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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, March 1, 1964
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THI FACTS Mwtn I, I»M FeoffHerhoffs recite vows in /Vfefhodist Church rifes JWOY MtmDYH ap- marriage to or. Hatty Thomaa YttNM Jr. It UBOoMtd by her parent*, Mr. and MM. I. C. M«JMJ» ofShamroek. The tTooM*«l*et la the KM of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. YOU*M 01 LaU) JMktea. An April wsddjBf U planed at 8k John the Dlvtn* Kptsoopal Charon In Houston. MlM Moody reoetred her BA dogreo from thetravtwltr of Oklahoma. Mr flaam graduated from the Unlver- elty of Texas Medtoal aehool aad la eumetly interning at Herman Hospital in Houston. BP Ponhel/enic to meet Monday Mm. C. J. Davenport, who has mostly r*taro*d to Lak* jtckson after spending «Hno Urns In India, will present the program for the evening meeting on Monday of tee Brasosport pantheUtnle As. rotation. The mooting will begin at • p.m. in the Lake Jecksoo. home of MM.FredN.Teumae, IMSage. Mro. Davenport will give • talk, ihow slides and om- ( vwlra of their stay in India. Thlo Is guest night for the AseoolaUoo and members are reminded that they may invite visitors. POTATO YIELD Count en three medium sweet potatoes yielding, after cooking end peeling, about two oups diced. rmroirr-n* mtrrut* 6f ttff. tuft #*% J* W* fNM** ^^g*b*tJHE *W a-.ii**. —^ gfTnsMaiaiiinal VII1UII ef Fit DOB* wl I* I iW|IU¥»t wt* goteBtiMairU rrtdi? »*»n- tot* yninni*! 1 Mi A! «*v OT** tor creek Method!** Church. Mrs. r«aih»rhaff I* the former Mrs. Mary Chart** Coter. Th* RM. Alvi* M, Coleman officiated at th* doubt* ring oeremony, btfor* an altar oMffffaUikd win til MM! II of White gladioli, stock *ndchry- •ljlistH»Mlftyill«ft WNIIWO tWM Of Mvm.braMh candelabra. Mrs. j. w. Royally Jr. pro- vMsd traditional wadding mu- sto at the organ and aecom- panted tas soloist, James A. Bebortson. as be sang "B*- catis*" and "Always". TD*brtd*wsaglv*n in mar- Hag* by nsr brother, Howard Hagood. Che was attired la a pale pink (hr**H»t*« atr**t length «n**mbl*, with matching twaddm* and stimr*. She c*m*d a catead* bon- «nrt of pteptrnint «amatten* e*M*r*d wllh an ortMd lift- Her mty adornment wa» a •Ing!* strand of peart*, a gin of th* groom, Attendants wer* MU*3a*an Lynn Cokor, daughter of ih* brtd*. and Mr*. Ustte J. B*ck. They wot* betg* *n- S*mbl*s and n*sdtr*s**a similar to in* nrtde, and car- eamauon*. J. T. Brawnarof Lak*Jackson s*rv*d as test man. Groomsmen, who lighted th* candlea and s*sted th*gu*sta, were Chart** E. La***terand Thomas E. Lasaeter, both of Houston, nephew* of In* MR. A«0 MRS. J. W. FKATHERHOFF JR Couple wad to oyster Ciwelc church ceremony MM. Howard Mused **•!•• lewd U* gwttt** A rw*pHon we* held *t lh» etaareh latwedtttett following the cefwinony* The MrMtt t«M» wa* cor. er*d wHh • white floor length •rite cloth. e»nt«*d with * stiver trty an which the brM* *jMheratt«io*atSp1*c*dth«ir bottCjUetS* This was fknked wlthery*. itl esndvtibrs* Th* ttittt-thnrtd wedding cake decanted on* end of the tabl*. where Mm. Jack ti. Moon mrvtd the guests. MM. w. L. Johnston prMkl- •4 it (he crystal punch bowl placed at the other «nd of th* libl*. The groom's l»bl*, laid with • red cloth, held- Ih* eoffw service and th* traditional MM ire*. Mrs. Hagood presided at IMS table, r. Alter * wadding trip lo New OrtoaM the couple ire it home at BOM North Avenue H in preepori. Seventeen person*, mem- ben of the wedding party and tpeelal guests, attended the rehearsal dinner given Thursday evening, February a, at the Pickwick. Prior tolwrmarrlai*, Mrs. Featherhoff waa complimented with two ibowera. On* was given at the home of Mr*. George L. Rush. Host. toe* were Mmes. J. W. Royalty Jr.. 4. H. MeAda. Owen McDougal. J. A. Abshler.Nell irwln, E. W. Seely, S. A. Met- eaU and a L. Rush. Another was given at the home of Mrs. Leslie J. Beck by Mrs. Jack Jl., Moore and Mrs. Beck. C/ufe HP Club CLWTE-"K**plng Young by the Way you Work" will be the program for the Monday meeting of the Clute Home Demonstration Club. Mrs. J. C. Earle wilt present the program. The meeting will begin at 8 a.m. In the Presbyterian church building. Losfracco-Howrey vows said in church rifes Friday th* terwl* tt J*™** tiwtr«*e<> in a candMltgM **fvtt* at AuwmMr of O<rt ChwrCh. Th* R*V. Edward Mlll« k«t In* coupl* in th»lf *•*!» rint vav* a* lh*y »»<x>d l»n»ilh a *Mt* arehvay n«nto<1 tn ttandtng ba*k*t* »f ftti<r*r* and f*m*. A pair "* candelabra, *n- tvin*d with «r**»jaty, **»h held **VMI tapers. Alic* Mill* provtdvd Ih* wedding **t*ctl««* and >l*n •tug "w**«*g Prayer" »n«i •Ilk MM, wM«* nal >ntl il»v*», and btack pateol »»••»» >ni h»i. Th* nw4n*r ol it* tr-^nr. a Wu» »Hk (»r»««. naMoiu. Halt fnll»*tnt Uw y, In* tabht ••• covered with a whH* la«* rMh and * intend wttnih* K-i»m»t« >*? Ih* brht* i I %•? ItslfVQ V^ajnxtV^t <H •* Vft * toppKl with In* tr«(1tl(«<: brM* and groom aSslSMMh*** **rnKl ftwn»er»ntal**r»lc« M*mn*r* of Ih* htxa**r«rlt •Hftinftim vtfft UW t*^*S#plto*s **r* Mr*. c>iw*rdMUi*,Mrt. vm1*r*>« tad Mr*. TMUT I <•«• Ir »«*«•. ror * wvdriiag trip to <*u- ln^ni , Ih* brM* CSMtM lMi< *tlh hrnwK M**nJ aha** aM b*C, twig* it****, Mri Ih* .iTf hhl coraag* lifted tl um N»r entering on th* arm of her f, rrank My*r*. thvbrtd* a floor l*»g<h »n*ii .<( whit* p*au d* M-i*. fashioned with a «wwth*art**<ktlneaftit brac*l*t length sl**v**. L»r, mutlta an) p#>rU *Mr< fr>>n« MR. AND MRS. JAMtt LOSTPACCO Riett* double ring vows In Clttte church -Phnto by Rod Lewis Brozoria Rebelcafis honor Disf. depufy presidenf BRAZOR1A - Bertha Voll- baum, district deputy president of District 65, was honored by th* Braaorla Rebekah Lodge with a banquet at RlveMlde Country club recently. A George Washington birthday theme was carried out in decorations, with a large cherry tree serving as a centerpiece for the table. Favor* were small hatcheta mad* by Emily Vollbaum chairman of the decorations. The program, presented by Brasorla Rebekahs, included the members forming a large V, and each member held a sliver star which represented some special event that had happened during Mre. Voll- baum's term as district deputy president. The Invocation was by Billy Mohter of Freeport; Ih* address of welcome by Ruth Jones of BraaorUj and response by Lucy Jones of Day City. Kalhryn RobiMon of Hra- aorla mad* Ih* inlmduciion*. and Jack Barber o( Angtelo Ingoing grand master of Tex as, gav* the b*n*dlctlon. A gift was presented to Mr*. Vollbaum from each lodge in th* district. A buff*! dinner of roast b**t, gravy, snowf lak*. pert a to**, gr**n ptas, lontu salad, hot rolls and berry cobbler wa* **rvcd ti) th* 78 member* and nU*gu**t* and chap*l teogth train. H*r mil of altk illusion cascaded to flntartlp Kngth from * crown of pearl*. Sh* wor* a sliver cross, a gift from the groom. Her bouquet wa * faahlomKi of white carnation* and •tophaatol* centered with an orchid eoraat*. Edna Mtttlow* wa* Ih* nuld of honor. Bridesmaids **r* Dona Porter and Paula M ad- don. Th*y w*r* gowned allk* in pastel pink t*e*, tealuring matching lac* J*«k*t* with ihr*« <iuart*r length *t*e«**. Th*y won pink p*tti hat* and carried pink carnation*. joyc*lyn Lostneco wa* th* flower girl and Tal Lostraeeo was th* ring b**r*r. Llltl* Mis* Loslracco WM* * pink dr**s and s headband of pink flower*. Danny Cook waa In* bridegroom'* best man. Groomsman were Billy Mcolaua and Tony Lortraeco. Johnny Howrey and Rayland Wagnon lighted Ih* candlM andal»o**rv*d as ushers, assisted by Jack My*r*. The brld*'* mother cho** for the occasion a blu* raw im i»mrn, Mr. awt Mr*. l«atr»«eo "ill mak* lfc*ir tvirn* m AngMo*. TI» i<riiV. a gradual* •>* llr*i>iit«tt High ttnml, il- Ivndnl .S.HH>iH»t»|ll A***m- ld> «( (xxl Cotteg* alki Al- c«iloc». Th* gTtfow tm MUti MM At*tn *tl In llw nrasori* rWp«rti«*M PEANUT BRITTLE When lhM*'« p**n«« ttlltl* in lh» KWUM. ci«*h *n«u*h k> mate < halt >-up and fold II into a cup >i| »hipp»J »***% S*r»* ««w n»iih whii* «• y*lt»* «a»t thai it Mill waim flout ih* exit, at o»« »»<»» ol toons* <n MISS JKAMNE •ngag*m*nt and approaching marrlag* to Kr*>i Kl*ch*r ar* an»uun«»d by h*r parents, Mr. and Mr*. Tom g*rua of San Marco*. Th* pro»p*«tlT* groxm la Ih* son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest F. nseiwr sr. ol L*k* Jackson. Th* wedding is planned for April 4 in St. Joint's Catholic church in San Marco*. Mi*»s*run is employed by a law firm in Austin andatt*nd*dsw- TSTC. Th* gr«wm.*l«et reeetwd his HA degjr** from Oustavus Adolphua Coltfg* and his maM»r'« from ih* University ol Texas. 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