The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 26, 1957 · Page 4
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Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, June 26, 1957
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"if.: Faulks Are Honored On 25th Anniversary Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Faulk were honorees at a 25th silver wedding anniversary partj' held recently in the fellowship hsll of the Chile First Methodist Church and sponsored by 1h* Women's Society of Christian Service of the church. Kev. Faulk is minister of the church. Decorations for the event were consistent in a blush pink and silver color theme. A large white heart was placed at one end of the room and was appliqued with blush pink roses and the silver numbers, 25. Crepe 'paper of the same. FASHIOf IETTES By United Press blush pink color was drapec around the room and was holding silver bells. The service table was decorated wth a white floral arrangement and held an oblong cake decorated with si! ver beils and leaves and white roses. Fruit juice punch was served from a crystal punch service. Mrs. Hazel Ferris served the cake while Misses Anita Evans and Pat Streetman presided at the punch service. Some 60 guests were pre.* ent for the occasion and were registered by Mrs. Matt H. White. Mrs. Faulk wa? presented I a while carnation corsage by ! the "Questers" Sunday School class which she teaches. The Faulks were given a silver coffee service as a gift of the There will be no shortage of entire church. perfumed rice for summer Out-of-town' guests for the weddings .United Press recent- , occasion iric luded Mr and ly reported that a Wilton, | Mrs Rue and daughter Sandv Conn a firm was introducing | from Crowlev _ L . and Mr j scented rice for the bridal _sea- N ou son. The manufacturer said the _ .. , result was such a flood of or- Kath y from " d ders, it now has stepped up its production. Original order for the scented rice was 1.000 pounds. The othar day the company (Angelique Perfumes) or- . ""'. ,. , dered 10 tons i brenpd st ! cks a . re . a "^ rom - j pamon to salads and soups. New term "overheard in New i^ emove crusts hom enriched York's garment district during bread sllces - Spread both sides fail showings is "casual formal." Mrs. Florence Barufkin, Vvho owns her own store in Philadelphia, said customers a?k for the casual formal. "What they really mean," she added with a smile, "is a formal casually done up in sequins and beads." of bread with mayonnaise. Toast in hot waffle iron until brown. Cut into thin strips, about six from each slice. Fashion designers sec plenty of spots before their eyes for ; the new season. Leopard in everything from the genuine article to leopard in print form shows throughout collections. Lingerie designer Robert Rosenfeld features leopard print velvet in skinny-pants lounge- i wear. The coveralls have three- i quarter length sleeves and srooped neck. ] Bill and Tom with — LOCATIONS Srrrln* tht Braioiport Amt 24 HOURS A DAY 1W N. Parkin*. L J. Ph. 7-Z475 101 W. Broad, Freepor! 3-4122 Fut-Fre* Pickup * DcllTerjr K«(l«t«red Pharmiclit on duty at all tlmu. Mfht Phone*: 1-6197 Bill •r 7-a«7 TOM GARRETTS' PHARMACIES PERT AND PRETTY la Volln'i purt «ilk organza over taffeta blouse In gay ihadei of blua and gre«n itripei with a saucy bow. So light and Ill- some for travelling around, It it worn over Avorn'i black silk faille maUmity iklrt. The coatum« li verutllt and »J«n- derlxtng for our young moth- «r-to-b« to wear thlf *umm*r. VOTE FOR . L. "Mac" McKay candidate for CANAL COMMISSIONER Brazos River Harbor Navigation District JULY 6 1. I will work for another railroad to our port. 2. I will work for a fresh water supply, thereby having water for new industry. 3. I shall fight for equal freight rates and abolish discriminations against our port. 4. I would work toward building another road to the harbor thereby relieving heavy trucking traffic in Freeport. 5. I am heartily in favor of expansion of the port, both present and future. 8. I will work in harmony with other commissioners for the betterment of the Navigation District. 7. Visitors and reporters always welcome. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED 1 a. L. "Mac" McKay paid political adverUuaect f YOU GET 30 BONUS BUCK GOLD STAMPS I RIGHT ON THE LABEL f SPECIALS for Itan, M. and W., Jm 27-2MTJ I WI RlSnvt THI RIWT TO IIMIT QUANTITIB I * SHOP SUPER-.VALU "FIRST" FOR "SUPER QUALITY" MEAT YOU'LL INJOY DOING IUSINISS WITH THI FRilNDLY PEOPLE IN OUR MEAT' DEPARTMENTS SWIFT'S PREMIUM WHOLE CUT-UP RIADY FOR FRYING "SUPER QUALITY" GRAIN-FED, TRIMMED BABY BEEF . . . REALLY TENDER SHOULDER ROAST 39< SIRLOIN STEAK 6* ADMIRATION COFFEE Choice of GrM SUPIR QUALITY" HICKORY SMOKED ORIOLE SLICED BACON "SUPIR QUALITY" SWIFT'S PRtMIUM PICNIC PACK ASSORTMINT LUNCHEON LOAVES * SHOP SUPER.VALU "FIRST" FOR FRESHNESS * yOU'LL INJOY DOING BUSINESS WITH THI FRIENDLY PEOPLE IN OUR FRUIT AND VEGETABLE DEPARTMENTS WHITI SIIDIISS THE CREAM OF THE BEANS"... NICE 'N' FRESH KENTUCKY WONDER DIISS ^ ^|k California GRAPES.:.19 s CE 'N' FRESH ^^ HOMI SHOWN FMSH BELL PEPPERS HOMI CROWN GREEN ONIONS HOMI CROWN FMSH RID RADISHES Lb. 14 YOUR CHOICI BuiKlNS 15 MIRACLI—« QiMrtcrt to th« Pound MARGARINE FOR FINE COOK INS a*4 SALADS TOO KRAFT'S OIL *, Ollvt, Livtr, Jumbo Cooked Salami » ^ ( or Armour't Star Bologna^!*.''... Lb. SAVE 1 m. • .^ A ^ • W NOW INJOY THI FRUIT COMIINATION Of MACH AND APRICOT California NECTARINES.. :. 23 CARNATION'S DELICIOUS Lbs. FRUIT SHERBET COOLING... REFRESHING... Take Home A Carton And Give The Family A Treat... Aist. Flavors HALF GAL. CTN. 69 RAMONA GRAPE NECTAR •EAUTIFUL LARGI IC-Oi. ICE TEA GOBLETS ASSORTED COLORS t ^\f CLOTHES PIN BAG ^ 17 'Bottle Carton. PLUS GOLDEN AGE SODA WATER or MIXERS Qt. BottU (PLUS DEPOSIT) ROMAC DURABLE WET Assorted COLORS MOPS EA. BONDWARE WHITE D \f 1^ IX T T ^\ w^ K TT n I I K flltf .^^1^^ PAPER PLATESr 49' BARK DOG FOOD DOC FOOD SACK 5 LI. SACK 59 It's Doggen* Good I REG. PRICE 18e, LESS 3c OFF OF TODAY'S LOW PRICE . . . AJAX CLEANSER (flout Can (N«t) 15 SEABROOK FRESH FROZEN STRAW LIGHT CRUST ENRICHED «| FLOURS IES PKG. CHOICE OF WHITE PINK Yellow Box of 200 TISSUES GIANT 10-Lb. PKG. AD DETERGENT FOR AUTOMATIC WASHERS REGULAR PRICE LESS TODAY'S LOW PRICE .... $ 2.29 50c off $•79 1 GIANT SIZE FAB REGULAR PRICI LESS 5c •H. TODAY'S LOW PRICI 68' FLORIDA COLD FRUH FROZEN 25' 25' ORANGE JUICE.. .2 JUNKIST FRiSH FROZIN LEMONADE 2 ;. SUIROOK FRiSH FROZEN SLICED PEACHES...' •OOTH-S IRIADID FRKH FKOZIN FISH STICKS :••; 35 C •LUI STAR FRESH FROZEN APPP E • CHERRY PIE 25 C •LACK GOLD SMOOTH'SPREADING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY'S PLEASURE ... SUPER-VALU BRINGS YOU "The Cisco Kid" K7KGUL-TV LISTEN TO "PAUL BERLIN" ON "Date with Super-Valu" MONDAY Thru SATURDAYI;?i^ !:S^ KNUZ r Peanut BUTTER H: 49 (WIFT'S SHORTENING g^ gg« ^^ SWIFTN'ING 3-79 M RID JBHf ^^ BUG KILLER 79 Cashmere Bouquet TALCUM 39< GIANT CAN , LU , „„ n HALO SHAMPOO Ltavas Your Hair Vhlstte Cl*£,. OiulSfu NON-SCUF SELFPOLISHING LIQUID SIMONII COLGATE =59 INSTANT SH4VE m MISS THERESA Kokena'« engagement and approaching marriage io Roberi O'Leary ii announced br her parents, Mrs. Marparet Campbell of Lake Jackson and F. X. Kokena o[ Conroe. The groom-to-b« is the «on of Mr. and Mri. C. O Leary of Long Iiland, N. Y. Th« wedding date hai been let for Juljr 2 at 8 a.m. In the Freepori St. Mary'i Star of the Sea Catholic Church. Inflation! are extended through th» press. Alaskan Males Appreciate Their Women, Writer Says Bf VIVIAN SANDE UP Staff Correipondent NEW YORK —tW— It's true what they say about the quantity of eligible men in Alaska. Beth Day, a pretty authoress who lived and worked there says "If I were single, I'd be mighty tempted to heart north." She said that not only are there about six eligible men for every single woman, but the men ar interesting—"not , domg a job worth doing." Mrs. Day doesn't look like an adventurous type. She is slender, in her early 30'?, and. very pretty, with dark brown hair and'eyes and a soft, sweet smile. But she has written a number of adventure books for young people, as well as biographies and magazine articles for adults, and prefers as. sitjnments that take her to out- over-civilized"— and the wom-l pMhc - wa - v P'-^es. She and her en who marry them seem to| writcr - htl!;b; ' nf1 ' Don ''d Day, lead happier 'lives than many 5 P ent •' ! « ve ™l weeks in an nl- city women. ' mOFt uninhabited area of Brit"You can 'see it in their fac-l ish Columbia where Beth gath- ei," she said. "They don't go in erpri rnat(>ria l '° r » h °c*- for chic clothes or store-bought Rlght now sh<> '" writing a beauty »idf, but they generally book about an n'conolic. are very attractive and seem " Il ' s a fascinatin ? story," seem to stay young a lot longer shc said than most women In the !me from Statcs." bany. But » on '- v ukr -' 1 York to A1 ' warning sign. FREEPORT INSURANCE AGENCY OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY IN BRAZORIA COUNTY ,, Phone 3-5252 121 W. Broad Frmport Appr«clai»d —° , Mrs. Day feels the reason, After the home gardener has | for this is simple. The women I 5<wrfe( i h!s lawn , he j ust cuts up are appreciated by their men the carton and puts out the who recognize that keeping house and bringing up child- Iron in a territory that /reeires jin, in the winter in not thet j easiest job in the world. I "It's the love and respect, they get that keeps the women! young and lovely," she added. I Mrs. Day went exploring in) Alaska to do i book —• "Glac-l icr Pilot" — about the terri-' (lory's first glacier pilot, Bob! |Hci?vr, ami the tough, salty] [bunch (if hush pilots who pio_ j I ncercd Alaska's skies in sinfjle- | engine planes. In collecting the! material, «he had plenty ol thrilling experiences. One was a flii'ht to the Aleutians thrntr'h tremendous, swirlingi ton. The fog was so thick she |<T>;ilm!'t see the land even af- j'.er the plane touched down.i land the Island wa« so small i she a?ked the pilot, "What; would happen if you overshot' yo:ir rnnrV;?" "We'd land in Siberia," he, replied. | Th« D«p Freen She learned that igloos are- !n't n'^'le solely of ice blocks,; jhut that whalebone and sod i are used She was im-1 prt-ssed vith the Eskimo com- ! rauni'.y det-p-freezes —• huge, rnoms cut in the deep ice' where the natives store their meat. Anyone can go down any time and help himself. ; She liked the Alaskan fron- tier-r,pe men. : "They live full, vital lives," she said. "They reel they are] AMBULANCE SERVICE Invalid PH. 5-2511 BRAZOSPORT FUNERAL HOME 131 LAKE JACKSON RD. BETTER FURNITURE FOR LESS 119. W. SECOND STREET <fiun^ 3 -^ ' FREEPORT, TfcXAS

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