The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 28, 1957 · Page 5
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BmospOTt and Briworia County, Friday, .Time 28, 1957 THE P A fl T S Page i tishtn' FIESTA ft Frt»e Whiners" jmTt llnd the rl»M T*«M« «n4 Rnpplta »t F1»mtr> Author!*** Jnhmon OnthoarA Rilft A Serrlo* Rporlt He«<l«tMrtcr« Palmer's Spnrtlnt Goad* Clnlf S-S1I5 Double Marriage Held At Angleton The First Baptist Church In led by Mrs. Alton Arnold a' Angleton was the pcene Sat-;the organ when he sang "Tru nrday evening of a double, Love" and "Wedding Prayer, wedding ceremony with Rev. I Another soloist, Mrs. Howard Miss rtathryn LuciM^BIck-1 Ml " Bickhum was given in ham hecnme the bride of Wai- .marriage by her brother, Maur- lace Dean Liesman, and Miss;ice Bickham. and was attired Joyce Paye Ullrich and Donald!, chHpe i-i e ngth gown of lace T. Ballsy were united in the . ,, same service. and tlllle - . ,.„ Mm. Wilma Bickham of Ang- Mls » u j lr '<* •*<«« a gown of leton and Mr. and Mr*. W. ' atiri . anti Chantilly lace. She Llesman of New Braunfels are lwa j *' vcn in marriage by ner parents of one couple, while f "V)? r -- ' " - Ullrich """ Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ullrich '• M j" Mar y c ' em ?«"*?* of and Mrs. S. A. Allen, all of Angleton served « maid of of the honor for Miss Ullrich, and Mrs. Louise Graham F.nosr; wa Miss Bickham's matron of hon Anyleton, are parents other. Two large floral stands bank ed th* altar of the church or L, ...... which also contained five can- B . ot . h attendants wore gow d*l»br« with graduated tapers ^PJ^TJJL-'L? 0 ™ by tn in each. Otis Bickham was accompan- NOTHING DOWN 3 to 5 YEARS TO PAY BRAZOSPORT LUMBER CO. HWT M* INK s-sm CI,OTE We stock Klrby Lumber, P«n»ltif. .anotop, Or»»w»ll. InUM Mnnlemm, FlumMnf 8oppH*», Knhn'i CllmitlrM Paint* and Gold Bond Rubber Raw Paint*. JUNIOR SIZES & MISSES SIZES SPORT WEAR LINGERIE CASUAL DRESSES HATS *AOS HOSE 97 N. Parking PL Lake Jackson bride they attended. ,. The l L roth ." i" ' a ', v Liesman, Bunky Phillips Victoria was the best man to the groom, and Jess* Smith of Angleton was bestman to Bailey. Ushers were D. P. Mn- ran, B. N. Va?«er and Kenneth Llesman. Following the ceremony both wedding parties assembled in the reception hall of the church to receive the guest?. Featuring a color theme of yellow and white, ths hall was decorated with yellow and white streamers and white weddin? bells. The service table, which held both wedding cakes, was covered with a lace cloth over a yellow undercloth. Wedding cakes "or the occasion were tinted yellow and were decorated with an orchid and the traditional bride and groom. Lime green punch was also served. Mrs. W. A. Hagcard nerved the cake lor Miss Ull- Irich, while Miss Bickham's jcake was served by Miss Liesman, her groom's sister. Mrs. B. N. Vasser presided at the punch service. Guests at the reception were registered by Miss Jane Scale. Both couples honeymooned in Leakey. Upon their ro!u-n, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey will bo at home at 1.10 Wilkins in Angleton. The Llesmans will live in Alvin. Bailey is employed by Stockman Feed and Seed Supply Co. in Angleton and Liesman is an employee of Houston Natura' Gas Co. in Houston. Both brides are employees of Dow Chemical Co. REVIVAL Sat. Night, .tune 29 - ,Tn!y If) CLUTE CONGEEOATIONAL CHURCH 910 Brockman Rd. fllst - Rev. A. I). Asliby of Blanerinrrl, La. Service 7:3fl P.M. A 10: A.M. Special Sinjinff F.vrryone IK cordially invltfd to attend Factor - Rev. J. E. Harrell MR. AND MHS WALLACE DEAN LIESMAH MR. fT,-D MR3. DOHALD T. BAILEY —Photo by Jack Grconberg Miss Woodall Bride In Friday Ceremony The •I. O. an-i fmony th; Ann Woo' ry Autry r'nd;, y <• First Mtt.h'jdi.-t Sweeny. Trm vo-.v.s -vf-r< an alter df-or.i'.<;': with [!or,r b.v 's.< peonies ar.d ;iU': ral cand'Mai.'ra ),* tapers tint ilhi Mrs tho o, /'iliiam L-sr- •«n n;; in the Church m WELCOME VISITORS TO for 'he big Frejport Jaycce's FISHIN' FIESTA Lake Jackson..* PAt-ON-THE-BACK CORNER W:u- lum- Alter trflnf (iMwher* with three moUiU, two of whloh h« biillt hlmMlf. !* A. Parker bcllem hf haj found tilt site he hu been looking for. 80 thli week h» Is openinf hit modern, 24-itnlt tourUt mote) an Highway 388 In Clutu, Thli vneturc, c»llfd the ParkfT Mot«l, U the rt- »ult of fnur yea™ of watching the are* trow ajid develop, then alx monUu of rMldenc* la Brtzoaport. Two of hi* prtvlou* motel sites »«•» In BrowntMlk, and on* in Corpus ChrisU. The Parker Motel Juit about haj ertrfthlnK. To be«ln with, the conitructlon of U)* unlla are of brlok, with ce<lar paneling, and each unit U rooied with a one-ton unit. All noon ra« carpeted, and there !• a ooiuole televlalon ael In each unit. And a> a general aervlce, the motel U equipped with a wlmmln;; pool, and toffee la »er»ed each morning through room aeivice. M. A Puiker la co-owner of the motel, and hli partner U hi* lather, H M Parker. Th* younger Parker lives In an apartment built as part o< the m&Ul with hl« wife. Marian, and nine-reaj-old ion, David. In urtdltlon to the ilanrtard unita. the motel Include* family *nJ pa^ty rcom*. Though open \o the public now, the nwtel la ?hcrt smne of the ollict furnltur* and awiramlng pool patio lurnUhinfs because of delays in ahlpmenU. 1 "vv Serving tho World's Nicest People Lake Jackson STATE BANK M«mb*r F.D.I.O. 3% P*id on Savingi Laka Jackson, Texas MB. AND MRS. WILLIAM Later Aulry cutting ths cake at Iho reception following their wedding Fzlday erening. Th« cake, • gill lo the bride and groom bj the bride'* aunt, MM Jimmy Mirthall. will be th* feature picture on the cover of i piottjiional magaiine for bridei. FOE Auxiliary President Offers Resignation Notice At Meeting The Fraternal Order of !rs Auxiliary nottM sevt ntocn nu-'niht-rs present when tho or- gani/.ation mt-t Monday, June 24. for their regular business Huth ("livens pave on the fi.sh fry whkh DARIMIX "DltlVE INN ' June 14 The total amount ro- reivcd from the fish fry \vus 3206.50. The auxiliary expreys- od thanks to Mrs. Anna Much- owich and her sons for making their project possible, Accepted with regret was a was held : ' t ' lu>r of resisn.v.ion for the remaintiiT of htT term from the presiiicnt, H.irtura Kf lly. Vn-e president, Mis. F;iye Duller eport; IIHY. NOW OPEN R. ('. A. In Your Whirlpool dealer JIM VOORHIES RCA WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES :i:l Circle \V»>, Like lackwu Phone 1-257S or 7-17JJ \\elcuuiis Vuu AMBULANCE SERVICE lindlid I'oich-tmer^fui'y PH. 5-25TI1 BRAZOSPORT FUNERAL HOME HH LAKt JACKSON KU. will be in>ti:lleil :is pr t •-; for the auxiliary. Tho o:'!i.- vue preside 1 .!', will tlu'n !'1U J (1 by a» elec'.;nn vr't> a f . Ji;:v 8 meeiir.g. Mrs. H-irvi'v I).i-i:.!iaus n.:,nirpd that ciui'ini: t .<• iv. <•; .Iiilv a li.im-i' frr i.-.-:-ria v.,-n'..i I" fjvn-orcd .-.s w:-.' '•-nt f of panicd .1,1""-, La..,-! .•_•: r,! Colurnliia a.; he .-'ir.^ ' ."•:•: and tiic "Lords Pr.r.-er." The bride, V,T,O i- '.he c tcr of Mr. ar.il Mr?. B' Wnorlall, was given ;n r age by her father.-The £r parents are Mr. and Mr:,. iam C. Autry of West C bia. The gown of r.xn-h impor- ed tulle, emhroidc:vl in an «!1 over floral design, over ra'.n was styled with a scu!p!ur*- r i bodice and a voluminous ski it that swept into a ciiapci-l'/nE'h tra.n e<iged with scoii.jpe:! ia. . Her floor-length veil of ;i.r: illusion was held by a custom rnade cap higlili^hted wj ? h seed pearls. She carried T trailing cascade of stephanot;.- centort rl uith whi'e orchids. The attendants \\ - ore gov/rf! in pink and green riyT-i'.;.T>'n satin fashioned v.'i^h deep rouri'ip'.i r,'cklmes with rnoit lilies \vith sa'.m riboon Mrc-ir.i- Mi;;s Sandra ftoone was tlic honor atten-Jnnt. IJride-mnit!.-; v/ere Miss Ann Talbert, M'./i H.'verly Wallace and Miss Sharon Hratton. Young Miss | Patricia Bratton, sister of Shar- nri, both of w ll o m were lh-j bride's cousins, was the flower cnl. H a y rr o n d Mclleynolds ot West l.'oljmbia was best man John C'orm-tt, al-o of. Wist COi- umhia, Dick Adkins of Houston and Danny Jones of Angleton, cousin of Ihi- KIOOHI, were groomsmen. Ushers ^r.d i-jndi-lliishters were Jimmv Woortall, brother of the brifie, U Episcopal To Host lev. Edward Sterling Eugene Bratlon of San Antonio, cousin o£ the bride, and Yv:!;;2:n Surber of Sweeny. The Old Ocean Country Ciub ,>.-as the setting for the recvp- ':on following the ceremony Arr5n;ements of white E'adioH,; v.oni?? and pink rosebuds ear-; •r- ,:ed out the over-all decoration •.- '.'-leme. Mrs. Doyie Chamberlain •;^ rn^ictpred the guests and Mis* :•>. '-: Sue Gra'.c-rou.-e of Houston, -- TJ in r J3 Linn of Alvin, and Anna • - \ss: Srri''n of Sweeny presided ^ -3*. the clue's table. The bride'f '.able, laid with ,•;•. a v.-:;:'^- '.a'fe'a and not clot 1 -., a: r r;d gnrla::d s'.vag- of pink rib-- ben -.vhich v.-ere caught '.ip *\ -.vith rlus^ers of pink rosebuds, r ' ' r he four-foot tall tiere;! wed- 'i:nr rake VMS a gift to the ;.- bride and proem from the X. bride's yjnt. Mrs. Jimmy Mar:.. ^hali of Edna. -i'5 Member.- of the houscparty .r-Uiri'd Mi--5 r.r.ner-.ouse. Miss Linn. Mi-5 Smith, Mr?. Cham- 'ncriain. Mrs. M. E. lioone. Mrs. 3i'.I Long and Mr?. Carl Daly. Af 1 .'.-'- a brief wecithng irm to G; '.vr.-ton the_.rouple will rra/:e th«:r hoir""at 5415 Srnt! S'.rrc'. Houston, where the •ro^rn i--' a senior at the Uni- .-ersi'.y t.f Hou.-lor.. His fraternity ..•- TCappa A'pha. STRINCFELLOWS R-nc;">s - Reiial Property - Merchant DAL 3-4111 118 W. BROA> FREEPORT Scott Galbreath Insurance Agency DURING THE . . . FREEPOR' JAYCEES FISHIN' FIESTA r Dfff4M BOATS 'td ftw-ord f«duc» ba» i SCOTT- AT WATER exciting 1957 outboatds - •j,.f, fishing, racing or water .(. you'll lose yovir heart to a Jlincr! It may be the trim ,i«s» of design that you'll fall NEW or perhaps that sturdy, j-for-lifeSpeedliner construc- B Is what will take your fancy. «n again,itmaybetheflashing Md and the flmooth-Avstlk p^r- jrmance that will tell you "Here's he boat for me." Whutever your "The man from Equitable** reasons, you'll never regretchoos- rxCT.fSIVElA I«R » Speedliner for lifetimt SINCE 1929 buit ' n ";«" u «See Our Complole Selection of r-OWER • NEW DESIGN NEW CHOICE OF COLORS S« thr dashing ntw dciipi—ad. mire the dramatic new colon— iniptct the far-advanced fcatura that brint; you top performance, powrr hailing »nd luper-quiet operation. 331.75 to $725.00 PHONE 7-2403 19« PLANTATION L.\KK Eajy tenro, lilxral trade-in allowance on your old motorl Don't w«ll_... , h . m tod . y| Water Sports Equipment PFLUEGER FISHING TACKLE PAT'S OUTBOARD SHOP SURFSIDE ROAD PHONE 3 4721 ate \velcorne IUv. Eri the fiiuv-t His i.a/ vard Steri:tis will be m-nlhter in the 10 Timothy's K|..i?V'>ii.il and uuiieii 10 attend. ' S:. .M .r> .i'LH'.il'ia. ^roua;l i trom TLX a-, a inoc Bettie Kathleen Debuts c 1 u a ;IS A. « .iii.ca! i i L.\'i'Ui li Ha^piUil I'll .Ki He i lie Kai-i^e •new daughter (''isrtcs V. B' 1 1^.1 tic i Mr. .m i , trie Mrs. t n jiuu lurtli. and Alu! fclxLea.-^-n Sir Uily lap or p:p n l-.i> IOG.M-:-.I ps i-f rsoust'-'v-! u \Vi:sl in , illsf MSi.1 Sp .; in the Army _; the 5vir.;ii;u olunL's \s iii.', .- >\)'jn;;>:eiii. .t.- church vu ,; ID in. ike a . ' i^',.1 i:l at \iii acquaintca v. : -% of -tin I'ev. '. .:-M."..lI r or to t,i- il:s : u,i- . ;.I;H I and \« nuiii- B» Chu. Morr IMACJINATIOX A TErHNIQlIE . . •' n?r:d i lot of ex ment and ne\* make <*ixx1 an J to satin £ GOOD LUCK DURING The Freeport Jaycees FISHIN G A N ' S R M A G Y '. !l the B r a i Flavor tells why is so popular THIS Is IJiliil SAMl'AUi KAKM "»t your »lur« ur »l SIM) E, !VUlu-fh. 5- MO., ill D \lUltS ;our door" 2C15-C1UU1 Gccd Lurk During PRl CONOCO sir Jay J S. L. PR 231 W. 2ND. ST. 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