The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 26, 1957 · Page 18
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 18

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, June 26, 1957
Page 18
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and Bragori* County, Wcdnegtey, Ju«« M, 1967 DONtKNOW 6GE PROW HOTFT 8MITB OH, soy r ATE foo MUCH CM GOING TOTAK6 A NAP- CALL MS WHEN TO GET UP AND <3O TO BED VOU HAVE *"" VOUS.KNlTTINfi DON'T YOU TVW » CKtOV* 5OMS90PY TM1* W AHGOTftH' «NOMUM FAMBLV SECRET -WtAPONTf IT KIN KILL AM S A HM.-WLW, SAME AS THE FACTS ~ HSU"BJSMB O* Iff VSOS COM6 CV&i AN'PICK UP A PEW COOKIES YOU HAVE FOB ys/.'rr:—; •HWMiU.^IMi^ir.. 'i-^^i—^ VOO SSNTT WOOD owes T'TH'SWACtC. o* •OMtTHINV.'' , ^/c*^««M£iCV* i ^*wTHMef «Mf ) Rflf ro*-l CWT LKV \ Z4 HOUB* A PAY rt?S BOK FOR THEMJ , ALL WINTER LONS ME PRtAM« 0« A OftCH PCU.OP 6IW.9 ^-^V HIM NOW? Hartsfields Are Married The doubt* ring ceremony of Mist Edna MaxclM Howard and Tommy Dilb«ft H»tt»fi»W wai h*Id Friday, June It «t 8 p.m. in th« Shadr Oak* Bsp- ist Church. Rev. H. N. B»l- der«e lead the couple in their marriage vowj Mfore an alUr la*nk«d With tall basket* of white diUle* and fladioli. Mr. and Mrs. Glen D. How- nrd of Lake Jackwn are the parents of the bride, and the groorh'» parent! are Mr. and Mrt. Henry Harttfleld of Tat- ban, N. M. dlnf w«« iupplled by Joe MYF Makes $26.50 Jimmy Williami!, president of the Lake Jackson First Methodiat Senior MVT Wfan izatlon, tttted recently that the total amount received frdm the group'* litest project wax $26.50. The members of the church group hav« been washing cars and mewing lawns to mike money which will h«lp in fur thering the education of Jote Cereone, * young ChristJan boy in Puerto Rico. PiMM renditions for the wed- Th« (rooms mtoher choM a Th« bride, flvtn In marriage jy her father, entered the church in a ballerina length wedding gown of white lace over satin fashioned with a ac« bodle* snd a skirt of white net over satin. Her fingertip veil of illusion floated from a Juliet cap of flower design. She carried a white Bible over laid with a white orchid. Maid Of honor w«s Mies Barbara Jean Howaid, the bride's sister, who wss attired in a ballerina length gown of pink fashioned in a princess line and accented with a pink headpiece. Sh« carired a bouque of pink dress with white accessories and white carnal-ion corsage. blue carnations. Bobby Stanford of Brazor ia served as test mar, with Ar- chid. Howtrd, the bride's bro- th«r, and Kenneth Wesley Kranek of Clute as ushers. Th* mother of the bride was cottumcd in a fitted dress 01 navy blu« linen complemented with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS! you'r« sure to remember that saying . . . BRAZOSPORT FACTS FoHowini the ceremony the wedding party assembled in he reception hall of the church o greet the guest?. Mrs. Villa Petty, th,e groom's sister from Clovis, N. M., asrtrted with the registering. A white l»c» cloth covered he service table which held, be three-tiered wedding cake was decorated with the traditional bride and groom and pink rosebuds. Fruit juice punch was also ierved. Mrs. Vivian Perkins of Freeport presided at the punch service and the cake was Krved by Mis» Judity Grable, also of Freeport. When the couple left O.T their Gglveston honeymoon, the brids wai wearing a turquoise suit fashioned with a box type jacfcet. She completed her travel appirel with white acc»£sorie» and a while orchid corsage. When the bride and groom return, they will live in the 3ra2osport area a? the groom s now an employee of Dow Chemical Co. The bride is a 1954 graduate of Brazosport High School and previously been employed ny the Tellepson Construction ;o. in Clute. A graduate of I House Hi?h School in House, i ST. M., the groom has also a<- lended Alvin Junior College in MH. AND MRS. TOMMY D. HARTBFIITLD —Photo by Jiric Gr»» Brazoria 'News grandmother, Mrs. Belle War-: tyr. and Mr?. W. S. Ri?g5, rell, Wichita, Kan.; the groom's 'Mrs. W. C, Taylor and Miss parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry jDortba Hieg? of Brazoria at- daughters. Sandra and Le« Houph, alt of Houston. Mrs. Lovelace Is Prospective Gradj Of Nursing Class ephe man of Angleton in tlv- Firs' Baptist Church in Anjle'.on | snd Mrs. H. P. Ogburn i Mr. snd Mr«. Jackson "ill return to Canirlian at the ' :id : 0 f the week but the three ir;l« girl? vill remain for an additional two weeks. : Miss Linda Sue Stanger returned from s vacation to Tai; ifornis Saturday accompanied 'by her cousin, Mike McCial- :li»rd, son of Major and .Mrs. ,1. R. McGalliard. Friday night. | Olhjer guests at the wedding ; included Mrs. Edd Harrington : i land Mrs. June Fi't< an son; |Bobby of College Station Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Rises en- jtertained with a barhenue Sun- jday at their ranch honoring Beverly Ann Martin Love-l Mr - ar "J Mrs - Harmon Hoot' ice. dauehler of Mr. and Mrs :and children re:-.irn»d f:om a Color Kit . . Route 1. Free- • ! wo weC!lf vacat-nn .pent New ' ah. Idaho.- P. V. Martin. scents to gr-.iua'.e from the;~^ flr ^ 'j 1 ™,^' L^'i* Jolly Sc.-.ool of Vjrsmgi Ti f drovc ,, u . • Memorial ^ Hospital) in Hous-. Me . X i ro . Colorado," I ton on Juo' 2*v jand Oregon en ro'h their out Mm Lovelace graduated: going and the home coming from Brajosport Sen-.^r High j trip. Sch9o'. wrier* she ww actwei Low v;agtr, high prices. :r. band, dranvicf, rj«ketball.; strawberries going to wa=te in r-'.irnrrinj. Y-Teens, »nd ten-'the fields, arid long stretches nil. iof waste lands along the high- At Lilli* Jc".y she •*»* a 1 ways ail imrressed Mr?. Hoot class officer ar.d" active in re-j with the desirability of living I'lTicu ??-;vi--.ts an«i class:in south Texa'. even-s. 5h? v, ss in th« nursM 1 Among the Brazonans who it.-.oir and Baptist Student t» Cornel attended funeral of H .A. Cook in League City Saturday were Mr. and Mrf. .leff Davis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gus Turk, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pi- c.ik. Mr. and- Mrs. Haro'd Guidry. Coolt, whose horne was in cc.rr.m.«-.cerrant eT»rci»i which jLaMarque had died Thursday. w:i: b» he'.d at the First Bap-. He ii survived by his wife and •i.e. Church. 1020 Lamar, Ho'.is-'five children, ion, »; 8:09 p m. on July 2*. I He had been a charter mem- bar of the LaMarque Fire De- jpartanrnt anil was serving as Vr.ion. *S-jw rrarried Lov»!ic« «"-d '.ivlnj ;n Hou«•on. E*ve::y p^ir.s to wort for .1 T.ed.atncun fallowing grad- Fnendj are invited to the I NEW YORK —W— A r.ew color «chem« kit h«lp> « hcnr*- maker plan her decora' nf down to accessory details ' . «n before th< walls are pain'ed. The nine-volume kit, prep~re4 by Lee Childress. a color nn- fiiltant, is divided, into key colors o' the rainbow. Choose. a color for a decoratinf th»me» then check th» charts to le.i.nt •vhat colors to us* with i'- .'.n4 how. Attend School ; Attending th« L*Bde": ; hlp i Training School for Si.r lay ;School teachers and adrr.:-ii»- trstors held recently at i.<m Morris Collejfe in Jickfor.v.lte were four member* of the Lakt. ,Jac'K«on Firit Method nt i Church. i Those in attendance f : am the church were: Mrs KM:O» jFults. Mrs. Scott Galbr.ith, (Mrs. C. C. Schwartt, and Mr*. ^John Moore. They returned ( with an abundance of r.«r iidean and inspiration. WtDNESDAY LAST DAT 11IT— RAWEUCt, < tOff CMMBVM • WOMHi CvCAUO VEUSCO NOW SHOWING DOL'BLE THKIU. SHOW! "Paris Vice Squad" :ad BO HIT "GUERILLA OIBL" Wfdr.esdiy THRU Ftidiy ;: THE BIG LAND" Alia Laid - Vlr«iiiU JUjo {.dmoiid O'firija —2nd FEAIUKE— '•TIGER SHAHK ;> .NOW SKOWIKG "AN ANNAPOLIS STORY" Jo4 HIT - LON CHAN'EX "THE BIG CHASE" fire chief fit the time of hi.' 1 death. He was well known in Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Jackson and dauchters of Canadian drove in Sunday to spend their varat'rn with her parent. Mr. WED. TRUEft. FBI. THE LIGHT TOUCH JACK HAWKTV* TELEVISION LOG j WEDNESDAY \ 4:00 (2) Star Perforrr.ancA (13) Kitirik's Party <:30 C) Louncy Tuwn ; (11) I Led 3 Lives . 5:00 (2) Roy Rogers ; IS) To Be Announced j (11) Ranee Rider ! (13) Mickey Mouse Club ! 5:30 (Hi Sports & Weather 6:00 12) World At Large • (8) The Friendly Giant ' (11) My Little Margie (13) T. V. News : 6:10 (2) Today In Sport* (13) Weathergal ! 6:15 '2i Channel 2 Newsrtel ; (13) John Daly and the | Ne.vs i 181 To Be Announced : 6.25 12) Weatheroast 6:30 i2) Helfn O'L'onnell ! i8) Obedience Cla?s i ,111) Spike Jones ! (13) Disneyland 1 6:45 i2> NBC News ; 18) Industry On Parade i 7.00 i2) Kraft Tneatre ] (8) The Sculpture ' (11) The Millionaire i 7:30 181 Batter Uj. I ill) I've Got a Secret ' U3> Navy Log | 8:03 (2) This Is Your Life (&> In Action (il 1 2i]!!i Cenuirv rox Hour 6:30 (2 1 -Stage Seven • 8> (neat. Ideai 3:45 (131 Morris Frank Show S.OO '2i Masquerade Parly IS) Sign Off (11) Arthur Godfrey Snow (13) Qziie and Harriet 9:30 <2> Futhir Knov. ; , Best U3) i''oid Tnc.iUc 10:00 i2> The Tiii-er (11) Cny Deioctive 113) Moviclune U. S. A. 10:30 <2) f':r.u! Ediuor, Ne'AS ill) Lute Show 10:-iO t2> I.»ie Mcvie Da'e il:55 (13> Ls'.o News 12:00 '2) Sign Off (13) Sign Off 1:25 ill) News i:3d ill) averting Hymn , THUHSDAT ! 6:2i (11) Morning Hymn j 6:30 i2> George Koesner (11) Rural Reveille 6:45 (2) George Roeaner 6:55 (ID Island Headlin' < j (13) Sign On, Anth. ; ;, Prayer i 7:00 (2) Today . (11) Captain Kang arc > i (13) Sountrick 7,25 (2) Today's Weath.i i 7:30 i2) Today ! 7:45 (11) 11 Video Lane i 7:55 i2) Today In Housfsa : (11) N«w» 8:00 '21 Home (11) Garry Moore Show 8:30 i2) Horn* (11) Arthur Godirey i Time I »:S5 (2> Window in Horn* ; 8.00 iJ) The Price Is Right I (11) Strik* It Rich ] 9:30 a) Truth or Conso' quencu (11) Romper Room 10:00 i2> Tic TJC Dough (11) Valiant Lady 10.15 ill) Lov« of Life ' 10:30 <3> It Could B« You j (1U Search For To! morrow | <13) Lioerac* i 10.45 ill) Guiding Ligr.t 11:00 >2) Movii Date ill) Amos 'n Amy : 1 13) Life With l.h: et» 11.30 HI) As The Wor.l •. rnl : '13) 1 Spy 12.00 ill) Our Jliss B:ocx.. U3> TumbJeu-eea Tirv.a 12.30 (2) Tenn*»t«:« Err.:* , 1.00 12) NBC Matuic* ; Theatre I Ul) The Big Pavof. > ..13) Action Cal\acaoi.: Festp. al 1 30 ill) Bob Crosby 2.00 i2> Queen For \ I" -. ill) Brighter Day 2 15 Uli Secret Stonn 2:30 ill) Edge of Nignt M3i Liia Wuh EUi.i 2.-S5 i2i Modern . 3.00 i2> Comedy Tirr.a (H) Eariy Show .13' 1 Spy 3:30 (2 1 Wianart Circle (13) Kat Tr...

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