be open lo al the piano by Mrs. Elgene tion on July 20-25, will partici pate in a special July 16 obser-1 vance in the birthplace city. Some of the original "1919ers," ' women who were delegates to the founding convention or joined the federation mat year, will be reluming to St. Louis for the golden anniversary convention. all past members and interested persons. For reservations, call Mrs Ruth Wilson, 646-7617 before Monday night. "Pride—Promise," pride in half-century of achievement and promise of even greater accomplishment as career women in for Tuesday afternoon's meet-! the future .will be the theme of ing of lhe ' Lake Brownwood' golden anniversary day banquet, i Home Demonstration held in the Across the nation, golden an-, community center. Twelve members answered t roll call, and plans were made) for some to attend the annual Lake Members Discuss Plans For HDC Day Mrs. George Neely was hostess Founded as aft eutgtdwifi b! several business women's gtotfp§ established dufiftg World Wfif t, the National Federation is fiofi* sectarian, nonprofit and non* political. Membership is open to any business and professional woman through invitation ffotti a local club. Affiliation With the local club carries with it m6m> bership in the National Pedefa* tion and the international Federation. Research and educational activities are conducted by the Business and Professional Wo* men's Foundation. the couple will be at home at hosted a rehearsal dinner Sal"-'-'•-- ........ ceiving a B.S. degree in education. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta social sorority, this al soulhern Aire. MRS. WILLIAM BRUCE MAGNESS . . . candlelight ceremony Debra Witzsche Weds Blankenburg in Austin AUSTIN - Miss Debra Ann , dean's list. She is presently affi- ' * - nal grandparents, and a white handkerchief from her maternal grandmother. The bride's attendants were attired in empire floor-length dresses in rainbow shades of and chiffon with satin trim. niversary day will be celebrated 'Pals' Revealed At Club Meet Members of the Stitch and four-county HDC rally day meeting July 24 at Cisco. Mrs. Worth Gaines, club presl- Patch Club met Tuesday in the ' dent > opened the meeting and home of Mrs. Luke Clark, 415 i Mrs - Nee 'y 8 ave lhe secretary- Gill St. for business and to reveal "Secret PaJs. report *«• Bertha Melton gave the council dele' Mrs. Pearl" Johnson opened the 8 \ l ?' s rTe P° rt ' 0 „ . r.PPtintr anrl Mrs !.•£. Harb I MrS " J ' B ' RuUedgC the i ________ ______ ____ ......... ______ ..... fall she will teach sixth grade in ! Witzsche and Larry Lee Blank- J iiated" with "GammY"phT Beta ' They e Lubbock Public Schools. enburg were united in mar- ! Alumnae, American Home Eco- The groom, a 1964 graduale riage Salurday, July 13, al 7 j nomics Assn. and Home Econo- of Tascosa High School, Ama-jp.m. in lhe Redeemer Lutheran ! mists in Business. bou- meeting, and Mrs. Luke Clark brought the devotional. Mrs. C. i L. Whisenant. club president, j presided over business. ^ ^ _ ^ Mrs. Myrtle Williford gave the the Lubbock Public Schools. enburg were united 7n mar- • AIumnaei"AmericaiTHomc Ec£ ^ utels tof , mixed s P rin ,S flowers, secretary's report, and Mrs. W. •, ^ j^^ Gajnes Rutled g e "" " " " c - Sin § er i av-e the treasure r'sj waller, Melton, H.'A. Culbert', re P° rt - i Frank Scales, Ed King, Chester New names were drawn for i Culbert, Louis 0. Butler, N. W.! on "Citizenship." Doori prize went to Mrs. W. A. Waller. I Refreshments of cheese cake.j coffee, punch, mints and mixed I nuts were served by the hostess i rillo, graduated in 1968 from j Church. The bridegroom', graduate of, «* l !> e 8™°™ J 13 ^ man - Lt. Wayne Witzsche of Killeen. brother of the bride, serv- ush- *-* i —•- -1 ..••>,»* »u ^O "V*»« •« £,* i* WMU *\, \fi.| , t J _l n ITT A I_l 1 •-—••— — — - ... . —. , y^yj WCI It JL/VUlO V« iJULlCt 1 1 f V I Texas Tech with a B.A. degree I The bride is the daughter of Texas A&M University, is em- i e P included Paul H - Arnold Jr - "Secret Pals" and refreshments i Swinney and Loyd Keating 'and in government. He will be a sec-! Mr. and Mrs. Norman Witzsche ployed as a safety engineer for of Brownwood ' : " r ""—'- 1 - 1 - -«-•-•-• - -- J E " '• ond year law student at Texas'906 Applegate Dr., Austin, form- Transcontinental Gas Pipeline 1 A recel P tion was held - ' mme - 1i«r»U C?*-iV»rtx\l *\t T o»«t A TV*rttvihrti* _..!.. — .r n„ _._._ i rni i_.>:..!_ • »» i *..».. t , of sandwiches and drinks were one guest, Miss Vicke Nace. ., , Tech School of Law. A member I er i y of Brownwood. The bride- in Houston At A&M he was in- , diately followin g lhe ceremony, of Phi Alha Delta, law frater- ' m the Odd Fellows Lod £ e Hall. of Phi Alpha Delta, law frater- j groom's parents are Mr. and ternalional and stale treasur- nily, he is currently employed by the Lubbock - Avalanche County WMU Meeting Set A program for the Brown County Baptist Woman's Missionary Union is scheduled for nell, and Miss Jamie Brewer. Thursday at the First Baptist Miss Deborah Magness of LUb- bock, sister of the bridegroom, was junior bridesmaid. Stacy Hicks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks of College Station, served as flower girl. The bride's attendants wore floor-length dresses of shell pink flocked nylon. The old fashioned dresses featured high necklines trimmed with gathers ol pale pink lace. The sheer puffed sleeves were trimmed with pink lace, and the dresses were caughl at lhe waisl by velvet sashes of American Beauly red. Their headdresses, covered in pink flocked nylong to match the dresses, were in the shape of bonnets. Layers of pink illusion fell from the back of the bonnets, forming their veils. They carried small white straw baskets of red roses and old fashioned pinks surrounded by clusters of greenery. Their shoes matched the shell pink in their dresses and they wore pink gloves. Baby Poll Dress The flower girl's baby doll dress was fashioned of pink flocked nylon and trimmed with Jong velvet streamers down the back. Her pink bonnet was tied under her chin with an Ameri* can Beauty velvet bow. She carried a white straw basket with pink and red rose petals. Jerry Kolander Jr. of Lubbock was the groom's best man, Groomesmen were James Y, Herman, brother of the bride, Douglas Magness, brother of the bridegroom, and Keno M, Hen • derson, both of Lubbock. Mrs. Herman, mother of the bride, wore a pale pink suit with i matching accessories. Her corsage was American Beauty i» rases. * The bridegroom's mother wore a powdor blue dress with matching accessories. Her cor^ sage was of pale pink roses. A corsage of pale pink roses was fashioned for the bride's grand? mother, Mrs, R. L. Lowe, while the bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Virginia E. Moore of L«b- bock, wore a corsage of red roses. Reception Foliowing the ceremony, i re. ception was heJd in the parish hall at the church. The bride's table was laid with a floor- length cloth of gathered lace, festooned with, garlands of s.m> l3«, caught flit each corner wiUi Church. Mrs. Max H. Blankenburg of er and state president of Gam -odge After a wedding trip to Nuevo Houston. A graduate of Southwest Tex- j Iota Lambda Sigma and was as State University, the bride ' named a distinguished student, is currently employed as home ; The Rev. Max C. Blankenburg service advisor for United j brother of the bridegroom, offi- Gas. While attending college, j dated for the wedding. Mrs. 1 1 _•! !/>*-« _.._ . -_° she was vice president of Gamma Phi Beta and state record- Marie Sapenler of Brownwood, accompanied Ted and Bob Knip- ing secretary and state vice; pa as' they sang "Oh Perfect president of Gamma Delta. She j Love" and "The Lord Bless You "Council meeting will begin at j was also affiliated with Kappa and Keep You." 9:30 a.m., followed by a pro- Umbda Kappa and' Texas Stu- Given in marriage by her fa gram at 10 a.m. with the Rev. dent Education Assn., and was ther the bride wore a Victorian ™T? ,u ?T, V ur £' ?,„,»„ rnmmlnrrc « <h P »,.<,*(. s. nominee for "Who's Who" in!E L,,. .„ ? r ,r !..l „„: ?"^ : sponsored by the Woman's So- Point No. 21, Houston. Mrs. Gibson Gives Review n » vr ,. - r . -. . .. BArv(jb ' **-'_, 7 Thirty-three a f le ? ™ * pro ^ r f m at ' 30 P. m - '" the curh ' served U) nine members pres- The Sept. 9 meeting will be; 1 held in the community center.' ent. GROOM-LEWIS - Woodrow Lewis of Eusface announces the engagement of his daughter, Judy, lo Dale Ed Groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie C. Groom of Brownwood. Miss Lewis was graduated from Eustace High School and Henderson County Junior College. Her fiance, a Navy veteran, also attended HCJC. Both will attend Stephen F. Austin College this fail. The wedding will be Sept. 2 at 8:30 p.m. in the First Baptist Church of Eustace with the Rev. 01- len Lover officiating. Logan Commings as the guest speaker. style gown of silk over peau de ciety of Christian Service . American Colleges and Univer-1 soje with Venicc Jace trjm The A covered dish luncheon will j sities. She was named all-col- j em pj re bodice was overlaid with be served at noon, followed by:lege favorite and all - college j j ace -phe a business meeting at 1 p.m. i beauty, and was listed on the Mrs. James Gibson of Lake cuff culls, or EXPRESS Pall MORGAN EXPRESS & TiX^PACK EXPRESS ler Frfe Piefcup s , Mone y-" b ? Levinson. Mrs. Tommy and the ankle-length sheer skirt ; young gave the benediction. _- ,r* , , . . Refreshments of punch and featured sheer bows al the front and back waistline. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of white carnalions, accented with lealher leaf fern, BUY AND SAVE ON FINEST QUALITY FABRICS FOR SUMMER AND BACK-TO-SCHOOL!! cookies were served. English stationers began man- ; ufacturing Valenlines at the! centered with a Cymbidium or- turn of the 19th century and; chid. She also carried a small i dominated the commercial mar- while Bible, a gifl of her pater- ket for about 50 years. Name Brand Quality Fabrics SAVE s 50% and More., on Thousands of Yards of Name Brand Fabrics During Our 23rd ae PRICES EFFECTIVE ALL THIS WEEK! Ladies Bowling Classes 1 Dritz Electric Scissors REGULAR $8.00 VALUE $5.00 Sale Price pr. Pmited Terry Cloth 45" Wide 139*. Sale Price Assorted Fabrics VALUES TO $1.98 YARD 99Cyd. Sole Price Starts Monday, July 14, at 9:30 A.M. 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