The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 24, 1957 · Page 5
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 5

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, June 24, 1957
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1957 Wwkend Visitors Wtekend vlsiton of Mr. and Mrt. K. S. O'Neal of Freeport included Mrs. Alec Beaty and Mr§. Francis Wood, both of Merced, California. THE PACTS ^^iTjSfcirts For Men Are 'Advised that Mr »n<4 mr— j-\»i_ * _- • ^-'•"fc-'^-v Patricia Lynn 1, the name that Mr. and Mrs. Otis Lee ttoard of Lake Jackson have se- Shi"!. V helr "* w dau «ht«r. s>h* was born June 20 at Dow ? nd w « > * h e d six s and 10 ounces HAVE YOUR DREAM V WITH A Guardian Holiday Loan *.ur vacation dream, can come hue with a H ;; •« 1™*' 8 r " h!nif ' "*"*• c " mbin ». -v loafing in th. sun, the an^er to your vac,t.on I Remember When You Come to Guardian You Come In Confidence Guardian FINANCIAL CORPORATION WIM BR ° AD TH. !.,». rKEEPORT. TEX AII Tn FllEEPORT Innrance "Nert , ALIKE M08BY UP Hollywood Writer I HOLLYWOOD — HIV- Movl«- towners have been sweltering in a heat wave but they'd walk in comfort, George Sanders pro- I posed today, if men wore short I skirts — or went nude. i "Of course, everybody should .be nude when swimming, | iiT.und !• " fV'n sir! n They should only ,vear cloth- in? when it is -nore romfortable to rlo fa," exnounr'ed the un- pi-e'Iictah:^ Senders. He wa«; ivnarin'? the usual ;uit and lip, but ''if r wr-ren't ™ch a ward' h» -.vould have been 1'inchlner in Rom.ino'f's in the attire he thinks is best for p,™. if I'-,.. : nf - r . 0] , .. ../.. in? clothes at all: A terry rlolh windbrraker, a plastls belt with pockets and a/terry cbth kilt. And underneath the kiH? "Nothing," said Sanders suavely. Towel Around Mlddl* "Why should men put up with discomfort? I'm most comfortable when I have a towel wrapped around my middle. Men originally wore skirls, say- way, and the Persians invented trousers for women for chastHv purposes. But somehow alon'^ 'he line women took over I to further think.'! that ev.-ry- hody should wear badges list- in? names, ape?, whether sin- 2le or parried or in the market for romance. "This would save a lot of urbane Sanders. In Hollywood it would help 'f the badge* also listed your salary and overnight Trendex DIAMONDS $17.95 -$2,000.00 EASY TERMS NO CARRYING CHARGES McSPADDEN J E W E L R Y •CREDIT JEWELERS- FREFPORT, . , "Of course." he concluded slnnmily, "iViis fashion never will be an imr""rlfat? success. I am a coward. I couldn't wr?ar it. The reform will havs to p-ow Erartually wj(hin our^Ives. Our attitude that parts of ihe body are sinful and have (0 '•>=> r-.' -- I - -. ' j Mls»«d An CnporhmUy ! "The Commnni-.ts have a ; great opportunity to reform clothing. But no — thev want In hi li 1 « ,,r. j<i .,.- . ,.;. , . idlr.tlc in'a tte, but he wears one. They're getting farther behind !•- '--;«nj r ri'h- Why don't they invent some interesting looking costumes instead of bombs?" Sanders is full M unorthodox ideas. He debuts as a TV series tonight on NBC In "The George Sanders Mystery Theater." "I'm « poor man's Hitchcock." But he nonetheless thinks the only good thing about TV is the jcotftnercinls. ' A l go out of tne room dur- during the commercials," said Sanders, "i love them. Tney are wonderfully creauve, and I i_an L say mat about ihe shows. "AH TV is good for is to get a girl into your apartment, anyway. It's me boon to a oachclor since the invention of etchings." High School Girls Told I hey Marry Too Soon • MEMPHIS, Tetin. —W)— Two high school girls report a trend to teen-aged marriages. Suzinne McDonald and Bar- :ara Medford v/vote in their rchool newspaper that 14 out of 79 senior girls it Memphis J ech High .School are married. 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