The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 78, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 19, 1950 Page: 7 of 16
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*rta Mae Henry
ies Bride of
st L. Pounders
,t>e of interest to a wide
if fiends here is that of
Vrta Mae Henry and For-
Puunders, both of Rock-
•n, ceremony took place
October id, at C:45
Hn the evening at the First
Methodist church in Freeport, with
the Rev. Houser reading the dou-
ible ring service.
The bride chose for her wedding
| a suit of royal blue gabardine with
which she wore gray accessories
In keeping with tradition she also
wore something old, something
new, something borrowed and
.............. rtC-re Mioa
Georgia Faye Henry and Robert
Henry, cousin and brother of the rison and Wade Cass homes Friday. A baby girl weighing 10 lbs, 5 ROCKDALE (Tex) REPORTER_7
bride. j Clifford Stigall, of Thrall, spent oz., arrived at the Cameron hospi- ---*-_____-,^.rvwwu.
Immediately following the cere- Sunday in the homes of Tom and tal at 3:10 a. m. Tuesday, the
mony the couple left for Galveston H- H Stigall. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Mr- ‘,n^' , rs W Tbornbi
where they spent a brief honey-! ---- 'Dee Williams. She has been *’f Sarl anc^ ,s
moon and later went to Houston i Mrs. Ray Seay underwent surg- named Dee Anna. tail ot otockdale, spent tl
to visit with relatives of the eroom 'er>' at St. Edwards Hospital in ----- -— <'n' 1,1 tlH> h
— - - John Pruett.
October 19. 1950
visit with relatives of the groom iery al ®t. iuiwaras Hospital in ----- -—
The bride is the daughter of Mr Cameron on Tuesday of last week. Reporter Ads Get the (Rapes.
Robert E. Henry, of Sinton. She!
has made her home here with her
James Alford, of Houston, visit-
d in the home of his parents, Mr.
nd Mrs. Tom Alford, tnis week
nd. Also Weldon Alford of Rock-
new arrivals include a
e variety of crepes and taf-
in solids and plaids, sizes
7i 10 to 24V2.
r$ > ^
4.98 to 12.98
16.00 to 18.00
12.95 to 19.95
NEW SHIPMENT OF
TS & SWEATERS
1.98 to 5.98
1.98 to 5.98
grandnarer4'’ 1'T>— rxj i
and the late Mr. Henry. She grad-1
uated from Rockdale High School
in 1949 and during her high school]
career she was popular and took i
part in all activities of the school.
Since finishing she has been em-
ployed in the local office of South-
western Bell Telephone Company.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Pounders. After*
finishing from Rockdale High
School in 1945 he entered the U. S.
Army where he remained for some
time, seeing service in Japan. He
is employed at the Fred Pounders
Mr. and Mrs. Pounders will con-
tinue to make their home in Rock-
By Mrs. Carlton Ann*»ss
See The New
ith the Arrow-Narrow
et heel that really tapers
M EADS DRY GOODS
San Gabriel, Oct. 17.—There
seems to be pretty much of a dry
spell here and I guess if the good
Lord is willing we will have some
rain in the near future, at least
most of us hope so, I’m sure.
Jess Wilson, of Calallen visited
relatives here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Truehart,
of San Antonio, and Mr. and Mrs.,
Jack Stiles, of Austin, visited Mrs.
Andrew Garner Sunday.
Miss Arnelle Shavers was home
over the week end visiting with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mose
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fulcher
were in Talacros Saturday visiting
Tofn Fulcher, who is ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Cass and
children were in Taylor Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brock, of
Lake Charles, La., Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Miller of Amarillo and Mrs.
Artie Brewer of Taylor, spent Fri-
day in the Mose Shavers home.
Mrs. L. L. Moseley along with
i Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Linke and
daughter Linda were in Austin last
Tuesday. Linda has been on the
sick list and we all hope for her
a speedy recovery soon.
T. H. Lovelace and Willie Love-
I lace were in Cameron Saturday.
James Nutto, of Blinn College,
j visited his mother, Mrs. Scott
| Bonds, and other relatives this (
j week end.
Mrs. Leah Anness, Sharon, Mrs.
Winnnie Herron and Joy were in
Cameron this past week.
I Mrs. Buford Price and children,
j of Waco, and Mrs. Alfred Price, ofj
| Cameron, visited in the Betty Har-
uy it at
W here You Get You
jlastic Cuttery Trays
etal Cake Covers
[lastic Cake Covers
Electric Hot Plates
ngel Food Cake Pans
st Iron Skillets
luminum Turkey Roaster
aluminum Percolators 1.15 to 2.79
'int Frozen Food Cartons, ea. 6c
Polyethylene Freezer Bags 5c to 15c
Toy Cash Registers 1.98 to 2.49
Toy Stoves 98c - 1.85 - 2.98
f>aisy Air Rifles 1.98 to 7.50
ilsterine Tooth Paste 10c and 25c
vashmere Bouquet Lotion, New
^ dispensor top (plus tax) 25c and 39c
Ladies Cue Panty
Hand Embroidered Gown
Ladies White Slips 1.98 to 2.35
66x76 Double Cotton Blanket 3.65
Men's Bill Folds 1.50 to 5.00
Pocket Knives 35c to 3.50
Metal Medicine Cabinets 2.65 to 3.75
Gas Heaters, 38000 btu 18.95
2_60c bottles Wildroot Cream
50c Jergen's Lotion with
>er Gloves, pair
* Machine Needles in tube
Wick s Inhaler
Toy Sewing Machine
Ipbhild's Training Panty
Dispenser (plus tax) 45c
Colgates Tooth Paste 10c, 25c, 45c, 59c
Lustre Cream Shampoo 25c, 49c, 1.00
Woodbury's 1.00 Hand Cream
(plus tax) 50c
Asbestos Back Stove Mats 59c to 1.98
Boye Crochet Hooks, only 10c
Shoulder Pads 50c
Vaseline Lip Ice 10c
THIS IS IT!
Store Closes October 28
INCLUDING STORE FIXTURES
Regardless of Price
If you want to Buy GOOD Shoes at HALF PRICE and BELOW—DON'T
MISS THIS BARGAIN EVENT which will start Friday, Oct. 19, and Run
through Saturday, Oct. 28.
BIG TABLE OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
Your Choice, pair
BALANCE OF LEASE ON BUILDING AND FIXTURES ALSO FOR SALE!
flicker's Variety Store Zoblotsky Shoe Store
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Cooke, W. H. The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 78, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 19, 1950, newspaper, October 19, 1950; Rockdale, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth693733/m1/7/?q=pounders%20henry: accessed January 28, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.