The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on October 14, 1959 · Page 5
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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, October 14, 1959
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-f and Brazwla Ceiinty, Texas, Wed., October 14,195» THE BRAZ08PORT FACTS Miss Fox Marries Franklin..R. Krenek On Saturday :^»affi'C^?31.«?a i «±!SaJS *•"*' — !!".'•: ^ «rLr».?•'""»'«,"«ss^-«« -« « ,« .1 Page 5 . came the wife of Franklin Rdy- fibnd Krenek at 1 p.m. Saturday 'in St. 'Thomas' Aquinas Catholic Church in Angleton. .She. Is the daughter of rs. Gladys E. Fox of Angleton and James Fox, Clute. The ^ Ai •H* AI| D MHB. FRANKLIN RAYMOND KWSMEK Wed In CaJholic Church C.r.mtmy Photo By Jack OfMnbetg Remodeling Plans For U Methodist Churjch Approved By Official Board AftW ''tlfllirh Bflll4«. thA - !"•. VaA^« at^^ .« Al» J .. After; much study, ^the ;jre> modeling plans of La W" Jack- ton First Methodist 'Church have been approved by the official board. John Stark, building committee chairman, presented. .the long rang*' plans to tH* board. They include parking, Use of the original sanctuary; future building, adequate access to the parking lot, and The plans covered. an improved parking arrangement and new passageway to the Plantation Drive parking lot at! the rear of the'"original' sahci tuary. !?)*:; v ; '•.•.-.. ';•'.--'• The original sanctuary, will become;Wesley; Hall,,with,.the kitchen moved to -room number 42,'and the-present , Wesley Hall is to be made iri to classrooms. Outside entrance and passage is to be provided at the far end of the educational wing. In future building, plans, a youth bunding'would be located at the:-extreme end : of the church property'on Azalea; a new wing;woul^ enclose the court between Wesley Hall and the originar'sanctQaryt and an-' t other wine would enclose tbe court Wti^n'WgsJev Hall anci BrazoljWplaTining-' Meeting For fcrsdayi There-will be a regular'meet- ing of the : Brazbria' Parent Teacher Association at j7:30 p, m. Thursday 4n. celebration of the Testa? :C5«igress birthday. Mrs. C. A^ Nelson, County Council president, will be panel moderator. The topic will be. • "Education — Whose Responsi-l Mllty? 1 , 1 /-': ' . The -PTA provides .alniirsery for children age^ne; Uirough five ana-refreshmeati will be served.:-.. •' •• •;';•-f. '" The,PTA had an-executive meetlttgi recently with-Mrs. C. R, Beakula preaidini .s. step of the remodeling ana new construction will be detailed and will be available to members. groom 1» the son of Mr. and Mrs.' F. 3. Krenek, Angleton. White gladioli' adc-rned the altar as the couple were married in a double ring ceremony with Bev. Raphael O'Loughlln officiating. Traditional wedding music was rendered by Mrs. Alton .Arnold, Angleton, ,at the organ. » , ' > The bride was given in marriage by her Uncle, Beryle Fool of Houston. She wore a traditional wedding gown fashioned of White satin over tulle with , panels of Chantilly lace set In to the top skirt. "•••'; , The elongated waist came to points In the front and back The bodice had a neckline ending in a lace and tulle stand- Up collar. Long sleeves came to points on the hand. The bride's. Juliet .cap festooned with sequins and rhinestones held her fingertip veil of illusion edged In Chantilly lace. Her bridal jewelry was a single strand of tiny pearls. For her bridal bouquet she carried white roses and variegated ivy arranged on a white prayer book. ^ Matron of honor was Mrs. Eugene E. Stevens of Angleton. Bridesmaids were Miss Alice Korenek and Mis* Florence Lostracco, both of Angleton. The bridal attendants wore gowns in identical fashions of crystallne over taffeta in varying shades of pink. , pink tulle hats trimmed in tear drop peatls. Their bouquet* were arrangement! of Urge pink glamellia tied In match" mg ribbons. • Vlrkl Lynn Davis of Houston was flower girl and ring bearer was Bobby Warner of Angleton. Attending the groom Was hi* brother, Bobby Krenek, who was best man. Groomsmet were Eugene Stevens, Angle Mrs. DeZavala, Hostess l-or Heview Club Uotiee The Wednesday 'rttview c»ul> began its fall season with i coffee at the home of Mrs. L K. DeZavala In Fr'eeport. Members were received .by Mrs. C. A. Christian and Mrs Victor Pessarra. The table was decorated in pink and white Pouring coffee and tea were Mrs. N. CV Hicfcey and the hostess, Mrs. DeZavala. • " : After the regular meeting conducted by Mrs. • Phillip Crow, president, a quiz "Hive You Been Challenged Lately?" was presented by Mrs. G. T. Womaskj ifi which all memb ers participated. The next meeting will be k barbecue at the Lake on October 21. II Soys Here*. . NEW YORK <UPI> — The Nu- trltlon Foundation reports that the average person can lose one pound a week by cutting out SOO calories a day. im WATCHES NawEUIN SPORTSMAN ly »hock.r»ililai*. •nd wal«rprool?._«gch a STARUTE r The faayt waleh tha.t't r SELF'S «»-* rukiBf cm T-T7U tAKB JACKSON WANT MORi FOB YOUR MOMIY... gloves. The groom's mother WOT; a blue sheath dress with matching accessories. Both wore corsages 6f white darna- lions with thitr ensenibtes.. Immediately after the cere- 4.M.. jH."a ~ ~~~ ".—.—•• rtony a barbecue luncheon was h£SL •S.J** 6 ?" 1 hl « hlf * hte - ield Jn the American Legion brown accessories, arid <, blue Hall. Decorations for the re- Ushers were Kmmett Fttfc, brother of the br/de, Artgleton, and Douglas tlrbonskl, Houston. Tot the occasion the bride's mother chose a blue sheath freshment tab! ments toft' After left on a short. her corsage , w ^*,M an 8 e - were white and was white roses. tfpon return the couple will makejheir home a.t 801 Phil li$S Road in Angleton. The '£,r -T* 1"" .7i u f WU1 5 sr ? om ls employed by the Sun- r tr 1 . P 6ce sulttrimmedi team Bread Company. In black and.worn with blaclcj The bride and groom are jloYeSl'graduateE of Anvlotnn High .e re and groom accessories. Her hat and glfriil-graduates of AngUton School with th* bride graduating this year. 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