The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 23, 1975 · Page 30
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 30

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, November 23, 1975
Page 30
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'. .If*f, s * rip taken by couple Stankovich-Siemers vows said attheFiSSuTS^ ^^T^JIL/ 1 '^ MMMMMHMMw«|gMM____ ^v^^L^T/^.^ "tephflnot is with Qiana with Ion* sleeve*, bv hta fath-r M h«t w wnldt The full were of shew chiffon and (he bodice featured laee Her chapel- veil featured a *hlU» cap She carried a '>f while ro*e*. iiml a irhi) of T1>e bride tin-Jit; Alice Huffman of Urazorth an maul of honor Tina siiteMfi law of room, of Lake ;, AmajKia Childre* Columbia, \M Nita brute ni Anglrtw, and </f , Ktnptrr of West Columbia wan th«> Mating for th« marriage of It e » a Petunia Kolilngsworlh to Gary Oatvc Bowers on N'ov 15 The Hev Henry I, L'fecrni officiated at the Fcwernony and a reception wa§ held following later in ih# I'tantaUwt lu»>rn <il the First Capitol Hank of We*t Columbia Th* brid* it Ih* tlaujtf!t« of Mr atvd Mn Ahin |» HuHtngtworth of I (olumbia ?U> I tj<-r »Ju*Jjw at ('ulw!it>ta • High School Uiu pat! I *umm«r ami will graduate ! with the ciau th.i* tpfttig j TtW? b»1<if^f(JW<fl i» th<" *-.« <>J Mr s/id Mr* T I' ttonnwhur «f Wc»t (.'otuntUa A graduate ...| (.'»4umlMa High -SriKKii. tit }UA/n»{inrt ('utirite «ri«j u f ?4!b*T, th* Urit&t $<*tru] gtftra trf illoft ttVW M!Ui ia ttctrkliM* »f»J K OKI TIL I fj(. THANKSGIVING DAY Hot Dinner R&lb LARGE FAMILY SIZE PIES • Nmpkta * Piich * CtfliB • Charry « K.ta.f. Afian MltS f,AHV OANK |H»« Kits fir*' It*** lleJllngtMMth of W<-»( rc groom anil Hohyn <'h*r!c» Rirl t-Sht-ru -*nr Terry Mfj-rm and I^Ueri Ju!*- to &)ft Ant'jftjo, Uw c»/upje is »' br,rn«- m Urazoru 'Ml B«A/0Vf>Of*T IACJ1 <(rt!{PO((T I£)t.*V SUMOAr. K . at th«* Vffia.v.o tinptist Church in Frtwport was tfw setting for the wwJding of Donna Kathryn Slcmcru and Charles Michael Stankovich on Nov, 22. The Itcv, A. Gordon Johnson officiated at the ceremony. A reception was held in the church foyer Immediately following the ceremony. The bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Donald K. Siemerg of Frccport. .%e i» a graduate of Brazottport High School and Baylor University arid I* currently employed as a music teacher for BLS1). Tljp brid*?j{rwni in the son o( Mr and .Mrs Frank C. Stankovk'h of CHute He U a graduate of Brarosport High School and waji a rnemtx-r of the U.S. Marine C«rp» lor lour years He is r»o* employed by Nine- Twr>-N'iw.« Auto Part* 'f>»e couple will make their home in Fre<rport Given in marriage by ht-r father, the bride cho<>e a formal gown in a prin- ct-Hi style of silk organza over taffeta Wedding lace formed three row* of ruffles at the bottom and 'rrshanced the iklwves and l>*liri- Her t-ltxr*-length iIluMfjo M.-sl was of mat- c}nng face She carried a cascade- of white c;<rnattr/(is. Minuet r<rt>es. Ijaby'ft breath and itephanotig with streamer* of lace. The bride's sister, Gloria Appelt of Freepwt, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. David Roye, sister of the groom from Clutc, and Sharon Favor of Lake Jackson. The attendants wore formal gowns of cranberry Qiana with long sleeved. The princcas-atyle dresses featured ruffles around a V-neckllne. They wore flop-brimmed hats to match the dresses and carried nosegays of pink carnations and baby's breath with accents of pink and cranberry dried flowers. The groom wa* attended his father M best man. David Roye of Chrte and Dennis Wowler of Freeport were groom* smen. The bride's nephew, Brandon Appelt, was ring bearer and Joan Taylor was flower girl. Can- dlelighters were David Wilson and Ronnie Alexander. Ushers were Mike Hannah, Ronnie Alexander, Pete Taylor and David Wilson. Mrs. J. L. Clarke of Lake Jackson was organist and Janle Ross of Arlington and Gail Sims of Houston were vocalists. Following the reception the couple left on a wedding trip around Texas. Wool Pall The- fripnwisjon -to pull the wool ovi-r one's cyss" com«s from the (ime when g«iHl*Tn«i wore white wlgj, usually made of wool. 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