The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 17, 1957 · Page 4
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 4

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, June 17, 1957
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Page 4 ? H B f 3f 0 T S Brafosporf and Brawria, County, Monday June 17, cleaned thoroughly and oiled ( a ^ e a f,, w stitches through before beginning spring sewing: blotter. Rette* TUESDAY AND ^ WEDNESDAY NO IRON PAJAMA SET BY Miss Ray Becomes Bride In Candlelight Service MT. and Mm. David Leon Lowery —Pholo by Grecnhcrg Miss Helen LaVern* Ray be came the bride of David Leo Lowery in a candlelight cere mon.r in the First Dapti Church of Lake Jackson Pri day night at 8 p.m. Th* parent* of the bride »r Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rny of Lak Jackson and the parents of th groom are Mr. and Mn. Lon ni« Lowery of Clute. The bride and groom stco: before Rev. O. T. Van Metei for the double ring ceremony at an altar outlined by tapered candelabra* and tall batkets of carnation* and gladioli. For h»r wedding. Mist Hay chose a floor-length gown 01 embroidered silk organdy over satin, A high Queen Anne collar wat featured in the basque bodice with bridal sleeves pointed at the wrist. The bel' skirt ended in * long chape! train with a self-bow at knee- length in the back. The fingertip veil of illusion was caught with a tiara of jeed pearls ana seauins. Sh? carried a shower bouquet of feathered carnations and white cymbidium orchida with lily of the valley. Presbyterian Service Unites Miss Bryan, Walter Freeman "Travel Set" Batcher Boy pajamas and finrer tip length coat of paiteJ Kt batUt* combined wilh a bonnie woven pluld. A rersaUle tleeptet for gabfeaU, TVIn» or snooiinc. Comes In pink with nine or aqua with lavender, "lien 3234. BBB SPECIAL The Gulf Pi-airie Presbyter- ace ian Church was lit by a series IB. ) of wrought iron candelabra for the weririing of Miss Annie Cassie Bryan and Walter Keeble Freeman Friday night. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Austin Bryan. nied the soloist Mrs. Try as she sang "The 'o i'rayer" and "Because". The bride entered the chapel in a formal gown of white lace over satin. A veil of white tulle was attached to her headdress, a yhite net Juliet caplet of the bride, Mlsi SaMy Keith served as maid of honor. She wore a bandeau of pink net complimenting her dress and nosegay of carnation! all of pink. Serving her lister as junior bridesmaid was Miss Elsie Rae Sr. of Jonr? Creek and Mr. and jsprinkled with seed pearls. She IBryan in a dress of blu« laca Mrs. W. E. Freeman of Velas-l carried red roses on a white over satin. Miss Katheryn Voll- co., JBible entwined <with pearls baum wore a dress similar to Prior to the single ring cere-'and lace. jthe maid of honor and carted mony, Mrs. R. E. R. Sanders In a gown identical to that '» nosegay of blue carnation*. | Robert E. Freeman acted ai :best man with Henry Austin iBryan, Jr. and Paul Gjedde as ushers. ; Tor Misa Bryan'i wedding her mother chose a blue-gray nylon dreta complimented by | white accessories and a pink ros« corsage. The mother of (the groom chose a light pink {dreai and wore pink and white ' accessories and a pink row cor- Vhe mutton of honor, Mr*. 'eggy J«me», wa« Downed in i sea foam blue street-length .ires* of chryrtilina featuring i long torso waist and off-the shoulder neckline. Her head liece consisted of white flow. -rs with glitter sprinkled on :ach flower. She carried nosegay of white estherlwl, .vith blue satin leaves and blue satin trim. Serving as bridesmaids, MiM Emm« Belle Ooode and Mi«« Anita McCain were dressed dentically to the matron of lonor. They carried nosegays Houston; Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Upton of Rosenberg; and Mr. Preserve the appearance M Picture ?la?s h best cleaned ••uede shoes by regular brush- ! wi « h " d .°"l wr " n f m ?' 1* i hftt . . ng with « rubbw ,, If . i water and clipped in alcohol, p ajn( spla £ hej! can hs ,he suede vftpars smooth, a few moved from windows and mir- .Ight stroke;! with the finest rfcs by washing with turpen- ;andpaper will restore the irig- j (jne or ammonia or hot vlne- nal nap, :md Mrs. ,f, R. Hathcock, Mr. Blanket bindings nre usually so ihcv should be ii.u .«,.-,. ,., «,. uai.ui.uvA, j«i. ,i«o(ntc>, so inpy snotim ind Mrs. C. P. Robert and Mr. I prPS -cd wilh nn 'iron Sot at Mrs. T. W. Ray of Dallas. i v erv low heal. of white Frencn with blu* satin carnations streamers Mar-Len Shop OT N. PARKING PL. L\KE JACKSON "FEATHER MOCS" TRAVEL SHOES Girl's Feather Moo* are ju.«t vbat Putty, white, red. pink ind bine in all aim. you're walUnr for. $ 3 95 PR. sage. Immediately followinl the ceremony the wedding party assembled in the recreation .room of the church for the re- Iception. The service table wai centered with an arrangement of white shag daisies and on I either end had been placed the cake and punch service. When the couple left for xheir Oklahoma honeymoon the i bride wai wearing • black suit of linen crash and black and ; white accessories. She wore I corsage from her bridal bouquet. On their return they will reside at 1802 Ave. G. in North Freeport. Both the bride and the groom are graduates of Braio«port High School. Out-of-town guests for the I wedding were Mrs. Paul Craw- i ford of Bryan and Mrs. R. M. ! Murry of Port Sulphur La. Mi»i Candy Sullivan ot Lake Jackson was flower girl. Harold Lowery acted ar. best man t» the groom, with Rex Blackstock and Treney Raney »a groomsmen. The mother of the bride wore a royal blut silk drew vith three - quarter length ileeves. White accessories and t corsage, of vtnda orchHt ac- ented the dress. The groom's mother chote a brown and dr»»» with a beige hat nd white accessories. A cor- age of Peruvian Jilei com- >lefed her attire. The reception Immedlate- y following the ceremony w»s eld In th« fellowship hall of he church. Mist Pat Duubv nd Mlm Sandra Melate ai- lated with th* terving of the ake and punch. White floral arrangement! t majestic daisies, stock and ladloli were used for the re- eptlwi table which held a hree-tiered wedding CL'-I. j When the couple left on their | oneymoon the' bride was! rearing a brown and white Ik shantung dress suit. White ccewories cr>rr.|jlirrentod her rest. The bride'g coraage was a white cymbidlum orchid which was taken from her bouquet. Upon their return. th« couple will rwide in Lak« Jackcon The bride ia a 195T graduate of Brazosport High School. The groom graduated from Braaoisport in 1B5I and has servad two yean in the United States Army. He la now em- ployd by Stem and Roger* Construction Company. Out-of-town guetti for th« wedding include: Mr. and Mrs Brlce WalUce, Mr. 'and Mra. Bobby Monroe, Mr. and Mra. William Jackion, and Mr. Mid Mn. B. J. MuUiiu, all of 10 SWEATER PUMPS by Natural Poise $£90 6 SAVE OVER $3 A PAIR We made a Fortunate purchaie on this favorlt* style so we're passlnt th« savinri '* you- We have this wonderful ch«e in severs! color* at this low price. • • Hlih or Medina Heeto Red. Nary, Flak, Brown, Black, Calf 4 to It — • WOT SIZ1 COLO* 115 W. Jtn« FHEEPOfcT MR. AND Krll. WALTER KEfiBLE FREEMAN —Photo by Graanbarg Homemaker Hints By UniUd Presa TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY SOLID COLOR Polished Cotton Leno LESS THAN U PRICE FOR BBB REO. $1.19 59 YD. if WHITE * SEA FOAM * BEIGE * SUGAB PINK * CANARY * LILAC if MINT * BONNIE BLUE Karisch's 108 W. BROAD PH. 3 2152 FREEPORT Wicker fum'tur« can be kept If you whip cocoa and other i from turning yellow by acrub- hot milk drinks just before j Wng it with a stiff brush moia- servin them, no scum will: tened with warm salt water. ' O ' m - | Quarter-inch roundj sawed | from an old broom make woo- Glazed wall tilei havt more sparklit if they are wiped with a sponge dipped in an ammonia and water solution. Addition of fruit juice to (milk often causes it to curdle. To prevent, add the fruit juice I to the miik slowly, stirring rap- I idly. derful checkers for thci children. Paint half of them white, the otheri black or red, making sure to uae a lead-free paint. Whin frying meat that is not to be covered, prevent grease spattering by turning a colander upside down over the skillet. The colander allows the steam to etcapo. Betta* Get a 4-pc. Plac« SETTING of ' ROYAL GADROON DINNER WARE OVEN PROOF for $10.00 in trade and 98c Stop by and pick >>f soar own l card. With etfi/ card punched out you cet a 4-pc. plate letting fur only Sir. Standard retail value ii t2.1Q; you m»ve fl .it. Alto 3 oala-l plaUt. 'Me wltli out . . . uvc 11.1 i. 3 MUp/eereaU, 8gc with rtrd . . Mfe (1.12. S-pu. {'enter Servioa, 7-pc. tufur, crcun«r, vegcUble bowl, meat platter M.9» with card . . . uvc H.3T. & tomplttc 1 pe., aet at one- hilt the price. GARRETTS' PHARMACIES NO. J 109 North JParkioc Flau Lake Jackson rta. T-2474 NO t Ul W. Broad fU. Kettel & 1 PRICES SLASHED MON., TUES., WED., JUNE 17-18-19 | PLASTIC SHOE BAGS REG. »8e —ASSORTED COLORS — NOW 66' PLASTIC DISH PANS feg. $1.96 • A«orUd Colors — NOW- PUNCH BOWL SET Beg. $7.98 NOW $500 GERMAC SMOKING STANDS! REG. 5.98 - Assorted — Color* NOW 4 CUP PYREX PERCOLATOR $2*4 REO. $3.95 NOW JSIDEWALK BICYCLE ^Ujf^^^^mmgmjgmjjmjjj^jmj^^^gimmj^guf^^j^^mjj^^^jajfigjij^jjj,g^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^—^. t ^—^ u ^ REG. $24.50 - NOW 18 00 METAL WASTE BASKETS BEG. 69c — Assorted Colors 37- METAL 4 pc. CANNISTER SET REG. $1.19 NOW O/ C I Plastic Tubular Framed 1 Reg. 14.95 4x1 rr. IW GAL. CAPACITY NOW POOL II 88 AERIAL SAND LOADER SET Reg. $15.95 TONKA Tt»V — NOW BEN FRANKLIN STORES 125 W. 2ND. PH. 3-1231 I

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