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IA6E8 editorial—Adv.—«tf 3-3511—Classified—BB 3-2411 THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS 8RAZOSPORT AND 8RA20RIA COUNTY. TIXAS, SUNDAY", AUftUST 24. 19*2 Miss Dunnam, F. H, Ertell Exchange Vows In Houston Miss Rose Dunnam and Frank [suit of white silk shantung, conv H. Ertell were united in mar-jplemented with white shoes andi riage at 8 p.m. Friday in the'gloves. She wore a halo headdress Lawndale Church of Christ 1 n with a silk illusion veil and her Houston. She is the daughter of flowers were white roses. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Dunnam and Mr. and Mrs. Ertell will make the groom's parents are Mr. and their home in Freeporl. She is a Mrs. W. D. Ertell, all of Five- 1962 graduate of Brazosport High port. School where the groom also at- Mr. Ernest Witt led the couple tended school. He is employed by in their double ring vows. Brazosport Machine Shop. Given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Tommy L. Boy- T,, Aftpnr) Pni|nril les, the bride wore a two-piece: I U nUCMU OUUIMI _ • rvri *« j.- M 1 ^ ft- c - King, youth advisor BraZOna PTA MGeting at St. Paul's E P i S ™ P al Church in [Freeport, will attend the Young j DM Brazoria Elementary Par-i Churchman's Council Tuesday BJlt Teacher Association executive, through Thursday at Palesh'ne. committee will meet at 2 p.m. I Delegates representing S t. Wednesday in Principal Glenn'Paul's Young People's Service Morris' office. j League will be Penny Vickers, Additional committee chairmen'jimmy Overman, Margie and will be named at this lime. Jackie King. Perfectly tailored this wrinkle resistant sheath has symmetrical styling, three quarter sleeves, self belt with a gently gathered skirt and topped with a jewel-neckline. Smart mock-pockets on the blouse and handy genuine pockets on the skirt. Dacron and cotton fabric. 19.95 122 W MULBERRY FINE 1ADIES APPAREL ANGLETON Miss McGo wen, Lt. Hogden Recite Double Ring Vows Miss Evelyn Seward McGowen, daughter of Mrs. Hardy Rich - mond McGowen of Jackson, Miss. was married to Lt. Vernon Carroll Hogden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frances Olie Hogden of Sweeny, in a double ring ceremony at St. James' Episcopal Church in Jackson. The Rt. Rev. John Maury Allin, Bishop Coadjustor of Mississippi, performed the ceremony. On the altar were brass candel bra with white altar candles,a and the vases on the altar were filled with while pompon chrysanthemums and stocks. Bill Wymond, organist, provided the nuptial music, and accompanied the soloist, Bill Upscomb as he sang the selections "The King of Love My Shepherd Is" and "O Perfect Love." The bride, given in marriage by her cousin, James Walter Newman HI, wore a gown of Chantilly lace. The square neckline was scalloped and accented with iridescent sequins and tiny pearls. Deep ruffled tiers swept down the illusion was attached to a crown, three-tiered wedding enkc was of seed pearl. She carried a slyli- topped with tulionises. ?.cd bouquet of white roses and] After the reception (ho couple stephanotls. Her only ornament j left for n trip to the Smoky Moun was a pearl necklace, a gift from j tains and G.iMnburg, Tenn. For MRS. VERNON CARROLL HOGDEN She Is BrWe Of Sweeny Resident back of the skirt and ended in a chapel train. The bride's fingertip veil of silk Miss Schulte, E* W. Kersh Wed In Brazoria Ceremony embroidered with pearls, and long tapering bridal sleeves. Back in- swee pi n g the bridegroom. Miss Marilyn McGowen, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Matron of honor was Mrs. Perry L. Nations. The attendants wore dresses of gold brocnde with boll- shaped skirts, accented with small bows at the waists. Their hats were tiny pillboxes of gold feathers. They carried bouquets of cream colored glamellias. Hans Oechslin of Biloxi, Miss., attended Lieutenant Hogden as best man. Groomsmen were Harold Hallmark and James Hug, also of Biloxi. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. McGowen wore a silk linen suit of Dior blue. Her hat was of matching blue feathers, and her their wedding trip, tne bride wore a tweed suit of turquoise with n matching hat and black palcnl accessories and an orchid cor sage. After Sept. 1, they will be at home in Uibbock. where Lt. Hogden will he stationed at Reese Air Force Base. The bridesmaids luncheon wns given by Mrs. Florine Meyers and Mrs. Perry L. Nations at the King Edward Hotel. The rehearsal supper, given by the bridegroom's parents, was also held at the King Edward Hotel On the day of the wedding, Mrs Tom Hendrix of Yazoo City and Mrs. James Newman of Jackson entertained the out-of-town guests corsage was a cluster of minia- Bt a luncheon held at the Sun lure orchids. Mrs. Hogden chose a dress of melon silk organza over taffeta and a white hat with Iridescent beads. Her corsage was of pale yellow cymbidiums. Immediately following the ceremony the bride's mother entertained with a reception in the home of the Bishop and Mrs. John Maury Allin. Serving at the reception were Mrs. Henry Eason Jr., Mrs. J. Walter Lipscomb, Mrs. Jesse Lee, Mrs. O. B. Walton, Mrs. James W. Newman HI, Mrs. James Jerome Cook of Vicksburg, Mrs. M. W. Swariz In a setting of white gladioli | couple In their double ring vows, and candelabra, Miss Dorothy Beverly Rucker provided the nup- Marie Schulte and Elroy William : tial selections and accompanied Kersh Jr. were united in marriage the soloist, Diane Roberts, in thc; 0 f __ _ _ _ at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 18 in the First selections "Because" and "I Lo> > e| w , is u in " e " ov V r ' r "j h ' e ~ train ~~ o[ " th e 'Bristol,'Va.. aunt'oit the"brMe. Baptist Church of Brazoria. ;You Truly. ' -- • The bride is the daughter of Mr. Given in marriage by her st ep-' bouHant sk ' rt and Mrs. James S. Jones and the father, the bride wore a floor A jeweled crown held her filmy groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. length gown of bridal lace. The ve j| a^ s j, e carried „ bouquet of E - w> » KCrS « a " °r B ^ 0 l a -' Cl ° SeIy Ji tted ^ fC tr Ured 8 tiny rosebuds surrounding a white The Rev, Herman Coe led the;a scooped scalloped neckline re- * orchid. Diana Livanec was the maid of honor and Frances McGaughey was bridesmaid. They were gowned identically in yellow organdy dresses, styled with scooped necklines, short sleeves, and pleated skirts. They wore pillbox hats with circular veils of yellow, and carried bouquets of white rosebuds. Brenda Schulte was the flower girl. She wore a full skirted dress of white silk organza designed with puffed sleeves and lace appliques on the bodice. She wore a white headdress and carried a basket of roses. in Sands. Many southern cooks like to use n shallow baking dish for spoon bread. MBS. RAY PAlIli ZEKINttUH The Former MlM Mnry Dennnn Mnrrli of Indianola, Miss Gloria Hern- gue are making their home in don of Biloxi, Mrs. Mary Warters New Orleans after their marriage Zeringue - Morris Marriage Solemnized In Louisiana Mr. and Mrs. Ray Paul Zerln- Baskets of white gladioli and]silk organza and Chantilly lace. white tapers in candelabra were of Sweeny, aunt of the groom, and Mrs. Beecher Dickson of Bristol, Va., aunt of the bride. Music for the reception was provided by Miss Josephine Rowan, pianist, and Guy Bowering, who played the violin. The bride's table was laid with an imported cutwork cloth. The in the First Methodist Church in Thibodaux, La. Mrs. Zeringue, the former Miss Mary Deanna Morris, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morris of Freeport, formerly of Thibodaux. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeringue of Thibodaux. the altar were green branches of legustnmi, white tapers ant) whito gladioli. Mrs. Joan Coffelt sang "0 Promise Me" and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Miss Janet Stewart on Ihe organ. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of whito KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES Mom Learns Not To Put Off Operation-Too Late By MARIE BETH JOXES course it wasn't. A tonsillectomy Until now, I wasn't sure. With less than two weeks to go, though, , Kenneth Jones was ring bearer, li believe it is barely possible that Donnie Ward was the bride- j I ma y hold together until school groom's best man and Harvey Kersh was the groomsman. Ronnie Kersh and Dennis Harvey lighted the candles and sealed the guests. The bride's mother chose for the occasion a dress of royal blue is a minor operation only when it occurs in somebody else's family. It becomes a very major one when it involves one of your own children. of the hospital with her tonsils still intact seemed too awful to contemplate at that point. The doctor ruled we need not wait, however, and amid shots, Naturally we were aimed with. lears ' blooci tests, visitors, gifts starts. That is, of course, barring any untoward complications. There is i a" kinds of warnings. One woman, and reminders from Kathy (hat still some doubt that I'll make it|advised us not to let Kathy look!I was to "stay right here with ...„,.,..,„,„ „„,- .„,,„„„ even if everything goes smoothly.|in the mirror to see where her;me" the big moment arrived. led of a single rose made of th . The bodice of lace WHS fashioned with a portrait neckline edged in Ihe natural scallops of the lace. The long fitted sleeves ended in polnl points over the hands. The skirt featured long curved panels of lace on each side. Ap- pliques of the lace were scattered in the front and also In the back Her triple tiered veil of silk II lusion was attached to a pearl studded crown and her flowers were a cascade of white carnations centered with a white orchid. She wore a slender golden chain with a diamond encrusted tear-drop pearl. Miss Carolyn Johnson of Alice was the maid of honor, and Miss Patricia Spiller of Freeport wns the bridesmaid. Kathy Ran was the flower girl and Bobby Sykes served as ring tourer. The bride's attendants were attired in street length dresses of peppermint green crystal peau dr soie styled with full skirls and strapless bodices, over which were worn detachable collars of the self fabric. Complementing the collars were bow* of pcaii dc soie, centered with fabric roses. Their headdresses were fashion- The least hint of a complication-1 tonsils had been. "I had mine out in the form of another boil for when I was grown, and they used linen. The groom's moth«r woreJQ aryi discovery of a tear in one a local anasthetic," she explained, a light brown two-piece suit. Their I o{ lhe new school shirts, a sug-1 "Everything was fine. Then I Kathy was hardly aware of it. She was almost asleep and the nurse said I might carry her into the operating room. self material with matchinr whimsy veils. Satin shces of tin same color and bouquets of tan a IIRIU u.u»,, mu-picLc^uu. men o{ the new school shirts, a sug- j tveryming was line, men i me operating room. gerine carnations completed the corsages were fashioned of white gestjon ( rom the man of the house j went home and looked at myj "Take a great big breath," the costumes. that the cobwebs are thicker than throat. I got so sick I was in the! doctor said as the nui-se slipped a usual, or the breakdown of a hospital for two or three days." , cap over Kathy's straight blonde single major appliance —and you] Others warned us to watch j hair and dropped something into may reach me in care of the near- 1 Kathy 's diet after the operation, j the sleepy eyes. Before the doctor carnations. A reception in the educational building followed the ceremony. The table was centered with the bride's bouquet and held the crystal punch service. Focal point was a four tiered Grecian col-j umned wedding cake frosted with d o ubted ly"makes me among the!that Jello or Cooke or ice cream spun sugar bells and rany roses mos( learned o( individuals. jhurt her throat," her mother re- est mental ward. , . e One of her cousins had a great: could even begin to drip the One learns, I have been told,!desire for Fritos after her tonsils!ether onto the mask, Kathy was jby making mistakes. This un-jwere removed. "She'd scream;taking massive gulps of air, anx- ......... ....I.,.-. T.,, ^-..i .„„ „„„„,, iug (0 Re( jt Qvor wjth Admittedly, I nm a weakling. Little Miss Rau was gowned in a short frock of yellow peau de soie with which she wore a wreath of English daisies in her hair and carried a basket of similar flowers. Gene Morris of Dallas, brother of the bride, served as best man MR. AND MRS. ELROY WILLIAM KERSH JR. Exchange Double Ring Vows In Brazoria Church x*A tnnnpd wi h The to di tonal most ^""^ "' indlvlduals ' nurt ner lliroal ' ner T",- T A( ""ittcflly. I am a weakling, and Jerry Artigue of Lake Char- mfniaKride and gr«m und^r Among lhe lhinKS ' "T Jf"* « Ued "'f'"' *', * ?™*\*M "he first few drops of etherise* was groomsman. Ushers were ™.^^ e bndeand sroom under led this summer is that it is better! up on the cabinet and get the; were enough to make me feel I Tommy Goulas and Larry Hernot to put off a tonsillectomy un- Fritos. She said they didn t hurtu;cross-eyed as I leaned over her. ibert of Thiboduu.' til three weeks before school; Fritos. She said they didn't hurt ,\s soon as I know she was asleep J Mrs. Morris cti an arch. Retha Loraine Ward and Mar- |garet Christiansen served cake .. , »» low-slung •port* car«l Slim and cleek kldekln* flashing fringe trim*, wrap-around •traps, snappy patches, colors of brown or black! Nlc*st transportation on the fall scensl As seen In Seventeen. USE YOUR BROCKMAN'S CHARGE CARD! tered guests. Snd ounch and Treva Shull regis- starts ' Since a " ^ ne °' ° U , r ' a blt when she swallmvcd < hpm -":i made for the door'.' Not"for" me! I daughter's" wadding "a green silk and _ JpU " C -_.. T a S Children now have their tonsils! Still another youngster of our any of lnis watcMng ,„ ^ surcsnantun( , 5 , 1Palh ~ dowered tat I'm not sure there is any j acquaintance made his breakfast ;th( , operation is p.-, )p ,, r i y pr . r .i| n shades of green, beige and •uld lw» brown, beige acces.iories and ft . i - ~ .. --.,--•„ -- - me that green cymbidium orchid. from her " and advise m y rtau K hter and !the horror of the doc-tor and his Kalliy's tonsils would NKVER 1 The Rrooni'i mother wore a ;future daughters-in-law so they j parents, get taken out. , beige silk dress fashioned with a will have adequate reason for, Kalhys opt-mtion was really, Afterwards, as we waited for \ tiered skirt, Ix'ige pillbox hat, ar- rnr A weddinz trio to Cornusi out - rm not SUre lhere 1S 8 " y i*"-' 1 !" 8 '" 13 ™ 0 made hls breakfast ;tn( , operation is pr ,, pcr | y •hri.ri !hP hridP rh?n«d Into I Practical application for t hi sjon a piece of dry toast, the mom- fomu . (1 . T,,O OR. staff woul ^fknd orchW Kheathand the knowledge. I'm planning to save jing after the tonsillectomy - to sr) 1)usy lryin|{ (o ,. pvivc me Christi. white and orchid sheath and the orchid corsage lilted bridal bouquet. •Mr. and Mrs. Kersh will be at home at 1644 Hawthorne in Hous- ^ting me in years to come. j supposed to have been a week hpr U) wal((? lho nursp Bought Iccssories In the'same shade o! I1U1UC ai iVr» *»«»T mw**«- *" ......_ll.. T Ur,^4 ciit-ncvntnH HUP- ! A-nrlior Tlinl-rt U.'HB 11 TlllY-Iln Jtnri'I.. „ I- ..t ^.j.i:.i. .1 .... . .... Actually, I had suspected ear-j e Watch for the GRAND OPENING of BRAZOSPORT FLOOR & CARPET CO. Formerly (Tapp Floor Co.) 317 So. D II 3-5251 FREEPORT I. C. PHILLIPS, Owner attend Du h _ ^^ ^ ^ , ( a , aU Thc reason | wheezinKi coughing, c.implammKi The nurse offered us tin- tonsils nn arch over which were hung not to put it off until August is:of a sore Uiroat anrl living (in _ p^scm-d for ixntrrily. <Vi>illirii> white wedding l^lls. Tlif that the mother's mental health is .penicillin, aspirin. amilustiiiiinra l ,| r ,,.|j n(K | i ))U| WPn . ,. m>Vll | „„, | 0 i|. 1 i,| P| l)vrr ] a |,| w n n „ w |,i( e nf i \ in a much shakier state then, than; a nd soft drinks. tell c.ary they were offered. lie cloth, was ccntiT«l with a four [it was back in June, when she; she recovered in time for the w ,,,,|,i | iavi , eo ns idcii'd us irnilnrs.licnil we.ldiiiK c'likc. Triple had just had her children return-1 operation on the 17th. But then f nr ni)t bringing then, |,, )mp foribram bed candelabra held whitf ed on a i4-hour a day basis byj on the Kith, shc started in with'i,,,,, ,„ R( . p |t;,p,. rs nm | oullining lhe table ami the public school system. , a runny nose again. A refill of jj v | ;i | ( , n(ie n ,oo n> Kathy wns'cake were Karlands of green 'ern I Two and a half months ol cop-,the anliliistiminK took care «f ,-eady for another present — A:ami summer [lowers ling with three children is enough (hat. talking doll. From then nn, Its' For a short wedding trip to the i to reduce Ihe sturdiest psyche loj £ ven w |ieil she entered the h<«-tshiill voice could lx> heard upKiulf Cmisl, Hit' <c.micr Miss Mora state bordering on breakdown. ip ji a i _ complete with a tiny new; H11( | ( ) () wii the hospital corrlilcirs.!ris travelnl in a Iwu pie, e tur- Kathy went to the hospital on;,io!l and its extensive wardiolxV "Comb my hair," I would heariiuiuise mlk suit hlyinl with litre* Friday, and returnwl home th«j a |, a ir of bright m-w pajamus tor; as ] w a |k«l up (he hull for mnrpjilUHriur lengih sleeves, worn with next morning, minus tonsils. I'jhcrhcif, a truck load of book*;j,.|. cream fur the patient. "Willin prmlc-d hilk U.HJ.« In tonrn of e , . , .e u p all sounds very himple.^but o'j a nd other necessities — we; y()U p ]. iy w j||, mp ?" CHILDRENS EYES NEED PROTECTION H.v. your child fitUd with qUistl thtt «r. MADE TO TAKE ABUSE. Our hitt tou^htnad ltnsfs will b« REPLACED WITHOUT CHARGE if broktn within ONE YEA* OF PURCHASE. ft! Prof«ssion<l Eyicir* visit an Eya Spaciililt of your choice for your naxt txamin«fion. Afiirward brinf your prescription to L M. JOHNS DISPENSING OPTICIAN 326 W. BROAD FREEPORT BE 3-1722 "BRAZOSPORT'S OLDEST OPTICAL ESTABLISHMENT" weren't sure THIS wan 1 1 if duy. She had just a touch uf fever, and we wavered in indecision as .turquoise, brown HIK| white. Kven when Kailiy awakened at A small white pilllmx hat, while 2:.'*) ii.in., she Riablxil the dull a<'ie.ssorii'K, iind the white orchid bridal IxHiquH lifted (rum her .anil had it talking before I could we waited for the doctor. i t :,-;ujlion her to keep It quiet until:completed her cohtuine. might lie cxcili'iriL-nl, the iiuri«n I daylight, ill leasl. I The couple aiu Ixilh graduali-); told us. Hut the day Ix-fdie ai ()„ |,i-r hirlhday, a couple oli'if 'lliil»xl:iux Iliuli Scluxil. TtiP little girl luid I" Iw «'iil li'iiii,.' |( |;,,, N |,,|,.,. t things W erc nil | in,, hride al.vi attended Meadows - lwcau.se she was cutrlung a ccild. j bright. She could not have a i-ukp. 'DiaiiKluui'ii Hiislni'M I'ollcjj* In 'Hie thought of taking Kailiy uut : |t was loo diy, and might make: New Orli-aiu ami is employed by ihcr couch. I prnmUcd to ninke|l'uii Anicncan I'ctrnleimi Corp. later. She IKJ IOMJJCI' considiM'-' ill New Orleans. Thfi groom lg aji ed ii'e cream a tical. it'inplc^yee (tf Aumdalc Shipyard Ilc^r favorite Kill — a pair of'in Avundale. roller skate's — must remain un-i Amon^ lhe cuiulesics ".'xlcnded Ubcd for anolher wwk or so. Two the bride aild gloom prior to new dii'hM-s wi'fc beautiful, but BEEF PATTIES MADf FROM ARMOUR STAR «EEF 5 Lb. IL T, A 1 Pk 9 i. IO Pound ' PER LI. 55 GIROUARD'S SUPER MARKET •24 W Jl wak u luncheon »hi; was still in piijainaK. t'lolhes tiivcn by Mins (.'anilyn Johnson for her new doll were admired, land Mis.s 1'alriclu Spiller. U it'll on, shiiwn li> u.silois, then | Tin; K''>J*un'ii j);iieii!s were ho»l.s put away. Naturally Ihu dull liad ut an ullcr-n:heaib.il seafixxi sup lo wear pajamas, too. per. "Nc.vt lime 1 have my lon.sil.s nut," fclic Miid lirinly, as I kissitl j Usr a wet spunn whtn you ere !hi.T KiKxlniglil, "1 hope it's nul|dii>p|iiiiti cream puff |uisi« onto * ' ijtl»l before my blitliday." i baking sheet,

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