The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 18, 1957 · Page 3
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Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, June 18, 1957
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Jims 18, 1967 Janis Is Named Jrmis Beth is the nimc. and *he Is the new baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. Brenson L. Simms Of Freepnrt. Weighing eig'n pounds artrl five and one-half ounces, slip made, her first public appearance on June 1.1 in Dow Hospital. Pat Muckleroy Weds In Saturday Service THE FACTS AMBULANCE SERVICE PH. 5-2511 BRAZOSPORT FUNERAL HOME UK MKE JACKSON nn. , The nuptial vows of Miss i Pal Muckleroy and G. R. Por- ,ler ,lr. were solemnized Satur- iday nighl | n the Lake Jackson Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints. ' The ceremony was perform•d hy Bishop Alfred Bailey bp- •"I'p ,-in altar flanked with tall .baskets of gladioli and slock. Parents of the couple are Mr and Mrs. Rex Muckleroy 01' •Jones Creek, and Mr. and'Mrs G. R. Porter Sr. of Mesquite. The bride, given In mMTiagr ;i.v her falhcr, vote a dross of importer! evclct over satin. The Town was fashioned on a princess line with a square hcckline and leaiured large bell sleeves. The neckline was comole- mented with a single slrand of pearls, a sift of Ihe bride's parents. A short chapel Veil des. .-ended from a .vatin covered bandeau sprinkled with seed pearl.'. The bride carried a i-nt- arie bouquet of red roses and •ose buds Intermingled wilh \\ I A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS! lace and satin ribbon. Serving her cousin as maid of honor wa.i Miss Linda Ballard of Glndewater. Miss Balls rn 1 c':osc a dress of baby bine ; ilk chiffon over taffeta. She : "'ore matching accessories and ,a corsage of white asters, i Bill Porter of Mesqultc serv- ;^rt his hrntiier as best man wilh I Flex Muckleroy Jr. and Robert •MeUinly as ushers. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Muckleroy wore a dres" of pink silk nrlon wilh malch"- ing acce.--?nries. Following the ceremony, the ,v. r/cldine P»rl.v formed 'a re- ceivins line in the rec.ewlion hall of HIP church. A three-lined Mvrlamu rnkr and lirne gieen punch were reived to 'guests from atop a tnble covered wilh „ whit( , „„,.,,„,„, .cloth. Miss Lucie Ann? Gallon hoth of Freeport, as,isied with the serving. The biidp chose a blnck Italian silk sheath dre« lor' her goma away attire It f,-a- lured long self Creamers in the front and an empire wnjstluif. Her accessories were black end while. A corsage of red ro<e; buds completed her nttire The bride and groom will be at home in Meso,ulte after a short wedding trip to Calve*, ton. In September they will move to Denton where (he groom will he a senior 5 f llr | ont at Nnr'l, Texas State Teacrmrs college. The bride is a sraduale of Braosport High School and has attended North Texas Stale College. A graduate of high school in Mesrjuitc. Hie groom is now a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity at North Texas State. MR. AND MHS. G. H. PORTER —Phofo by Don Wilion Recent Bride Honored At Shower Given In Freeport Home On Friday ..., i . _ i. .. . . : ;Soup Takes To Summer NEW YORK — ,tfi_ Tasty menu for Sunday night supper: Onion »oup, halves of tomatoes or slices of tomato aspk< topped wilh chicken or seafood salad hoi frqnch bread or rolls and your favorite liuht de.-serl. You can use either homemade, can- ne or dehydrated onion soup. Arid a few spponfuls of California sherry for extra flavor an'J serve topped with crouions and grated parmesan cheese. The Fi report home nf J. Y. Faulk Jr. was the -,,.. <rf i iinda! snower held Fri- . .' day evening in honor nf Mis. 1 ''' James Fanik. Also actinc •"" ' ] °'' hosles.-i was Mrs. Allen Ra Fanlk. A small . . . , shower placed o\ er cake • h i t p i r quare.- ir* >/unrn'c Mint? ,i a wrs. .\iicn liar unbrella represent-. ClCjllt GlTlS bO ...., .. ....,.,er placed o\ er n miniature bride ,-nd arnom r* f.. t _ which was surrounded by a (Jn KirVrlP PfirtW vi»alh of flowfis. was ' thr "IvyuiC I Ul I y ('PP. t Pfi"if r*fn nn a Int-. ft cm--. • jnf- " c To Bryan Beach nl- cer.ierpiece on a lonr^ lable coxeied with a damask rloin. A floral decoration of pj.nk ','lridioii ,1.35 :i!=o p'-oniincnt nr. Ei^lil cirls \\rre Tnembors Hie serving tab!< M-jth ^ ]r,« nt a party which hicyli'd from :in-anteni»nl ol pink .-i;ie''s \,r- Frerport to Firyan Beach at 'nsr found on the ir,i i.-di'e. • i: i"' Sniuro.v mornmg. Miss .to '!o=es and a--sorted fk. >•- lri ' Compton -A as hns!<-s s fur '•rs were i,-e.l in riutr,r;i!ion th r. pvrn ' lhrolr;hc;iit the mam locn ' h<% Klrl= nir nmrd: Misses F.ime «|,n-|,. ' j.iid ir.ii, id c - or "l>!oii. .Martha Sue Free- nir-n. Jani.-i- Wood. Mamie T,oil Wilicnbcrii. Sis--> narn"s. Prg- «v Jo Turner. W.-iiiri.-i Lou Freeman. ,.nd MrKnight. K: ••akf.i.^: arlii'rs -,\ • f r f bro'ight to ii». beach bv Mrs. J. V. Compton and consisted Of ll.l'-nn. Cfc;^:. :uy<l, {ioLl^h- niits, iirHiigi- jni,.o and milk. .The gjrls cooked their hieak- fa«t on th» btae'.,. l.afr in tlie nin:iiini{ they ir.ii';.. hrd on Frito-- and potato chips and drank cold di'ink 1 -. Hfjiv,:- of tin' bu^-ie party had fanned something for ihe rnorn.npj and so fliey r<-iurned '.mr,» i arlicr than othrr mcm- '>ci.. The girls leaving in the • 'to.-id EIoiip lode around the loop inad liefnre returning linn-.- ai 10:30. Mrs. J. Rogers Is Installed As UDC President Installation of officers for (he coming year was the main irder of business at a meeting if the Bra/oria County Chap- '.er of the United Daughters of he Confederacy, recently. The Chapter met at the home if Mrs. H. J. Worrell, with Mrs. ,T. Paul Rogers serving as •o-hostess for the meeting and .•overed dish luncheon. Mrs. W. O. Sleelc was installing officer. Officers for the Doming yerir arc: Mrs. Rogers, i iresirient: Mrs. Worrell, first I vice president: Mrs. T. A. Mun••on. second vice president: Mrs. |.T. G. Patterson, third vice pres- |ident; Mrs. Luther Patterson ]:secretary: Mrs. Ada C. Snow, , treasurer: Mrs. Arringtoii Far- 'rer, registrar: Mrs. G. W. Ed-! iwardr. and Miss Laura Under-' ; wood, historians; ani: Mrs. Ada :C. Snow, parliamentarinn, ! The meeting commemorated .the binhday or trie rr-rinni :of the Confederacy. Jeff«f«nri ; Davis. Guest speaker was T. A. ^Miinson. who spoke on "The Life of Jefferson Davis.'' i During the business meeting la committee headed bv Mrs. C. W. Ed-.vard.- reported taking 42 bags of home baker 1 cookies, as well as a larjz- as- isortmer.t of books ?nd magazines to the Veterans' Hospi-.jl in Houston. Members seleclnd Mrs. Rogeis as delegate io the State Convention in Austin, during September. '^ also served to the !U es, s . Mrs. Kenneth Crurr.rie. M rs . Anna p Blsnchard snd Mrs. Llov-i' .; Faulk assisted in .Diving re- ifreshmcnts. '• Several games -vr,» , i.'' he shower aid those _- -- orires v> r p Mrs.' Ann '<• oussard sr/d Mrs. Hunter t lotes. Iceived bv the hori'it'p fro ; 2fi glK-sts prr,p, !t for !h= occasion. The Zifl. !, n , r -hr hr«t- ".-. r r5 included a "r.; m a"ri dry iron and ., blank"-' fca'ur- in? a ro^p pnn- ' r c-'nt brid" of Frteport. Marv Juanii- he'.-ille. La. Out.of-tt. •>•) ._ Page 3 i Congratulations! 'r? 1 " nf 3 no. v r DemiiTDean"" Congratulations to M r an rii" e l vs!i b " n in Dnw Hospital j Mrs. David E. Belt Jr of An i J V n * 1B anri ^"'Khed s, x •leton who are the moud ,» " pminc!!I snrj ]5 and one-h.ti,' rnnM-^i^^—., '" n " 1 Pa'-'nnnecs Rabbits, can run faster jp hill than down because t»» hind less are longer than th» forelegs. 3% PAID ON ALL SAVINGS THE BANK OF COURTESY" The Freeport National Bank 103 CH£RRY ST. FREEPOET PHONE 3-5261 MIS3 W1NELL ELKINS' .n 9 .g.m.nt .nd .ppro.chin« m.trug. lo Qu.n»,n J. Jr.. Fir«l Li.ul.n.nt in Ih. Unil.d Stil.i Army 1. •nnounctd by htr p.r.nti, Mr • nd Mr.. Hor.c. O. Elkin, o( rr..port. Th. pro.p.cliy. groom i, lh. ,on of Mr,. L. Edw.rd F.rrmgton .nd Ih. l.t. Qu.nlin J. Aa u .,(, of Angl.ion. Th. w.dding w,ll b, July 11 ln in. n.-.i cnrnun Church of Fropotl wilh B.T. O. C. H«rp«r oUici.iing. For safety, yniir ^a HI' his clrailfd atul iimtli |.riii>ff(l 1)\- us at Xc Kxti.i Charge. PARKWAY CLEANERS JU I'irkinj \V» r p|,. 1-JJ1J BRAZOSPORT FACTS No Horse Wanted PASADKNA. Calif. ... up _. Mrs Mil<iH'ri Prinn', a f.ivuii' • .-Cliool Kllsll^ll ll.JilH-1, !,• d A $5(1 s-puliT uiuiikt.- Irom hci nr.-idualiii)> rlas.s liiis > a PIVM.MII. ••Thtf MI .v I alu.ivj tell ,luin -o ,- HKi-lk.', I.UMUfSS ,illd lh ' 1 >•')! tlu-in a b jm-n cf ki \.;." ^h,• jrful. "I kn,,-., "tic ihiiis -I'll ncvi-:- ull a>\v class to .stop tH)r>ui^ around." v ever (j,-i.s HU.MIuilg (<.r u»iiim,(. bul a |»l of people -LJ) Irving qr.ii.iTv DIAMONDS $17.95 -$2,000.00 EASY TERMS NO CARRYING CHABUEb McSPADDEN JEWELRY •I'HtlUT HiKH'OKI. T fi.r.MHi\<; specio/isii in >, . 10 uoitt's abuut tt... Carrier is the first name in air conditioning. There is no belter make, no LielU'r place to buy it than from \ir Condition-nit Headquarters! BRAZOSPORT PLUMBING & HEATING CO. PHONE 3-3551 813 N. GULF BLVD. FREEPORT extra tpur earnings to hit neu/ - high rateJ mm •/ PHR —r ^» A N f ,uM NEW RATE STARTING JULY 1, 1957 * <*'" **">" f AMIL ^ —' -- became here your money s uorl more starting today! And more earnings mean you can do more wilii >our wvmgi, and reach your family's goals sooner. Her.: s a family saving, center that gtves jou e«ra dollars of income uhile soundly protecting your saun S s. Each account here ii tnstued "le up to HO.UOO and further saleguarded by adequa.e reserves a^ coobCfvause management. Share our «*, high earnings Jo.n ti,e 19 nullton Arnertcans who jul! ,,»- ? , !? ' td ** Viae * a " d L ° an A "^'ation S . Sase by July lUtn for a ful! su months' carnmg s December 3Kt earnings todaqf BBAZOSPOBI SAVINGS AXD LOAN ASSOCIATION SAVINOS Ci.M'EB, FREEPOBT k ' cLcndo!; ' Pr «. w ' v - Currv-.-V^e-Prei. Win. D. Cal^ro'.e, Se,,otao-Tr,a,urtr. Gdiiouai, M.D., Bessis M. MtFarlaae, iXebon D Dris«olo, R. C. FmdUy, Vice-Pres.

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