The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 14, 1960 · Page 5
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 5

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, December 14, 1960
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Brazoria County, f exaa, Wed., Dumber 14, 1960 lYOUNGLANDIA THJ8 BRAZ08PORT PACTS What They're Wearing, PHYSICS SET War $15 NOW RIDE ON ENGINE flegular $10 NOW I fly LEHOV BYHD KATIE LEATHERS and H111. daughter GENA, wearing mothe and daughter skirts ot blue fel appliquod in a Christmas moW find embroidered with jewels nrti sequins, topped With white woo blouseB. JIM NABORS, wearing a good looking sweater vest In fire en gins red. VIRGINIA GREEN, looking nice In a navy outfit with a gray ftjr collar. . . LOUISE MACH, receiving com ments at a party on her green hair that matched her taffeta brocaded dress styled with a beaded collar. Green shoes and gloves completed her costume. . . Seen In Sweeny: ERNELL ORR, looking very pretty In a red sheath dress which $he complemented with a Mb ot crystal heads and matching ear rings. . . GLADYS ALLEN, choosing a black wool sheath and matching , silk fatilo coat. A small black vcl- vet hat nnd pearl necklace added just the right touch to her smart costume. . . SHARON BLEDSOE, very Jt- tractlye In a "Christmas" red velveteen dress. . , DAISY HORN, attired in a pastel pink outfit. ELDON TRUCK ular $4 NOW •tffe CHEMISTRY SET IS NOW MILDRED GILL, selecting a block costume suit adorned with Kaspar-Miller Vows Are Recited In Wharton , Mr. and, Mr.. Theodore 0« 0 "Onmm,mi«, c—. . . - ^ * X 1U " L L^U. Mr. and , Mr«. Theodore Otto Kaspar* at home In Brazoria following a wedding trip to New Orleans, La. Their marriage was solemnized in the Holy Family Catholic Church in Wharton. The hrlde Is the former Ming Dorothy Ann Miller,,daughter of Mrs. Walfjh* E. MilU* df Wharton. The groo* Is the son of Theodore Kaspar of Ganado, Tex. The H&; Price led the couple In their double ring vowg before an altar' decorated With basket arrangements of chrysanthemums. Louis Michulka provided the orgin music and Mrs. Frank Krenekfwas soloist. Selections In- eluded .{"At Nuptial Mass," Ave Maria,? ."Mother Dear O Pray For li" "0 Sanetlsstma," and MR. AND MRS. THEODOfcE OTTO KASPAR Couple Makes Home In Brazoria Riverside Country Club Is Setting For Brazoria HD Club Yule Party Thp RrflynHa U/imn TlArvmnntM. »m-_ r*t..*. . ~ . . * Home Dcmonstra- on Club carried out its Christ- las project recently. Members a Inrse Jewelod liipel pin. KATHRYN MASSEY, so a 11 e n dcd nil AnRleton HE The Clubs Christmas program was held in " Club with 13 Riverside members Country present. I at a Christmas party in a white wool sheath dress featuring soft gathers at the waist and with a low rounded neckline. With this she wore multi-colored beads gold slippers. . . " | Mrs - H. C. Hayslip and Mrs. Tom V IR G I N IA PHILLIPS, also iS^'T there and looking very chic: in aj/'°,L A ^" slim black crepe dress accented - the Aged ' with a large jeweled pin. She wore matching accessories j Council meeting Monday and hac a Christmas parly in Riverside Country Club recently. Two large basket-! of fruit and two white gllttcred-net Christmas trees featuring Nativity scenes at their haws were delivered by " . Liverpool Rest Tcxan IIomc |3-PC. SUITCASE SET • W.6» NOW i A Sweeny Bridal Shower: THELMA MITCHELL attractively attired in a navy silk dregs- maker suit accented with Iridescent jewelry. . . BEAULAH BROWN, mother of the honoree, wearing a black brocaded sheath with matching waist- ; length jacket with which she wore j a ^- —— of Sunday School Seven members attended the Council meeting in the Assembly •" "«,un«.i (» jji lai'iii, i The dinner featured an unusual!, centerpiece. A single palmetto I leaf held pyramiding red pi nil cushions which were favors forjl members. A short business meeting and carol singing were part of the activities for the party. The next meeting is sot for the second Thursday in January In!. the homo of Mrs. Jack L. Ea'son I when Installation of officers if j scheduled. Room ot the Anglclon Co u r t House Monday. In the Crazy Hat feature of the Christmas program, Mrs. Sammle Kelly of the Bra zoria Club took the top prize with lier hat. Gipson Home Site centered with two miniature white bolls. SPIN SET BOWL SET *1 lar $10 NOW i REMCO GAMES PATRICIA WALKER, choosing a pretty Dior blue crcpe dress which she complemented with pastel pink jewelry. .. LELIA BLEDSOE, attired In a very attract^ muUi<olored print dress featuring large pink roses on a pale beige background. „ Rev. Beard To Speak flu? Rev. John H. Beard will speak at the Thursday Christmas irogram of Lake Jackson Junior flgh School. His topic will be 'What is the Christmas Spirit? Mrs. Allie Lovett is prograrr chairman and the choir will par Class Yule Party The Geneva Wilson S u n day School class of Lake Jackson First Baptist Church met recently for a Christmas party and business session. The event was held in the home of Mrs. C. H. Gipson with J3 members present. The devotional from the 23rd Psalm was given by the class teacher, Mrs. O. M. Jennings. Each member brought nn item for the Christmas project ol providing groceries for the needy of the area. The Gipson home was dororat- !AM Auxiliary Elects Officers 1 New officers for 1981 were elected at the Monday night mooting of the Brazosport La-' dies Auxiliary of the Interna- , tional Association of Mnchin- I Ists. j Bertha Pace will head the; group as president; Maryjl Brown, vice president; Violet J Spears, financial secretary; Mary Megglson, recording secretary; Lois Christa, treasurer; Ruth Yeamans' warden; and Imogcne Vaughn, chaplain. And, Rosalee Thompson, conductor; Lula Kinnison, sentinel; and Mildred Cadenhead, press correspondent. Members of the finance committee include Mrs. Kcnnison, Mrs. Vaughan, and' Mrs. Thompson. j Due to the illness of so many 'J members the Christmas party that had been scheduled has ed with a Christmas theme been called off. The next meeting will be Jan. 9 at 7:30 p.m AwxM o in a t on . .— ^^^ I""V a '** i»n:iillA:ni CXI from 2.301 to 3:30 p.m. in the gym. |ed gifts during the eveninc. at the Freeport National Bank. ' 13 NOW SAUCY WALKER i liar I34.0B NOW <f£Z 32 KEY PIANO pbiegular $33.96 NOW 19 TYPEWRITER Regular »4 NOW « oun YOU CAN HEAT ONE ROOM OR YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE WITH Headman AREA HEAT & co*t» you !«s in every way to h»ot your hom« with Dearborn Area Heat, ff you haven't heard about Otarborn Area Heat... come in and let us tell you about it... you'll save money! BUY ON EASY TERMS DARW6bb ; S BETTER FURNIT URE FOR LESS Freeport 119 West 2nd "Communion Song. Given in marriage by her uncle, Frank Brenk, the bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace and tulle ruffles over white taffeta The fitted bodice featured a scalloped p o r t r ait neckline encrusted with sequins and pearls and long sleeves that came to points on the hand. The bodice ended in points at th« waistline. Back interest for the skirt was created with long Oered scallops o flace that swept Into a train. Her filmy veil was held by a crown of pearls. Her bridal bouquet wag fashioned of seven pink orchids. Miss Betty Wisnieski was maid of honor. She wore a. floor length gown of pink net aver taffeta, styled with a portrait neckline and a full circular skirt that was tucked up with white roses. Her headdress was a matching crown and she carried white roses Bridesmaids were Miss Ann Jean Maresh, Miss Shirlee Kubena, Miss Kalhy Marek, Miss Gail Miller, and Miss Kathren Jones. Miss Sara Sue Miller was junior bridesmaid. They wore royal blue dresses and headdresses fashioned identical to that of the honor attendant. They also carried white roses. Carmen Fabrygel was flower girl, wearing a white dress made like the other attendants'. Fred Kaspar Jr. was the ring bearer. Jerome Bartos attended the room as best man. Groomsmen were Daniel Kaspar, Carl Zajicek, N°vak, Larry Kaspar, and . M.uth. Walter Miller was junior groomsman. James Varkei and Johnny Labay served as ushers. i Following the ceremony a re-! ccphon was held at Hungerford Hall. The bride's fable was centered with an arrangement ol while mums, and small arrangements featuring a bridal couple were placed at either end ol the table A round table held (he tiered wedding cake that was surrounded with the bouquets of the bride and bridesmaids. Miss Pat Malik registered the guests m the bride's book at a table decorated with pink mums. For travel the bride chose a green suit, beige accessories, and a pink orchid corsage. St. Mary's 4-H Club Program Is Yule Decor Mrs. Mary Louise Gilbert, assistant county home demonstration agent, presented the pt«gram for the second meeting held recently by the Girls 4-H Club of St. Mary's School. Mrs. Gilbert gave the girls ideas on how to make Christ- mas'ornaments and hints on how to give gifts. She also presented pins for points of credit with Patricia O'Brien receiving the silver pin for having flla most points. SAVE. (49- DECEMBER I December 15th — 17th" i FREE LADIES & MISSES SWEATERS • Banlon Cardigans • Furblend Cardigan. • Angora Blend Boatnecks • Orion Vests • Until, Turtle neck. Sizes 32 to 44 Keg. 4.99 3.88 LADIES' LONG COATS Jersey, Cashmere Blends, Wool Blends SUes g to 20 "' to 3" V V • »•*' #** THBEE DAI SPECIAL DISCOUNT Values to 49.99 $ 19 TO MEN'S SPORT COATS Sizes 33 to 44 Regulars and Longs Values to 24.95 17.88 ,*° SV»«* i\te* LADIES' FALL DRESSES Values to 17.99 Jr. Sliw, Ladles Slut, Berular Sties ' HIGHEST ouaimt 3IEN-S & BOY'S CAMPUS SWEATERS Values to 12.99 2" TO 10" GIRLS AND LADIES FALL SLEEPWEAK Challls and Flannel Gowns and Pajamas MEN'S & BOY'S JACKETS & CAR COATS Sizes 1 to 29, 34 to 16 Reg. 10.99 Now 8.88 Reg. 12.99 Now 10.88 Reg. 14.99 Now 12.88 Reg. 17.99 Now 14.88 J0 0 Reg. 1.99 Reg. 2.99 Reg. 3.99 Now 1.77 Now 2.66 Now 3.44 Sizes 1 to 14 She* 32 to 40 MEN'S & iiOV'S LEATHER DRESS GLOVES Fur Lined, Wool Lined, Unlined Reg. 2.99 Now 2.44 Reg. 3.99 Now 3.44 Reg. 4.99 Now 3.99 4 to 6*. to 8.99 THREE DAV SPECIAL DISCOUNTS Now Available] i At Both Star Angleton ANt» Lake Jackson I |Aul«toii, OF BRAZCORIA COUNTY

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