The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 1, 1959 · Page 3
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 3

Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, September 1, 1959
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Brazosport and Brazoria County, Texaa, tueg., geptemlw 1,1961 WOMEN •«i Edited By LeROY BYRD Miss Dolores Corley ' Weds E. S. Stovall A Sunday wedding ceremony n Lake Jackson First Baptist Church unitedMissDolores Corley and Everett S.Stoyall. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Corley and Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Stovall, also of Lake • Jackson. . Baskets of white gladioli decorated the church as Rev. John H. Beard, pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Traditional wedding music was rended by Lionel Rowland at '.he organ. The bride, given in marriage }y her father, wore a white :otton satin sheath dress for the xxasion. The bodice was fashioned with scalloped neckline and brief sleeves. . The bride worelacegloves and a velvet headdress with small veil. She carried a white or- chid on a white Bibleforthece- remony. <t, The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Brenda Corley, who wore a blue suit with white accessories and a corsage of gladioli. For the event the bride's mother was attired in a green suit with black accessories. Her gladioli corsage was golden liued. The groom's mother chose blue with black accessories and wore a pink gladioli corsage. The wedding was attended by close friends and relatives of the bride and groom. Alter a wedding supper at the Shrimp Net Restuarant the couple left on a wedding trip to Houston. They will live in Waco where the groom is attending Baylor University. • BBAZOgPQAT *AUT5 Yen Vbws Gwc* L«t Char* Md David Yen were married in a caftdle- lighted ceremony in the First Church of West Columbia, the Rev. J. J. Slone officiating, .'..'.: The bride it the daughter of Dr. and Mr*. T.K. dung of Taipei, Taiwan. The groom'spar- erits ire Mr, and Mrs. G»n TJ- Wle Kle of Suralaja, Indonesia. The congregation of the church were hosts for the wedding for the couple who are under sponsorship of the church. An improvised altar was formed in the church with large floor baskets of white gladioli, chrysanthemums and asters interspersed withtapered candelabra. A floral arch was placed in front of the altar which the wedding party passed through. Mrs. Homer Dlckdrson* provided the traditional wedding music, also accompanying Douglas Ealy as he sang. Billy Chang. 14-year-old brother of the bride, played a coronet solo during the ceremony, Thetrlde, given m marriage by her father, in a Chinese formal, wore a gown ofJjfldai lace in wedding; bell .design and chrystalllne. A scalloped neckline highlighted the battiuebod- ice and the long sleeves ended In scallops, over the hands. The bouffant skirt fell in a short train. She wore a Juliet cap of lace and pearls which held a fingertip length veir of silk illusion. She carried a bouquet •of white roses. Elizabeth Yang wasthebride's only attendant, gowned in a pink chiffon and lace dresl with a matching head bind in »leaf design. Her bouquet was dark pink asters. •':'•" Forrest Healey served the groom as best man, with Joe Slone and Bill Snow serving as ushers. •'" • ::•'•-..]• • • • •.-',••'' A reception followed the ceremony. The bride's table was laid with a lace cloth over satin and centered with thebri- de's bouquet which was flanked bv silver candelabra. Included COOK'S TOUR ~ B?'.IEANNE LEBKM Rnlted from biternailotu* HEW YORK rjPI) -A» op«n-<loor polhqr toward Junior 1 ! friends Kill help him develop good food habits. nod nutrition. txoUim at* AtttoasJ Dairy To Jpe sure your children hove every advantage in school, be sure you have their eyes examined regularly. Bring your children to TSO for dependable eye care at reasonable cost. An experienced Doctor of Opfometry wM carefully examine the interior of each eye for possible disease or defect. Glasses will not be filled unless needed for dear, comfortable vision. If glasses are nor needed, you pay only $3.00 for the scientific eye examination. FINEST QUAUTY Single, Vision 6LASSL Directed by Dr. S. J. Rogers, Dr. H. Joy Rogers •• Optometrists ._. 102 E. 2nd St. ,s. REEPORT, TEXAS Complete With Frame, I Ami Exjminatiofl n *Y $1 WEEKLY FINEST QUALITY Pr**isioit-FHtod CONTACT LENSES $65.00 Complete Curt «* muoSTSTBH**! JS osEWHtRi CONVENIENT CIEDIT PRECISION VISION Texns Stflte . OpTICflL Oounen oo the ew of another set Parent* should berfo, the court* eU setUni a fOod,«t«- pl« themselves. eattnt veil-balanced meals with obvious enjoyment. But Bi»e children smaller serv- injn than your own, especially when the menu Includes uniamll- lar foods. An overloaded plate discourages young appetites. However, with ''samples" of toed to choose'from. * child often will ask for more of those he likes. Remember th»t a few Uble accidents are Inevitable, even with school-age children, so don't use mealtime for scolding. As the youngsters outgrow the awkward stage, good manners will emerge. Poor appetites a problem? En- oourage balky eaters by taking them along sometimes when you market, said the council. A chad who is allowed to choos* some foods himself with judicious guidance from mother • may show man Interest hi eating at mealtime. Take advantage of any offers to help prepare meals, for this helps build appetites. Let youngsters learn to make their own after-school snacks, such as milk .shakes and sandwiches. Naturally, these should be counted to planning a balanced dally diet. Th» essentials of this diet are: —Three or four flasies of milk daily for young children, four or more for teen-agers. It may be served either plain or In soup*, puddings, Ice .cream, or cheese. "^-Two semi**; o^j$IJqjS"<>r green vegetables and one serving of potatoes, rice or macaroni. Because some vegetables lose vitamin values In cooking, salads and raw vegetables should be Included. —Two or more servings of fruit either fresh, canned, fatten or dried. —One egg dally, or at least three to five a week. —Main dish foods, such as meat, cheese, poultry or fish, an needed at least twice dally. Occasionally, you may substitute baked beans or peas, nuts or peanut butter. —Bread and cereal also are indispensable. Bread should be served at each meal, and cereal regularly. The amount per child depends, the ceuncU said, en the youngster's appetite. Us ate and the exercise he itta. WMU To Meet The Lake Jackson First Baptist Church Women's Missionary Union will meet at the church Wednesday morning. The program begins at 9:45 a4n. and will be followed by a covered dith luncheon. , EST ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP SPECIALIST TROPIC 2996 PHONE OFFICE 1706 W. 10 OWNER BUDDY KI2KE BLOWER COST] WAREHOUSE 707 WBR In WC ta the houseparty were Mrs. Linda McCarter of Waco, Miss Gltnanda Nash of Waco, and Miss Bette Tlgert of Demon. For travel the bride wore a white satin beaded Chinese dress which had been sent to her by relatives, the couple will make their home In Waco, where both are students'at Baylor University. The groom is a senior ministerial student, and the bride Is a junior student. Rev. and Mrs. Slone were instrumental In the wedding preparations, as their former church in Yoakuiri sponsored the parents of the bride to this country in 1948 to study in the Seminary in Fort Worth. The Ch- angs left their two children, Grace and Billy, in China With relatives, expecting to return to them In two years. During this period, the Communists took over much of China and it was three years before the children were permitted to come to the States. After the arrival of the Chang children, Dr. Chang was sent by the Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention to Taiwan, Formosa, to teach, the family only having been reunited for 52 days. Mrs. Chang and Billy later Joined him there, with Grace remaining in this country to continue her education. Dr. Chang and Billy returned here after seven years in order that Dr. Chang could do re- Lodge Meeting Two new officers were elected at. the recent meeting of Freeport t-ythlan Temple 18; Genevieve Rasmussen is manager and the.guard is Mrs. Mamie Wille.iberg. The group decided to .have a fish fry on Sept. IS. There were seven members present for the meeting. . DIAL BE 3-1 Willenbarg'r Prescription! 117 W. 2nd — TRY CLA83IPIED MR. AHD MRS. DAVID YEN Marry In West Columbia Church Ceremony search work to aid him In writing a. commentary on theBookof Romans. He will returntoFor- mosa in September to resume his duties as Dean of the Baptist Serr.inarvwhereMrs. Ghana is also a teacher. Bill will remain in Waco to go to school. Mr. and Mrs. Yen plan to return to their native countries after they complete, their education, to do missionary wort:. JOHNNIE IS LEARNING TO BEAD... ABE YOU ? ADULT READING IMPROVEMENT COURSE Twice a week 45 min. Classes For 10 weeks Person Average Improvement is oye'r 100% in Beading Kate with the same reading Comprehension. FOB MOBE INFORMATION CAH -CY 7-7590 COMPLETE IN A SINGLE PACKAGE EAT PUMP NOW YOUR BEST BUY IN BETTER LIVING ON THE NEW BUDGET-BUILT ELECTRIC RATE The year-around cost for all-year all-elecfric cooling "'•—. and heating is now lower than ever . . . with the budget- built new residential rate! Six months of each year, you can buy all the electric service you use over 900 kilowatt hours per month at only 'a 'penny' a kilowatt'Kofir. This' s ; if the lowest rate in the area's history. As a resurt,-your- - : - r family can now enjoy the ultimate in comfort-conditioning with the modern all-electric, fully-automatic heat pump. Whatever the weather, the heat pump gives complete ah- conditioning— switches from cooling to heating and back again, always maintaining thVexac'f temperature you've selected. It fits easily in a closet or attic space, or even outside the house. For the kind of comfort you've never known before ... at a price you can afford... investigate the auto- maticall-^nc heat pump now. Simply ie* the off-weortw 3 en ' ire 'y o«'° ma 'k - witching from heating to cooling on* HOUSTON LIGHTING «& POWER OOIVIF»ANY NOW EVERY FAMILY CAN UVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY on the new low BUDGET-BUILT ELECTRIC RATE Step up you/ M* ... step down your cott DEPENDABLE LOW-COST ELECTRIC S E R V I C 6

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