The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on July 1, 1957 · Page 3
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 3

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, July 1, 1957
Page 3
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Bra; ospJ • T "J? 1, 1957 Noi to yoi rnpre than ever, >t ijie best from c?r...Go Gulf the purple pump N|1f GULF CREST Jnde wi(.h a new, exclusive Gulf for- lula to keepengines cleaner, quieter, toother-running than any other Isoline. Packs more potential power Ir gallon 1 lian any other gasoline. IGuarantrod by Gulf. For the finest Trs ever bin f I. the whits pump IEW GULF iUPER NO-NOX stand-out for c:lf*an-hurning engine ion. Surp to deliver peak, knock- of pcrfonti.mco in the great miijority f cars. The h^t you can buy for all but tic most crititnl n[ today'* rrf'nex. \t the orange pump iOOD GULF. ICiives you top performance in every car j designed to operate on regular gasoline bprnusn it's parked with power a-plenty. Known for top econ- omy.Good Gulf in made to sm-e you money. It's that f high-value gasoline. Now, mon than tvir... to gat the best from your cir GO GULF THE TACfS Get-Acquainted Party Honors Girls From County Who Will Attend Camp I A group of 12 Brazoria Conn- nwimmin*. canoeing, lifesaving, \'v frirlK who will leave on July archery, tennis, riflery dramat- 14 for Camp Arrowhead at ics, pin? pong, journalism, cre- " ative writing, anrl many others. The girls will leave on a spe- Lec rial chn'-tciT-t lyis f-,-rn Houston on Sunday, .'ruly 14. A COSM [space will j ! spark which announcing the, ] Chicagolanct ! during 'ing f'yi \ pecte6. Hunt, were entertained at a jet-acquainted party at the home of Mr. and Mr?. Hearn, recently. The girls who plan to attend the 5-week camp include Becky Clement', Margei Montgomery, Betty Jamison, Barbara Kay Br»ntlpy. and Betsy Hearn from Angleton; Loin? Pierce and Tudy Simmon. Wejt Columbia: and Carolyn DriA-'ll. Betiv Ann Stweart. Linda Ste\vsrt.' Beth Lane and Gail evan? of Lake Jackson. Sevedal other parties are planned for the srirl«. including one Thurr-rtay at Jthe home of r>r. an'i *.! M. A. Stewart of Lakf. .Tarkfon. which is to be a boatin? parly 1 and chicken fry. ' Among the --ctiviiir; 31-3 ;'•..i b)e for tho e vho ett^nd the camp are horseback riding There strands nerve. are about a million in the human op;ic NOW OPEN BROWN'S ''c-rvioe Station and Trading Post HiT. 28* and Main St. Clute Fo-mrrlj Simm'5 Service Station "We buy ana «•!! anything of valof" AIT! te> INCOMING PRESIDENT o( Ih. FrMport ButlntM * Pro- fmiiona! Womtni Club ii Shlrloy Mnon. Ufl, who wn Intlalltd In a ctrtraony last w«»k in th« Dow Heltl Coral Room. Delia Cnppx, right. If th« immtdiilt put prul- d«nl of Ih* eluh. Brozoria Rainbow Girls Complete Plans For Trip To Grand Assembly ••••••••••••••••••••»»• ^vj «ishi/n FICSTA The Brazoria Rainbow Assembly, held an initiatory meeting with 20 members present followed by a surprise barbecue staged at the BraMiria home complimenting the sponsors of the assembly. ; All arrangements and re' freshments at the barbecue were planned and completed by the girl?. Duritu the business meeting, plans were completed for 11 members of the assembly to at- lend Grand Assembly to be held in Dallas starting Saturday. Members of the Sweeny Assembly joined the Braroria members in Brar.oria and shar- "d the bus that tools them to Dallas \vhere thev stayed at -ie Adolprms Hotel. Mi.«=e« Katie Beth Fulch, >M Taylor. Jo Ann Brugance, Dorothy Weaver. Be'tv .t o Schwehel. Jo Beth McElrath, "..irhara franklin. Emily Bell. .'uanita Thompson. Jen? lie Polk and Hotha Ward, accom- par.j«d by Mr'. .7. H Brigance ind Mrs. A. J. Proebstl? made the trip. Generals Le« and Grant fought on the same *ide in the Mexican War. B« ttttr t» e*teh tt\r "Kit PrNe Wlnner<" .TonTI fln-l the rifht T»ckle in4 SnppM-i at Plarntr'* Tint* »-Htf If you think you save when you buy a Ford ... wait 'til you discover what you save owning one... not to mention what you save when you go to sell! You *av« when you buy. TW« for sure! Fof aU the KorcJ Fairlane'i greater length (longer than »nv other lo«.pric<Kl nedan) ... for all iti rvtra room (greater o\i-r»ll width than many >n<Y/mm-priced cars) ... for all its liijj-car "fwl" (first low-priced car to break the two ton barrier!.! ... it vlitl is th<; t.OWIW-pricrd t" in it 1 : class!* But the savings ilon't slop thtre. Not \>\ a long shot! When \on iwn a Ford, vou'll ilisco\rr that Ford'i n*w Thinulwbird \'-8'$ and Mileage Maker Six have their ou-» spffial built-in jatirig ways! And when you go to sell . . . Wow! So. thanks to the rook-solid "Inner Ford," you can evpect vour new kind of Ford to return more of its original pric« than any other car. Come iu and see in today... and start your Ford account. tb« nun- Ira tlu ban I ini'i $«, uit nii: »«(f VCB- ».».* ngleton Motors, Inc. Angleton, Texas West Columbia, YOU GET THE BEST DEAL AT YOU •Band an imi»u/iului«V titjgestij ttitil delitetid price* Clydt V. Lie Motors Curry LOWEST PRICED T (HE LOW-PRICE THREE PENNEY'S N 8»t in en tht eomfortabl* frtcdom of P«nn*y-«xcl« 8«» in en icrvingi mad* pottibl* only by expert wid get into tool, colorful, eaty-livin' Penney tporttweafx Have a glorious ON SALE TUESDAY 9:30 A. M. PRINEY.PLANNED VERSATILITY Port 1 ... • pIvyMittl Pmrt 2 ... a matching sf:5rtl l ! UtU* * <Me-p««cer, iU waut t* a*4 «Ustici««rf fur a b-r-«-a-t-K-iag, *t, iu pnu»nt shoulders you-ti«d to n-IUtin^. Step lightly iui* th« buUon- Uurt to answer a surprise doorbefl . . . for a qmek 4aih dowv-tovrn. 1're-cooled airy ••e-UntHtgh proof in khimmery, •tripM or checks. Priced with our for your 88 t.JO STRETCH YOUK FASHION BUDWtl '. PENNEY'S 2-PART COTTONS i MATCHING BLOUSE & SKIRT Sue 10 18 Flower prints, uermie- ii-ii-s. jitriju-s, wonderful io ruiubiiie \\ith > our oilier skijts and blouses! Peimey-pri</ in hike- warm water. 10 to 18.

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