The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on July 3, 1957 · Page 2
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 2

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, July 3, 1957
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THI fACTS V»t« For *. L. "Mac" McKay rnndtdaff for CAXAI, COMMISSIONER Bra«M JH»rr Hurljor Nnvl- ftntion DMrlr.t •aid political sdv*rt(«ttent JnlT «, 1057 Art Fair Has French Motif „._ A Frpnrh mot.Jf, with the aisles named for famed Parisian street.";, was tisea to give continental aura to the recent Art Fair, the secontr annual one to be held t>y me nrazosport Art League. One hundred and eleven entries \vere registered for the exhibit which was held last Maurine Shorkej' for "The Iris weekend in the Velasco Com-; Cooper;" L. R. Gautreaux was munity House «n<3 was open to second with "Woofiscene;" and the public. (third place was taken by Allen Platter's "Rio Frio." Honorably mention went to Barbara Dunn. Leslie T. Hen- .Tudge for the event was | Lowell Collins, well - known I Houston artist. I Tn the adult division for A M01.IDAV" Ik ALUMINUM TABLE I !\. t fl.tOMwd 7tt m W**k [• Large 2x5 foot size f. eewty seerts right people . j • •fcsnV aluminum oomtnwrton fc. weigh* justUlfce. . • -Told* compactly to 80 i 54 inrhe* ient carrying handle CHAISI LOUNOf Hot Weather Special^ DINGPOOl *jss«$i «*•. »• <£$: L.: Let the kkb splash »m'«a:i to their heart*' content — they'll stay coo! ntirl < intertable! 57 inches in diameier, 7 to 8 iiuh*-» t i* -P. Made <rf tough blu« and white plastic Inli.-t-, eaeily. son, Frances Carhart. Margar ' paintings, first place went to et Hans, Ella Mielsch, Vera Crow, Marjorie Hawkins, Virginia Duson. Julia Crainer, Sybil Reddingfield, Q. Garrison, and L. R. Gautreaux. Marietta Farquharson took first place in the hand molded ceramics division with "Mother," while second place went to Eleanor Fallis for a collection of modern ceramics, and third was awarded Julia Crainer for "Donkey." Honorable mention was civ- en Beryle Gipson, Marietta Farquharion, Julia Crainer, and Frances Bass. In the student division. "Riverside' 1 by Emma Isabel Goodf wa» rated first, "River Boat" by Wayne Grlgar, second; and "The Saint," by Miss Good?, third. Honorable mention in this division went to David Dean, Wayne Grigar, and Nancy Mill can. In the Youth Division. "Desert Scene" by Ann Wilson took 'irst place, and unnamed en- ries by Sally Jamison and Danny Hancock took second and third places. Youth division honorable mentions were given to Ann Wilson and Ronald Farquhar- A special award went to J . Albercrombie for "Ruins Of Old Baylor." P Bride-Elect Shower Honoree in Shipper Home Miss "Wynell Elkins of Freeport was honoree at » tniscel- aneous bridal shower held r riday evening in the home of Mrs. M. C. Shpper. TV!is/i Elkins is the bride-elect j of U. Q. J. Aaberg and thej ' plan a July 13 wedding. A theme of pink and white t was used for the party with he serving table overlaid with white linen cloth of a cut vork design. An arrangement of pink as ten and baby's breath, with stiver trim, served at the cen- erpiece. On both sides of the floral creation were crystal candieholders with pink can- dl«s. Th* white cake square* served the 22 guests wer* accented by pink rosebuds. Pink lero- onade punch, topped with floating lemon sherbet, was «erved from a crystal service. Silver compotes holding nuts and mints were- also placed on the table. •' Mrs. Ann Dougntry presid- at the punch service. The honoree, her mother, Mrs. H. O. Elkins, th* groom- elect's mother, Mrs. J. E. Far. ington of Angleton, and hut jrandmother, Mrs. VT. L. Heler Sr.' of Alvin, wer* all presented corsages by the hostess- Elkmj wai presented a piece of h«r china by the host- essea, Mrs. Shipper and Mrs. C. W. McCool. .4. back |p«^ **«.Z4.M *" powerful 1TFZZ PICNIC JUG **•< SEE OUR MANY 'COOL" SPECIALS Tir**fOlt* AIR CONDITIONER • Automatic Temperature Control • Smart Decorator Styling • Draft- Fr«« Circulation « ProvidM cool, dry. Altered sir • Quiet Oporation r-.fl. 209.95 Pay only $5.00 Down - $2.25 o Wiilc, Special! 8-inch FAN for maximum air eircuUUon at minimum i SUN COT Ideal for Lawn, Beach, Camping, »tc. • Prams made ol durable aluminum tubing • Plaid Firestone Velon fabric uwed to frsm* • Full 74 i 28 inch «iie; fold* to 36 i 28 inch** 7ScA .¥*•*/ FREE To the ladies Parfum "folie d« minuit" de LAN1ER !• handy pun* sia*. Get jouri todaj HURRY-QUANTITIES LIMITED: fire$totte STORES TA1POM INK VILLAGE 7REEPORT PHONE 8 8806 Baptist Young People Now Attending Camp Seventeen young people, members of First Baptist 'hurch »t I^ake Jackson, left at < p.m. Monday tor the Bap- list Encampment in Palacios They are goin« in the bus recently presented to the church by the Brotherhood. C. R. Greene and W. J. Aucoin will drive it, and Bill iCeck, youth director, will be boy's sponsor, with Mrs. W. 1 J. Msniord as girls' sponsor. 1 She will be joined by Mrs. X. ° Burnett* on Thursday. I Girls making the trip ara Dale Williams, Barbara Skinner, Judy Threlkeld, Martha Jean Day, Sharon Hynds, Car. ol Morrison, Jean Ptrtle, Sharon Walk*!-,, Evelyn Lee, Maureen HansoR, and Jerry M«Cluskey. Boys are B u I o h Green, Keith Forb*s, Addison Johnson, and Leroy, Terry and Rlheard Speed. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Snoad are also attending th* encampment. NOW IN BRAZOIPOBT A FREE SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC BRADSHAW TRAVEL BUREAU Mt N. OuU Bl»«. A 4AKD PAINTING, top right by Frances Bast was •xhlMltd n*ar Ih* refreshment !»bl*s, arranfed Frtnch cat* itylt, In ih* Vslsste Community House whir* ih* re- c*ni Art Fair took plte*. "Mother." crt«t«il by Marietta Farquharsen, top l*(i. wan judge* ih* b*tt *nlry In ih* hand r.»ramies division. Shown at l*fl It L. n. Gsulrtaux wilh hit "Woodse*n*," which took i«eond plae* In Ih* adult dlrlilen el paintings. —Farts Pho»os By Don Widen, Builden of a .projected New York skyscraper, for th* benefit of "sidewalk - superintendent!" have erected »n observation platform complete with picture windows, flower boxes and a hostess. That's loafing in luper-de luxe style. PRESCOTT Harp J«w«lry 24 CIRCLE W4T LAKE JACKSON TELEVISION AND APPLIANCES SHADY OAKi PHONE 7-6331 LAKE JACKSON "WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL" CARRYING: A COMPLETE LINE or . . ADMIRAL Air-Conditioners Refrigerators * TelevisionB •A- Radios EASY WASHER - DRYER COMBINATIONS HOFFMAN EASY VISION TELEVISIONS "TOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH US" A Glimpse of Your Gas Company at Work OLD MiTERS DONT DIE • AIRLINE • RAILROAD • STEAMSHIP KiHCLV CALi. I i TO UXlf YOU WITH VOLI* TRAVEL PLANS PBONK 1-UM In fact, they don't have a chance to become respectably old at Houston Natural. For it'» part of our good housekeeping program to replace every meter at regular intervals. •> Used meters are brought to our service centers for a complete face-lifting. Mechanical part* ar« checked and overhauled, if needed. Meter cases go into a big drum where they art shot- blastsd down to the bare metal. Refurbished with metal-primer and a fresh coat of paint, meters are re-assembled ready for another "hitch" of service. Actually, few customer! know or cart whether w« replace their meters. And the roeUrt themselves would give many more years ol wrvkt than we demand. But it it a matter of pride that our e<piipn«»t speak well of tu. And from a practical standpoint, well-kept, efficiently operating equipment ie UM mark of a well-rua business that giva» it* customers full value for every dollar. HOUSTON NATURAL HOUSTON i?" 3 ' CAS COcVOtATiON |[ • - HOUSKM «ff It* COMfAWY . HOUWON >-.-?-

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