The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 12, 1957 · Page 14
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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, June 12, 1957
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f» V* W*?? i- 1M*"> *< tew,* ~,4.» 'Wig » . MdTHKR AMU BAtKJttttttat* a inmm.t twosome. Litil. ' | mtoll HH I»ok ta tuhloaatt* »« mother ta tnHtehlng ; I »aft«r tM dauflhWr prl»Hd IUB Besses. Hot 6nly at* ih*r ' Mknrrol tad eeaf, but Mr. Sidney of R«-<lo hit add** iae* MCMM MM! rittesck itim <M a dainty look. Matching ' MMYM fpY4 CdiMf Ott an ClSft* Librarian Speaks, Film is Shown At Christ Lutheran WOC Meeting Mrs. Ligon foster of the Bra- zarla County Library in Angleton wit the guest speaker at the regular meeting of the WOC of Christ Lutheran Church In Lake Jackson Thursday night. Mrs. foster Spoke on South- cast Asia, currently being studied by the group, and showed * color film, "Letter from Indonesia." During this meeting it was announced that the executive • committee had appointed Mrs. C. W. Matteck as treasurer, due to the resignation of Mrs. William Stoerner, and that Mrs. • Elmer Kincannon would act as • vice-president in the place of i Mrs. Ellwood Peterson, who re• oently moved with her bus- Delegates Chosen For State Meeting By HD Council Three delegates to the annual J state convention of the Texas * Home Demonstration Assocla- { Won were elected when council L delegates and county home • demonstration club presidents t met In Angleton, recently. J Chosen as delegates were i Mrs. John T. Williams of An- J gleton, Mrs. C. R. Barcak of t th« Ethel Club, and Mrs. Aud, tey Johnston of Pearland. Three alternates were alsr , chosen in case the delegates are unable to attend. They include Mrs. Will Nash of Varners' Creek; Mrs. R. J. Davis of Lake J ? Ck f°? ; and Mr '- E - B - p °ll« ' of Alvin. The state-wide meeting Is scheduled to be held at the Rice Hotel in Houston, July 30-Aug. 1, this year. FREEPORT INSURANCE AGENCY OLDEST 1MSUBANCE AQENC7 Of BRAZOBU COUNTY Phone 3-5252 U» W. Bre«4 Fraport band, Rev. Peterson, to Illinois. The two girls chosen to attend Girls Camp at Roundrock from July 7-13 were announced as Dorothy Koenning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Koenning, and Mary Hewitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hewitt. Members were told that the offering received by the WOC during June, July and August would go to support the group's propect. Missionary For A Day. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Bob Earnest, Mrs. Jesse Kerry, and Mrs. Charles Smith, i The next meeting of the or- 1 ganization will be on July 11 at which time there will be a workshop to repair the hymnals belonging to the church. { IW? S?j%j w^ <.- 3 Brazoria Pastor To Bellaire Post Sunday Rev. Wm. F. Roberts delivered his farewell ser mo nto the congregation of th Brazoria Methodist Church at ter serving the church as pastor for the past two years. During the morning worship services Mrs. Ann Hendnrix was presented as soloist of the program with Rev. Robert* singing his final solo as pastor during the evening service. Thursday, Rev. and Mn. Roberts and son will move to his new charge in Bellaire where he will serve as assocl ate pastor of the Bellaire Meth odist Church which has a mem bershlp of almost 8,000. The Community Calendar H.w p.m~ Freeport Klwv . nto, DOW Hotel t:00 p.m.-M«rine Rewire £!!??•*•»'» HUL 1 . JUKE « , M p . ffi _ T:30 take Jackson Freeport Plan- 1:00 pjn.— Fraternal Order of JB»ala», FOB Home, Highway 288 i:00 p.m.— Alcoholics Anonymous, Freeport Legion THL'BSDAV, JUNE U 7: » P«-K of P Lodge No. *», K of P JUlirFtlsport :30 pjn.— Brazosport Concert Band Rehearsal, Do W Plant B Cafetoia :JO pju. — Lake Jackson ButuMM * Professional Womeo'i Club, Lindveit House, Lake Jackson 1:30 pjn.— Freeport American Legion, H»U, l;00 pju. — KnlgbU of Columbus, Barbequa coouait- t*» nwetmg, K of C! HalL Fmport ^^ ram of Foreign Wan Meeting, Legion Hall. AngUton :00 pjn— Freeport Rcbe. kahs 'Lodge No. 247, IOOF Building, Freeport :00 pjn.—Braaoria, ^qwni Stated Meeting, Braaori* FRIDAY, JUNK H 2:15 p m.—Brazosport Rotary Club, Port Cafe, jftee- port 1:30 pjn.—Brazoria County Shrine Club, Afgleton Motor Company ':30 p.m-Culf Cout Dup- Ucate Brioge Cluo, Po* Plant B Cafeteria 1:00 p.m.—Alcoholics Anonymous, Angleton Legion Hall SATURDAY, fVKf li :30 pjo. Brazosport Little Theatre General Meeting, Little Theatre House, Velasco MONDAY, JWe » :30 p4&.— Lake Jacktoa Lion* j«ck»no nctport w to zu Presented a* 0 piiblic service by The Dow Chenicil Coropaey ". * fexa« ,>^ srv' , v j> 'vrt^y. , ^ Mt'% '••f^i ^W •*&' i»ti CARNATION COTTAGE CHEKE > 1-LB. CTN. •*! LAKE JACKSON SHOP SUPER-VAIU "FIRJT" for "SUPER DUAL ITT' HUTS ^«ii|IIi,!TY w ^^'&imjgi^ri'' PREMIUM CANCY QUALlTY-NOfcTHeRN BEEF CHUCK PLAN A NO.i BRAIORIA NO.Z WEST COLUMBIA WEEKEND SPECIALS '» THURS,, Fftl. aftd SAT JUNE 13-14-15 WE ftESJRVE THE ftlfiHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES HAL PURE CANE L^- „... »AY f SUNDAY,UUNI W IRST" FOR FRESHNESS * i 4i CALIFs-'.MIA LCH6 WHITE - i ^> -*»iwF^*r*f, -^ BONE OUt Lb. IBS, *•*••« ENGLISH CUT ROAST Lb. "SUPER QUALITY" HICKORY SMOKED FINE FLAVOR BEEF CHUCK CUT THICK TO IAR-B-Q LtM FINI QUALITY OROUND BEWLEY'S BEST Enriched CALIFORNIA BEAUTY Lb. Lb. Lb. ORIOLE Sliced BACON "FINE QUALITY" LEAN, MEATY ... IDEAL T6 IARIICU1 FRESH PORK SPARE RIBS.. FANCY QUALITY PURE PORK SHCED LUNCHEON MEAT.. HOFCO—SUPER SHARP--FULL CREAM Tangy Aged CHEESE ....... Freshlike JPINACH Freshlike -- GOLDEN CORN UM, CALIFORNIA RID RIM STRAWBERRIES CALIFORNIA SUNKIST LEMONS Pint DOZ. WITH 15 •ONUS STAMPS ON THE LAIEL RIO. PKO. BLACK GOLD FINE QUALITY % DETERGENT Hi-C PARTY NNCH Freshlike ffitr GOLDEN CORN •.! Freshlike Small Whole BEITS Freshlike Garden SWEET PEAS Freshlike Cul GREEN BEAKJ DILICIOUS ASSORTED FLAVORS CHOKE * FRESH FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS * ESSEX SLICED CANS -PAK f^ 1* m PET RPTZ , ' ' •T4fe LEMONADE 2 25 C APPLE PIES % 5^ SCOTCH MAID ,4/0fe PET RITZ. CAULIFLOWER 19 1 CHERRY PIES ^ 44-OZ. CAN JUARI kRTON SOFT, LIKE KLEENEX ... WHITE TOILET TISSUES STOKELY'S FINEST RED, SOUR, PITTED ! BOU PACK m CAW TABLE • .* PACkfot OF501..V 'BOXESj BREEZE GIANT PKG. STOKELY'S FINEST Ho. 300 CANS HUNT* SCUD MeCORMIC^ PURE EXTRACT 1-Oz. Boltlc DRUG SPECIALS * Toothpaste c TOWII STUFFED MANZAI H0.300 1 CANS TALI CANS «|( KONOMY SIZI •*•»** REG, $2 GiNTLI, REGULAR OR IUPIR RICHARD RICHARP HUONUT |S6 Sham p< s IHJKTW lUHf QUAKER STATE Stems and Pieces %" it ttt COOKINi wtf TOO WITH T^ff QT, CAN • t • § t • ' MR. AND MRS. ROBERT LLOYD McDANIEL a Dow Employee Weds! [n June 6 Ceremony ^ Before an altar, banked on either side with baskets of summer flowers and stock and centered with candelabra, Miss Jolly Jean Bullard and Hobert Joyd McDanlel exchanged their wedding vows June 6 in the Midfleld Methodist Church. Leading them in the double ring service was Rev. David ^arsons, with Mrs. W. K. Keler of Mtdfield and Mrs. Katheen Wright of Bay City providing the traditional wedding music. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bullard of louston and Mrs. Mat tie Holmes, grandmother of the groom, is from Clute. Given in marriage by her trandfater, Robert Bullard, the irlde wore an ankle-length gown of tulle and French imported lace over satin. Her bas- que bodice tapering to a point at the waist, and topping a voluminous skirt, was closed at he back with tiny French but- ons. Long lace sleeves tapered to a point just above the wrist and her finger-tip veil of silk llusion was held In place by i pearl-crested tiara. She carried a white Bible overlaid with an orchid. Preceding tha bride were her attendant;: he sister, France! HAPPY BIRTHDAY. Bullard of Bay City, served as maid of honor with Gleniec* Snider of Houston and Sherry Anderson of Lake Jackson act" " Ing as bridesmaids. The attendants were gowned In pastel semi-formal dresses of lace and net over taffeta '• with white accessories and e»r- tied bouquets of carnations "to match their dresses. Wayne Vaughn of Clute served the groom as best man, with Marshall Morris of Bay City and Kay Shoulta of CluU as groomsmen. ,' Both dressed in white, Meredith Teague of Corpus Chrlstl and Lynn Bullard of Kings- ViUe acted as flower girl and ring bearer respectively. Candle lighters were Nancy Hurts Of Midfleld and Randy Teague of Corpus Christ!. Immediately following the wedding a reception was held In the Mldfield School building for the weding party. The »ef* v . vice table was flanked on either end with bouquets of m'xed , flowers and centered with • tiered wedding cake. When the couple left on • their wedding trip to Corpus Chrlstl, the bride was dressed-' in a white shantung dress feat hiring a pleated skirt and a roll collar. She wore black patent accessories and an orchid corsage from her bridal bouquet On their return they will be * at home in Clute. The bride is'a graduate of- TIdehaven High School and thj» groom in a graduate of Brazos* ~ port High School and is em- - ployed by the Dow Chemical- Company. •? Homemaker Hints By United Press YOUNG HOSTESS wean parly dim designed by Joseph LOT* ill' ATondiU'i combed P«rm*-Pt*u«d col- tea. Ores* »Uo can b» mad* wttfe a MeCcU'f pattern. i Keep in mind that food ; stains will come out of tabl* • v linens more eatlly, if you "spot." clean" with, soap of determent'; suds before the stains "sat/* The pre-treatment before iflj. \" merslng the Kneni will short* ' en washing time too. To mend a tear In lac* cu«. : tains, use wax paper M back- ' ground, then stitch on machine,.. Paper can be removed, leaving-, stitching to hold the tear. ^"./ If long wear is important in »-9 tricot garment, it is better B to buy a closely knit tricot & :': heavy weight. f B B B A I ?» I :i * ^' I I ,~ * }

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