The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 17, 1957 · Page 7
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 7

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, June 17, 1957
Page 7
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Brasosport and Bratoria County, Mond»7 J«n« 17, 1957 GARY HDW. A Sporting G<i«<< 112 W. Bro»d Ph. .1 m THE PACTS IS YOUR HOUSE HALF INSURED? ; Meeting ofZeta | Sigma Chapter Is | -Md Wednesday 1 Mrs. Doris Vaught of Lake Jackson was hostess for a meet- i.i Rof «h« Zeta Sigma chapter of< the Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority h»M Wednesday, The seven members present ,it the meeting drew names for their secret sisters. During the meeting the group »l?o discussed the prices for birthday and anniversary gifts. Plans were made for a luncheon which is to be held at th* home of Mrs. Ruth SrnHh in Lake Jackson in the near future. The luncheon will h* tn honor of new members of the chapter. Past president, Mrs. Billie Munson. now a resident of Freep'ort, will be a guest at the luncheon. Remember, if you're no* fully Insured — it's not enough I SEE TODAY F. E. FOWLEK On Fir* And Hurricane Itwtirnnr*. And CVpmpirU Antn 3-2371 qUAMTT DIAMONDS $17.95 — $2,000.00 EASY TERMB NO CARRYING CHAHQES McSPADDEN JEWELRY •CREDIT jcwr.i.r.nn" TF.XAS FASHIONETTES Designer Nellie Bosenslein •ss covered some of the curve* jn the beach this summer. And ill, she says in the interest of a H'tri s '.nc-'.f. ?«any of her <wim suits called "stroke of ieniu»" are designed to prevent 'sunstroke. They have wide < ; shoulder straps matching jack• ets. sweaters, hoods or boleros. i Mrs. R.isenstein said she add- j ed cover ups because rbe did 'not want women to spoil the i lines of a bathing suit by wear ing old sweaters, towels or men's shirts. One typical model comes in nude-colored jersey jcovered with white fishnet. It ' can he worn with or withou* I straps. It* cover-up is a roatch- !ini?, fringed poncho. i ! Women's Wear Daily, the (trade publication. In it? annual spring forecast lists these manor trends for 1957. I The softened sheath is the leading slim silhouette. Linen-like silk is the major fabric for dre«ser, cutting into 'the importance of sold color silk shantung. PagaJT mauve and Iflac • Pearl gray, iare the three blft color*. Belted waistlines »r« revived In a big way. In suits, ill* new* i« th« taft look, done with blousing, b»lt- ins: and rounded shoulders. It say* th?t the bloused and bel:*4 • suit has reached almost *« status of a uniform. Cows rarely live to b« more than 25 years old. STUDENTS OF MHS. J. M. THOMAS who lo^n parl in * r«eit»l h.ld r.-.enlly in tht • uditorium of th* FlrU BupJint Church of F report are a« follow!: front row Itft to rijhl, L.lha B.ll, Mary fr«nc« Mayfi.ld. Ba rbara GroT«». Sandra MeMinn and Priuilla Jan. Town.?; t.conct row, Mr«. J. M. Thorn a«, Patricia Mc.«nn and Shirl.y Intill, third rciw. Caralrn Fltigtrald, Barbara McF»rr»n and PMrleia Garrett, Jourth row. Palty Erwin. J«ln McKnight and Nancy Thom««. Here «re wvnf ipecl*) wring fronp* J«*i for I his hit Brasotport event, TUESDAY — WEDNESDAY ONLY 3 TO 6X GIRLS Special Groups Shorts & Shirts for $3 $1.59 Pedal Pushers 2 for 3.50 1.79 Pedal Pushers 2 for 4.00 2.19 Playsuits 2 for 3.50 1.79 Playsuits 2 for 4.00 2.19 Values of 1.98 to 3.49 7 TO 14 GIRLS Special Groups Shorts & Shirts 2 for $4 $2.19 Pedal Pushers 2 for $5 2.79 Bermudas 2 for $5 2.79 Values of 2.49 to 3.98 LADIES & SUBTEENS Special Groups Blouses 2 for $4 Blouses 2 for 5 Skirts 2 for 7 W* H* Exline Home Is Site For Youth Night Program The first of the weekly Youth Night sponsored by the First Baptist Church of Freeport for the youth of the area was held Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Zxline of Freeport. Young p«ople allrndins (he e/ent met at the church and were provided with transportation. Tht spacioui green lawn surrounding the Exline's home . provided the setting fnr thr j rn(rrta;nment nt the evernng. jSnme 40 guests were found at I various places on the grounds .playing such sports as Softball, i volleyball and crnriuct. j Before thn e\cnin.c; meal was ?crvpd, hot cinRmmon rolls were pro\'ided for each guest hy' the hostess, Mr?. F.xline. 'Laler. the main coursp \vhirh ronsi?1cd of ?andwkhf;;. pota- lo chips, Fiilo";, olives and •iii. kles wore «erved. Punch ivas also nervprt. Several types of cookies were provided for dessert. After the meal, the group was entei tairifM by a Negro Rirls o,uartel. Thcv sang three spiritual numbers and then rendered a fen- popular songs. Afterwords, a mnvie was shown which concluded the program. Held ev<ry Tuesday night during the summer months, this tvpe program is planned rspecislly for the. fnioyment of the youth and to provide them with entertaining activities. Last summer was the first time tnese Tuesday 5055:011* were .sponsored hy the church. A recent election of officers for thp Youth Council which plans each e\ ent shows these •-'i-rpir; Sr-titty .\clron, .^rt-.-i- dent: Al\ne O'Connor, vice A. G. Dunn, sons cadei-; George Caston and A. G. Dunr,. recreatmn. co-pmittec chairman: ,lo Ins Compton, Roland We't and Lyndon .loiin- *on, co-cliairm^n for the reviv- planning comrr.ii'ee; Wanda ,011 Freeman, program chair. ^nd Nfarina Sue r"iep- mrn. pu':ili"itv fi3i-",^n. WE'VE GOT TERMS TO SUIT EVERY NEED! Soft »r\<\ luxuriooi. colorful decorative patterns. • Td«M for home or auto. 9 BIG WINDOW FAN Otilr «.J* JI.H a w«* 24 99 V ' Skirts Values of 2.98 to 6.98 GIRLS DRESSES - S 3 - Summer & Spring Styles, Regular 3.98 it 7.98 LADIES & SUBTEEN DRESSES Great Savings Values to 17.98 BOYS SPORTS WEAR Special Groups Tee Shirts 2 for $3 Shorts 2 for 3 Shorts and T-Shirts ea. Sport Shirts for 2.50 1.29 "ALL BOYS SUITS REDUCED 11 TEEN & LADIES SUMMER WOES >5 Sizes 4 to 9. 3A to B Width White Leather, T»n or Whit* Straw, reg-alar 7.96 YOUNGLANDIA TUBS. AND WEDNESDAY STEAM ti MY IRON BOXER & ATHLETIC STYLE SHORTS 00 »n4 Yaul Ck«lt« »l f IIK» Hit n«« SUNBtAM IMONINa TACK oi HIW (UHatAM LAUNDRY CAMT 2 BOYS T-SHIRTS 3 ML sixes .tar brir.t"« "»»' . Window 18""ROTOMATIC POWER MOWER nuri tnr only *VM Dn 2 for 8 4.19 LAKE JACKSON WOODRUM * DUENSINO Appliance* PH. 7-2J,il IS Circle Wajr Lakr ,l»ck»on .<!.« » week. *49 95 UWNLITE ALUMINUM CHAISE LOUNGE *~ ~"fort*bh,€fitr4b!t,hu'prict<f >17 95 t 'nlr M.W dnun Sl.?fi A wrek U»« indoofi or mifdoon. From* h all' Sfainlcu itc*l hardwar* tKroughowl. C*v*^*rf wrt*t h*«*y, «n-w«ofh*r Seran w«hbinf. Adjviti fr«i<t rtclinmg fo th«ir MI"'*". Non- tip ko»t t«bU • t A* *Ur« to it. '0«. Tr—i Mew Gardei Hose Vyear factory warranty, FuH 50-foot Wngth equipped with nttw Perm* Crip twin couplings. ^.fl/^ • k ^^l Pruning Snean 3149 at With stainleii cutUi-y steel blades. DoubU brvci cutting edges. Safety lock GIANT SPONGE 99c Durab!«. totl, abwrbtnl. Handy rgr any »o thing job. Oiont >ii*i 8U* A 0* » i 1 ^*. FRWEE-KEtP INSULATED BAG $139 1 ftr fimici, ifiorti, trft'el Vq 14" « 10" x 81/j" iii.. Fe»fur. K..pi cont.nti hot or cold *nd (r.iti for houri. Vinyl-film iniid. »nd out. Zip-" p*r on thr.. (idM., unitary, ..ty to el.«n witb cloth. Ererain Swing Lawn Sprinkler Compor* o< $4. ... ntvtr n««</j oil S 4 • 66 Aluminum, brass, and stainless ateelconstruction. Entire mechanism sealed and separated from water intake system. Waters 1500-sq. ft. area. Adjustable oscillating arm. Car Seat CosMon Wir* sprinf filler it .s air rirculate. For cool comfort Tough fiber rover. Seat, iisc ! . each 16" x 17" Rear View Mirror at (2.95 I 88 Heavtly chroma plated, 4' mirror. Streamlined base. Mounts on body or fender m me Jow-prieW *•/* Powerful WestinghouM induction tjrpe motor. %• "HomcoKte" b1s<ki. Modern styling. Adjustable tflt PLUS FRII 3-PC. IKCO BARKCU6 StTI Big 21 r ; Brazier with Chrome Grid Compor* of Io!d« several large steaki [igrh-low adjustment! tecl construction—rubber ire« and chrome hard- 'are. Buy now and get aating spoon, turner, and ork, free of extra cost! PORTAME RAWO c ^^ 5)995 ONE-GALLON JUG 3 1)98 REG. 4.98 Z K*«PI Kquidi Kol o> cold (of hovrt. bo«.d .nom.l -iln ..d plo.lic IfiM. Regular $4.69 CHAMOIS •tt'a Hi! mport. Sofl. p * nfl p(oi- I* eg. Regular $24.95 AUTOMATIC FRYER WtHiHghottie, uit^ SI y 95 "tfirt*J-ei-t*'' bttt I / mew * cook 10 B iu rf a c« . f • a KT*» cool, op«.i hcndl*, ih*rmom*l*r- I ; p t h • a t control. ChoiC* «f coppef-fi™i>i»d alummun or glau Kd. &* fool uord. AC col;. * STOtil HOURS; ~ ^ 8:A.M, U8.00 P.M. GOOD/YEAR SERVICE STORE 251 \V 'Ml CALL COl.l.fcCT 3-211!8 FKtEPOKT

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