The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 20, 1957 · Page 8
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' '\ ttogport and BrMorfo Cotmt-jr, Thursday, June 20, 1957 THE FACTS 9 Special Purchase of 1200 Ladies' T-Shirts and Sweater Blouses Mife t» $•« «t $1.91 and $2.98 Comb*d yarn . . . nov«lty stylei. .. solids oiid strip** . . . sleeveless style* included. SIZU I-M-L ^-xTi7'S." r ! !T ~ ~ "»"*•*• Tremendous Choice at BOYS' SHOOT-SUM SPORT SHIRTS • Printed Broadcloths • Butcher Rayons • Ginfhamt Values O^fcC to 'Uf WW. i«. - SIZU t K U St*ck up now fof oil summer ond bock (• school. V Clearance of GIRLS' BETTER DRESSES WatluMt CoHMU Idwl >• Wwr N«w md TkrouglMul Summer FIRST TIME REDUCED Values $^00 fo'4.95 *P la. Values la *3.9S SIZES I M <« «M T M 14 Nationolly Known Brands Included! AFTER-FATHER'S DAY CLEARANCE DRASTICALLY R-E-D-U-C-E-D In the Heart of the Season Fabulous Group of MEN'S SUMMER SUITS Thase suits art all brand-new . . . tailored in the latest modelt and from the newest patterns and styles. • Two-Trouser Dacron Blends • 55% Wool-45% DACROH • Silk Blends • Year-Around Fabrics Sim I* h> 46 CREASE RESISTANT, EVERG LAZED, EMBOSSED COTTON Carefree... Little Or No Ironing... Drip - Dry " Double Wedding Ring " DRAPES C-L-E-A-R-A-N-C-E Timely Savings! Men's SWIM SUITS and WALKING SHORTS A terrific aiformenl of boxer thort boxer ond brief swim suits in top patterns and iry lings! Faded denim walking shorts. Zipper fronts, lid* elastic, tab front. Ideal for oncoming months— Entire Stock Regular $1.93 Values to $2.98 $166 1 Pr. Exquisite Quality. Full Cut 42" x 90" Size Colors: * Wmite * Mint ^Masi • Blue MachiM Wcshable! Soil Resistant! Drip Dry! UNBEATABLE VALUE! LADIES' FIRST QUALITY NYLON HOSE lhu,yy$1.29 -Mil Special- Sk.« 15 D««,'« *•• Will N««r R««>.i« SMC. Sr,o, 9 m«ni.|. At Thii Pnu Y«« II W»t $•«•»! Po.r of Odd ^1 Clearance 2 BIG GROUPS DRAW DRAPES Ruffled Curtains COMPARI AT - $2.98 C $1.9$ -$2.49 CMM larl>I Wtd. Ru>« at Colon., Sisva and Style* ... but Aa«irUb*«<t« ai CJcfllincc.! BETTER RUGS Limited Quantity $1.98 Values $*|Z2 ea. ea. $6.98 Values ea . ttruken AuarUuenU. . . but A Hide B«ii|e cf Calves, SUM US V¥ e»* ML Coup Kiuljfi rV*-*^ i 800 BRAND NEW DRESSES Values Up to $10.95- Weinsr's bring, you lovely dresses, priced to pamper your pockerbook! Beautirully detailed, with scoop necks, or notched collars, cop sleevw or no sleeves, touches or white or contrasting color. Pastel ond dork colors. In Juniors , Misses' ond Women's sracs. • SILK-AND-COTTONS • COOL COTTONS • BILLOWY SKIRTS • SLIM SHEATHS WEINERS DEPARTMENT STORE 213 WEST 2nd AVE. FREEPORT { ' - *'* "~ . TW^T* 1 ^' ' "^ " '" -*illjl^|,-., • — •--•-•--——^^, )bservatk>ns ftr H. Bsicem Wmpton HIGHWAY COUNf REPOHT DOE A report from the origin and estlnaflon trarne count ni»d« y the state highway department In the Brsiosport »re» Is xptcted soon, Arnold R. Mathas, chamber manager, stated. It is this count that is ex- Mcted to influence final deci- lons of where roads in this rea Should receive most em- 'ha«i*. In the progrnm, the Brazosport area planning commission and the Brazrr-ia Cotin- y commissioners are cooperating With the nignway department. It all looks to a systematic and orderly planning of t iystem of coordinated roads to best meet contemplated future developments. During the count the state ost two of its counters and so 'ar those who "borrowed" them have not been apprehended. An area planning commissioner estimated the cost of each t« 34 above MO. BRIDGE CLUBS The Meadowlake duplicate Bridge club may be reorgan- 'red and again become active, with games at the club house probably every other Saturday night, according to some plans being considered i by Mr. and Mrs. Don Beard of Lske Jackson. The club formerly had members both from Brazosport and Angleton. The bridge clubs of Brnos- port have been invited to take part in the Galveston Duplicate Championship program scheduled for June 23. 1:30 p. m. and 7:30 p.m., at the faculty house near the John Sealy Hospital. The invitation, and a sketch of how to reach the the place, was received from Dr. Joe A. Bass, associate pro-" fessor of the University of Texas Medical Branch, who is director for the club. The fee is $1.50 per person per session. The individual championship session held at Freeport Community House resulted with the following winning places: Mrs. Thomas P. Fr'sell. first place: Mrs. J. t. Williams, second: Mrs. Raymond Soiller, third: Thomas P. Vriraell. fourth: Mrs. James C. Parker, fifth: and H. N. Fearn, sixth. At a master-noint session held at the Dow Plant B. Cafeteria, Director Frir^pll announced Elmer L. Don»'-«- > v aid \v H. Hillyer ]!•?•«-.•• w v s |,;. margin for first p'qce fo* North-South: Mrs. James C. Parker and Mr?. Vf. H. Hilly?' second: and Mr. and Mrs. T P. ^rizzcl!, third. For East-West. Mrs. June Moore and Mrs. nonnie Wood were first: W. W. Shull and l>nn D. Howell. second: and Mr. and Mrs. John Watson, third. Recently the Brazosonrt cluh eave $50 to the H?nrt '"und Its next meeting will be Friday night, 7:30 p.m., at the F^e- port Cnmmunitv House. The pub"f- Is invited. MISS MA"OUWUTF. r ' T TM- METT. in the counsel? and iwldan'ce dnpnrtment of F,>vi7os- nort «-hooi". ii now In *'nrn«c on a month's vacation. She is expected to return about the mlddlp of July. MRS. MAXINE WANNALL. office manager for *tra7!0"vj' 1 Chamber of Commerp", *ald i>' leait 100 names have been «M"- •»e»t"d for the new 'our-i^r" brid"», connecting H"- f—' South Fourth strc»l«. ' • tw >" chamber >ieadoi'^ t- t°r^ q -• • ,« of three pieces of f'-avelin'' lMt r- gage, given by J. C. Pcnnv Co., are on dlsnlay. Jud«»5 are to deride on a name son* 1 MR. ANn MRS. AT.LEN n. READER nf Tike .Tackson are vlsltlnp in 1 V«<i' Tejta?,: ind MR. AND MRS. W. H. HTLL- YER. also of Lake Jaek.^n, ex- nect to leave Friday for Tampa, and other nlaces In Florida, lo visit his parents and three brothers. MRS. H. L. O'CONNELL likes her hobby of making oil paintings so well that three rooms in the O'Connell home are uniquelv decorated with her painting:. Parts of two walls, frorn the floor to t h " r-< : '-r> -, m the livlnu room, are covered with a beautiful paintin? IB feet long, showing a seascape with "islands and clouds. Another nalnting. on a wall in the television room, shows a heach scene at Waikiki. Hawaii. She got the idea for this when she and "Mike."' her husband, visited th»ir son when he was in service there. But the picture, she said, that <s 'n th» ir bathroom is very unusual and came strictly from her imagination. She painted a black stripe across a wall, and then eyes, appearing as if peering into the bathroom from an adjoining room. "But this didn't keep the children from lingering too long in the jathroom," as she had surmised might, she said, but it has aused, she noted, one of her cquaintances to refer to her s "the lady who has eyes in ler bathroom." The best know and probably ler best picture is a seven by 5-foot, bantism^l si.vne i vh*i Hrst Baptist Church of Lake Jackson. It was taken from a licture in her Bible showing he River Jordan. THOUGHT FOR TODAY Cooperation is essential for development and progress most anywhere, however, for it to be praiseworthy, commendable itfid wholesome, U surely ihouM lot be construed to >mply SB uhitrary or unreasonable bend: ng of one individual's will to •rmform to the parttclar wUh«« ' another. Cooperanen at jtt •ost is not onesided but .•oca!.

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