The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 26, 1959 · Page 5
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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, August 26, 1959
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and BfMbria County. T»«u t ^ed., Aug MR. AND MHS. JEHHV SANFOHD MAHESS . f ., , -WUI Male* Horn* In Houiton Pholo By J.clc QtMnbtrg ceremony included floor kets of white gladioli Double tine wedding vows were repeated Aug. 15, in the First Baptist Church In Old Ocean by Miss Joyce Nell Payne and Charlie Willoughby, The Rev. Noel Snow, officiated. The (bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R.-Payne of Old Ocean and the groom Is the son of Mr, a*d Mrs. F. W. Willoughby of West Columbia. The altar decorations for the has- greenery that flanked ah arch of greenery entwined with jink carnations. White tapers In graduated candelabra illuminated the scene. : James Qufnti of West Cplum- bm was the soloist. He 1 sang "Because" • and "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Eoug Balkum, also from West Columbia, accompanied the soloist and played the traditional wedding marches. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white embroidered tulle over taffeta. The neckline of the Basque bodice was enhanced with seed pearls which featured short, sheered sleeves. The bouffant skirt was worn over an imported hierloom hoop peticoat. Her veil of silk illu- ie Vows sion fell from a crown of drop. pearls and she wore long white gloves. The bride's bouquet wai centered with a single white orchid surrounded by a cascade of slephanotis and satin stream ers,v \ •:• • -.. Joe Frances Payne was her sister's honor attendant. She wore a mint green nylott organdy dress featuring a harem .skirt and butterfly bo-.v in the back. She wore a matching .leaddress, short white gloves and carried a pink carnation bouquet. " ' ' « 7-. • , , Bridesmaids were Miss Anniece Surber, Mrs. D. G. Sassin and Miss Charlotte Rlchers. ftey wore Identical gowns fashioned the same as the maid of honor's,- Maness Rites Read In Church < T^^'Bapflsf'^hurch to »WMfhe.sejtjqg{£thewed- « 'WO. (Saturday of Miss «••<-»• Clute vaa ""B *j ' f«"i. p»iuraay 01 Mis, Patricia Ann Millard of Lake J« CKson and Jerry Sanford Maness of Houston The bridtf* parent* are M» •"i""- Jf E-MUtartofUte Jactaonand the groom is theson °l • • ' fj, Manew of Houston ** ™. Campbell offWateo at the double ring ceremony Ce- traditional M» Portw and and accompanied Brown who sang "ILoveYouTnT .i, ieratM. the bride wore a gown of nylon cull* over satin. The fitted bodice featnnd • rounded neckline out ^ "to OianiUly lace flowers embroidered Withseedpearlsand nations Caw] Ann ClernemofLatayette, •- *. cou * to of to bride, was mala of honor She wore a blu cmtalette dress accented with* white cryatalette cummerbund »he wore a blue headdress with matching veil and carried a whit carnation nosegay Jackson, Donne ^ , n , Marie Brown. Paula Maxey, ant L«tle Nav» were bridesmaids Their dressesandnosegayswere fashioned identically to that of the honor attendant They wore white headdresses with matchtagveUs Mary Frances and Betty JoMO lard, sisters of the bride, were flower girls, wearing white or pndy dresses trimmed in blue Hfe. They scattered rose pews In the path of the bride from white tulle baskets' MHtonMor crystal beads ThelorgTleWr anwaTring^er ^^&^^^\^ 0 ^^^^^^ £Jt Tirthrfltp* Ttt^l^. —, .>r_ _ also served as tm.uie m^rs Mrs Millard chose a navy blue •-otton and silk dress with white accessories for her daughter's wedding. Her corsage wa» fash 'oned of white rosebuds Following the ceremony a reception was held uithehomeof the bride's parents The refreshment table was laid with a lace doth and centered with a bride »nd groom surrounded by white carnations, wedding bells and lily of the valley. A crystal punch service and the traditional wedding cake completed thetablede- cor For travel to Hot Springs. Ark we bride chose a medium blue suit complemented with navy shoes and bag and baby blue hat and Stoves .Upon return the couple will make their home at 1537 Cas- tleCourtta Houston. The bride is a graduate of Br azosport High School and has at ended Massey Business College in Houston. Her groom is a graduate of Magnolia HighSchooland Jolted Artist Beauty College. He s employed as a hairdresser in Houston. . Sue Payne, three, year-old sister of the bride, was the flower girl. She was also gowned in mint green nylon organdy and she carried a basket of pink rose petals that she scattered down the aisle In the path of the bride. M Young Paul Hancock, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hancock of Old Ocean, was the ring bearer. Attending the groom as best man was Danny Sassin. Grpomsmetr were Ernest ^Ray Cotton, £ddie Joe Dote and Jimmy Scott, all of West Coi um ™f- Sonny Payne and Buster Willoughby. brother's of the bride and groom, seated the guests. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Payne wore a pink linen sheath with white accessories. She wore • pink oafnatton cor- sag*. MM. Wllloughby cfios* a "» •J'* « tmbrolderW dr«, 5»lth which (he wor* a whit* carnation corsai* tad wMteae* tessorles. . . •; >• •• r • The Old Oceafc Country Club M the setting for the W£ Hon. The bride's table wit laid % «'»c« cloth and enhanced th the bridal parties' boa- quets. Presiding at the refresh' m ' nt tabl « wre Mist Detorcs Cotton and Mi*. Jean Xay Payne. The couple will make their home In HunUvlUe, where the SCHOOL of DANCING IN FREEPORT and LAKE .JACKSON Registration In Freeport THURSDAY, AUGUST 27th. U NOON TO 4 P.M. AT FREEPORT AMERICAN LEGION HALL 116 We»t 5th. IN PERSON OR BY PHONE BE 3-9120 CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 3rd, THURSDAY Registration In Lake Jackson FRIDAY, AUGUST 28th. U NOON TO 4 PJM. AT THE LAKE JACKSON JAYCEE CLUBHOUSE 107 PirUnr War IN PERSON OR BY PHONE CY 7-71S9 CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 2nd, WEDNESDAY ADJ — COWDmONTO ENROLL NOW! • *** • ACROBATIC • BALLET ft CHARACTER • To * • ADAGIO • MODERN JAZZ • BALLROOM CLASSES FOR BEGINNERS, INTERMEDIATES AND ADVANCED. AGES a YBS. * Vf. WOMEN'S EVENING EXERCISE CLASSES. TEENAGE * ADULT BALLROOM CLASSES* Bride "Elect Is Honored At Shower Miss Jo Frances Jones, bride- elect of Ronald Eguene Chastain, was honored Friday evening with a bridal shower In the educational building of the Columbia -Methodist Church In West.qolumbla. The honoree, her mother, Mrs. J. Q. Jones of West Columbia, and Mrs. Robert E. Chastain of McAllen, mother of the prospective groom, were all presented with pink carnation corsages by the hostesses, Mrs. & Vl " a 5" er ' Mrs - Cecil Bird, Mrs W. H. Pierce, Sr.. Mrs. w! C. Avera. Mrs. H. M. Paul, May$ and During the evening Steve Rogers sang "I Lo Ve You ALMEOA LoBELLA Instructor M.' "• «we Martin. Mrs. Jan Humphries registered the guests. The refreshment table, cowered with a cutwork linen cloth over a pink undercloth, was centered with a silver caWla- bra which held lighted tapers pink carnations and outlined with pink net ruffles. Miss Joan Romero of Brazo- na served petit fours desorat- ea in pink and white, and Miss. S y S VJ Bird of W « t Col u™- "n-ic *' "" Silver ptmcb In addition to Mrs. Chasteln, Miss Barbara Brown of McAllen was also among the 60 guests' for the evening. Carefully Classified During the month of August especially, when sausages and sausage meats are used in sandwich preparation, It's best that you might familiarize yourself with the four classifications by which they're listed . . . fresh pork sausage, smoked sausage, dry or summer sausage and certain cooked specialties. Cherry Macaroons NEW YORK (UPD — cherry macaroons on hand serve with .cold drinks or ice cream this rammer. Kits % cup of sweetened condensed milk with 3 cups of flaked coconut, t teaspoon of vtnllla and ?i teaspoon of almond extract. Drop by small tablespoontuls about 1 inch apart on & well-greased cooky sheet, iress a drained maraschino .-herry into -^ch cookie and bakt In a 350-degnt ov«n S to 10 njln-' utes. -or untu th« edits are d*l\-»te]y browned. 1 PAIR Pair Look What You Can tind At These Prices! _ . —.^y»jju •)•* A MI ^n»r Jt 0 Ly D1X0 o bADlEB FLATS • Hand Bae & Purses PENNY LOAFERS OXFORDS JSSFlr^ 0118 OIBL ' S Oxf °rd. *fcite BOYS HIGH TOP Tennis Shoea - 2.49 j Any Combination of 2.90 Shoes — 2 pair 6 00 f- i 4 - MEN & BOYS — SUe* 4 to 10 SHEARERS 906 GULF BLVD. - AND OXFORDS for men and boys SELF SERVICE near Henke's 5 90 6 90 /a" SHOE STORE - FREEPORT , weddl n« trip to New Sransfel. The bride's travel ensemble was a beige suit with which sne wore brown accessories and me orchid from her bridal bou- Friends and relatives of th» bridal pair attended from'thilr homes to tullng, Kflgore, Nay * asota, Edna, New Orleans, La., ' and Largo, Fla. . Church Cer.mony ftummage Sale ••• A rammige sale will be held art Thursday, Friday and Saturday by Gulf Temple is?, Pythian Sisters. The sale will be held in the downstairs part of the IOOF Building on Broad Street in downtown Freeport The sale will be in progress all day on those days. BRIDAL CENTER pFosiTt THEAT tARfc JACKSOJ TSO ENO-0- • • ;. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVE Valued To 195 $!* $2 • MEN'S DRESS PANTS ALTERATIONS EXTRA Values To 1196 $5 To $9 MEN'S DRESS STRAW HATS Values To 5.95 $1 • CHILDREN'S PLAY SHORTS •UBS 1 TO a Values To 1.59 50c • BOY'S SPORT SHIRTS SHORT SLEEVE $1 To $2 mmmm NEW FALL FASHION DRIP DRY PRINTS »*• WIDE 79e Value 49c Yd. COMWJTELY WASHABLE Jacquard Bedspreads COLOR BRIGHT KAIDS TWIN * FCLL BED SIB 4.49 CLEARANCE SUMMER FABRICS Values To 1.39 3 yards $1.00 2 yards $1.00 ANGLETON * WEST COLUMBIA LADIES DRESSES Values To 14.95 $2- $4 M LADIES; SWIM SUITS ' Values To 15.95 $5 • GIRLS' SWIM SUITS Values To 5.95 $11 $2 •M ANOLETON ONLY BOYS SPORT COATS Values To 6.95 $2 TYPB U* MUSLIN GARZA SHEETS 81 I 99 . TA 72x106 1.79 eo. 81x108 m 00 Double Fitted ••OT 00. "Ouaniit*** r«r 1M WaaUnn 1 * LADIES 1st QUALITY NYLON HOSE MEW FALL SHADES •V* TO U 59c Pair rm*L CLEARANCE LADIES' SHOES ODD U>n * SIZES Values To 13.95 $1 • OUT THE* GO CHILDREN'S SHOES DRESS SITUS - SANDALS :' $1 v — • CLEARANCE UDIES BLOUSES Value* To 9.98 $1 CLEARANCE LADIES SHORTS ValuM To S.0B $1 • MEN'S * BOY'S • BATHING SUITS 50c 11.00 aors BLUE JEANS SANFORIZED - ZVPEB ftT « TO U Bors UK oz, WESTERN JEANS SIZES t TO It Reg. 2.49 1.97 .. Of MMtQIHA COUNTY SHOP UNTIL 8P.M. IN LAKE JACKSON THURSDAY _. or mntzoHiA CDUN~ SHOP UNTIL 8 P.M. IN LAKE JACKSON THURSDAY

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