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first Vapitoi Column By WILMA OGItVIE Mr.'. France? Garnet an<5 George McNeel left Wednesday for Kansas where they-attended the wedding of Mrs. Garnet's sort. Ed Garnet. Mr. aitd Mrs. O!to Ea!y. Molly and Doug, re turned 10;,ic last week from a vacation ".'ip which took them to Illinois .where they visited with Mr. Ealy's sister end her familv. ,1. C. Rogers Jr.. superintendent of schools, left last Thursday for a trip of several d.-iys intcrvicwin-: teacher prospects for the local school. Huntsvillc and Nacosdoches were amon? the towns he visited during tin-, interviews. Mr. and Mrs. Irl Hoper IP!'. Wednesday for a short fnp. fitirins which they will visi; with relatives in Dallas and Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Bell l"fi Friday lor a" vacation trip to Carlsbad Caverns and o .1 through the Davis Mountain'; and the Big Bend Goun'ry of West Tc.xas. Paula and Kat•:Icen accompanied their parent-. ; Miss Margaret Mitchc'l r.f Brownsville visited recently with Miss Ann Dona.lhey. Dur- inf! the visit, they were io.ncd by Mi.-s Sandra Stone of Halve- :on for several days. .*. T.. Donashcy and John at- 1c'." ; .-d a family reunion of tl'J Domnheys in Longvicw las' w ~": end. .'-an Renfro is attending sui nutT classes at the University of Houston, having complied her first year at the University of Texa'. She. is visiting on week end' with her mo the-. Mrs. .lohn Fcnfro .-' ^n nnd Nan Bau^h. del.eli- te-• of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey j5-,. n F; ar e staying at home t'-'s siimm"" while aitordiiv cla-se" at Wharton Junior, i.'ol- Jnir, TH^V p'-e on vacation frr<tn r'?.-"'s at Southwestern Uni- vr "-•';>' in Georgetown. "'-'. .linvnv I.arrabee and d- '-'tor of Port Neclns a;- r -- •! iif-v last week for a visit rv :h 1-"'- narcnts, Mr. and Mr*. <( , nlpc i K'"« Henslev. """"' and Mrs. Milarn H THB FACTS Miss Eargle Is Wed In Sweeny Ceremony;^ Hie First Baptist Church in: tha Ann Woodali and Oeraldlne .Sweeny was the scene of the I Holland were the candle IIJTM- \vedding Fridny evening ofjCrs. (Mi.-s Gloria Eartfo and Daoylel At the reception held in the .Gene Chamberlain. The Rev.! church annex Miss Marthalu i.Ton Karele of Waco, brother o [l H °°d registered the guests, and :the hririe, read the double ring' !he bridal attendants presided I vows in a setting of white flow- al tne birde's table. ers. palms an« rerns. I For a brief wedding trip, the I The couple's parents are Mr. 'bride chose a lavender dres 'and Mrs W. G. Earlgle of maker's suit with white nece Sweeny. Mrs. .Tack Demon of • sorie* and wore « -.vhite orchid iFrecport and John Chamber-, corsage. i'ain of Rus-h Springs, Okla. ! T^ 16 couple will make their Miss Ruby Lynn Roberts ; home in Sweeny where the played the traditional wedding I bride-groom is employed by marches and accompanied Miss jChambliss-Kirksev. Inc. . Dixie Saunders, who also serv- ~ ° • ed an honor attendant to the QtllnOHl' Tfl bride, as .-.he sang "Because" jOlUUCIIl IU ang nnd "The Lord's Prayer." i Evart Martin, University of The bride, given in marriage Houston student, who spoke of- by her father, wore a gown of ;< 5n at WillowDrive Chapel be- c'hantilly lace in tulle over '. fore it obtained a full-time pas- candlelight satin that featured ,t° r . will fill the pulpit Sunday a molded torso wih high stand- .morning. June 23. up petal collar which was com-1 The Chapel, a newly-crested plemented by long tapered Church, will have members ot sleeves. The skirt, which swept i tlle Gideons as speakers at the into a cathedral train, was en-evening service. h.nnccd by panel:: oT lace and , Pastor Lester O. Probst and MIS3 JACOUII.'.NE Taylor's engagement and approaching marriage io Pvi. Kenneth Hardgrave is announced by lier parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Taylor of Lake Jackson. The prospective groom is ihe son of Mrs. Loyd Black- turn of Clsrksviii*. Ark. Th« wedding will be an event of July 6 —Photo by Chadwick tulle. Her veil of si'lc illusion from a rrown of seed pearls ;.nd she carried a cascade bo'i- quet of white orchids and s.;e- nhanotis which overlaid a white : n ' s wife and family are cur- fell 'rently on week's vacation. • C|ionn OUl)al1 3rasosport Atrt Brawria County, Thwrida,y, June M, 1987 MINER'S SUMMER FOOTWEAR SPECIAU M Thrifty Budget Sayings! I, Ml Two Architects To Speak To Brazosport Art League The Brazosport Art League's art form, architecture is of uat- first program of the new year wi u be prc?e mcd when League meets tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Freeport Comnnm- ily House. This program will be pre- ural interest to tho: the beauty. HilU , is a graduate .of Clan The arrival of deoutante Su- , r.ilblc. san Elizabeth has been announ- Miss Saunders of Kansas ced by her parent?, Mr. and City. Kan., cousin of the bride. Mrs. Baymond C. WaggonT of i Miss Jcanette Thompson of Ed- Lake Jackfon. Weighing in at ! na. and Miss Barabara Cham- seven pounds and ten ounces ' berlain of Rush Spring?. Okla.. she was born June 18 at Dow were the bridal attendants. Hospital. i They w ore gowns, in pastel col- — - • ors. of crysilene and taffeta thai, were designed with sweetheart necklines and were waltz Icnsthed. They carried flower fans and wore matching headdresses. Haskell Chamberlain was hi brother's best man with May who love no?!: Griffin and Newton Cun dieff of Sweeny as groomsmen. MISS WANDA DEE Sandcri' tngagem*nt to Otroll Norman K-iyk«nd»ll hai been announced by ha* pirenli, Mr. and Mri. J. D. Sander* of Lak* Jackton. Th* partntf ol !h» prospective groom »i» Mr. and MTI. 3. H. Kuyk»nd»H ft LongTiew. Tl.» wedding will b* an eysnl of Aug. Z4 in th* First Baptist Chfarch of Lake Jickson. —Photo by Chadwick Miss Shepherd Is June Bnde toclure. Fhiker attended A&Jt Colleg of Texas where he hnlso by Edward will be assisted by Hilla who studied architecture. Thomas S. nf Port Isnblc nre snondin' C-ie Flukcr. These men have been sutnpier with her parents. Mr. cmplovcd bv Houston architec- . nnd Mrs. B. R. Hanson, wlu'e tural firms and plan to begin Bem g 1no Howell attends summer el.isse^ the practice of architecture in SI '.'<". University of Ho'.ision. the Bra/.osport area this fall. Calvin Hooker and Cornrlnis Hilla will presscnt a water T<r -li arc two loral residents to demonstration for the interest ]•">-T for the Armv this month, of the art group. He bus been Bo'h reported to the induction doing water color work s.inc f j Thmsday evcnins's pi'osiam is one nto Art Lcn.^u-o members and their guests. truly monumental The First Methodist Church' Ben Norman served as the \ngleton was the scene of groom's best man. Ushers were » -dlelight wedding ceremony Kent Bobbins. Wayne Simpson, Miss Anne Shepherd and Nelson Fochner, and Sammv no Rudolph Cooper, botn of Holcome. A reception was held at the The bride's parents are Mr. Shepherd home following the the bride, and Jimmy Wheeler and Mrs. David Edwin Shep- ceremony. The ondc's table was of Sweeny. . herd, and the parents of the cove.-ed with white net over Wearing a lavender go\\ n. groom are Mr. and Mrs. Harold taffeta. SilveV candelabra hold • R. Cooper. Columbia, Miss. ing white tapers, a crystal The double ring ceremony punch service, and a throc-tier- was read by Rev. John W. ed bride's cake were placed Ushering were Frank Gi'cb of Angleton. Lcavenworth, Kan., cousin of matcinz the one worn by tK- maid of honor, petite Jackie Drnlon of Frecport. sister (he groom, was the flower girl. Mills, pastor of the church, at on the table. Young Charlie Stevenson serv- cd "Upholsterinq" Topic For HD Club center -'i Houston for a^jgn- mer*. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hooker a"d Mr. and Mrs. Will N.i.;h a' ''\r-tr respective parents " on Weems Jr. left af1«:r tr rl 0 ;:c of hipll School to bff- Sin h : s college study at :!ie Uu- jvi—.'ity of Texas, being taken ii Austin by his parents. P,-:lh Tj'i"ins, daughter of Burcll L^'jins. is al c o attending sum- nr • classes at the University. " 'r. nn'l Mrs. Roger McKinn n " of Mnntsville visited la..t wee); with her narcnlp, Mr. and M •-. F. W. Wlllouqhby. Vis. Rov While and three children of Fort Worth are v-sj- ilint here with Mr. While, who is cmnloycd in Old O< e- n q( present. People who fly into n 1,130 • 1-va.vs make a bad landing. Success conies before work only in the dictionary. 1548 and shared the tri-color Mrs. .T. M. Scluvobcl was hostess to the Hra/.oria Homo Demonstration Ohio Ttun'sdny award in the fine arts division morning with Mrs. Ann itcn- at the Brazosport County Fair «rix giving the demonstration la : t vcar n ^ ^ uo ^^ ° 1 ^ uoholster>n£ Ms- Not orih- does Hilla follow i»X '-hairs and materials s->p- the \vnvs 'of utilitv in his ar- P hod ''>' ""' hosiers. 8 p.m.. June 8. The bride was ring bearer. Misses Mar- given in marriage by her fath- reception were er. Arnold, Jane Decorations in the church Sides. Carol;, were highlighted with arrange- Ruth ments of magnolias and white stock, and white tapers were al«o used. Miss Virginia Foster was soloist. Her selections were "Be- i in shades of bci-c and brown. read on the local Ground Ob- cause." and "The Lord's Pray-'Her accessories were beige, and ervcr Post induri.ng a c.d«>n- er." She was accompanied al 'he wore a coroage of yellow the organ by Misss Barbara roses. : s still unable to attend mepj in."s due to a broken arm. In the absence of the civil defense chairman a report was In the house narty for the Misses Nancy Harris. Bette Cooper, and Vaughan. After a wedding trip to Gulfport. Miss., the couple plan to .nake their home in Angloton. The bride chose a sheath dress 'chitccttire, but tho.-e of beauty also and follows M 1 "-"- Schwehel -;a\e tne nobilitv. "throwin" of the day on ns— — '- ing foil in lining \egtulble bins to keep do\\u insect dam.ige and to give nn easily clean vd surface in the bins. During the busin.-'.ss nin-'uu. Mrs. Iloberl Roaiid ^ l .a- coin- mi'-sioncd to buy a ^ift tor the vear's Gold Star 4-II Club Girl. The reiT< at'.on of the d • y \\ a dirce'n-d b\- Mr:. r,e;'.ir,l gelatin in 1 can of consommme. w | )n nrsiln i/.i'd 'and eliiecled a iuul heat until the gelatin is bird, dissolved. Then add \ aspoon <ier of alerts to be held duiinj the remaining months of 19i7. Van Sickle. The bride's dress was a lerina :"asty Molded c rom Leftovers NEW YORK — ilf— Tasty leftover: Soften 2 teaspoons of •Ws. Jack Hill Chosen President ^f WC Auxiliary The bride is a student at An- bal- gleton High School and the length gown of white groom was educated in Missis- satin. with Fiand appliques of sipni. lace on the bodice and peplum. • Pre-nuptial parties honoring It was fashioned . a bouf- Miss Shepherd included a tea- beast or fish game. Two mysteiv p.-irkagc.^ '-. ei*- :>f salt, 1 teaspoon of white brought by Mrs. Charles M;> r - pcppVr and the juiccuf 1 lemon, felt nnd won bv Mis. Jacl' F,as- nd Mrs. H Use as a base for molded salad, on and Mrs. made from leftover vegetables. A get w ( I d Serve -.vith deviled eggs and by all members pre. cm to cold cuts for a complete lunch, sent to Mrs. H. C. H;.yshp. w Htv i 1 ' On Display This Week Only At Nowlin Jewelry A rrplica of jp\vefs by Trifari, fant wh'te tulle skirt. The brief shower held in the home of fitted jacket of lace with a Mrs. T. A. Munson S:-. with Queen Anne collar had long Mrs. Lucian Guy Rich as co- sleeves, ending in points over hostess. the hand. Her illusion veil was Both the honoree and her Mrs. .lark Hill was named suspended from a pearl cap mother were presented orchid president-elect of the West Col- which belonged to her mother, corsages, and the Munson home uinbia American Legion An\il-.She wore a diamond sunburst was decorated with spring "ary during their Mondav meet- P' n belonging Io her grandmo- flou-ers throughout, ing in the I.eg:on Hall." ther, and carried her great- Mrs. Thomas F. Hand. Mrs. A comple'e plate of officers grandmoiiier's lace hnndker- Frank W. Steven", Miss S-irah. -.ere rlected. to be installed on chief. The bridal bouquet was Shepherd. Miss Dolores B-idg- -'iily 1. Tb"v iivlude Mrs. Joe "f gardenias with satin leaves. p 't. Miss >\it Arnold, and Mj s <; Hro.-. vice president: Mrs. D. F. Miss Sarah Munson Shep- Frances Vaughan prcsidcc! at ( " : ran(-t.-iff. secretary; r\f r s . herd, sister of the bride, was the tea table during the after-; Thi'rm.nn Gunton. treasurer; maid of honor. She was aitired noon. '" Mr.-. Kdgar McGausliey. chap- in a govi'n of ice blue crystal-! Miss Shepherd was also lelte. with deeper blue chiffon "red with a luncheon :,t eiimmcrbund, ending in float- Dow Hotel. Mrs Charles iny panels. Her bouquet was of Arnold served as hoMess. blue daisies, and English ivy. ; this event. Misses Pal Arnold, Dolores _ A miniature bride aii-1 st-nom Badgctt and Frances Vaughan in a class dome seined as ihe I with the Amor-.and Mr?. Kent Itotmtns. sister centerpiece. from which nb- A dinner will be of the groom, w* i e bride.-maids. bons radiated to an American -d •worn by Mrs. liowcr ;il t!n> Jannnrv 21, I I). Ball Come By And See Them! Al! |ilay in Nowlin Jewelry 'ACROSS FROM LAKE THEATRE" LAKE JACKSON lain; Mrs. Gus Schaer. sergeant- ;>t-iirms: and Mrs. W. H. Pierce Sr.. parliamentarian. Mrs. Ed Williams is the retiring president. A joint installation will be i.i-ld mi Julv icnn Legion. on- the W. for Mri. Zeno Rudolph Cooptr :velyn Morrison 's Honoree At served to Ihe group at 7:30 p. Their gowns were made iden- Hefmiy rose corsage in. m the Legion Hall, with tical to that of the maid of of HIP 10 guilts, all members of the Auxiliary' honor, in pale pink and rteever A kitchen shower and the Legion invited to at-'pink. They carried boiKiurtu of at ln( ' lend. . pink daisies. for was |,dd home of Mrs. Chari"-; F. Curson, willi Mrs. Joe A. Ward assisting the hosier. The honoree u as pre>cii!rd a corsageof red carnations, nn. le.-ed with a miniature box .if fcouiing powder. Guests placed games designed to test their culinarv Imowlcd-je, aiui appropriate prizes were pru.v.nt- ed. A rehearsal dinner v. as held at Ihe home of Mr. and Mis Frank W. Stevens, with Dr and Mrs. Geon;e Miinhoii iilev - ens also auiiug as hosts. Approximately n<) pue. I- were ser\ed a delicious buffet jneal. O-.. Baptist Youth Council Chooses Revival Theme The Vuuth Council of First BaptiM Church ai Lake Jai k ion met la.st week to inj:,.- plans ami M|L-C-I a iheine f.> this weck'-i Youlh-led Ilc\nal. They chose "Oue|ier \\ith God," title of a II.-A soii^. ;• theme. Each i-,tnin-. cine of devotional. Mi.-s M.n riel S .. trie >uun>< [Jeunh: \'. ill ^i\e a an pi-t.- t -iii.;d Suniia-. iu^'i.-.- ()l!\ull<illi!t c.ll -'DuL-pi-l- with (ii:-i Miss Kvel\n ^iorl•ison of [•'rceport \\as hr.norec at a 'Yi'*- "Mlancoi's bridal shower held 'Umday e\i'nin" at 1:"M p.m. n the !''rcep r t!; Compiumty '•impvc. Mi's Mm-i-'ion i.s the bride-rlc -t of Cliff Williams and thc.v plan a .luh 7 vcd- dirt;. A tiierne of iiink and white v\'as n-'-d fe.r the shos\-er. Tb? .-crviinr table \\.is o\-crlaid with a white linen cloth of a rut- '.cor!-: desi".n. An arranyment of oink roseljnds intermingled v.-illi b-l's of l:cl;.ud was ih« featured floral ariansieineiit for the tat.lc. The \Mhite f,,k(.' :.i[uan-s :,er\- ed to thi; 3.i guests wuri- ae' ^nled by pink rosebud.-. Chic- u- 1 !) s-il.id sanriwiches fixed in '.n^il-faei 1 slyl*.- \\-erc also ser\''I. Knnt |uic-e nnncti \«.hich >a.; loiJivJ with fliyling :,;ra-,v- lurr:"-: an-l served f i om a crys- ' in nune'i :"r\'(i. 1 \ : , as the bev- '.•ia" r - refie :|ipT.'nt for the oc- <-a ^on. Crystal plates v,hich '• !d a-soitrfi nuts and minis " also on Ihe .ve.r\ins table. - honoiee \'.-a' pie.-ented .v. i a \\iiile caruatinn torsa^e and :'l>o 4 >ello\\- oriuu ban!;el. nhlrh i\ aa Hie shrnver gilt nf tiie ho-lessee, \vho uere: Mi.- W. S flienaiill. Mrs- E. It. I'.ibu. Mis. Harry E. Hiov.-n ;.ud Mri. F. W. Arriiuiori. i A fllll..,li,i-f,-l!,jv. :-l,i| Ifor joi.iix pu.iij],: |:i j, land up, folh.,,.4 cu-.h u At MrilllJa.v'i '.iec, y:'iu a.m.. I4ISS JAN£TTE Livanac'i tngagcmtni and approaching inattiag» le Billy Jot WUciyk it announced by h»r pai- onl» Mr and Mit. Ladd F. Livancc of Braioria. Th« par- wnli oi t);« g*4o.'a-io-ba ai» Mr. and Mil. JOB WUcgyk of Ddmoi;. Tht i.aplul vowi will b* >ol*mni»d July 6 at 9 d.m in ihi St. Micbad't Calfaolic Church of N««d ville Following Ih* c«r«mony an all day noplion will ba held ut Ihe Am«^«an Legion Hall in N«advUl» and will tcaiu.-j an sven.ng danc< thai will b* opan io ihi public. ;-ix tniough r>. they v.eie Iwdcii into t«u U'iiiii.-, the ! Hears and fantheii. Points :•.•;,'. i be inade tlnougtiout the v,ctl. •for bringing VIMIUI.-.. siugii, . •olo.s, tjiiotmjj Scriptuie.,, t: : . and a picnic Suttiidav inuiuin^ ,'AiJl hunor Iht v.iniunx team. Bill Glaii io the n.\ual cv- \iugc-list, and Veo r,r a > is ;.i j'-h.argc tA inu.-ic. Any .suu'i-, I ptOplt: WIH) WU(1 tri MfliJ ill lil..' Inigiilly Youli-. t.'hoii' are iy (iiicci ,\illi him at 7 p. ,11. at tl.j <--uui ch. Revival t:;r ic >;u,^e;;!^ainning Sunda^ The Rev. L. f,. Il,m;en -vill leonduet the revival at the Sr-.' I'uiJ Liapli.vt Church in Ol<i Detail which will begin June it .'iii'l iiiii ihruujjli the wi/ek. •Seivlie... will be held each eve MIII:; a! 7:911, willi Bob Irwin leading in tht song it-'rviL-;. The Ut .-. (,\ C. LaiTi.Mjii, pda- !"i, exl. ndi an invilaliun it/! liie :>ei .,,_!-., and pruniist-s lua- i Cliri:.ti,ni lives will be gi-.. j «i>- : enlianced by availing I hem ; .el-.e.s ui the o;jportmiity to 1 iiear I.OHJIJ tfuipel preachiii^. ^ Siui 4 to WMf*'« right for tpring and «urnm»r ityi* . . . and »h»f* 4t«th«rwtia'nt d«nl«ri «r« right for your wardrobtl Th«t HMU prie» it w right for your budget! — M««y Offc»r StyUt to Ctteot* From— Genuine Imported White «r Natural Raffia SIZES 4 r« 10 Th« n«w crau in br«*iy Smart, lighfwtight «tr«w gaily trimm«d with bright orn«m«ntl 6tt your i right «w«y! Many Other Stylei and Colon to Chooie From? COMPARf ELSEWHERI SAVE AT LEAST $1.00 ON EVERY PAIR! CHILDMN'S 1IZIS Snoll 4 lo L«i* ) ll'l comlorlibl«. ».4>hib!t (will on ipringy eutSion.cr«pt lolclt Younqittn ,jv« th«ir ityU. Smtrf moth«n «4v« tK* terrific vtlult MEN'S AND BOYS' HEAVY DUIY FABRIC CASUALS • Brown • Blue • Washable TiRRIFIC VALUE AT— • Form-Fitting Archti • H««vy Duly Optn W»«y« • F»(herw*iqht Cork Monki Cloth Upptn Rubber waight U Sol,.— ttfeitufa 213 W. 2nd Ave. Freeport

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