A “Bit” of Looking Back – Miss Vivian Powers and Billy M. Ingram to Exchange Vows (May, 1964)


Miss Vivian Powers and Billy M. Ingram to Exchange Vows

From The Malakoff News
Friday, May 22, 1964

Vivian Leigh Powers

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powers of 2428 Nall Street, Port Neches, Texas, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Vivian Leigh, to Billy Mac Ingram, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ingram of 106 Dewey,Malakoff,Texas.

Nuptials have been scheduled for July 4 in the Church of Christ in Port Neches, with Mr. Bill York, minister, officiating.  The rites will be recited at 4:30 p.m.

The bride-elect, graduate of Port Neches-Groves High School and Lamar State College of Technology, was named to Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities, is a member of Kappa Delta Sorority, Cap and Gown, Student Education Association, Cardinal Theatre, and a member of Pi Kappa Delta.  Miss Powers, a teacher in Garland High School, is first vice president of the Classroom Teachers Association of Garland.  While living in Port Neches, Miss Powers served as Grand Worthy Advisor of the Grand Assembly of Texas, Order of the Rainbow for Girls.

The bridegroom-to-be is a graduate of Malakoff High School, attended Henderson County Junior College in Athens, Texas, and is presently a senior biology education major at East Texas State College at Commerce, Texas.  His affiliations include the Circle K at Henderson County Junior College; Sigma Chi Fraternity, and the Student Education Association at East Texas State College, Commerce, Texas.

Vivian is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Powers of Malakoff and the niece of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barnett of this city.

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2 thoughts on “A “Bit” of Looking Back – Miss Vivian Powers and Billy M. Ingram to Exchange Vows (May, 1964)

  1. My beautiful sister. VIVIEN, not VIVIAN. She was named for Vivien Leigh after the actress, Vivien Leigh, of Gone with the Wind fame.Vivien was the most beautiful person I ever knew, inside and out. This announcement of her upcoming marriage to the only person I ever trusted enough to date her….Billy Mack and I became very good friends and I introduced him to my sister and this wedding was one of the happiest times of our lives. The Powers home at 2428 Nall Street in Pt Neches was completely filled with people for the weekend. There were so many people there that one Mother’s dear friends, Mrs Minyard allowed us to use her house. A short way across the Louisiana border was the famous “Big Oaks” night club, which some of the members of the wedding party attended the night before the wedding. I won’t say why the best man slept in the bathtub (no I was groomsman). If you go to my website you can read about just a few of the many activities that Vivien was in before she and Billy Mac died in the fatal car wreck. Thank God my Mother survived the crash and lived another 28 years. Thanks for posting this Britt and thank you God for giving us two very special people, taken home way too early.Go to this link for more information about Viv.
    http://blakehart.com/OurVIP.htm

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