The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 22, 1968 · Page 15
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Miss Jean Cr/swe// and Herbert A. Stewart wed THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS, Ff«poft, T«M, , to*,, It, IMI MUM • »AOt 1 . The Westbury Baptist Church was the sotting for the ceremony which united Miss t »n Ann Crlswcll and Her- rt Alien Stewart Jr. In m*r- rligo. The couple's parents «re Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crls- well of Houston and Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Stewart Sr. of Oyster Creek. The Rev. A. W. McGregor officiated at the double ring ceremony which look place QFrlday at 8 p.m. Candles lit the sanctuary, which was decorated with baskets of white gladiolus and mums, accented with greenery. Mrs. Hobcrt Bruechert and Earl Davis provided the nuptial music. Given In marriage by her father, the bride wore an ur- £elrial design gown by Marie of white point-do-rose chan- tllly lace over peau de sole. The diaphanous cage covered the slender peau de sole under dross. It had a high scalloped neckllnn and long traditional sleeves. Fashion lull-rest was given to the dress by bridal Jewels which were scattered over the Qmitlre gown. The gown ended In a train which swept lo full cathedral length. Her veil of Illusion was held In place b> a headpiece of chantllly lace and seed pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of gardenias aii'l (ca- IhcTfd carnations. ™ Miss Call Mcllarguv WJLS maid of tionor. She WAS ggwn- ed In )cllow chiffon. I) r e B s o d In ensembles ex • nelly like that worn by tin- ma I•] of honor were Joyce Smith and Anita Kleke, bridesmaids. A cousin of the bride. Miss MIIS. HKKUKKT AUJ-.N STEWAKT JU. The former Jean Ami Crlswcll Christian Crlswt-ll was flower girl. Pat Moore was be si man and Drake Crlswell, cousin of the bride, wa.s ring bearer. Groomsmen were Kobert Klcke and Calvin Horack. Chris Crlswell and JamcyDon Sawyer lit the candles and also acted as ushers, aided by Cory Crlswell. Ttic bride's mother wore a two-piece powder blue alas- klne sheath with matching short coat. Ttie groom's mother chose a sheath of pink with a pink lace coat. A reception which followed the ceremony was held In the church fellowship hall. Donna Jean Stewart, Denlse Stewart, Hetty Sue Stewart, Mrs. J. K. Sawyer, Mrs. D. S. Crlswell and Karen Klekcwere house parly members. For her travel ensemble the bride chose a two-piece blue dress. The couple will make their home In Clutc where IIP tscm- plo>ed with the II. B. /ach- ary Construction Co. She Is u graduate of Westbury High Schoil In Houston ajid he Is a graduate of lira- zos|x>rt llith School. Foods and nutrition workshop is slated A Foods and Nutrition Workshop has been scheduled for Drazosport women under the direction of the Brazosport Independent School District homemaklnc department. The workshop will \.v held In the senior high school homemaking department Wetlnes- da> at •) p.m. No pro-registration Is necessary. For additional Information contact Mrs, Heverly Nixon at 233-2C41, a a.m. to 4 p.m. dally. Mrs, Pew Nesbltt, home economist for a leading small applUnce manufacturing com- pany will conduct the workshop. It will give emphasis tocon- sumer education In purchasing, using and caring for small electrical appliances and efficiency In food preparation for lh«- family. Kducatlonal materials and recipes will be available to those attending. For Healthy Plants Disinfect your flower pott before reuie to help prevent transfer of mold or disease from old plants to new. Wash pot* thoroughly Inside and out. KDITOH'S NOTE: We welcome birthdays and anniversaries for this column and there Is no charge. Deadline during the week Is noon the day before they arc to appear In the paper. Happy birthday today to— WAYNE I3YRD, H. L. JOHNSTON, MRS. ELUALcIUBEUS, LESLIE ELLIS.SUESPIUNG- EK, PAULA KAY POWELL, CONNIE KLAJKE KLLIOTT, DOUGLAS DOYD. . . . Celebrating an anniversary are-MR. AND MRS. SIMON GU1TEHREZ. . . 6 POiilians on tha Fabric Seiec- lor' Jual pick ouf !h« onu you wani and t Iho right walur lempuratu'*, lh« ogitaiion and »pm tpeodi No Qooti, no maitcf *vh»t waih- able jrou'ro t«una«ftng First time ever we've been able to offer a Frigidalre Washer with a Fabric Selector at a price so low. Frigl lair* b«tkcri l» kuiW U m»n help SHOP EITHER OF OUR TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS USY TERMS ARRANGED THISI MKIS GOOD AT OUR AN61ITON STOKE, TOO BAKERITE PRICK GOOD: MOH..TUK.-WID., SIPTIMIER 2J-24-M SJflfl 1-LB. BOXES SHORTENING 3 LB. CAN BLUE SEAL Oleo 5 LAKE REGION SWEET S 1 00 PeilS 5 303 CANS I LAKE REGION CUT GREEN f J AA BOOHS 5 303 CANS I REGULAR * «j fl Comet L CANS Li gUAKER Grits N.B.C. Jf ( 14'4 OZ. PKG. 1J UNCLE WILLIAM S PORK'N'BEANS 5 200Z. $100 BOXES I CAN UMIT 4 WITH S? SO PURfHASf U.S. CHOICE HEAVY BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK, U.S. CHOICE HEAVY IEEE CHUCK ROAST ... «ry v fejnTiAiT »79* HAMBURGER MEAT 3 $ 1 CHILI MEAT ,,49* nMITIDUItVCIt mCAl ^9llS. • U.S CHOICE HEAVY DEEP SHOULDER . fL. mf*. ROUND STEAK «.69* BACON RACORN ,.49* SLAB BACON ,79* CALF LIVER FRESH LAWRY'S KRAFT -^ -— ^^ SALAD DRESSING 3 $ 1.00 MIRACLE WHIP SPAGHETTI 8 $ 1. 00 PINEAPPLE JUICE LAKE REGION m e« **. A. GULF MULTI-PURPOSE TOMATOES 4 $ 1. 00 INSECT BOMB LAKE REGION C.S. OR W K « *• A. ^ ARMOUR TREET CORN 43,3 C il.OO LUNCHEON MEAT KRAFT GRAPE•RED PLUM - APPLE _ *_ ^^ KRAFT JET PUFF JELLY 3 $ 1.00 MARSHMALLOWS - f. m ^^ GERBER'S STRAINED 4 $ 1.00 BABY FOOD RED BOY MUSTARD 55* 25* 99* 49* 23* 8* PET SKIM GEBHARDT's Tamales DAD'S Root Beer KRAFT MA.RCARONI 303 CAN CAT & DOG TALL CAN LIMIT 4 WITH 12 SO PURCHASI CORONET (Tissue j IMPERIAL I Sugar PILLSOURY J Biscuits 4 5 4 5 2ROLL PKGS. 00 vw LB. BAG CANS 6 1 / 2 -OZ. CAN *iA 3 FARM FRESH PRODUCE SEEDLESS GRAPES .,23* CANTALOUPES BARTIETT PEARS CELERY sm« 17t RADISHES 2 c iic119< FROZEN FOOD WAFFLES ;.i... 10* BANQUET _ ^ TUNA PIES 17* ROSEDALEMIAED - . ,»«• AA VEGETABLES 3 -"1.00 CREAM PIES 3 ,.. $ 1.00 HARVEST P^^ lMO.1-321 SOUTH D NO. 2-40? i 5th FKEPOI TELBEBBaiT

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