The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 19, 1957 · Page 15
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 15

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, June 19, 1957
Page 15
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Pa fir* '' 3-4 !t r News Br MABEL SHAFFER |Cr, r.n-i Mrs. John Hester K d son Johnny Bob reiuvned turriay from Crockett whore they had been called by thr il ( n-?F> nf hi? mother. iXir?. Eli^beib Hrslc-. Mrs. Hestc-r ha c hern a front inn t visitor in Brazoria. H?r many frionri? hnr \«rr«» happy a; thr report thM slip \vas re- rovcrins rapidly. Mr. and Mr?. R. W. Clayton af Houston •". rrr Si.ndri.v snoots of Mr, and Mrs. .T. A. Withrrp. Mr. and Mi5. O. O Shaffrr of Ray City wore eur>t? of Braz- nria rrlR lives Sunday. A family ninnr;- Tut\ c da v ni.ght: .1 visi' from Fn'hrr .Iran Kpi^ropRl Church Wednesday: a oir.ncr nir f v '.vi'h Mr. and Mrc. Hrnry Harane as liosis: and an anniversary picnic din- r.r-r n! the rTp'^] Church in H c m D ^ t c a d \v i t !-| the d n 1 e a r - rst'igrd to coincide \vi!h his \%- rnrinn. \vere amonp liio hisli- li^hTs of the •week Fa'hr.r anri Mr*. F. McDonald .Spine: ier sp^n' r\'i'h his parents. Mr. ^nd Friday *'i-,o roiipi" loft fnr a FREEPORT INSURANCE AGENCY OI.DF.ST IVSI-RAXCF. AC.EXCV IV DRA7.ORIA COINTI Phone 3-5252 129 W. Broad Frrepnrt In Onxaco, Mexico, Tiefore nine to Ml parish In Baltimore, Md. Mr. anJ Mrs. Jullin Flaton. af'er ^pendinff their ^'acalion at. their Bra/riria home, are now en route 1o Puerto Rico. Durinff tlieir sta> - . they ao i-omnanicd Mrs. .1. O. Fossel and children. Mr. and Mrs. ,\ O. Fo^scl Sr.. and Mrs. H. C. Hay- ?iin to Sinton to socnd the day u-iih Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Mr- Tjarty and c'lihlrcn. The all-day Iv.-nefit barbecue sinned at the Wild Peach Community House Saturday netted 'he Community House building fund SI74. Beef. pork, chicken and Ro- iirminn sausage barbecred will the sauce made by Bill Casey was accomn.imed h>' coffer, salad, pii kles. and soft drinks. The barbecue was all so'ri >e'ore tho crowd was ready t" c?ll it a day po dancing ^'as en- io\ed for several hours durinc the evening. ATr. nnd Mrs. Edgar Johnson riiid hou-e r.Mrsts. Mr. and Mrr. Dick Ancirrson nf Portlpnr 1 . Ore . spent the rvrekend in San Antonio. Monday the Andersons returned 10 Galveston accompanied by the Johnsons. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. F.ldredee of Kirbyville are vacationing with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George G. Badge. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Shaffer and sons of Lake .Jackson spent Sunday with his father. D. D. Shaffer. FAOfft Brafosport and Bmoria, County, f.»t t * . . . Thread Your Tinf* FNIflY tnju i SONGS ,V WORDS WITH B. B. HANKINS PASTOR EVERT SAT. 11 :.10-1?:(M1 VM. . KBRZ-1460 The First Methodist Church of Anglelon \va? the site of the double-ring ceremony which united IMis.c Avi? Ann Turner and Carl Alton Shell, Sunday nfiernoon nt 3 p.m. Rev. J. W. Mills led the couple in their rites before an altar GARY HDW. A Sporttnc Gnorl* I? \V. PrnaH Ph. .V 4P2Z Vole For 0. L. "Mac" McKay rumllrtate for CANAI. COMMISSIONER Braiod Rlirr Harhnr ,\»vl- tatinn District Jlllr fi, 1!>5T Your R. C. A. Whirlpool dealer in Brazospnrt JIM VOORHIES RCA WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES T! Circle W»y, L-ike .Tsrkson Phonn 1-J518 or 7-7175 Welcomes Yns Rates are up, but.., Allstate still offers a better auto insurance r::r£=E- —-—::: •Vear alone m ,a,. ,»« ^ ^ "^ """'""^ diV ' de » d «vi^ I'rflO OI<T ,J/_Aj,. ( , (( , 0 , year m (he pa( , L Before you buy or renew auto insurance, see or phone your Allstate Agent and let him show you why now, more than ever before, Allsiale is your besi auto insurance value! . hol(ier - ''roof Ihat> W haiever Iwpiwiw, you ,a,, be sure you're in 8<>od with AILsiaie: At ihe « m e time, Allsute'i net CLARK ELDER FLOURNOY Sears, Roebuck and Co. Bldg. Freeport, Texas Phone 3-2902 I Eat Plenty and Toke Off Ugly Fu. tdke wi'Ji You re in good hondi wilh .., i i^lth 1. 11 a Marvation diet. Wu. i>ol teuuce ihe sensiblfc \vay me Ba i '-f n; ra ; e \v ay ? K«»arl; ! re. en million botlleg of tbia re . lark&bU |/>. uduti, >uld in Teif , •in 15 yean. | : You ekl plenty. T»k» Barc«n ] rule and waich the fdl, just Bfei i i melt away. If the iery flr I jlile doasn'i t'low you the way '• uiite, relui'ii i ; "- euiply bottle / 1 -r aior'C-V b." ' . ilu. l-'uby r' ; r'.s. -ill S. 17 ',-11101°.. Tex 18. lust 33 puuada U. WC Eastern Starrs Installed Past Grand Matron Mr*. Mildred Garlitz of Fort Worth was present in Wesl Columbia Sat- t***jr evMilfif I* insui! the n«w : otticers «f the eastern Star i Chapter 705. ! Mrs. Ruth Crouch was in-, stalled as Worthy Matron and: Roy Emery »* Worthy Patron ' aufiriK the ceremonies in the MiJmentary sthool. Mrs. Gar- ilitz was assisted with the in| jMS, on with n team from •throughout the state. Also insalled were Mrs. Ma-! bel-Frazier. associate matron: 1 • 1 ' "~ - S" S. Frarier, associate patron; Mrs. Cressy Emery, secretary; 'Mrs. Corrine CUyton, treasurer; Mrs. JXHI Orr, conductress; and Mrs. George EmprinRham, assistant conductress. Also. Mrs. Lucille Gordjn. chaplain; Mrs. Rebecca Bailey, marshal; Mrs. Thelma Craig, organist; Mrs. Lucille Gate?, Ada: Mrs. Mary D. Griffin. Ruth: Mr?. Marie J.enamou. Esther: Mrs. Mary Mitchell. Martha: Mrs. Ruth Har", F.lec- tra; Mrs. Charity Schendcl. warder; and R. H. Westmoreland, sentinel. *.n ari-n was formed of pink gladioli by the Rainbow Girls from the IOCKT mapler. These ! girls performed a flower drill, 'after which Mr* Garlitz wel- ' coined the guests and introduced the members of her installing team. The retiring matron and patron. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bailey, called the meetins to ordei- and \velcomed all guests. Rebecca JOIIPS and Patricia Allen, granddaughters pf Mrs. _'rouch, brought the open Bible to the aitar, after, which Airs. Father Hanna of Houston sang "Bless This House." Mrs. Crouch introduced the members of her family, after which Mrs. Ruby Vick presented the Baileys with the past matron and patron jewels. Michael Jones presented his grandmother, Mrs. Crouch, with .» white ivory gavel. i A living orohirl ,Tewel Drill was given by the Garlitz Girls, the Chapter Worthy Matrons during 1MJ-53 when Mrs. Garlit/, was Grand Matron. Mrs. Emery represented the hostess chapter in this drill, after which the orchids were dropped into a basket for the Estarl Fund. Mrs. Gnrlitr wns presented with n $400 religious education scholarship for the Grand I Chapter, the first presented thtf' year. This f:ill scholarship will-', be given to a worthy studenfe • for a religious education, v- Mrs. Ruth Lau?.on of Anjl«<; ton presented gavels made OR ithe Masonic Oak of Brazorllj. [to Mrs. Crouch, Mrs. Bailey anc, iMrs. Gui-lit*. Mrs. Hanna'nang 1 | the benediction, "The Lord'f- i Prayer." , v; I Mrs. Clyde Harper and Mr*; 1 , i Westmoreland were hostesnej" inR Hie reception. • ;• Gretna Green It the nam» «f-l a Scottish village once furnoutv for eloping couples. Jn In ancient times, the df»f; often were regarded ni and killed. MB. AND MRS. CARL ALTOH SHELL —Photo by Jack Grttnbtrj Shell-Turner Vows Recited In Angelton flanked by « gold cross and gold candelabras, surrounded by white chrysanthemums and gladioli. On either side of the al'.ar \ver» emerald palms. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Turner are the parents of the bride and the groom's parents s,-e Air. and Mrs. C. P. Shell of Grav- son. La. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a chacel- lenfctli gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta. It featured three- quarter length sleeves and a round collar accented with small daisies. The daisies were also used on ruffles at the end of the sleeves line. A shoulder- length veil of tulle was attached to a pearl-clustered liara. Pink delight roses, lily of the valley and English ivy leaves were prominent in the crescent shaped bridal bouquet. The matron of honor, Mrs. John B. Hamlel. wore a jpink cryslalette which featured ! a fitted bodice with full skirt. !The dress had an open nec.k- jline and short sleeves. She car- ;ried an arm bouquet of blue I carnations. | Miss Gracie Buctha served ja.« bridesmaid and wor a blue 'dress identical in style to that .of the matron of honor. Her arm bouquet was of pink carnations. .Tim Flowery of Freeporl 1'- tended the groom as best man and Pete Mays nf Grayson, La., served as groomsman and ush- • er. | The mother of the bride chose a dress of brown and white with white accessories. The dress featured pleaU in the , front. Her corsage consisted r.f | pink roses and carnations. The croom's mother wore a soft pink | lace dress with matching pink | accessories. Her corsage was also of the pink roses and carnations. Following th" ceremony, the wedding party assembled in th' recepiton hall of the church to receive the guests. A table ov- 'erlaid wilh a pink cloth and pink net held the refreshments Pink and white daisies in a fryslal bowl were used a; floral decorations for the refreshment table. A three-tiered wedding cake •vith the traditional bride and rnoom and clusters of pink rosebuds on the sides centered the tahle. Lime punch was also served. Serving at the reception were Misses Edith McDonald and Lo*a Ann Mays. Guests registered in the're- ccption hall on a table covered with white satin and accented nv an arransement of pink and white carnations. Miss Carrie Carulhers assisted in register- in? the guests, i For her going away attire the I bride chose a while linen 'heath dress with an empire •vaist line that held a pink cord it was complimented by blue 'irid white accessories and a or»a-ie of pink delight roses rorn her bouquet. After a wedding trip the mu •>K will be at home in Angle- on T"e groom is now employ- 'I hv Dow Chemical Company 'i Prer-port. The bride is a 1957 g la duat" Angleion Hig'i Hciiool and H- groom is a |f>55 ?raduate of •ra.vson High School. Out ot ic," n quests for the cddjni ln-i.n-rt: Mr. a".d Mrs P. Shell Mr. and Mrs. P. ( 1&y.«, a!) of Gra^on; Mis. o' '•''• Crocker and Mrs. Tayford Bi-nson and daughter Carolyn, all of Houston; Mrs. H. V. Mc- I'lish, Aii'-fn: and Mr». R. H. . C.'ro>bv of Scheru. COMPARE WITH A FAMOUS MAKE AT 9.95 6 POSITION ADJUSTABLE IRONING BOARDS Tt's n fact . . . thosp tup quality all stool ironing boards are tag£<>'l with the'lowest prir-p anywhere . . .actually saves yoi more than you pay. T;n quoise,. 3 PC. PAD'N COVER SETS 3.27 VALUE. Look at nil you cot for one low price. . . thick foam pad. scoich- proof Silicon? cover phis handy clothespin has:. quality all stool ironing . ' vith Mi O7 Ptatk Drop* ValiiiM T« 1.59 •^•.^ J«tf in llm« for iTiMtr dteoratiot! Big iej«tiM ol pattern* with centtr T»|««e«: aH of fir.t 411.1%. 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