The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 27, 1957 · Page 5
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Brawiport and Bmoria County, , June **? T -T ~! Bryan David !• If aw ' Bryan JJavld li the new tight pound-«lx ounce ton of Mr. MM MM. Brae* L. Runnel!! of C!ut*. Bryan trfivfed June Miss. Matthews Marries In Home IS »* Br*to*port Memorial Ho?- .H«J Mi** Mary Jo M-itthews the nuptial vow« which un-father, the bride chose a seml- plttl. Carolina Slain* !• H«r« Mahint her new residence in Chit* 1« C«rolln« EUins the five ptoind, flv* *nd one-half mint* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Graham R. Fontaine. She wag bam June it at Dow Hospital. land Raymond Eldon Shirley were recited in the soft glow of candlelight Tuesday evening at d:SO in the home of the bride's parents. Rev. J. E. nar- rfcll of Clute led the double ring ceremony. The bride's parentu are Mr and Mrs. A. B. Matthew! of Clute and th» groom i» the son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Shirley of Camilla. Baskets of white majestic daisies, white fujl mum« and to offer gladioli and tall tapers in white M *t*Ma: (MM rtlatw of Capl- j candelabra flanked the altar tol MamfMMflt Carp, fltovfc at ; bench used for the home ceremony. Miss Carolyn Matthews litter of the bride, aststtd in lighting the candles. We IMM been Contact erl from 'ormal gown of white milar ace lined with taffeta ftatur- ng a fitted bodice nnd full skirt. Her shoulder length veil Mrs. Belly of tulle fell from a white Itara.' White lace gloves com'nleter! her attfre. She carried A cascade bouquet of a purple or- ehld and- leathered carnation?, A'so gowned In a dress of »eml -formal length was the maid of honor, MlsS ana the li'a.i'ti-,i>l l>ri o ? •?room. Lime punch \va? se.-v• 1 1,1 eM-"i b l:ons was the crniorp"™ " '01 the sewhc la'oln. For a \/fJdir.-» trip to G:U' veston, the brido cho;e a lrav-j el ons.smble of a v.'h'.te rhsalli! dress accented v:'th whi;c ac.. --„„„ ce*?-v;03 and r.n t c.-c'iid cor Knopp. She'wtofe white accci- Sas'ft {rbrh th8 br'ld:! hou:.u»' • Ur;nn their rc'urn ;hs couple will be at home in Freoport at 1029 W. Second Si. I The brid? is a ffraduate of Brazosport Senior Higb School and the groom RWidaled from sories and caried a of pink carnations. Damon Shirley served his brother as best man. For her daughter'* wedding. Mrs. Matthews chose".a dress MM i. M*M IWmton, T.ta«i w ",y'" " nd " Th « Lord ' t ^"^ Mrs. Bobbye BerVefelt, pian- corsage of glamellias. The-mo- Ist, accompanied MM. Johnnie' ther of the groom wore a rose Faye White ai she *ang "Al. of navy blu* and comr)lentent-[Cold<:prin<!s Hl«h School. Shir It with whit* accesorle* and a ley ha-s served four yea^s in JAefctoit MCTI Giv*n In marriage by her La Velle PREINVENTORY CLEARANCE SALE! NOW THROUGH SAtTTRDAY La Velle the U. S. Air Force. The brid" and groom are both employer by Dow Chemical Co. Out of town quests for the LAKI JACKSON PRESCOTT TELEVISION AND APPLIANCES SHADY OAKS PHONE 7-61.M LARK JACKSON "WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL" CAnmyiNO A coMrtm LINK ot . . ADMIRAL I if Air-Conditioneri -*• Teltvlsioiu r Refrigerator! * Radios EAST WASBBB - DKTEE COMBINATIONS HOrrMAN EASY VISION TELEVIIIOM beige dress of polished cotton with white accessories and a cordage of glamellla*. Mrs. Ollie Sander? served Mrs. Johnny Shitiev. Cnmllla: Mr. and Mrs. Hcorce Raybun , the wedding cake for the re- Bnzoria: Mr. and Mr?. I,. M McKay, Comptl, La.; an-' Smith of Mansfield, decorated with small orchids La. Moraan-Wioqo Rites Are Read ? r.n aUrr -.vhich - '.'A a av~. &?."- :cnt of w..:l? tiaoioii nna i3i~:Aic tla'.: ?.-,. •tic; L:.-nif! '•, ,ngo ijtuams i ic .jritic 01 pliiaip /.ujene ,,ior 'si Chuich al 7:30 p.m. L'J::<.- 'A'riii! .ay evening, with Hev. H. N. ice . "ialdciTes leading the double-'v.i.;; \n", rj.emony. .wii.i The brides parents are Mi. :ui>, 3 ,,.r,i -,7uh Z A V<- '.ynr.cl Aciams rs u: i'ol'.ov.;ng ths cc. r ^:pi on \va.i h?M •:no oE.tl\5 bride's p~L .U". A hi;? cloth overlaid lr,» FCTV- ibia v.;ii<.n neia ;* uounk '.vcdcunfc LaKC tr^n^Hec. a bridal bouquet. CofiC' tokos were dho served. rs r.oon WITH c§" Airs. Cocil Win^o Sr. of Mu..ciaines Webb nnd Wi;r,o Jr. 'jaV:e Jaclcsoi, and t'->? ?riom [ a..:^::ic.u '.vilh the srrving ot the is the ;cn of Mr«. Jjinv' 1 ; Ki:-lic:cptlon. Sins of Los An?»ls, Ca'.'f., an^j Lprn ilicir ic'.uin the bride A. E. Morgan of Morrlslon.janu groom will IK at home in Colo. t^- 01 ^'^ 5 C'nri?.!i v.'hcrf? tiif 1 Mrs. Cecil Wingo Jr., organ's!, ncompanied Mrs. Gene 'chultz as Fhe pant? "I Love /ou Truly" and "Bacau;?." The bride, Riven in m^dra^e oy her father, wore a lingth gown of white street- nylon chiffon accented with a cum- groom is presently jntil ho finishes his n the Navy. Th? forMe is a g. str.tioned In-t vear J3r?.2p:.nort High School Mfl. AND MHS. PHILLIP EUGENE. —Photo by Bill Keck Initiates U Baptist Youth Program With Entertainment Bill Keck, summer Youth course of a progressiv dinner. Director of First B a o t i -, t iThcy'ind Fa'ad at the home r,f Church, Lake Jackson._inltiv<rl Mr. and Krs. A. C. Blvx-burn, liis program with enfrtaln- and dc.~r.it at th? horn? of Mr. the youn? p"'j'lo .-md M:s E'.mcr Mcrr,'-nn. Th'jrydpy evcr-nn at 7:IiO p. in. the Junior 1 j)p;;?rtmont •.vill mec'. nt the C:'.ui^ : ; for ''tn an KS.T.CS v/,'.h rr.'rc-h- inents. Frid.-iy ever : ;. L -. v.e lu- lermii^i--i'.e 2 sr,d Ycv.-,3 Pto- pie's D?-;r,r 'r.cn'.s ••..'! !--ve a progre^five airlr.er party, meet- ng at the cnurch prior lo go- merbund of satin at the v/airt It featured a straight neckline In front which dipped to a I; ^ow vee in the back. hS» earned a white Bible overlaid with'' a white glamellia. Serving her sister as matron of honor WPS Mrs. Z. A. Webb who was attired in a gov.Ti of mint green chiffon of a strnet-Ienath which featured short .^ceve." nnd an MORGAN neckline. She wore whit* n-Jack Gr«nb« 3 "r,ronrs and caried a nos-'.ay . — of-r-nl: carnations with lirrr jrcen s-->;in leaves The brother of the bridv. Cecil Winao Jr of Angleton. served as b-^st man to the e of an been allendin.'j the Uni- iiy of Corpus ChvtFii for p?st year, during which ;irr" fh° was secre'ar; '6 the DP:"I rf S' ! : r !'?ntr. s'. th- uni- the DIAMONDS 317.95 — $2,000.00 EAS" TERMS MO CARRYING CHAROtft McSPADDEN J EWE LRY 'CREDIT JEWELERS" FRKFl'ORT TEXAS MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND E. SHIRLEY —Photo by Jick Or«»nb«tfT for this week. Monay evenin?, .Iiine 24. Hie Junior 2 Department inr' nt the Church f.t 7:10 |..m. (o- i progressive dinner party Th 1 ? four rotirres wr^-n ',r?rvoi! at the homes of Mr. ami Mrs. Bruce Trussell. Mr. and M-s. .lolin BiRgrr?, Mr. and Mr~. H. L. O'Conr>ell, and 5Tr. and Mrs. Paul Tocid. Tu^nd^v p\*pnintj, iTtnrTn^u- • iate 1 Department rr.ct at the , e amo * me nnd pines to prc- cprd to the homo of ?.!r. nn'T Mrs. Bill Winn for the nain "STOP THAT ITCH! IN JUST15MINUTES If not pliKit^d, Tour 11e bach at any dnif storf. Try In*tant- drTlnit iTCtl-ME-NOT for Itch ' if cnptna* rlnxworm, InufCt hltP9. foot Itth or othfr surface ilrh. E*IT to nw day or night. Nnw at Evatw Drur Store, Fretport. ing to various homes. R. C. A, In Tonr Whlrlnool dealer Braiosport VOORHIES JIM RCA WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES 33 Circle Vf*y, Like JackMn Phone 1-25U »r T-7775 Welcome* Ton Mar Len JUNIOR SIZES & MISSES SIZES SPORT WEAR-LINGERIE CASUAL DRESSES-HATS-BAGS-HOEE 97 N. Parking PL Lake Jackson tate protection your family, but the cash- sufrender value of your pol-, also first-rate collateral •ced to btrrow. Yon need eo-raiken or codonen. "THE BANK OF COURTESY" THE FREEPORT NATIONAL BANK 3% PAID ON ALL SAVINGS 103 Cherry St. Freeport Phone 3-5261 COME MEET YOUR NEW G.E TELEVISION DEALER IN BRAZOSPORT! TELEVISION CENTER 36 CIRCLE WAY LAKE JACKSON PHONE 7-2911 1957 9" PORTABLE GE TELEVISION $99.95 VALUE REGISTER THURS., FRI. & SAT. JUNI 27, 28 & 29 DRAWING SAT. JUNE 29 6.30 P. M. HODR ITH1 NEW G-E TV CONSOLETTE F»«»» MODEL J1-TM4 GENERAL ELECTRIC De luxe Giant Console TV Powerful and dependable General Electric television in a beautiful cabinet of genuine Mahogany vaneeri. Model 24C18S also available in modern blonde oak veneers. WAS $349.95 NOW $23995 WITH TRADE V) 324 square inches of viewable art*, • UP-FRONT "PUSHBUTTON" POWER TUNING—Tb« cuickcit, ea*ie«t way t* select a channel • SET-AND-FOE.GET VOtUMB CONTROU- No need to re-stjt uound • SHARP AS A MOVIE SCREEN—No glare with G-E aluminiised tube and tinted ufetjr window • NHW REMOTE CONTROL—*l alight «ztr» eo*t Change channel* from your easy chair TV MODEL Hl'0211 1958 14" COMPANION PORTABLE T.V. Big easy to watch picture. Long range reception. Light, balanced weight for easy carrying. Compact to save space at home and away. Built in telescoping antenna. Engineered for dependability. $ ONLY 149 95 EASY TERMS ON ALL SETS! LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS

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