The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 24, 1971 · Page 3
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TJIE BRAZ08PORT FACTS, Frttport, Te*M, Wedneftrfay, November 14, 1*71, f>| tt Baker-AAorcom vows recited in double ring ceremony BATON HOUOK, I*. - MlM Judith "Judy" Wliwton Mortem became ihe bride of UoydUon "Butch' 1 Baker Jr. of llouilon, Sunday, November M at J p.m. In 31, lake't KplKopal Church In Union llouge, Th« new Mr*. Baker U the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Spa rite Morcom of 24X K, Contour Drive, Baton Itoujte. She U a gradual* of Baton Itogge High School and Centenary College tn Shreveport where the received her B, S, degrw In mail) She wn* elected homecoming quern, cheerleader and wa» named U> Who'» Who among American College* and Unlveraltla, The bridegroom I* (he ton of Mr. and Mr*. Lloyd Leon Baker of Uke Jnckjwn. They reilde at in Pemlmmon Une, Uke Jackson, lie I* a graduate of ttraz/nport High School and ha* a BBA dc-gree from (he UnlvemKy of Tcxa*. arrangement* of while gladioli, while PuJII mum* and carnation* In bra** urn* adorned the church Given In marriage by her falher, the bride vwe a formal, Victorian KOWH °' Ivory iltk cloud wild a wedding ring neckline and lace-trimmed bodice, II featured full blown *)epve* acc«it*d with lace cu/l« The full flowing »klrl •wept lo an clarwralc back fuJJneM forming a circular train, Adorning her hair was a long veil of silk illusion flowing from a lace Juliet cap, She carried a cancadc of while butterfly row* centered with a while caltlcya orchid ac- ecnlcd with ivory plcolcd ribbon loop* and long streamers, Mrs. Brian K. Pnrsons of Midland, TM., sisler of the bride, was ihe matron of honor. Hridcsmalds were Misses Nancy lioone of Houston and Barbara Noland of Ha Ion H/xige. Tlxry were gowned alike in formal gowns of blue arid pink wall paper printed Jersey featuring high necklines, long sleeves and full rallied ikfrts. They carried pink bridal rotes, Krcnched carnations, and gypsophlla with loop* and streamers of dusty rose, *atln ribbon. The *ame kfnd of flower* adorned (heir hair. Best man was James E, MOMS of Houston. Henry W. Denny of DenUm and Ronald E. Brarman of Frceport were (he groomsmen. The mother of (he bride choM an ice blue Alasklne silk drew with a matching full* length coat. The bridegroom'* mother was dressed In a paisley brocade with a matching jacket In copper, gold and pink. The reception was held Immediately following the ceremony at the Sherwood Forest Country Club In Baton Rouge, Assisting were: Mrs. B. K. Burchardt of Houston, Mrs. W. R. Evans of Huston, La., Mrs. Andrew Smith, Mrs. Stephen Chakey, Mrs, Russell S. Lefeaux, Mrs, Dorothy Noland and Miss Janet Notand of Baton Rouge, Miss Sue Cunningham, and Mis* Joan Frazler. For (he wedding (rip to Jamaica, the bride chose a navy blue and white dress with matching full length coat and red accessories. The rehearsal dinner was hosted by the bridegroom's parents at (he Sherwood Forest Country Club, •ttvwv/«sM<ywwwwMk Mil. AM) MlUt, U-OVU I.KOS HAKKH JH. \V«4 tn B*tut> HMijtr tHurtb BSP chapters plan Thanksgiving parties or and abou PTA winners ,!>!i5>s iiurO DllT^ fctti 4 «!|> U» V» A/i>rtlA Mitt %J f»ukSr«llj tutun] Avwt M .MtTIIAITKH Attorney Jame» K The Nu Mu Chapter met In "Hu»ter" JJrowri was goe«( the hwne of Mm G«*Ue ipeaker at a recent meeting fUittuct Mn Gene Jinkin*. oo- held in tlw home of Mm lUtymond Hoiwa Hrown »p(Ae lo (tie group on the legal anf«t* of wills He ducutied the proper and A «a)-» and meant o< Mrllifii; (run cake* -Mrs OPEN TILL 1 THANKSGIVING DAY HOT DINNER ROLLS | LARGE 10" PIES • Pumpkin •Mince • Pecan »App'e •Cherry i\ Tile and by Mr« if*) Mr* J • »r«d daring ll«r GERMAN CHOCOLATE CAKE $169 FUDGE PECAK CAKE $159 STRAWBERRY WHIPPED CREAM CAKE $199 ar»4 »U joefxxl in the Hitual and V(m.uh I'ltKl KI'Ttlll HKTA XI JtrU X» hrW Jl» g !!". |J»- I'KXtiC <tl Mr> John Hjjcirrur; I'roidrftI Mf* Gcof(J^ Uottofa. ronducted Iftc o! l>ic chsp$« (heir tamJjj r*J« A> KARLS BAKERY M9-70M 1004 L MutbetTj lo !hr IW-t() v«vl UP (hr k.)<ir*-v Anjwur in tbr «<m>f>«tt2'.v <Sc>&*!<* IU! '. j a) AIJ'HA I'M NOW? FAMOUS COHESTO COMPACT COLOR TV! . COMPACT CHROMACOLOR 19" SUPER-SCREEN T1TAM CHA.S8II comblnrt ftntlh lljuic r jllrd Drprndabllll) «llh ultra- naphUllcilrd Ufa /<-ni(l> Solid-SUU Xmtlfc Sfl(ld-Si«i* Dur*- Moduki »rr »m»ll compjcl prrcltlen pact>*gr» (hat rocilata crHicil TV »d vn»p ir(wrl> iolo CHROMACOLOR . . . • compittity nt« Colot TV »ril«n thai brlngi you • IMn *Y«r btiou In TV ol Ihii K(Mfl lUt c«t*9oryl ZENITH COMPACT CHflOMACOLOft FEATURES 8t>0« ZCKITH PATENTED CHROUACOLOR MCIUM TUBE <.p gl * s ' Un, I Kx M>r l Chopt* Compact UJPtH-SCRtEN If «n- PtCTURi l*(> t«J »*« ffl«<« ol th* ptcUift tM<*ut* 'II M It'ttn ctn M • Nt# ZoniUi Sotid-$t»l« $w|»r Vldto (Unj* Tuning i ;«ntth Ptl*nl»d Af C— AvitonwMie Fln*-tunlng Conliol •I I IV • Oyio-Oilv* UHF CDtAn*! Sfltcioi « Color Coountnd*' Coouol t T«HKoplng CHpol* AnWnn* lor VHF R*C4ption t CUp-on 6ow-U« UHF Ant»nn« /^s/o\ f . (l.r.«(,-5 LJS AWUCTUN KRKEPOKT MMMI RWill LAKE JACKSON up l ;nv4 ihr prut .ir»J CMU c^ a MI ill Mr 1 * W A HoRrn r«tiin(J«l m«silx-r» t)«l 3 u mmT « ill l>c dr^un lo< t ttity-kjuarl'-: o! fjt at Jack KAI'I'A DKI.TA Mrv J 0. Wade gave lh»! program "Abvilule Muiuc" in which*)w gave definitton* and ftarnplr-* She then divided the group into two teams and held a cunU-s>l on what each tram knew about rnuuc Th* rcvitr*' of tieta Sigma l>hi was given by Mrs Dents The r»r»I mrc!;.-!i! »l (fit- twsnr o< Mr* i!h Mr» and MJ» Jimtnyc pretrrititig Shir SKiMA UrTA Thr r<-guUr JT.WSUSJ; cX Use &Kraa Iota (tssplrf was I«-M in !J«r tornr "! Mrs Tom lifillirn; -*i(h Mr» Hill llatiej »> r» toslt-wi Mr* Jobs !>;>« (jr<rM-n'.«J «i!ili«i "In- l'lan» for UK- coming (urVey and care) party were discussed All Chrtstma* paj*-r order* were handed in and will tx> distributed before ThanKkgiMng l'o»trr» concerning !Jw Chrulmas Baraar are to be made and hung in local »tor« before the next rnwting The boiicru pnt* was won by Mr» David Jono and Mrs. Wolfe Ki«* i;HJed on I'age •!> WK AUK GKATKKU. TO YOU LAKE JACKSON FLOWER SHOP Qames Larman) AUTO PARTS INC. THANK YOU! to the Men of the LAKE JACKSON VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. KOH TDK TJ.MK AND WOHK YOU SO OKNKUOt'SLY DONATKD IN PUTTING UP CHHI.STMAS DKCOKATIO.VS IN THE Ht'SINKSS OISTKICT IN DOWNTOWN LAKE JACKMJV, (Harrison Roy) ^xxxxSSS^SSSS^^MXxi A Mirx- l^s'd/n! |»M> in tiiaiirjc-J k>f [>« < Thi> (isrly will t<r !ur «fj{4r* ir«l «ill tw >! Ibr tv;*mr o! Mr »nd Mrt J«ftf; t>>c-r A (fiB*ts:K K^r*R c *•*'* "•"" t*-hrJ4 t*c< r 10 ind !! Ttv (ilarr 4txl 'fx' Sitnr •»!!! t* »ru««arx:T<J *l a i»!« date- A wortuhcip ««.* r»rW Nov, It as UA- Ko!t>? w! Mr^ Mit ti l« make *uy» lor U* a( I'ommuru'.v Ho»];/:Ul I and AI-J'HA DKI.TA DKI.TA I'.* Ivilj ticld H> j of the year in the at Mr» JaAnn Boohcr with Mrt I'aU? Jcaner o! t( arxJ Ibr and Kristioti fchip The fh..i{i<i dinner *»> mrtnbcr* ^r (c« Ihr Trunk vgiving lu»kc{ lo tw gurt) lo ^<f wrvicc pro)cirl (ami!) SHIR WIN H WILLIAMS WE'RE MORE THAN A PAINT STORE WE'RE MORE THAN A PAINT STORE WE'RE A BEAUTY SHOP pledge* .irr Mr* I'aU) Jwner, Mr» JoAnn I'tmefl and Miu Innc Tho.ii TlK- chapter ua» alw happy lo welcome hack Mrs Jane Ward who u mm Ihe Wa>> ind Mean* committee rhairman Mr* Ward will head up th<- chapter't annual uays and meam prc))ect which will be Santa picluro taken in Angleton on IH-c 4 at Palm (Yntrr \e>l mcrlmg will tie held in Anglrlnn in the home of Mrs Ward Mr» Ann Moor* will give the program XIKI'Sll.ONTAl The mrvting of Xi Kpsilor) Tau fhajHcr was hold in the hon\e of Mr* Virgil Colcman with 10 members prx-sent The program "The Wnttcn Word" was given by Mrs Kre<l Cook and Mrs Ucc Hartley Mrs CtxA gave ihe form lo use in social and bus i IK'*s corrc*pot>dencc ^ie read examples of loiters to be used on different occasions Mr* HartlcAi read personal letters written by famous people She concluded the program by reading letters which were received by John Glenn after his triumph in space. Mrs, D. 1). Baringer won the while elephant. GIVE YOUR WALLS A BEAUTY TREATMENT It's so ea^v to give your walls a beautiful coat ol Colonial"" iatox wall paint This latex finish will stay springtime Iresh lor years to come Select a color to suit >ouf taste And our very low price will make you happy I KABKIC »od XO'ilON •WC1.0SK OUT!" IWA Utatttr lft» 10 Ml «"*» IM«l 50% KAB1UCS HKDl C KD v TO NOTIONS 1Q% BftOCKMANS WEST COLUMBIA LAKKJACKSON LATEX FLAT WALL FINISH SVHITE AND STANDARD COLORS SPECML OFFEf? ROLLER &TRAYKIT with the purchase of two gallons of Coloniariatex Wall Finish OPEN AU DAY SATURDAY SHERWIN-WILLIAMS 824 BRJUOSPORT BLVD. PHOHi 2W-W78

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