The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 27, 1959 · Page 3
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"» ; and St aaeria County, tejcas, thuri, August 27,1959 From Th« Mat«rnit« .Joanna Lee made her debut n Dow rfospltal Aug. 18 weigh- ng an even seven pounds. She. 3 the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ames Fredrick Goodson, reeport. . . * * * . • \ug. 20 was the date Preston ayne arrived in DowHosp'ftal; ; ght pounds, four and a half nces was his weight and his rents are Mr. and Mrs. Ja- BS Fredrick Brown Sr., Fre- ort. *«» • • omething new has beet) added the home of Mr. and Mrs. linnie Wayne Redden. Lake ckson. John Ronald arrived '. Aug. 21 in Dowttospltalwel- Jng seven pounds; four oun- Vn even eight pounds was the! sight when Linda Kay was born i Dow rfospltal. She arrived a Aug. 21 and her parents sre Ir. and Mrs. David Edwin Mo- rlson, Lake Jackson. * * * Clute friends and neighbors of Ir. and Mrs. Wilbur Lawrence andlln are congratulatlngthem pon the birth -of Jimmy Monoe on Aug. 21. Theyoungman /elghed to at •e/ght pounds, 14/4 ounces at birth atDowHos- Itat * * * ' . Mr. and Mrs. Donald Willis cott, Freeport, added Sr. to lelr name when their son. Xxwld Willis Jr.. was bom In Jow Hospital on Aug. 21. The lew arrival weighed seven pounds, eight and a half ounces. •• * * Young Gary Wayne's parents; Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Simpson. Lake Jackson, are proudly announcing his arrival on Aug. 2S in Dow Hospital. He tipped the scales at seven pounds. 123/4 ounces at birth. * * *. Freeport gains a new citizen with the birth of Samuel Robert in Dow Hospital Aug. 22. His birth weight was recorded at nine pounds and one half ounce and. his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Merrlu Cowan. * • • . It's a "junior" member of the family for Mr. andMrs. Austin Love Sr. of Freeport. Austin Love Jr. arrived In Dow Hospital Aug. 23 seighing seven pounds, seven ounces. * * * An Angleton :mlss made her debut in Dow Hospital Aug. 23 Mr. and M$s v George Henrjv Ann Jr. have named their daughter Marilyn Jane and she weighed five pounds. 10 ounces at birth. Lake LWV Plans Year's Programs Mrs. Howard Brock was appointed publications chairman at the August board of directors meeting of the Lake Jackson League of Women Voters. The board also adopted the Calendar of programs and work r or the 1959-80 year. Meetings '( unit groups will be held egularly mornings and even igs of the second and 'ourt! 'uestjays of each mon' 1 Board meetings have ^eei >t for the fourth Frir'- Pamela Kay's birthplace was Dow Hospital on Aug. 24. The young lady weighed si* pounds, one ounce and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. TomAlvln Prtl- tt, Clute, • • * » Eight pounds, seven ounces was the weight, Dow Hospital was the place, and Aug. zt was the date that Mr, and Mrs. Basil Leon Smith became the parents of s daughter. SherylLynrt Will reside with her-family In Freeport. • Wardrobe Posses On Slim Budget NEW YORK itJPI) - if the budget is too slim to provide a whole new wardrobe tor baek-to- schoolera In your houM, try these money-saving tips. Don't throw out slightly out- crown clothes. Let down the hem of a too-short dress and caver the crease with rows of embroidery or rick-rock. Add a pocket with the same designs. Make a Jumper out of a dress. Remove the sleeves arid cut out the neckline, making It lower In front. Bind armholes and neckline with a plain color on a plaid dress, embroidery on a solid-color dress. An outgrown blouse, too short to tuck Into a skirt, mokes «n Ideal dickey for the Jumper. A summer cotton can be dyed a darker color and worn as • "transitional" cotton. An outgrown spring coat can become a Jacket. Cut oft at the hlpllne and finish with a new hem. A princess coat makes' a good fitted Jacket, and a box coat a full Jacket If there are pockets, cut below them, adding shallower pocket linings If necessary. With the left-over material, add cuffs If sleeves are too short. Use the left-over fabric from a coat for a matching beret or beanie. Add hanky pockets In the form of a double pouch over a belt. Applique a western motif for Dower* for tills. Collegiate Clos Rings of Horn VOSS EUECTEIC TRIM-EDGER • M HP Elec. Motor • U Inch Cutting Blade • Motor Operate* At Any Anile, Vertical or Horkonal • Discharge* Away from Operator. Ask About Oar Partnership Plan FREE DEMONSTRATION Terms and Free Delivery WE - BAY SALES CO, Call CV 7-M55 Or Aoiletoa TI 9-6MO NEW YORK (UEO - A girj needs more than a full closet to flx up a college room with all the comforts at home. Here Is a list of Items to be packed or bought after arriving at school: A travel steam Iron, sweater and garment bags, shelving paper, multiple skirt hangers, folding laundry rock, heating pad. •ecord player, portable radio and/ >r. TV, portable typewriter, die- Ipnory, desk set, bulletin board, lonie-town telephone directory ur address book, cellophane tape, hot plate, can opener, knife, fork, spoon and plate, camera, molding hooks for hanging pictures, mirrors and bulletin boards. Also useful are shoe racks which rest on the floor (many schools forbid putting nails In walls), hair dryer, desk lamp, ashtrays (preferably the beanbag type), wastepaper basket, flashlight, and linen. Students who take to Uw bed to study wffl need bolstered back rests. Checking account at a bank near the campus also will com* In handy. And remember to change magaalne subscriptions to your new address. FOE Planning Turkey Barbecue On Sunday The Brawwport Fraternal Order of Eagles will hold a turkey barbecue on Sunday at the FOE Hall on Surfside Road. Serving will be from noon until 5 pjn. Barbecue turkey with all the trimmings will sell for Jl a plate ror aaults and 50 cents for children. All proceeds from the barbecue will go to the Thomssj Hughm School for Crippled Children at Port Arthur. The public Is Invited to attend. 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