The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on July 25, 1962 · Page 2
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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, July 25, 1962
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f A*l t Ed!torlal-~Adv BE 3-3511—CI«*lfl*d—M 3-2*11 THI BHAXOJPORT FACTS 8RAZ05PORT AND MAZORIA COUNTY. TIXAS. WBD.. JULY JS. W2 RAMBO S FURNITURE HOME FURNISHING AT THESE LOW, LOW PRICES! "COMPARE OVU PRICES"! s\u; HURRY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE GREAT REDUCTION PRICES! DINETTES: 5 PG. DINETTES 7 PC. DINETTES 9 PC. DINETTES 7 PC. DINETTES D.IUX.. LIVING ROOM *.,.i.r v.h. $».* ».,..« Y.I-. $*.« ........ R.««I« v.i«. w.» IM.I «ALI '39 $ 59 '79 $ 79 Regular Valut ,,„ .,. . 8 PC, SOFA BED SUITE M a : „«,, ............. SAL, '99 5 PC. SOFA BED SUITE 7 PC, SOFA BED SUITE 7 PC. SOFA BED SUITE 5 "or* c.r\c A nm SROUP Ran , eh s . tylt . r\^S , OVXi /*. DLjLS R.gular Value $139.95 2 PC LIVING ROOM SUITE S. Ri J.t ,,*». SALI SAL. '99 '149 129 '99 R.g. $QQ LE 93 4 PC. SECTIONAL tf fl £ m v£ ?fe, SALE 139 All Foam and Nylon R.gular $179.95 .. . ,, *1 CO SALE JAJvf '119 '189 '189 5 PC. SECTIONAL CONTEMPORARY COUCHES 2 PC. SLEEPER-SUITES ln t"^r ALL SLEEPER COUCHES Ri t ».,.« SAL. With Mattresi, including S»aly, International, .re. 3 PC, LOUNGE GROUP OCCASIONAL CHAIRS *.„,„*.„. $,4.« PLATFORM ROCKERS R. 9 u..rv.i«.$.Mi SAL. PLATFORM ROCKERS *.,-.* v.h» $24.91 $A. . SWIVEL ROCKERS *.,-.., *.„. HMI ~ - SAL. '25 SWIVEL ROCKERS R ., u ,. r v., u .,.,.,. SAL, '39 POLE LAMPS R.,ul.r Valu. $12.91 SAL, "J EARLY AMERICAN LIVING ROOM: J PC. PLASTIC EARLY AMERICAN C1TTTT ' ne ' ul ^ 9S ' S«tt«», Roek.r, Chtir, O vj 1 1 Loos* Foam S.att & Backs BARLY AMERICAN COUCHES $ 49 $ 9 14 18 R.gular Yalu. JI99.9S SAL. .. Rtgulir Vilu. $139.91 SAL. MAM it vl '99 BAP.LY AMERICAN PLATFORM ROCKERS X7; h vS.i' SAL. '49 EARLY AMERICAN SWIVEL ROCKERS R,, u ,. f *,„. $74.n ....... SAL. $ 59 BEDROOM: 4 PC. BEDROOM SUITE n MH ..ry.iu.$.w.n....sALi *99 Includes; Dresser, Mirror, Bookcase Bed, Chest, Choice of Stylai, Danuh, Mapl. ate. 4 PC, BEDROOM SUITE R^™. !,,,.,• ,...SA« '149 Includes: Doubl. Dresser, Mirror, Bookcas. Bad, and Choie. of Limad Oak, Walnut *r Gray hnuh. \1T K T TVTTTT "OTTTVTV TI'C i r\ Wi * h BUNKIES And Matehin9 Chtit $ WALNUI DUNK DLL) R. gu i.rViiu.$ 129.91 SAL. J PC. PLASTIC TOC MAPLE ncludas: Doubl. Drassar, Mirror and Bookcaia $ 89 BEDROOM SUITE FULL SIZE FOAM ENSEMBLE INNERSPRING MATTRESS sLStifft. '39" SALE 59 ngi R.g. J 59.90 Valut SEALY ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS MATTRESS AND BOX SPRINGS. AT THE LOW. LOW. PRICI "COMPARE OUR PRICES" RAMBO S FURNITURE HWY26* AN 5-2151 CLUTH thrlr horn* at Hie Scott Apnit-lnl in liKW. HP l» »mploy«1 M n mentu In AiiRlpton. Slip will lw> n senior student nl AiiRlrlnn High Schnol, whore her groom Rrarlnnt- for the Rlrt tJind Flying Service. Out-of-town giirsls lor Hi. wod-|( mv ii. cling Inrludnd Mr*. tVllp ("nrlon, urniidniollipr of thr hi ido; Mr. and Mm. .Hmmy tliiRhos, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Roy HiiRhos, nil of Buy- MR. AND MBS. ROBEBT LEE MUTINA Wed In Anglelon Church Ceremnny Photo By .lark Miss Guthrie Wed To Robert Mutina Tht marriage of Miss Linda Louisa Guthrit of Angleton and Robert L«« Mutina at Roshavon The bride's mother wore a suit in shades of blue and gray with black The palcnt accessories. -- jjiuiv.n s inotlu'r selected an aqua was lolemnized at 7:30 p.m. Sahir-1 d rcss an d hlack accessories. They day in th» Angleton Missionary ! both wore pink rosebud corsages. Baptist Church. Following the ceremony, a re- The bride is the daughter of | ception given by Mr. and Mrs. Mr., and Mrs. L. E. Guthrie Jr. |\V. M. MeCnuley was held at the of Angleton and the groom's par-1 Angleton Bank a t Commerce, ents are Mr. and Airs. E. H. I The table was draped with pink Mutina of Rosharon. met and held silver candelabra The Rev. R. E. Welch led the;with white tapers. Pink frozen couple in their double ring vows.; punch was served from a silver The altar was decorated with. service. The three tiered wedding three baskets of gladioli and stock,, cake was topped with the tradi- along with a pair of spiral can-i tional miniature bride and groom, delabra. The setting was further- Members o( the house party enhanced by a background of [assisting with the reception were greenery. " | Mrs. Ri!r-y Siebel of Angleton; and Nuptial music was provided by j Mrs. Jimmy Hughes of Baytown Jeanette M. Stuksa of Alvin, and a cousin of the bride. Miss Ann she also accompanied the soloist, [Jotih McLeamoto of Alvin in the Hughes of Baytown passed ou tiny white rice bags tied with I i selections "Because" and "The | blue ribbons. Surd's Prayer," i For travel, the bnde chose a Given in marriage by h.t|white and tan striped two-piece father the brids wore a sown of • suit, complemented with burn white organza over nylon tulle!orange ncccssories and a white and white taffeta, fashioned with a oattleya orchid corsage, scalloped neckline. The fitted bod- "*" "" lice came to a point in the front 'and buttoned down the back with, tiny, lace covered buttons. The, long sleeves came to a point at the wrists. , The full, floor length skirt I featured a large pleat in the biick [which opened up and revealed jlace that spread out into a train. The front of the skirt was spp'.i- qued with flowers of lace. i Her fingertip veil of illusion was I held in place by a tiara ol seed pearls. Her crescent shaped bouquet was fashioned of white roses and stephanotis, with lace leaves land a touch of green ivy. Miss Loriane Mutina, a sister of the groom, was the bride's only attendant. She wore a dress of light blue tafleta with brocaded flowers. White accessories, a .small blue hat with a net veil, land a corsage of white carnations and pink roses complemented her costume. Jack Mercon of Rosharon was the bridegroom's best man. Stephen Roy Guthrie and George Mu- tina, brothers of the bride and groom, were the uaheit. JONES CREEK GROCERY HIGHWAY 3« AT BLINKER LIGHT MM., ft tAf. IPMUU JULY Z JONIJ ORIfN REGISTER FOR ONI $ 25 Basket of GROCERIES TO BE GIVIN AWAY SAT.. JULY 28H, 7 P.M. YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN LIBBY'S Tomato Juice c COLD REFRESHING Watermelons EA. Gtn»r«l Electric Snoox Alarm Four Only Clock R " N o'vJ 5 4" Bsy«r 100 Silt Aspirin V 5 ' C 59 C lit! Fluff Sw«etmill< Biscuits 10 T° Elgin MARGARINE 2 far 25 Hunt! TOMATOES 303 Ps ± 16 C Snowdrift SHORTENINGS ,65 GiinT TIDE 69 C Saldin Rip? BANANAS -10 Nic. POTATOES 10 Lb ,39 c Prepare Your j Son For College At Allen Academy P.r.n*. who w.nt _ ioni Jo b. fully qu.lifi.d for '• fm ;»'° n ., 1 ° coll.,. .hould Inv.skaat. All.n in Bry.n— T.«« old«» pr.p ichool. Rich in »r.dition, ihi. 76 ,ld ichnol h.i b..n . LiO.r '"> .duc.tion .nd it ii r«ogn.i.d throughout th. world .11 on. of Jh. n.tion'i outlt.ndinq ichooli. All.n h.. im.ll cl.ii.t, . Ui9«. will • qu.lifi.d f.cully »nd »n .bov.-.v.r.go itud.nt body. Stud.ntl g.» individu.l iSchol.itic .t.ndardt .» All.n Ac.- «r« on . high l.v.l by p.rion.l .tt.ntion «t .1 Mm.t .nd ip.cial tutoring wh.i n.c.ll.ry. Cl.u.i it.rt In th. i.v.nth gr.d. .nd continu. through high ichool .nd Junior coll.g.. Writr ; lod.y for . c.talog th.t d.icrib. All.n in Turn .r. en Military Academy BRYAN. TEXAS Mr. and Mrs. Mutina will make GALVANIZED CABINET LOWEST PRICES EVER ON POR RUST RESISTANCE SALE AIR- Conditioner NOW * J.J«ID FAN * IXHAUST * 110 Diqm. Alt DIFLECTION 1 COATS IAK1D INAMIL * DRY CONSTRUCTION M«4tl CURB 16,500 BTU CERTIFIED RATED WHILE THEY LAST its quiet running NOW ONLY PLUS $10 NORMAL INSTALLATION $10 SCRVICI Oth.r T. CheM. Prom, All Dra«tleolly MVOORHIES RCA Whirlpool Appliances CY 7-2S78 36 Clrel. Way Lak*

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