The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on November 28, 1971 · Page 6
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Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, November 28, 1971
Page 6
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_ , Fr<*|M>H, texM, Sunday, November 28, lilt, l»«ge« Happy Birthday<To: CRAIG KELLER, DAItRBL HOYAL P.VNTALONE. OLINDA RICHARDS, GUY PAUL, M10 FOSTER WILCOX, SIIERYL TULLOS. WADE NOVAK. Happy Anniversary to: Mr. and Mrs. G. E. COLEMAN. Mr. 0 and Mrs. GIFFOKD EDDISON. SR. Stt our «rr»» ot Ar««nd tn» World Qlttt...Mily »>,« LEONA'S GIFTShoppc Luna V. Mortan NBA Sets meeting on Monday The Brnzorln County Chapter of the National Secretaries Association (International) will hold their regular meeting Monday. Set for 6:30 p.m., the meeting will be held in Mrs. Wnlslon's Tea Room, 615 West Fifth St., Freeport. The Membership Com mitlce will host a social hour. Program for the evening is to be a panel discussion on the different phases of NSA. Interested persons are invited to attend. Jane Cunningham becomes bride of Stephen Hill in Henderson You're Invited... Come in and tuv* a cv& 01 Holiday Tta or Hal ChocoUI*...bro«rt« around. *•!«<! Chrittmai qitn at rour lt<surt...}ampl« owr aplfU and colttHi Ntrs. Carver's of Houston .CHEESES .COTLETS .APLETS .CANDIES .COOKlES...Come in soon! LEONA'S Gift Shoppe 1 1 212 Plantation Dr. Lake Jackson V Miss Martha Jane Cunningham of Lake Jackson and Stephen Elliott Hill of Lake Jackson were united In marriage Friday, Nov. 26, ot 2 p.m. In ceremonies held In the First United Methodist Church of Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bcnton Cunningham ot Henderson arc the parents of the bride, who Is a graduate of the University of Texas and Is now employed as the director of the Brazosporl Memorial Day Care Center. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Carter of Oklahoma City, Okla. He attended Oklahoma Stale University and is a chemist for the Dow Chemical Co. Rev. II. Eugene Cragg, pastor of the Lake Jackson First United Methodist Church, and Rev. Ferd D. Daw-son, pastor of the Henderson church, officiated. Jimmy Culp performed the wedding music. Bouquets of white gladioli, large mums, and pon-pon mums stood on the altar and tapers In seven-branch candelabra lighted the ceremony. Given In marriage by her father, the bride chose a formal gown of Ivory satin tor her wedding. The Empire bodice was molded and featured a duchess neckline veiled in peau d' ange lace. The same lace appeared at the shoulders and on the long, petal points of the sleeves. The slipper-length, A-llne skirt was enclosed with a lace frame which arose to form a pyramid. A train-length mantilla veil of English net was banded with sculptured peau d' ange lace and was caught to a lace bandeau. The bride carried a bouquet of white orchids and stephanoUs, Miss Ann Cunningham was her sister's only attendant. She wore a slipper-length gown In imported tapestry In which the colors of Ivory, wine and aubergine prevailed. The circs* was created with a long, diriul t> skirt and the molded bodice had a Victorian neckline of Ivory chiffon. Long. Ivory chiffon sleeve* were cuffed tapestry. She wore fresh flower* In her hair and carried a nose gay of Frencbed carnations and pon-pon mums. Michael Hill of Birmingham was his brother's best man. Ushers were George Harris, Patrick Benolt. Stephen Cragg, all of Luke Jackson, and Bryan Vial of Houston Christopher Cragg of Lake Jackson lighted the candle*. The bride's mother chow an ensemble In pink Alaskino and the mother of the bridegroom wore blue crepe. Both had corsages of cymbldlum or- chlds. A reception, held following the ceremony, was in the Fellowship Hall of the church. House party members were; Mtas Susan Nassar, Miss Phyllis Wcalherby, M!» Carotin Coughlin, Mrs, Jamct Brooks Killer. Mrs. Tom Keith, Mrs, Terry Le*h«r, Miss Linda Miller. Mils Teww Jamail, Mrs. Jerry T?d Roberts, Ml»» Janle Cragg, Mrs. J. W, Bolton Jr.. Mrs. Johnny Bateman. Mi*. Vernoa Strickland, Mm. lie* Carpenter, Following a wedding trip to Guadalajara, Mexico, the newlywvti couple will to at home in Lake Jackson. SANDY'S CASUALS \* 407 S. Main Chile, Texas '^^. • .v Presents *t& | • FASfflONS FOR LESS, LESS, & LESS <• 8 HOUR SALE For 8 hrs.-Buy the wardrobe you didn't think you could afford! (Vassarette baby doll PJ/s-Reg. *13.00 iNOW '8.00 JFew All Weather Coats- 20% OFF IA11 Sweaters-Reg. '12 & *14.00- NOW •850 IA11 Half Size Dresses- 25% OFF 1 Special Group Dresses- 20% to 70% OFF Special Group Knit Jeans Reg. $ 16.00- NOW '11.00] | Other Items Unable to List : See you Monday Nov. 29 for 8 hrs. 9:30 lo 5:30 Bonnie Pugh Owner MtULffWtlKN ELUOTTIHU. IVmrr Mftftka J«M CMuJbjtfeiiM SCHOOL MENUS A GARAGE AND HAKK ul« sporowrcd by the Braioaport ColliTgc Kacully La<iws Club will feature a variety erf ilcnu, us ihawn her* by Mrs. Bob Mrs. Gilbert Bohusliv. and Mr* Barta. Along with all the cakes and holiday foods, Ihr sak <*M feature planU, books, household warm. camping ixpiiprrwnl, clothe, ami the Faculty»c* will tw writing ctillnc (or ihop^rT'* The *-»k u H>< <or I)« t »( S< Mkfo«l'» CalhoJk- Church 1UU in t^ke J*(k-io*i (rocn i * m J't»crCTla *ilt ^o(of ihe (troop'* NATIONAL BANK NATIONAL IAMK THAI TO U«I JAC*«O«t KINC;SVIU,K - Cntt 4 7»- yvar-oli) great Krjndnvothrr from Marvcli. Ark (m4 MICHES and hj p^)in«-v» .u J d> «1 in a South Te%as univorsUy" 1 To the "IUCCCM." emprudcaJI) "ym." wscrt Mr* Oma I'etcr»on"> professors .it Texas Ail University Just J» affirmative arc Mrt ThontpMn and hvr (iurnuinr> mother concerning the "hapjuncw". Tangible evidence o( success came during the recent Grand I'rairu- Art Festival. Sluttgart. Ark Shr ottered a |>hoio({rap*i. "Palnu Near U-AU Mail." that the tad taken for an industrial arts roum' and a watrrcnlur. '"South'* i- » t »a» (or MI art (loth Mr-* -A'Ti tiliw Tlwsnpuwn U I "Earelusir e Bui Itie^pettsire 99 More To £lam More Hoar Complete Cosmetology Course,,, *199M Smart Women Use Our Service anil Save! (A)M o»«cr afld operator of Agnew Beauty Acadtmv S6M THephooe Kd. M4-I7M and Agne* Bt»uly School JZ« Uvalde 45J-7H1 in Houston) : COLLEGE Circle Ha> Job t»ke t Transfers »i,.. : |MLll !»...!...» MONDAY: lettuce, y^e cr»p. TVkSDAY; Cwn «bip , ranch »lj k? tws»r» ; »<*i ; ftulfy . «*Utltt. VHIDAV DAMtl'HV MUStiAV I'U io * purk tiaM. »•*««« w( f»lt», TltlHStlAV MI bun. funSt? l«rjnr» KHIHAV )-nr fnr.( Great-grandmother finds success Texas college rnctil uixv, church is 85 today IIII A/OK I \ Ah nuU be hrki 1,34*) bj (h«. y\nl ti4p<i.«l Crwrvh at nhl To-.n art* i!rx/r* in ra-itory and art* Mrs Thompson'* priic pirturc *ai JD in A K Grow' (ir<ii.i. IrvduMrul Art* ctuirnun, w>» ttut h« »nd hrr cUaim^tvs arc all unptrtd by r»-r dcfJicatioa Htmilarly adcats Ikn I* lluli 1 ). veteran art faculiy nienttxrr »ho advisct) her on her cla** scttedulmi; and hat her in a »«ctiw Jon Tnornpsun <na relatiant Uutjtu the course which produced the wmiung water culor Mrt, Klujbelh McColl. liDriniiorj mother at l^*« Hall, where Mn Thompson lives with 136 utrwr co-cds, nay* thai "She (its in very well The «irU resjtct and admire her. and iihc Ukcs a personal mu-rrii in them " For hw {u rt Mr* T)iofnp»oo sjys that the girl* arc congenial and never disturb ,»r Mr* Thompson's work toward a niiisu^'s degree in hi»tory with a minor In industrial arts reprcwnu a nuijur departure from her criminal vrx'atiuiuil aim*. A \vn graduate of ily of Arkansas with a in dicictic-s and of Barnis lluipital in Si- IxMUt, tta: ua» working as a dietitian when she became I1J. T)wt'» wlien she decided la go luck to icrwol, in a warm climate, enrolling at A&J in 1SW7. Because she loves lo work wit!) her hands, she started out in mduilrui] art*. Plaitics, paints, , ceramic*, photography, sterling tolwiqut's. . .aJJ have claimed IM.T inierwil. A favorite historic-ill period the does not have. "J enjoy (Continued on Page 7) p m »rt«l limner en that HKMtY MKHHIU *& (or.r tl*» N> tiag' !,»< tfc*o> «Ur««l »«4 bat* tfscrv 5. lion ( (Uim > »cnu»»« to«n» lot ut H HSU A HIIOK it M,I >tm H Morrffl Fumituni Sak*t t Ron to I 1111 Bt*i*«p«t HI.J Fr««port, Toxai Special! 3 BIG DAYS MONOAY'TUESDAY-WEONESOAY SNACK BOX 2 PIECES KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN, MASHED POTATOES, GRAVY AND SISCUIT . o REG. 85* ONLY 58 C COLONtL SANDERS' It's fin&r tickM FOR FAST SERVICE CALL 297-272?! M

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