The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on May 27, 1957 · Page 5
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Lindveit Is !&)dr Of Jack Key detittt ring ceremony, " ----- _., first it eSttWn, Sev. Atttl left the. wuple fit tfMif th« daughter tows. •• Th* bride IS tills. tt tit. and Mr*, d. M. Llnd- Wlt of Lak« Jack»c*i, and the ' V« parpntt are Mr. and J, ft. Nay Bf. of ttunts* I. K, Row, at the or. ,n, provided tfi* traditional Idfflg fnutlc, and a««n. led Mrs. M. 0. Sitifeft so- iMii Is she uang "Because" m "the Lord's Prayer." Th« church was decorated , lot the event with tail baskets « gladioli, snapdrag)n* and < daWe», flanked by enndelabra holding white taper** • the bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a Iflwn fashioned with a walu- lenglh nylon tulle oversklrt *nd a bodice of rose-patterned nyloa sheer over taffeta. The tall* skirt was edged with an appltqUed border of the ro*e In the bodies, which larty with square and short sl*ev«. Bach weft 4 dais* hetddrtM f 6 match tftt go*n, «nd carried of matehing flowets. Frances Ann BrSnnen „. KtsntuHlit, a nlec« of the bride was fle%er girl, end her draft* w«s a miniature copy in pink chiffon of th* gowns warn, by the other bridal attendant*. She carried a basket of spring flbwtrs. fdward Writtnt of Jackson* vine served the groom as best! man, and groomsmen Robert tindvelt, the „„„«„ brother, and Billy Hamblen 61 Muntsville, & cousin ' ' groOm. Th* bride's «other for her daughter's wadding a blue dress, complemented by whits accessories, and Wort corsage ot orchids. was dressed white accei- , mother in beige, with . .. _____ ftorles, and also had a corsage of orchids. A reception was held tot the couple In Wtiley Hail ot the church Immediately fot. lowing the wedding. The refreshment table was Mother-Daughter Banquet Honors Four 6 A Queens ¥h« Women'* MusUffttfy §#• Mfcjrt th* first J|JJ]M Ww^n; of AniuetOv »Sjl6tn^~ Qttis ' Au»lllarf &W f Scepter, at a l»61»t- ef Banquet for ft* Alig*'*'' .' " • tettV ..__ tt thtt ye«*s #A H»— 'ire Barbara Harris, 8MS r «UM'ItUft, Patsy ThottBIT Id Myra Newberf?. MfJti-tfftttk CdtetttAfk ftjbdkt __ tile gr«uj» on the subjett, "Why | MB a OA Counselw", durlfig had • square neckline add short | decorated with white roses and sleeves. Her vail of nylon tulle, which also had the rose pattern applique, was held by a eap of lace and pearls, and ahe carried a white Bible overlaid by a corsaga of white roJes with cascading satin streamers and miniature Oarrett was and wore a Miss Joahn tnald of honor pink chiffon ov»r taffeta, with * pink daisy headdress, and carried a nosegay of matching pink flowers. Bridesmaids Were Miss Mary Helen Muckelroy, and a sister of the groom, Miss Mary Ann Nay of Huntsvlllf, They were (owned respectively In blue and yellow chlf'on over taffeta, the dresses fashioned slml- hald a three-tiered Wedding cake and the punrh service. Mrs. Robert Lindveit, MISS Sherry Alford, Mrs. J. I*. Brart- nen of Huntsville, and Miss Mary Frances Henderson of Bellalre assisted with serving and registering th* guests, Mrs. W. K. Sublet!, grand, mother of the groom, attended the event from Runtavllle, Following the reception, the couple left on a wedding trip from which they will return June I to Huntsville where the bride will resume her studies 'at the Sam Houston State Teachers College, she chose for her traveling costume a toast-colored suit with white accessories and a white rose corsage. tarried Wt tH« sad whrtt and gold Sole* _ df the organisation, With dolls fhade fr«» pips eteAnefg using magadne ittus- itfSUOll head* and crept paper isklfti, place OK th« White MV»«d banquet style tables. Af-> 'rangements of gold gladioli and tall green tapers completed . the table decorations. . A PtiBtiC WiTAl.LA'MOH it ifaa iBestnlntf officers et lit* ftratoteofl lUlnbaw dirls ww held fttarday nlflfat ta tk* freeperi Cemnraftiir Hoot*. 04 Ihe treat row. left t« right, u fnate* tarrtto, worthy advise*, aad Mar* Ur* Hsasaa, worth* associaie advisor. Back raw. In ih« Sim* «rd»M« Jeanne McKnlght, efcariit, lad Ubbr fa*, ley, IMP*. High School graduate, * mem- btr of the National Honor Society and is • sophomore it SB8TC. The groom has Just rtcelved his Bachelor of Science degree from SHSfC and will enter the service in September u ft second lieutenant in the Army, and will be stationed in Georgia. The wedding rehearsal wat bald in the church Saturday night followed by a rehearsal party at the home of the bride. The refreshment table, laid with an Italian linen cloth, was centered with an arrange Erisophian AwardQwen For Debate The bride is a Brazotport ment of whit* spring floweri. Speedy Cleaning Methock Demonstrated , House-claming methods tnat, Braxoria Home Demonstrattan Wo\jld save the time and Club Thursday morning, strength of the home maker Concentration of supplies tor ware discussed by Mrs. Marie Lthe weekly and monthly house Beaird at the meeting of the I cleaning, and aprons or carts to Angleton Site Of Area B&PW Meet An area meeting ot the Bus-* Iness - - - - - — All members of the six clubs keep the many items needed (or light cleaning in a convenient location were recommended A step saving method of making beds completed the de- monstreUon. The hostess, Mrs. Jim Hen- drlz, Mrs. C, J. Yancey Honored By Circle At a meeting of the Business "omeri's Circle of the Clute! 'ertiple Baptist Church, held seemly at the home of Mrs. J. W. Hynes, Mrs. C. J, Yahcey was especially honored and presented with a gift of a large picture. : Mrs. Yancey is retiring as a teacher, and moving to a ranch recently purchased by th* family near Annoaa, Te*as. Mrs. Helen Offenbacher, program chairman, addressed the group choosing as her topic "The Rcrfmsibitlty of Moth' er in the Home," The Short business ; session Linda Cerstenberger a ft d fjo«ser, and was followed by a Ann Plrtle, two graduating social hour with refreshments Brazoiport High School sen. served by the hostess,, Mrs. ion, were jointly awarded a $190 scholarship fund by the Erlsophian Society for placing Hynas. HAVE TORT MADISON, Itwa — first to an elimination debat- .tn— New prisoners at the State en's Clubs ot Angleton, Alvltt, Freeport, V«la»co. Lake Jackson, and Bmoria, will be held oa Thursday, May 80, at 7 p.m., at the Assembly. Room of the County Courthouse in Angleton. The affair will be a covered dish supper, ka "An and the program will be "An Armchair Tour of Europe", which will include colored films and the showing ot souvenirs by several Houston women. Quests to be present at the meeting include Mrs. Beth Scott, chairman ot the International relations committee of the Houston B&PW Club; Mrs. Lola Faye Bennett, Director of District 3; Miss Edith Hanner. Mrs. Robbie Robinson, ar Miss Bertha Bell StrickUa. tend this covered dish supper. Anna Paul Rogers Has State Off ice Miss' Anna Paul Rogers of Angleton and a julonr at Baylor University, haa been elected vice president of the Texas Association of German stu- and* AinsworthHome Is Meeting Place The Nu Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held Installation of offlcen for the year 1857-1058 at the home of Mrs. r. T. Ainsworth, Ml Magnolia, Lake Jackson. Officer* installed wws Mrs. r. T. Aaliuworth, prasWtnt; Mrs. W. M. Stevens, vice-pres- tdent; Mrs, L. W. Carmen, recording secretary and Mrs. C. W. Darr, corresponding secre- t*ry. 'host and hostess of the event After a short business meet-1 Around 33 friends of the fnL Mr*. T. R. Turner I»vej honom Attended, presanUng a book review of the book I her with many lovely gifts. dents. She received this office at the asosclatlon convention held recently In Houston, with Rice Institute and the University of Houston as host schools. Miss Rogers was also selected as one of the group from the Baylor Theatre which left Waco May 23 to make an all-expensc-pald trip to the Southern Baptist Convention in Chicago. Miss Rogers is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Rogers of Angleton. Mrs. Larry Gilliam Feted With Shower Mrs. Larry OUUao, a retort bride, was honored by friends Tuesday with a miscellaneous shower held at the Ship Ahoy on Surtslde Beach, with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Brookshire as "River Garden ot Pure pose," by Boynton. Refreshments were R*-| Refreshments of coke and served by Mrs. urisham. Logsdon and Mrs. cookies were served by the host and hostess. Coke Party Is Honor For JoAnivStratton Miss Jo Ann SUatton wan recently honored at an open nous* Coke party at the home; of her aunt, Mrs. H. W. Kara-, dortf. in freeport. ! The honoree, who is a member ot the Brasosport High SCOOP! graduating class, ww praaenied with a white orchid eorsMt. Tk* linen laid refreshment table was centered with an arrangmufit of purple mums. Vtth sUver stwameri, to MW out the clats colors of orchid During the afternoon. around |0 guests attended the affair, Mw. S. P, Stratton of Jonet Creek aarts»«4 the hostess. *i WMVIWAL C<M,yi«BlA CITY, ind. •A T^A wwli»ge4 starting spen k)i tw?4 *CJ«? tt a« jw'' Of Mr7a«4 Mn. Carl Kauf P. K. Twr Vole aad •oppatl A»- precla4«d • Aksady asntaf • Ne 6U(k froaa Prpodtory Aankst (ttw »MW ar § Qualified by c»aeruwe and Ediu«U«D. von ». throw-In demon- preventing food from boiling over. During the business meeting, IB club bylaws were read and ilacussed, end it was voted that nembera who have missed Wee consecutive meetings be laced on an Im-tlve member- hip list, rorr-%ly, mSnbers rtw> had mlase-1 three consecu- ve meetings had their names rapped from the roll. Plans were made for the club IS 1 "?* Jo meet at the Charles foffatt home for the first raft workshop of the summer 9 make lawn furniture. In the absence of Mrs. H. C. laysUp, dvil defense chairman, eporta on the plane spotting nd weather watching work di- ected by the Houston Air Filer center were read. Mrs. Henrix served a Mexican lunch- on at the noon hour. "ALL THINGS ARE CHANGED, AND WE CHANGE WITH THEM" -•(Author* Name Betow)- fa resent years thorr h*s bean » great ehango In the BtMtbe ef SMdldnt aad pharmacy, To k*e» Bate with this ehun we unamadsta an DO«tlaao«sly ttndybtf the ing and • aamUccJ jooroaK Aa eaen M » new drug la we net only stack It, tat hent all alien! Ita «•**«*, aottitB, proper penoiHnf, and preaam That Is why we are prepared (• i-onpennd any prescription, pt«e«rib*d bj any PhysKlan, M saattar how exactly M be spacl- tlaa, YOUK PHYSICIAN CAN PHONK Telephone 8-3381 WHEN YOU NEED A MKPICINK Pick up your prescription •( shopping naajr u>, or let ui i dtUver promptly witjjout extra ' charge. A treat many peopi->| entruM us with the respon- atbiHti of tuling thalr P"- acripticna. May vaicompound your»? Yelasco Rexall Pharmacy 888 QUU BLVD Traaawer . fiwlsaaji W Uie u««»nir»4 ter CQUJrtY r»4 term i ing tournament held Tuesday at the school. In the first round of debate, Billy English and Lionel Rowland as a team opposed Miss Oerstenberger and Miss Pirtle, and the girls won. The judges were Dr. J. B. Borkovec, Mrs. R. K. Trtich- ler, and Mrs. W. J. Rave. In the second round the Iris team, opposed by Fred fsher and Larry Seeley, was again acclaimed winner. Judges for the second and final round were Vrs. Duncan McLaren, T. C. Selman, aad Rev. R. L. Fackler. The membership of the Xria> ophian Society Is made up of students who excel In literary pursuits. Penitentiary are given classification tests which Include the question: "Have you ever felt urge dta commit a crlmet" Insure & Save With Braxosport'i Fastest Growing Agency GULF INSURANCE AGENCY n.s-tm $7.99 VALUES REDUCED TO $ 5" 2 j^y-yforon •HOBT 8UIVE SPORT SHIRTS ?HABWAOI8T3 LADIES' with yen DAYTIME COTTONS $199 Suitable All lot Heine * ttre«4 8iaaa * 1 ROBERTS W. OPKK SATURDAY OJw«« Ev«rythiatj • P»y A» You Wear POD C S IHURRY! REGISTER MOW! You May 16 One Of Our Lucky Wlnntri! FREE! DREAM VACATIONS FOR SO AT Ml AMI BEACH n n m m n a a i § 7 Glorious Day-f 6 «nc!unring night*! WinitaM Ffown Roud Trip Fin* CUst (Not Tourlif) n by Eiirarn Airlinat! Bi our *ue*t fria «n This Fabulous Vietriont ^4 * . JD —«*•• H m m a o a M • • a a S 6 More Days to Win! Now Thru June I 1 w ™"""" //'i $o Easy/ Here's All You Do/ R e g i j 1 1 r each time you shop in Weingarten's. There is nothing to buy or write. Tueiday, June 4, en KTRK-TV. Lame and froth from our own plant in HaHetttviBe t Tox« P n n m ft ft ft a a a « ft ft Weingnrten defies the single egg breaking theory. Throw away your old egg test cup now. Try this test. Break a dozen eggs into a bowl^ there is one. single bad egg in the dozen we will give you double your money hsck. Don't wait! Try thift test today. Eggs .... * C Made Grade A Eggs — 45c Shell White Grade AA Eggs-49c Hi-C Orange Drink "-23c Food Club Instant Dry Milk «'* 57c -Toity Candy Treats- D Irach's roil tummes treaf. 2*e value sJELLY NOUGATS ^ C D P 25c CANDY ROLLS 3JOc Sa Itaea) rab k a variety alfbvars 5IMONIZES- U. S. No. I Juice-Fitted and Oranges.. O, a KO. 1 flOKIOA *~* V| .*• f*W* * V «k*w«V«*7«* 'YELLOW CORN 5 Ear. 29c Frwli, o'/en itady, 3 its. and op •CHICKEN HENS 35 E Lockwood fre*. Iw^ and Meaty S Country Style BACK BONE u. 49c n Young, tender, c< '.Icioui £ VEAL TENDERIZED STEAKS u. 89c - A^'nouri sur BOLOGNA •gHEEsi iplVPIlT • D P D APPLE $IM$ Taity i

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