Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on August 13, 1958 · Page 6
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Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas · Page 6

Brownwood, Texas
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Wednesday, August 13, 1958
Page 6
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Petty Family Reunion Held Last Weekend In Cross Plains Descendants of John R. and W. H. Petty, early settlers of Brown County, near May, held their family reunion at Cross Plains Saturday and Sunday. A picnic supper was held on the lawn of the A. D. Petty home. Sandwiches, cookies, tea and ice cream were served to approximately 40 guests. Sunday was spent in visiting and renewing old acquaintances at the Cross Plains Park. Some 100 persons were present for the affair with many families having representatives of four generations. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Petty, Cindy Mikel, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Petty and children, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Petty, Mr. and Mrs .Hubert Belew and children, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Coppinger, all of Cross Plains. Also, Mrs. Bertie Lee Turk, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stephens and children, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel / Petty, Mr. and Mrs. Bruton Petty, Mrs. Estelle Lester, Mr. and Mrs. Burnis Petty, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Petty, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Petty Sr., Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Petty Jr., Miriam SS Class Has 42 Party At Millican Home The Miriam Sunday School Class of Coggin Avenue Baptist Church met Friday evening for a progressive "42" party on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Milli- cans' home, 1813 Fourth St. Group 4 was hostess. After the games, sandwiches, punch and assorted cake squares were served buffet style from a table centered by an arrangement of zinnias. Those attending were Messrs. and Mmes. Horace Cox, Eddie Knutson, D. F. McDonald, Byron Davis, Z. Q. Martin, Ronald Gray, James Embrey, Fred Paul, C B. Chastain, Gene Porter, Benton Cain, Weldon Mahon, Dr. and Mrs, H. H. Hargrove, and Mrs. W. T Rampy, Jimmie Ellis, Ernest Cadenhead and the Millicans. The group was dismissed with a prayer by the class teacher, Mrs. Cadenhead. Mr. and Mrs. James Petty and daughter, D. B. Lester and Cindy, Homer Petty, Miss Opal Petty, Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Petty, Lan- tom Petty, Mrs. Faye Johnson, all of Big Spring. And Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Wade and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Bray, Mr. and Mrs. Crockett Pety, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Laurent, 11 of Fort Worth; Dr. C. W. .aurent of Hugo, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Petty, and Mr. and VTrs. Arthur Grayum of Paducah; vlrs. A. L. Petty and Mr. and VIrs. J. T. Evans of Bangs; Mr. nd Mrs. Tommy Roundtree of Sweetwater. Also Russell Petty of Nolan; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Petty and on, Mrs. Tulia Maxfield and Kay, all of Dallas, Mrs. Lily Lawon of Oakland, Calif.; Miss Bar- )ara Lawson of Concora, Calif.; Miss Nancy Martin of Walsen- )urg, Colo.; Charles and Janice Chandler of Albuquerque, N. M,; VIr. and Mrs. J. B. Smith of Ddessa; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thompson of Brownwood; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bray and son of Austin. Also, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Petty, Gorman Petty, Will Miller, Janice Hickman, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall ampbell and Nicky, Mrs. Norma rawford and Charles, all of Way and Leroy Hare of Fort Worth. Next year's reunion will be held in Big Spring. Appreciation was expressed to the hosts, Mr.' and Mrs. A. D. Petty, who are', president and secretary of the reunion. BIRTHDAY PARTY Vicky Cheryl Vogel was honor ed with a party on her seconc birthday at Coggin Park. At tending the party were Bobby Gene Wall, Garland Neal Jr. Starlet McMullin, Mrs. D. M Hampton, Mrs. Garland Neal Mrs. Bob Wall and grandmother Mrs. Bertha Newcomb. FINEST IN BROWNWOOD HARPER'S DELICIOUS Bar-B-i HARPER'S FOOD STORE 817 Melwood Wedding Vows Read in Arizona For Miss Taylor, Roger Worsley BROWNWOOD BULLETIN Wednesday, Aug. 13, 1958—7 Miss Glenda Jane Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Taylor of Mesa, Ariz., formerly of Brownwood, became the bride of Roger Lewis Worsley Thursday evening, Aug. 7, in the Mesa First Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Worsley of Midland, Mich., are parents of the bridegroom. Rev. R. E. Barnes conducted the double ring ceremony in the church decorated with gladioli, fern and tapers. candelabra with tall Dinner Party Honors Catherine Nelson And Jimmie Evans A dinner party honoring Miss Catherine Nelson and Jimmie Evans was held Sunday evening in the Bfue Room of Hotel Brownwood by Mr. and Mrs. Clay P. Carey. The honored couple are to exchange wedding vows Aug. 23 in Central Methodist Church. The table decorations featured a miniature bride placed before a copper tree. Extending from the base of the "lucky penny tree" were river ferns and streamers of brown, bronze and gold, the honoree's chosen colors. Miniature bridesmaids dressed in the chosen colors and small candle sticks with lighted tapers completed the arrangement. Place cards were of ribbons, sprigs of fresh flowers and miniature candles, which were lighted for the first course. Twenty-one guests were present for the party. The Hartford (Conn.) Courant dating back to 1764, is the nation's oldest continuously pub lished daily newspaper. Your Vote. & Influence Appreciated WALTER E. (Gilly) GILMORE for JUSTICE OF THE PEACE MRS. MORRIS E. STRAUGHAN Miss Judy Ann Ford and Morris Straughan Are Wed Mrs. M. D. Shirley, soloist, of Brownwood presented two selections, "Wedding Prayer" and "Walk Hand in Hand." She was accompanied by Mrs. R. E. Barnes. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of silk bombazine, fashioned with an Alencon lace bodice, with a portrait neckline and brief sleeves. Tiny bows and a back bustle accented the bouffant, gored skirt that flowed to a chapel train. A matching lace hat studded with seed pearls held ,her fingertip veil of pure silk illusion. She carried a bouquet of white asters and carnations with stephanotis. Miss Barbara Barr was maid of honor. She wore a princess style dress of green polished cotton with a matching picture hat. Mrs. Dale Fant, cousin of the bride, served as matron of honor. She was attired in a pink polished cotton dress with matching hat. Misses Shlrlee Shirley of Brownwood and Lynn Taylor, cousins of the bride, and Joyce Click were bridesmaids. They were attired in pastel colored dresses identical to the maid of honor's. All feminine attendants carried baskets of white carnations with streamers, matching the color of their dress. Candlelighters were Herbert Shipp and Allen Taylor, cousins of the bride. Ronald Erhardt served as best man. Benny Anderson, Ed Mitchell, John Hangartner and Tommy Taylor, the bride's brother, were ushers. Mother of the bride wore a pastel rose colored, lace sheath dress and an orchid corsage. Immediately following tho ceremony, a reception was held in the church recreation The hall was decorated hall, with baskets of white and pink gladioli, and the wedding cake of white and pink was topped with wedding bells. Misses Kay and Sue Sanderson of Phoenix were in charge of the register. Reception were Miss Rebecca assistants McEntire, Mrs. George Watsqn, Miss Carole Mahan and Mrs. Glen Sebring. For a wedding trip to Midland, Mich., Chicago and St. Louis, the bride chose a beige silk chemise with beige and orange accessor ies. Mrs. Worsley is a graduate of Arizona State College at Tempo, where she was a member of Gamma Phi Beta. She attended her freshman year at Howard Payne College. Worsley is a student at Arizona State College where he is a member of the football squad, ing in secondary education. Miss Judy Ann Ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion A. Ford of Trickham, was married to Mprris E. Straughan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Straughan of Rockwood, Tuesday evening, Aug 12, at 7 o'clock in the Trickham Methodist Church. Rev. Charles Miller, pastor of the church, read the ceremony before the altar centered by an arch of greenery and ribbons and flanked by baskets of mixed pink and white flowers. A background of palms and candles completed the decorations. Mrs. Daniel Gilbert, pianist, presented traditional wedding music. She accompanied the soloists, Misses Neva and Bobbie Rehm, who sang "Oh, Promise Me," and Miss Ann Stewardson, who presented "Always" and "Wedding Prayer." The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a waltz-length gown of white Chantilly lace over taffeta and net. The fitted bodice featured a bateau neckline and short sleeves, and extended to a point at the waistline, emphasizing a very bouffant lace skirt. She wore matching elbow length gauntlets and carried a white Bible topped by a gardenia. Her waist-length veil of tulle fell from a queen's crown of lace, seed pearls and sequins. • Mrs. James Lancaster of Bangs, ,sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She was at- tired in a street-length dress of rose cotton satin designed with a scooped neckline and very full skirt. She wore a white lace hat and matching mitts, and carried a cascade bouquet of pink flowers. Bridesmaids were Mrs. R. A. Thompson and Miss Jean Smith. They were dressed identically to the matron of honor except in dresses of light pink. Misses Marilyn Ford and Bettie Straughan, sisters of the bride and groom respectively, were candlelighters, and flower girls were Misses Sabrlna and Sherrie Mclver. They wore matching pink cotton satin dresses with rose cummerbunds, black patent shoes, pink hats and mitts and wrist corsages. James Steward of Rockwood served as best man, and groomsmen were Jerry Johnson of Rockwood and Bruce Griffith of Fort Stockton. Doyne Mclver of Trickham/ and Garland McSwaine of Rockwopd ushered. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Ford wore a pink tweed dress with white accessories. Mrs. Straughan, mother of the groom, chose a blue silk dress with white accessories. They both wore corsages of white carnations. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the annex of the church. The bride's table, laid with a white lace cloth over pink, was centered by the bridesmaids' bouquets and pink candles. Miss Wanda Stephens presided at the register. Miss Patricia Bagley, cousin of the bride, served the pink and white cake, and Miss Vita Rehm ladled punch. For a wedding trip to Buchannan Dam and Longhorn Cavern, the bride wore a navy suit with white accessories and a white corsage. Upon return they will live in Coleman until school starts at A&M this fall. The bride is a graduate of Santa Anna High School as is her husband, who also attended Tarleton State College. MRS. ROGER L. WORSLEY I be at home at 1125 McAllister Phi Epsllon Kappa and is major- After the trip the couple will|Ave,, in Tempe. HE LOVES MISS WISCONSIN! Your dealer it offering 5e off this week on each 8 or. package of "Miss Wisconsin" Medium Aged Cheese. DRAPED Millinery Salon RICHLY VELVET very much in the shape of fashion 00 This tall cloche and pert pillbox are but two from our special velvet group, deftly draped to add even more opulent allure to their plushy softness. Luxurious as only velvet can be, they're as exciting to the eye as they are to the touch . . . come come see. Black and glowing colors. GOC3P VOR IT'S TOO BRIGHT FOR WATCHING TELEVISION! BUT HOW C'N I FINISH PEADIN' THIS STORY? WHAT A B-BEEAK! HE'S LEAVING! F-BUSS! PLEASE T-TURN OFF THAT LIGHT! AKE THE BOOK MY STARS, WHAT- \ LIKE I TOLP YOU. EVER MADE VOU/OOOLA, I THOUGHT TELL ALLEY I / IT WAS TH' THING WAS HUSBAND- H TO DO HUNTING? ...BUT I DIPN'T SAY HE WAS / WELL, AT SAY.' WHAT AM ...HECK NO. 1 IT COULD BE ANY ONE OF A BEROFGUYS! TH 1 MAN VOU LEAST I'VE HAD M3UR, / GOT SOME- EYE ON! rl THING TO BE JHANKFUL FOR PHscilla says wild animals Are nice as they X can be... And if I try to like them all Then they wdl all like me. But still I don't feel Quite at ease Because I have s a hunch... That they would like •. me vei-y much_ Especially for lunch! I IF ANYBODY S4W ME IN 1 THIS-GREAT CHARLEY/ V HERE COMES MORTY// j/1 WHAT'LLIDO? ' IS OH-EXCUSE ME, MRS. DUDLEY--1 DIDNTKNOWVOU HAD COMPANY THERE WAS SOMETHING VERY FAMILIAR ABOUT THAT LADY--I THINK IT<5 THE MUSTACHE IT HAIN'T TWITCHED, IN A COUPLE O' HOURS!! - MIGHTS WELL.TAKE ITS SHOES, NOW "}£> m« bjf NCA t.rvk., In.. T.M. H.|. U.S. Tn. Oft 1 ^ 50KRy,AeMHA.Y LET'&GET UBI oA WE WEKE J " S T IOUTOF HERE HELP! \ LOOKW6 P0(2. k E^Vi 5 NO WU P0WT/ YOU T COME ONi 6WOOPIN6 PIGS'. VPU'LU\ TINM WE'LL WAIT FOR THE POLICED GET OUT THRU THIS DP0K! JUNE - JUNE X OW/ AND MY ^ ^T * I A r% /*\i I T" /™\r-- i T-/ 1 f^/>^Vi i ^- > 1 "V "f. Ir- Bur, C'MON--- PRY AND DRIVING THIS JUME ! VAL.' YCXJRE AMD WE'RE SNAP oor OF IT; J FOOTisMT YOURSELVES OUT FA PR. J055!/ YOUR WOUUDEP THERE AND RELAX BACK FROMYOUP WEEK- EMP TRIP/ •\GASPEDAL.' BUTUEK! /K? MOMF WAS A REAL WITi-l A SODA IN THE STEER SOETA HARP/

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