The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on July 29, 1962 · Page 2
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Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, July 29, 1962
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PA«t 2 Editorial—Adv—BE 3-3511— Classified—IE 3-2411 THE BRAZOSPORT PACTS IRAZOSPORT AND 8RAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS. SUNDAY. JULY 29. 19*2 Miss Dannhaus Honored With FP Bridal Shower Miss Freddie Map Dannhaus, |and mils. H-ide-elect of Frank Griffin ,lr., | -]•),,, h os | CSSPS (fAimlelon, was honnrrd reirnlly ; Dannhmls „.,„, nth a pre-nuptial shower, held it Mrs. Walslon's Tea Room in 1 " 011 "'f Fred W. presented „.,„, a whj|p , sc. Her mother, Dminhaiis, and Miss Mis Mis I"rcepoi1. Hoslesses for Ihe event were Frank S. Griffin Sr., mother of llrs. Noble Adams, Mrs. .T. D. n , p R room-elccl, were given coi ' HhiR. Miss Kathy K. King and carnations, i Iliss Neva Bunch. . , , . ,, A while, yellow and green Oifts were displayed on a table home was carried out in the dcco-1'aid with a while cloth. Guests 'alions. The refreshment table was were registrred at a while table lovered with a wiiite cloth and decorated with yellow roses. Mis lenlered with a K o 1 d candela- Thom!ls F . (ul| . .^ „, (| , p (rum. Punch w-as served from a irystal punch howl at one end of l "' i(le ' s lx " >k ' anrl Mlss KlllR le ' the lable and coffee fi-om H silver gistcivd Ihe gifts. The hostesses iervice at the other. t:ifl to the h^noree was an elet Crystal and silver trays held ,,.,,. p m . o | a | 0 ,. Sny sandwiches,^ cookies, mints Mis ,. rjannhaus and the pros ~~ pcctive groom will he married Sept. 1. DRIVE-IN CONVENIENCE With SUPER MARKET PRICES GIROUARD'S SUPER MARKET «» W. I Fmport Church Women lo Meet The Women of St. Timothy's Episcopal Church in Lake Jackson will have their regular meeting at 10 a.m. on Wednesday. Since the rector, the Rev. George L. Carlisle Jr., is on vacation, there will be no communion service preceeding Ihe meeting. Hearn Vows Exchanged In Honolulu Chapel Rites The Navy Chapel in Honolulu. Hawaii, was the setting for the double ring ceremony at 6:30 p.m. Saturday that united in marriage Miss .Iiidilh Ann Mariee Wade of Lake Jackson and John Clifton Hearn of Honolulu. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wade of Lake Jnckson and the groom's parents are the Rev. and Mrs. Bill Hearn of Chile. F. \V. Brink, Commander of Chaplin Corps.. U. S. N., officiated at the military weddin™. 'Pie bride and groom sang "The Ha- i waiian Wedding Song" while stand- 1 Ing at the altar. The bride wore n formal gown i of white satin trimmed with Chan- lilly lace, fashioned with a point Ronnld \V. Gradine attended the Mouse, while accessories, and the lifted from her Hearn will make their home in Aiea, Hawaii. They For a wedding trip in Hawaii, "'V^',' R ™'J l1 " ll . rJi "* R^ospoil High School. He is nn electricians mule in the United Slntes Navy, comple- she plans to attend the Univer- jridegroom as best man. 'ore-hid corsage Following Ihe ceremony, a re- bridal bouquet, ccption was held in the home, of; M''- and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gradine. . ., the bride changed into a three piece hrown knit suit, menled with n white chiffon jsity of Honolulu. Miss King Is Wed To Roy Augustine Miss Connie Marie King of Post, ed bodice and long pointed sleeves jTex . a former business teacher that closed with satin covered but- !at Brazosport High School, and 'Roy Cooper Augustine of Kinder, tons. The skirt featured a satin front I 1 *- mn ™ f « "' '» n " 1 ' . 1 pane, n nd a yoke of Chantilly I Saturday in St. 1 'hillip Nen Catluv > ' ' MRS. .IOIIN CLIFTON HEAHN The Former Ml«« .Iiidilh Ann Marine Wade Photo By Chudulek FREEPORT FINE SHOES HI WEST SECOND ST. FINAL SUMMER Stock from our store In Texas City has been consolidated with stock from our store for this great sale! Sale lasts for one week only! Thousands of pairs to choose from. Spring and Summer stock! Many Ideal for year 'round wear! Be here early for best selection! Out they 90 at a fraction of the original cost! GROUP 1 LOOK AT THIS BARGAIN TABLE! oil sizes • LADIES U.S. KED'S • CHILDRENS U.S. KED'S • LADIES SANDALS • LADIES SPORT SHOES • LADIES CASUAL BOOT • CHILDRENS SANDALS • ODDS & ENDS • ALL COLORS VALUES TO $7.99 GROUP 2 Ladies Stacked Heel Connies WALKING SHOES Connie and Paris Fashion Dress and Casual LADIES FLATS In All Colors and Whites Regular To 8.99 GROUP 3 LADIES SANDALS Whiles and a few other colors Values To 8.99 NOW $^00 2 GROUP 4 LADIES DRESS SHOES Hi and Mid heels by Jacqueline, Connie. Naturalizer Galaxie, and others Regular To 14.99 .| OUJ NOW 5 99 Miss Warren Is Honored With Pre-Nuptial Shower M i s i Janice Diane Warren bride-elect of Derryl Streetman, was feted recently with a bridal shower in the home of Mrs. J. lace that extended from this panel! 1 "' Ch"™" '" into a point in the back an,, swept! >nir hrld<1 ls ""' into a chapel length train. The| Ml '- nn " Mrs ' "'• sleeves and scalloped neckline I '' a - Vl of the dress were enhanced with lace appliques. She wo.- a lace covered scalloped, satin crown with a tulle veil. She carried a white bridal bouquet centered with two white orchids. Mrs. Sally H. Gradine was the matron of honor. She wore dress of aqua brocade, a d «»Rhter o " Lox ot Mo. She received her BBA degree from Stephen F. Austin College in l!XiO and her MBA in 1962 from Ihe University of Texas. She is n member of Ihe Alpha Oil, Kappa Delta Pa, Delta Pi Epsilon, and Pi Omega PI. He attended Southwestern Ixjul- siana University and McNcese „„„ „„,„-,-,„ ayelte, Miss and (lie groom iv s ,. ((e Co , |CRp nn( , js ( , m . rcntl jn hp so " of Mr " nfi Mrs ' * rnnk ' the United Slates Air Force. ,!lhe I Augustine of Kinder, i The Rev. Aureli J. Robichaud performed ihe double ring ceremony, at an altar decorated with i two urns of white gladioli. i 'Hi* bride chose for her wed- a mreet length dress of white n lace, fashioned with a > .*, >-•%«»« .Py> - ' f-"'v>i '•RAZOSP ,| RECIPI MRS. THOMAS IMCKIF, IIKNHON Wed In Virginia Baptist Church Oreninny wedding i, planned forjhtaddrt*. with aqua veiling, white re a aj| „ e t . k line , cap whiter" . ,,,,, birt ... ilh Hnnhle ™<" " '' U Denson - Midkiif Marriage Solemnized On Saturday while, held ihe crystal service and cookies. Gifts were displayed on a lace covered table. Lid in Wesleyan Service Guild Holds Korean Barbecue punch! ja string of pearls which were a Mis* lx)i-etla Carroll Midkiff of ; Halifax, Va. and Thomas Dickie ! Denson of Freeport were united gift of the groom. .She while orchids on top of carried i'" " 1alTia K e in a double ring whjtf .|ceremony at 8 p.m. Saturday in oi-iginal gown of mauv* pink silk organ/a and Chanlilly lace, elbow length kid gloves, and a rose petal hnt. The groom's mother wore a dress of blue lace with gical Seminary i and graduated Cum l.aiM<v In 1%1 she m-civcd h'-i m-nler o f religious ivluc.'itii'ii degree from Sniilhwrslciii H.-iplM Theoln- A Korean barbecue dinner with all the trimmings was served The honoree was dressed in [prior to regular monthly meeting orange with accessories to match, jof the Weslevan Service Guild of Helping her to grc.-t gucs's were!First Methodist Church of Lake program entitled "Kncouraging lace bac along with a handker- lhp Millslo "e Baptist Church in 'matching accessories. They both 'ha: 'U K ' " : \In tU-i 1 i/i Wa i ....... __:._i. ___ i-: j: _____ ___ 1. 1 j ____ '.. Youth in Christian Vocations." chief belonging to her great Nathalie, Va. Taking part were Mary Rred. Mrs. \Va\-, Irene Jones and Edna Call grandmother. She is the daughter of Mr. and sages. Byron Harold Midkiff of Following the \\-as Iwore pink cymbidium orchid cor- |he Foil \Viirlh. She hern empliiyd as din'clnr of Haplisl Siinlc'iii Union at ner mother. Mrs. R. T. Warren of Angleton, wearing blue with Jackson. Betty Chrystal was UiC| hostess. Keeping Kids matching accessories, and thej Frances Way presided al the prospective groom's mother, Mrs. i meeting. During the business | Best way lo keep kids home is to W. Streetman of Richwood Vil- ; session, the group voted to pledge j provide a playro.un. A remodeled ,,, age, atlired in a while dress with J130 to missions -.The Church Build-1 basement room is ide?l and, if pr - s h'est"nian'? Livingston Stale College ami youth ' 1 Margaret Kosh of Lake Jackson j,"' - vron arot iff of Following Ihe ceremony, a re- idireclor ..f Ihe Firs' Baptist was the maid of honor. She, Ilallfax ' an<1 lhp Scorn's parents ; (Tptim , vras nc | d jn lh( , socia | [Church in Livingvion. Ahi. Wore a dress of blue riacron <ea-j arc ' Mr - "™ Mrs - Dirk Denson ofj )ut || at (he t .|, m . c .|,. M,,. Raymond i He is a graduate of Ura/osport turing an emhroidered bcdiic. Her | Fr '' c P orl - ^Midkiff presided at Ihe guesl j High .School and received his RA hat was blue straw with a veil.! Ur - John w - Carllon. professor b^ Serv i nK at t |, e bride's table degree from Howard Payne Col- She carried a blue and white: 3 ' ^uthern Baptist Theological i wm> Mrs Bmv M j ( | ki f( am \ M rs . i| rRP in i!>:,n. ||,. was elected to j^p^y nith white pom pong. ^Seminary in Louisville, Ky., per-! Kl . nnt .j s n al .pp r . A pink a n d-'Who's Who in American Colleges Augustine was his broth- 1 formed the ceremony in a selling vvhite (heme WHR , |scd fo ,. ||ie and University and Most Friendly ' ' el '" s ' Bnd orange accessories. Twenty-two guests were present i a member, was discussed. of | rei . eptjon . ........... . . er's Qub, of which the group is warm wood paneling is used, the' A b | ue am ) vv |,i lp u, C me was: white summer flowers. Seven: j- or a we dding trip to the New Student Council repi,.,entalive and Upperclassman in He was a ny POI Mrs. L. P. Ihe Is rellr inshnnd, hill n have sl»\ '•i In fact, si fjlnnncd lo < lilonie Deinn ft Ihe fullirr .-ihe did ill '.'trtlh lhc Coin jnry lor nv ler husband Iwny from Ij lowf-vcr, lhe\ heir home i vhere they h Friendly iV nuch of her lilting witli i to lak< is nn il take Jacks »Ken Mrs. Si WlM, then a /afd depart i tiove<l thorp noveil ner i: fackson First list missed h »Cr. Since that iJClive \\illi t "iSNionarv U nan ard c :haiiin;in al ill the ye Wlllempliilcd. 'As coinniiii Han and U fl/RS always c WHS who HIT Iftltrcss. Kver 1VMU, >he kr uMrs Simps Tonlti, J-.innii thjldicn ,11 e WOVidmg IICM- Irtli and two At picsent ion and his li lllne in Uike ,lrcn aie Mrs. Wrs. Joy Tai Mid Mrs Arlc SonUa. Joy, t 'or the shower. Sabra Alford had charge of the,lily. room lakes on an aura of hospita- uscc ) f or me (able for the recep-;branched candelabra held while England states, the bride chose aja member of Ihe track Irani for when you're having your eyes examined.. 'lion that was held in the rectory, papers. : |wo pj(v( , Medilerranean blue 'four For a wedding trip to New Or- Mrs. Morns Hall was the or- jpllrc siik dl . css with white ai . t . es . leans, the bride wore a three-piece ;R a » IJI a ™ Laft Fisher w-as the ric!! arui lhe , wnilp olv . hw lifted mpnts i n ,.| ur i P All Time Personal n knit suit in tan. comple- ; ™l<"St. Selections mchided Oj,,. om her hri years. o( , )js |r . u , k a ,, ( . omp |i s |,. : cotton . mented with a white lace over- , """' 1 L ° vc .. .}.™7™' hridal !,„,,,„„,. i Record 440 vard dash, Ameri .. .. i-ora .\iahe us r.iuiuui. Oiven in i marriage by her fa- Mr. and Mrs. Denson will make lean Rci-ord and Drake Relays ||ipjr homp jn Fgn Wo| ., h she 'Record, and Conference Oiampion dua(e „, Hali(ax County : in the mile relay and «0 dash. St . hoo , ^^ &wlon Va | Hp js a sU|f|cnt a , Soll , hwcs i ern blouse and white accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Augustine will: - ~- -. , js make their home in Knob Noster, 'her, Ihe bride wore an original ' !P^ a±UU; i te m ^ Cd nZ^'l?-^ f '™ «" In " r - iBHP " S ' • nirol<1Siral SPmin3ry an<1 ei deep, long | Whip together ', e-.ip butter, 1 lea- i ''«*•« extending into cella points. In her desi Mrs. Simpson luxlliary "'hei She rforkcd ir Utd ollen sal ' Seeded rvtra Ulea could 1101 She dropped ivhenshe ana i n-t P- ^«J I V Ai .1 J i i She graduated fmrn Virginia Inter-1 Baptist 'Hieolosical hcimnary and j.^ . . Bitey Spread i.^^^'^ ^"^ ««*• -• - == %«£££* * ^ Lion .,.„.....,„,, u, r ,,.,r a ,,H ^i».! bodice featured a deep, off-should- __ . .„,. ' •'»•» i i /.ip up the hambunrer and wie-1 •- •• •• -—•-. -- , n , , . memO er of Phi i ner'hunwith this bitey spread. | - _neckhn, _»nd J-R. J^/^, B ^7i 0 ^ S ^r^S! y ., , p . secretary of the student S overn-| |WO IhUrCn berVICBS i spoon minced onion, a sprinkle of j I muM ird or 1 tablespoon grated I horseradish. The lull skirt "of the gown was ! j . men! and active THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE In caring for your one priceless pair of eyes, nothing is more important than the experience and skill of the practitioner who examines your eyes. Experienced T S O Doctors of Optometry have performed more than 4 million eye examinations! At T S O, your eyes are examined internally for evidence of disease or defect. Then they are examined for visual abnormalities correctable by properly fitted glasses. You can be confident of the professional experience at T S O. MISS PEGGY JKAN Martin'* gageim-nt and approaching mar* pxrcnlH, Mr. and .Mrt*. V. .1. .Mar* tin ol Clule, unnoum-r her en- Finest Quality, Single Vision GLASSES as low as $14.85 ./isible Bifocal GLASSES K low K $17.85 Complete with professional examination, lenses and frame Single Vision Micro-Sight CONTACT LENSES $65.00 complete BIFOCAL CONTACT LENSES $130 complete flounce and full, chapel train. Her triple tiered veil of silk illusion was caught to a crown the Baptist he re- degree ceived her BA Georgetown College, Georgetown, JKy. She was a dean's list student lace adorned with pearls and sequins. She carried a white Bible topped with white rosebuds and stephanotis, centered with a white orchid. Miss Faye Midkiff ol Lynch- iburg, Va., sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. She wore a. floor length gown of crystal blue! tissue taffeta and Qiantilly type lace, styled with Kmpire lace bodice and a bell shaped skirt. Her headdress was a matching pillbox hat trimmed \\ith velvet i awl a circular tulle veil. ! She carried a blue basket of jblue daisies and pink rosebuds, [ Bridesmaids were Miss Joyce Ann Midkiff of Halifax, and Miss Carol Kay Midkiff of Hampton, Va.. sister and cousin of the bride, respectively. They wore qowns and headdresses identical to the honor attendant's. They carried blue baskets of pink daisies and pink rose(«uis. Rufus Denson of Freeport was 8 TO and 10:50 a.m. Douglas Penny will lead Ihe singing for the early service. Thos« attending this sei-vice arc asked to sit close lo tiie front and join In the singing. Beginning today, there will he vo morning worship services at the First Methodist C h u rch in Freeport. Services be at Holds / & • i Picnic y Frcepor lt»,.,annual pi m Lake Drug COMPANY'S MIKH IEOSK KAKI, Dunnam'. en KHKrnirnl aivj approaching mnr Haeu In Frank II. Krlell are an ringe lo Frank i^e Ox«he«r, mm ; |)i P groom's Ixvst man. Latane j nnnnceit by her parrnli, .Mr. and ol Mr. and Mr*. F. I,. Oxsheer IByrd llarpi i of Williamsburg, Mm. (inrdnn K. Dunnam n of Danbur.v. The wedding 1» plan, ned for 9::iO a. in. Sept. I at SI. Mary: Star of UK S<-a Culholic Church In Kre*|«irt. Invitation* are extended thrimxh the, prem. Va., and Allic Midkiff of Halifax! purl. T\ir. proH|ircllvtt were candle lighters. Ushers were Morris Hall, (insluniu, N. C., and Gary Midkiff of Portsmouth. The bride's mother chose nn convenient credit at no extra cost Directed by OR. S. J. ROGERS. OR. N. JAY ROGERS ————^— Optometrists .. PRECISION VISION inti IDS 102 EAST 2nd TARPON INN VILLAGE FREEPORT, TEXAS — CALL BE CONTACT LENS SPECIALISTS AIR-CONDITIONER SAVINGS! ibci-s of t ib as guest: Mrs. D< Jim Wet «nd Bill New. Jlembcis an Come diessed not doing so tagly Jean S pnze for the ihd Bob Insa tackiest man. ''Myslei-y Ms Udy" were I ptece Fergusi thtir gifts to To Ebiom Krause. The ineolini older by the Kani( h Lion Mngmg ar tmen by 1 After a meal, .Walslon. »nler! ij^ried by Raim senl — Mrs. Mi Honon Surpris Mrs. llany .liickson « stuprisc si evening ill lhe n. (Vllkc. with us co hostess. Ail Hiran^cin tunias rti«l vcr ink complcMici of the iclr-shni Mood ;it 13,000 B.T.U. M 220 VOLTS • THERMOSTAT S95 249 Tai PRICI NEWEST ARRIVAL (In- «>n ol .Mr. and Mr». W. I). Krtrll, I|M> ul Kri>c|K>rl. Thr. wedding "III lake plart; Aug. 24 In Moisturizing Lipttfck <°' DRY LIPS Dye in tp&tif.ti C youi lips lv«f dry . nUttd AR[X li,e Iip*hc* *t!hoi/l ihe dye IT'S AN YOU'LL f ONLY Al Specical Formula Lipstick ma. rmci THE LIPSTICK WITHOUT THt Lake Jackie FHONI: A»k Abour Ot LAKE DRUG COMPANY, INC. Downtown Lake Jackion CY 7-24)1 • «, Ind'Mcluil «!•, * Imv pink »ln»-s .ind minis pivf vui , and Mi Tved piiin-h I •cscnl. NORMAL INSTALLATION WE HANDLE ALL TRANSACTION OVER PHONE IF DESIRED ROACH ELECTRIC & REFRIGERATION, Inc. Phon. BE 3-4381 Freeport, Texo»

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