The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 20, 1957 · Page 4
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Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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THE FACTS Brarosport and Bmorla County, Thursday, WATCH REPAIR SERVICE ALL WORK GUARANTEED WATCHES. DIAMONDS AND A SELECTION OF BEAT TIFI I, GIFTS ZEMP JEWELERS 7.11 Parking May f,a)r« J*ck«on An Omelet Combo- Eggs and Oatmsal T-TF.'.V VORK —TP— Kg? 1 : for fcr?;)'r-iV. or oat:n»3i for breah- fa«. -rhith «,hail i! 1-.»? YfMJ'l! fine '^.'*'0 ?•• o favori'e/; ran be <•<•>" Lin"'! rrti 3 far'y cme'*:*. '!'i rr^>". h---at tnffi^r-r 2 r:?2?. $ cup milk, ^ t na r poon ?al*. ant.' li run rMl»d ost?, quick or oM-farhionod. Pr/'.r i'i',0 3 hot frying pan 1 tablespoon of tnelt- e'i r ;irjr!'>ning. CooV ovpr low i •• 3 ' P'nov? 'h-' 1 rr ; -."-v and olac? uirier the broi'"r until !h» lop is co'.drn brown. FoM in '.»!f; ni arrl "*!••<> tv,o Vote For 0. L. "Mac" McKay C*ndi4ate for CANAL COMMISSIONER Brszm Rlvrr Hxrbor N»rl- (atlon Dlntricl Jnlr «, 1»57 paid pnlitiul idvtrtlraitnt You'll Always Find FRESH TASTY SEAFOOD-Brought in Fresh Daily. FRESH TASTY RED FISH,,45c JUMBO and MEDIUM ^SHRIMP Brought In Fresh Daily RED SNAPPER 50' FKESH FROM T3IE BOATS .. • CRABS • OYSTEKS • FROG LEGS COMPLETE SELECTION OF FE07.EN SKA FOODS BRAZOSPORT SEAFOOD CO. ' •OVER THE LEVEE FROM TARPON VILLAGE" TOONB 3-2131 WHOLESALK-nETAIL FRKEPOKT THIS GROUP of Baptist pation i«v«l at part of tht council at «n orginitiUonil m«*l- ir.g which r«ult»<i in Ih» Willow Driv* Ch ape), an «x!«mion of th» FinJ Baptist Church of L«k» Jackion. They are «< followi: front row, l«f« lo right: R«T. Norman Fry, H«T. Phillip Brown. R«T. Lester Probst, and Rrr. L. .'. Marianay. Back row, ;»fl to right! B«T. Bill Campbill. R»T. John H. Bmrd, R«T. O. D. Martin, and H«T. Bonner Ma«n«ii. Third Lake J Baptist Church Organization Is Complete Sunday afternoon at the First occasion was Rev. Martin. A • Victor Pecorino, the minister of naniict Thurrh of like J.irk- .devotional was presented by, music and education at First Baptist Church of Lake Jack , ^^ ^ ^ ., ack?0 n baptist in Lake Jackson. son, a group of Baptist pastors j First Baptist church , who also I - o - eatures Jackson. The pastors present for the meeting served as a council which organized the Willow ive Chapel. This new church is an extension of the First Baptist In Lake Jackson and it will be affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention. Pastors in attendance at the meeting included: Rev. IT. N. Balderec, Shady Oaks Baptist; Rev. Kelly Mosely, Calvary Baptist, Freeport; Rev. A. .1. Pate, Sweeny First Baptist; and Rev. J. L. Barnett, inactive member of Freeport West End; Rev. Normnn Fry, Oyster Creek; Rev. Phillip Brown, Freeport First; Rev. Lester Probst, Willow Drive, Rev. L. ;the list of names of those who ; were to be chnrter members i of the Willow Drive Chapel. IA history of this church was given by George Lunsford and special music was presented by jWrokeiid Visitors ! Weekend guests of Miss Mag- ,gie Gore of Freeport included '.Miss Molly Calhmsn of Bocrre oncl Miss I.yda Ann (Juinn of 'Galveston. These girls are University of Texas classmate of 'Miss Gore. Maggie leaves July 2 to roll for a specialized secrelar- lial course for college women nt Kathcrine Gibbs in New York City. fbeTcimej Terry Lee Arrives Temple; Rev. John H. Beard,! Weighing seven pounds and Lake Jackson First; Rev. O. D. six ounces when ne arrived at Martin, District Missionary; Dow Hospital was Terry Lee. and Rev. Bonner, This "little man" is the son of Freeport West End. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thomas The message for the meeting Forse of Lake Jackson and he was presented by Rev. Brown, made his first appearance to Serving as moderator for the Die public on June 19. EJ| * , IVlUSI 1 A regular meeting of the Freeport Lioness Club was held Tuesday evening at the Dow 1 Hotel. Nan Crawford was pro- i gram chairman for the occasion and a musical program \vns presented for the entertainment of the members. Miss Jean Garner, vocalist at the meeting, was accompanied by Miss Barbara Rhinehart. Several piano numbers were i rendered by Wayne Grigar. The mystery prize for the Lioness meeting wa» won by Millie McCreary. "Tail Twister" Nancy Buell planned a stunt for the evening with Margaret Girouard, Babs Marcus, Carol Smith and I'ecgy Rich partlcioatinK. i The pledge of allegiance was: led by Shirley Stein and Manrine Carter gave the invocation. I Two new members for the i Lioness Club enrolled at the meeting. FRANKLIN'S BEQINS THURSDAY, JUNE 20th 2 SLIPS HALF SLIPS one group $ 3°° $100 for LOVABLE ItllAS "IU11Y JJOLL" PAJAMAS <i()WNS & SLII'8 ONE atlOOP — VALUES TO LADIES DRESSES LOVELY GROUP — ALL WASHABLE _ ^^ ^^ GROUP OF BETTER $OOQ DRESSES 2 CHILDItKX'.S DIIKSHKS $ °° ALSO SEPARATE SHORTS — / lui SHOUT SUITS & IIALTERS *1oo SI'OR'l'S \\KAU SHOUTS HALTliEiS BIX3U3ES $1oo CH1URE.YS NEW FALL COATS VALUES TO J16.S5 $9°O to S||00 • ALL NYLON HOSE 20% DISCOUNT Franklin's 209 W. PH. 34911 Take your pi Rabbit makes all thrttl Ttny'ra 8rer Rabbit's family of fiiw syrups . . . tin syrups of tin South! Truti are no trick aUH wfttn yw let Brer Rtbbrt da tht hoiwri. For only Brer Rabbit gives you 3 great syrups to fit in with every dish, every me»l and every taste. Use your favorite on ham, pour plenty on pancaket, perk up com breed—jive Brer Ribbit a try on all your favorite ditto. Yw'H be surprised at what it can do. Get some at your gnmr's May! HER RAIIIT •ROWN LAIEL SYRUP Mild-tugar can* IWM! flavor) BRER RABBIT BLUE LABEL SYRUP Old-tim* ribbon-can* flawrl •RER RABBIT WAFFLE SYRUP Real mapl*»y flavor dear through! $1 DAYS ARE 77 C DAYS at 77c SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY KNIT COTTON BLOUSES OR COTTON PLAY SHORTS W<MMbfc, cMl. coHM Imit In ibM SIM>. M»*«m. Lar 9 .. Sfcortl !• twMf. pofttia, (knlmf U rfoaMt of Mtor*. SbM 10-11. WatM)h mA Horn* C«*tor. MEN'S SKIP DENT SPORT SHIRTS 77 c SANtORiaO Biw* potkel, lln*4 eoNw yoln. Skirt S|MVM SteM S. M, L. llx, Ton, M«fo. Mtat or •MHOYS POLO SHIRTS 2 *77c SIZES 6-T4 M*4e Irom combtd ro(t«B ui4 nylon relntorcid. rutl cut— Ikriak roUtant an« bltkly ak- Mlk>BL llle> I-U. MEN'S UNDMWBAft BftOADQOTH SHORTS KMT INKHMHS 3 *. in Un«titUrti fuhlonkd Iro* comked coUon. »Ml M-*t. eonilrucUd from «u>lorta»« tloth. BUM 30-W. GIRLS' POPLIN PLAY SHORTS 2 lor 77c SIZES 7-12 »•»«• i* •«•'«•< <ir». M I'M. tmt t4«ri« Wet. *••«• MM* 7-11, M«. l»e. GIRLS' SHORTS AND SUN BRAS Al aroMd b^MT twM sfcott. l«9t food wMh matehliK) print Broadcloth bra furturM «kittle tow 0*4 bottom. Now or r*d. SlM« 4-4*. R»9. We. HOME CENTER LADMV COTTON SHADOW PANEL KTTKOATS 77c ta Ml TOTS COTTON TRAINING PANTS 5 F- 77c MM M*«M M •utMf mimttit w*ltt. Shn 2-6. Detibl* Cratch. 2? SPRINKLER SOAKER HOSE 77 att. «rt la >w. W«it rot. Iraw «o»lt»t. ALUMINUM SCOOP 77c far 4 POUND CANDY JAR 77c M» ANCHOR HOCKING MEASUIINfi PITCHER AND ROUND CAKE PAN •OTH fO* AN VM »Mrf fw »MW * »••'• CERAMIC JAM JAR SETS 77cs. 3 PIECE SALAD SETS 77c .!» >. ut wbk »ntl)« l*rk, Caw 1" TIMY WASH CLOTHS 12 ,,77' DECORATOR THROW mows 77c , «t «*-***• Piastic WtTHVALAHd 77c VM M* »r««k ^^^^^^^^^ ~ — hi tfi <u

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