The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 7, 1957 · Page 5
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• £ k'i- ypt i> \ >4fi|||ki| /^V^'"* #F yf; ^^ a 1 r ~t»^'iSFp JfrMfty, Jfiflg 7,19CT f ** they af«»lmpl*l 0« TtfAiUlt HUNf DAY, aM idrfy llMfWM M th* lhH« W -M3!riUN Angleton Briefs n Idffjtt y fCmiiM m thl» week, who 0s ««: tot Mrs. Syrtt Civil* Mf. afid Mrs. David BfaiweU ifld family who sr* iii PfuMni*. -Aril; Mr*. A. It. Rticfts, a Hew Vofk visl. tdl% &ftn 6tfttts\ Mrs. Ted GH«t«nb*ck has ist returned to Aaj&etoft from _ ew York, where she visited hw daughter and was dn hand to greet her new " " «e* eft he* a»ivi_. Mr*. Bin WalsK i* pfWWttttj in Dallas, and plant to travel for a' Mf. and MAI. P. A. Phlbb* a>* vtsitisg her Woihw (A Af Kansas, this w«*s *iid Mr ind Mrs. Joe Ward are to Col rajo for ttetr vacation. Mfs. Luther Ray Patterson ftc*miy returned tfm a visit ' afid family, Ml* MM A i Cjfl£siaisi ^XMlK Ml r f I LngleTDn.^9fJfrV in "I h*d «SB* w visit Mf. tta,iirti I ftoy Caok, ana 10 WM. older Cobk , efuJfflwt aftd MMWtt •- wttft tfietc L enur, the MidtflsttSl, i .__._ of work fwshi Ittfci&i people and firms weitt i opening day events «t pool last weekend, the wits Hade and aenittd I f j's c*wn«t Shop; the • furftUhed- the public _ sy»t*trt; lights were fut 6* 8«rt Wehrty; Ind Warnek* painted «e«n«s buildings. These scene*: SUCH thing* ai palms tH» like. The *ofking coiumittef th« formal opening « posed. 6f ,Oeorge Rau, i Mf daughtt. _ M *nd Mft. J^itelJaiSptoiJ of the board for thel..._. safc Antonio. | pool, Walter Mathewi, itdtt include Mr. and Mrs.;and Mrs.' Sam Lee. __., 0*ofge Waller, whom her ttar- assisted by the two- pool 1 eft* from New Iberia, LI., are agers, and the thre« m ' -•——. Angieton Volunteer . Jo Nell Jones of flora- and local Explorer TRADE WITH THESE FRIENDLY HOME TOWN MERCHA EVANS DRlfG CO. Walgreen Agency FREE WHERE MOST PEOLE MEET DIAL 3-1211 , . IPSBPORT, TEXAS StRiNGFBLLOWS PRATT * LAMBERT PAINTS LUMHTALL LATEX M SBER BAflE raltpapw ft Oanvaa 118 W*tt Broad / FREEJORT BROWN'S SUNDAY JACK GRIFFIN TEXACO ; BEfcVXOE StATIOir Highvay 288 & 19th St. ». "Your Oar 111 Our Retponaibillty" VOA ROAD SERVIOI CALL 3-4871 WCDNMDAT * THimSDAY NEVER BEFORE TOLD RONALD REAGAN MANCVDAm AKTWRfMHZ F»n»Af * 8ATCRDAT "AN1MA WORLD" "GOODBYE MY LADf SCHMIDT FURNITURE 8AtB $90.00 — 4 ROOMS DRYJ900DB SHOES - RE1DY .*6 - WEAR PHOMI 3-16M / FRKBPQRT, TEXAS Oldest 190 W. Broad FRE INSURANCE AGENCY Ag«u<5y In Pb, 3-5262 Oottoty , Cobb Plum saaat a /AT it KIOHT WATIK HI AtiSa QOTOK DBPJHI>ASia,SB»V10« . ?k. J-1771J W. OOBB — D. D, 8ATTOED, OwMK E'S GAUL Sea Food and St^ok Our Specialty Across Front Showboat Thtafr* ?" if I iROUCH F RIAL HICKORY SMOKED OPIN ALL DAY SUNDAY BEYMERS ARMY-WAVY WORE 8ALEOV DR1M flfJUWH ATS 1.19 * Sunday Thru Saturday — 10TH AND 11TH "BUSS TOMB" JUNE 12TH — 13TH "HIGH LONESOME DAVID WAYNE "KAKED HiLS" UTH — ROD OAMEROK "fAQUI DRUMS rtut tic* , FOR UFE* 8TERUKO HAYDEN "SHOT SUT "ROUOE OF SHEBWOQD FOJBBflT" i»» TRADEWIND DR, JJf'B 32 PIECE S399.00 — TERMS 67c A BAT 208 WEST BROAD FRE1PORT, TEXAS fid, Ark., u visiting her ritttr and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Holcombe of Angleton. lite &theraus of the tint Baptist Church met recently at the home of Mrs. Jack Rob- pfHslded at the snort business etts, Mrs. Dorothy Pelkey, pres- laetit of the class, presided at the short business session, and also gave the devotional. The topic for the devotional was "Husic of the Bible" and it was taken from the Psalms. • .Mrs. Wllma Shepard closed the meeting with prayer. A social hour highlighted by songs and games followed the buslnect meeting. Refreshments I of chocolate cake and fruit tidieh were served by the • fH<f ;T ~" . ; ; H. K, Middleton. who was in tni "•> Angleton Hospital last VHMlt, hai been released and is reweted much improved, al- tHMgh he does not plan to re- turh to work for several weeks, :*; T Aitgleton Jaycecs are rtep- planaloe their big an" of July Dance, islped 1ft the parking lot, FREEPORT INSURANCE AGENCY OLDEST UlBtmANCfi AOKNCt , ..... 0» BftAZOKU 00tJNTt Phon« 3-62M 1* W. Bma rr*(Hrt ' SWEET SHOP lltcheduled for July S at « pjn. TleHaU are now on tale at it II per couple, and may bt lltaiAtd from . it ob- tb< OiHdiairnian of the danea. Jack Gorman or llMurray AJdn*. Aggie Land £¥jl HOME COOKED MEALS STAR COURTEOUS DRIVERS PHONE 34911 If , held in thtBr»- llnda County Fair Grounds Au- lldltojrtum. Prooedi will go toward sponsoring Teen-Age tlailhiH. "' '"' ----- ' " llvited. and tke publie is in- than, 100 couples a; L, For MsetVatfoos, ci *f the co-chalmnB. SERVICE STORE 222 WEST 2ND ST. FREEPORT, TEXAS HAYNES LUMBER CO. PAINTS - MILLWORK - WICK LUMBER OF ALL KINDS 304 H. GULF BLVD. VOXfMM »•«» JSl&ws LEE'S FREWOBT B» flHpsJimWp^ WW^er .^WT^^™' BRAZOS PARTS CO. FIMDEUYW f-ffl Every Tom. Thur. » 8>t. City WWt Dtllvery Kodak Suppllo, ALL ** " BRIGHT S^OT u CRIIMT JEWELERS -FREBPORT- ( 'Your Oodtt !• Ckod" "Never AnylMng Extra For Owdlt" A & B TELEVISION PHONE 3-3277 «& AVE, A. We Give Top Value SUwpi ANTENA'S OUR BPEOJALTY DEARMAN TIRE & APPL CO. 410 So. 4TH FRE170RT GRAND OPINING JUNE 6th 7th 8th WWi A ff^e I Mr. ami Unj. A. J. Proeaacla spent Thuradaj aad Thunday •voOng in Houiton attanding the maattnf o< the Houston Orchid Sodetr. Tha meeting featured a pro* gram on orchid culture in Hawaii with Pan-American Airlines and Travel-Unlimited praae&ting nttnbars of the society with aouvelnn of Hawaii. Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mm. lamest Autry and »on», returned to Bratoria after a tea day vacation trip that took them to the West Coast. A visit to Disneyland WM the Wghllght at the trip for the Mr, and Mrs. Oiek Andarson. at Foftland. Of^, are weekend «ue*tr o flheir cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Idgar Johnson in Bra zoria. Whfle la Texas they will also visit Galvastoa relatives. $17.96 - $2,000.00;KASY TERMS " " HO CARRYINa OHABQ*> McSPADDEH JEWE LBT •CREDIT JBWKUIM* FBBKPORT, TKXA1 " BlU and Tom with LOCATIONS HwrfaK ; • «k* Brasospatt «r»a 24 HOURS A DAY 1M H. Ptrktof. L. J Pfe T-MW *4ttt Ul W. Bnai, Pktaf * M Mr s>( aH rhtM*t T-WW Ml «r 7-MH ' OARRITTS' PHARMAOD3JET TheCoirnnunityCalendaii U:U pj»v^lraaoeport taiy omn, Port (W*. *>W port 1:00 p».—Alcobrtlos Anony- rapiis, AngMon l6fto& HaB ' MOWWNJWWW timlst Otutt, Pow Hotel «:»?* — LaU Jatkaoa Jwrcwe,jajroB»c»uWiouM. , ;:M ^u-Braaowort WW AW WTf. Vela** ttnor STAR PRY CLEANERS lows Ladgi No. W, Building. Weepart «:oa pjn.-rraternal OnW of «**IM AuxWary. FOt Home, Hifbvw 9H _ 1:00 RflU»» HA* '»<*«£* AloohpUoi AWOTnWt. («r ft 9:00 mml Qotf ,IWW>rt CHUf Oo 11 M a-m.— Lake Ctub, Angleton C ttf HfiUi*! .w p^-i*u»* - Velaseo mpe Prucnt«a> 01 ft nttifSc ajrviCi Iw * f "™IJ!"•""•! ww m •TW»^ *fiT* f^^w "If Til Oiw

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