The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 3, 1957 · Page 8
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 8

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, June 3, 1957
Page 8
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SeuIplMfed bodice of c' " late embroidered With of pearly Lon* lace Defeated With pearl '* vStt^ot pearl ffftd lice Wt&. j bowauet ttf whne elte rssss! with *-hite Valvet leaves «ttd<l stephano'is. ' > Serving as MlSs fteed'* hon- tielt ffanaley of tYeeport, MisS xiandiej^ word a £bwn 61 oltte nylon Organdy ever darker blue taffeta with a full waltz* length skirt and a fitted bodite. A Butterfly bustle et taffeta graced the back ot the skirt, and the costume was completed with a headdress of taffeta and pearls. She carried a small bouquet "Ot... white mageslie ISftn* <sfsmu AOSwBcti «• • (Samffif: atee t-1 sShldr at A&M, OutioMswn gtieSl* d ing the Weddtttff Wtrfe Mi J. ftlfite, ^«; Miss t PartrWss 8nd PatSy*8nd ice; Mlsi MauHne Burns, Dal. las; Mr. antf.Mi-8. 3. f. Burns, p J^lbbM Hi *tVl.«»«l,<. t . .' Mf. i And child J. Kuhnle i and > tctds^, j—jji—t4b •f SOW *nfc Fim: ttdit-t tat , Nfl to, Wt- % U t»: n, '*»£ vsniiik « aines-j bl, AafttB rtley. ink, Psufl tef. A1S dred 1. aBetir tittn L# ,< :* m ffi f«Sfti a* c/SvK -s,. ItoiniB £,ft* f «aolf *ffl fee flttl m-t f UB InJ'ISirt^ JHW * SWrttW --«.« fti« tite tiwffl uwtfiiiidjv*— j **& ***• lef.i teti' TS M,ffl*y i-;in .fflhttg that If * *fl«i t«* Members of Angleton Lions Club drew for the name of the person who will attend the Lions International Convention !n San Francisco, and Fred was The convention will be held on June 26-29.- d»isles/ia a' basekt effect. Dressed identically to the tftald cf hdttbr Were the bfldes- •Aaidi, *S«tty Rrause, Luclc Ann Gsston and Dawn Ward, all of freetiort Sen ing a? A District Convention Jwas if lower fcirl tva* Janice ?art held at the Shamr6ck^HUtbn Hotel in Houston, May 26-28, which several Angleton Lions attended. Ralph, local businessman, the lucky winner. Ralph will attend with his expenses paid by the local club. Other Weal Lions metnbers the Netherlands fot more than \ %ho plan to attend are Bob 1300 years before it became 1 1n* | Koonc» and Treddie Grubb. i dependent in 1949. ridge of Dallas. Truetf Telbert, brother of the groom, served as best man, with Bobby Silkman, Kenneth Indonesia wasT^srssion of ! 2±±^!r?»Sli'SS 1 JS and nd Tommy Pi The mother the bride SLACKS Vtltts W $10.99 ear Wash te Wear Tilm .Pocketing SAVE o.v CLEANINO and new fashlen-wlsr Pinpoint A SSaMt nin Effect Hollywoait MMets • .Ul most desired Summer- Shades. * 100% Duron - Orion Sites IS t« « ROBERTS !07 W, *nd St. Frwport OPKN SATURDAY EVENING wore a dress of apricot lace with a matching hat and a blue orchid. The groom's mother wore a mauve crepe with navy accessories and a blue orchid. The reception was held Immediately following the wed. ding in the church parlor, [which wa* decorated with daisy cones and green frosted grapes, and tiered cake, the traditional House party for the recep- By Deredl!%litk «few offte&Ct Circle 6( the of Christian IW Dorcas s Society el of th« First Mefhodtst CnUftll Of AH gleton, were eleite^ ai the Ust May 21, , Tuesday, Chairman for the new season which will begin tit Sentem ber, be Miss Edith Kastl. Mrs. Lee Murray was selected as vice chairman; Miss, Mary Christian, secretary; Mrs. W. E. McWaters, treasurer; Mrs. Dorothy Woodsldc, Study leader; Mrs. Luther Patterson, soirit- uat life chairman; Mrs. fi. B. Hargis. nower cWairtnftn; Mrs. John Cherry-and Mrs. M. & Alters, telephone Committee co-* chairmen; and Mrs, A. L. Mam' mond, reporter. The meeting, which was held at the home of Mr*, W. E. McWaters, was-* covered dish luncheon. The first meeting o the new. seasonjs stated to b at the hfime ot Mrs. W. S. Mi lington. I lion Included Misses Gail Reason oner, Sara Suckalew, Nedra Pattettcn. Jean McKnight, Mary Slayton, and Martha freeman. . ' The bride was wearing : a seafoam green silk dressmaker suit with black accessories when she «mi her husband left for their Wedding trio to Oal- v'eston. following their'honey- moon, the couple wUf Wake their home in College Station, where the groom Is a student at 'Texas A&M. •The bride, a graduate of Brazosport High School, attended Stephen F. Austin College In Nacogdoches where she Jones Greek 44 Members Chosen Four members of the Jone Creek 4-H Club roundup wer named to represent Brazor County at the 4-H Club Roum up, at Texas. A&M Colleg June 11, 12, and 13. Mrs. M. M. Arlington, Jon Creek 4-H Cltb leader, wtt accompany th« girls, as will th County Gold, Star Girl, Satt Kahla. of .Sweeny. Chosen t go were Patricia Carlton, Dar lene Ewlng, LoUlse Galazntl and Patsy Miller, who wi serve as the rhrub identlfica lion team for Brazorla County In other action at a meetia ftf th*•.•Afcfttla? County Girt 4-H Council, July 29 was so as the .date for the 4-H Clu Dress Review,' aim annual un detfakln*. The first adhesive postag stamps were five and 10 een issues of Benjamin Franklin and George Washington. MU» atENNA FABBW «»»«9«m«nJ tn4 ri««« is M*KUi« Ltnd«n»»n b »aneuac*d br M Mr, M« Mn. (b «. fwris of Lato JMkw* The lo bt b*U all pjn. i u ih* |«kf Jwksaa Pt/Mi* •{ DM «i»»m M* Mr, of !•»!( ib* I mtf < F«ft»|« eMug CbrW, w*<t*ttMM| Iroq ••v*; •- •$ * (< rtltik W^ ^ tg^^ (i r% 4 ^V/A sect'^ fomulft gives Kyog» Saltinfes a tantalizing taste! Flaky t$n, temptingly salted, crisp-fresh— they feaily M* finer by far! Try a package right away! (t /in KROGER SALTINES •' T «... w 4 % 4-, '• \ '." ^.i, t, *• , , / .^ Ai. .. -L . J '. - _ ~ * "i. -*• v -1-~ 4 ;-*^, Yoa Hart Never if ad Crackera So Goodi / 4 IHDIVIDUALLY WftAmO PACKS W A 1-MUW mm AND BETTER CRACKEtS AT HEWtt'S LOW PMCE . ,, t f . ' (V, NORTHERN SOFT, WHtTE Facial Tissues SARA LEE FROZEN ALL BUTTER AND PECAN Coffee Cake •a.- - Che«ie and Cracktn? KUAFT AMimdAM;; Cheddar Cheese Ptr U. 49* LIVE BETTER FOR l£S$l Ho«« .frown Crisp 6r«M Peppen ..... X, 15c Own-Fro* LefflM Pound .Crte ........ M 37 c Swift Acorn Bnnd Smoked Siusigo ..... £ 29c HICKORY SMQKID, SMALL SUBS FROM CHOICE NGS Slab Bacon 1 ,

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