The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 23, 1962 · Page 6
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Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, August 23, 1962
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PAGE* Editorial—Adv.—n 3-3511— Classified—86 3-261 f THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS BRAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY. TEXAS, THURS., AUGUST 13, Sack To School Dance Set By Angleton Teen Club "The Angleton Teen Club will ponsor its annual "Back to fchool" dnnce on Friday from S Berryhill, and Earl French. Music will be furnished by Jim jAllen and His Aces Wild, a popu- ifn. to midniEht, at the Ameri-l ari Legion Hall. j lar dance nan(1 frnm Houston. Hostesses for the event will hoi Admission will he 75 cents per Jigleton High School chcerlead-lpcrson. Cold drinks will be avail- rs Misses PoREy Hammond, able and refreshments will be anp Simmon, Carolyn Holder, [served, lelba Schweinle, Mary Frances i Kvcryone is invited. not a close-out! Walkers Honored At 'Dutch' Event A Dutch theme was used for nn,llirir shoos, replacing them with open bouse which honored the'slidcs. For the feminine guest* Roy Walker family of l,ako Jack-ithcre \vcro also large white Dutch son shortly before they letl to'stylo hats. The hostesses were make their hofno In Holland;wearing colorful starched aprons In the Dutch tradition. Walls of the room were decorat- vbero Walker has been transfe ed by the Dow Chemical Co. Hosting the affair, held at the led with largo European travel ke Jackson First Methodist;posters. The Dutch theme was :hurch, were Mr. and Mrs. Blll;fnrllicr carried out in the two re- Burks, Mr. and Mrs. John Carter, freshmen! tables. nd Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marvin. As guests entered Wesley Hall, icy registered and also removed tebekahs Honor Clute Odd Fellows With Party One table was *or the children attending. Centerpiece was n Tinker Toy windmill and a Dutch .Mil. AXD MUS. JAMES REE1) MAUDOX Couple Will Make Home In Houston Photo By Jack Grocnberg doll. Napkins were inscribed "Nan and Kirk", honoring the two Walker children. The table where the adults were served was centered with a largo Cray wooden windmill, surround- Clute Odd Fellows Lodge 20!)|ed by tulips and hyacinths of was surprised with a party before various rotors. Two gold painted its recent regular meeting, mark- wooden shoes held mints, while ing the third anniversary of the j punch was served from a crystal lodge. The party was given by the!bowl at one. end of the table. At Clute Rebekah Ixxigo. jthe other was a large tray of cookies. Napkins were inscribed "Betty and Roy." . Mid-way in the open bouse n musical program in keeping with the party theme was presented, demonstrated their the the Cake and ice cream were sorv- d. Plans were made for the Odd Fellow, Rebekab barbecue scheduled from noon Id 4 p.m. Sunday at the Lake Jackson Pavilion. Proceeds from the event, that is open to the public, will be used tor the lodge building fund. 23 Roll-about Overall diag, mfaa.; 283 M. In. plctuni viewing vn Cabinette TV o "' >$ 188 88 double ring wedding vows at 5 : light Sonata" and "Because." i.m. Saturday in the First Chris-; Given in marriage by her lath- WITH TRADE in (Sircoal Engineering breakthrough makes possible lower-than-ever prices on brand-name 23" TV Guaranteed* for a full year, the Roll-about Cabinette TV features: Hand-wired chassis • Easy-rolling 3' casters • Genuine hyd- wood veneers and hardwood solids in Charcoal. Mahogany or Walnut-grained finishes with Model 23T17 TV in matching finishes on metal, slightly higher. ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON PARTS & SERVICE PRESCOTT TV & APPLIANCES PHONE 24-B CIRCLE WAY CY 7-6334 LAKE JACKSON group in Several Dutch songs. Mrs. Burks provided piano accompaniment. Mrs. Boh Walzel played for singing later in the evening. The Walkers have since gone by plane to their new home in Holland. They will be living at Voorburg, Holland, for the present with the children attending Ihe American School. Later, they expect to live nearer the site of the }f Lake Jackson and James Reed;wedding music before the service!Schroeder, brothers oi the groom iP lnnl where Walker will be work- Maddox of Houston exehangerijand also "Adagio" from "Moon-land bride ^ ing antt tlle Children will then be - attending a Dutch school. Miss Schroeder, T. Maddox Say Vows In Lake Church Miss Carroll Lorene Schroeder pist and provided the traditionaliwere Ronald Maddox and Curtis newly-acquired knowledge of Dutch language by leading Mrs. Schroeder chose fov her the bride worc"a street 'length |*»ushter's wedding a street length! iace, Duplicate Club Master Point ian Church of Lake Jackson. |er, She is the daughter of Mr. araljdress of white silk crepe. The sheath dress of satin lined Mrs. Donald Schroeder of Lake'neck and short sleeves were edg- a chartruse cymbldium orchid, 'ackson and his parents are Mr. Jed in tiny crystals. An overskirt i hat and shoes matching her dress ,nd Mrs. Harvey Maddox of'of imported English illusion net,and white gloves. Houston. iwas caught at ihe waistline with; The mother of the groom select- The Rev. Glenn Moore perform-j a wide band of white satin wiuVed a beige over brown lace street' d the candle light service. White;a large flat bow at the front. ; length sheath, tunraoise accesso-' ;ladioli, large white mums and ; Her veil of imported English il-; rics, white gloves and a yellow! At tllp Friday night Gulf Const ;ilded lemon leaves were arrang- ! lusion cascaded from a rose petals-rubidium orchid corsage.' (Duplicate Bridge Club session, d behind the communion table is h a p ed;,tiara encrusted with; A white and gold theme was^ B;lm>tt an d Bill Hanna were! vhicli held the communion serv-i pearls and: tiny crystals matching ; use( j ( or the reception held in lfirsl f' ac ' p Dinners. Mr. and Mrs.; ce and candles. Spiraling ferns the Irint'of her dress, with small I fellowship room of the church fol- 1 Jnnn Watsnn placed scc-ond. fol-: n large urns flanked the chancel, tear drop pearls suspended troni;i mv i ng Ule wedding. The table was'' 1 ""'™' '" tnirtl P lacc h >' Jim Ncw ': 'ews were marked wilh white each petal. Her shoes were white i tw . ere( j w ith satin overlaid with man aw] Dick Parker, ribbon and orange blossoms. >peau de soie and she wore wrist nct .^^ decorated with a three Gretchen Muehlberg was bar-1 length white gloves. She carried tj ere( j wedding cake with yellow The last five sessions of bridge have been marked by heavy at- _:..WotcIi..for the OPENING of BRAZOSPORT FLOOR & CARPET CO. Formerly (Topp Floor Co.) 317 So. D BE 3-5258 FREEPORT E. C. PHILLIPS, Owner _ brass candelabrum with' tondan< ' c ot flve aml a nalf '° J-five gold-candles, with the bride's If'S 1 ' 1 tablcs . P la > rera tcporUThis .^bouquet laid at the bnse of the! urtlm "' r »<' n ' bt ' r s say, has made ''""'candelabrum. Inscribed napkins! for R ° me "Cresting play and un-| '• a bouquet of jstephanotis. Mrs. William Scliruedcr, l;auntof the bride, was the rn al ron^. andc|abrurn j nscribod napkil ,... of honor. She was gowned in * i surro ,, nd j nK wrdd| bc ,, an(] a | usual boards. L champagne street length dress; , n| ^ , , p(p(i , ho ' A numlx-rc/ playersifrom the; fashioned wilh short sleeves, ai |ab]c . s ^ cor ' .Gulf Coast Duplicate Oub are ; : |ace bodice and chiffon skirt. i ' Mcmbcrs o[ the , )OUSC t as .! planning to attend the Lone Star Her accessories included a ; sisting w ith the rm ,ption were:! lcRlonal hn( ' RC ,"'"lament now; | moss green hat with a veil, cham-! Mn , E , more pa] Mrs _ R ;m progress at the Shami-ock-Hil-! J ; pagne wrist length gloves, and, Jorgcnserli Miss Caro , vn Camp ... ton Hotel m Houston. 11 beige pumps. She carried a. bou-; bell of Houston, and Miss Andrea liquet of bronze and gold pom pon<zackery and Miss Katlii Palmer. |;mums. (Becky Lee Schroeder and Shelia Ronald Cooker of Houston was »i,jj" v c i cfDr .- ,,f ( h 0 hriHo -nwi ,, itiAuaox, sisiern 01 ioe onno «u:ti icmn^rt rvi« /^i. u MI u u lithe groom's best man. Ushers^, ^ lcomcd ^ and ^^1^ ,^ n ^ <"" holti a Promenaders Dance The Lake Jackson Promenaders NOW'S THE THE ...fora once-a-yearbuy on just the one you want! Getting ready for a vacation trip couldn't be easier: just pick a Chevrolet, pack your family and go. And that first part is easiest of all with what your Chevrolet dealer has to pick from. The Jet-smooth Chevrolet, America's favorite family car, with a ride that only seems expensive; the Chevy II, about as lively and luxurious as you can get for a low, low price; the sporty Corvair, a. rear-engine beauty that just refuses to be yun-of-the-mill. One of these 4-doors (or a <it>o-door for that Matter) is sure to fit your family and budget just fine. So- okay-what are you waiting for? CHEVROLET BEt. AIR «.DOOR SEDAN CHEVY II NOVA «.DOOR STATIO!f WAGON guests -rtey were go«7jed aUKe| d a , ^ Ffce cLmunHyl in ycUow chiffon. Muehlberg House gob Hayden will call the! played selections on the harp dur- lf , veninR . s danccs m , d aU ei mg the reception. : dancers are invited. : tor a we.dding trip to lort| Mr. and Mrs. Knud Poulson and I Worth and San Antonio, the bride lMr . arld Mrs R Danid will | changed into a two-piece suit of| be hosts , or the white linen shantung, linen shoes, | white kid bag, a lavender pillbox hat, and the glamellia corsage, surrounded by lavender ribbon, lilted Jrom her bridal bouquet. Mr. and Mrs. Maddox will make their home in Houston. Special guests for the wedding were Mrs. Mae Maddox of Fort Worth, grandmother of the groom; and the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Virgie Williams, formerly o f DKCOR, COSTUMES CAItll'KI) OUT HUTCH TIIKMK \VnlUer Fnmlly With Hosto-ws Jim. Mnrvln, Mrs. llurk*. Mrs. Cnfler AT ww M STORE HOURS Monday TNI 9 p.m. Friday Till I p.rr TUM., Wed., TS'i- '— ' ; 'l « n.m TARPON INN VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER Edwardsville, HI. CHEVY H NOVA 4-BOOR SEDAN COHVAIR MONZA 4-DOOR SEDAN From The Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Long, Freeport, are announcing Ihe adoption of a daughter, Janel Annice, who was born on July 28 and weighed six pounds, six ounces at birth. » * V Joseph weighed seven pounds when born in Ganado on Aug. IK to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cesmirosky. Joseph's father is a former Freoporter and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cesmlrosky, reside in Freeport. * • « Eight pounds, eight ounces was recorded as Kimberly Jean's weight at birth in Community Hospital on Aug. U. 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