The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on July 1, 1957 · Page 13
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Brftroiport and Bmoria County, Monday, July 1, 1957 THE TAOTB Shower Is Honor For Miss Honea, July Bride-Elect Miss Phnron Honea, who wll married to Motchel Butler on. July 7 «t 4 p.m. ''at *h« Nrst Baptist Church In Old Dcen, was complimented with I brld»l »hower Tuesday even- nf held In the Phillips Clubhouse In Old Ocean. Pink and white w«s the color •heme for the party. The refreshment table was centered with e Wttr.istitre bride and rroom standing in a lattice archway berore a background of spring flowers. The refreshment course carried out the party colors. Bejtdes the honors*, her mother, Mrs. W. B. Honea, and the rroom-olect's mother, Mr*. H. 3. Butler of Austin, were pr»- sented corsages by the hosteee- !s. Miss Honps's cors^sje was of white carnations with white wedding bells and satin ribbnne. The mothers' flowers were itnk carnations. Other special •niest« attending the party were Mrs. W. H. Winders of Brazor- I and Mrs. W. H, Honea Sr. of Houston, grandmother of the bride-elect. The hostesses, who Rave the honoree a Sunbeam mfxmaster. were Mrs. Jack Glass, Mrs. Jeff Galycan, Mrs. C. M. Dlohl. Mrs, John Autenrieth, Mrs. Karl Ho- denb«r«, Mrs. P,«rnard Johnson, Mrs. John Hancock, Mrs M. H. Williams. Mrs. H. L Kim- tetnlk, Mrs. L. A. Llpscomb, Mrs. J. C. Key and Mrs. A. M. Hess. The parents of the honore* extend Invitations to the wedding through the press. Homemaker Hints United Prew Bixceaiive quantities of bleach I do not whiten fabric* any het! ter or fatter, but can weaken them. Cleanlinesi ii the best de- fenae against moth damage. ham corn ring. Add J cup of diced, cook- icd ham to corn bread batter. iBake In a ring mold in a hot oven (425 degrees I about 25 with a Using a tray to carry table letting supplies and dlihe* can cut down on WHAT ON AIRTH DID YE DRCAM ABOUT. Bftw ? IT'S SORTA HAZT NOW--AU. I KNOW IT DING NIGH SCAIRT ME DEATH STAM MOVE! DID YE DR6»M Y6 WU2 WORKIN 1 UNK SNUPFY t ' UOUR. (MSCURYDAGWOOO - THOUGHT !• WAS AT MV HOUSE r FALL OUT TOR BAMDN6T PRACTICE.' HAS REALLY IMPROVED/ HI M'JST HAVE 66 SN PRACTICE' BEETLE BAILEY HC MUSTA KILLED TM MOHSTtR.f ITS INSIOES IS INSIDE TH' "StCRET MOST INHOOMIS4 WEAPON KNOWM TO MAN — HOOMANITV WON/7' .'. DEFLATED LIKE AN EMPTY BALLOON/.' vegetable*, topped sharp che«n sauce. MAMMY BOUGHT IT. TO CLEAN OUR PUGS -EXCEPT IT COST SO MUCH, WE OOULONT AFFORD NO WDGS -&OT IT MAKESAHUMfMMOtfM OF A WEAPON if- AH SHOVED IT IN TH' UZATC/S MOUTH,TURNED <*}TyK»<e£-*ft'fWWT»inc, ,. THETVYW* HMMTH'CttTTER-J [ iSNowmrHcrftAa.? MY BO/, THE PENTWO4 is BANTING TO SEE CLCANKR, VO«E ature. High temperature cals«« it to curdle or string. A panel with hooki attached save ipac-*. It makes OK,HIT IT TO TH'LEFTO'TH' TELEPHONE .E.BOB.' WENT OVER TH'FENCE AT JU5T TH RIGHT SPOT.'/ OBANDMA.DO YA MIND 1C WE HUNT OUR BALL IN VOUB STKAWBEHRY PATCH? Fudge frostins; can soft and workable wMl by placing the cli'h ot hot water. GRANDMA, THIS IS BILLY' WHAT WAS IT YOU VW\N I EC 'GET FOR VOU AT r STORE rV—=-T S kVELL.OEE WHIZ, 0ILLV I WROTE OUT AN'CiAVE VEAH. I KNOW. BUT NO ONE HERE AT TH 1 STORE CAN READ A WORD OF IT' it3U A BlO,l_ON<3 LIST." TO-DAT AND TUESDAY •OM JUS1ICIM 6HYMAMSM OtCANDMA — TYIION'K *£DDU£ IH'CHIN STOBY WWLP VOO ALL KINDLV 0£T THE OUTTA I CAN'T STAMP THI PI SOZOO CWT WANT TO Pftfft Miss Orsak Married In Freeport Church Miss Elizabeth Jane Orsak brown linen with a tpred became the bride of Elroy Kloe- , and whit* Peter Pin collar. sel in a double rin« r-c- emony \ Small roWa of, tucka in th« front Saturday morning at 8 a.m. in land back of the bodice accented the St. Mary's Star of the Sea the dress. She completed her tt. Catholic Church in Freeport. jtire with white •ccefserteg end Parent* of the bride are Mr. a corsage of white carnations. and Mn. Paul J. Orsak of j The KG H»1I was the Icen* Chit" and the groom is the son of a reception held following of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kloesel the ceremony. The bride'i table of Schulenburg. was covered with a eloth of The altar of the church xas white lace over green and held flanked with bouquets ot white : a double ring W*ddln| cake gladioli and candelabra which ' decorated with two large white) held tall white tapers. : orchids and small wadding Organist, Miss Sandra Me- ! bells, flowers and dovei. Frtilt Dougal, rendered special wed- juice punch was »1»9 served. ding music for the cermony. i Presiding at the punch rerv- The bride, given in marrigae , ic« was Miss Peggy Thlbeiux by her father, wore a naMrrmniof Treeport while MlM Bevetty length gown of nylon tulle and j Voigt of Jones Creek served th« lace fashioned with a stand-up ; wedding cske. Guests present collar and a bodice of ! v. The | for the event were registered sleeves of the gown fell into i by the maid of hone-r, Miss points over the hand. Four pan- Pauline Orsak. els of lace accented the skirt. Her headpiece of a half-Juliet The newlyweds wi!l make their horn? in Oalveston where MR. AND MHS. ROBEHT Gladnty wtr* m«rri«d Friday nlaht al 7:30 p.m. in lh« Jonai Crc«k Bapilti Church. Th« former Joanne Cain it lh« daughter of Mr. and Mn. John Ca!n of Jones Cr«sk, whilt h« groom'! parents era Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Oledne? of Oyiltr Crc*k. —Photo by Don Wllion. cap was appliqued with pearls j the groom is an employee of . and hold a lingo^n veil of I Welngarten's. 'Hi-inr,. She cr>rr>'l 3 white! Mrs. Klosel is a '57 gr»du«te orchid which covered her white of Brarosport's Senior High pr.iyer book. School and her groom ll • j Miss Pauline Orsak. the : graduate of Moulton High ; bride's sister, assisted as maid 1 School In Moulton. j of honor and wore a dress of j o (yellow tulle and net fashioned j small*cap Ce slee"s. ne Her m head- Everything Wrong Upton-Brooks Rites Are Held Saturday Tha nuptial vowi of Miss mony and was also in the home Shirley J/> Brooks and Robert ; of the bride's parents. A florai ™ Upton were recited Satyr- arrangement of pink gladioli niece was also made of ye'Tow tulle. Miss Orsak carried a nosegay of pink asters. , . . Best man at the wedding was i Mrve 90 d «5 r » for recklf* drtv- Oscar Kloesel of Schulenburg, !n * Thursday. A patrolman DETROIT — m — Ertest Smith, 27, was sentenced to the groom's brother, with Hich- testified that ai he ard Burr and Darrell Brous- Smith at 50 mile* an hour ge- •ard, both of Freeport, as ush-j' n K 'he wrong way on a one- ers. way street, Smith's car itruefc For her daughter's wedding, If our parked autos and imMh* Mrs. Orsak chose a dress of fd into the front of a hotlte. TELEVISION LOG day evening at fl p.m. in lome of the bride's parent" vlth Bonner of , cading the couple in th? sinjle ing ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. if Freeport are the parents he bride and the jfroom is 4 'r-e on of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Up- n oj Cnchiane, Ala. Recorded wddin? mu=:c was ised for the occn^iftn and r -n- Itions included ''B^caus^" ,-iri'} 'I Love You Truly." Given in marriage I;-/ ar.o" .vhite dai?ie? with pink •. '.-nterf was used for the service tsble u-hich was covered with a v.-hite lace cloth overj anolher cloth of lavender. j Brooks The tiered wedding cak>. dec- 0 ra'."d with white ro«e<i and l"e : traditional bride and groom on 1 top of the cake, was served I . M (-- n f r ,j,. i jV i ff punch. Mrs.- Palrir:3 Cart^-n assisted in serving f'r.r v. '-" ! 'iiri^ cake r»nd NTrp. Ro'.':n Candy presided at the MONDAY 4:00 (2> Star Performance (13) Kitirik's Party 4:30 !2> Looney Town (11) I Led'S Lives (8) The American Scene 5:00 minutes. Fil center with cooked.'"her. the bride chose a "semi- -,v<:ddinic formal length gown of white of kitchen travel for the home- clothes in lac« over taffeta which w;>« fashier.ed with ? scoop nock and chiffon band with :r?amTs "","" j featured in the buck of 1 'ie *",."• dress. Her pillbox style hat was n a 101 J A ,«_J ,.,;.». ««M«« _».j .\._ _-_ faride rilan dotted with pean and she ried a white Bible overlaid with a white orchid. Mis? Joyce Ann Rhorfjs of Freeport served her sistc > couple left for a '••> to Houston, the i .v, a ring a betge ac-1 S..e completed her! 'i"«? v.'Mh u-:.;:r access V'?:; ->f L'lich '-i 5.1.1:1 v.-hite h^i was; urr.inen; ^r,d the white orc.'nci -m her brail coviquet. ', Upon th'.r n''um. Mr. and i i^ Up'jn will be a*, hoir.c !113 Nn-tn A\cnu? ^ n.' 15 =1 '34 grailt.otj Senior High , close the lipped.. This j maid of honor and was aUire-i of Bra.-nsr-irt prevent sag or ttretch. in a semi-formal length dro?s School and is rn-,p!oyedi by Cur- I of yellow taffeta fashioned v.:'h rv M^'.or Companv in Frecixirt. Cook rhecse at low temper.! a low neckline and witho it sleeves. She wore blue a."'-e?- sorles and carried a bin..- bouquet. _ S. V. Carlelon of Freepcrt at I inside the broom closet can j **ndod the groom Attired in a dress of hi j- feta with a circular 5lcirt, inn. !,lf,.« ' l hn ient holder "for .•n^p«. V 'brLishes ^ ride ' s molhtr chose to aecsnt ' """"" her costume with pink access- ones ar.d a cor&afe of pink carnations. The mothi-r n( the groom wa* out of state .vi ' could not be present for t.-v. 1 pan -ceremony. | The r-ctption was held :mi mediately I A gr«dL.3te of Alicevil',^ High Schtici ;-i Anl^bama in '52. th^ irrtxTTt h'is previously served in | v.i- ".' S Army during tht Ko- i rear: Yv~;i- an i was staliuneii ! over5fei< for in month.?. II" is j r..)w sn employee of Dow ! ' Out c; for tl:j -, .md Mr? !!'-.tf Cr.; ; following tho ct*re- eJclin^ include: Mr. C G. ".T-Gow-n, i rr;- M:. and Mrs. D>> ayno Houston; Mrs. SJsie ---, !-»r. Tinrr--- '.'.-ri!!, C,".r.c.-nn- Hoicn Hori'.ice, of (2) Roy Rogers (8) Featuretto <11) Ranje Rider (13i Mickey Mouse Club 5:30 (11) Sports and Weather 5:45 tll> Doug Edwards and , the News 6:00 (2) World ATTarge I8> The Friendly Giant (11) My Little Margie (13) T. V. News 6:10 113) Weathcrgal i2i Today In Sports 8:15 (13) John Daly and the News (2 Channel 2 Newsreel (8) Magic Doorwiys 6:25 (2) Weathercast 6:30 (11) Robin Hood (2) The Georgia Gibbs Show (13) Bold Journey ifl) To Be Announced 6:45 (2i NBC News 7:00 (ID Those Whiting Girls '2) Twenty One (13) Ail-Star Theatre (B) The Written Word 7:30 (2) Arthur Murray Party (11) Richard Diamond (13) Lawrence Welk Teen Show (8) Houston School- board 1:25 (11) New* Headline* 1:30 (11) Evening Hymn TUESDAY 6:25 (lb Morning Hymn 6:30 (2) Morning Devotional! (11) Rural Reveille 6:35 (2) George RoesnM 8:45 (2) George Roejntr 6:5S (13) Sign On Local Baptist Group Will Attend Giorieta Assembly In New Mexico of S 00 <1U Durns & Allen '2) Amateur Hour 8:30 (2) New Adventures Martin Ka'if (11) Talent Scouts (13) State Trooper 0:00 (II) Studio One" ~ (2> Cnarlie Farrell Show (13- Celebrity Playhouse 9:30 (2i Wells Fargo (13) Wire Service 7:00 (2) Today (11) Captain Kuifaro* (13) Soundtrack 7:30 (8) Life Science* 7:45 (11) 11 Video Lane 8:00 (2) Home (11) Garry Moor* Show 8:15 (8) InduitryOn Parad* 8:30 (11) Arthur Godfrey Time (8) The Latin America* 1:00 (2) The Price It Right (8) Valuei In LUtritur* 0:30 (2) Truth or Consequences (11) Strike It Rich (13) Romper Room 9:45 (0) Sign Off 10:00 (2) Tic Tac Dough (11) Valiant Lady 10:15 (ID Love of Life 10:30 (2> It Could B* Yo« (11) Search For Tomorrow (13) Libarc* 10:45 (11) Guiding Light 10:00 (2) Badge 714 (11) City Detective 10:30 (2) Final Edition News <1!) Late Show (131 Movietime L' S A Movie Date A number of Brazosport res- Baptist except for Miss Henny. idents will be ainunx the -roin^who is a Jones Creek resident attending Sunday School week, and a member of the Baptist July 4-10, at Giorieta Baptist Church in that community. Assembly in New Mexico. Dr. Some c.f the party left Sat- J. N. Barnett, secretary of the urday morning, June 29, and Southern Baptist Sunday School others jr.ade their departure I Board, will be director of the.early Monday. July 1. On the ( io-4C assembly period. [trip to Giorieta and during the,_ In attendance from Brazos--return trip the group plans 10-11-55 (13) late NPVU port will be: Miss Jo Iris Comp- • ,io some sightseeing in N'e* i ton, Miss Barbara Henny, Miss Mexico at such scenic places' U:00 (2) Sign Off Alleen O'Connor, Mr. and Mrs. a » Carlsbad Caverns, White'_. '13> Sign Off Hhdo«s Smith, Johnnv Me- Sands, Sangrtla Mountains and Guire, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. B.tl- s.v>ta Fc. \V h i 1 e on the assetnbly sriiur.dj, the i,rcup will attend •.vorkshops. msp:ra;ion»l as.=em- til>" porio.is and social gatr lard, Mr. and Mrs. I.c.'i Smith and sous, and Harold Davis, educational Director of the Kreeport Kii>t Baptist Church. All aie Fn-eport residents and members of the Freeport first resent Surfside Is Site Of Youth Night <i. Planned and organized recreation will be featured in the nro.;is-n for the afternoons. Tours of Indian ressiva lions wi'l also be a part of t h i group's activities during their stay at Gloriesa The next evening meeting of Youth Nisht will be held at Surfside Beach at fi p.m. 'rtu\se wishing t.) h'- teiui are invited to meet at regular Tuesday p ereida . g Are p aren t3 Conjratulat'ons to Mr. r.'-ji Mrs. Casin-.iro 1'iveida cf 1*-.. zorra who are the proud parents of a ii'.-A- biby boy, frank. He \veighed six pounds at birth on June 2-i in Dow Hospital. No ma'tsr how btauliiul an TO-Nllt HOD CAMEKON IN "WAGONS WEST" WO. HIT ''The Pheiiix City Story" Firsl Ha'-Hist Church in Kiteport atui They will be piv- e;i transportation to the rally. Games providing fun for all have been planned and an evening meal will be served. The alrun « stewardess mey b», evening's program will feature P°"«rd» Grandpappy Jenkins, a song lest and testimony per- sh *' 1 *" 11 » P lan « a»L iod. Some 40 young people have ••""•"^"•""•"•"••"••••••••••• :i attending the Tuesday evening sessions but it is hoped that the number will in—ea>and \outh from all of the Braz osport area will come. MOV * TUBS. WALT DISNEY'S WESTWARD HO THE WAGON JESS PABKKR Flavor telK why ;Mello-D-M.iU ' is so populoi i'Htj SAKITAKY KAItM DA1K1LS "at jour store or al -our door" &«< K. Milu-Ph. 5-20I3-Ciul« 11:00 (2) Movi« Dat« (11) Amos 'n Andy (13> Life With Elizabeth 11:30 HI) A» the World Turn* U3) 1 Spy 12:00 ill) Our Miss Brooks (13) Liberal 12:30 (2) Tennessee Eml* (11) Linkletter'i HOUM Party 1:00 (1) NBC Matine* Theatre (1!) The Big Payoff (13) Action Calvacad* 1:30^11) Bob Croiby 2:00 (2) Queen For A Day (11) Brighter Day (13) Lltwrace 2:15 (11) Secret Storm 2.30 ell) Edge of Night (13) Life With Eliiabttk 2:45 12) Modern Romancw 3:00 (2) Comedy Time " (11) Early Show (131 I Spy 3:30 (2) Winners Circle (131 Kraiy K«t Theatre The Community Calendar MONDAY, JULY I 8.30 p.m.— Lai"! Jackson LJpnj Club, t-inoiveit House, L.ike Jackson 7:30 p.m.- Uk.> Jscicson Jaycets Juycee Clubhouse, Lake Jiciia m 7:3-) piu.-- \Vc_-t Coliuubid Amrricin Lc t 'iii'! Legion Hall. \Vt;t C'jiumbU 7:30 p m — Pyih:;n ^:,ters, I-re.|Xiit Temple r;.i. 16 Msciaib', K of P Hull, rrci-ixiri 7 30 p:n.— Kaiabow Guls Meeting, Maa.jnic Lod^e, t'reeport 8:00 pm.— Like Jickson Masons Stated Meeting, L*lta Jackson .Masonic Hall 8:'X> p.m —Freeport OdJ/el- l*os Lidge No. 951, iOOK Hows Ixjdge No. 951. lOOr 8:uO p.m.- Lake JKX^OU Alcoholics Alloiijrr.o'js, for place of uieciing cull ~i- TUESDAY, JULY 2 8:09 »ju.--B/.ujip..'U iriOQ'i Golf Assn,, i"Yeep Cioll CoiUie 11:30 a.m.— Lake Jackson Kiwanis, City Cite, Lake Jickson 7 00 p.m. — Lake Jackson American Legion. Lejlon Hall 7:00 p in.—Brancspnrt Optimist Club, Dow Hotel 7:00 p.m.—Ladles AjxtHsry, Velisco K!re Dept., Tire Station, Vei»sco 7:30 pm.—Vflasco Masoois Lodfef. Velasco 7:30 pm. — Pythian Gulf Ten.piR. No 122. K »l P Hall, Vt!as<xj 7:30 p.m— Vcla-sco Lion* Club, Velaico Community Houso 7:30 pui— We^t Coluoibi* Mat^r.s Stated Mettuig, St. John's No. 5 Hall, West Columbia 7:30 pm.— LULACS, Civic Meeting Room, Brazoapcrt Savings Center 7-30 p.m.—fcrceport J»ye««, Jtycces Club House, Fr*«port WEDNESDAY, JULY I ll:ixj a.m.— Clute Garden Club, Member*' Hoaxes 12:15 p.m.—tflc-eport KlWi- lij. Dow Hotel Call Freepott 3-1311, tiUniioo Mt lot UtUff Presented as a public tertiic* by The Dow Chemical Company Texas Division

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