The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 12, 1957 · Page 19
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' y\ ' ^tf •' ' •''• A '* SMOLOS «01> I tan and tuf UrM&W'fil «•£•-' A ' lean Mua and glinting ffold,. appear lit a ft**, new at' MH9*mini M an anHqu* white jftsund. Made i« the measure of bttifet tntertalntikff ii th* taaptetttve leaf, low • in tke artup, planned fat teiithet and bunds, ftutt Miss In itiday Ceremony The marriage of Miss Lillian Ann Hont arid terry Jot Bar> eeltt was solemnized. Friday aldit at the ilttt Christian Church in Freeport with Bey. fi. O, Harper officiating. , .The double ring service was gatd before an. altar banked by two basketa - of gladioli stock and white megastic .daisies. Parents of the < couple are Jfr. and Mr*. Lewis Horn of Lak* Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Barcelo of Jonas Greek. When t&e briaa entered the Chapel she wor* a full' length . « etttirt bodlCfe Was lace with i bftail -Sleeves reaching £ tt>ittt just above thd wrist. The voluminous skirt was made of tKrte altertiating tiers of net 4fed lace. The finger-tip veil ot Illusion was attached' to . a pearl-crested Juiliet caplet. She tarried a c»scad« bouquet of ^•rnaUons centered • with an Orchid and interspersed With J^eenery and satin bows. feelva AUred, mild of honor, was attired In a Blu« chiffon <lr»ss With a net oversHrt'-and Carried a pink nosegay bou- quel ot carnations.- Margaret Efler and Shirley Mitchell, , .COTTON ALBNCON WCB !r»-«mbroldered on a silk taffeta body is th« material used dot ' t)U4 % wliite sheath and |«ek«t dinner costume from Soadhtlm'a summer a, Th« dress bodice is , J with citron silk chlf. fan and hat shoestring shoul. d«r «(rap«. A matcfiinf ker- «Mef dranef from one pocket of UM toxed and flareel jwhet. nut RIBBON <,-£¥* SHORT 3HAW* bridesmaids, wore blue laee dresses over satin identical to that of the tnaid of honor and carried a carnation nosegay of pink flowers. Flower girl fot the wedding was Betty Sue Knowles with Allen Doughty as the ring bear* I er. Best man was the uncle of ' the groom, W. Woodard of i-os Angeles, Calif. Groomsmen were Ames Therist and Dad Morrist, both of Freeport Ushering were Hanlt Morris and Nick Cessarni. • • . - . When the couple left on their Colorado weflding trip the bride was wearing a biack and white • cotton • ^kheath w i Hi white accessortes. On their n- turn the couple will reside- in Freeport Where the bride will be a senior at Brazosport High School. The groom is a graduate of'BBS. , PEPSI , „ , FASHIONETTES By United Press Actual scene on a recent .afternoon at Fifth Avenu* and 97th Street, a fashionable corner in Manhattan: a smartly dressed ..ypiwg f ,woman , WM walking «TMJt holding h« skirts above her knees. At first glance, she looked like a girl frightened by a mouse. But she was overheard explaining to her companion: "Iff the only way t can walk in this.dress. Postscript to designers . . . maybe some of those sheaths need kick pleats If a girl's to get around gracefully, Tor the first time, an exhibit of American furs is being displayed behind the. Iron Curtain. The House of Arnowicr, a New York furrier, has sent 84 furs ranging from mink to muskrat to the International Trade Tair in Poznan, Poland, in June. Culotte skirt* now show in some informal evening wear. Designer Kenneth Ttschler of New York features • cotton damask play dress with a short skirt that doubles for evening with wide culottes. Another type of nylon has com* to the hosiery industry. This one, made from a new formula developed by American Enka Corp., is supposed tq make hosiery have a silkier texture, and greater elasticity, allowing for better fit. to the leg." ' . A rubber or cork mat to stand on while ironing helps to ease the strain on feet and ALL MEAT JUMBO ! BOLOGNA Chunk Sliced 29c 35c YOKUM PAK PUEE MEAT ^ WIENERS 1 LB. Cello 39 WISCONSIN HOOP (Bat) Lb. LEAN CHUCK STEAK Lb. 45 LEAN GROUND MEAT 3 *•• 89c OLEO >, ^* • „ **• ^n»~ ~f^ r_».' * - u'4 • . , '-*ft^V^^ *j ll (Ke d«po«it for Ofcrtoi) CALIFORNIA LONG WHITS POTATOES StJNKIST LARGE JUICY 10 79 Lbi. JL / Waller's Kama Baby Mr. and Mrs. C. /. Waller of Freeport have named their new baby girl, Sarabetb. Sara j b«th was born at Dow Hospital [ as an eight pound seven ounc- er, on June 10. MILK DRINK Plain ; Jar Bootevelt was the youngest president of the United States. He waf 43. ~' r EeynoW* > JUICE ?& 29° SKINNERS _ W »S23' FOILWRAF »x«.29° Ohere-Pi^Pao Pie t JJkjway Btrawbonry Oulf 39« CHERRIES 2 "^ 49° PRESERVES t^C 39 c INSEQ SPRAY oX 49° ^lel Monte Ilruit /'• 'V,wpJ»l|,' -T''' * * ' 1 •' ' BJewh/j, JQO fAri/TAH 9 No ^ A0 ( » TEA v »H.*- W° * fl HDAY - <MO •IT vvVslVIAIL 4 oaM«l7 ICA ^w,^;M..^^fciiy VlvKvA Hunt's Toioato : . ?. 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