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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 6

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'•Honeycuff-Prince vows said in Bapfisf Cnurcn ceremony I AKK JACKSON - Ml*« Wanda l**n PHw* UK) w.t. i*y itmwyatt »*r» w»ti*'i i" mirrlM* In •r»n<n*1lfti<»*r. t\f* at 4 p.m. *•! •!!•*•> Ih Willow !>rl«» Hn>fl»» rhiirrh. TYw hf!4* If i Mr. a«t Mr*. of I.eA* jftr J. f gtrttr .if l'Hti<» Mr. Mr*. R. i: horn*. T*f. TNt It* v. "••Hit* IR th<Mr >»miM» rim? »wee In i **tl|nt •fihurtmd »l»h <-M*«l» tr*o» «n4 frrrw. Mr*, lltrt*/ I T»t<inff'>- rt4*>l th* wifrfitl wilt' «w) • I*'* ftrrnmf*nl*~l th* nolnllH. Mr*. I . ( . R»rhr»tt, EMfflnt w> »h» irm of h*r father. Ih* I'd* wof« i flnor l*n(th crswn nr »MI» |»«« d* »M», frtlMIftf i hrtof *rk*» -.( l.Hitel tor*, which crv1*/j In «r*ll0|>«. T»W> IflOlt !«•• i !»•»«« t Rev. Bond to speak at Episcopal Church ANGI.ETON - Th* V»r» M. Thomas' Church In Wh»r- ton, will he gu**t *p*»k*r for the third in • **rl*i »rf t*n- leu aervtc** l>< I* held it th* Holy Cnmf'trtvr Kpl»«"l'«l Church In An|l*t«n rm Fridn) Th* Nlile them, (if Ihal <»f »l/-«»»ml(ulln avbttct which •»eli of. Ihr tpcakcr* d*il wllh In Ihn w**kly a*r*le« which btglnn al 7:90 |..m,, wllh ctwnlnc IM.nrl M>rv*t m tb» IMin »f Ih* Roulhwtit ConHM-illon •<! the i)loe«M »f T*»ia. A nillm Tcioin, ho in a rrwJuit* nl Aekerlx Mitti Sflhnnl, and •llendwl l>"(l, T*»in TMh and Afltoni Rial"before onUrini th* irrnnj Mrvlc** in IMI. to lit* IMS, h* WRI r»- U-«»d from •c(l«* dutjr (>• II* Air Fi/rco lUMrm, awt i* rartfntli Mrrlin at a Mufjr IR Ih* tMMth Air R»- *«rv*, Klllnftoa Air t»Tt» After ifj*«idi«c to r«r» in ll>* IrtMttMfa M«H, Ih* IMT. ii'ind Mrierxt Kptwipal Th*». I' tlcil (Umlatrr 'if UwBouth- **at, grtductlic in IK*, upon mrrlnc for Iwu y»ir* in th* mlaalon fl«ld, h* e«m* In hl« l>r*M«t church in whirtoa. M* la now **rirtnc <xi Ih* li"trd of Director* f»r Ih* Am*rle» MM! Croaa, whtr- l"ti t>*y HttMerr Aivwlillon, •nd la UM preeM«nt of th* wharinn MIHetorlal AlllaMt. II* la a member nf the M- {•rtmeat c4 cnriMiu Social M«Utlon«, Uw Department of Mlialon. and Ih* n*p*rtmeat l Ecumettioil and urier- Church Relalloni in the Kpl«- cupil Uiooee* of Ten*. DID YOU KNOW Nothing I* murf v»lu- abl* In you Than .'!•!( Aaniirinrc living w*ll griMm*d and cnrrn lly dreaaed help you ID attain aelf- ainuranc* Ploy*** It on Sele liViflt LaJi* r*xu REV. MARVWBOND Holy Comforter speaker wrist*, Her veil of (Huston toll from a crown adorned wtth lac» mnltfi re-*fflt>roM*r»d *lth peart*. *h* tarri*d white gtametllM <M top of a white RIM* with rlbtmn ilreamer*. Ml»i Jurtr SIMer of I.*ke Jackewn wa* (he meld of honor. wearing a itreel length i of powder Mue, fasfe- wHh a itlgMly dniwd and a belled skirt. X She eirrkKl a bouquet of y*|. low daffodil* and aeatla. RonaM Hlehirds of Coll*g» nation was Ih* groom •« t*at man. Spencer Hurley and Jay CnHeMUId lighted the cen- dle* and also **rr*d u u*h*r*. For In* oerulon, the brld«'« mother chose a twin •Ilk dr*i§, brnwn and pink aircesaortea, and i eoMag* of J'lftfc pontpoft ffiuniJie Th* mother of the groom wore a twig* null, brown ae- «***orl**, and her corsage was a!*o fashioned of pink pompon*. Following the ceremony, a reception was held al the church. The tab!*, covend with a whit* n*t cloth decorated with blue ribbons, waa wintered" wllh i candelabrum holding while tap*M. Th« three lured wedding cak* WM lopped wllh imlnli- tUM bride and groom. Punch we* served from a cryilaJ service. M*mb*M of the house party assisting with the reception W*M Mr*. Dorothy Nlner ud Linda McKe* of Lake Jackson; Nadlne Ilooeycutt of Coahoma. sister of th* groom) end Elaine Barker of ituntavUle. For a weddlngtrlp, the bride changed Into a white crepe dress, topped with a navy sleeveless coil ud eompte- memted wllh navy accessories and the corsage lifted from her bridal bouquet. Mr. ud Mrs. lloneycutt will make their home In Nacog. doches where he Is employed, she Is a graduate of nnuuw. port High School and attended Sam Houston Stite Teacher* college. Her groom la • senior at Tens AAM.Uttvcr- •«». u-% • AmgoJ- the ___„ gue*ta|Mrine weddingwwthe groom'a paternal grand. mottwr from Coahoma. Club members learn how to keep young CLUTB-A «WM "Ketjrtm roMf by flw Way VM Work" VH l»0**- lltM of the Monday ttonrinf meellnc of MM CM* NotM DeiMMitrathm cl»K ft wm. brat* otrttatt tone* *orfc can k»ep thehoMemaiwr yew« If iheuM* new ittwr mere in» three thinga tint he^p • womm Co a MCCOM In My protiiiloa: -00*1 appear*** -OoodlwaHh -tfce aMltty to wort *a*Hy MR. AKDMHS. WESLEY HONETCUTT Bwhanfe double Hot; wnMla* »owa -Photo by Buddy Ol«i* Clute Girl Scoufs take ~ overnight camping trip end • happy and poettlve toward her job. She may eve* aeHww a 40- hoar week and have fret time for nobMM and outilde Inter* ••to. I( WM itoo otmiMd that flrozono HO Club BRAZORJA-The Bruarla Home Demomrt ration club met reoenUy In the home of Mr*. Donald Wllaon. PreildeM at Uw club, MM. Kelt* alette, conducted Uw ewiiwM nwetbif. Secretary MM. Jack Buonpreaented the program on Food Survival. MM. T. chHitlanaon received the myitery package and MM. Nancy Murphy waa e by MM. J. c. carte, mU4» ed by MM. roy Powell. Tne fMetin§, presided over by MM. Helen South, waa opened vttk a pMyer by MM. Helen Wooatoy. MembtM aMrwered roll can by naming the ehOMi they dfcUkedtodo. Mn. Caotri WM elected flrii iHernate detente to UM dta- trlct meeilnt at BelivUte. II wu decided ttalUMCtute club will meet with the Lake Jackaon HD Club at Javmlne Hall, on March 10. Mrs. oer. •Mine ue, county homedem. onelratton agent, wm preient theprofMm. MM. D. E. Httdton won the myiterv package. coflee and eooktai were •erred to the 16 member* ud MBS LINDA JEAN FTTZ- GERALD'S oMag*m*nl lo Elmer Jo* J*««k la announced by h«r |»r«ntii, Mr. and Mm. M. I). FMI*- gerakl of l.ak* .riekunn. The urcwm-elMt IK Ih* *on of Mr. and Mra. U U. Jaiek, nl»o ol l.akp Jack- eon. The wedding In planned for June 26 In the Flrrt Method!*! church «f Lak* Jackeon. Invitations are extended through Ih*pr*fi8. -.Grecntaeric photo ARIA JEWS INVITED TO SERVICE Sibbith etrvfeM f,... Jews in 0* *fM will i, held on Frtdw it 7i SOp ~ •I ID* Ut* jMkion ft,,, BlBkAfli**. Or. and MM. Leon,,,, Levin*, hMl tti hotu,. tot Uw eiJMUnif Unit an Jews to aoMd, parion*. are asked to «ili cv 7. 7*14 for further Worm,. •ton. Columbia FHA WEST COLUMBIA-MM. i E. Gilbert (am * talk dlieun. sing valuta Important i,, homemakers to the rulur<> Homemakers of Columbi, High school, recently. The speaker introduced h* r talk with UM American (writ- •ge ud explained UM impor tance ot mortU to the girli MM. Gilbert stressed th^ "happiness that *H1 eon,, lo n dri who marries knowing she Hal lived up to high moral standards." CLUTE-OIrl Scout Troops 177 and IS1 went on an overnight camping trip at Uw beach, recently, working toward several badges during the trip. PTA visits classrooms BRAZORIA-The Bruorts- Parent Teacher Association held a brief business meeting In the elementary school auditorium followls*, a "browsing" type open bom* Tuesday night. Approximately ISO people attended. The FlM Department Auxli- Isry. American Legion Auxiliary, Rebekahs, Eastern star, Home Demonstration club, and the Brasorla Study Club provUed refreshments. There wu no program but president Avon Williamson and Principal Glenn Morris the pleuuM good turn- Takiat part in tlw trip war* •bout 31 Junior oirl Sootftf. and UVM CadMltl, BooU* OU§, MweyctrrUr.aadSlNl. to-BnlpM, and te*d*M, Troop 377, Mr*. K. J. Hill) and Troop lit, MM. pmy ctrritr. Tte irowp ctoywd at abMeh nmiM at Surff ld«, wllh boo- flM dttrlac Uw twntof. Tb» Mxt day Uw girU took a 10. mite baaoh hike. >Durla« Uw stay, Uw JuaiOM prcpaMd Uwlr own mttU. Svvtral nogt aid cam** proMd«d rtcMttton. OUWM pMMot inelodad K. j. lilt* and Betty JIM Snlpta, ud Eiptonr Scoot MlUtr Klnc from Troop 381 ttt Glut*. Klnc dtmonitMM tb* lylnf ot knot* and first — — - - — — — 'mw aw iwwiMtjaBirB BIN free guests, MM. Bruce Run- _ . « ... KRiSBS"'"' EA Scoff fo prepare food for PTA supper JOT tin occaa- •fon, ajtdtneourtgvdtvcryom to rttura tor othor PTA m*«t- Circles to meet LAKE JACKSON - Circles HI and IV of Th« women of UM Flratpresbytertanchurch will nwwt at 7:30 p.m. Twa. tfau j-t"i ", ... "*'• »*l*i~i 4^, Clrctoawrttt4.et.ttb, hom« of Francia Colrln, U« S«f», and ClroU IV al Helen Nutter'a home it an Birch, FREE DAYLlLIES-new member* of The Britoiport Itemeroeallla Society are being given 10 nameddayliliea of their choice, from a Decompiled after a poll of mem- bera' gard.n*. U they Join before April I. The Society will hold Ita tint meetlni of Uw year on Sunday at 8:30 p.m. in Uw Lake Jackaon state Bank Annex. The program hi* been chanted due to Uw lllne** of Uw (neat apeaker. Mill Dorothy French of Hotuton. However, Ml** French "•f. f«P«»d % program on dayUIy hybrldlilng which will be preeeotod by MM. J. p. Buettner. MM. J. c. Brockman of Weat Columbia will b» on bud to uawer uy queatloo*. ANOLETON-A choice or a combination of barbecued •hrlmp and fried fish will highlight the menu for the Southflde Parent-Teieh*rs Aaioclillon Seafood Supper to be held on March 20. Serving lime will be 5:30 p.m. lo S p.m., and the food will be prepared by E. A. ScotU In addition lo the main eoune, the dinner menu will Include baked beans and coleslaw. Tickets are priced at $1.00 for adults and $1 for children, and will be on sale within a Correction In Tuesday's Facts, the •octal security tax rate Increase percentages should the proposed medicare bill pus were In error In an account of a Soroptlmlat Club meeting. Dr. W. H. Nelms was quoted u saying the rates would Increase from Uw preient 3S/8 percent employee and em. ployer to 4 7/8 employee 'and employer. It should have read 3 7/8 percent instead of 4 7/8. few days. A poster contest to advertise the supper la now underway, with Mrs. Jack Mann and MM. Frank Celeoski as cochairmen of UM contest, which will end on Monday. Posters will be judged by grade groups, with grades« three through, six, atsouthilde * Elementary School, eligible to enter. Prlui of $3 for UM best poster, ta for second place and tl for third place will be awarded. Firm adds display case for pastries 9 An Innovation for local area bakeries la the refrigerated display case at Karl'a Bakery in Angleton, when pastries containing whipping cream may be viewed before purchasing. Such Item* as e'clalrs, strawberry cakea and pi**, cream puff* and cheese cake 1 bad to be kept In the wfrlg- erator out of sight, prior to the arrival of this case. •KB 19 STYLE-WISE FOR THf WDGET-WISE' Tailored to Smart Living and Young Budgets by Famous BASSET in glowing Mahogany! FaihJonoble simplicity of styling, the elegant gleam of walnut-toned surfaces, the beauty of graining in the care- fuliy selected mahogany woods combined with upper-elan workmanship make these bedrooms outstanding for value at this low price. Choose from three most-wanted com- binotions . . . king-size, twin-size, or full-size beds! UDfT: This Outetsndine; Bedroom Includes Big SDC Drawer Double Dresser, Pull She Panel Bed end Spacious Four Drawer Chest! ALL 4 Pieces Just... S 155 $10 MONTHLY tat of Construction Feature* ThroughoutI • Orewen ere duitproof. center. •uided, doireteiUd with «,,„ Mk Interior eemtruction • Wrhburati Twin Ground H*»e 6l*u Mirror, • Swfaatd In genuine mefcoajny. wrm wirm welmit.tono finlih HWY. 288 CtUTE AN 5-2555

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