The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 21, 1962 · Page 3
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Freeport, Texas
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Tuesday, August 21, 1962
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NAZOSPORT AND IRAZORIA COUNTY, TIXAS, TUBS., AUGUST 21. W2 THI BRAZOSPORT PACTS Editorial—Adv—BE 3-3511— Classified—BE 3-26U PAGE 3 Miss King, Alan Bartow Wed In Lake Church Rites Miss Revcrly Kino; of I,nki>ilhn background of an arch cover- ( bride, was Junior bridesmaid. Jaeksnn became HIP hrlrlc of.p,) w m, ^ rr p n rry, while pom They were gowned identically i« ' " Alan Bin-tow of Clinton town, In candle light service nl 7:30 p.m. Saturday In Ihc l/ike Jackson Church of Christ. The bride Is the daughter of mums, salin ribbon bows, and in rod neocene over matchlnR flanked the arch. Arrangements of white gladioli Ihc back, and double with a red silk rose. Short, white , .It *'• ft I /\l HIMUt Illl'l n III WH It? KI'KIHI I Mr. and Mrs. Admin Km* of Uke ^ £ ^^ ^ ^rM S^ ^ Trr , the . & ""^.^^"^l^iWK while satin'bows were placed ^™ 1 .T..1™... cap . , it, former minister of the Ijike j' Jackson church, performed the double ring ceremony. T h r e e pairs cf greenery entwined cnn- at Ihe side of Ihe arch. ', «*ihra holding white tapers were w|)(mn used to form a central peak Ior. j Pews were marked with salin hows and greenery. A chorus accompanied They wore while shoes, anrl headdresses fashioned with red satin bands with a single large R 111 red flower on the lop and circular SUCCESSFUL KOMCMAKIMft BT OF.RAI.nWIB LET, Oow*f Hem* DemoflftranMn Ateitt B« til. Anf1«(0t Here Are Tips To Help Plan Your Family Budget Clute IOOF, Rebekahs Slate Barbecue Sunday I'll Walk Be ""'' VT '" n K- Their jewelry was side You" and "Through Ihe 1ponr , l ' ! ' ,*"* '™ m the brMp - Th^ Years," and also Bill Knight jn^iwl Chantilly lace fans topped "The Urd's Prayer." ! wl ' h red glamclhas and white net The bride, given in marriage,""., nhnon -. hy her father, wore a gown of! I '! ow , t ' r . Rir ' R * f ™ /^"^ ***** while silk organdy combined with 1 ""' 1 l?* hfl Kn "*' of I - akc Jat ' k - Aloncon lace. The sculptured bod.," 0 "' They wore dresses of red or- Ice was fashioned wish a baltcau W"» made similar to those worn decolletage outlined with scallops-^ . ln ? h " dB " othl>r attendants of the lace's pattern, and the| ^'^^^l-ere c «,„ „, sleeves were brie/. A soft fold of organdy encircled the waist to lullc topped with a silk rose. They carrier! white frilly baskets filled Ml KniHl.r *_' 11^.11 i.«cvi iin. Ttnini >'.i i ... ,. form a bow at the front, and lhej wl ' h while pom mums, flared skirl, marked by appliques 1 D ™ 1n Ughlfoot of Lake Jackson of (he lace, fell into a circular: wa , s lho ""« ^^ , court train. ' ^ ***?. "' Portland, Ore., Her eltww lenglh veil of sllki VVHR lhp bridegroom» best man. Illusion, held by a crown of prodif"™"™ 1 ™" w(?re Calvin M» b " drops, was her "something bor- '"^ "' ul<e Jackson and Bulch rowed;" her gown was something: Mrifir of Irviil K, Tex - Ricky new; for something old, she wore Kln K> brother of the hride, was n diamond ring almost 50 years tne J unior groomsman. Butch old, belonging to her aunt. For^ 1 " anrl Ronnie Deggen of Elm the traditional something blue she :Molt ' Tpx - cousins of the bride, wore a garter and for luck, a' 1 '*"" 1 ' 1 the candles and seated the .sixpence In her shoe. 'Wies"). .,., „,., „ She carried a bouque! of red /or her daugh er s wedding, In Kenneth Umiula-i AlM-mlriitli, 'glamellias interspersed with white M «- King selected a royal blue, Mlt Rncltc AN» MH8. ALAN Vnwii In Jjike Chu MISS KAY McKKE's engngn- nient and oppronchlnt; miirrlngn BY ALBERTA CULVER mn of Mr. «n<l Mrs. C. K. Alton- drotll of nriunrla, are annoimi'ed ta' her pnroiiM, Mr. anil Mm. II. W. MrRfo. Mln* McKw l« a t»(H Bay City HlRh School Rrartualn and Ihw presitwtlve Rrnnm will enter his senior year at Texn» A&M whore lie Is an Induilrlnl nrtB major. The. weifcllnj; will pom mums and stephanotis, cen- silk shantung sheath, blue luster lered with a white cattleya or-,P atp nt shoes, long white kid chid, and tied with while bridal gloves, a blue hat, and a corsage satin rlblion with lovers knots on Ihe end. The bouquet was carried on a Chanltlly lace fan. white glamellias. The groom's mother chose ;\vh!!e linen sheath, blue acccsso. Miss Pam King and Mrs. A. C. |ries, and a corsage fashioned of Mobley of Lnkc Jackson, sisterslrcd glamellias. of the bride, were the maid anrl' Follow-in)? Ihe ceremony, a retake plnco nt 8 p. in. Kept H In imatron of honor. Miss Linda Bar- ception was held in Jasmine Hall the First Baptist Church <>l Buy '• low of Clinton, the groom's sister,;in Lake Jackson. The bride's City. Invitations arc. extended ;was the bridesmaid. Miss Donna table was covered with a while through Ihe press. 'Cox of Hillsboro. a cousin of the organdy cloth anrl centered with -- a large white tapered candle ; placed on a round mirror that was ; edged with greenery, stock, bub- hlets. and white satin ribbon. This table held Ihe silver punch service and a traditional Bale BAFITOW rch Of Christ Phntn ny .lark Oreamberg dividing the monthly income as follows: j Kssnnlinls: Food, clothing, shelter, housnhnld operation. : Advancement: K n t e rtainmnnt,! health, education, transportation, personal care, religious and char- The Clutc Odd Fellow and Re- itabie conlributions, gifts, dues brkah Ixidees will sponsor a bar- nnd reading mailer. hecue on Sunday at the Lake Savings. Pavilion. Serving will be from Then, keep organizing and nor.n to-1 p. m. changing unlil you have a budget! Tickets, available from any you and your family can live with.'lodge member or at the Pavilion Sometimes, t h e youngest mem-[Sunday, are priced at S1.50 for hers of the family can offpr good ladulls and SI for children under 10. suggestions on how to make the I The barbecue is being prepare'' budget work. And if they are por-ihy K. A. Scott. Are you Interested in trying to interests, demanding our time,; m iltpd to hnlp make the budget.I Proceeds from the event will Ir beat the heat? {money and effort, and making it'they can also help make it: work, used for the lodge building funr' You may try some delicious more difficult for us to analyzei tne specialist emphasizes. The public is invited^ frozen orange juice or lemonade. ,our alternatives anrl make wise' ~ ~~ ' Stocks of fro/en orange concen- decisions, points out Mrs. Short. Irate increased by 18 million gal-i While .some fortunate people Ions during May to a record of GO never seem to worry about finan- million gallons on June 1 of this MSi most of us are well-acquaint- jyear, says the U.S. Department cd with "the uneasiness caused by jot Agriculture. :|i R ht money situations, she adds. | The orange juice not only Is re- j planning means, considering •! I freshing on a hot day, it also is'carefully what It is we'really want i jhighly nutritious. How about keep- an d studying the different ater- : iing some in the refrigerator forgives for reaching these impor-j !the children of the family as weilitant goals. Try evaluating to de-i ias the adults. kcrmine if we really are making | I would like to share with you the bent use of our resources to I the thinking of Mrs. Elsie P.;get the things we want, she sug-i Short, Extension Service Home'gests, in setting up a family bud-| jManagement Specialist, In plan- get. I rang a family budget. Please dc. No outsider can plan a budget 1 <not stop reading, you may find-for you — since there is no such some ideas which will solve oneithing as a "standard budget,": or two of your problems. i which will fit the circumstances Today's living becomes increas-jof each family. Ingly complex. There are morel Mrs. Short suggests that a fam- oulside influences affecting our I ily start with a simple budget by CHILDRENS EYES NEED PROTECTION Hava your child fittad with qlasssl that are MADE TO TAKE ABUSE. Our heat tou.qhened lenies will be REPLACED WITHOUT..CHARGE if broken within ONE YEAR OF PURCHASE. For Professional Eyecare visit an Eye Specialist your choice for your next examination. Afterward brinq your prescription to L M. JOHNS DISPENSING OPTICIAN 324 W. BROAD FREEPOP.T BE 3-1722 "BRAZOSPORT'S OLDEST OPTICAL ESTABLISHMENT" From Tho Maternity V/ardi wcddinc cake topped with a bride and groom. The groom's table, laid with n white linen doth, was centered Mr. and Mrs. John Macek Jr., Community Hospital on Aug. 14 with a double wedding ring with 'wish a . birth weight of eight a miniature bride and groom sur- Angletnn, have important ne John III made his advent pounds, six and a half ounces. Vickie Denise is the Mr ™™ Andrt Freeport. She was horn in rounded hy greenery. Coffep was served from a silver service from Richwood Village is the home this table. Miss Oraline Karris of Houston Mrs. served Angela pounds, three ounces, at birth Dcgges of Kim Mott presided at Com-! on Aug. 16. the r-offee service: and Miss Sher- ^immunity Hospital on Aug. 7. The voung man weighed six pounds, five and a half ounces. <<>' Kalhenne Diane, and her par munity Hospital on Aug. 7 weighing five pounds, seven ounces. ' • rie Cox of Hillsboro poured punch. I Joan Carol's hometown is Oys- Guests were rejtislerrd hy Miss ter Creek and her parents are Mary Rasco of Lake Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mclnnis. For a wedding trip, the brido Shirley Fay made her advent joy shall, Brazorla. * * • Aug. S was an extremely important date for Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Pedswortli, Angleton— a daughter was born in Com - eight Elizabeth Scott With fences. An even six pounds was record- Aneui six P-) i birth' wncn' he ' munitv Hospital ™ A..8- 9- Me ' Elizabeth Scolt of 1)riHo . pI(1( . ( „, Rnhor , Km ., n They will make their home in i Houston. The former Miss King • is a graduate of Brazosport High School and International Tabu • ilating, Inc., of Houston. Her i groom attended Clinton High 'School and received a discharge jfrom the United States Coast i Guard this month. He has bcon ;stationed at Statcn Island, N.Y. Kree - since November of 1%1. Prior to was stationed on the arrived in Com - "' I*** J-rhson. was Inrd with Dione at Frocport for two >-cats. Ruth Ann's birth in Community a bridal shower, recently, in the educational building of Ihe Gulf Prairie Presbyterian Oiurch at 'Peach Point. Hostesses tor the event were Hospital cm Aug. 9 h - • T- •• i Sp63k TO M ' Theme For Conference made Ihe day -^" ss Wma Yeamans, Miss Pat Bcnton, and Mrs. I.. M. Yenmans. The table, covered with a while "Master. Speak to Me!" Is the clolh, held an arrangement of theme of the Methodist Young s two and a P. ink - "wclmrts and a crystal bowl Adult conference at I-akeview. on filled with p.-istel mints. Cake and Sept. 1 through 3. Young adults. • punch with minted pineapple ages 21-35, and all interested per- Kimbcrlv Kav is Ihe name Mr. «f«' wrvcd. sons are invited to attend, and Mrs ' lohii T Barton, Krep- n "' hostesses presented the In the conference, Ihe group will ivirt 'nicked for llicir now daugh- honorw with a hami painted plate ho focusing on the book of Matter whoM' birth took place i n l(> ltered with her name and pras- thcw. The main speaker is Dr. memorable for her parents, Mr. '9ai Mrs. Jnp Ci. llcndni'k«.on. Lake Jackson. Tlic newcomer's weight \iiis Fix pinmi half ounc-es. It wasn't IIKJ long ago that the sight of the first grey hair was a matter of deep concern to a woman who hurriedly headed for the dye bottle to disguise the silver- si rand. Nowadays, however, grey hair can be so attractive that many • young women wait irnpatien'ly for the first signs of grey or anticipate time by the use of color • treatments that give them t h e , silver shades they want. i Grey or while hair is the most flattering frame a complexion can have. But it must lie arranged : in smooth waves and soft curls. Straight, hanging hair-dos are un-j becoming to grey hair, as are' frizzy or teased, high fashion ' I styles. j i Unless it is kept lustrous and! • shining, grey hair loses its out-' ^standingly attractive appearance, j 'It requires frequent shampooing' iwith a crystal-clear shampoo, fol-j i lowed by a creme rinse for man-; jageability. | I Because it has a tendency to be I • a hit dry or thin, use a hair con-j ditirmer to keep it soft and heal-j thy. There are hair conditioners made especially for grey hair. VCX> Blue for Grey is one that- helps bring out highlights and pre-) vent yellowing while it keeps the | hair well groomed. You'll find also that a spray for 'grey hair will held keep your hair-do in place while letting its i natural luster shine through. ; A silver-grey head will enhance >our complexion, hut requires- that you use a light touch with; your makeup. Perfect your skini tones with foundation and powd-j er and avoid dark lipstick o r: rouge and heavy eye make-up, j Strive to achieve a light effect ini mnke-up that gives a glow-from-! within quality. [ (".try Ivi'r will also require, lighter nilore in your wardrobe [ i to set off your silver head. You j lean adopt the many greys that! i complement your hair shade,! I varying them with rich pastels j ' and occasionally a dark shade, :such as royal blue. ; Whether you're grey hy the. grace cil time, prematurely grey. | or just looking forward to greying j \ou can In- elegantly, gloriously gif.v with the use of Intelligence, j taste and know-how. Thi nounds, cl^ht ounces. » • . « '•oinmuniiv llwpiliil on Aug. !>. h'ciivc groom's and their welding William C. Robinson Jr.. assistant liabv's weight was seven cli>t( '- ' 11lf '>' "'*" K nve ller " <' or - professor of New Testament nt sage (if pnslpl pink c.irnations, Perkins School of Theologj 1 at •and her inolher, Mrs. Maivm Southern Methodist University. Mr and Mrs liavld R. Rogers I1 'KKS, was presented a corsage Rcgistralinn is from 1-4 p.m. Sr Krcepiirt "are sending out '"shlrjie.1 of white carnations. Sept. 1. 'Die cost is $10 per adult announcements '..I I he birth o f Mlss - ; '' ( " t s'" 1 Kiliiin, son of $7.50 for children three years-of•Hieron Himdall "ii AHR 10 in " r - " nrt Mrs ' &• J- Kl| i''>n "' ««<• or over, and a charge (V $2 Coniiiiunily llo-pital where Ihc '"' lk(1 Juckxon, plitn a .September will be made for children under infant's weight was eight pounds, .wedding. three. Child care will be provided. six ounces. • • * Mr. and Mis. RolxM-t B. Ail yards, Uikc Jncksmi, art- due con- j*mtulatlons 0:1 Ihc birtli ol a Arlenc Rachel, in Com- niunily llmpilal on Aug. II. The young lady weighed iiu even seven pounds. Our Growing Churches Gall Ixirene pi.'ke.l Aug. VI lor her di'hul in C'nniniuniiy llnspilal] where she weighcil in al »i<c pounds, 10'a ounces. 'Hie happy parents an- Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bailey, Chile. * • * '^ Mr. and Mrs. Jiiniuic Kay. Kri-eporl, adilcil Sr. lo tlieir name when Jimmii> Don Jr. was horn on Aug. M. The event tixik place in Community Hospital and Ihe young man weighed seven |«)umls, nine and a fourth ounces. • • * Mr. find Mrs. Albert K. Weaver, Brazorm, have something brand- new —Melis^u Lynn was born in KV.AMiKI.l8T MIKK WKKillT and faiully will Iw wnidu.(ing • liiiini-coiiiiug r<'\U;il ill tlu> Hr»l A»iu'inbl.v of (iixl Cluirch In flult>, iH'Kiunlin \ViMliu-*.i.v at 1:HO p. m. 'Hid K>->. Wright Ik a former punlur at lhi> Cluli> fhurfh and liivllvn hl» Iriciul- In Ilin a r i'U lo ulliMul UII-M- »cr\ Ico. The |Mii4or, Hie Hi'v. K. J- Mills, slulfi. Iliat (he Wright* arc \\rll kiuinn fur llicir miuiiitcd nlllll»try of pnuu'hini;. iliiRliiK and nuikic. He »l»o linlttti (he |>ul>llc, r» (ardlcfta ul di>n»iiilnKlli>n, lu attend I he wr\lre». BAI>TIST Ijikp Jackson B*ibby Wa>'np Uoush Mrs. Uiura Poetker and Mary Cynthia Clarke Mike Strolher ST. THOMAS MKTHOniST Joitrs (V«H*k Mr. and Mrs. George Wood\\ a I'd Mrs. Ki-i-d HawMin MUST .MKTHOUIST Krwport Mra. Mai-y IVatherhoH DRIVMN CONVINIENCI SUM* MARKiT NtlCfS o GIROUARD'S SUPER MARKfT You'll stay fresh as a daisy ... with HOUSTON LIGHTING POWER COMPANY Join thousands »f homemakers throughout this area who are enjoying cooking this summer ... on an electric range. Electric cooking's so cool because electric surface unite send heat directly into the utensils. Electric ovens are sealed and insulated 05 all six sides to keep the heat inside where it belongs. Yes, the coolest, daintiest homemakers in town cook electrically. So see your dealer soon for a modern electric range and stay fresh as a daisy ail summer long.

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