The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 24, 1957 · Page 7
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, June 24, 1957
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Ceuuty, Monday, June 24, 1957 Hanley- Warren Vowsl&d , Mlit Miry Stuart Warre fc«e*m« the bride of Charle H»nl«y in a dot'bl* nn ftny Saturday aflernoo •t 4 p.m. fh the St. Mary, Sta Of the Se» Churcn in Freeporl ttie Rev. GeriVd E. Mti"ruirc C. S, f. of Los Angela, Calif pefformed the ceremony be I9te an altar nanxed wltl baskets of white glndioli an rtotk. Parent* of the couple arv Mr*. Mly Warren of Frccport •nd Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Han ley Jr. of Fannin. Traditional weddlnv music was provided on the organ bj Roland Combs, who rendered a processional by Krerhel and the rtcfssional by Bottarzo. , The bride, given in marriage by her brother, I. E. \\?rren Jr., chose for the ceremony •own of Chantilly ]« C c and tulle over taffrtn, fwhioned •\rith * bodice of lace, fratur- Int » scanoped V-neck'ine and long tleevei which were pointed at the hands. Tlie noor length skirt of tulle was ap- pllqued with lace nn-l pearls Her flnfertip veil of illusion floated from a tiara of lace and p»arls. She carried a white prayer book overlaid with roses and stephanotis." Mrs. C. V. Pessarra of Freeport attended her' sister as matron of honor. She was gowned In a dress of white lace cov orlng pink taffeta. The head piece was also of pink and fea tured a scalloped face veil Contrasting white carnations seed pearls and long streamers idorned the pink fan which she carried. An Identical dress of white ace over blue taffeta was worn by the bridesmnid, Miss Teanle Lannom of Houston. She wore a blue headpiece vith a blue Illusion veil. The blue fan which the bridesmaid carried had scalloped vhich were outlined pearls. White carnaMonj were 1.16 used en the fan which leld blue streimers. Clarke Hnnley of Victoria erved his cousin as best man vith .Tames Vernon McMullcn !so of Victoria, as (rrooms. nan. Ushers wore Berry Col- toria and C. V. Pesnarra of Freeport. ,, For ,, hcr daughter's wedding, Mrs. Warren chose a dress of blue lace fashioned with three- qunrtM- length sleeves and complimented with navy cessorles and white roses. _ Bluoms mother was attired in -a dress of blue figured silk. She wore matching navy accessories and » conaga of white roses. i A reception was held following the ceremony in the Freeport home of the bride'. sis- ler, Mrs. C. V. Pesfavra. Pink a corsage of! The groom's' . . . . and blue were used on serving table in the the dining room, covered with an organdy; cloth, and accented with si]-' ver candelabra. Two punch services were also on the table The % bride's table was cov- •red with pif,k tulle over tsf- r et* and held a three-tiered vedding cake, embossed with link orchids. The houseparty for the re. eption included: Mrs ft <f' Breard, Mrs. P. J. Cl'osmnmv rtiss Mary Ross, Houston; n =, T T ^ ry ' Ol - Mlss Mar y "<"». Hnuiton- -< in and Jesse Coffey of Vic- Mrs. H. H. Hachford, New OrM" Mr*. Charle* Scott Hanley —Photo by Fred Winchell leans, La.; Mri. Harold Singer Marshall; Mrs. Clarke Harley Victoria; Miss Mary Anita' jPessara, Freeport; and Mrs. Ralph Prltchett, of Corpus Christ!. For a wedding trip to Aca- puloo and Mexico City, '.he bride was costumed in a blue linen sheath fui.ioned with a jacket and complimented with while accessories. Upon their return th* couple will make their home a. 2305 North Wheeler in Victoria. The bride Is a graduate of Freeport High School. She attended Our Lidy of the Lake College in San Antonio and Is a graduate of the University of Texas. The groom attended Victoria College and he is now employed as vice 'president of the Victoria bank ami Co. He is also eurrent- ly president of the Victoria Chamber of Commerce. Out-of-town guests who vere present for the wedding ncluded: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hanley Jr., Fannin; Mri. Scott. Min Lanier Henley, Mrs. T. C. Urban Jr., and Mr«. -- Joan Bau. . Victoria; Mr. and Mrs. | Thomas Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. |J. W. McCann. Mr. and Mr.. | Ted, Gaden, Mis. Mary Ross, ! Honald Coughlln, M. A. Judah Mr iMr HE FACTS Miss Chariene Goeke Is Bride! In Freeport Lutheran Service Page? Miss Chariene CJoeke and best man for the wedding with imps P»-»ef«M ?1lrl M _ :.-j T ... ~ .... --•*""«? wlill on Elkins recited .he vows whicli united the'm in marriage on Saturday, June 22, at 8 p.m. in St. Paul's American Lutheran Church in Freeport. ' • — -•--"•ft, IT ALII Lester Little and Roy Ewald ferving as groomsmen. The ushers were Alfred Ewald and Donovan Swanson. The bride's mother -was attired in a dress of pink lace tuvu m ri tiress oi Parents of the bride are Mr. over taffeta with ma-chin* nnH! Mrs. C. H. Goeke of Fre,- Memories, and she wore "n port. The groom is the son of I orchid ' Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Elkins of Alvin. The double rini? ceremony was performed by R ev . R L Fackler before an altar which held baskets of gladioli, asters and stock. On either nide of the altar were white candela- lu a , dJ ° rnfid vilh greenery and holding tall, white candl»s Mr?. R. A. Borup rendered the nuptial music at the organ and accompanied W M. Hoffman as he sanp "The Lord 1 -. Prayer" and "O Perfect Love " The bride, given in marriazr by her father, wore a ballerina corsage. Mrs Kikins wore a dress of pink chiffon with matching accessories and an orchid corsage. Following the ceremony, th bridal party assembled in the reception hall of the K and C Community House to receive the guests. The service table, whirh held a two-tiered weddine cake topped with bridal fig^ urines and a ptmch service was accented with a center- Upon their return they live in Lake Mr. and Mrs. ployed by Dow Chemical Co. The bride and 1955 high 0,'hoc Mrs. Elkins is a B .«,,, ua[e or Brworport High and her h u«- Try M.llo-D.MlUc and «•« how food rnilh eon b* Jackson. Both Elkins are em- groom arr of THIS IS HAIRY MONTH SANITARY FARM DAIRIKS at jour stort or at TOUT door" 500 E. M»ln-Ph. S-2015-ciute piece, the bride's bouquet Baskets of gladioli and stock decorated the reception hall. Ann Reichle reg- Miss a rnold<;d bodice and Mrs. James Preston Elkins —Photo by Chadwick . „,_, IJV , IKJ^. an( <hort sleeves which were com- ana Mrs Plemented .with bridal mitts, icutlin* of was p _... D. D. Malone Freeporter To Tour Europe With Austin. College Choir . The ballerina length skirt •vat two-tiered and of matching organdy. Her fingertip veil ed over hy Mrs. _. and Mrs. Duane Marion The cutfini? of ths wedding cake was done by Miss Charlotte Pool and Mrs. Walter Manske. When the couple left for Wiliiam A. Freeland Freeport is one AT 40 students •elected to maxe an Europeen concert tour with the Austin College A Cappella Choir. ,Names of chcii •elected from the of illusion fell fro-n an'or-an-j-v-edding 'trip "to""sand'era^and dry headpiece which was em-i Ssn Antonio, the bride was oroidered w ;;;- , es d noa:-ls.|- A - c "ing a dress of turquoise She carried a wnte Bible cov.l'talian silk, accented w ih •^red with a green orchid andj^'y accessories and an crch'id j white rosebuds. 'ror^age. Mrs. Freddie Brown Aus ' r 'a. Italy, England, lege choir by competll'.... „„- dltlons,- have been announced by Director Bedford. Freeland and other member, will return lu , ne - „„. ., „ Sherman, Tex., campu» July 27 • Aust '" College v.-uh a before the to Arnslcrdsm A tiff, 4 The tour, which has been un- 'matching shoes and set off i derwritten by an anonymous ! witn « bouquet of yellow! Idalalei. The headpiece 'which! 'oned 'ir members, j donor i will last five weoks and i 0 "' 1 '" 1 "- The headpiere •* ie larger col-' cover tight countries: the Neth- '** v:OTf "*'*' a! 'o fashn 'mpetllive an- er ' an d, Belgium, France, Ger-<* Tnm yellow dal.'ies. on .. _.._ i many. Austria. Ttaiv i.'r\ni^^,i i The hH^<jeMM«i^» ir__ bridesmaids. Mrs. r>on Seen announced '"""•'• «"Mna. naiy, Kngland,! lne nnaesmalds. Mrs. r>on Robert Waynei ancl Sco "an<I. The choir will ap- Swanson, »ist»r of the bride 1 pear in public and church con- 1nf * MlM Joyrn P.uhr-.ann a ! certs, on radio and TV, and at "ousii. r,t the brid» wp r < Nou, military bases. . ; dressed identically to the ma 'he ...*1 eela . nd i. ». spring graduate iron of honor. major, Chnrles Si.ef;<>ir ! ' • to FREEPORT INSURANCE AGENCY OLDEST IVStTtANCK AGENCr m BRAZOHIA COUNTT Phone 3-5252 1» W. Bror--- Freeport Held In LHom 1 •BBBSBSSi The Community Calendar MONDAV. Jf.VE 54 i2:15 p.m.—F,-eeport Sorop. timist Club. Dow Hotel 7: 2?. ? , m - Opti-Mrs., Dow Hofl 7:30 p.:n. _ Lcke Jackson Jay.-ec-s, .Tsycee Cl'ibhouse, Lake Jackson 7:30 p.m—BrazjspcTl VFW Aux 83-76. Velasco Community Hojse 7:30 p.m.— We^t Columbia Jaycses. Fire Ho'.ise, West Columbia 7:45 p.m.— Flight D, No 9886 Air Reserve Squadron MeeMng, Agriculture Room Brazosport Senior Hteh School 8:00 p.m.—Frteport Oddfel- lows Lodge ^a. Sfl, /OOF Building, Freeport 8:00 p.m.— Veiacco Eastern Star Meeting. Freeport 8:00 p.m.—Fraternal Order of Eagles Aux. 1111, FOE Home, Highway 238 8:00 p.m — Lake Jackson Alcoholics Anonymous, lor place of meetinz call 72940 TUESDAY, JUNE 55 9:00 a.m.— Brazosport Women's Golf Association, Freeport Oolf Course 11:30 a.m.- Lake .Jactaon, City Cafe, Lake Jackson 6:30 p.m.- ^ngleton Lions Club, Angleton Community House, 7:00 p.m.—B;aMspprt Or.:- mi&t club, Do"- i;otei 7:00 p.m.—Ladies Auxiliary, Velasco Fire Dept.. Fire fetation, Vclnsco 7:30 p.m. _ Ln ke Jackson Eastern Stir, Lake Jack- Eon Mafonic Hall 7:30 p.m.- Y Wives. Civic Meeting Room, Brazosport Savings Center 7:30 p.m.— K of p Gulf Lodge No. 197, K of P Hall, x'eUusci: 7:30 p.m.— Freeport Lions Club. Prot Cite. Freeport 8.00 p.m.—Air Reserve Meet- in?, Legion Hall, Freeport WF.D7VESDAY, JUNE 2« 12:15 p.m.—Freeport Klwa- nis, Dow Hotel 7:00 p.m.—Marine Reserve, American Legion Hall, Lake Jackson Call Frwpott 3-1311, Extension 224 for Listing Presented as a public service by The Dow Chemical Company Texas Division , . . , •nd Mrs. P. J. Clotmnnr, and Mrf. H. S. elect of Robert O'Leary of Long : ."I*. 5 Koke n» was also pre- Island, New York. i sent «l a corsage of the white a __, ., .- __• mums. Assisting Mrs. Hutson as co-'-—-TELEVISION LOG _ n i.^.o. iiniiMjil OS LU™ hottes. wa« Mrs. Del ores Schrlerer. ,..-.. ..,. u ».,. v . M , 0 . jmtiira, Eleven guests wer* present I David Hand, and Miss Bever- 'or the event and presented the ly Drawe, all ot Houaton. | honorce with many useful gifts Other guest* were: Mr.l for tn « kitchen. The serving table overlaid MONDAY 4:09 (2) Star Performance (13) KlUrilc'i Party 4:30 (J) Looney Town <U) I Led J Lives 8:00 (2) Roy Roger. ~~~ (8) Featurette (11) Range Rld«r (13) Mickey Mouse Club 8:SO (11) Sport, and Weather 3:45 (11) Doug Kdwurda and , the News «:M <irWorld~Ari,arge " ~~ (8) The Friendlv Giant 7 (11) My Little Margin (13) T. V. New« 8:10 (13) Weathergal (2) Today In Spoils 8:H (13) John Daly and tha New. .. (2 Channel 1 Newsreel •8) Magic Doorviya «:8S (2i Weathercast 6:30 (ID Robin Hood <2) Nat King Cole 1131 Hold Journey 18) To Be Annoanccd 8:45 (2) NBC New. TUESDAY 8:25 (11) Morning Hymn 6:30 (J) Morning Devotional* (H> Rural Revalue 8:35 (2) George Roe«ner 8:45 (2) George Roemer 8:13 (13) Sign On 7:00 (J) Today (11) Captain Kangaroo (13) Soundtrack 7:30 (I) Life Sciences 7:45 (U) UVIdeo Lane and Mr.. Lawrence Coughlln, Ml«« Mary Ann Perujslna, Qalveston: Mr. and Mra. John C. Langley, Mexico City, Mexico; Mr. and Mr*. H. H Rachford. New Orleans; Mr. and Mr.. Harold Singer, Mirpha.ll- Mr. adn Mrt. Ralph Pritchett, Corpus Chrlstl; Mri. Minnie Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Prltchetl, McKeman of Palestine. Here's Perfumed Rice For June Brides 7:00 (U) I Lov« Lucy <2> Twenty One (13) All-Star Theatre (8) The Written Word 7:30 12) Robert M (11) December (13) Lawrence Welk Tean Show <l> Houston ^School- board •:00 (11) Burn. & All*n S:30 (3) Wells Ca.x.i (11) Talent Scuuts (13) Stat« Trooper 8:00 (2) Home (11) Garry Moore Show 8:13 (8) IndustryOn Parade I 8.30 (11) Arthur Godfrey WILTON, Conn. —m\— Now Time (wedding guests can shower the <8i The Latin Amerlras' hridal couple with perfumed , . ——• - i rice. ! "8:00 (2) The Price Is Right " la the Idea of a perfume i ill Values /n Literature ! manufacturer, naturally. He has ; 8:30 (21 Truth or Conse- | Packaged the s<-ented rice in j quence^; I white sjtin drawstring bags (U) Strike It Rich j i l'*d with blue ribbon, for the bride to tuck In hope chett, luggage and linens. Or, the rice U available in seven-ounce package, for distributing among the guesta for showering tha cou- with a lace cloth and White mums floral arrangement as Human Ailment ; (13) Romper Itoom 8:45 (8) Sign Off 10:00 (2) Tie Tac Dough (11) Valiant Lady 10:15 (11) Love of Life 10:30 (2) It Could Be You (11) Search For Tomorrow (13) Hollywood Theatre 9:00 (11) Studio One <2'Sir Lancelot (13) Death Vallev Day§ 9.30 12) Science Kio'ion j OSMVini Servi e 10:00 (J) Badge 714 (11) Chy Detective (13) Movietime U S \ 10:30 (2) Final Edition News (U) Late Show 113) Movieiin* U. S. A 10:40 U) Late Movie Date li7»5 (18) Ut« New. 12:00 (2) Sign Off (11) Sign Off J:25 (11) N*w» K«udlinei 1:10 (11) Evening Hyma pie aa they leave on their honeymoon. (Angeliqu* Ferfumei). New Members Honored 11:00 (2) Movie Date The new member, of Epsilon (11) Amos 'n Andy Sigma Alpha Sorority were (IS) Life With Elizabeth honored recently with a lunch- 11:30 (11) As tha World Turns eon In the home of Mr. W L "" ' ° Smith of Lake Jackson. New members are: Mr«. Harry Spell, Mrs. Oliver Tarbell and Mrs. A. O. Condra. They !w«re presented with pins in a (pledge ceremony which was led by Mr.. Leonard Vaught, (13) 1 Spy 12.00 (11) Our Miss Brooks ilS> l.lberace 12) Tennessee Ernie HI) I.lnkletter'» House Party 1:00 12> NBC Matinee Theatre (II) The Hig Pjyoff U3) Action Cnlvacade 1:30jll) Bob Crosby 2:00 (2) Queen foe A Day HI) Brighter Day U3v l.iberai-e '^•15 HI) Secret Storm 2:30 (11) Edie ot Night U3i Life With Elizabeth 2:45 (2) Mudein Romances '1:00 (2) Comedy Tim's HI) Early Show U3) I Spy 3:30 i2> Winners Circl« (13) Krazy Kat Theatre . during the luncheon period GARY HDW. 111 W. U/u*4 Ph. I tKU KUEtPOKT V* H«udl« A Completa Line OF ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE SELLERS- HARBOUR Insurance Agency PHONl J.JJM 311 r»ik Ay.. »ecp«rt 3^' : <""l - • "** "•*"•"•"'«*'• ^j NOW SHOWINO JOANCOUINC •MVNI MANMKO OANBAJUY NOW BROWING is thf ^vord for Hu That's the way Humble customers describe Humble service. It's the kind of service that takes a neighborly interest in your car ... that has a neighborly understanding of the way you want things done . . . that's based on neighborly courtesy and neighborly friendliness. It's service that Tcxans like and appreciate .. . that makes you feel of borne the minute you stop on a Humble dealer's driveway. Stop for service under your neighbor's Humble sign. COIKY, UlamI, Fla., Saaquar* lum porpoise, guu treatment (or aomatliuig mayba you didn't know porpoisea could get- sunburn. Applying tha lotion U pr-t!y Pat Patterson. Corky g«ta thla touchup treatmont peHodicaJly. u« doe» fmcy leaps, rtn.u a gon?. unfurls a fltg, r«trlcv«s. (InternationaU ; t THEATB AKL JACKSUN NOW SHOWING BATTLE HYMN ROCK HUDSON MARTHA HVER . . TO -new. ANV StOHY WHAT WOUU0 MAKS Vai •O LOOK \.Kt A H8flO"VO«y Q.\KY COOPER In IN CINEMASCOPE "FRIENDLY PERSUASION" NOW SHOWINH BATTLE SOD ROCK HUDSON MARTHA HYER —Plu»— "WILD STALLION 1 NOW SHOWING "WORLD WITHOUT END" —Has— No Place To Hide HUMBLE Ren rooms under Humble are extra clean.' ,. * ¥•«. "«•'.',¥.% *'. A>' i^Lv*^ r~\f<$&fr*b* . *•

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