The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on July 23, 1962 · Page 2
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Freeport, Texas
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Monday, July 23, 1962
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MAZOSPORT AND IRA2ORIA COUNTY, TIXAt MONDAY, JULY 23. W2 THI BftAZOSPORT FACTS Editorial—Adv—BE 3-3511— Classified—BE 3-2611 PAGE 5 [iss Larkin Wed b Hale M. Jones Mi*j« Janelle (Ijiye Uirldn iK'.lseivcd punch. fiuesls were re^is-•,•-1110 Ihe bride of llnlo Mniiuelltered hy Miss Jerry I/mine F'nrl- Jones In fl ceremony in Ihe home or. ;ol the brides |>.'ircnK Mr. mid; Fol . ,,., nT | fo| . „ Aiding hip Mrs. Henry McDuff Lnrkln ofj,,,,, b| . |f | p ,.| mnRw) lnlo „ mt ,|, m Athens, 'lln' RM.'im i* 'he :«>n n'irolnrrd mill of lair over laffela MIR. lie-en*!' Mimuel Juii-'S o ' cuinplonieiiled with white palrni r-'iecporl, nnd Ihn lute Mr. Jones. Hccessnrios and n while orchid The donhle riiiK ceremony w as ( corsage. rnid hy the Hcv. Howard Uii|irco,! M r . nn rt M,- g . .| onn ., arr . making pnslor of Ihi' Tiibcrn.-iclc Baptist jthelr home in Houston. She it a' ^Church !il Klkiirl, iii-d formerlyj K rmhmlc of Alhen* Illeh School of Brn/ospnrl. !nml Henderson County Junior Col- Hold cnnilp|;ihr;i. holding votive lei>o whore she was a nioinhor of candles and entwined with South-;Kappa Alpha Pi and Phi Theta mi smilax, nmrked Ihr ullnr solvKappa. linn bcncalh a double nrchwnyi Ho Is a gradual* of Hraznsport i where Ihr vows wrrn e>;< hatiRrd. llif>h School and attended Texas. Civrn In mnrrhuje liy her fnlh-' A *M ColleRr where he win af-! i>r. Ihr hrlde worr n wall/ ler.alh Nlialed with Phi Ktfl Slstma fra-. gown of while fhanlilly luce over'^'i'iilly. '^ "'i" served four years, laffrln, rtcsiRiir-d wilh a fltjtn-lne hi the U. S. Air Knrce and is prr hfidico. portrait nrcklinr. -• a p "ently ntlrndinR the University of I slcrvrs. mid n bell shaped skirl •Houston. i wilh n scalloped hemline. A bustle '•"''"I KiieM* for the wedding In- IKIW with full lenp.lh strrarnors '•'"'I' 1 '! »'<> Broom's molh.'r am, accented a ciinimrrhiind which hl * hrothers, GrorRe and James sh.-iprd Iho. wnislhnr. Jonos; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. . ii-. 1,1 Easley, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. A crown o white vc vc e;ucs ,-, , ,. , . , .,. ,, . ,. , i ,,i i i i i - Huddick and children, all of Free- eiicriisted wilh seed prarl.s hold her shoulder length vril of silk' 1 ™ 1 ' _... Miss Irvin Complimented With Pre-Nuptial Shower PAAI*.*.,* beoroe To Spend Month In New York State Miss Jane Irvin, bride-elect of A/.V RcHierl r. Jennings, w.-s honored re. eiiw wilh a pre-ntip Hal shown-, hold at Mrs. Wals Ion's Tra Room in Krccpurt. Itoslesscs (or thr ovonl were Mrs. D. M. Lswlis. Mrs. II. L Howard. Mrs. W. Calverl, Mrs G. 1,. Kirkland, Mrs. C. P. Brock Mrs C. S. Parks, and Mi's. J. A. Abshior. A green, while ami pink theme was carried oul in decorations. The refreshment table was covered with a white cloth and centered with the Iraditional bride, and Kroom, flanked hy silver candel- abra. Punch was served from a silver bo,vl al one end of the table and coffee from a silver service at Ihe other. Silver trays held liny .sandwiches, cookies, minis and mils. Gifts were displayed on a table : laid wilh a white cloth and guests were registered al a white covered (able dec-oralpr! with fern and coral vine. Miss Kay Brock presided at Ihe bride's book and Miss Marilyn Calverl registered the gills. , The hoslcssos presented Miss Irvin with a corsage of pink car- nations and bridal lace that complimented tho white suit she. chose for the occasion. Her mother, Mrs. Riiey W. Irvin of Frrpport, was given a corsage, fashioned of while carnations. The hostesses' gift lo the honoree was an electric percolator. About 50 persons attended Ihe shower. Miss Irvin and Airman Jen nines will bp married in August. HP is the son of Mrs. Grace Jennings of Dallas and Olan Jen - ;nings of .Sulphur Springs. ke Jackson's St. Timothy's 'Episcopal Church reclor, Ihe Rev. George L. Carlisle Jr., and family will leave Lake Jackson al thp end of this month and drive to Now V'ork to spend August. 'Ilip Rev. Carlisle will supply for thp congregation of Christ 'Church in Lynhrook. 'Die Carlisles :plan to do some sight seeing in New York and visit with her (family in upstate New York. They 1 [will slay in the. rectory in Lyn- jhrook. During I IIP rector's absence, the Rev. James W. O'Connell, recior of the Church of the Holy Cross in Paris, Te\. ivill hfl at Ihe Lake ,],i : -.on church. Hft will lakp Ihr Sir/'/.-v set-vices and Ihe O'Connolls «iil he staying at the rectory. While Ihe Rr.v. Carlisle ii Wl vacation, weekday Communion services will be discontinued. MISS IKVIN. I.M-T, IS RlflDM, SHOWER IIONOKKF, Aim I'lrtitrpd I* Her Mulder, Mm. Kllry Irvin illusion, ami she carried a while' Rihle topped with a while calllrya orchid. Miss Nannie Ka>e Ijirkin was her twin's maid of hulinr and Tiioinns R. Kasley of Kreoporl was Ihe best man. Miss !.arkiii was gowned in crcen silk organ/.a. slvled similar lo that of the bride, ami she carried a nosegay of while dahlia munis and asters. Crystal candelabra and crystal votive cups and while candles formed Ihe h;-cl<uroinnt for Ihe linde's Hiblt! and Ixjuciiiot which were used as a centerpiece for thp rpfrp c hmcnt lahlp for ihe ie- ceplion that was held imtno<halr- ly following the ceremony. Miss Judith Ann Cox of Dallas presided at Ihe tiered wedding Buttons, Bows Dance The Kiillom and Bows Squaiv Dance Club will hold ils regular m e e I i n K on Tuesday at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Freeport. Dancing will begin at 7-30 p.m. with Bill Choate calling. Carpet Is Key To Decor Of Qlamorous Bathroom But don't call in a contractor. Remodel it yourself with fabrics! Bathroom carpeting, rugs, towels, snd curtains today give you unlimited choice in color and design and make your remodeling project an exciting one. Tufted bathroom carpel nalei have shown a tremendous upsurge lately, according to the Tufted Textile Manufacturers Associa • (ion. Wonderfully warm and washable, carpeting comen In a broad cracked tiles, exposed plumbing, and a maddening conglomeration of pattern and color in Ihe tile. The financial costs of modernizing were prohibitive, so they turned lo fabrics. Remodeling began with selec (Ion of wall-to-wall uifl'-d bathroom carpeting lo match wall tiles. The carpeting comes in three-loot widths that can be cut and quickly installed by any housewife. A ipii-'tin famlws who for busl- ss reason must move frequent- : Kven the newest bathrooms can jbp given a warm, fresh new look i by baih rugs, lid ami tank covers 'and other tufted accessories. You will find them in nylon, cotton, rayon, nnd other washable fibers, i in match-or-mix colors to go with ;>our towels, shower curtains, and bathroom colors, your bathroom is cold, old, is '"" ' SD Towels and curtains offer you ( .,, nains wnit . h mau . n tne shwver an almost unlimited choice from (nlrtnins . Both curtains and towels soft, sublle pastels to riotous t,^, „ prc ii y , |x > t it P point design ifllors befitting a maharajah. You reminiscent of the best of the can select from many motifs. Victorian era. In the room shown here, thp -p),,. ovcril || e tlc<-\: warm, inti- owners faced the problem of matf . m( j luxurious .fabric costs: a round S100. The luxurious effect belies the easy care, for both the lulled carpet and llie canopy and curtain are machine washable. There's :llllle scrubbing in this bathroom to, for the carpeting is held together by masking tape and can | he vacuumed for daily care. f Sections come up for laundering. •. carpeting also adds •considerable warmth during the j winter and can be taken up, ii desired, and stored for the summer months, il aLso can be re-cul lor reuse by the thousands o f i Community | Slated By St. Timothy's : ! Plans are underway for a community • wide barbecue Aug. IS. sponsored by St. Timothy's Episcopal Church in I-ake Jackson. i Chairmen for the event are i Clyde Boyd. ticket sales: Bob Allen, barbecue: Jack Simpson, jfood handling: Sheldon Salisbury. t proiiiremenl; V. K. Bo'^s, entertainment and arrangements; .Monroe Schradfr. treasurer; Rill | Billingsley. publicity; Barbara I Henderson. Women's hake sale; jand Bob Johiwon, teenage --on! ce»lons. Friends Surprise Mrs. Casey With Housewarming Mrs. Oil'je Casey was surprised hy a group of her friends, recently, wilh a house • warming al her new home on Wilson Road in Chile. Mrs. Casey was presented with a Colonial boudoir lamp, a set of TV trays, a ruby red hobnail va.«e and a salt, pepper and mustard set. Watermelon drinks and snacks were served. Attending were Mrs. Amy Hall, Mrs. Uiella Nowlin. Mrs. C. H. Swifl, Mrs. I. J. Newton, Mrs. Roy Kendall. Mrs. Ruth deWall. Mrs. Margaret Mullen. Mrs. Dossie Bradshaw. Mrs. Lillian Bull. Mrs. Myra Skewes, and Mrs. Maud Hart, and Mrs. Casey's sister and house guest, Mrs. A. P. Ortolon of Longview. OI.UM. I1II.AI'II)ATKI) 01.11 BATH WAS UKPKKSSING OMIIITS Coultl Nut Alfiinl Kf|;ul»r A.NlltH .\li:ll I'i.l ..l.itMi» I... SI M.I,.V1U> Ml'TUIUAN THtllE fulled fabric* <iu>i" U""' l-imirluiu t.)t *|i ( »'»llu» t'liurm At ISral> Allen i Military Academy i BHVAN. TEXAS 3 MORE BIG DAYS Rtitrvtd Qu«nt;t;«i BOYS' & GIRLS' SALES ^ DOUBLE B ™ 5 TUESDAY WITH 1.15 PUICHAJi OK MORI MORE LOW, LOW PRICES! PREM Prleei Good in Freeport .'c; Julv 23-25 UIUHIHEHT 12-OZ. CAN IRHILE ennnnns WHIP SALAD DRESSING QT. JAR GOLDEN RIPE LB. Surfside Club Members Learn Raffia Surfside Club members learned raffia weaving at the recent meeting held in the home of Mrs. • Anglea Brannan. Also. »ome of the 'members displayed articles they had made. The next meeting will be on i Aug. 1 at 1:30 p.m. al the home 'ol Jackie Kradella. 317 Southern loaks Drive in l,ake Jackson. Any- joiw interested in visiting or joining the club is asked to i-all AN 5-, .5SO-I, BK .1-1SM, or CY 7-:S>46. ! Prepare Your I Son For College At Allen Academy, P.r.nll wrin w«nt lo«« '» i b. lully qu«li(''«d *<" •dm''""'^ 1 '| "e.d*my'in° U |ty.n— T.,n' ! pr«p icheol. \ Rich in Ir.dilmr., Ih.l H >••'' ', old ichool r,ji b.«n « lildir in ].duc«lion «nd it il ricoqnind I iKrouqhoui lh» world •> «-i« »' '»« •mlion'i ouliUndinq icrioo'i All.n^ k«l im<ll cltim. < l«"3". will . qu«iili<d (•cully <nd <n! ' «bov..jYir«q« iludinl body. | Sludinlt qt> ini)i<idu<l quidincl. SchoUttic il*nd«rdl «t Ailtn Ac*-: d«mv «r« m«!nl«in*d on * high : i«v«l by ptriontl oHtntion «i ill, limvt And ip«c<«l tutoring when i noctutry. Cliuil Dirt in In. i.v.nth ' qr«d. «nd conlinu. Ihrouqh hiqh ! ichool <nd junior coll.q. Wrll. lodlv 'or > c.Uioq Ih.t d.icrib.l All.n in d.ldil. T.rnti EOT PIES BEEF-CHICKEN OR TURKEY 8-OZ. PIES SHRimP [HOPS WHITE MEDIUM SIZE LB. YOUNG VEAL SQ. CUT SHOULDER LB. 43 Liquid ^|| .22-01. O7C X 29c Lean Sliced Picnics » 39c Topco Detergent Jelly Strin Rolls - 29c Worrell Liver Links 5c Bit-O-Koney Burs -", 21 c Sherbet -; - 29. Avocados r E» 12« Strawberries 3 ""1 CHEESE CREAM CHEESE FOOD CLUB--3 oz. Pkg. Ivory Soap 2 & 3lc EVtRYDAY LOW »RICf Ivory Soap 3 ^ 29c IVERYDAY LOW PRICE Ivory Soap 4 B P ;:, 27c IYERYDAV UOW fRICI Ivory Snow £ 79c to 9 , 35c EVERYDAY LOW PRICE ID Spry 3 r b 83c J Can tVtRYDAY LOW PRICi C

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