The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 12, 1957 · Page 8
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 8

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, June 12, 1957
Page 8
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M ___ji fu. Offia ;By Brazoria OES ul.l or < Ik'i 5 * ind "8 SlTli >thi. ilS; ifl of :hi jy )fli ik. •Q- fa. .1.: ti< <e is « fit Gnapter t4, 6r3er of the Eastern Star, held its annual instillation of officers Friday flight in the Masonic Hall in • Bra*6ria with Mrs. A. J. Pfoebatie serving as installing officer; Mrs. Edna, Patterson installing marshall; Mrs. £. fi. afio* Mr*. ftti ehtftftstrs, associate e6ttduct«ss. Mrs. 41*10. j:j.aun JC (73ier Will SCTVe as chapWia; tits. Sfislby gflls as marshall; Mr*. H. " "* as organist; Wfn 1U». Bear, a dan; Mr. faulTa* ford, rutft; ~ " ~ w * y ' Mr*, frank «'*Wi4 ftatfe* —, ana Mrs. elect*. .. _ installing chaplain; Mts. Margaret Wofd, installing organist; and Mr*, ftobert 1 Beaird, secretary pro tern. I t Mrs. Vernon Whive. incoming! «**< w. 5. Riggs Jr. frill • worthy matron, dedicated her setlv e as warder aha frank Aft- year's work to her husband and drew* aS sentinel. >:her son, Vewon Arthur White. t*6-Bible w«s presented by -Sue announced her mottb for "*•"- "- "•-- *"S Be " 1 ™ °y the year as, "Helping Hands," her flower, the yellow -'• ; > tt&ttt* as . -Sj-ortby patron; Mrs. Ruth Si- ::jn6n as associate woftfij* rta- •-:*<«); Shelby SHls, .ass'6c$ate :,S.*Brthy patron; Mrs. A. J. ; Proebsile, secrelafy; Mrs. flob- ;-,,,*r,t Beaird,, treasurer;- MrS. Danford, coflduttrsss; '" ' '' " ' ' ""'"' 1 ' •' Sefresfirnenl* *-ere ; Mrs. l . eton iGIUII . Movf ield . iTiu^iieiM • Ervlh Mayfield waS with ft piflk and blue ower at the home of Mrs s:fttcHard Creech, Angleton, on 4 Friday evening. Co-hostesses •';«lr the shower were Mrs. Jim- becbmes frock. Rehearsal far the spring fl used &» ceste* « me flaw* be-d* (fu» i"n"ara*ttr* II goed ihifil — tnft ttiO&t if!.—.,.. _„. t» W Jenef al rMltK 1* i fcf •* t * 1 *** *ti*tew*. Adetwate embeM at th* arly IficfuHetl tHe" ride Jarcla> and s Carat Barfofl, u« WUand, Aodre> BoflfK en* GoOtfal}. *»«. f ttrtln, JftrneY Motto** tt», ffa «ril«r atfd i*M» IN San itesulf feeding habits, W <fo ftisr* . Reddtttf ana II ft Draper Wi-sl oell in tile ft $.a* built in tltuivllle, ft,, 48. **,c j?iuic was presemea oy wilda Ann Hsfisott, niece of tne *otthy rnatrftn. ! Summer lounge wear eomeg increasingly iThiS year, several .,,„.,.,, ot > hirers feature the two or three- i piece "patio" outfit. When ail is that of a tunic worn a sim ot cocktail _ To keep mildew from leather shoes arid luggage, polish them i we11 ' During humid weatBer.i - vou may want to place them on 1 Angleton Briefs ( • •• : ••••-". <^ - i closet floor. Next time a cleaning pail is I be purchased, why not buy 1 —j With a double compartment. H carries both the suds and rinse water. FLOWER dRL refreshment table was ,..,—.-...d with a yellow cloth, •r.overlaid with yellow net. A ^plastic baby cradle filled with : ™.~ 4 r 1 .M."" v i'"°r; < ""' ""' uuy v .daisies and greenery served as ?? e W1 "j * *£">!? wmpartment. i^.the centerpiece. " " - — .-... j.".. The hostess served retresh- aurhents of cake squares decorat- ^' ed with a bootee, and punch. ~ Lollipops decorated with small -:-bows were used as favors. ft" • o fCreechs Honor Son f ith Birthday Party David Creech was honored »with a party on the occasion Of his fifth birthday. Saturday The party was held at his -home at 1112 Nottingham, An?- .leton. David is the son of Mr : and Mrs. Richard Creech. Games were played and David opened his many lovely - gifts. Refreshments of decorated cake squares, homemade ice cream, and lollipops were served by his mother to the 10 guests. -,'*K*Blish tH«S*"«ires recommended ,by researchers. , 1, T«e«-Me» «o in f6t ''fids" In lighting. Sometime* they Ilk* to study by th« tih> light Choir Kutcrtaiiietl The adult choir of the Lake i» c * * o n First Methodist Church was entertained recently by Mr. and Mrs. M. c. Raney^with a "Hunter's Stew" din- '"" eS eve J r n al' S ac P cordla i n n ~l'\ rLOWE «8 "« "•• '"Won .SSJWffiS &&£*& Miss- Clara Jo liproles is vis- . ra , umcicen w iting her grandmother, Mrs. 'since that time Clara Sproles of Houston for 1 several days. Mrs. Thomas M. Jones of . Mr*. an?'"** C C UAU T*_ * iviia. xttuiiias ivi. tioiies OL|inrB* WiiliUfn C I Missouri City is spending a {Houston were the «,,.,* few weeks with her husband's the Mr. and Mrs W * r7 parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T,|Of Brownsville T —— of Angtetpn. Her hus- Holt Jr.' la th* to visit over the!Pat Jacques. | A joint-meeting of the Rebecca and Esther Circles of the Women's Society of Christian [Service of-the First Methodist i Church was held at the home 'of Mrs. T. A. Munson at Bailey's Prairie, recently. I Mrs. John W. Mills gave a review on the book "Missions In Southeast Asia". A covered dish luhcheon was enjoyed by the 21 members and two guests present at the joint meeting. ^ . A>1W*<*Hahe6usbridal show ' -ras au/ was held recentl at the eof Mrs. Joyce Stefka Cojjostesses at the Included Miss Alice ,r» •,• _ —•«••* uif (CUcSUf ! Sammy Bailes, son of Mr if" d Mrs. O. L. Bailes of An. '• S at the RV Ranch, near Angleton on Sunday, July 28. Stock for the six event rodeo will be furnished by the T Diamond and RV Ranches. Among the events will be bronc busting, Power Of Prayer Is Lesson Topic At Sunday Service The healing and protecting > power'of etfective prayef will be brought out at Christian j Science services Sunday at Freepott ' In tte Lesson.Ser. mon entitled "God the Prc- server uf Man." | Scripural passages will in , i elude th« following from Psalms I U4S:18,19); "The J.ord Is nfgh'i 'unto all them that c:ill upon lin truth. He wUUulfauiw }l2' sire ot4hem that fear him: hei also will hear their cry, andi "ill save tha:n." ; From "Science and Health: with Key to the Scriptures" i by Mary. Baker Eddy the fol-' lowing selection will be aiiong i those read (2.11:8): ,"if God' heats not the sick, they are not j healed, for no lesser power' equals the Infinite AlUpower- T t. Alfe*f ftakft eertilfl jrou iwr wfttt ey*g i i-om time to 'Hiring 6fie c# tWft d tiott in eaeh «ye ttrerf e.ves H ttac rtoderatloti in reading! of in' ilfendtog ,» « 1 1 o n pldturei. UHng off into the distance or a «h6rt wnile Is a fine way f rtSttaf one's e^es, 8. Follow a proper, \vell-bali ced diet Md itt'ttUttif at eeji. Sleep 1» vital afthls Vr* ed ot life and will heiti ta eej eyes healthy, bodies - fit, nd rniftds iiert tot aff fte anderful things that go on *ily in the exeitlng We of a M!«8 8t),ti£ £fti)K(Att'S »ftoa«*m*Ai id Ktlih Adam., *ott «f Mh and Mrt. Uiou Adamt of Ptt.petl la announe. »d bf h»r paunu, M* and Mfi. f, & Etdman ef H*u»- ton. Th« eouplt will «»d Atlguit JO l« Chthi Church in Houiten, Exhibit, r*« n tly Angleton Rainbow Girls USES"*. • wna ':»»'« j •, i,. WE WON'T BE UNDERSOLD!! WHY 60 TO HOUSTON WHEN: WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL AND SELL AT HOUSTON PRICES OB LESS e" «il >r can: and Katydids, a chocolate covered J«, r «'nel and nut candy which *el]» for $uo pee can*' All Angleton Rainbow Girta ! are participating; to the 'candy j sale, and anyone Interested m 'purchaalng the Candy may con, Uct them personally Or through the prayer ot the righteous." The Goldc-n Text it from Hosea Ua:l3>: "By a ,prophel the Lord brought Israel fnit flf Egypt, anrj Va.-prophet -A he perservecV ", - Mri. Cora Mae Meyer, Mother Advisor, at Angleton,,«W1. .^!X' Blll3r Stephens and hi* 'familyl were honored by a, farewell social at the First Baptist Church In Rosharon.i Hey. Stephen* plans to become pastor at a church in George, west, Tex. Approximately 100 friends of .the family were prei* eat at the farewell party. *v* w ^ ^^ r v »- ^ffW^ -*r-*r -w *IR CONDITIONS FULL 1 H. P. Air - Conditioners * • Just check These Features t ! I * 30% greater cooling. * gtofje toob if I * Thermostatically control H I* Air diffuse tmii • A Coll«Hon of th. Newest and Smart«l« <r«or!oni ucma • a An Addition to rht 7 Wondcra of the World • Modi of Fine Berkshire Hathaway Sanforised • Hang It Up to DRIP-DRY . . . Little or NO IRONING Now Anthony'j offtr you thii suptrbly tailortd Hothowoy Sanforized cotton shirt at a thrifty, .thrifty prlct. • Wojh It ony woy you wanr, hong •it up to DRIP DRY ... to b* worn within o f«w hours with littlt or NO IRONING. Mad* with »ew«d-hi collar stays for added appeor- anc«. Whltt only. Sizes M to 17. GIFTS THAT ARE SURE TO PLEASE DON'T New Styles in JEWELRY , Chooai the» In tint M eta| or atan* «ri«. Look great! I 49 to 4 9 « SPORT SHIRTS # 1 BILLFOLDS «* IUII SALE Beg. 3.98 0UBB.TQ.flT STRETCH SOCKS 2 for ]" <i TIES UVUIER m t i :

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