The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 25, 1957 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Freeport, Texas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, June 25, 1957
Page:
Page 6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

and Brasoria County, Tuesday, June 25, 1957 THE FACTS Miss Gilliam Weds In Baptist Ceremony In » double ring cereir Saturday morning in the Fi Baptist Church in Bra- MJSJ Virginia Dare Gill daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Gi'liam, and Dewey F.ri •Weatherford, son of Mrs. C. Carter, exchanged their rr riage vows with the Rev. I man Coe reading the mfi a",es service. The vows were exchanged an altar flanked by baskets white gladioli. The bride entered on t arm of her father and wore v'hite formal gown of net <v taffeta. The long-sleeved jack>was of embroidered net wi the net skirt fashioned wi; tier upon tier over taffeta. He Jingertip length veil pf illusUv was held with a crescent shar ed bandeau of pearls. She ca^ ried a bouquet of white rarna tions. Miss Kathryn Vollbaum serv ed as maid of honor. Her ballerina length gown of nylon l?c» over taffeta was ice blue. A white la« picture hat and a nosegay-type of white rose burls completed her costume. Miss Janette Giiliam and Mi?s Jeanine Giiliam served t u nir sister as bride's maids and wore gowns of flocked nylon tissue in shades of pink. The necklines were draped and the skir-ts '.v've tiered. They car- r<e pink rosebud nosegays and •wore lace picture hats identical to that of the maid of honor. The flower girl. Susan •igherty, wore a bouffant • ow gown and carried a ,-p basket of flower petals, ty Dougherty served as g bearer. i'he groom was attended by brother, Bill Weatherford, cst man, with Charles Meek Jack Smith as groomsmen , ushers. Jrs. J. H. Hudgens at the ,an provided the traditional :dding marches and a pre- le of music before the wed- ,g party entered, .liss w'illie Hargett register. the guests. ollowing ihe ceremony, a jeption was held in the ed- ational building of the i'.irch. A tiered wedding cake cen- red the damask 'aid tsble, ,-ith a crystal punch set for iie frosted lime punch. Miss largett served the bride's cake -,-ith Miss Mattie Ann Davis at '.IP punch bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Wcathcrford ,eft for a honeymoon in Corpus Christ! with the bride wearing a two picrc dressmaker suit of ice blue shantung accessories and a picture hat. with white white lace Sweeny, Old Ocean News — I By MATTIE LEE JORDAN The fact that thera have the city been no accidents in limits for the past Angletonian Marries In California Rites The Catholic Chapel at Ed- 10 davs sp eaks •wards Air Force Base in Edwards, Calif., was the site of a May 1 wedding which united Miss Carol Jean Beaudine and Airman first class Ronald V. Hargis. The Father Frorpe of- wcek or veil of Sweeny drivers for driving hazards :iave been most prevalent. for new and modern homes. Directors of the First Methodist Church are busily engaged in plans for a new sanctuary that they hope to get underway soon. The chased Besides streets being blocked | their membership properties educational has pur- adjoining building, with large houses that w<?re, wnicn resulted in having two being moved, the trafic lights houses moved from that loca- i'cYaTed at'the double" ring cer- in the downtown area are not tiorli w here they plan to erect f emony. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Beaudinc of Kent, Minnesota and the groom's parents are Mr and Mrs. Ben B. Hargis of Angle- are ton, Tex. The t , - .._ operating. We at first thought lne new church home. '.hat perhaps they had been aimed off because we do not have more. Masonic Lodge rri'jinbers are also filling in and "aying drain a city po iceman any| ti]e m , heir Mflin s , reet prop . Post Columnist Will Be Speaker For Federation Marguerite Johnston, col-' umnist for The Houston Post, will be the gu"st speaker on, -Tilly 24 when the Sweeny Civic: Club and the Home Demonstra-1 lion Club are joint hostesses) to the Brr,7oria County Fe.dera- j ;ion of Women's Club meeting > which will be held in the Edu-j rational Building of the First! oaptist Church in Sweeny. | Arrangements for the forth-: coming Federation meeting! were made Wednesday after-1 noon when the Civic Club held j their regular monthly meeting.' Tentative plans were made! for the two local clubs to hold j a joint bake sale to raise mon-1 ev *or the expenses that will! be incurred when they host the: Federation. ] Other business on the club's j agenda included a discussion. of the purchase of fans for the club house, afterwhich the membership authori?ed the president, Mrs. J. B. Jordan, to secure prices on several brand- name fans before the next meeting. Plans were also made for a dinner which the club will cater Thursday evening for the joint installation meeting of the Sweeny and Brazoria Lions Clubs. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Mary Warterj, Mrs. , M. V. Watkins and Mrs. P. O. could easily be the theme song| Hogden who serve a „ refresh- of several vacationing families | ment course carrying out the here. The George Short fam-!,, Jun( , te( , mn -. theme. A half- ily left Friday for a trip withj „,„„,} 0 ( watermelon v.'as used their ultimate destination Ca!., a!( ( flower container for the ifornia. Leaving for that state!center arrangement en the re- within the next week or ten i freshment table. Pickaninny days will also be the Guy Frid-;figurines and English ivy corn- riles and the D. M. Pettigrews. :p!eted the unique decorations. Visitors here from nearby! towns are the Jack Pooles from | The Clifton family Includes, La Porte and Mrs. C. O. Daly i besides the "head of the house." of Houston. They are gues« in Mrs. Clifton, who i» called MR. AND MP.S. DEWEY EDWIN WEATHEHFORD —Photo by Don Wilton held an arrangement of pink asters and gladioli, was used as the centerpiece. Placecards were used at each setting. The members of the weddln were presented with from the bride and party gifts groom Guests Included the mother ivening ceremony at St. Mary'n Star of the Sen Catholic !hurch in Freeport. The Coral Room of the Dow Miss Warren and H«nley Hotel was the site of « re-[were married in « Saturday heavsal dinner held Friday night for the wedding party fit Miss Mary Stuart Warren and Charles Scott Hanley. The aunt of the bride, Miss Kalherine McKernan of Palestine, was hostess for the occasion. A long, narrow bowl, which but learned that theyi worn O ut. Stata Highway Depart r(ies wil , ' Mrs. Hargis is a graduate of mr:n ^ which is responsible for Francis School of Nursing. The thejr rep i acemen t. had some Francis School or Nursing. The' 0{ its men . in town last , veelt groom is a graduate of Angle- countin g the cars at var i ou , ton High School. They are now at home on Edwards Air Force Base in California. -treet crossings to determine needs of the citjr in traffic luht control. So maybe the situation will be corrected toon. Some of the houses being been landmarks many years but are now making way for pro- homes, bach roomj were -con- high windows that caught breezes — provided for their owners bark in the early 1900's. which we understand| lhe site „, thcir new , h , ; to be that " t0 De the homes of the Hubert Pooles, the C. N. Diehls, and the C. E. Datys. Jan and Cooper Camp, who recently moved to Corpus Christi with their parents, go' homesick for Sweeny and came iack this week to spend -imc im« with their aunts. Trs. Mary Warters and Mrs. : Watkins. W« have abo le»med, through reliable sources, that several representa;ive» erf bu»- ines* firms have been in town recently looking for Main Street business buildingi or vacant lots for building p»r poses. And we would say that it's about time for our business for the THIS IS DAIRY MONTH SANITARY FARM DAIRIES "»t your store or at jonr door" M* E. Muln-Ph. 5-2015-CUU Sold dcscendents of the families who no longer live here, the houses are being moved from choice lands that will be msde into sub-divisions section to start growign, in the past several years, residents! growth has staye* far ahead of business growth Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kc bcrt have returned to their home in Louisiana after visit ing here with her parents, Mr and Mrs. W. A. Orr Sr. Their visit was marred, thought when Mr. Orr suffered a re occurring heart attack and ha; been hospitalized for the pas week. "California Here I come 1 •Babs" by ehr friends, and four children, Carol. 7; Larry, 8; Gail, J; and Chris, who is five months old. Mrs. J. R. Waldby underwent major surgery this week but reports are that she it doing fine. Also on the hospital patient list i« Mrs. Patricia Walker who waa taken ill Saturday night. MISS JULIA ANN Hutchlns' •ngaBUMiH and appfoaehinfl marriage to Airman Nathan D. Mtwton his baen announced bf hit patents. Mi. and Mrs. H. T. Hu'chint ot Glut*. Tht prospccilT* groom It lh« son of Mt. and Mts. W. J. N»wton, aUe of Clul* The wkddlng will bt an «T»nt of July 4 at I p.m. in th» Glut* First Mtthodist Church. In- TilatioiM »• extended through the prill to itUndi and Tclatim. Rehearsal Party For Hanley-Warren Rites Is Held Friday In Coral Room ot the bride, Mrs. May Warren; grandmother of bride, Mrs. Minnie Matthews of pal estine; the Rev. Gerard Maguire, C. S. P. ot Los Angeles and the Rev. Thomas Pender- 1 gust of Freeport; Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Pessarra, Freeport; Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Warren- Jr., Freeport; Poland Combs, Freeport; Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hanley, Victoria: James Vernon McMullen, Victoria; nnd Miss Jeanlc Lannon, Houston. Easy Chocolate Dessert NKW YORK — IW — Tor your oasy-to-m«ke dessert recipe collection: Chocolate Charlotte. Juit line sherbert gluten with piere* of uponge rake, lady fingers, or white cake, nnd then fill with chocolate pudding, made with » package of pudding and pie filling mix. Garnish with sllcei of rip* banana. ^^••••••••^^^^•^^^^^g Vo»« For 0. L. "Mac" McKay Cinilldftto Mr CANAI. COMMTSftlONt* BranM Hirer I!»rbflr NUT!- DMriet Miss Twiner Ts Pride Of Preston Mongahan The nuptial vows which united Miss Gaynell Twiner and Preston Mongahan were recited Friday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. in the Freeport First Baptist Church with Rev. Brown officiating. Phillip The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Twiner of Freeport. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Monag- nan, also of Freeport. After a honeymoon in Aus- tin the couple will be at home in North Freeport. The groom is employed by Dow Chemical Co. and "the bride is a nurse at Brazosport Memorial Hospital. Gerald la New Resident Gerald Don i» a new resident of Clute. This young man is the ton of Mr. and Mri. Edward J. Roznovsky and he made hli fintt appearnace at Dow Hospital OB June 33 weighing eight pounds 3i nun- doritlaveto and teg f i BIG M 57 .TAKES ORDERS LIKE A PRIVATE Instant obedience! Your toich b ita command. StartI Neutral! Lowl Drive! Reverse I Merc-O-Matic Keyboard Control does just about everything but salute. Iff so advanced you can even release the Tow-Set parking brake by pushing a button. COMMANDS THE ROAD LIKE A GENERAL You're in charge on any road. Here's two ton* of solid authority . . . slung low than IK feet high) to take the tightert turn* . . . built wide (more than 6H foet) to hold th« roughest roads . . . mad* mighty (up to 290 hp) so you can do the exceptional with matter-of-fact i with a low cost automobile, loan • »• at monthly payments to at your needa, arranged quickly and conveniently. And when you vacation in your new car, protect your travel cash by carrying American Express Travelers Cheques. Spendable u cash everywhere. Quick refund if loat or sto'.en. Charges, only 1%. AND HAS ROOM FOR AN ARMY 3% PAID OM ALL SAVINGS 'THE BANK OP COURTESY" The Freeport National Bank 103 CHEERY ST. FREEFORT PHONE 3-5261 No need to pull in your elbows. There's room for dad's lega, mother's hats, and for the family to grow in. For The Big M ia the wideal car in its field. In fact, there's so much hip room and ihoulder room, you'd have to buy one of America's 3 moat expensive cars to beat Mercury's seating space. Remember, too, that only Mercury brings you Dream-Car Design. Only Mercury has Floating Ride—the most effective combination of bump-smothering features ever put between you and the road. And only Mercury offers you innovations Like the power seat that "remembers" and a Power-Booster Fan in the Montclair series. Best of all, Mercury prices start just above the lowest. No need to be wealthy—just wite. See for yourself— at our showroom. THE BIG MERCURY for'57 with DRfAM-QARDSStQN Don't mio th« btr. Uleritfon hit, "THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW" lund«y r, S:M te 10:00 Station KGLt, Chu>n«l 11. EAST PABK AYE. AT FOURTH ST. •OPFO81TK POST OtflCB" PARKER MOTORS Dial 3-3646 I-BECPOBT, TEXAS

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free