The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 27, 1962 · Page 3
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Freeport, Texas
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Monday, August 27, 1962
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MAZOR|A COUNTY - «XA1 MON., AUGUST 27, 19*2 Sweeny Area Facts By MATTIK I,KF. ,IOItlMN Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Younls of Sweeny wore called lo Temple to Ihe bedside nl his ailing father, • ! Monroe Vounls, 7ft, who died last Monday. Younls is survived hy two sons, two dflURhtors, ]fi grandchildren, nnd 21 great-grandchildren. Mrs. R. W. Goolsby of Hramria Is one of the granddaughters. Billy Franklin Worms, son of Mr. and Mrs. .1, D. Wccms of Sweeny \vns inducted inlo Ihe Navy last week. He was scheduled lo enter basic training ovrr Ihc P weekend al San Diego, California, The E. A. llenlons art vacationing in the vicinity of Denver, Colorado. They will nlso nllcnd a reunion of her family in Kansas during their vacation period. Gwen Surher of Old Ocean led | this weekend for Okmulgeo, Okla.J and Wisconsin where she will visit] members of her family and longtime friends. Mrs Allen Riddlexnerscr and daughters of Tomball have been guests in tho home of Mr. and Mrs Krnest LcBlanc. Mrs. Riddlosper- gnr, a native of Sweeny, nlso paid pop calls on many of her friends while she was here. Marion Luna being compliment- rd with a coffee Friday on her birthday anniversary. Mrs. Jack, Short surprised Ihe honoree by In- i viting a. few of her close friends; Mis » Snsnn Hannaforri, a Sen- over lo wish her "happy returns tcml)r1 ' bride-elect, was honored o/ the day." reconlly wilh a miscellaneous The Short* have recently re- ' shower in fellowship Hall at First turned from a vacation trip lo! B "P |lsl Church of Uike Jackson., California and Las Vegas. Hen "oslepses lor Ihe ovonl worc'wilh brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and! Mrs ' R - °- 'Hiompson, Mrs. Vodallioit: Mrs. Kary Don Hail ol Weather-i jo " s - Mrs - B - K- Williams, **•- " ford, Okla., who made the trip THf BRAZOSPORT PACTS Adams-Rhodes Vows Said In Methodist Church Rites Ediforlol—Adv.—BE 3-351 I—Classified—BE 3-2411 PAGE of mm-crn «nll and MISS MANMAtortl) HONOKKD WITH LAKK I>RK - A.r, «e,de, Mr,. Th 01 ,, |Wl n, ** „„„„,„,, „„. .,„„,„, SHOWFII " Mr^ T w , Photo By R<*d by the groom's grandmother j ices. The mother of Ihe groom -- Her ho7, . "" wwWi "K*-!<*<*" » Pink brocade dress an4 nd ceremony at 3 p.m. .Sunday in mhitt, , .^ ,?, ras '' a ' )< ' of'malchine accrsstries. They bolh Ihe Velasco Methodist Church in «H „ a i,» u-L ( ' cntplT>ri j wor e P>nk amaryllis lily corsages f'reeporl. ' .:, * w "lte orchid interspersed | A reception was held al the She is the daughter of Mr. and! M, ' r1SI ,° n ,.^ d 1 ?? dcd "earls, johurch following the ceremony! Mrs. L. L. (Brownie) Rhodes ofi m ™ hr'ri • i Iy of AnRlelon wa*lThe bride's table was covered wilh Froeport and Ihe groom's parents „,„,.„ J, S y , al ' endant . sheja yellow net cloth and centered Dudley " P. !m ° V d f s . , of pink ' affcta . » i wilh * yellow floral arrangement. 'aTd E lov« «H !S ' * * * ops;Mi " t K rp ™ P un <' h «nd a lirrcd ' hrf L, ' :arn<>d * nos ^ay'wedding cake, topped with a min•hid king asters. i iillurp hritte and , ruglen of Port Arlhur was [served. man Ruhert Arthur! For a wedding trip to Arkansas ! M \V. F. Gonelcs of ; Ihe bride traveled in a beige J ' rd in marriage in a candle light are Mr. and Mrs. Adams of Port Arlhur. The Rev. Alvis Colenvin led the: of •ouple in their double ring vows at i K an altar decorated will, seven She ton branched candelabra bankod with IAV JiT rnmrnflrlnf tarn inA u~i-i: .__n. I * 1 J'--*•'* « ftewi WOMEN Miss Hannaford Complimented Lake Pre-Nuf>tia{ Event * commador fern and holding yellow tapers. A ICAV arrangement of vcl- low gladioli and yellow mums was placed below the cross. Mrs. C. A. Moller was organist and accompanied Miss Nelda I SI rang as she sane "O Promise 'Mo." Given in marriage hy her father, , i he bnde wore a gown of brida.' First Presbyterian Church ,lite taffeta. The filled bodice Was Lake Jackson i, scheduled cousins of the groom, jmatching accessories, including a the candles and sealed Ihe'small beige hat, and Ihe while •<•,.. hpi .,-v „ ,. orchid corsage lifted from her . ' _ h " dn s CollierjvorejMwo-; bridal bouquel. . ! Tli« couple will be at home in P rnJP I Hondo on Sept. 1, where he \<n]\ IKIIIU |, ca ,. h school S()p . s a Kradua(e n , The annual picnic held bv (hp ;AnsWon High School and he grad- irti n,.«cK,,i-^»_ /-a. i _;iuated from Thomas Jefferson WitedJJyUROY BYRD Adult Friendship Club Has Luncheon & Program A lum-hoon, games and a musi- The morning's aetivjllp, wen £ JSST'UZ c^ui[jrr° d «'"» «* -W * , Friendship Club of the First Melh i 50 " 1 conslsti nK of eoverm - - ' '"Mdishes brought by of !de,igne,i wih a scooped neckline Tuesday, nnhw j and three quarter length sleeves 'at the Lake Pavilion 0 ' bl ""' r ' ™ ffep ' Vfi n m • o for "*"* Sdm * and rec<!ivnd his BBA ' '• dcglcen from Laniar ;0dist Church of I.ako Jackson held! | in fhe reci-eatlon hall al •church. [ Mrs. Wrnona Burks, choir direc-i tor of Ihe church, was in charge of •a musical program lhal included the presentation of humorous games. Mrs. Margaret Mull™, newly cle.ted president of the club, mad a poem ciling the advantages of "adult" and "mature" youthfulness. atlendini Specializing ARMOUR STAR Heavy Beef GIROUARD'S ' - n c '' a Hannaford was pi a corsage of white and a with them returned to Sweeny for a visit. . J. Gordes, and Mrs. f. D. Tee!, The refreshment table w a s covered wilh a blue net clolh and n 4.1 ~n r\ Buttons, Bows Dance The N. C. Cartel- family taking i ''entered with a blue and white a vacation timed to return home " nr "' arrangement on a crystal just in ti»ne ."or the beginning O f' slflnd ' flanked by candelabra, -•' • ' icac.h holding three blue tapers. A jpink caladium graced the piano | nnd a small pink arrangement Buttons and Bows Square iib'e about*30 Bests'"we're regisTe'r^ Dance cluh will meel at 7:30 p.m. ed Tuesday at the Knights of Colum-; Refreshments included p i ne- Rill rh 1 ", T'' L n , , :<M>plo sherbet punch served from Bill Choate will call the dances;a crystal bowl, and home baked for Ihe evemne. ' - - • Jr. will he man-led Sept. 1 in Ihe : First Christian Church of Free- SUCCESSFUL MOMCMAKIN6 tiF.RAl.uiMi BHS Homemaker Plans Explained 'Lemonade Made In Shade i Comes In Many Forms "Lemonade made in the shade"! Fruit drinks are easy to make was once Ihe last word in a sum-i h .v comining different fruit juice?, merlime drink. You simply squee- Tnc ' ruit rfrinks can be used wilh zed lemon juice wilh sugar and,"' 03 ' 5 ° r lx ' t " f ' cn meals as . —.. . i.. fft - ut pinciippip A general planning and pro-iupon in the second and third' ° rs> P nty °' ''' c <:ubes aildi Pear'svrup is Kress meeting of the Brazosport years, Ihe teachers explainwl. '"""]:. fon " s of t!rinks available'since Oie flavor High School Homemaking pro-; The Importance of having a'" lhp !"•"» "««"•*« w« a» not flavor the LY. ju.'™ nmh'r gram for 1X2-63 was held Tlrars-iRood supervised home experience i'"""- v ?" 1C1 ' flavors and """bina-'Use ; , Mmple s ™ r svnm m rt , day. at 9:30 am. in the Activity j program was explained by M re . i ""f t ™" 'ncsc. food sl.oppe.-s one quart SUKa 7 and «^ nuar Room at lh« high school. Nixon. The (rachini; schedule of m ' ke * rlfrl "«™ " "- •--• • - • m quart Plaiuiing tor the meetinR and la vocational homemaking Teach- imai ' krl - presenlation. of. a panel discussion !er provides lime (or home visila- program waj carried out by the lion whereby planning is achiev- thrce senior high school homered wilh student ami parent making teachers, Mrs. Beverly! In addition to regular classroom Nixon, Mrs. Becky Jenkins and I work each girl enrolled in \ou,- : Different rev,,n, a ™ „ u Miss Joella Gartner; the senior lional homemakins is required toldifferent honrs of .h H "i * " ° f morp Ox rwn5ive ,,,,-,^ high school principal, Kenneth [have completed each semcMer aid en™ ^ , ^ y alld al i"ie tests indicated. Wilson; assistant isatisfactoo' supervised home ex-ijf ^",,0^,^,0^ IT',*™"' , *'"" inS ' an '' c ' a » ^sh-wear Dr. J. R. Jaclaon; and president i perience program for a minimum! he ^f," "' *?** ^ "' ^ slra '"-i™<-d after of the senior high school Future i of six weeks. Parents were a«*edi rt^-,r\ PP tt ' asl «'- > i-and after the vxth Homemakers of America, Missjto give their support and coopcra- i ow h "•P^nlalives al the washing, it was nece<sarv to gwe Ann Richardson. 'lion in developing the best l» mt .i.Z.,"", n J 10 Unlv< L rslIy Ag- it an all<,ver ' " 'Tliis meetins is the first major j visitation program -se „ «mplcsur syn, n "° ns ' Kmm thcsr ' '°«» "hoppers one quar ' U g a 7 and T ""** -'«'™, a, ,he foodjwale" hca, JZ.Mhe ar ds . 'solves. Cool before usL T\ >^.T> 1 T> T •» ^ UOIl t RUSH lo Hanff Ollf Wasll Do vou look f nr , • i, • '. 11 O V-'UL VV ttJjU '' K ' bire> in cte "* r •"«*« «*T* '"" disd P |in «J ™re quicklv to do jn (hc - • , o n ironing. Drones citing J5 , . . facts: $10 need only a light ironine for '. Z*" b ' ca V hm * * nd m ? re fading (many successive washes K "* midsun wier HangerKlried dresses, acx-ordjns , , to ^ tests, required more iron tt> rp ' cntlon °' white - in S >han "lose in a drver or OT a ' step in our plans for the forth-; coming year, coming ycar-a year we hope will! Mrs. Jenkins described the sum- be noteworthy in the fieldjmer phase of the homemaking of homemakins for Brazosporl." program. A summer project is T , said Mrs. Nixon, chairman of the designed to give Ihe student an _ '.' ,_ , ,. . . ,-- -— ->»<-- ". « nrve, Brazosport HomemakinR Teach-opportunity to apply her learning ' clothes m lalf «um-• clothes line out-of-doors prs for 1962-C3, as she opened the | 0 a home situation and is much ,,'.' , , meeting with a welcome to par- larger in scope than the school' always the woman who ents and their daughters who are'year project. Girls arc given de- iK | ClS J' er wash out first who K cts enrolled in homemaking for the tailed information conccrninc a 5 rcsulls cloUl( ' s tome out coming year. summer project in May ol each 1 Vh '"' St lf ^ walt unlil n «•">• -Ol the -21S lettera distributed i ycar . : or so to hang out the wash. lo toi-Uicoming homemaking slu-i ••],' ls possible for a student to T 1 ' 0 ! 0 u lcss fadm K Between 9 rirnls and their parent*, alien -.earn four and a half credits in dance was excellent for the meet-,|| 0 memakin K duri.ig high school ing and the Homcmakms Teach- ,pfiu<- a t,on," explained Mra Jenk- ers and their administrators werc |llls . |- hrsp ..rnii,, musl , 0 i low a , ,. pleased wilh Ihe interest and en- sequent and boll, scmcsleis of • mon Unbleached fabric-* suffer thiisiasm expressed," Mm. Nixon.each level t* completed before !mosl- sairt - prng|-.'ssi(.fl lo then next level. The general over-all homemnk- ••[ jnv i,,, ,.,,.„ ,,„., h( , rp ,„ :, ing program was described by „„, ^ lurc | loi , lt . maKol . s , h ( s Gartner with the use of, a and 11 a.m. and less bleaching in' the afternoon between 1 and 3 p.m. As for durability, the sun lakes greatest toll in the summer, EVERY ONE WHO IS AFRAID Have .sou had trouble with some j of \cK.r wash-wear garmanu?; s 'Maybe this information will be Miss Gartner with the use ol a, ycar> "~ expressed"M'KS"Riciwrd .• hc 'l l(ul large, chart showing the areas lo> s<m Hs shc ,„,,,„„ |M>1 . I)lt , S( , n , a ..' T° s| s made by Ihc New York- be studied and developed by eachiiio., of plans which liave been de- ' Collr S e "' Home Kcononiicsi level ol homcmakms classes. V elo|>ed this summer lor the ivm- "f, Cornc " u "iv"«ity show thatj Training is offered in the tol- |lng vrar , )v „„, Hu cxecu ,' 1Vl "" -"-'-••- ----- • lowms nmjor Holds of mtercsl: ,,„„„,„ ant) ,, (e humt , m;iklng Home and tamily Living, Child: UMchers Development, QothiiiK and Tex-! Biiiumlhly nitvnngs aiv plan- til™. Foods and .Nutrition, HOUK- ni .,| wl lh one program each month Ing and Home Management. iulli „ uisuu-ss mccli.-ij;. OvUstatxI- Oifferenl emphases arc used al „,., ,, v( , ms , or |h| , w| ,, |(t , H each level. A more lliom,i K |, ex-'s,.,,,,.,,,,,,.,. ,, u . n ,, v , > | l| M , pl.iration in sought as Ihe student ;f| inMmas | )al .,., V'slcnlinc Sweet' witli the first year j|, IM | all wash-wear garments require some touch-up ironini;. Miss Coleman, D. Spcnce Wed seiAinx as a/minriatum I..J* buillj,,,;,,,,,,,..,,.,,^;,"^ Mrs. Starling j y ,J^^J..^^ 1 ™^' Honored With Ijrflli;"^^,'"^,.^;*; Bolivia Party i,,,,?^ 1 ,^ si"3,v Mm. Hoy N. Kendall ami Mrs. ,„.,. ,. H ,,| , 1IlH ',,'.'.!' ..'"':„ Mr - f "" 1 Ml ' s - V. M. CoU-man of «»""»»«• 'he marriage of ' "'"'Kl'U'r, Marian Marie, in .,m ^ ln w 'T sm.,,*"" f°f ?"'' , "? ^ ,, si .',' "i s ,:i ' : Mr». Kendall in Ijike Jackson will, f, lr IM ,. V ""„ ^i,,, 1 ..olablP. of B,*vU,l, r ,.i, lg Mr, :„„,,„„„„„ „„, „ Jj halhiyn Marling of Sacramcnl,),,,,,,,, ,,„. ,,,,. ,.„„„,' ralif., a formrr local resulcnl. I |,, „„.„„.,. M ., „.,„„ liny while jardiiuci.s n 1 nl,ilmn« miiuslralmn fur ihc luinu-iiiiikinu iiuiialure rosebuds serve,! as ren- pix,gra,,,, |),. Jarksun c.xprcs.snl «-|.le,Tn al 111,- tables whc-ir «li."Kwllriice in tduc.ilion will IK •«v! de»serl wilh cuke and coffee ,„„ ,,,„( | llLS )|1(|r T | k , ,, n( | )U!l ,. .,«| rt l Tex-; , a(| inleivsl ,if vi m g and (me U'n; served to Ihc yucsls im ar- a ival at K:'M p.m. •„ l.alrr in Ihe evening, duiniK Ihc n caiit gumcs. cold drinks nnd .ip- j.v pi'ti/ere wore srived lo Ihc luin-;,. noree and Mrs. Chluc Cawy, 'w.» n . Mrs. Luella Ntwlin, Mrs. Ullmn! Following ihr meeluii! a Hull. Mrs. Maud Han. Mr.v Hiilhjtl,,; humcmakui^ dcpaHiu i'Waal, and Ihc "<,ll,ci,,l .•uflee'.' lllll | u ,.,,.,|. Heli-eshmcnl!, Bmkei, Hoy hcndiUI. | bv Uie FHA sl rls Ihc home - |wvil |h|s mtcndancc ran !«• ac- nopcrutive lour ol ,,, was wc.c Help Keep Our BEACHES CLEAN! to reassure him Countless thousands have found freedom from fear in the midst "f apparent ronfiirt and chaos when they hate prayerfully Miught an undemanding of Givl ami man as re\ealivl in Scioiuo and Heiillh with Key to ih« Scripture*by Mary HakcrKddy. fn-ience and Health explains that fear is the cause of much inharmony and lhat an fear vanishes »u dow disi'dse and pain and sorrow. And it teachei how lo dispel f.-ar effectively and permanently. St-iem-o and Health may h« read or examined, totivlher with the Bible, al any Christian Science Readii\K Riwin. Or it may h« pu rt-haMtl at $3. CHRISTIAN SCI KNOB HEADING ROOM FRUPORT" TUESDAYS 10 AM TO 2 PM WIDNfSDATS 7:30 P.M. TO 7:4S P.M. » P.M. to 1;| $ P.M. FRIDAYS t P.M. TO S P.M. usical program were concluded, NOTHING COOKS AS \ AS ELECTRICITY! HOUSTON LIGHTING ^POWER COMPANY

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