The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 24, 1957 · Page 3
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Freeport, Texas
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Monday, June 24, 1957
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t, and Bra seria, County, Monday, Jun« 94, 1957 Douglas Arrives Mr. and Mrs. Roy W. Dnrn- ' Ingues arc the prmirl parents Of t- new bsby hoy. Douglas Joseph. This new Frceport resident weighed six pound' arid IS and one-lialf ounrrs when h» made his first appeal ance on June IB at Brazosporl Memorial | >»«t To Rnis« l«aion Hall Fund i Twenty-two members of fh» n bMilclins fund for an Amer i.ratnes Anderson American l.p.litan legion Hat] in P -szovin. leion Pof! me.t for tlicir regular' Thl> P""" 1 "' «'»tf o' cf<V''v 'Ill-monthly meeting (o hear re- - wl " ?oon <~ompletp. their .voar'. irons on.ooffliniiiec.v •Tm'.-n ii • , work, with an election slater for fund rai~ng nrnij-rts to he for -'"'y '• Io name, officers for u.«ed In paying off the notes on llle 1957-58 year. the Mflgasrd Park, which is : °being hough; for an American, ll ** ke * lO'inche*: o,' t Legion Hall site, and to start •''' an inch of raV. THS FACTS "olorful Lingo Used By Barbados Natives, Youth Night Wili / WILLIAM J. FOX UP Staff Corrnpondent BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — j — Th£ ulrl leaped for Ihe ! • arid, the laxl harely surly per.«tm just 'oecause* every 'liquer "'^-'"^''^"'^iBe At Gulf Park Moil* as a over -" (blend 'share the costrof som The transition: "Don't be a fir) , (nim , ^ f alcrnum ,„ Ioca) i ,. YoiI , h Nj(fh) ,, undp with a mattle (bosom' rection of the First her. The driver grinned: Tom, Dirk and Harry see.™ , • -j , I ood-naturedly, and r.he yelled llacakdaifical. They ran be as £" s a i^g "yintf fish at : rm«> i Church of Freeport will be heir BiBt at 6 p ' m - al ON SALE Tuesday NEW LOW PRICES! i Lalnratory.tasted by Penney's! Tested in the home by millions of smart homcmakers! . . OUR NATION-WIDE SHEL fmfie muslins! Thread rount — hltrher than you expert In tli.s type! \Ve.iv -- vi .vp?rb even iiotris r.'irl mofls hny Natlon-Widts! A proud Pen- iic.v braid, enr of thf* mott pnruitar «nt(t In Amerl- r» . . . i tnie er-jinir.y sheet, Ic.w In pi •<•-. |rv\g on servi-v. t.rst qual.t> nl»j\s! HI IIT IOK Inchci. SO) 4t b.T lS-ln(h r*W4. tS i i b? 1M lrirh»« hy »« Inrhn ANOTHER SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED PtNNfY a FULL SIZE ALUMINUM j CHAIRS RELAX YOUR BUDGET. TO. rom fort . . . solid l'emie> nualtti ! Thcs« roomy i* ue conAtrurted ul i^il^ixcd alunun :n\ tubing v -wt'tjfht lor easy moving , . . plenty niRgwl tov s wrv.ctf! Cuve.etl in stur.iy Mfun piaid lor an in st>,« Folds flat for »u<rti.K. C-<iat;),i:- back. ONLY 4 44 treated, t h * .The ™,,on» used by the vWrthn^nr^^^ -ajuns — local name for Bar- ing officious — have a good >adism* - serve to enhsW time * : he never-never quality of life : If vou get hungi'v vou miaht n thi.s British West Indian try some coSepeT a « tew paradise, where many composed of a va 'ir v , i»onl« wori: live months a year.'- — ______ ?o fishing the rest. i There is * special lilt to the ' language of the native, so thut jhis English comes out with, a miisicsl Scots overtone. But the j cafftiffling (contusing! words I ftnd phrases come up over the j past three centuries is enough | 'o hag ( worry t * visitor to • death. ; Txmdon 1 * Cocfenej-s have n b»- ! wilderlng collection of terms i and some of their influence may ! have crept into the Barbadian ! socech, since, (his It a little tit of Old England in the Carib- b,esn. To help th* reinitiated over the hurdles of Barbadian speecfc. S. Roger Wolin. »poke-man for Psn American World Airways- Wilbur L. Morrison executiv* vice president in charge of *he Latin American Division at Miami. Fl»., came up, with a glp--a,v of terms. 9em« SampUi A typical bit of advice to a visitor might run like ths, Wolin said: "Don't be a grumpus-bark just because every Sam Cow and Dupp" seems sawney ma- lawney. They can b» a sprank- i play . 1 ?""' .!*,"" ' F The ^« th <* «•« Brazospor, r J ,. 'Jl ' area are Invited to attend. . '«v*> wolt. Oth- Those lacking transportation to 1 ' e< ,, J 'J t " ml«ht find your- the beach are asked to meet * «ho h« ? , e! ' /u-' "' ' he chllrcl1 al B p ' m ' where r who ha * o " l «"yed his they will be provided with "*"'• rides. MISS IRIS Fiola Fort«nb«rr -f Wett Columbia wa« nnmtd "• o u n 1 T Commissioner »t lluebonnet Girls Stain held t ths Texaj School for Jh« 51ind in Austin. A represen- •,tiv« of the American T e, -non Auxiliary, sh* is on* of : 160 junior Jtudnntj selected 'rom Texas high schools. Vntfr For ^. L. "Mac" McKay Ondluaie 'or C'ANAI. COMMISSIONER Tlraziw Rirpr Hsrhnr Narl- fation nislrirt .T.ilv 8. 1957 pnirt pnlllleal ndrertisment DELECTABLE DAIRY FOODS ARE County Red Cross Group Will Meet The Annual M-eting of the Br»7.ori» County Chanter of the ' American National Red Cro« is to be held June 27. al 7:30 b.m. in the Brprosoort Savings and Loan Office f «. The an- "ouncenieiii >>-a* made t<v!sv hv • T!. C. Findtay, Chapter Chair- ' man. Th» nrincipal Items of business w'll be the election of officers for the coming vear and reports rega-Hing the past year's work. Of particular interest vjll he a lummarv covering Red Cro<« activitv during the recent floods and the Chapter n*rtiripation in Operation Rebound. Civil Defense Atomic Bomb exercise held a few motnhs hark. "Our meeting i' ooen to the public." Findlay said, "end we are hopeful that the meeting will be well attended.™ Lillian Marie Is New The nev daughter in the home of Mr and Mrs. Gerald Flovd Sidock of Freeport is Lillian Marie. She.was born •lime 20 and weighed eight pound" »nd two and o^ie-holf ounces upon arrival at Brazos- port Memorial Hospital. -o • Iruulntion and tight-fitting windows with double glass can cut heatlnj costs in h 11 f in farm buildings. "THE FIRST STEP TOWARD A CURE IS TO KNOW WHAT THE DISEASE IS" — 'lAutnor'i rUm* Belawi— RMen-cS" »'i»iiti»i* huve nr>w perfected ». we chenu- cul r«-«jfnt» ttiit enable phvitcitnii to .make i po«(- tm dUionsts of rertim d:«- ra^es. Often 'he rtu«* of a -icknr« mill h«s to b« de- leiinined by ilclMfully elim- malinit wtiat it cannot b* •»om*tur.w> mort than one vistt .is necesaary to Rccom- plLsh tnu. To impatiently rush from ou« vmyfcmn w> another » unvuc. You c.«n usually get well nvich more quickly li »fter r)ioo»:ng your piTsician. you give him the neeruuv lime u< lind oui what u wron». .«o thai he tun h«i;> .vou IIMMI VUl l{ IMIVSIOIAN CAN I'HONK Telephone 3 3381 WHKX voi: \Kt:i) A i Pisk up voai- jiieiiiipiiun \l ihappini ne»r us. or lei us dilnti prompUv -.nthout txna charge. A treat many poop!- enlrusi in Aitii the respon- itny ct dllu.g thnr ,wt- ipuons. Ma} 1 wa con-)v:>:!tiu yourt? ; Velasco Rexall^ Pharmacy 823 GULF BLVD. PKESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS Latin »toYcrb iiuthnr un knowni <'op<rijhl I»d7 iSWil An abundance of Ple»»in* Cheese .... all the family's favonto types, both domestic and imported, natural •> ! processed. You'ii Appreciate the neatness of -their protective icKaging and th? vaiiety of si?.fs fnim uhich to select. Always a good rcMsnn to stop at Henke's spin kliny-clcan .dairy cases, where dairy foods are frwhw! Todny we recommend creamy, rich . . . Illllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll <=SH, LIAN, SUPtRIOR QUALITY Ground Beef 39' WISCO'iS . .ATE MILD CUtCSE t LUNCHEON MEAT Swift's Prem Lb. U. S 60VT. INJ'ICTIO Jasmine Franks V., b : 39c HOME GROWK FRESH, TINDER Green Peppers 35 12-0z. ^l^C Can = OViN-PRESH ICED CAKE Per Lb. 10 = BORDEN'J VERSATILE (ream Cheese 2 ?£: 2k flenke^Pillot -Angel Food Bars ^ 49c NEW! PATIO FROZEN mm • macaroni 2 80, Ofl r^- LJ9 D I V KROGER.' CO These values good Mon,, Tues. and \Ved., al Hen. ke's where jou »ave two \va>* . . . Low I'ricei and Tup Value Stamps! Save Top Value Stamps for Gift'-! Camay Soap Camay Soap Jov Liquid Bud Wattle Syrup Bruce Self-Polishing Wax 2 R*9ulor •art 2 la* Sari 2Jc Can 39€ Can 69C Bol. 23c Mazoia Oil Argo Corn Starch Sani-Wax Trend Detergent Trend Detergent £.35c ?-.61c VtMk 45c B«79c 2 tt. 39c 49c

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