The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 5, 1962 · Page 2
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Freeport, Texas
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Sunday, August 5, 1962
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PAOT 2 Edftoffal~.A(lv.-.BI 3-351 t—Classlfletl—.81 3-24U T H 1 BRAZOSPORT PACTS BRAZOSPORT AND BRAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST I, 194J Weiner's Stores Sell Only First Quality Merchandise West Columbia News n.v NANCY The Wesley Scotis are on a (wo week .vacation in NPW Orleans, El Campo was thp site for a Pet. rcsmHona to stores nationally famous. Faulkner Papers Weiner's sells only first quality! CHARLOTTESVILLE Vn (AP) m *. v sh °P loKelhcr,""wciner"px- merchandise. It does not handlej_ T,,,, povsl , na | nn ^ ,j te , rHry| plained. "We strive to serve our «JTS!T™1 ™, '^ C ™! dS ' '.^."iP"I»™ ol author William Knulk-l™"™'™. with honest quality '|tcr family reunion, Traveling lo ! dial city from WC were the Mar- jvln Potters, nlonR with Frank, I Jerry, and Bobby Pctter and their Weincr's Department Stores, : point out. | \Veiner's policy and promises Hint now boaslhiR 21 stores with the Sol Wcincr, merchandising and both Ihn Kreeport and I,ake Jack- addition of its latest slore in Iflke| buying director, Is proud of the 'serve the Brnzosport area with Jackson, has some solid policies, ------------------ - - - dependable merchandise. ••«* will be open nightly until .respective families. The annual ' 9 p m S() , hlU |h(? cn(|ro familv l a(fnir WBS hos(e() ,, y O( , o Bnd Ar) . j tone Petter of El Campo. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richardson and children, Joel and Mellisa, are on a three week tour to the East Coast with Cape Canaveral •r's promotions feature ""lyJnor who diedTulv 6"\vili "lie/merchandise. . ,nt the lowes't full cut. standard size, iirst-qual-!,,,„,'.„, in ,, 10 u,,^,.^,^ f vil .. ! prices, siiaranteeing a square- ily merchandise. i RJnifl , ihrarV| (he lmiv(i ;. Rity Raid Ideal for everybody." Because of its large buy! ng I Thursday. ' Wriners buys and sells more power of 21 stores, and because A spokesman for the university jPepporell sheets and pillowcases, ihirts and Brassieres able to sell al a much lower, s ,. r j p t o f Faulkner's major 'work's: wear than any other store or markup than the national retail : CXC( . p t the novel "Absalom, Ab-jK'™p of stores in the Gulf Coast, store average, company officials isalom." iWeiner said. its staff of buyers visit the major said the Faulkner papers to bp'B.V.D men's dress shirts markets of [he nation at least.sent here, and kept available for underwear, Bestform Bras every 60 days, Weiner's has hcen i study, include every known manu- : and girdles and Tnival S Sinry* nre vnealionln« In C'olcv : nnd fnmlly of Wichita F*IU mf ) 0 ' U'limpinx Hurt water skiing provn Mr. and Mi's. P. W. Snillh woj- corned n fourth grandson July M. Hie baby, born to Mrs. Ann Smllh Sehurlkr in Tolly Ryon Hospital In Richmond, wniRhrd In in be Ri-nit fun for nil. On thpl rrliirn trip, Mr. and Mrs. BORJ 9' picked up n passonRer, th»l daughter, Sondrn, of Waro, Rosi> Ann Ynurh Is to enter i i at live pounds, four ounces. Modi- Houston Ilospllnl, Montlny. or and Ron nrp dohiR fine ns IK n; -- * — *-• ' very hnppy father. Belly B u r k c It from the South Texas Baptist Orphnns Home at Beevlllc Is visitinR In the homos of Hint Baptist Cluirch members of WC. Roscoe Sweeny, Robert Daiiton), and David Clirlstlnn loft for n three day rodeo trip In Humble. Each hoy will entrr Inn rodeo as Young Steady Dating Too many adults today are. 1m mature because parent* for™ them lo grow up before they hni a chance to develop their talents abilities and capacity lor «ehi»v'» InR happiness, declnre» Dr. \Vil Ham Beach Jr., a California ps v chiatrisl. 1 bull nnd bareback riders. | He says an example in rcRi.L. V The Donnld BORVS returned datliiR between boys and Rlrls, .,. , from a varallon in Hot .Springs, yet In Iheir 'teens, which pare>:i Ark, They were 'met by Mrs. ; may think Is cute. \ as their destination. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Livingston left for Arkansas to pick up their three children who have been spending the month with relatives. Miss Camille Stary o/ Houston .is spending her vacation with her I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. .. IHardin, whlla her parents, the Ed 1 Bogy's brother, Clayton Owen! WEINER'S LINEN DEPARTMENT I S WELL STOCKED WITH TOWELS Store Mgr. Whitlow And Numerous He Ipers Have Readied Store For Opening 1 Whitlow Weiner's Manager Just two and one half years agoj son so will be moving here soon OKIN E. WHITLOW Return* To Area Opening Orin E. Whitlow left Brazosport alter spending more than two years as manager of the Weiner's Department Store in Freeport. Now he is returning to the area to become manager of the new Weiners' In Brazcsport Village Shopping Center at Lake Jackson. Tills past week ha has been directing a crew of workers In stocking and otherwise preparing the big new store for its open- Ing Monday. Since leaving Freeport, Whitlow has been associated with three other Weiner's stores in the Houston area where his family is still living. He's presently negotiating to purchase a house in Lake Jack- He and his wife, Marjorie, have four children, Kelly, Eddie, Forrest and Donald. Whitlow has Weiner's stores hall years. been with 'he for six and ona DRIVE-IN CONVENIENCE SUPER MARKET GIROUARD'S SUPER MARKET (Continued From Page 1) Weiner's Stores feature medium priced clothing and footwear fon every member of the family. . . men, women, boys, girls, and infants. There aro complete men's fur-j nishings and clothing depart-l ments. Boys wear, sizes one to 18, i occupy other departments. i Ladies dresses, coats and suits ; are featured. There are a com-j prehcnsive supply of ladies sportswear, lingerie, millinery, foundations, jewelry and accessory! items (or selection. Infants wear has a most important place, and strong emphasis is placed on a complete department lor girls. The fabrics departments are among the South's largest and; finest, including notions, drapery! and paper pattern sections. < Toys are also featured. ' Complete white goods and household d e p a rtments include lines of rugs, bedding, curtains, i drapes, blanJcets. pillows and many other items. The workman has not been forgotten at Weiner's A complete line of quality work clothes, jeans and work shoes is available. No stone has been left unturned to make Weiners a complete family department store, to serve • the family, the home, and the individual. And tho Lake Jackson Weiner's,, like all Weievr's stores, will be open every night until 9 p.m. so> that the entire family can shop and also for the convenience of! the daytime workers. With school due to start shortly, Weiner's has a complete line of new fall fashions /or boys and girls for school and play. CHURCH OF CHRIST 502 West Fourth BE 3-1859 VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL 9:00 — 11:00 August 6—10 Classes for all ages 2 yrs. — adults STARTS TOMORROW Bible Lessons Workbooks Songs Refreshments Everyone Invited TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED NEWS from the Services Pfr'C LiU-nn Pil'jeyer, son ul .»ir. and Mrs. liny Pfleeger, 1149 Fourth St., Clulc, rerenlly achieved recognition as a top Army mai-ksman by qualifying for the expert m&rksman.ship badge during range firing with the M-14 rifle in Germany. P/leeger, a wircman in Headquarters Batiery ot the '-'Xih Artillery in Bcjumholder, entered the Army in January lltfil and completed basic training at Fort Hood The 19-year-old soldier attended Brazosport High School. LOANS $60 to $2,000 AUTO FURNITURE PERSONAL TO PAY BILLS .... Doctor, dentist, clothes, household expense, auto repair*, etc. TO BUY THE THINGS YOU NEED . . . Household appliances, furniture, automobile, etc. TO CONSOLIDATE YOUR BILLS . . . Combine all your bills Into one account — pay them off in small, sensible Monthly installments EVERY DAY LOANS TO EVERYDAY PEOPLE FOR EVERYDAY NEEDS PUBLIC FINANCE CORPORATION 106 East Second St. Tarpon Inn Village Phone JOE JOYCE at BE 3-5341 Freeport ASSEMBLY of GOD trackman Road Glut* Edward Mills, F<utar 131 Wttt 4th Freeport I. C. Alien, Pastor 43* Asal*a lake Jackson Robtrt Po»hl, Pastor JOMS Creek Steven Barrett, Pastor 612 North Ave. D Freeport O. H. Doekray, Paster BAPTIST Calvary (SBC) Slaughter Road Harold Ritehey, Pastor : '" First Baptist (SBC) 123 AU*« Rd., Oyster Crtwk K. W. Campbell, Pastor North Side Baptist BOO Blk. N. D. Freeport Noble Hunt, Pastor Temple Baptist (SBC) 40o E. Main, Clate A. C. Marwell Velosco Heights(SBC) 1817 North Ave. 9. Freeport Homer Nowell, Pastor West End Bapritf ISBC) 1400 West 12th, Freeport Norman Fry, Pastor Willow Drive Baptist (SBC) 200 Willow Drive, Lake Jacksnn J. E. Jones, Pastor Shady Oaks Baptist (SBC) Garland Drive, Like Jackson David Simon, Pastor North Side Baptist (SBC) 1148 Third St., Clute O. Marion Vance, Pastor First Baptist 220 Shanks, Clute 0. T. Van Meter, Pastor SP First Baptist (SBC) 324 West 4th, Freoport Phillip R. Brown, Pastor East Side Baptist Mission 230 East 5th, Freeport Abe R. Smith. Pastor First Baptist (SBC) 401 Yaupon, Lake Jackson John H. Beard, Poster Velasco First Baptist (SBC) 20 North B, Freepon A. Gordon Johnson, Pastor Friendship Baptist (ABA) 541 East Main. Clute Carl t. Stephens, Pastor Jones Creek Baptist (SBC) Hwy. 36. Freeport L. D. Mahanay,Jr., Pastor Unity Missionary Baptist (ABA) Rlchwood Villoqe Dan Griffith, Pastor Emmanuel Baptist (SBC) 314 Aycock. Clute Cecil Duel, Pastor CATHOLIC St. Mary: Star of the Sea 101V West 6th, Freeport Fr. George Beck St, Henry's I Latin-American) 318 East Sth, Freeport Fr. Gerald Orsiil St. Mlchael'< Corner Oak Drive and Plantation Dr. Lake Jackson Fr. Georqe Beck CHRISTIAN First Christian 22o West 4th, Freeport Paul E. Russell. Pastor First Christian 450 Oyster Creek Dr. Lake Jarksoi Glenn F. Moore, Pastor CHRISTIAN SCIENCE 103 East Broad THE LORD'S WORK THE CHimcH FOK ALL ALL ran IMC CHURCH The Qiurth it the irtiltil ficlor on curfh for ihe buildini of chir- •clir «ad gaed eitijfniXifi. It i, • *terehouie of ipintui] v»luti. With- 0ul • ,lton| Oiurch. ntilhtr dc- macncy nor ci'ilitilion cm tur- >JYt. Th,,. .» io U , »u,d ttl.BB, vthj' every pcron (Hould itlend tcmcti rrsulirlj tnd Jupport rhe O.rd,. Tr,., .r<: (I) For ki. own u.i. (2) For hi, children', ,.kr. (3) For Ifc. ,.tt of hi, com- muni!? and nilicn. (4) For the u.i .r Ihi Church it.-lf. «hicr, •<cdi hit man! lad m»l<ru[ lup- port. Plin lo |9 to church rcgu- lirl; >nd rud your Bible diilj. The dignity of willing labor is one of the principles which Christianity has established among us. It is a natural by-product of a faith whose founder was the Carpenter of Nazareth, whose first adherenta were fishermen of Galilee. Those who are eager to serve God and their fellow men find rich opportunities in the life of the Church. There are tasks for a man's hands, for hig voice, for his pen, for his mind. There are needs that our offerings cannot supply . . . challenges that call for the talents and time of earnest men and women. That friendly church which inspires us on Sunday is busy with the Lord's work all week. That man in the next pew is finding new happiness in willing Christian service. Are you? Copyright 1911, Xrliter A'hmi.inj jferrltt, Inc, Striilmrj, Tl. 1 Kinr-i 1:1-9 WcdrjcttUr I Kind 9:10-19 Thuridijr Pnlrni KU0.1T Fridir Fulmi 127:14 Stturdir 1 CorintoiiM 1:9.1! THIS ILLUSTRATED MESSAGE MADE POSSIBLE BY THESE BUSINESS FIRMS . . . HARBOR FISH CO. 100 W. Iroioi •E 3-4101 FrMport GULF LUMBER COMPANY 167 South Main, Glut. AN 5-2549 FREEPORT NATIONAL BANK 103 Chtrry, Frttpert IE 3-5J41 THE CAMERA MART 522 North Suit llvd., frwport IE 3-2441 MURRELL'S TEXACO STATION 424 W. 4th, CrMport, Tt»u FREEPORT LUMBER COMPANY 123 W. Irood FfMport, Tool YOUNG'S PRESCRIPTION HOUSE 231 W. Iroad FrMport, Tun McMULLEN DRUGS 20 Iraoiport Savlngi C«nt*r Fr**port, Ttiai FREEPORT ICE COMPANY 121 E. 2nd PrMport, T*«ai WOOD TEXACO SERVICE STATION 724 Hwy 111 Clutt, Ttiai LAKE TELEVISION CENTER 34-1 Clrtl. Way, Uk* Jachwi, Ttioi CY 7-2fll GOODYEAR SERVICE STORI 222 Wot 2*4 frMpert, Ttia* CHURCH of CHRIST Center Way at Yaupon Lake Jackson Stanley Shlpp, Minister Braiorla Church Calvin E. Reed, Minister CHURCH of GOD 757 Vine date J. B, Coleman, Pastor CHURCH of The NAZARENE 102 West Sth Freeport R. Earl Cotton, Pastat EPISCOPAL St. Paul'i 1307 Wast Sth, Freeport William E. Sterling. Pastor St. Timothy's Circle Way * Oyster Creek Dr. * Lake Jackson George L. Carlisle, Jr., Pastor LATTER DAY SAINTS 441 Azalea Lake Jackson C. A. Bailey, Paster LUTHERAN Christ Lutheran (Augustana) Plantation Dr. & Amaryllis Lake Jackson Leslie A. F. Carlson, Pastor St. Paul's American 923 West 5th, Freeport Charles D. Sherman, Pastor Grace (Missouri) 1302 West Brood Freeport, Texas E. J. Stelllng, Pastor St. Mark (Missouri) (01 Willow Dr., Lake Jackso* John P. Schuli, Pastor METHODIST Flrsf Methodist 151 S. Shanks, Glut* L R. Condrey, Pastor First Methodist I tOO West Broad, Freeport Archie W. Fleming. Pastor First Methodist 404 Asalea, Loke Jackson Carlos Davis, Pastor First Methodist, Velasco (also Oyster Creek Methodist) 320 North Ave. A, Freeport Alvis M. Coleman, Paster Jr. Thomas Methodist Jones Creek, Route 1, Freepert Ferd Dawson, Poster Congregational Methodist Brockman Road, Clute Harold E. Pitts, Poster Chapelwood Methodist (Temporarily In Junior Higk) Loke Joikion Faulk Landrum.... Past** PENTECOSTAL United Pecan lane at t. Main, Clsrt* L. L. Stenosis, Pastor PRESBYTERIAN First Presbyterian 1402 West Broad, Freoport C. Knoi Paolo, Paster Gulf Prairie Presbyterian Peach Paint, Rt. 1, Freeport Kenneth L. Book, Pastor First Presbyterian 102 Yaupon, Lake Jackson John E. Topplns, Pastor SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Hwy. 211 Rlchwood Village Bob Jinks, Local Elder UNITARIAN Braiosport Unitarian Fellowship Now Meeting At ... Old Bethal Presbyterian Cbura* Srnttosi RMgt

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