!$. BraiospoRi TH1 BRAEOS?01tT FAOTi 1 ' ' • "'"•^^^^'^•••••'•'••'•••••^^^•^^^^^••^^^^••^^l^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^. ^ illll..!^^ ~~L ^^ *^^ FfanfeGompton Mcffiage Solemnized Slake Lutheran Church In a candlelighted'ceremony white satin and lac* kn*Ai(nrf u*tit*W Ath^mt »M . *«i..i uii« , . v ;•• 1^1-, «t 6 p.m. Saturday,- in. Lake nlllnw «;=,. ,,c.j t,f, ^.^."-A X™.:2..T.? P .%,~ a . ?? lnt . b *'°y J?ekson was nwtron of honor, his father as best man. Kfv -ilo«P« hnt .^:4 mM ii. „* .u- „-,,„_ „,.,., „ . .. »t 6 p.m. Saturday,- irj. Lake Jackson Saint Mark Lutheran Church, Miss Josephine Iris Compton became the bride of David Reeso Frank. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. James Virgil' Compton and Mr. and Mrs. Reese Alec Frank, all of Freeport. Rev. R. t. Fackle'r officiated at the double ring ceremony. Two vases filled with large white chrysanthemums, gladioli and stock flanked tho altar. Greenery with button mums decorated the altar rails and the soft lighting was furnished by candles surrounding the cross behind the altar and caiv delabra on each church. side of the Family pews were marked by ufolte satin bows and a white satin and lace kneeling pillow was used by the couple as they knelt for "The Lord's Prayer." ir .; Mrs. J. M. Thomas at the or- jan accompanied the soloist, Miss Sandra Gamer as she sang "I Love You Truly," -'O Promise Me," and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride was given in marriage by her father. For her wedding she chose a white dress fashioned of embroidered tulle. The slightly scooped neckline, short sleeves arid an embroidered panel down the front of the dress were heavily encrusted with tiny seed pearls which were hand-appliqued by the bride's aunt, Mr».:R. t. Compton. Covered buttons extended down the back of the bodice which dipped to a point below the; :wat$t. The chapel lengthl train cascaded from ths fitted waftt Into two pointed tiers, each with an embroidered and peart trimmed borderv , Short gloves fastening with a single pearl button were also Worn by the bride. A fingertip veil of imported silk depended from a pearl tiara. The bride's only Jewelry was a delicately fashioned necklace of a cultured pearl mounted on a tiny silver heart/ her gift from the groom. Th« traditional something" oldi something new, something borrowed ind something blue was also worn. 'She carried a whit* orchid surrounded by s'tephanotll atop a white brldai Bible with white satin streamer!. MM. Jean Bright of Lake She wore ,i buttercup yellow crystalline dress ".which featured ascoop necklltte and full pleated skirt. A'cummerbund fashioned of the ssme fabric looped through a large buckle ir the back and ended in a deeply fringed edge. A pale yellow sequlned headband accented with tiny crystal beads, dyed to match satin slippers and short white 'glove* completed her costume. Her bouquet was an arrangement of bronze colored fall chrysanthemums. Mitt Mary Jane McDonald of Sealy, Miss Lynda KUcer of Dublin, and Misi Pennie Christian served as bridesmaids and were attired identically to the matron of honor. s , • .... i The groom w«s attended by of — as best man. Key i Virgil 'Compton, brothei the bride, were candU , . lighters. Groomsmen were Bernard Scrogfn. Leslie Ammann, and Charles Howard, all of Fresport; Serving as ushers were Bobby Johnson of Lake Jackson, John Earl Simmons of Jones Creek and Virgil and Key Compton; Ricky Carl Fackler, son of Hev. and Mrs. Fackler, was ring bearer, carrying the traditional white satin and lace pillow down the aisle. He was attired in a navy suit, white shirt and small bow tie. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Compton chose a Dior blue reembrotdered lace over taffeta sheath featuring a bateau neckline and short sleeves. ;Her coitume was completed by BETTER FOOD FOt LISS4 you money on quality NATIONAL BRANDS BISCUITS COFFEE ^•^^•T-fcS PILLSBURY ORBALLARD C . SPECIAL Kraft Grape Jelly Union Lunch Bags lOc VEAL SPAM SUCt AN* SfRVt COL* __ 12-Oi.CM _ Libby's Corned Beef ^ 49c '-"•--^•' " ! "'^»'^- ---^t*' -jj~-*e,<:±, ^.f, H-V- •.,. y. : -it ,. '.\i^n3ii:.. mu>Butfe^i9* BAKERY SPECIAL Jelly FILLED WITH ftASPKRRr ... Roll 29c Fruit Festival Coffee Cake FILLED WITH FINE FRUIT"... 25c CANDY SPECIAL Hershey Bars 35c REG. Sc SlZfi TRAY OF 10 . rOUN« AND TINDN. FINI Ml MMKUE c Beef Liver.... ib 39c PLUMS U. S. No. 1 IDAHO PRUNE - PLUMS PACK SEVERAL M THR SCHOOL LUNCH ROXES FOt NUTRITION LB. SEPT. 8-9 N • KPOltT ONLY! WE BESEUVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT 7c Bed Peppers ^ — u. BOLOGNA ARMOUR STAR ALRIADV SLICtO. RIAOV FOR SCHOOL-IN* LUNCH Li, American Process Cheese.... i*. 49c Carnation Cottage Cheese !*<£ 25c Uncle Ben's Rice M-OZ. PK«. 4^-, EV€RYOAY bOW PftfCS /OC Gulf Spray MNTCAW Cloves, hat and jewelry of the College Station. The bride Is a T-- . —-, .._, u>*u jtrrcnj vt UJC ime color and black patent Martha Sue Nachogdoch.es, Westbrook of Mrs. Barbara Maier, Mrs. Mary Ann Howard and Miss Wanda Freeman served the guests. Lil 'Anna Klein passed among the guests a silver tray containing small tulle bags of rice. A deep blue shantung suit was chosen as the bride's traveling ensemble. The box jacket was styled with an away- notched collar white, orchid lifted from her bridal bouquet graduate of Brazosport High ..... _„.„. „.,„ u.wi paicm gruuuaie 01 Brazosport High toes and bag. Her cbrsage was School and attended Texas Wo- 'smoned of yellowjrosebuds. '- "--' • •• • — • he groom's mother wore a avy lace over cdtton satin teath featuring a cut-out neck- ne accented with two pearl 'ins and short sleeves. She chose a small navy hat, bag and shoes and white gloves and a double strand of pearls to .-omplete her ensemble. Her -•orsage was also of yellow rosebuds. Immediately Mowing the ceremony, a reception was held on the church lawn overlook- Ing Oyster Creek. The four tiered wedding cake was topped with a miniature bride and groom and decorated with tiny yellow rosebuds. Tre punch was yellow to further carry out the color scheme of the wedding. The bride's table was covered with a family heirloom hand crocheted White table cloth and the bride's bouquet formed the centerpiece. Members of the house party tor the reception were Miss Anna Palm of Houston who registered the guests; Mrs. man's University in Denton where she was a member of the Philomathia IJterary^Sbolal Club, served as freiBhmgn coim- selor and received the Danforth Foundation scholarship. Her groom is a graduate of Brazosport High School and is now a student of Texas A&M where he will continue his studies^ this fall. He is a member of (he Physics Club and the Student Chapter of Aeronautical Sciences. Out-of-town guests in addition to the ones in the wedding party include Mr. and Mrs. TA. Miirrah and Judy of San Antonio; Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Palm, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Peschke, Jerry and Eddie; Mrs. R. P. Finnegan, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hildebrant, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herzog and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Frank, all of Houston. And, Mrs. Albert Frank, the groom's grandmother, from Bellville; Mr. and Mrs. H.'L. Cone of Gonzales; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Compton of West Columbia; Mrs. J. R. Compton, the bride's grandmother, from Gonzales; and Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Christain and Nathan of Kountze. Also, Mrs. I. P. Christain of Gonzales, the bride's maternal grandmother who has been a house guest in Freeport for the past several days; Dwain Mayfield of College Station, and John Schier of Dallas. ,----- ••-<* vu».o» Friday night the wedding displayed a multiple party attended the rehearsal ol various shades of dinner at the home of the groom's parents, The buffet hat style dinner was serv ed to ap- from-the-neck which strand „ blue beads. r~" email, ClOSe ubuit^ uaL abjri*: uilllier __ _ matched the shade of blue of proximately 30 guests which «,?f. M j c ° m Plement the included the immediate mem- suit, blue and white shoes were bers of the wedding party and cnosen. Her corsage was a the house party. The tables were decorated , .with yellow floral arrange- Tne couple will make theirjments and covered with white home at 402 North Main in linen cloths. Mzss Edmunson Is Wed To Billy Butler The marriage of Miss Patricia Jolene Edmuneson and Billy Joe Butler was solemnized at 7:15 pjn. Wednesday in theClute home of the bride's grandmother, Mr*.. George Turner. The briaVsrWrents are Mrs. J. E. ChippeU of Cheyenne, Wyo., and J. J. Edmundson of Angleton. The groom is the sen of Mrs. EUenBotler of Frensno, . Rev. O. T. VtnMeter, pastor of Clute First Baptist Church. officiated at the double ring ceremony. A pink and white color scheme was tarried out in decorations with floral arrangements before a background of ivy in urns. Given in -marriage by her father, the bride wore a charcoal linen sheath, styled with a rounded neckline. With this she wore white accessories and carried a bouquet of white roses atop a white satin covered Bible, Miss Janie Mutina of Danberry .was maid of honor. She wore a navy linen sheath dress with navy and white accessories and white carnations corsage. Tommy R. Turner attended the groom as best man. For her granddaughter's wedding, Mrs. Turner worepink and charcoal silk with black accessories. Her corsage was fashioned of pink carnations. A pink and whitefloralcenter- piece was used for the bride's table for the reception that followed the ceremony. The three tiered wedding cake was topped with the traditional" miniature bride and groom. Punch, was served from-a c *y*Qw**>: service^ Aiwhjte, pink and silver"canaiearrarige- ment was placed on the buffet. la the house party assisting with the reception were Mrs. Ray Farrar, Mrs. L. E. Riley, Mrs. Andre Sanchez. Mrs. Alice woodruff,. Mrs. D. -E. Rlley, Mrs. John. Dwica»-Jr. v Mrs. Carron Douglas, and Mrs. B. E. Harlaa. The bride and groom left for a wedding trip immediately after the reception. For her corsage the bride wore white roses from her bridal bouquet. They will make their home at "50 St. Anne, Clute. upon return. The bride in a 1958 graduate of Brazosport Senior High •School and the groom graduated from Globe High School, Globe, Ariz. HeisanpperatorforDow Chemical Company. MR. AND MRS. BILLY JOE BUTLER Couple Marry In Home Ceitmony Photo By Jack Gieenbeig SHELL FISH TUESDAY SPECIAL CHICKEN * DUMPLINGS ONLY \ 65 COFFEE "- Open 9 »4o. to 10 p.m. OPEN ON SUNDAY 821 Gulf Blvd. Fretport Sr-3 Voui Local Dealer Today The World'* Mow power/id Air-CoadlHaaer BOB ROACH ELEC, CO I Phong 8B 3-4381 I Eub the grin of an outdoor barbecue with salad oil to keen meat from sticking. • • * Meringues nay be hard or soft. Hard meringues have crisp textures and are used in shells, cookies and kisses. The secret of a good hard meringue is-to dry it carefully In the oven, using as little beat as possible. • • • For an unusual salad, toss hot cooked.and cubed tweet potatoes in equal. amounts of French dressing and white wine. Let stand until cold. Salt to taste and add other seasonings such as dried dill, parsley or a little gra- ed onion. Serve with hot or cold ham. MRS. DAVID REESE FRANK The Former Misi Joiephino Itis Compton . Pholo By Rod Lrwit HOUSEHOLD Shr«dd»d Wheat for Oemrt NEW y/ORK UP1) Break- on cereal doubled as dessert when rou Add hone; and straw- oerriesr Place 4 shredded wheat oiscuits in * buttered pie plate, fop with a total >t V« cup of none;. Bake m a 350-degree oven IS minutes. Cool tnd serve witb 1 pint of fresh strawberries sweetened with V« cup Jf sugar. Add whipped, errtrrt *ortasin • T --obys Wed Friday •'innle Weiser became the of Albert Charles Jaco. Friday. Just. . of the Peace Glyna Thomas officiated at the ceremony. The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. R. A. King. Mr. and Mrs.. Jacoby are making their home at 419 West Eight Street in Freeport. Widest BelecUoa* Lowell PRICKB •as? Credit Xerua I LEE'S CREDIT JEWELERS 107 W Broad crccport PENNEY^! 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