The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on May 23, 1957 · Page 4
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'if .. JM..-.,^ ^jaatfaA,,.. . Hew OM Mf . and Mr*. Oefl* i. Heath' e*ek at L«ke Jackson a» *tt- nounctftt * "•* trrivti, tltlr daughter Sh«r>i Aim. Sh« Ut it Srassespott M«ffl- •Hal Hospital M*» i*, Freeport Club Lmrm Picture Framing Mr*. Geraldlne Lee gav* * demonstration on picture framing at the regular nMitMg 6f th« Freeport ROHM nanwatra-' Uon Club, held recently it th« JTSeport Community th* sett** it seven pouuds, two! Mrs. Lee pointed out that In «fid i hilt ounces. ' 'choosing a print to frame, on* consldef th* roc-nt ml Landscape and pastoral frlctilr* tt to hanfe scents; memtes feW told, «at pictures can wore often retted and create • "-- --• — serene, happy thoughts, wher* which fl>8 plctilr* tt to 6r*ate « mood, f or that 41*4. She Stated, it it not . Wthodse a picture tor the Hv- Iftf WOtt 6r family room bn at the first viewing. We are proud to announce THAT J Qarretts' PHARMACY NOW HAS LOCATIONS to SKRVI Tmm or NO. 1 109 N. Parking, Late Jackson NO. 2 101 W Broad, Freeport i. PHONE 7-2475 ot 3-4122 Th« Owrrttte' invite you to visit the new Prwport Location and se« how our friendly- expert aerviee has been expanded to better aero the Brazosport area. a* pictures deal of action dfWft» turblng; tractions. F „ the fame's hobbles afe good choices lot 1 bedrft'pms. MrS. I)6e showed. how a miter box was used .ia'eutting molding for picture frames and demonstrated the method of making mats for pictures. It was explained that mats make the pictures look larger and set the picture off from the frame. In her demonstration Mrs. Lee showed how the mat paper could be covered with colored fabrics', such as velvet and bur* lap, tha colors used Bringing out the colors in the picture. The important thing to remenv be* in cutting mats, it was pointed out, was that for rectangular or Oblong prints, the bottom dimensions of the mat should be larger than the top or sides, whireas in cutting a mat for a square print, the mat dimensions should be the same on all tides. Gesso has returned to favor and is again a popular finish for picture frames. Mrs. Lee showed frames to which gesso had been applied and then grooved with a comb. • following the demonstration, which members found very interesting refreshment* were served b» Mrt. WOlbrecht and Mrj. Morris. 24 HOUR -PRESCRIPTION SERVICE CAREFULLY-PROMfc COMPOUNDED Registered Pharmacist on duty at all times. CALL US AT ANY HOUR,- 7-2475 or 3-4122 EMERGENCY NIGHT NUMBERS BILL 7-6197 TOM 7-2427 FAST - FREE FItikuP tf DELIVERY SERVICE Bride-Elect Is Shower Honoree Miss Kvelyn canuell was complimented with a bridal shower held at the Phillips Club Tuesda evening with the Women of the Church of Christ hosting the party. Miss Cantrell, who will become the bride of J. P. Williams Jr., May 31, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A Cantrell. The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P, Williams* The honoree, her mother, 4»A Mrs, Crosley Is •HA e. fc£«»t«y «**«-». el£ewl It * mWHnf or the SteliC MiHft SctliUly of fttl»6n futon!** MgM, in the Llftdvelt Clubheus*. Qtn«f 6{fi«rJ MWted Wtre: Mtt.^J. ^Cunningham, vi« president: Mrs. T, LTPoehl, sec* and Mrs. Hfthard Me* 1 *^- -««. & o* tRt ** atlUftf Mmw R J. Boudfesux «nd Mrs, J. ford, joined the jfbuf* *t ifwak decided b» ..... _ to start meeting! during th« ¥h« train Bttan a of study ffid Sttniitfen which m»y last *lftw»t t > Mr . Th«i. text 1*111 fci «**«? in Lite" diwuss t eha$» «f t ehiptw at **** t Th* fft«*«At. Wll Sfter the uSU»!1 fel of r l C&OfflfOH • § • Jcnows no IB JU^IJ^LI^U _„,_ ^ wvn^^BVVy rW «v»ry <l«y with tar SOUTHERN BUTANE COMPANY PHONI MW« JOANHE CAIN, dmughk* «t Mr. ao4 Mflu Jfihn f, Cain, ef P*ach ettsi Witt b»co«» ih* brld* »f R6lMtt ft. OlidHtr ^ 7:30 p.m. M Juft. J«, ai Hi* fl*ii JBiplUt Church ol Jonts Crt«k, wlih tt«y. t. b. Mahana? offlei- ailna. Th« parent* cf the pro*p«ctl»« stdtms an Mr. nad Mt*. A. B. Ql«dn»7 o( Or»« Ct»»k. tavitaiieni ate «x< l«nd«d through 1h» pr*u. Sweeny Old Ocean News By MATTIE LEE JOHDAK . The only discussion pertain'. J ing to the fence was the board's Mrs. Cantrell, and the groom- elect's mother, Mrs. Williams, wore corsages for the party, gifts from the hostesses. Miss Cantrell's corsage was an orchid, and the mothers wore pink carnations. Misses Beverly and Dlanhe Wallace, cousins, of the honor' ee, alternated at the guest register and presided over the refreshment service. A crystal and silver epernge filled with Stock, pink carnations and lape fern centered the refreshment board that was laid with a lace cover. White, magnolia* were used guests' register. Mixed spring bouquets were used at vantage points about the room. Fifty-five guests attended the party and the many gifts for the couple's >. prospective new home-were opened and passed arousd for the guests to see. End-of-school parlies for the) elementary and junior high stu. dents have been the order of the past week. However, since neither space nor information is sufficient to note all of them,'we just decided that perhaps it would be better not to attempt to report any of them, from some we had the pleasure of observing — can say the kiddoes and teachers seemed to be enjoying their outings and picnics. The Theo Dukes will load their station wagon this week, end with all the necessities for a vacation trip, and we might add, with four young sons who are making the trip with their parents, there just might be some packing done that may not actually be deemed. neces> for aft arrangement at IB* sary In tht^yeS'of an adult The-.Dukes will spend the first part of their vacation at a fishing camp at Ashdown, Ar. And, then will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T f Lindsey in Vivian, La. ««n.,> greatest part of their around water, they are not, u Weelt en d guests in the home ot Mr - and Mr8 - w - A. Cani. treU and Mr - and «"• L - A lives Wallace included Mr. and Mrs. • Drive with COM ... *v«fywlMr*l twt MI k, fh*w, rf **•/». Mm, *i M AH 44M» ra They're eager.-beaver bee these Chevrolet wagons ! Talk about hard-working wagons! Cheviot* offers you th* handsomest line-up of all Whether you hanker for a wagon tor dNt-yoorsstf projects, to tote out' door gar, or M aa all-round family •W^kaw »** eager beavers to see. Tlwrt are two-deer and four-door with tut- «• nJQt-gasHngsr They owivwt in a flash o«o/ cargo. w there are lou of loads you caa slip ip without btving to open th* topgate. Being Qievrolets, they have the performance, too; up to 245* V8 horsepower that's frisky, smooth and quiet, The one you choose will be a joy to bandit with its steady way of going, its easier steeling and afert response. Sat ymr wagoa at yourjChevrotot dealer's soon! UtHfil*•** ytt. IffO-lf. M mutual* 0*0*** uiriti -Utlfl.. Illf Alvin Kamman of Waco, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kammon end children of Rockdale and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kamman of Kenncr, La. Mrs. J, C. Bailey and her young son, J.C. Jr., left by air to jon their husband and father at his Air Forca Base in Presque Isle, Me. Spring weather on the Gulf Coast and not hinder Mrs. Bailey from packing some heavier clothes for herself and her son, for 30- degree weather still exists in Maine. Was recommended by the maintenance department was in order, and all seven members voted "aye" as minutes of the official board meeting will clearly reveal. Vet, no later than the day following the meeting, the rumor was going about town that one member of the board had voted against- the purchase of the fence for the Little League, and this information was given, post haste, to the manager ot the Little Leaguers, Complete with the board member's nanie who had voted against the proposition. Stop, look; listen, think, and then go to, the proper souiws for information, would be our advice for those receiving such MAZOftlA, TIXAf H.J. u Herb" Myers Is Qualified To Bt Your County Treasurer Because: 1 HI 18 PROVEN IN BUSINESS OPEHATIOW, BATING StlCCESSrtltLT MANAGED BtmtNERSBS IN ANGLKTON AND LAKE JACKSON FOB TWELYI TBAftg. HE 18 FAMIALIAfi WItH LOCAL-tCVtL GOVERNMENTAL PROCEDtJRES. BATING SERVED RIGHT TEARS ON THE ANOLETON SCHOOL BOARD, THE LAST TWO TEARS AS CHAIRMAN. HE HAS A WIDE ENOUGH ACQUAINTANCE THROUGHOUT THE COUNT? FROM CHAMBER OP COMMERCE AND OTHER CIVIC WORK TO OPERATE THE OFFICE FOR THE BEST INTEREST OF ALL THE COUNTY RESIDENTS. HC IS A MAN OF MATURE JUDGEMENT AND HIGH MORAL CHARACTER. For The Beat .Operation Of Your County Treasurer'i Office, Vote For H. 3. (Herb) Myers On June 1 PAID POLITICAL AD. A; *»V • t- FREE! DREAM VACATION for 60! 7 GLORIOUS DAYS!, 6 ENCHANTING NIGHTS AT MIAMI BEACH! WINNERS FLY IN LUXURIOUS COMFORT WITH EASTERN AIRLINE TO FLORIDA! ______ NOTHINO TO BUY! REGISTER of ANY WEI NG ART EN STORE MAY 23 to JUNE 1 •ors* SHORT sum SANFOftntlD SPORT SHWTS son f.14 e Mrs. Clarence Orr hosted a regular monthly meeting of the Sweeny Civic Club with Mrs. L. E. Hughes and Mrs. Barry Chenault co-hosting the event. Mn. Margaret Mowsry of Freeport was the guest speaker and her subject was "Mental Health." Twenty members and one guest heard the very inspiring and educational talk. Mrs. Ernest LeBlanc, vice president and program chairman, presided at the meeting n the absence of the president. During the business session, one new member, Mrs. A. H. Richardson, was added to the club's rolls. Among students borne for the week end with their parents was Gary Wells, a student at A. & M, College and th« son of Mr. and Mrs. Irl Wells. CONCERNING RUMORS — Some well-meaning persons sometime repeat an item of in- ereit without knowing all the facts, and therefore spread a story, unintentionally, that is not quite true. Then, on tb* other band sometimes * person, or persons, relate a story that they know full-well is not so, and the story is told for purposes known only to themselves. A rumor in point, that we would classify in the last category, was one we heard fol- owing a meeting of the school board week before last with some 35 visitors present. The matter of an outfield fence for the ball diamond to b* used tor tha J4ttle ftesgue, which it on proper}y «f *t school, was dkcusaed by the boaro], and by unanimous vote, a decision to purchase « cyclone encs was roads. •»»t»m •aUoB UntitM, brlfbt «et»»» ypkt, l afl Mtota. «M«S. I S-J4. MIN'S 100% IjYLON STMTCH SOCKS ONI SBI Mil AU Ntwttl t»H»na «a4 tfyl»« «<r*B<U». N*v*r Uflrtw«tfti» *H. •IRU' ZlPflU MONT COTTOH SHOtTAU SALE! MEN'S \ UNDERWEAR, 2**» $ 1 v cMfe SHOtH 3 Nr I WMtst T-iHttn LADIIS' SANFORIZED SHORTS $|97 BED JACKETS LAPIW WASHAIU COOL COTTOH KNTT BLOUSES 99" AftittPir 22'W Bath Towtl 5AUD MAKER 2.96 MULTtCOLOl 2.99 , iw COTTON tPILE RUGS IF.'5 OARDWHOJt 1,99 LA»W I'SAI ACSTATI •mil* FANCY TMM Riyon Furies 5 f*$1 rU*/ iio

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