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Freeport, Texas
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IftAZOtPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 1962 THE 8RAZOSPORT FACTS Editorial—Adv.—86 3-3511—Classified—BE 3-2611 PAGE 7 Household * Foods ft «""JAmA*X*Al«>iUAAAUX"AXlA«AXUA«A^^ 9 Fashions <& Beauty & THE/BRAZOSPORT FACTS /or and abou n i"i i i i i ssxtwi't a»a i B ami »»a a» »» 5 e »TT» »» m»a c g o »»go r«y» i ft B » irnr»i a n»»> i n»»ai /; !Miss Corns, J. Williams Wed In Weslaco Ceremony 'Hie marriage of Miss Maurine.elbow length from a crown ofiof pink silk. Her accessories were Corns of Weslaco and James Wal-pearis. She carried a bouquet ofjwhile and her corsage was of pink jler Williams of 1/ake Jncksoniw h i I e spider chrysanlhemums carnations. jwns solemnized at 8 p.m. Aug. II with snlin streamers. .She carried' The mother of Ihe bridegroom, ;al the First Methodist Church of a handkerchief which her paler-'wore a jacket dress of silver Hue' i Weslaco. nal grandmother, Mrs. I. B. Corns brocade, bone accessories, and a j Parents of the couple me Dr. 'of Harlingen, carried in her own i corsage of white carnations, jand Mrs. J. B. Corns of Weslaco ', wedding fiS years ago, and which 1 The parents of the bride were |and Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Williams wns also carried by the bride's!host for a garden reception all of 1,-ike. Jackson. sisler, Mrs. Joseph Goulden, in (heir home following Ihe cere Hie Rev. Sam Fore led Ihe her wedding last year. mony. Mrs. Ralph Stevens Jr. of i couple in their double ring vows, Mrs. Goulden, Philsdelphia, .College Station and Miss Uidwig ;at an altiir adorned wilh n mass- IVnn., attended her sister as ma- alternated in presiding at the led arrangement of white gladioli iron of honor. Bridesmaids were.bride's book. ;and majestic daisies. Family. Miss Linda Ligon and Miss Judy The bride's table was covered ipows were marked with while Fitzgerald rt Wrslaco; Miss Susie with a white cloth and a white 'ribbons and majestic daisies. Crulchfield of McAllen; and Miss rl et nverskirl, The Ihree-tiered Miss Belly Ludwig of Clillon Polly Mover of Weslaco and Hou-i wedding cake topped with spun was soloist for the ceremony. She ston. .sugar roses were served with jsang the selections "Whither Thou They were gowned alike in moss p , m eh by Miss Helen Meyer of | Goes!" and "The Wedding Pray, green dresses, designed with close Karnes City; Mrs. Bob Freeman rr. Mrs. Ruth Thompson played fitting bodices and modified bell; r ,f Viciolie. sister of Ihe groom. Ihe. traditional nuptial marches on s-kirls. They carried Colonial an d Mis, Marilyn Bueche of San the organ. nosegays of yellow daisies. Antonio ' , Given in marriage by her lath- Richard Shoppe of Lake Jack- -p,,, Eroom •„ tab | e was IaW with er, Ihe bride wore a formal gown son served as best mhn. Grooms- a yellow cloth. Here, Miss Ann of white peau de soie, designed . men were Robert Freeman oTcaskey served coffee, and Mrs wilh a scooped neckline, a close Victoria, brother-in-law of the u aro id l^ionev and 'Mrs. .1. K jfilling (>o<lice wilh short sleeves, : groom; Mart: Rainey of Lake Rushing 0 [ f- 0 rt Worth sers-eri ;nnd a softly pleated skirl which Jackson, and Gordon Meckler of ca |j,,_ I swept into a chapel lenglh train. Ilarlinger. Serving as ushers Dennis Wayne. Dale Allen and ;She wore long while gloves and were Jerry Madden, Weslaco, and Be ( .|,y Rushing of Hurst all coti- her only jewelry was a pearl K. S. Mulkey of Fort Worth, un- sjns '„, ,,, p hrirtr . distribut necklace, a gift of the bride- cle -V Ihe bride. ^y, to , hc Rroom. ; For her daughter's wetkling. Follwving the reception, the . Her veil of illusion cascaded to, Mrs. Corns chose a jacket dre« Miss Hannaford Honored With FP Personal Shower Miss Susan Hannaford, bride-miniature bride and groom snr- jelect of Thomas Hollis Meadows rounded hy orange blossoms Jr., was honored wilh a persona] Melva Owings rrgislored "the shmver. recently, at Mrs. Wals- guests, Marsha Dingle registered Ion's Tea Room in Freeport. Hos- the gifls, and Martha Rhodes and (esses for the event were Mrs. Joyce Armstrong served punch Wilma Sharp, Mrs. Li I Tnissell, and coffci and Mrs. Rulh Bennett. The hostesses The table was centered wilh presented the a hnnoree wilh a brunch coat and a corsage of white carnations that complemented her navy dress with a while lace collar. Her molher, Mrs. Dorothy Hannaford of Freeport, was given pink car- naiions, Ihe groom-elect's mother, The Freepnrt Canton and LA- ' Mrs ' T - H - Meadows Sr. of Lake PM l.i mel Wednesday to make Ja '' ksnn > received orchid mums, plans for a fish fry, visit to anoth- and Miss """naford's grandmother city, and church altendanre as rr ' ' Ml!; - Paul B;tk f r . was present°" Wlth a corsage of gold mums. At ™" 23 P 6 ''-'™^ attended the Canton, LAPM Plan Fish Fry On Aug. 24 ributed rice MBS. WILLIAM THAI) HOLT III The Kornir Mi«s Sandra Maxine llop|>er Photo Bv Chadwlclc a group. The fish fry will be Lake Jackson Park on from 5 to R p.m. Tickets are $1 for adults and 50 cents for chil- drnn. The group wilh 28 members present including Wilma Hiatt of Baton Rouge, I.a., set Aug. 28 for a visit to the West Columbia Rebekah 1/xlge in uniform. Raymond Spiller announced that members would also aHend church in uniform the first part of September. The meeting was held in the IOOF Hall in Freeport. held at Aug. 2-\, Pvrnt that was held from 7:30 to MRS. JAMKS WALTER WILLIAMS Wed To Lake Jackmin Resident W _ Miss Camp Weds Karl B. Kovac A former Sweeny resident, Miss She carried an ivory missal top-i Jan Elsbeth Camp of Corpus,ped with a h.isdading bouquet of 'Chrisl!, and Karl Bernard Kovac, |white carnations centered with a also of Corpus Christi, were mar-l™ rs «R | ' of white starlite roses, i ried in a double ring ( ' pl ' cmo '»'! m j u1 ™; Unda llol|1 ° mb was '. lie at 9:30 a.m. Saturday in St. P»'- "'ere^Linda 1 le'rrf'rirks""^ Helen '• rick's Catholic Church in Corpus Frederick. They wore identical: Christi. : gowns of maize silk mousse)ine : She is the daughter of Mr. and de soie. fashioned with hell shnp- Mrs. Lynn B. Camp of Corpus ed skirts. They wore matching i Christi, and the groom's parents j headdresses with nose veils. ' are Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Kovac j They tarried cascading bou -1 of Akron, Ohio. :quets of while carnations with! The Rev. Doughtery performed yellow satin leaves and trailing' the ceremony. For the occasion;yellow streamers with love knots.! the altar vv»l centered with two, -rj,e groom's father served asi Grecian urns filled with flowing >ho s t man. Groomsmen were Keith' arrangements of white gladioli, iRunavan nnd Thomas GanisonJ stock and calla lilies. Two marble ^ij^e Adams am) Mark Bartosh j columns flanked the altar, and;|j K ),ted Ihe candles and guests! each column had Its own Grecian: WC re sealed hy Ronald Mendleski ' urn which were filled wilh ar-| nn d David C. Camp. rangements to complete the set-; Tl, e bride's mother wore aqua ting. lace with white accessories. The ^ Jean May was Ihe organist and: K |-oo nl ' s niother chose a pastel • soloist was Corine Leiser. Selec- j colored silk dress with white tions included "Ave Maria" and cessories. "On This Day." Entering on the arm of he ac- cor- They Ixilh wore sages of pink elfie roses. Before the couple left for a wed- father, the bride wore a gown of;ding trip to Ixw Angeles Calif., candlelight white Chantilly lace n reception was held at the and silk faced peau de soie en- Knights of Columbus Hall. On enisled with pearls. The sculptur-;return. Mr. and Mrs. Kovac will ed bodice of peau de soie was make their home In Austin, fashioned wilh a scalloped, si-oop- She is a graduate of W. B. Ray ed neckline enhanced wilh motifs High School and J. R. D. School • of the lace, and elbow length • of Ni.rxing. He is H graduate of tleeven. The hill skirt swept Into Archbishop llohan High School, a chapel length train. attended Del Mar College and will Her fingertip length veil was attend the University of Texas held hy a pearl clustered crown. 1 when tlie fall semester starts. Following Ihe reception, couple left on a wedding trip to points in South Texas. For travel the britie selected a two-piece suit of mint green silk, with matching .tccessorics. The former Miss f.'orns is a graduate of Weslaho High Srhod. She allcndfd Pan American College and Southwest Texas Stale College, nber* 5 she was a member and president of Thota Psi Delia. She v».r,s named lo Who's Who Among Students in American double ring welding .-ows at 8 kay Hopper, the bride's sister, given by Miss Mary Bowman and Colleges awl Universities at P-">- Saturo".y in 'he P.rst Metho-'and Miss Tern Ross, the groom's Miss Diane W i 1 k y. Individual Souihwcsi Texas where s h e dist Church of Like Jackson. sister. cakes and punch were served lo majored in home economics. T 1 " 1 1>ri "? ls lhp daughter of The bride's mother chose for Si guests. Slie revived her degree last Mr - an<1 Mrs. Sam M. Hopper of"«> occasion a bone silk sheath" A dinner party for Ihe couple January and taught the " spring Ijlk ' 1 Jackson and the groom's «;|h an Alencon law jacket, a was given by Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Miss Hopper Becomes Bride Of William Thad Holt III Miss Sandra Maxine Hopr*r of,v«l as ushers. , Prior to her marriage, th» for- I-ake Jackson ar.,-t Will',-.m Thad' Candle lighters, rirossed like Ihe. m^r Miss Hopper was honored Holt III of Freeport exchanged 'low rr girl, were Miss Andrea with a persinal shower at college. MISS DELORKS lj\NKLL MEADOWS' parents. Mr. imrt Mrs. J. E. Meadows of Anglrton, announce her engagement and approaching marriage In .Jnhri Armnnnd Kasley, son of .Mr. and Mrs. ,1. K. Kasley of .Anfileton. len d ins at the Central Assembly of Ge Church In Anglrlun. Greenlwrg 1'hnln MKS. JKSSK SCIIAKKKKK Couple Will IJ\e In Hunltville Photn By Itixi Lewis 'Jackson. semester at Robert K. Lee High P*"-"" ar e Mrs. Grady P.OSS Jr. pillbox hat covered with tone and Hopper and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. A September wedding is planned School in San Antonio of Covina. Calk'., and W. T. Holt brown rosebuds, bone gloves. Hopper, wilh 17 guests wilh the Tlie groom graduated from J--"- of Houston. matching silk shoes, and a pink bride and groom's families at- Brazosport High School and at- The Rev. Gerald O'Keefe of rosebud corsage. tended Southwest Texas Stale Houston, formerly of Lake Jack- Tlie grooms molher chose a College, where he w«* a member «"'. performed the candle light dusty rose pea., de soie sheath c( Alpha Phi. He is now attached *rvice, in a sotting enhanced w-|th a matching lace three quarto the First Marine Division at w '' >> Candelabra entwined ter length coat, a lace half hat Camp Pendleton. Calif.. where «'ith ivy. along with baskets of with pale pink roses matching thev will make their home. while daisies and gladioli. Tlie shoes and gloves, and a white Among the pre-nuptial courts- P« ws werp mark « 1 »"«" while "^» .^^ sies extended the bride wrrt a satin hows and ivy. iollmvmc the ceremony, a re tea hosted bv Mrs. Francis P. -M'-« Pamela Hooh of Von ception was held in Wesley Hall Griffiths Mrs R B Hendrick Ormy. Tex., a cousin of the bride, at the church. Tlie bride ami her rnd Mrs'. Cliff Johnson: a lunrh^^'s Ihe organist. Soloist was Mrs. attendants placed their bouquets eon at the home of Mrs. Robert Jane Hanson of Anglewn. t h e on the table that held the crystal - Corns- a kitchen shmver at bride's aunt. Selections included punch service and a columned the^omeo^ttf Alma Lehman "Because" aixi "The Wedding three ,,ered cake topped with a . . , , ,, j Praver" miniature bride and groom. MrT Wulam C ^tor ™te?! Given in marriage by her Another table held a silver tray ' n1 ,h a Hmnch^to the f^the ^™^o^ Tem^'oM^Lse party as- irw-al o,,«.<i» at 'the '"vveddin- taffetn. fashioned with a sraopod sisting with the reception were w^Mr.Tnrf MrV. M C. Raine* -'kime lhat dipped to a V in Ihe Mi*. Marilyn Seibert and Miss and daughter. Frances, of Lake h.u-k and close,! with tiny cover-. Jame 0 ^rr r*th of V>^ ^ k ' ed bultons that extended Mow «>n: Miss Judy Killi ot beltane .Ihe waistline. A cummerbund ef- and Miss Martha Nash of Hous- iVvt was achieved with folds of Ion. Miss I.\nn Nell Taska of I-ake material at Ihe waistline, end- Jackson registered the guests, ing with a bow al the side. For a wedding trip to New- Motifs of Alencon lace encrust- Orleans, the bride changed into a ed with seed pearls cascaded turquoise silk suit, complemented down the front and side of the wilh a turquoiw and white polka dress and were repealed in the dot blouse, black patent shoes and hark The skirt --wept into a has. white gloves and a turquoise chapel length train. v elvet bat. Her fin-ertip veil of imported Mr. and Mrs. Holt will make illusion was held by an organ/a their home at «9 West 34th Street Like Jackson was Ihe selling tor velvet hows. Her shoes were rived Irfted from her bridal bouquet. ..„.-,, headd'iess. She' wore a dia- in Austin. He is attending the the candlelighted ceremony al S to match and she carried a nose- .J, „.,„ nmk( , |h(vir homo m mo|)fl rf „' cif , fron , , lt e University of Texas and she at- p.m. Friday that united In mar- Ra> of hron/.e pom |«in mums. „„„,„.,„„ N1 ,, ^, .„,.,„„,. it .. clwm and' carried a lace hand- tended Sam Houston State Colm Brussels. Her cres- Icgc for one year. ^^^^^n I bouquet with white Thf rehearsal dinner was given ^^•^H tiuers. was fashioned b.v Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Holt Jr., ^^^^H phanolis centered with at Mrs. Walston's Tea Room, with ••••• " '""" """ I "" J " " MK. AMI MKS. Kl-SSKU, K. SMITH Will Make Home In Connecticut Photo B.v J. It. McKemte is a member of Uke Jackson ami Miss Marilyn ui Alpha fraternity. Kdge of Houston. ptial events honoring the They w-ere gowned identically Miss Stevens have in- i" tumuoise D.-.IU de soie. sl.Motl i miscellaneous shower «ilh scooped necklines dipping to ,• her church friends: a a dtvp V m Ihe hack. Ibe hell personal shower given b> Miss shape.! -skills had a decorative Black. Miss Smith ami Miss Hold- rose at the hack waistline. i«M K c. Tlieir shm-s were dve,1 lo^mau^i M , ss pat,.,^ B lair of Lake ; and the beil shaped skirt WHSiTurney ami Greg Snelgrove were Tlic 1,-h.Misal ttumer w a s ^ lu> | r ^"^^^^[.j"',','ih'ree 'small J <"' kso " aIKi Russell K. Smith of! worn street length. A large pie-, groomsmen and John Husch and held on lliursday night at Way- es "J^ ^" CS ' X , 1|U , sm;ll | dowers Pl.tmville, Conn., wore united in ture hat covered in green silk and Michael Clark served as ushers. Player." molher chose » dress of aq.M lace "", ,,.' 7- I iff man a x ' M with circular \e,ls. 'lliey wore mama s e in a double ring cere- lace, d.ved to maich shoes, and Altar hoys wore Lawrence Blair. . «UII i*ll>- vi 1. iiiiiiiiinii rtiRi 4(11. ,-,,»» IlliHlV' ^' I" " »»^ *i;4titi*iat- in VI ... .: _i inarnaKe HIV! imhsheil ivlltin, malclunK ac-^ ^ Nlrs ,;,,,.,,!,-) F Faust o f white gloves and curried cieMonl »ion> - white and turquoise Schaeffer'Stevens Wedding Is Solemnized On Friday Tlie First Baptist Church of matching material, tulle, a n d beige accessories and the orchid Sclmelfer of Housion. Vaughn of Alvin nnd James Iff '!!«• Rev. John If. Bean! led the of Utke Jackson. George and couple in their vows at an altar Charles Schaeifer, brothers of •flanked by baskets of large while the groom, were candle lighters. mums and while gladioli. Gold Dale Runkcl and Charles Red, 'spiral candelabni further eiihanc- boili of Anglelon. nnd Ray F.pps til Ibt- setting. I Mrs. Cecil Calvin was organist, providing the traditional wedding i marches and she also uccoinpan- jie.1 the soloist. Jack Terry, In the •selections "I l.ove Thee," "Be- U'nuse" Hild "Ttie l^Mtt' : Tilt 1 bride. Risen in iby her falhcr, wtnc a floor length ccssorics. antl she also wore a igown of vthtte bridal satin and mrsaKC ol Talisman rosebuds. ilninorlMl Clinnlilly lace, tlcsigntil Following Ibe ccieinony. « re- will! » scall»|nt V neckline and icplinn was held In fellowship hall ;fillixi Ihidice that came to a point at the churcti. 'Hie table was laid jal Ihe waistline. Umg lace sleeves with a while net cloth and ten- iulso ta|iered lo |K-iiiils at the leiwl wilh Ihe bride's Ixiiique!. A of Houston served as usbei-s. The bride's molher wore a dress of rose Ih'i^c lace and pcau dc soie. coniplemenlctt wilh white mves.sories and a coinage o f Talisman nwelHids. The gn>»m's Delia Pre-i former eluded Siven -. f , \/lTOC» 1VHSS -^—^^ •——fc_ -« -* -_-^^ A Recite Double Ring Vows even! . Houston, grandiuolhrr. uncle and boiiqueu of white and aunt t>rf the gn"H*nl, hosting Ibe daisies. Tccna Pbillip|>i ff 1-ike Jackson, a cinisin ol Ihe hri.te, was Ihe flower girl. She wore lur - quoise orguii/a over taffeta, designed wilh a scooped neckline Fill Americans 1 aside, there sill! h ,,d a liotitianl skirt. She woie an laanv people who'd likt 10 a.m. Saturday in St. an antique crystal necklace Star of Ihe Sea Catholic pleted her costume. Americans Mary: Church in Freeport. The bride is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. l.awrence Blair 1-tke Jackson and the groom is lilt' son of Mr. and Mrs. Loyal I.. Smith of Plainville. The Rev. F. G. Wearilen per- om- Ihe bride's BelMiiI. brother, and David She carried a nocegay i-f while ^ rosebuds and stc-piianotis. "' Miss Linda Cheviot was t ii e maid of honor. Bridesmaids weie Miss Dorothy Smith and Miss Mary Jane Husch. They uere ^owiutl alike in bell skint 1 ,!, pale green taffeta street length dress- rosi Tliev' wore dved to niaieh a 1 .MK.S. hAKL IIH!XAlii) h()\A< for QIC r Siiucii) Kui-Jfiil \\eii la lorpm IlirUli |wrisl. three licreil (Irecian columne. i Her illu.MMi veil was ranch lu ,-akc was wilh lime slier- are r.ianv people who'd like lo n , X aii/a rose headdress, shoes funned tbc i-ereinon.v. Gladioli ar- ja crown of pearls. She wore a IH-I punch HIK! collcc. RBUI weichl dve.1 t" niatih her dress, and car- rani;eiiieiits were placed on tbo jMiiKlr slrtmd irf [u-arls. Her bridul Miss Nancy Hlack For anyone wauling to put on riixl a white Ivtskct filled vvilh maui altar, 'llicse vvcie flanked shoes, and wide, him-effect lials. glov jUiuqucI was a yellow throated ihe gucsls and also poured coffee. p>xiikis. Dr. Ha/el .\r. Hauck, em- mrquoise daisies. by pulled pulms. rhev tarried while nosegavs ol sage. i while oivhid canietl atop a wlule Mrs. Kay Horn and Mrs. Uxiise emus of fix»-l and nulri- Jess I'ldr/ak of Covina. Calit.. Billy Kllioit provided Ibe nuplial Ix , m pon mums. Folluwinu th bridal Bible, with cascading calla K-ikor served cake, ami Mrs. lion al Cornell University, sug- was Hie hridevsriKini's liest man. «'leclion> ;md aa-ompanied by M, SS Kathleen M.thalli was eeptiou was I ibiids. Mary Frances llo/as presided 81 ^csls adiling 'M to KKXI calories a ilrooiiiMiicn wore Joe Allen and Mrs. W. I'. Husch Jr.. soloist. the flower girl, wearing a pale! Room at Ihe I i Miss Palsy Slevcns was her the punch service. day lo gam one or two pounds a Billy Stevens, both of Housion. Filtering on the arm of h e r giecn taffeta dress, and a how For travel i islsicr's nwid of honor. She woie I'o.- a wedding Hip lo Hot week. Turk an extra pat of hut- Stan HO|I, brother of the groom, father, the bride wore a j;o»n of headdress. She carried a basket: the couple will '.i si reel length dress u( mint Springs, Ark.. Ihe bude cliansctt t.-r inio a baked |tolalo, add cieani Jav Ross of Housion: Pa,\ ton emerald green silk linen covoroiiof while nv-fbuds. the former N i Hi ceil ervslal Ivan de soie Her into a two piece Mid of aqua silk to milk until you feel sal is- Reynolds iV l.ake Jackson: and vviib green lace. The lace jackei \\illmni HUM Ii Jr. alieiulrd ihe.inlo a Ian .- iie.iddicss w a s fashioned ol sh.iiittiiii:, conipleiin-nlcd w 11 h lied — then eal a little more. Huhard Sherman of Anglelon s,er-,had three quarter length sleeves liridei;it»im as nest man. Georje wilh black p.n 'Hie britie's mother si'!tvi<M a black pique dress with a j'-trkei, hlark patent shots an<i Hn^, a black straw- hat, wbuo aloves, [k'arls and a while L'lamellia corsage. The groom's mi' t'lmsr a print sboaib, ir,:i!, iiinu shoes, se colored lin'. pcail<. while 'S. and a white c:!aiiiol!i,i cor- a re- Si ran es and bag

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