The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on May 24, 1957 · Page 2
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Freeport, Texas
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Friday, May 24, 1957
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••',' «, ***** &fl& SrMstlft deunty, May, May ISA Chapter Has Pledge Pin Rites flit tegular monthly meet- tig at the Kappa Delta Chap. tff At the fipsflon Efgma Al- fhi Sorority was held Wednesday in the home Of Mr*. Bob Durham. The pledge pin ritual wa<- conducted by the president, with Misses Eleanor DelBonls. June Fulton, Bobbie Long and Mrs. Billy Mayse receiving their pins. Yearbooks were presented j to each member and a vote of thanks was given to the yearbook committee for the work done. June 14 was the dale chossn for the first social Junction including families, with a steak cook-out at the La!;e Jackson "Park planned. A dessert coures was served by the hostess W. tIGON FOSTER Tour qualified candidate for COUNTY TREASURER Pslrt Political Adr. Wi Handle A Complete Line OF ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE SELLEKS- HARE 0 UR Insurance Agency PHONE J-S5M Sll Park Arc. Freepert DAR.'-Chapter Hears Convention Reports Banqmt And Prom Held In Houston the last meeting of the season was held recently by the Asa Underwood Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at the Dow Hotel During the luncheon meeting, a report oh this year's Continental Congress, the national convention of the DAR, held in Washington D. C. in April, was given by Mrs. I>. W. Hanson of Peach Point and Mrs. Edwin S. Lammers of Houston. Mrs. Lammers, who has held many positions in the national PAR organization, installed officers of the Asa Underwood Chapter for the coming season. Mrs. W. B. Killebfew of Alvin was installed as regent; Mrs. Flora Humphries of Alvln as vice regent; Mrs. Will WHITE SILK ribbon woven into thin charcoal ntga It fashioned into a day dim from the Trigert collection. Dancing Recital Saturday Night Miss Nancy Betn Bird, Instructor at Nancy's School of Dance in Clute, will present her pupils in recital at the Clute School Auidtorium on Saturday night. The theme of the program will be "A Royal Dream." Miss Bird recently took on the job of teacher in the Blundell School of Dance in Lake Jackson, and the pupils Of that school will be presented in a recital May 31 at the Lake Jackson Junior High School gym* "A Fable of American Dance" will be the theme. iSchendel of Damon,- thaplalh; Mrs. Th*d Davis of Angleton, recording secretary; Mrs. & IS. Empririgham of W&st ColUm- bia; corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. W. Condry of Angleton, treasurer; Mrs; L. L. McMu'f- rey of West Columbia,- registrar; Mrs. Will L. Nash of East Columbia, historian? Mrs. Lee Peters of Alvih, parliamentarian; and Mrs. Paul ker of Freeport, librarian. Hostesses to* the meeting were the Angletbn members, Mrs. Jaines W. Condry, Mrs, ThadJ3a«s, MrV J. P. tail, Mrs, Ellrfi. Harris, Mrs. Sen^ ry W. Muhson, Mfs, Ella D. Haris, Mtsv Henry W. Mufisbn, Mrs. J. Lee 1 Muftayi Mrs. Luther Patterson, and Mrs. ft. J. Worrell, White baskets filled With yellow gladioli were placed at the head table, and several arrangements of yellow gladioli and yellow day littles and fern were placed oft the buffet. Ar- rartgentenfi of coral gladioli were also Useld. The next meeting of the Asa UnderWdta Chattel: will be held it September, in Rich* mond. This will, be a Constitution Day luncheon with the Richmond chapter. Loretta Debuts Loretta Kay is the name chosen by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sikes of Freeport for their new daughter, who arrived at Brazosport Memorial Hospital on May IS, She weighed six pounds and three ounces at birth. "Soft* JShehante-d ttitt ffiS tternejtd* thlS Jtel6r-Senl6f fcSrKJUet tfrbm of the Angleton School, which Was held,, at Cfbern-oltter Hall at the Wat Ity 6f Houston. formal affair.;* Spdffl" ttte.JttnUfr Class each ,*» teftlbeus; history ftySaraH [Siephe«l and Jeahnie SnlntMj aftd BfbpBecy b# Jimmy Jackson HlgH and Barbara Badgier. y«af, Kbtwrtnt the- ersduatlng rnSmbers 61 eMM. ThU Guild Maatifift St. Ann's dull? othey's Episcopal iGfiuftri Will hold Its final rntclM Of thi Mtton Tuesday fdjJHf It th* church. . . . .. the program wlti w IfoduftforV to th* •!«»* ihent, based 6ft tnt of th* a Wften m«et]HH iu4 „—— - 1ft Sep-teffflSet the th« ef the.N, wui M»88 JEHNlfi BETH SfRONd'8 ,n 449 .minl and ap. pteachtos raatrlag* to Mllara Her Uili it annoiuieMt bf hu par*hH, Ift. *na M«. & W. Srront of North Frwport. T!J* pro«t>«eHv« jftoom U lh« ittn 6| Mr. and MM. F. la t«t,t of Voakute. The ceremony will b» toUmalstd May 31, ai t p.*., in lhi» Worth Fr«ep6rt Flflt Melhodltt Chifeh, with B*». M. A. Springfield loading lh» coupU in ihttr tow*. Inyliatton* are luutd through th» preii. CHOOSE FROM PRESENT STOCK... GET IMMEDIATE DELIVERY... SAVE MONEY PICK SAVE today! W« have an excellent selection of Mercury, in itock^q wide variety of body type, and wter$. You can «et immediate delivery on mony model,. And when you choose yoyr Big M from th, model, w* hove on di»play__or in stock^we are ready to paw pi g «, v in 9l „, to ypw , ^ «,,, j, jw , ^ flat Wfly you ,avel Mercury', record-breaking sale, enable u, to give yo« a generous gllowance for your present car. The woner yow act the better chance yow have to get the Merwry of yowr choice at important savings. -THE ED BUU4VAN SHOW." FIND OUT ABOPT CONTEST: SVW4T EVfcNWG, 7:W TO I: W . IT4TION HJJUfe K48T PAIR AVB. ^ FOURTH ST. •OPP«»|T» 9QW OFFICE- PARKER MOT ORS Dial 3-3648 Dow Hotel Scene For Installation Mrs. T. A. Munson was Jn. stalled as the new president of the Angleton Women's Study Club, in impressive and amusing ceremonies a t he Coral Room of the Dow Hotel, recently. Mrs. William C. Holt also nstalled Mrs. Howard Stewart as vice president; Mrs. Fred D. lalph, recording secretary; Mrs. Arthur Lee, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. R. F. Faickney Jr., treasurer. Appointive officers of the club include; Mrs. Bryan Bur- lelgh, reporter; Mrs. H. C. Bierl, club representative; Mrs. Lewis Munson federa- iron 'counselor; Mrs. A" 3. Caldwell, musician; Mrs. Pearl J. Rucks, parliamentarian; Mrs. Bessie C. Jamison, flowers; Mrs. Luther Ray Patter- eon, custodian; and Mrs. W. B. Patterson, Mrs. J. Ray Gayle, and Mrs. J. Paul Rogers, program committee. The luncheon meeting wai the last of th« season for the club. The first meeting of th. next season is to be held in y€«f, tRe JerUbr cltti colors 6t blue and white Were choMA for the 6olor scherfie. Small pink trees coVefed *ith glitter star* JefVed as cenWrpieiieS On tfle banyuet Style Ubles, ArrafUttnl«fitif of pifik iftd blue dallies Were used eft alt table* except the 1 d table, which hid «?<• gefrifrati or pinK gi*dl61l. Sloe Silvered cattdlei wefe used, and .silvered rhagrtblia leaves ran down the centers of the tables. At Hie prom, the tenter of ntefest in the ballfoftm wai a 10 foot glittered Star, placed behlfld the band Stand With Changing colored light* iocu ed on it. other gutter sta; were suspended from the ceil ing, to pick tip more highlights A mirrored revolving ball wa placed in the center of th ballroom. ' • in the entrance hall, sma glittered start were suspend ed from the celling With crepe paper, and a silvered within well wa* placed In the cente of the half The bucket in th well was filled with .humorou prophecies, wishes and for tunes. :"-^f* Some 300 student* and the! guests were present Musi >vas provided by the 8-piece Les Brown orchestra, which! featured a vocalist. The invocation at the ban quet was given by High Schoo Principal W. V. McDaniel. Su perintendent Of Schools Or Charles M. Kelso, also mad' an address. The welcome to the senior class was given by the Junior Class President Sharon Roberts. Curtis Mayo, president o. the senior class, gave the response to this welcome. 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J The Hartford mao bad ay tm Uuled out of the water at onee,l He apprabed toe damage: eM 10 sah water the tar. Mi a total tost. • ' -• • Within 49 boun I had theV Hartford's check for the fan value of the old ear to help We buy a new one. And 1 went an my way rejotetag that 1 bed been wise enough to faMre wttk t Hartford Oroop AgeM. The above advertisement, whtdi yo« men? hewe **M retemly In IIM and the SATURDAY IVININO »OST, U bated em m extol eoee. tt show* riw qufck, •». dem type «f servlot you con onvoys depeM •»»• rt h*me or away from heae-whe« ye«r ew.le HartfeKMiMUMdl Ihrotogb «e. v«, »*«. SANSOM-DAVIS INSURANCE AOENOY XJO W. Park Avenne FREEPORT, TEXAS •erftrt toMtit »H Msetelly Gee, I never thought of that! Most folks think of money as something to •work for... and they're surprised—and pleased —at this idea: money you save here w money that works for you. Hake your money do o good job for you... put part of it to work every payday, in a savings account where it can immedj- ately start earning for you! The time to begin saving is NOW! CUEBENT DIVIDEND tt

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