The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on May 27, 1957 · Page 8
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as will music recitals pod' First Baptist Chuch. An intermission ferent groups. The first group Ward, Jafne* Day, )ick Jones. Ptiil Stall C6rtilp«nd«fti NEW VORK -». (ffl Mrs, Ken Minix Tills Committees At Sorority Meet , MrS. Ken Minix, president, -Ipptttrtted committees for the 'tSmiflg year at the recent awtttag of the Sigma Iota Chapter of Beta SiTtna Phi, "held in the Civc no?n Of ttrt Srazosport Savings and the chairmen aoponted art »s follows: Mrs. ViviSH Flynt iprowam: Mrs Mildred Baker, ££ k ""terry"'Fiynt; fer^^r^i: ESSS **> San, waj-s and means: Mrs. Loiraine Wallace, service; arid •JWrs. Patsy Batterson, publl- fcity. . ^ . The State sbnvetilion of Beta SlTrtli Phi, 1o be hfld in San Antonio in Jane, WKS discusir . fed. Mrs. CoKey will represent the chapter at We convention and fox* other members plan td attend. • The social committee for Ihe. edming ye«r rnade plan*, for t pot luck luncheon to be hMd M July, Members win tip? • covered (Bsh, and at that ' Hire the chapter's yearbook will be discussed. Another social event is planned for August. Mrs. Batterson gave two programs, the first being "the True" and the second "The .Seauiful." The secretary's report was •given by Mrn. Vernon Rich- .ards, and a gift was won by Mrs. O. Newman. Refreshments were served j i* the 15 members present by 'tie hostesses, Mrs. Richards jthd Mrs. Stanton Vicrk. 2 Angleton 4-H Clubs learn Record Keeping „ The Friends and Neighbors *.4-H Clubs met jointly at the home of, Mrs. H. H. Karris siast week at Angleton. ^ Mrs. R. S. Newberry gave "a demonstration on "How To «K*eo Records." and the girls forked on their club reports •following the demonstration They were led in recreation bj .•Jtay Newberry. During the business session members of the two clubs voted to buy a gift for Mrs Margaret Stewart, who is re Signing her position as assis •Ian home demonstration agent Also discussed at the meeting were plans for a social, to be 'held after school closes. Music Recitals May 27*28 graduates Heads Bigger This Year, Survey Shows M, 1 IIWUI- >ir annual light and nning it 1 \ the free. huch. Mil be at idn period of the dif- o play to- Le'e taylor v, Kenny lien ^lack- Keith Irett, Bryan Closs, and ipil of ttar- cttril«a in the earl program will be a duet by ftlchard an. Patride Oartett, and a Cartel, by Kenny »«yberr?, Lethe Bell, Qtngtt fhmmas, ana Mrs. -Thomas. Aibett L. Closi \«11 plW aft drgan duel *rtth the teacher, the later ftrofcp on tonight' <. pr&grarh -wit include Budd» Morgan, PrisciHa Jane Townes, Mary Frances Maliold, Letha Bell, Patricia Morjati, Barbara Groves, Sandra McMinn, Carolyn fritJgerald, fiarbara Mc< l-errsn. Kaficy fhotnas, Patricia GSrrett, Shirley Insall. Hcta graduates' heads are gettitlg bigger. The hatioti's cap iiid gown industry reports this trend, without speculating whether \ dievat times, "Academic people are gervative people," said grvv , l niik. "If anything, the: colege traditions are getting InitalUd 'About the only mbderniz- winiuu* op^vw»™»«*o .-.-—-—— j ADOUl inc U*HJ mwAc»ni«. the cause is cfifnniihg on ">°n: a tion I can think of Is in the i me OIUMI...! -•.*. ;~'i.— full of vitamins, of oft food »or: add)liorl o ^ tne z j p per InsteadJirt 'the recent SUdlUon held in thbught. ' O f hook-and-eye closing," said iHbuston. Graduates also are taUer, on . Mrs Catherine Ciraci, nf the -^ the average _.,.! New York office of the Colleg"Matter of fact, we find the ' j^ g f,^ an j 0,,^^ Co. graduates are spreading both I- giaCk rerhain* a "musf for ways," reported one «»P ""i collegians, with a couple of ex- own manufacturer who cUdnt ^pt,*^ Rudnlck said irten re ceiving a doctorate /ant his name used. Both 8*x«* , "this seems to apply ^to/both boys and girls," he continued. •We now frequently measure gowns fot high school seniors are six feet three . ' •'„;•'. "A cap siie of 71 or 7| used SOW CRISES e4w * W ' BUY ALL |f . A piano-otssn dttfct fill iveh by Jean MtKftlgM ai*d •i* teaeher. today's Jirst prtegrarft wlude .tud? SotfeM, Sita c-ayle Moseie*! ., La«l ftai MineY, BfrtiWa fto>iU, Statlha Xrause, irfary LdUt*e Kfause Sue taylor, fatrtci* Chen Maureen Olrisnard Gfttfey, Jfuwe PeftHen S««ell r afti tadt fay- lor. A duet will b« rendered by MaHha afltl Maf> " ' Ktiuse. fle^tttlin^ fil» tatter fiart ef the prdgra^ vltt V varal so- 'es by Aiteen O'Gorih*- s>nr' T^dnias, *UpliS ot Mrs Mafe' fiakiej'VW ttartn Cnarlana M;eieT58i, JahAla Welds, Nina. Merle; ._ Lotfta Jeaw Pursiey, James Soltoh Lynddtt Jtohttsori, Car* ot Ann Moseley, And 8 «MSri6- ftrtstey more [tiarold Davis, <* ?e!o. ••• Certificates and pins Will be awarded at eich ptowann to the stu'dents wno ' a couple of ex- RtVEHOALe, N. 6. -M«— !k said irten re-|Populatibn of this g6**tnrnent ate at Yale may construction tdWri.' wMc|» grew •, those receiv-j ou t bf th* f; pritrte near th< wear Vale blue, ------ , ing a doctorate at Harvard may wear the Harvard crirhson. It is at the high school level where such shades as royal, navy- and powder blue, gray. Garrison dam site, has dropped to 412 families. It hit a peak population 6f 4,000 in 1954. , maroon and white have moved ! rt cap sue VL i j wi • n "a^« ^ i to be a rarity ... now both are ac , commonplace," said H. B. Rud-1 — nick, vice president ot Cox. Sons and Vining, Inc., a 120- year-old firm. . ! The industry, which is moving into Its peak neason, re-« ported more variety in color and fabrics in' commencement attire. Otherylse, little change in on the black, said Mrs. Cir W. L1GON FOSTElt Your qUAllfied candid*!* for* COUNTY TREASURER Paid rollUcnl Adr. We Handle A Complete Line OP ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE SELLERS- HARBOUR Insurance Agency PHONE s-un SIS Park Are. Frcepori Quality DIAMONDS $17.95 TO $1,500.00 EASY TERMS HO CARRTOfQ CHARGES McSP ADD EN JEWELRY "CREDIT JEWELERS" TKXAS At your Bulf stations now... AMERICA'S FINEST GASOLINES ...AND PROUD TO PROVE IT NEW BULF CREST Made with a new, exclusive Gulf formula to keep engines cleaner, quieter, smoother-ruoniag. Packs more potential power per gallon than any other gasoline. Gulf guar> unite* peak performance without knock or pre-ignition. 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Luncheon Meat 29c Regular or BUquick Buttermilk Con Olson Creamery Butter Tasty Sliced Bacon ft!"*?. 49e Pork Chops ™'<*i firMiBeanj 19 " 1, s- 2 * 25o Birtttr Cream CO»N Cakt«Jk i infl«l Food Hut Bir Cik» M VelDtl«foent •Vwwi IW^ f HWI ^__ . , ^ !,^# i & -:W^

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