The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 31, 1959 · Page 3
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Brazosport and Brazpria,_ County, Texas, Mon., August, 81,1959 fcAAZOBfrOBT FACTS Lodge Msh Fry • The Freeport Pythian Sisters W1I sponsor a fish fry on Sept. ^ at the Pythian Hall, -<f>rl<se for;the meal Is $i,jg| tot sdttlt* and. 78 cents tot children. The public Is Invited to attend. Send your children to in style! »'$ 1-2-3 with AFC bert way to fake ears of bacfc.fo-itfioof Hera's the expenieil 1» S«e Allied for any amount up to $2,066 or morel 2. Pay for booki, tuition, cloftiei, «(c, with caihl 3. Repay In imall monthly amountil look ot Allled'i low Cost foymwl Schedule Allied FINANCE COMPANY ..d8 Featuring Low-Cost BE 3-2696 Freeport The loans above Include Insurance that pay your payment* In case of sickness and pay the full balance In case of death. Miss Clydene Turk Wed John Fletcher Spence ***»• TRY FACTS CLASSIFIED MRS. JOH* FLETCHER SPENCE JR. The Former Miss Clyden* Louise Turk' Angleton Briefs "For Years I've Been COMPLETELY SATISFIED with TSO Eye Care . . . „. that's v ty / Recommend TS O to My Friends" '..: 0 ii. i continued to grow because patients constantly recommend us to their families and friends. Our guarantee of complete satisfaction has helped .establish a reputation for dependability which has made TSO the first choice of hundreds of thousands. When you want the finest quality and reasonable cost... rely on TSO. Directed by Di. S. J. Rogers, Dr. N. Joy Rogers Optometrists 100 E. 2nd St. FREEPORT, TEXAS FINEST QUAUTY Single Vision CUSSES As low u *14.85 Complete With Frami.LMiM And Exmliution PAY t1 WEEKLY FINEST QUAUTY PrecUlon-FirhKi CONTACT LENSES $65.00 Complete Formerly priced «t $99.00 Cat M mud! M $125 to $185 OSEWHDK CONVENIENT CREDIT QTIO, m» PRECISION VISION Slice III! Texas Stmt *• OPTICflL Br MARIE BETH JONES Mrs. Rosa Morrow and Mrs, Ora Warren hive returned from a week's visit in Brownwood with Mrs. Vera Lovelady. They made the trip by bus, and returned by train. Celebrating birthdays last week were Molly McMillan and Kathy Jones, both ot whom turned three on Aug. 21. Their parents are the G. R. McMHltan and Walter .Jones families of Angleton. The annual fall barbecue of St. Basil's Catholic Church will be Sept. 27, at the Brazoria County Fair Grounds auditorium. There will be plenty of barbecue and all the trimmings, as well as .games, at that event The Eddie Ward* are on vacation out of town. After attending Saturday's football game in Houston, they left for n visit with relatives and friendg In Barker. Also out of town are Bob and Jackie McDaniel and family, who are visiting relatives In the El Paso area. The First Baptist Church of Angleton is to host one of three annual Schools of Music during the week of Aug. 31. Among those who will assist with this school will .be Dr. Euell Porter, Glenn Sutfon, Mrs. E, S. Caldwell, the Rev. John L. Shep- ,ard,. Bob Owens, Mrs. Alton Arnold amf-Mrsr.Obrdthy Pelkey. -""••' •'""•- "•- Aittld white taper* arid carnations decorating the altar of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Freeport, Miss Clydene Louise Turk became the wife of John Fletcher Spence' Jr. at 8 p.m. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turk Jr., Freeport, and Mr. arid Mrs. J. F. Spence Cr. of Houston, are parents of the bride and groom. Hev. Gordon Swope officiated at the solemnization of holy matrimony and Nuptial Eucharist celebration. Aisle markers of white ribbon were used and "Oh, Perfect Love" sang by Mrs. Henry Hand accompanied by Mrs. J. L. Clarke at the organ was music for the double ring ceremony. In a formal length gown of Chantilly lace and nylon tulle, the bride was given In marriage by her father. The sculptured lace bodice had short sleeves and scalloped neckline etched In bridal jewels. The bouffant skirt was fashioned with insets of Chantilly lace and chapel length train. Her elbow length French lllu- ision veil cascaded from crown of pearls. The bride carried white or- chid.i surrounded by a cascade of sfephnnolfs The bride's sister, Miss Rebecca Turk, was maid of honor, while Mrs. Bay D. Stephens. Mrs. James Oberndorfer, and Mlsse Henrietta Turk were bridesmaids. Romance Combines With Style News In Bridal Gowns Following fall directions in fashion, bridal gowns combine such '58 news at Important necklines and sleeves with traditionally romantic silhouettes. Cloche or bell sleeves, modestly scooped or squared necklines that have been appllqued with lace and sprayed with paillettes are pretty Ideas for wedding gowns which feature gently rounded skirts. Side width for the skirts U created through shirring or pleating. Long, narrow sleeve* with a Ieg-o-mutton poufflng at the shoulder are an evening theme that carries over to bridal gowns. Sleeveless and brief sleeved bridals get more than usual fall attention. Often, they're accompanied by a bolero jacket, creating a covered- up look for the wedding. Then the gown alone can be worn later for evening occasions. Back Interest Is expressed by shirring, bows, streamers, loops of self-fabric. Big Bertha collars top many gowns. Pleated cape collars repeat the theme of pleating that appears on sides and trains. They wore aqua chiffon over taffeta fashioned with fitted bodices and draped collars reaching the back waistline nnd shirred into the sides of the bouffant skirt*. Their head- Continental Look Is News for Boys Brand new and borrowed from our European cousins la the "Continental look," latest idea In styling for little boys. Expressions of the look seen hi fall's array ot boys' clothes Include jackets with peaked lapel* and set-in pockets, Jackets with shawl collars and slash pockets, and cutaway coat fronti Ann in arm with the news of the Continental comes the report of even greater demand for the always popular print shirt, a perfect mate for the novel styling. Along with prints of every description, textured surfaces, knits and the widespread Continental collar are liked in boys' shirts. Rrom a boy's point of view, the Continental way of wear* able*' takes In the whole of Europe. This makes for interesting variations on the theme. Sweaters, for instance, show up in the heavy styles long favored by European mothers for their youngsters — as well as the popular V-neck and doable- breasted types. In outerwear. Continental styling means above-the-knee- length coats and a new approach to color. Heathers, greens, rich wine reds are favored for the outer-boy. di-esseg were aqua tulle with elvet leaf appliques and they larried bouquets of yellow car- latlons. O. Richard Wilson of Hous- tm, attended the groom as eat man. Wayne Llnbrugger, Donald Ray Lambrlght, and ohnny Pyle were groomsmen Tshers wire Edgar Lee Turk, :ay t). Stephens, and Billy ackson. corsage of garnet roses domed the bride's mother's suit of pink eyelet with match- ne accessories. The groom's mother wore a beige linen ress with matching accessor- ?s and garnet rose carafe. A recentlon in the parish ouse followed the ceremony. The bride's table Was centered "i an arrangement of carna Inns and candalabra. The able, covered In white tulle ver white satin, held a three Inred cake. In th» hnuseoarty for the re- nntion wore Mrs. Shirley Pyle Miss TCHfv Glaza. Mrs. Paul Oavls. Mrs. Jim Myers. Miss ndv Reattan, Mrs. Ttaloh ichtimann. Miss Ardis Bea Colins. Mfss Mnrparet Moore, and Trs. Edward Lee Turk. For a weddlne trio to Mexico "itv and Acuoulco, the bride wort a grey wool suit with »ht blue blouse, hat, and loves. Ffer bag and shoes were lack suedo and her corsage was an orchid lifted from her rldal bouauet. The couple will live in Hous- ori when they return. The ride, a 1954 graduate of Bra- .osDort Senior High School ind'. the Hermann Hospital ichool of Nursing, Is now at- ending Sacred Heart Uomlnl- an College. The 'Kroam graduated from Ml . High School In Houson In 1953 and has a BBA rom the University of Houston. He is now attending the University Law School and Is a member of the legal fraternity. Delta Theta Phi. ' Out-of-town guests for the wedding were Mr. and Mfs. Welborn Collins, Alabama; dr. and Mrs. De Wit Regan, Mr. ^nd Mrs. Walter Sims, Vtrs. Ila Wilder, and Ike Le- Ine, Houston; and Mrs. Mary ean Han of Corpus Christ!, DIAL BE 3-5233 Far Fast Delivery Willenberg's Pharmacy Prescriptions 117 W. tat Freeport BRAZOSPORT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERSHIP ,-. OPPORTUNITY DRIVE SEPTEMBER 2nd, 1959 Exer - Slim For Beauty and Health COIN OPERATED Exclusively for Brazoria County Home Owned A Operated 3 LOCATIONS 1114 Hwy. 288 206 That Way. Hwy U No. Frteport Late Jackson Angtelan Community Calendar ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP SPECIALIST TROPIC 2996 OFFICE 1706 WAREHOUSE TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 7:80 p.m.—Velisoo Masonic Lodge, Velaaco T:M" P.m. — Velasco Lions Chib, Whltten's 1:SO pan.—velasco B 6 PW Club, Velasco Community BOUM 7:30 pja.— Brazosport Boat Club, Chamber of Commerce Bldg. l:tO p.m.—American Legion Post 306, Legion Hall. Lake Jackton WEDNESDAY, SEPT. s U:U p.m.—Freeport Kiwanis, Dow Hotel 1:30 pjn.—Angletoo Chapter, O* Molay'i. Maaoaio Tern- pit 1:00 P.O.— FOB, Surfstde Road THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 3 1:30 pjn.—Knights of Columbus. Council Hall, Freeport 7:30 p.m.—K of P Lodge No. 475, K of P Hall, Freeport 8:00 p.m.—Freeport Rebekahs Lodge No. 357, IOOF Building 8:00 p.m.—Jones Creek Community club, Community House FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 13:16 p.m.—Braaosport Rotary, Fort Cafe 7:30 pjn.—Women's Aux. Int. Operating Eng. Local No. 564, Union Hall TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 7:30 pjn.— Velasco Masonic Lodge, Velasco 7:30 p.m.— Velasco Lions Club, Whitten's, 7:30 p.m.—Velasco B is PW Club, Velasco Community House 7:30 p.m.— flrazosport Boat Club, Chamber of Commerce Bldg. 7:30 p.m.—American Legion Post 306, Legion Hall, Lake Jackson WEDNESDAY. SEPT. » 13:16 p.m.-Freeport Kiwanis, Dow Hotel 7:30 p.m.—Aogieton Chapter, De Malays, Masonic Temple 8:00 p.m.— FOE, Surfslde Road U:W) p.m.—Alcoholic Annony- mous. 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