The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 24, 1959 · Page 3
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 3

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, August 24, 1959
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Little oins To Look Like Little Women k to school this f a "r e silhouettes i»;n, Bermi * Dark, ubducd tones prevail Cel.cos /nd fleur-de-l i.'j ""T ";' ere are ma ny dark . Jaid gfahanu. Colors rang among jp icc tones and defn ^i-^&K jmibmations. i« slightly older s ; s ,,, tsenool wear empim <""'Droy and colt,,, ' -~i — 1 |J-" 1 P er ' co-ordinaii with so id toned blouses. Tom we,lc,tJ jackets. sMrta °|^ blouses! are important aordu. roy mii and matchers. Ouilterl •ottorj oirele shirta wi Mtchjlg shirts arc popul paislaJ stripe* and window" fleck* are fcaturcd wsskit sets. _THl_BjlAZOBTOItT FACTS Vows Mia* Seamfne WWiforddfAn- yorrbeearrte tht bride of Urn W. Spears of Lake Jackson in a doable ring ceremony at 7s30 p,m, Saturday in the Amon Ctarch of Christ. Parent* of the couple are Mr and MM. Garland Willlford of Aitson and Mr. and Mm. W. W. 8p**r§ of Lake Jackson. Purmati T. Qrathai led aw . Wlliford, 8i8tw of the MM maid of honor. .She ?J*J dri ? s ^'SWl with a ;u. ttreet length oversWrtand •mpJre Jacker vrtth short sle- -ves and boat neck, all of blue uSSfi? 81 *! L Or8an * p - «« » blue cotton satin aleeve- »^ft scoop neckline . decor included a whke wronghi Iron .« »» arMoaraem of idemtatl Rreenefv and dslt ie* on etch tide oY the archway) and aisle markenof white «*idl«« ard rftbon. ^^ n»n Smith, aoUHM, MOB the twdrth "Beawav "Wlft TheM »i <**," and "The LO* B»JM T«i and Keep Ton." "twn in marriage br tar fc» r.tte bride -o7; fl floor k- Lfr^SrfJ** •«»•*«. >. The fined bodice of fe- ... ovar Uffaa, featured a tt- slloped. orr-tfae-atuiifctar BO*. Uat, aad iom potted <*>•» Tfj»a j^^jJLrTzTi^^*^' _ MRf. LARRY W. IPEARI _rormer Mill J«snnln« Wllllfard ekow-lengdi Angleton Brie/s JEW .BBS Widest SelMUom Lowest PRICES Essy Credit Terms 10? W. Broa* Freepart By MARIE BETH JOHEi Mrs. Madeline Ruck* returned recently from a visit to her Ister la Dallas. E. L. Barnes reported thl* week that 95 student* have been registered for the Angleton Kindergarten, thl* year. A meeting for mothers and teachers of the Kindergarten children Is set for Tuesday, at the Central Elementary School Cafeteria, Best wishes go to Dorothy Morrow who celebrated a birthday Ihls week. The J. Paul Roger* family Is vacationing at their home In Hockport Mr. and Mr* R. M- Palmer and family recently rn'.urnerf from a visit to her parents in Sulphur Springs, and are now entertaining her sister and family from that city. A guest in the Robert Webb iome I* her brother, Jack Corley of Mansfield, La. ,, Gayle, Km of Mr. and Mr*. Robert M. Oaylt of Angleton, is visiting his aunt and uncle, the Robert Venables o< Houston. A Cuban dinner was a highlight of the recent visit by Mr and Mrs. Cecil Wingo and Matt to the Bill WcatherinRton horn* in Browruril!*. Mr*. Weathertogton's mother, a native of Cuba, prepared the dinner, which featured chicken and yellow rice. Oommission To Meet A buiinet* meeting at ifaa Frceport Methodist Ch»rah Commission on Education ii scheduled lor 6:30 p.m. W«l' nesday. All member* are urged to bt preient for thli meeting. ,h- this she wore a blue or- picture hat and carried a cascade arrangemoit of \ih- —....uHiuuwi were Kathy Hagler and Peggy <aa znei . of ^ ?"?•« They Wore dresses styled Identically to the honor at- tendenfs, withrheorgandyworn over a darker shade of cotton satin. Their headdresses and Bouquets were like those of the maid of honor. Perry Spears attended his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Mickey ChamblissandRoy Owens. Duane Dye and Gerald Gibson were candlelightersand also served as ushers. For her daughter's weddam, SAVE TWICE Uw PricctlTop Value Stampsf ^ K 1Ui ^ r<! wore •' dress of igat blue linen with navy ac- :essorles and a corsage of wh- te Frenched carnations. «? groom's mother chose a -elge linen suit, brown accessories, and her corsage was •Iso of white Frenched carna- "1CD.S, In the house party for the reception that followed the ceremony were Mrs. J. D. Elston and MM. J/Y..Welch, aunts of me bride, serving cake and punch; and Mrs. Dwade King, a cousin of the bride, registered the guests. For travel, the bride wore a two-piece dress of blueslubbed !"?' t. She c °mPl«tnented this wim white accessories and an 22^7 u 00 " 886 lifted fr «n her Bridal bouquet. The couple will . l hc j?t de ^ a BMduate of An- onHi^, School and her groom is a graduate of Brazosport Hi- f5if cho °Jt Tte y are attending Abilene Christian College wh- «*« ««"» ? " mJterf Zeta Rho Sorority. BRIDAL CENTER NOWLiN JEWELRY OPPOSITE THEATRE LAKE JACKSON tor Mat, r««s. aw/ MATT OENWME llcnke^Pillol Creon Cheese % 10' Applesauce KROGER TEMPTING %d yoor children to school in Expert Says Best Married Years |To Come After 35 The beat yean of marriage soould come after 35. accord^°^5! U J e l rBUnU)0 '-«U- YORK (HPi)'-«it> mn Mndwtcb nillnt to, outdoro meal*. Cooitrtn* 14 pound of llvir Miuig*. J t«We«pooni e«h of chopped eelerjr and chopprt sweet pickle. 3 teaspoont of chopped onion and 1 hard-eooked eag chopped. Mix lightly. Add 1 ta. bJ«pooiw of mayonnaise and mix well. Make* 4 sandwiches. Katies SLICED FMCNKS Aer I*. 35* Potatoes Swwwen Frozen Pies tT Spotlight Instant Coffee 29c ££ *1.49 Henke's French Bread. Fresh Pineapple Sticks •% the •xpeasasl »iOOO or a core of I While this period may also be I f time t)f pressure and anxiety w one's work, marriage and family life, a successful path i can be charted through the dif| ficult middle years. *" u " uu "I have often thought that the main cataes ; of.dlvorceinthis , country are.oot alcoholism or I infidelity or wife-beating/' i Dr. Blanton. "They are [wife and children atmeaUtae? and the feminine habit of in- nenij ft's important that life partners be able to communicate, and thia means listening w well as talking. Dr. Blanton also presents these additional "- 1 " fora happy marriage. "-•j-^eyour partner. A word of admiration or thanks 1410 Peat - FtHWCE COMPANY I iiindloff, Jr. Jwy288 BE 3-2696 Sreeport iring Low-Cost The loans above Include Insurance that pay your payments in case of sickness and pay the full balance In case of death. i "? flexible. Don't tose'ViTr abOity to face changes with the years fa one extreme case, a husband developed a severe state of anxiety simply because Ws Wife constantly changed the to«wmfajnito««Nund Be realistic. Give up the idea that you're going » change Register!!! Whre? Toiimie Craig Dance Studio 1216 West 9th. Freeport 'hone BE 3-9220 or BE 3-3177 August 25th & 27th 1 to 6 P.M. i(t? instruction in: 1 illet, Modern, Jazz, 1 ip, Ballroom and ) lult Excercise Classes ind Announcing ! ! ! Our Youth Culture Program with instruction in social etiquette. r-' r j fi " e "^'fag courtship, but when the realities of mar- nagefau short of the drearafor too long, men take refuge in their work, women in thelrchild- Dr. Blanton advises: Ridyour- self of unrealistic expectations and perhaps you'll find more w your partner than you ever imagined. - Exer - Slim For Beauty and Health MIXING COIN OPERATED Exclusively for Brazoria County Horn* Owned * Operated 1U4 HW7. KM No. Freepori 206 That Way. Uk« Jaeksoa U Stoneware is Stronger and Holds Heat Longer! Old F«»hion»d Stoneware adapted to the modern home... Lighter in weigh! than grandmother'* .. Helps food retain natural flavors . . . Perfect for kitchen, patio and oven-to-tabla serving.. START YOUR SET TODAY! WARRANT!! O «TAMO MO* OVBN HIAT OM PNHZCH COLD ! WAFFLE SET SI LAD SET CASSEROLE YOU go... there's COFFEE MUGS ••T OP 4 COOKIE JAR RANGE SET CREAMER AND SUGAR COOK • BAKB . SKRVC . THE prompt service at your call at illness strikes Emer(*nclM know no how, and neither do wet We're ready to sene yon whenever you need u*. Vour rcflsterad pharmacist fills all prescription* with professional precision every tune. 2 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU Denfler Maid SALAD DRESSING Pint 37c Denfler Maid POTATO CHIPS 59c 12-oz. Bog 1 i • BABY neinz FOOD OATMEAL 8-Oz. Size I8c BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL- JUNIOR BOYS' SIZES 2 TO 8 CLOTH FRONT KNIT BACK I i • BABY neinz FOOD STRAINED MEATS 3'A-Oz. Jar 25c Libby's PINEAPPLE JUICE 39c 46-Oz. Can Kraft FRENCH DRESSING 25c Libby 1 - PINEAPPLE JL.OE 3 Cans 23C Libby's PINEAPPLE Crushed No. 2 Con 3lc Libby's PINEAPPLE Sliced i) r> No. 2 Can 4 DC Briefs Fabric au/tment Includes prints, cha^ emboised / eoHoiu. mat*, Kjndard t'o*. Compare at «M) no-iro« Off '.'*,-. *..'

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