The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 6, 1962 · Page 3
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BRAZOSPORT AND 8RAZORIA COUNTY, TEXAS, MONDAY, AUGUST 6. 1942 THE BRAZOSPORT PACTS Editorial—Adv.—BE 3-3511— Cassifled—SE 3 241', Bible School Begins At Church Of Christ Vacation Blhlp school got un-jOrorgp Sparry, Mis. Xeh Masters, denvay this morning at the Church!Mrs. John Oliver, Mrs. Tom Mas- of Christ, 502 Wrst Fourth Street le.rs, Mrs. .Tnmrs Rpcars. Mrs. In Freeporl. j Doris Barnett, Mrs. Bohhy Gl- Theme for the school Is "Atll-jrotiard. tilde" with lessons designed to And. Mrs. Dilly R. Rogers, Mrs. "tench the word of God," church 'Howard Dickson, Mrs. Carl Wheel- officials report. er, Mrs. Wnyne Crawford, Mrs. The school will he held from 9 Retly Amrnons, Mrs. Rois Thr/m. to II n. m. through Friday and' "-S Mrs. Woxly Safford, Mrs. John there are sessions for all age Hollingsworih, Mrs. Malt Arring- lirHiips. Karh day's school includes 'on, Mrs. J. B. Wilcox, Mrs. Pres- song periods. Bllile stories, and t°n Fort, and Mrs. Carl Pugh. refreshments will he nerved dur- Ing intermission. Transportation Is available for those needing II. i The minister, Mr. John fi. Ilol- linKsworlh, is the diicclor for the Bible school. The teaching slaff includes Mrs. Marvin Hunt. Mrs. Scholarship Winners WC Girl Scout Summer Camp Slnted Aug. 13 The West Columbia Girl Scout ;I-padnrs have announced the dale Belly Ijorson, daughter of Mr. and time for summer day camp and Mrs. Hester 1-nrson of Free- session. The camp, to begin Aug. port, was awarded the working ;13, will be. held pach week day scholarship from the Tommie! from 3:.TO to 7:.TO p.m. on Glenn Craig School of Dance in Free-iYauch's property in East Co- •Open House On Tuesday 'Will Honor R. Walkers Hosts for Ihn rvont ire Mr. aiv! Mrs. Rill Burks, Mr. and Mr.. John Carter, and Mr, and Mr.. Rnv Marvin. port. MHS. (JKIIAI.I) (.IRHON Tho Former Mlm Ronnie Knyc Thompson lumliln. The achievement award went to On the agenda "ill bp swim- Renep French, daughter of Mr. jmlng and lessons of rope making and Mrs. Jnck French. and different types of knots being IniiEht to Ihe scouts. Gerald Gibson And Bride On Trip To New Orleans Girls of Troop sight and two will «ervc as aids to Ihe carnp leaders. Pioneer camping will be. enjoyed hy scouls of Troop eight and seven, under Ihe direction of Mrs. Carrie Sweeny. Mrs. Allha Davis nt Houston, soon to be 74 years of age, will participate in summer camp with The Herring Avenue Church of| Music was provided by a chorus,of honor. She wore a street length:the scouts. Christ in Waco was the setting forifrom Ihe church and the soloist, jdress of pale green organdy over; the marriage of Miss Bonnie Fayejllnrold Wilson. Selections included! taff( , ta Hcr ^address was a 'A/ffc "H "RpPVPS Thompson of Waco and Gerald! "My Own True Love" and "I _ ' organdy over taff-. A1 °* AX * Avttvca Gibson of Lake Jackson at 3 p.m. Pledge My I-ove." trown M * .fcnrlfiy. The former Miss Thompson Is, . .. .... _ Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. • the bride wore a floor length gown ilhemums with English ivy. Truetl Thompson of Kvanl, Ti-.xjof Chanlilly lace and silk organ™ Horace Driskill of I-ake Jackson nnd the groom's parents are Mr. j over taffeta, fashioned with a! was llle hr ' dp ?™ m /J**, : ..'",",' ! A going-away party was given Entering on the arm of her fa-, Iher, who gave her In marriage, |a bouquet of small while cnry eta with a green veil. She carried ! TJ nn nrpf l , ..... _, _* __ ,„!! ...kiln /.Hr-v-tan. 1 *• *-VJI.*.Vl. V-Vi. Farewell Party , and Mrs. Jay Glhson of Groesbcck, molded uodice and enhanced by Candle Tex. a decollete neckline. nd Diann Hamilton of Big Spring, ; A Rrn \. ps of " " hridc. recently in honor of Mrs. Henry Jackson. Tlie erred to their home Mr. Clicslcr Hilt performed (he Her multi-tiered fingertip veil nephew and niece of the bride. : Rccvps havc „<,,,„ transfe double ring ceremony nt an allarUvas held by n crown of orange Bnl Amanof Waco; Jack H«wKins, HoHS , on ;inrt wil | make , hpi decorated with n center arrange- \ blossoms with pearls. She carried i and ljirl V Spears of Dallas served at 1723 Pwr strppt menl of white gladioli ami nstcrs,!a cascade bouquet of miniature ils ushers. : The party was held in the Brazo- flankpd t/n each side by |adn palm!while roses. < Members at the house party for; ria nom( , rif Mrs . H . L . Johnston fees and white tapers in candel-j Mrs. Pat Hamilton of Big Spring, i llle reception that was held in the Jr , vith Mrs . George G. Badge abra. |sister of the bride, was the matron j<'.'"»th annex following the «Te- :as co-hostess. -[mony were Mrs. Frank Johnson, The refreshment table was cov- I Miss Doris Mansker, Miss Pauline ered with a cut-work tablecloth iJReid, Miss Kuth Smith, and Miss centered with, an arrangement of (iOphelia Skidmore. gladioli and magnolia. Knr a '.vcridir.;; trip to New Or.' Refreshments o! assorted sand- leans, the bride changed into a wiches and cookies were served light blue suit with white access- with Mrs. Bill Burks of Lake ones and a corsage of miniature 1 Jackson presiding at the silver white roses. tea and coffee service. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson will make i The hostesses' gift to the honoree From The Matornity Wards ..An even nine pounds was the,G. B. Garrett of Danbury. Rod-:.. . . , , ...... -,.,.1,1 <„!!„ *\*h in = «ii,.»r 9 \ their home in Lake Jackson where:was a crystal jelly dish in a silver birth weight of Mark Harrelson, ney Keith weighed seven pounds rhe is employed as a leacher at A.:holder wilh a silver jelly spoon. son oJ Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Kroll nnd 12 ounces on arrival al the p. B eutel Elementary School. She; ol Angleton. Tlie youngster was Ans'eton Hospitaj on July 15. .is a graduate of Evant High School born at Angleton Hospital July 4. Abilene Christian Finish Paneling land attended | A new Angleton resident is Tra-!College. icie Sue Lowe, daughter of Mr. He graduated from Groesbeck Wallpaper lacquer is one of the Yvelle is the name Mr. and and *'"• D - E - Lowe. The young H'K h School, received his BA de- hest finishes for walls paneled in Mrs R G Welch of Alvln have lnd >' was tx>rn at Angleton Hos- ?ree from Harding College and;prestige woods like west coast chosen for their daughter who P ilal °n July IB. and tipped Ihe his MS in education from Baylor hemlock and Douglas fir. Wallpa- was born at Angleton Hospital on :*<•"'« «' «ven pounds and three i Unlvers "y- j per lacquer adds no gloss or sheen. tfl'ly ?. weighing nine pounds andj 01 " 1005 - ; 10 ounces. • t j • * * ! Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hage- The debut of Melinda Dionne is meier of Angleton are proudly being announced by her parents, telling Mends about the newest Mr. and Mrs. Allen Morrow o( member of their family. John Phil- Angleton. Tlie young liidy arrived lip, who was born at Angleton at Angleton Hospital on July 11, Hospital on July 16. weighing tipping the scales nt seven pounds'seven pounds and four ounces, and 12 ounces. i • • • Mrs* White Honored With Brazoria Tea It's a boy! for Mr. and Mm. A recent bride, Mrs. Vernon assisted by Mrs. Joe Brigance and iWhite Jr. of Austin, was the hono- Mrs. H. L. Johnstoc Jr. iree at a tea-shower held in the; The refreshment table was cov- T 110 Population of Anglelon in- Braxoria home of Mrs. J. M. Sell- cred wilh a crochet cloth in a ^Mr. and Mrs. Jim Oriffin ot creased by one with the arrival webel. Co-hostc-sses with Mrs. plar design and centered with a »'ngleton are announcing the birth of Brenda Rence at Angletnn S<-|IWPIK-I were Mrs. E. K. Pcrrin, hrme and grcunn ami a crescent of a daughter, Bonnie Gail. Tlie Hospital on July 17. Tlie young: Mrg T , t llps Mrs Wlllj a nl shaped nrramjemcnt of yellow young lady wciglml exactly six lady is the daughter of Mr. and;^,'^' jj,,' I{ ' s s i, lnser Jr mses, while stock and lilies of the poumls on arrival at Anglelon Hos- Mrs. C. J. Gardovsky and weighed Mrs R {) ^ r{ ' Beairil Mrs Ed valley In a crystn.1 container. Re- pital on July 11. j"'x potmds and 11 ounces al birth. ;R( , ar an(j Mrs Allx ;, n ' Marshi)1 Y freshmenls, that included assort* * * * * * : --- ed nuts, mints and ixxikses, were 1 ninitllMM* OT tllP «Tofin T. Wtlliflni^ v • r. t»t > •" » i nc\inlni**nt>j jJr. family in Angle.on. T1,e Noung Mra ' Ut>ser "* le ™ "' AnKlolon ' P 011 "" 1611111 ,1-Hy weigh,,![eight pounds ami: n - ^ ^ m „, Jm)( ., Parrjsh and Wllma ini.al • on ; lrlxnlntAnKlll|rin " as - at Angleton Hospital on Julv 30. Ann llcnson served refreshments i pita! on July 17. . . , anf) Mfs „. L Q,,,^..,,, pri , si(lwl Aug. 1 was !he hirlb (hue of fit Ihe piest book. Tho honmvo Michael John, son of Mr. and Mre. was presented with a i^rsage of J. Sliefls of Angleton. Hie pink glnmellias that complement- man weighed seven pounds ed her white dress. The groom's ounces on arrival at mother. Mrs Vernon White Si. of Angleton Hospital. |Bni/i>rm. was given a corsage of resident is IMary Krma, daughter of Mr. and MIM KVKI.VN NKWAKI) Mr- OOW8H1I appniuchini; nmrrluRi< to Vereoo Curr. »i!<l.-n In »n- nounoed by her inollii'r, Mm. H««ly Rlrhinnnd Milicmcr o( fc»ek«on, Blls*. Thf |ir.i»|»-clhii (room l» th« KIUI of Mr. ami Mr«. Frant'ln Ollte HiiEili'.i »( Hufcuy, Tlw urddliiK In plannixl fur Aug. 12 at 4 p.m. al HI. Jiiim-s K,|ii»ro- pal Church In Jnrkxm. The debut i/f Christina Ortiz is being announced hy her parents, I Mr. and Mrv Alfred Ortiz of Ro-| sharon. She made her first ap-|| pearanca on July '£> ni Angleton J JHospilal, weighing in al seven! i potmds, 12 ounces. j i • • • ; ! Kenneth Roberts In the imme : Mr. and Mis. Kenneth Kllimi nfjj Anglelon have chosen for their j :son, who wns l>om al Anglelon j illnspilnl on July -"fi, weighing! nine pounds and seven ounces. :i Austin. Sh«> is tlw former Miss sfalfs at seven pounds!Judith llavle IVwning of that city eighl ounces on arrival at and be is a former Bnuoria resv FEDDERS ROpM AIR CONDITIONERSL ^- THinla Hose make CHOOSE THE SIZE TO COOL YOUR HOME 4.000 ITU—7,000 ITU—f.400 ITU—10.000 ITU 11,000 ITU—11,500 ITU—U,500 ITU )l,»0 ITU—20.000 ITU—24,000 ITU—21,000 ITU '169" Help Keep Our BEACHES CLEAN! RIMIMIIRI The Hobby House r«r ARTS MODUS CIAFT* THE HOBBY HOUSE 101 W. Iro.d Fretport (PRICES I START AT I* Fill ISTIMATIJ * IANK RATI FINANCINd * SAlfS t SIRVICI I* FRII 1 VIAR SIRVICI (Standard I Y«ar Warranty On Compr.iwrl Wl APPRICIATI YOUR IUSINISS PRESCOTT T.V. & APPL. PHONE 24-1 CIRCLI WAY 7.6334 LAKI JACKSON Mns ROIS THOMAS. MCFT. MRS. W. W. SAFI OKI) ARE TWO OF MANY TEACHERS Sliidonls Include Patricia Fort, lx>f(, nmUn Holllni;mnrlh, H. L. Animons A farewrll oppn house for Brlly and Roy Walkor will ho h"M from i? In 5 p.tn. Turwlny in \VoMry 'Hall al th(! First Mfihndist Oiurrii of I^ko Jar-ksnn. Mr. and Mrs. Walkrr will Iw moving soon to Holland whore ho is boins Iransfprro'l hy Dow Clirni- ical Company. All frionds of HIP Walkors arp invilcd (o 'jomo hy and bring their families, with invitations extended through Ihe prnss. CUT «td WRAPPEft ARMOUR STAR HEAVY BEEF - «« YOU* FREEZER GIROUARD'S SUPER MARKfT tt* W, a r WHY BUY A HEAT PUMP IN AUGUST? To Cool! Yes, an electric Heat Pump gives you perfect year around air conditioning from a single compact unit that cools, heats and controls humidity . . . automatically. It's the cooling and heating s'ystem of the future, here today. Call Houston Lighting & Power Company for full information about the marvelous all-electric central Heat Pump—plus a Free Gift Check from Reddy Kilowatt worth up to $125 to help install it. SANDY'S DOUBLE EH? BIRDS EYE TINY TATERS Lb . 3lc SEABROOK FARMS WHOLE GREEN BEANS 9 Oz 29c SWIFT CHICKEN DINNERS no . 39c BOOTH FISH STICKS.... 80z 29c KRAFT SHARP CRACKER BARREL STIX..., 00 , 49c STAMPS EVERY TUESDAY BLACK GOLD FACIAL TISSUE 2 4c r49c KRAFT MINIATURE Marshmallows ' 2 60 ^ 35c KRAFT STRAWBERRY PRESERVES I80z 49c KOUNTY KIST GOLDEN CREAM-STYLE CORN 3 c3 o°°47c LA HOMA CUT BEANS....40^490 LAKE JACKSON PRICES GOOD MONDAY. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 7 & 8 GOIDEN RIPE FRESH COLtARD a • ^ GREENS | LB BUNCH 10 VARIETY FAMILY PACK SLICED «* flfl. I SLICED * LUNCH MEAT 2-98 c |BEEF LIVER SWIFT ORIOLE SLICED LB. SLICED u, 59c "PIECE" LB. GRADE "A" LARGE DOZ. Margarine.... . S< ? L .'° . B ^. N . D . L !. 10* Red Plum Jam. .^. .™?fc« 25* PLASTIC BOTTLE ^"\ p- CLOROX...^..65 I LIQUID JOY 12-OZ. PLASTIC BOTTLE CREAM DEODORANT f\ f\ SECRET... M .^39 COMET SPIC 'N' SPAN CAMAY CLEANSER . ^ SOAP /. Cans J J C 29c 29c CAMAY SOAP 2 SS 2lc ZEST BEAUTY BAR Bath Bars ZEST LAVA BEAUTY BAR +C SOAP O Reg. On O Reg. 9 n /. Bars L 7 U L Bars L J L- IVORY SOAP IVORY SOAP IVORY SOAP Shortening .<:'". 3 - 69 CARNATION BRENTWOOD Homo Milk 43' 79 B 11 I

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