The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 6, 1957 · Page 6
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'. < $ r f x-T Bai-Barl J« Grlei and Arthur von Rosenberg married ift a candlelight fiy in lift Coluiftfcla jist Church June i, the l*ottafd of Port LSVtea t the double <*MSg ,lSe Wide is the niece of Mf. „ trM Mrs. fidWin C. Dries, aftd M Jftfc ahd Mrs. Arthur vott Rds. - A fenoefg of Caneroft are the pfreTrts of the grew*. Ah improvised Altar was iff the church with aft I Sfehway of greenery dotted with Whi(6 carnati6rts. It was ; {tanked *ith bankj of green' ery, cafnSHdhs arid sfotk. with tapered candelabra' providing! the lighting. The traditional wedding music wa< provided by Mrs. Homer DickersoYi at the organ, who also accompanied Miss Ahft Donaghey Of West Columbia and Austin as she sing "t *6«l Columbia, attd Miss |ftylil's JdftrtSBri of fflqjfW take. WWi. afta Fairye Affl i nU Of ?6ft Uva'ta w"Be Bridesmaids, Wetting g>ieh. the atteridfcntt i SSejays of cath#fto1Ks. fcSfen Greeri 04 SdcMalt \va> the ftower girt, irt White, attd Ratytt the ring beater. d Hiftze 6f • .Whartoh as b*st man^to-' «**• Lov* Thee" Love." and "0 Perfiet the bride, given 1ft marriage by her uncle, wa* attired In a bouffant gown of imopHed silk Organdy embroidered in * butterflv design ovef rich <stlk satin. The fitted bodice featured elongated French Sleeves and a bateau neckline clb«ed With petit self buttons thai ftowed to a waist back, enhanced by a ruffle oe<ilurn ln!o a full three-tiered train Of silk organdy. ' Her fingertip veil of silk il- smed groom, with . ._...... aid Hudson Of CafflWort, man dffleia of ttHaSM t t. Drake oi fiig Springs, ahd den satte bf caM&on. Whers Included Ray, fv., kl of i»«t fierfisrd, May Staf^ lachuer of Houston, Roscoe of Port Lavaca, Ed- f, die tanford af Cameron. a«d k For Netardus of El Cartipo. t h e wedding i !te.«. Mis. dries wore in design of cOnen blue silk br- randy featuring e"lbow-Iength •leevcs snd a baik late yoke eftcrUSted Avlth rhinestone* attd pearls, the grodtn's mother chose a drew of navv blue lace, complcmentSd with whfte acf-e?sc.ries, and a Corsage fashioned of unite orchids. A reception was held diatelv following the mony in the GneS home, 'tvith Miss Joan Romero of Brazdria registering, the guests. the bride's table, centered with her bridal bouquet co\ered with a white net ruf- lusion wiii held bv » matehK«j{,e77k lrt ™'l 1 h« titfed wedflltt* white saUn cap enerusted W th cake was dccoute e| wittt _ -• , • . .. *i seed pearls in a butterfly ers artd ribbons, and rs ns, v Si?n. She earned a bouoiiet of wlt! , a mi ,, ta turt bride a cluster Of white orchids suf. rounded by stephanotis with white satin streamers. groom. Miss Donaghey presided it hite satn streamers , he crysta , punch temcv . ^, h Mrs. C. L. Green of Rock- Mrs . ^ eel H . JlcOlnnes of Port dale, sister of the groom, was the matron of honor, wearing mint gheen cryslalized satin, «ver matching net. the softly pleated y-neckllne highlisht- the sleeveless bodice thnt point' and into flowed petal-panels over rows of bouf- Lavaca included in the house party. The bride i< a gradual* of the West Columbia High. School, Wharton,! Junior. C61. lege, and will be a member of the August graduating; ctajs of South Texas College In San The bridesmaids, wearing identical gowns in petal pink. :,w*« Miss Eleanor Hughes of Sweeny, -Miss Jimmie Bures *f Nada. Miss Gloria Ledtje of Bill and Tom with— d Universi '- v of LOCATIONS Serrinj the BrasosiwH Area, 24HOURS,ADAY 1«» N. rarklnt. t. J n» 7-»«S III W. Broad, Frwport J-412J Fast-Free Pickup A Dclliery ««|i»terert rhannadst •• duty al all times. Night axrieney Phonw: 7-91W Bill •r M4ZT Tern GARRETTS' PHARMACIES LJ Baptist Host Evangelist Meet •=r c "l^ Coaf Pastors and members of the Over'Stressed, verse trwsuter'sl Mr*, colo. MetebWi Co Mrs. Bohfli« SuS Crocker on , t • «fe«m «Sd3«ifoe vrtllD* served, i Hi ltd sad games Are plattMttlor that ' UIUIC * >Mr*. ttfat, flee president, presided, at r fte meeting to the absetW « tM* Mrs. Betty Rose ^r Slagle knot) * 6 year '* ,. pletion froml ofV6catio6»t ing to E. E. Mil 5wofMr. Martam of I04tf _ MaHam received upon completion .ot.'fhe of Vocations representative to N. FREEPORT Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Arthur Von —F*«H PtiBib br ChaHU Neius Life & Jefferson Davis Subject -,* . •• v ' . -i A * , Of Lamar fottfame ChaptertSpedker '- MABEL' The Braroria Retiekah Lodge in Alvirt. iter of the United Daughters of ,the Confedertcy held-, .day meeting reoeh 'home df Mrs, S. i i- Following Mrt. Humphries,' ___..„._ president, and Mr*. J. M, Cummings presented the military Cro»s of HettafitcrGeofge met for election Tuasday night, ot officers After the business' session. che following new officers!for him in his absence. Of HimnrJTiV r*a*rt*cYA Ikf* ' »< •>v™ lvtta * c picaejiit[iivc 10 &SS5S?i%«ftSsias- i\-ith Mrs. Murray accepting it presi. with Mrs. Bertha Everett as : noble vice grand., Installation feintiv^^rsfenlefe •*" **---« ^ £ »• at^at time. J. ,.'llt !§!««** W* Vice president: During the bi Gulf Coast Association ot Sou them, Baptist Churches wilt hftve.?an EvangeUSti* Clinic-at First Baptist Church ftWjlke Jackson on Tuesday, June 11. There will be'a pastor's meet Ing at 2:30 p.m., with Staf; Evangelist C. B. Jackson speak- i plans were completed for host- seeretarj: Mrs. '»a»y Weteel, _ secretary; Mrs. i Lee Murray, treasurer; Mrs. ftV'T</Wooley, registrar; ing the Odd FelloWs and Re- round-up to be field Sat- June 8, ift"St?'Mn-s ial Fellowship Hall. Mr, and Mrs. W. F. Riggsjer of crosses: and Mrs T. ,Jr. and daughters of Brazoria Smith, custodian, were among tlie fishing parties] Mrs. W. V. Rumley served l^bTlit ° n the Freeport l ewies Tuesday | w inslalllrg officer 4:30 p.m. Suoper~Will follow i «h« h«v Thvv'nmnrlvd'Huii lh»' ' at S:«_with the local WMU as \ ^^f^^f^ ^ , — —»",-»«ws,Mj t . wiiu cnoef as her topic the life of Jef fersbn Davis. After a covered dish lunch in. diicusiuig.:the nWf^ear* woflt, ouiJiaiflg. the progri With songs and praise at 6:45 p.m. Bible study. Brooks H, ister speaking, is a,t. 7 pjn. J water spout had disappeared Grover C. Smith Jr., acconi- for - «i spending f (with - • Singer Sees Red ^lifiis ANOELES—w singer Darla Hood divorced her htis- band, Robert, Tuesday. Miss Hood, who recently recorded u «,,«.. ra , wu,- "' Wanna, Be Free," dedded Tuesday even-<{««.%»«*.•««• «WliH*l|«, an«, t »l d ,Jhp., h« .tell-tale mttlS^ 'collar red • Associational Sunday Training Union, and church workers,ate invited to attend. Also School, Marriage Overtime COLUMBUS, Ohio _ (IB cense bureau to remain open evenings two days a week. . , . A small stock of tablecloths. materials, from his father's ma* <&• washers, window wands. , chine shop to be.usiH) in a small shop he has established and is now in the process of enlarging In Brazorla. His mother also included a and sponge faced floor itlU available at Wr adjourned unt Minciju-hich tson in Baylor Evangelist To Lead Revival For Lake Baptist -8«1 Glass, wtll-kno.w« IU Br football star who U equilly known for his evangelistic w^rk, will eonducl a revival Lamar Tech operates the Lamar schfoi of Vocations. >j n ' The revival, youth-led, is for are' si Pharmacy.. _ Mr, and Mn. E. C. Sli stock, of T)ulbs to be planted in, formerly of Slaughter ] the *ard. , ' ,now n> Mrtnrn. 11 ' firrt ",all .ages. Young people of the church will plan the program of visitation, and lead in pre- paratlons. VtO Gray wlU be In charge «t revival music. He U mu*ic ith; director of Flrlt Bap- ,.irch at Oatesvir ~ A gradual* of Bay bachelor of muiic'' »lor and State BSU Choir i and a half years. OF f*E-:Ar* HOME CENTER \'l*. .. 'atr iS&f**' * , W«e ?7TON-StLK riMiti'i O.r - Wattubl* tnd cql diwM, plttfe. -i P««rllt*4 button^.' e r. ORES Rl STRIRES-GEOMETRICS-NOVBLTIES FOR LADIBI $2.9? cotton drest ln'l>4Sk' 1s r«du«e8> Buy iwjw and *»*fj$, WfftWf —Wajhabli and colorfost. PrlnWtf 80 Sq, Ptrcoltii Zip or button front itylti. Plenty ; MfN'S NYLON SILK STRETCH SOX MEN'S 8RIIFS UHDWSHIRTS "' v<A* or SMilonotf (fom comlxil mtton jfirlon rttnforced. Coi«nWlt'»lM r§n«. full cut (or Mhlod com. lort, Oirlnk rutitanu, Ab»r- fcwit. H«»uUr 4N. - NO-1 RON PLISSE SHORTY SLEEPERS O h a I c • »( <Uinty l>mlnln« nrlnu or wild., No-lton coiion pI It « « lo BATH MAT Set «olor». MID RIFFS POLO SHIRTS Vour choice of bovt' twIU M dinlm ihoni; Olrti' bay (win ihoru; Chtld(«o'|, H Kntt pala ihtrti) Cptlon kr elttih inl4rtt|i. jig i»nl *t 6n* low' 42x36 t'S SARbBNHOSE thieMow»l«. H)Qh BAKE*DISH ^•M * ' ~ ( ^ *" *"' " 6p rw-^y^p^ TUMBLBRS J ; t TV TRAY TAiTl

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