The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 5, 1971 · Page 28
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 28

Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, December 5, 1971
Page 28
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ToxtiSt Sunday, December S, 1971, Section II, I'agc4 Auxiliary .The Veterans of Foreign, treasurer will be elected nt the Wars AujcUinry, post 8978 will meeting, Members ore urged meet Dec, e nt ?:30 p.m. nl the to be present pwt home off Highway J88. A STILL TIME LEFT... FOR PORTRAITS FAMILY GROUP SINGLE • Color & Black & White HAVE YOUR PORTRAIT TAKEN NOW FOR CHRISTMAS CHADWICK'S STUDIOS ISISI ItHA/.oSl'OKT KI.VI). f-'UKKt'OKT Miss Walker wed to Thomas M. Oil lard SWEKNY - Mr, and Mrs. Thomas McElroy Dlllard arc making their home In Houston following their wedding on Nov. 27 In the First Baptist' Church In Sweeny. The Kev. Charles Chance led the couple In their double ring ceremony before an altar tanked with arrangements of mums and gladioli entwined around spiral candelabra. Miss Donna Sheffield and Mrs. Johnny Finlcy provided the irnditlonnl \vcddlng music. The bride, Ha- former Linda Irene Walker, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vlrles S. Walker. 706 Shady Dr.. Sweeny, She is a graduate of HI BROCKMAN'S ItClOflNOtHlm FABRIC Oift. IM THCIU LAKE J4CX50N AND wqir COCUMBI* iAVE OH (HIS <IOU O«t FABRICS REDUCED., i. 50% SEWING NOTIONS 10% BROCKMAN'S WE*! COtUVSU L»KC JACKIOM SEW WHAT'S NEW Solomon Fabrics BONDED ACRYLIC .Vv;iiljlilr in in;iu> iliid-n-nl volors. cmirttinulinj; Mi(i«K. clirck-,. lui-rtls. fio" wide. Marhinr Crral fw Iniliitav wear. '2 99 YD. FELT JuM iii liiui- (or Oimlmus itrvurtitf. IX Vibrant cti|,<rs, and lo 1 99 YD. FELT SQUARES iiryr .isMvrtinrnt inclmllnH f"t. , and 10 NET A must («»• >uur Christmas. . .conm in .ixsorlctl culnrs. . .inclndiii); rrd. Rri-m. uint white. 5 YDs - $ l $100 Values good thru Wednesday AH hrnur-'arr l-'irst Quality, lull fleets Crom regular stock. I'-ilU-rus In Slock: Simplicity.;MrCalk. Butlrrkk. Vogur. LACK'S PLANTATION CENTER Sphone 297-7451 Hours 9:30 to 6p.m. n Sweeny High School and attended Wharton County Junior College. She Is presently employed its «n executive secretory at Central National Bank In Houston. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Wiley M. Dlllnrd of Saratoga. Ark. lie is a graduate of Louisiana Tech of Huston. Ui, lie is employed us u design engineer for Deltn Engineering Corp. in Houston, The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a formal-length gown of orgaiun and chnuii luce, fashioned in Empire lines. Tlw long bishop sleeves' flowed lo deep cults of chiinti lave, and ;> panel of chantl late, enhanced the entire front of the high- necked gown. The A-linc skirl swept t« elaborate fullness in the back, forming n circular chapel length train encircled in matching lace. Her full, ticml veil of silk illusion fell (nun a matching bow of orgmwi. The bridal bouquet was t>f colonial design with stock florettcs awl baby's breath entwined, Mrs. Hes ClM»«k, M">t«-r uf the brklc, of Houston, was thv matron uf honor. BridmunaitU were: ML« Ovnna Ciaiiion, Houston. Miss t.tmia Uaulreau.x. fkni.simi. JIK | Miss ClK-ryl Stewart. Auntm T»H> bride chose for her at' tcndanls long (lowing gowns of burgundy velveteen and pink floral silk. They all carried nosegay bouquets of hot pink carnal ions and American Uwiuly Hoses. Serving as best man was Allen Crawford, of Norman. Okln. Groomsmen were Pete Dt-sordl, Vli-ksburg, Mis*.. Hollis Downs, of Huston. La,. and Bill McUunch. lUiytown, Scott ami Jimmy Walker, brothers of the bride, lighted the candles, and Wesley Johnson, llmnknt, iiiul Mike Uaker, llouiiiui, twhcrcd. Kor her daughter'* *««kliiig, Mrs Walker i-l«wc <i dn-sw ol tHMj-p \»urst«l wool accented with tUirat trtm She wore brown acci'^iiorto. and a ot while cyinbidiuin Ttw brukTjrootirs inotltcr wore a tin-** of hot junk knit with black, wecc'taurtM. Situ* «l«> «ort» a v»i-»j^i- itf while rymbiilttmt urvhtds. A rerepliun was Iw'ttt immediately liillntkint! 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