The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 5, 1957 · Page 13
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AStiance Ptatts Foi*Fomfly Suggested for Ntew Mo&er tff fsst. Mft* t wife ha* returned it ota a Maternity stay it fli* faotbltal to i house at hivoe treated by H»e*p*ri«fteed household hands. But not so fat Mrs. Dick ftfttand, who got the situation 1ft hand before It hid a chance <• get out. A registered nurse by profession, she fasnlbasd a tew days' picnic for her husband and two youngster* with advance planning for her asb- fence. The preparation included car* at the children left at home, arrangements for the house to a minimum of up^ keep was necessary, and food already cooked. the children in this case were Mike, * and Pat 3. "I arranged for the little boys to spend their days in a nearby nursery," she said. "If I could have found a reliable lady, t probably would have had her come to the house and take ever, but no one was available and the day nursery worked An ample supply of assorted rtreils and fresh fruit took cart of the few breakfasts her family ate at Home. The children took their noon nefil at the nursery: Jfdi ;dlnaer the planned cold eut« loaf. frl*S baked ha •Ml* i^t HUfc per U| UH itHffUM riBl' inw pr warraei right ill fhetf pingft aftd tifitji ItifSt t9 when th«y Wert first She said. She stacked disposable $6&t plates, cups, bowls and napkins in a dish ra«k OH th* bfeakfaA rootn table to dlsssnrags a sinkful 6f ditty dish®. fot the home where.« houie- keeper d«e» come in, Mr*. KirWand suggests a lilt of household routines taped iiisJd* a kitchen cabinet doot. This should include the children'* naptime and bedtime, a list of television shews they ire ai* lowed to watch, special a&* pointmehts that must be kept, and large daily household duties. "And speaking af lists," add* ed Mrs. Kitkland, "do remem* ber to post one by the telephone that includes the natte of doctor and dentist, and at least two dose friends to call in case tit emergency f and the numbers of plumber, electri* dan and repairmen." "In my ease," she said, "with My boys $o near the same age and site, 1 stacked their clothe* and tagged them with their names so there Would be, no mix-up." .*•. * Miss Evelyn Joy Cantrell Marries The church of Christ HI .evening, way 31, for the mar- Swr- 1 « {he *ettin« Friday riage of Miss' Bvelyft Joy Can—' Well and Joseph R 1 Williams Jr. C. M. Day, minister, of the church, officiated In the double ring ceremony thai united the couple. Parents of the couple are Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Cantrell and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Williams ST., both families of Sweeny. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a ballerina-length gown of embroidered tulle over saOu. Her fingertip veil of illusion was held by a jeweled crown, and she carried a cascade bouquet of carnations and stephanotis Centered with a single orchid. Miss Nelda Cantrell was hsr sister's only attendant She wore a pink net and taffeta gown that was complimented with a blue Iris corsage. Ernie Ellis was the groom's best man. After a brief wedding trip to San Antonio, the newly weds will make their home in Beeville, where Navyinan Williams is stationed at Chase Field. o I. ' .Surprise Party For Knellingers Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Knellinger were surprised*.with. a housewarmint Sunday afternoon at their new home in worth Freeport. i, > Honoring 'the Khellinger's were forty, guests' who visited Id their home from two until six o'clock. Acting as hostesses were Mr*. C. A. .Rainwater, Mrs. Pran* Rutherford. Mrs. Allen Gray, and Mrs. A. H. Doss all of Freeport and Mrs. George Young of Houston. Out of town' guests tor the function were Mrs, W. F. Thisj- pen of Houston, and their son, Bob KneUnger and his family of Jackson, Mississippi. The guests arrived at the Knellinger home bearing re( tre*hinen&, gifts and doom- 'tiona for the party. ! o i . Miss Orsak Honored With Bridal Shower Miss Elizabeth Orsak of Clute. bride-elect «f Blroy Kloesel, was honor* BuwJty with a bridal shower at the Freeport Community-House. Mrs. C, J. Ontjf. and Mrs. [Otto Pleper, both <rf Ancletoa, I acted as hneteseee to \S» ap- [pnndmatebr twenty guests {Present. The color scheme of pink and white was, carried out |inthewhite lace doth over w**"^ wbteb was centered with two large crystal candelabra. A FABULOUSLY FEMIH. IKE harem-aldited evsalag diesa ceow tnm the collec- tiea destined by Rexene. It U in beige silk chiffon geth. ere4 ever e slim tuuhr-tUrt of keife eaMn. The waist is wrapped, and the bediee with piping of CARRIER BOYS IN Anglet« W««t CMwi CALL <*•— A 1 ^A Tiptons To Entertain Viiitefs From Ohio Ttawday from OWe we Mr. an4 T C. Smitfa. «or» ««»«{» »1* Mr- Autts C. Ttpton and «f Clute. The Smithf axe the parent* of Mrs. Tipton. This is their first visit to the Braweport area, and plans are for a fishing tnp. betnc ^^ il W«* Uneasy Madder Mam 0(1 taiiou tndun cutaxTSSwdP I KimU> vat a — IftSK-' tt«f. l-Tho J»I> lrZbtUn" >^Wer.lrSS?»*-5lS?, P« , _. l happy niicf i ' t ' x " >• l^V *x a. CARNATION COTTAGE CHEESE I.** 1 ,,- ^|fi l *'- 'ikJ AKE JACKSON N0.1 WEST COLUMBIA If POSITIVELY FANCY NORTHIRN QRAIN-FID-U, S, CHOICB IEMIUM ... FLAVORFUL \v? * . .-^ ALL-MEAT L«fWA«*j*3 COOKED e M 1 A EH M-ft^f SAL AM '*i A^' Kl "SOPSR QUALITY" HICKORY-SMOKIO CEDAR FARM THICK BA A ft J%- fetf 4| LB, SLICED D A V • W ii 2 PKG. CUt 1..MCM TH.CK TO lAfclieU! PANCY BONELESS TINDER Lb. , LEAN-MEATl SPARE RIBS Lb. .'» S. . PKG. i m s* BEER CAN CTN. ''! fOJt STORP HAHPMNO BHR KRAFTPklTCHEN FRESH SALAD DRESSING *l, ?-< DEL MOHTE \yMOLi KE«|lrft PINT, JAR *' • •• t • • • ?L-^. F,iVf. +# 1 * 'fy * \ CERAMIC BLUE BONNET MIXING BOWLS EACH V t & >kf, ' **ti ROLU SUPER WEEKEND SPECIALS «» m, m li»tf;$AT» JUNE 5.7.8 * \ \ .-/.v ^ \ ; '- 1; .if CELLO FRISH PEAS 2 LBS, NIC! SIZE EACH LBS. * HBH mm FOOD fpEtuis SIAIROOK SLICED Peaches % SCOTCH MAID FORDHOOK LTMAS r '& SCOTCH MAID BROCCOLI SPEARS % SCOTCH MAID GREEN PEAJX' GULF STREAM BREADID JUMBO SHRIMP 'SSr GAINS DOG MEAL u.$93 n... L j fli FROST ^ BUCKEYE PEAS 2 BAMA PURE I COT iff WRABU METAL PANS :H K%1 LONG kCK GOLD Fine Quality GRAIN STAMW MONT OH THI Utnt n Mtr MOON HMM l«-Ot Sl« 45 ^S t« *» "t, >•*« -i CONVt'NIENT :>UFE:k-VAl..U j'OOD "?Tk RwtyMW Soil-off Ull RIOHT FROM THC ,,,4U5TPAMPIN Hrcnimi WITH 1 *" >; :4HB If^^Ij^l^^ ,4 IUNW, lire, 4 * DRUG SPECIALS * D.nttl '« COLGATE HIUNI CURTIS , ENDEN SHAMPOO .,. APRIL IHOWIM TALCUM POWDER icnti OP « TAIUTJ BUFFERIN 2 CHAM OIL Ihr —^^^'^VjB^IBfllB^IB^IBVlBflBlP'^^ GOOD NEWS THINNING HAIR w^V^BF WIffWPWMFllrf FORMUU *2 UWWIVO«IB» j Sweeny Old Ocean News ?*1!^ 1 ^!^^ 6 * 1 * I *Uljt** at hem* and #6rt i A AjftA-emgHfcttagimS§it*ftBw before rt«um ; to get ...iltow- . .. and ttelr three sons Wef* night guests in ttre home « Mi * Barents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. U* ieH oft'enroute'from «S*»1 lome in Csfpus Chfirtl on thetf 1 J — to Minnesota and Wotttt^ advantage 1 Hit Rot up early i«|*8W feVi£< We fi6m$4 the tfafemV' dli af e*fJf »» H ihef hlrd ta an* SWef a Icn861 bells Irfyj _. , _.— Another thing w« havs to* Dakota, where they will _„ . tided I* that felaMes* fit ftaw.thMf vacation. - f larie afid aplMotil a y«fd tw: the JdHh L. Mereerf left* children nave to play Ih-^tneiWednesday for Midland and.? streets *«h% to hav*an attrae* Arkansas, where they will visit- tioA t* th«ni! soflitflttesr 5Ust their Parents, who have MSS* tt fttWtf. « ball the eatebet to recently, WsseUfitnet" Hmis, the hard And, sjjtaklng of illnetsf*- surf*t*d street offers an Ideal Couch James Davtt setnn to i spot 6tt WBleh to draw tit a'have hid more than bis shafts hop-sWtcli court, and so it tf family illness recently. Hif« Mther died several weeks tffs. we arent recotfttftend- ot * heart attack, and h* *atr Ing the streets as an ideal place ,**Ued home last week because r for children to play, tfiey often of *&« Mrious condition of hi* r ant right square-dib in the'mother, who had undergoni , wkia i of oil., t« i ,.MU£ 11 - major stirgery. > arts have cautioned them not ^ "^f p *ul Martins were to 1 ! to do so. Brenham Sunday to attend an | And, most adult* as well as American Legion District Con~» teen-age drivers, seem to al- ventlon where Martin, who l*« way* BB in * hurry a* they *- ••" i " 1 <"" < «» «ulh w«* travel down residential streets..frnmetit, which is one of <v ~ Let us alow down now at the onset of summer time play tor the youngsters, w that they will be hire to enjoy t carefree Legion's projects, gave a reQ port on l :•_• <i m.ifc« f 'Jiias program in Brazoria County, -ft . Miss Betty Balkum, daughter y period away from school. of Mr. and Mrs. J. L Balkum,; Th* Bobo Arringtons were l* home between teihesten at^ In New Gulf recently to attend Sam Houston State College and i a picnic honoring two New Gulf school teachers who will be leaving for «urop« within a visiting with her is Miss Retar Allen of Bellilre, who is on«f of Betty's classmates at school: week or to. the honorees were l Mrs. Ben Woodall and sott,£ Mrs. MUabeth Whatley and Jimmy, and Mrs. Oene Boone2 Mr*. Helga NelsoH, who have! spent the weekend In San An* been leng-tfan* friends of the'tonio with Mrs. Woodall'f sis.; Arrlngtons.~ r *.*- ,' ter, Mrs. Bd Lowrance. Theyi The AmnttonaT ton- md especially picked that time <of '_ daughter-in-law, Mr , and Mrs., their visit so they would be 5 """" , . Robert Arrtugton aitd young Carol, are visitteg here this week and will return to their home i& Auttin in time fo* the ( where on hand *-h?n another •• ''I. Mrs. Woodall's and her family! arrived In 3. A. Major and Jtri. t Talmadge Brstten and their i children arrived in San Anton- ------------------------ »<rt>*rt is studying. ho from Japan, whera tHey hav» Jack Frost and Mike .Collier been stationed for the past year. are other TU students home. Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. froti, win also attend summer tehooL while Mike, son of Mr. and Mrm. Mitchell Collier, Sherry, one of the Bratt-ni' young daughters, returned to Sweeny with Mrs. 'Woodall and Will vi*'t here fo? a . •> ., yi before her parents join he„ k on Kindergarten Graduates 80 Clad In White Caps and Gowns? Angleton kindergarten students received their diplomas m Or. Charles M. Kelso, su- S. Caldwell, principal at Central Bementary School, at "commeneemenr e x e r «i t e s Friday evening at the High School Auditorium. The young graduates were TOOK no* •» IKOIUEV tec amnmw. 1MT, COOMS the •eaun stripe peUevef. De- igiH^ fnclnde faH«faj||fa|wi itt ksdt oeOsr and sleeve beads, peart buttoned placket closure at she neckline, Ex. tea.lesw side vents help to wkether went bisids ct out ef • belt. The knttlaMe na* dressed in white caps and gowns for the occasion, and re>~ ceivtd diplomas signifying' their ablUty to enter the first* The ' annual program, before the commencement ercises, was entitled "Walt" the Flowers", .and was v by the two teachers, Mr- ralne Fears and Mrs. V* Jackson. All 80 of the th participated in the pa-., which was narrated by »l '•. i B. Brown* with Mrs. ¥v . Clayton at the piano an-' my Jackson In charge of - ing. Programs were ma.-' • Mrs. O. B. Rlley and M-= D. Ansley; and were Ulua'ra' with a drawing by one f >' kindergarten student-, ' Rucks Coleman. Following the prot-- graduation, MM. arown • • sentect'a covered silver dlt.i the two teachers, on behalf the children and their paren First use of the a'; U. S. A. was to stamp al on barrels of gunr, • made at a mill near Fru ' Penn., for Washington'] Quality DIAMONDS^ 117,86 [ The Community Calendar JTOI f Ctute Qarden 11:00 i Ciub. M: Is. Dor Hotel T.OO pja-Mwtne Reserve, ATrrfrtPiu t-iftripn Hill. Powi«n War* VFW Hall, Vtlaaco t:J» p* ••» »»EO flowrtw. Wrtc Ropm, 8r«ao«ppit Oftitar T;S9 Bjn^ pie, pett» T.K JJEW8I.RY •OBKDIT JIWUKM* cert Band Kehrarra), Dow Plnat jl OttfstsrlK T:IO pn. — Jets* dvood Navy Mother* Club. Amwr lo»n Ufion 8W, n»epart TiiO pjn,^T Fraeport II Ii FW Club, Corel Reont, JP0V Tfp^*t 7:90 pjn.-^ywi tport *7tyoMi» JtyoH Club 9ou«i\ 9tM« pan Club, Velaaeo Community 1:00 PJ»— FrMport Hebe* kafei !«»«»' So. 1ST, IOOT S:00 pjn.— Jnoe* PrMk Community , ftCTyfi port Beotipn Iq fife t «l 9 Salt «»»*• 3 t»ry Club, Port Qftlt, fife*. . Mr* si ^.." JBC v ^"O r vA ft'*} * Jf^ftliu^AiiS' iAi-fcMs. ».^n Hi Dow Choniot! TfHIM ( :

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