The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 15, 1962 · Page 7
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, August 15, 1962
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JRAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY, TIXAS, WED., AUGUST IB. 19*2 THE BRAZOSPOftT FACTS Edtforlol—Adv—BE 3-3511— Classified—-BE 3-2*11 FEDDERS ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS CHOOSE THE SIZE TO COOL YOUR HOME 4,008 BTU—7,000 8TU—7.400 ITU—10,000 §TU 12,000 BTU—13,500 ITU—14,500 ITU 18,500 ITU—20,000 ITU— 24,000 ITU—28 000 ITU '149- Wadsworth-Treadwell Vows Exchanged In FP PAGE 7 I PRICES I START AT I* FRIB ESTIMATE} j* RANK RATE FINANCING SALES ft SERVICE |* FREE 1 YEAR SERVICE (Standard S Y«a r Warranty On Camprtnar) WI APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS PRESCOH T.V. & APPL PHONE CY 7-6334 144 CIRCLE WAY • UKZ MCKS OM Miss Llndu Fnye Trcndwell of:by her father, wore a gown slid Freeporl nnd Bobby Olrn Wads- had designed nnd mnrip. The worth (V Ran Augustine exchang-i bodice of re-embroidered spider ed double ring wedding vows al:« p cl> Chantilly lace encrusled with 4:30 p.m. Saturday In Ihe First seed pearls nnd iridescent.sequins Baptist Church, of Freeport. jwns fashioner! with a scooped The hridp is the daughter ofi neckline and clbmv length sleeves. i Mr. and Mrs. David F. Tread-'Tt"" bodice came to a point in the jwcll of Kreeport and Ihe groom'sjbnck and closed with liny cover- i parents are Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J. led buttons. Wad*'.voi-1h of Ran Augustine. ! The pleated skirl of ivory The Hev. M. L. Walker Jr., pas-j'hrome spun taffela, featuring Inr of Kelly's First Baptist Church | tare appliqucd panels down the in Lufkin. performed tlm cere-I back pleats, swept Into n chapel ,of Ihe groom, and Miss Sharon j die Dunning of Austin and John.ror, flanked by crystal candle Treadwell, the bride's sister. | Wayne Walker, cousins of t h r>! holders wilh yellow tapers They were gowned alike In iri-| h , H *' "olxr-rt Treadwell nnd Mikej The ti erpd wedding cake, top- descent copper peau de ore, Styl-Lt'' '^""'i- ..'"IT, ""'* '^" m "li^ 1 wi "' a minla «>re bride and e,l with lm,^m,i n n ,.nu«. ,„! i lh<! b ™*' "'R'""! Hio candles and groom, was placed at one end of ed with lowered necklines andjj.' j short sel-ln sleeves, and featuring draped front trim with as ushers, the. occasion, :ing draped front trim with self! ror " 10 occasion. Airs. Tread- Ifabric loop trim at Dip waistlin" ! WP " splp< ' lwj a Rreen printed silk 'The skirls were softly pleated i drcss ' black V " M ' (l accessories, a 1 Satin shoes, while gloves, ami p '" k firmcr «' ha', and a pink car- j largo copper colored cabbage rose 1 " 3 " 0 " corsage. The groom's 'headdresses with matching short! molher ''hose a dress of peach .veils completed their costumes, ilace, black accessories and the table and the punch servica at the other. Miss Jane Dunning, cousin of Ihe bride, presided at the punch 'bowl, and cake was served by Miss Peggy Basham of Lufkin. ninny, nl an nltar adorned with j length train. Hie front waistline jtwo baskets of while gladioli. A'was accented with a bow. pnir of candelabra, entwined with' Her ballerina length veil of iwhitp satin hows and greenery,,white lull* was held by a head- held white tapers. A white satinjdress designed with over-lapping covered prayer bench was used.'hearts of seed pearls with a tear Miss June Pearson of Frecport'drop pearl hanging from each provided the nuptial selections;heart. She carried a bouquet of nnd accompanied the soloist, Mm,'yellow roses and white stephano- M. L. Walker of Htfkin, in Iheltis. selections "Iterance" and "The! Mm. Jack Sumler was the ma- Weddlng Prayer." |tron of honor, and bridesmaids The. bride, given in marriage j were MI.,., Ann Wnd.iworth, sister For a wedding trip to Louisi. . . 11 ciiMmm.'s.; • . - •••- - ajana, Ihe bride changed into a suit (They carrier! bouquets of yellowl whllc c ' arn; "" m TOrsa K' > - jot winter green textured boucle. mums. | Following Ihe ceremony, a re-(The waist length jacket had a (•option was held at the home of the bride's parents. The table was covered with a white linen and centered with Uif sleeves. Her headdress was a 'crown of white roses wilh yellow j ribbon. She carried a while taf- !f c ia basket. Jim McReynolds, a cousin of the brirle, was Ihe bridegroom's jbest man. Groomsmen were Ed- THE STORY OF TEN LITTLE FREE WORKERS mmmimmmmmmmm THESE ARE THE WORKERS JSSn DOCTOR RAILfiOAOfR MINER 5TEEIWORKER FARMER LAWYER GROCER 6ALESCIERK REPORTER Miss Teresa Treadwell, sisler i of Ihe bride, was the flower girl. |She wore while nylon organdy over yellow taffela, with a full skirt,, ~., scooped neckline and nhort inr * dRsrna '''' 1 ' bouquets on a mir- 7 Teams Compete For Bridge Club Championship The Gulf Coast Duplicate Bridge club had seven teams of four competing for points toward the team championship, Friday. This was the first game of six which will decide the team championship. In the board of match play, Dan Morgan's team, including Morgan, Ed Rarreft, and Mr. anrf Mrs. B. T. Hanna, won firsl place. Second place went to John Watson's team. Members of this team air Watson. Dick Parker, Vi Watson, and .Tody Parker. Ten little iree workers in this country fine and lair. But il you cherish your freedom—worker have a caret Ten little Iree workers—Reddy was doing line Until the socialists qot him—then there were nine. ^ » «fe» 1 * 9 Nine little Iree vrorkers laughed at Reddy's late Along came fee-era] medicine—then Jhere were eight. Eight little free woriers Ihoughf this country heaven Bttf the government took over the railroads, then there were seven. *.—^ »-» n came. I i Seren Me free workers—'till the miners got in a fix. Uade safcj coaTs essential and took over leaving six. Six little hee worlrers 'till the day did arrive Tie steel mills too were federa/izecf—then there were live. Fire little bee workers—but the farmers are free no more Tie farm* hare been collectivized—that leaves only lour. I Four little free workers till the government did decree AH must have Iree legal advice—then there were three. Three little iree workers—the number is geHingr few, But with government groceries selling lood—then there were two. Two little iree workers— our «tory'a a/most done, Wilh clerics at work In federal stores—that leaves only one. One little iree worker—the reporter son-ol-a-gun Mustn't criticize government—so now there are none. Ten little workers—but they are no longer tree They work when and where ordered, and at a fixed rate you see, And it all could have been prevented it they'd only seen lit to agree Vlnd wori logefher inslead of saying "it never can happen to me/" Yes .,. this could happen lo you. This little story could como true unless «ach of us works to preserve free enterprise. What can you do? Write your Congressman and ask him to lc*«p government out of business. HOUSTON LIGHTING POWER COMPANY large, winged collar and threa quarter length sleeves. She complemented this with a sleeveless brown silk print blouse that tied in front, brown lizard shoes and bag, a brown feather hat, whit* gloves, and a yellow rosebud cor- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wadsworth will ; rnake their home in Lufkin. She is a graduate of Brazosport jHigh School and he graduated I from Broddas High School. They I are both attending Stephen F. j Austin Stale College in Nacog- Idoches. > Honored guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Brown, Mrs. Neva Norris, grandparents jot the bride, ami Mrs. Eugene iKvett, the groom's grandmother. The rehearsal dinner was held Friday at the home of the bride's parents. i Prior lo her marriage, the for- imer Miss Treadwell was honored iwith a miscellaneous tea shower! :at the Freeport home of Mrs. W. 'H. Bailey. : The refreshment table was centered with a bride doll standing ;in a circlet of leather leaf fern, i MIS. AM) MRS. BOBBY OI-EN WADSWORTH Couple.To Make Home In Lufkin small, gift wrapped packages that corsage of fern, ribbons, and hold- contained useful gifts Inr the ; ers for corn on the cob. The hos- bride. Extended from the hands;less also gave her a piece of her of the bride doll were tiny white!chosen sterling. satin ribbons which entwined the : — packages. ; At one end of the table was| Ihe punch bowl, and at the other the coffee service. Refreshments Save Money ! Whene you build a wood patio! substituting /or Mrs. Miilicant. [Sandal, won third place. I The next te.irn of four p!.~,y \uii ; be Sept. 14 at 7 p.m. at the" Dow Personnel Building. Next Friday will be a mR.-ite- point night when painting it. Simply let the Douglas individual^ compete for full mas- fir planks weather naturally. In issued by the American i about a season, they will bleach to Bridge League. ;an incomparable shade of silver coffee. Miss Jane Dunning poured and :Mrs. Mar>' Adams Sumler served cake. Mi" Dunnin" Mrs Sumler. and-\,L U T.o™Vees mo" r were presented with corsage" ,which were centered with a fruii knife, can opener, and potato 1 'peeler. The honoree was given ai —"" *— __ _.....- -.,..,—-— — ^ . ,. DRIVE-IN CONVENIENCE with SUPER MARKET PRICES! SUPERMARKET 626 West 2nd. FREEPORT, TEXAS SPECIALS GOOD FOR THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUG. 16-17-18 EGGS SNOWDRIFT 3 LB. CAN SHORTENING LIGHT CRUST FLOUR 5*37' Sorrell's Caged SRADE A Small DOZ. libb/i Pears __„ 2 d 0 , 3 , 49 C Do!, Pineapple 2 CF .';: 33 C Del* Pirmppt* Juice oac Ol. ** Libby'i Goldgn Cr«4.-n Style Corn __ 20^35° Libby'i Peas 2 c\ll 39 C Armour'j Treet I2 ^45 C Libby'i Potted Meat 2 3C .°:25 C io.;. Stuff.d Olives 4 ?;; 39 C St.liy'i R.d Labil W.HI. Syrup 24o,39 c Antii«ptic—7 Oi. Listerine _ 49 C Pine-O-Pine Pt 49 C Clorox _!!•£: 19 C Kaittr Aluminum Foil 2 ^ 29 Real Kill 9 , 79 C Tiiiim—400 Sin Kleenex 25 C G*rb*r's Strained 8*by Food . 10c.,,99 c STAR-KISTTUNA c s h ,;. 1 OPEN 'Til 7 P.M. GIROUARD'S Specializes In ARMOUR STAR HEAVY BEEF * * * * * ARMOUR STAR (Fin* For Bar-B-OI BRISKET or SHORT MEATY PORK SPARE RIBS FOR THE BEST IN BEEF—IT'S GIROUARD S

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