The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 22, 1971 · Page 2
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Freeport, Texas
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Monday, November 22, 1971
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,y* Hflife BRAZOSPORT FACTS, , ftftfct, FP Soroptimists L i, \ * P discuss projects ; FKKBPORT — Service projects were discussed at the ; regular meeting of the ' Soroplimist Club of Freeport, held at the Freeport Inn. Members voted to con,,tribute a total of $175 to the Senior Cititens Center, to be paid quarterly as long as it is a functioning organization. Maurice Stringer reported that she and another club member, Edith Davenport, had recently visited the Center. She said that a number of people were there and seemed to be enjoying the facilities. She also showed pictures the two had made during their visit. Results of the anrtv«l rummage sak i-ie an- now- 1 '. jMrilee Polk. It "- .'uso announced that the club had aided a family that included 12 children. A discussion was held on a program presented by Frank Greenway at the previous meeting of the club. Greenway, who heads vocational agriculture at Bratosport High School, discussed soil problems involved in the club's beautltlcatlon project in downtown Freeport. tt was announced that Attorney Elizabeth Armstrong will be the guest speaker at next Tuesday's meeting. Mrs. Armstrong will discuss wills. Delicious addition One cup chopped celery, one-half cup onion and one cup nuts sauteed in the one- half pound butter orolco called for in the package directions on a one pound package of herb seasoned stuffing makes a delicious addition to the stuffing. Charlene Tielke, MontyRandall wed WEST COLUMBIA - In an Informal home wedding Oct. W at 8 p.m. Miss Charlene Ttrlkc ami Monty Randall Pond were united In marriage, Miss Tielke is the daughter of Mrs, VVilma Tielke and the late Arnold H. Tielke, The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pond, A reception was held at lh« American Legion Hall Immediately following the ceremony. After a wedding trip to Mexico, they are making Iheir home in West Columbia. Both are graduate* of Columbia High School. Mb* Tielke attended Wharton County Junior College and U now attending Bra JOB port College, NOW BEING UrntOOUCCO AT.. . **BABY CASTLE 211 MMMfi HAY LMt JACKSON 257-3W1 MR. AND MIIS. MONTY RANDALL Wed in borne ceremony fCHILDRENS COATS SIZES 1 to 6X 1HLDRENS JACKETS SMALL to EX.LG ALSO FEATURING MATERNITY WEAR AND LINGERIE Ull O«M lAYAVAY. MMTIICNAIM •AMU AMI»ICA*O MAN OPEN t TO S:JM DAYS A WEEK 'Facts about ... Women The bridegroom Stephen F. Austin in NiK'ORtkKhes b<<otc entering the US. Martn* Corps, where it* jicrvwi four year*. He to now attending Uraiojjiort The rites wtrt perform**! in the garden of clowr fricmb, Mr. ami Mr». Henry Graetwr. under an arch tkwaled with grmtery and palm* in the background The Ilitv, Larry FABRIC SALE GREAT BIG SAVINGS ALL WEEK FROM AMERICA'S LARGEST & FINEST MILLS! 2 BIG DAYS BONDED ORLON KNITS ABSCHUTEIT THE BEST VA1UES IN TOWN • DOZENS Of STITCHES AND CCHOIS • MACHINE WASH- ABIE • 60* WIDE. 67 72" WIDE 100% NYLON NET HUNDtEOS Of USES • Alt FASHION COtOIS • Tt" WIDE • IOO% NTION • MACHINE WASHA»LE •XMAS SEWING SKOAL SAVE $1.00 PER YARD BONDED CREPE EXCtlUNT »OY, ESftCUUT fO* IMrt I1MJ Of THt «A« • ON AU IMKMTAm HOUOAY • 4S* WlOt • ON Ail «OIISI! VI YARD ORGANIZE YOUR PATTERNS PATTERN BOXES »tUI COtOM • MOIW tit VAJUI" • 16 YD. 100°o DACRON POLYESTER 38 t EACH DECORATIVE FELT 72- WIDE • GIEAT fOR XMAS TOTS AND XMA5 CCAfTS ' FANTASTIC 8UTI YARD DiCOKATIVI BUIILAP '• ' - ' IPO* mn » IWKHIKP fte* wptA«PMHV".? MA*IME$$f$ AMP MANY MOIf. .... • .-_,, - : 'i:^ 60 WIDE • MACHINE WASH • ABSOLUTELY NO IRONING. TREMENDOUS SELECTION OF FAMOUS CREPE STITCH, FANCY JACQUARDS, OTTOMAN RIBS, SOLIDS AND STRIPES. HEAVY FALL WEIGHTS. HOLIDAY COLORS. VALUES TO $5.99 YARD. BRIDAL & PILLOW CASE NOVELTY SATIN IOOS IUTUMO ACIUIt ' 4V WWt OH IUMS • SMOOTH, 1HIH1 IIHKH • STAtN ANO IfSliTAMT YARD $2,99 VALUE DRESS VINYL O» Dt/HIINI WAfi IO UU lilli HIM »IOM 0«m IQ OtCQ«AIIMC $ 1 33 YARD REGULAR $1,99 BRUSHEP DENIM Mi 10Q* 1$ (N ANO THE fffCE 1$ (tlOHT K)l THIS CREAI fASIIC • «S" WIOI « MACHINi WASH t AU ON SOUS t 45" WlOf • I90H COnON < lOOK-Of- co*»u«or. FASHION VALUE KNITS! KNITS! • ACHAIi AND HtlOH • fASWON >All CCHO»5 • 4S* W10I . IIOOSI, Di|» AND tOfTOM W|»OWI$ 77* Jf JTYARD *1 39 YARD 100% COTTON WIM WALI CQIDUROY " 1 O/ W19I WA1« « , fQ *j OA iu r ? fASWON UNQrHJ AU **" WIDI YARD 60 STRAND IMPORTED PEARLS YOUI CHOICE Of i tWnilMI SIZf t AND AT ONi fAKTASTlCAUT tOW MICI Mtlf'S TOOI CMANCI IO IEAUT SAVI ON IHE SEASON'S MOST WANIfO ^^^r EACH FABRIFIC FABRIC CENTERS t SAT- 223'A PARKING WAY JAKE JACKSON I STORE HOURS If TO 61 Jones, classmate of the bridegroom performed the double ring ceremony. For her wedding, the bride chose a itrect-taigth gown of floral voile with ww-lhrough long sleeves. The gown wa» made by her mother. She carried n white orchid with a purple throat on a white Bible, The matron of honor was Mrs, Darlcne Anderton, who wore a knit null of grey tone* and wort; a beige orchid. Larry Anderaon wrved the bridegroom as best man. He and Mm. Anderson, matron of honor, are lifelong friends of both bride and bridegroom. The bride's mother elected * to \trtar a yellow knit »uit drtss. while the bridegroom'* mother was clad in a coral floral street length drew with jolid coral long ve»t coat. MR. AND XIUL RLVA,V MOOHE »e'» the Moore-Williams vows said in church rites HHAZOHIA — Mb* Charter)* K, William* became the bride of Rlvau Moorv in a double ring eer««woy ai 1 p m en Oct. 30 in the ttrvatcr Ml /ton Ila(Xu< Church here. Tlw daughter erf Mr And Mr« CJwite C William* o< Route i, llrator ia. the bfi<fc n a i«.1 Kraikatc o( (.', W Carver Hijth School in Sweeny find iittcntfed Whjrtoo County Junior College She b nti pl<jyeii b>- the Bay City TnUjt*- w^ipaptr Tht brkbrgrwo» M the MW c4 Mr ami Mn U*ft Mourr Sr o/ tiU) nty He tt a I9»M lU<Miu»te ol tu> City'* HUkrd High School He aba allnxkti WK»rtpn County Junior Co4k)te He b an empioyn of the l>>f fhrmhrdl Co, The Hrv H L Mjcity kd the cwjpk In their now* and traditional mtuic WA» prrsrnted by Mf« N'apijlcun Hi^tm ami I'hlllip Toibcrf The church wa-« dcr«ratn] with boskeU o( white 4ml pink carnatkwa by 3 pair irf spiral hcWjrt); pink C4n41o way WM <ornj«J o< grevtwry The bride, given in marriage by her ialher. wore a gown o< white »ilk Our growing Churches BAPTIST ClUfRCH Joort Crrtk .\(r iincl Mr* Jack WeUkn Stan Oliver FIB.ST BAI'TLST l-»kr Jacktoq .Sdmmy H Johmoo Hocky l>P4n DeKwucr Kixmie Joe Coiiira flofcby Ulen Krcudcrttprwg IMJU Waguvipack Doruil Eugene S«lf IJoyd A Self Terr) MiiU Konnie Griffin Ilcvrrly Burns Mrs Dclphia Jackwrn Mn Peggy Johruoo Barbara Ada mi Gail Ho6in*on JU>6 Kominc Karen Calvin Krcd Smith Karen Prey Mrs Becky Canty Kay Kay Griffin Uoiuia KichardKHi A jx-art rfsrfw>(rd. ileeve* I'jftcU o Uee i»i!urt<ctl vmh encircled the *4i»l «rs«i (raced (rwr fratti 'it t/x- ikirt »txl cj!>:-nl/iil train Itrt vri! * J* h«M ia A >r»TkJ hmufcirw . * church H Jt|r> Kafi l>di« Siropi*. Wr» trjrvlropt twtwtvn HOI. 40(1 mumt IMbte attd on A *!atr cvntrmi with « white 4 background o< v<4.» rnrf tciier't mjitjai hurax Hri(lr«mJt(ll wctr AntU •i«trr at the ot Mf» Mr »» Thr <!?»<' c *wn by tiv <at bwwf «'M (Vrtsfwd wttb * CH) jrJ i U<hl pi«ii (Vw* *fcirt She -JHWT it hot ptfii and IjjthJ fvi an act. Hrr bnucfwri >A.»hi«nrd o/ rtwnt in the cntort The tirt(ie*rrui<U in ftrfl ArvlU U»» "^ ttsr with 4 Tbr »kirt* Thrir Ki » ct » Koom. •icrv ktrnticdt oi ihatr of the nuid t4 katx* Haarac r'ord o^ Sjn Antonto waj Ih* bftdr<r»wn'» U"i< man Groomimeo were CVmen WUturai at Houiten. brother o< the bfuk. Amn lUroid runnel oi Air Knrw ll»««, »"t jnt) I>4rnrtl K»^n» of Ualvcttan tU'njrd Willurnt o( Krccport •**» the nnu brar»f <ind (hntrr ttirt* *rtr Kenel4a VVillunn and IUM TV rehear**! ijaawt »*.» brW in Of*- katr* o< Mr wal Mr« J J Willum«. >nh I4rt >|rt Aim* seated by t'jri Wiiluini tJ Hratww and IXarnett. »ho alto terved at candtclighlcr* The nvrfiwr o< the bride chote a formal gown at ptnk borxied crrpc, complemented with a warf at the neckline Her actvMorin »cre pink The mother ot the bridegroom wore a burnt orange velvet formal gmrn trimmed in (joW. with gold occoMrie* Both DISHMASTER n.r»V\.«:uVVKM»-VT SOQ50 <J *J Jw.''" HUNT HARDWARE Jtt I'LAVTATION 1)11. UKK JACXWJS Happy Birthday to: IM)NNA WATIIKN, KKSK MAR- TINKZ. Vfc'HA KING. WYNN b'f.MMKKS. HUL'CE BUKT, S A N U H A W A H it E N , MICIIAl. 8TKWAHT, HICHAKU i'KLTIKK. ANTHONY Le COMPTE, TOMMY TVLIJQS. . . Happy Aiwivvnuiry to: Mr. *o4 Mr*. A. j. yiuev. . , wwivenariet for IhU coli«n U noon th« d»y bt/urt public»tioo. S«lurd»y «nd Sund*y, by nooo tbunday; Mon4»y. by nooa Pictuied abwe is Mr. C. H, Kelly of I860 Acacia Circle in Freeport Mr. Kelly is being presented the new color TV he won Saturday Nw, 13 dyring Sonny'i TV induction af theii new Motorola line. Presenting the dow prUe is Mrs, Nwe^n

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