The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 2, 1959 · Page 2
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 2

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 2, 1959
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Page 2 <-j. Jo Iris Compton fl Fated At Shower The Freeport home of Mrs. 0. A. Scrogin was the scene of a bridal shower recently honoring Miss Jo JrJs Corripton -who will become Mrs, David Reese Frank on g«»t, 5. Miss Comptorti her mother, Mrs. J. V, ComptOn! h«r •grandmother, Mrs. I. W. Christian of Gonzales and'the tn-l tended groom's mother, Mrs. R. A, Frank were presented corsages of white carnations by the hostesses. The refreshment table was covered with white linen and its centerpiece was an arrnngernent 6f white, mums cascading nut of a huge Wedding bell. - , .: ,; i Other floral arrangements were used throughout the Hv-! ing room and den. Miss Karen Borup served punch, Miss Sheila Volkeniny poured coffee, Mrs. Stella ToIIner served cake, end Miss Barbara Lorfing registered the guests. Approximately 30 guests called during the evening] Co-hostesses for the evening were Mrs, O. A. Scroein Mrs. W. B. Helwlg. and Mrs. V. B. Volhenlng.- Need Lunch Ideas? For Lunch Box Treat Try Junior High Jim J)andy County, Texas, Wad, SenfemfeW 2,1969 BHIDE-ELECt IS SHOWER HOHOREE From Ltfi, Mrs. Scrogin, Hono r«« Mii< Compton, Mrs. Helwig _ • . . _..-•. Photo By Rod Lewis Bags Take Cue From Apparel Styles Smooth glowing leathers and fim pend upon the textureanu color 01 bjgs. detailing highlight elegantly tai- the leather itself for their beauty. Sleek leathers and silky sued lored fall handbags that take the!) Ornamentation is almost non-ex- are favored for dressy bags, wh cue from the tailored look in ap pare!-and leather shoe styles Most of the new handbags de- Sea Your Local bealer Today WWllOJUii J-TlM World's Most, I powerful Air-Condltioper | BOB ROACH ELEO, CO Phone- BE 3-4381 istent, except for small gold or brass closings, corner studs or buckles used sparingly on somi For the BEST in ... • W»U-To-Wal) Carpets Tackless Installation by experts. • Custom made Drepes Installed Complete Including hardware • Interior Decorator Service DARWOOD'S 119 W. 2n4 Freeport ile grained leathers are seen ex tensively in large totes, drawstr ing pouches and other casua bags. Horizontal box bags, satchel and puff pouches are plentifu The' shoulder bag comes back t town in Soft brushed, smooth o grained leathers, with a more la dylike look-flatter with smalle trimmer closings, Generally, bags are medium'! size-roomy, yet small enough t suit the new season's elegance Exceptions to the trend to sma; ler bags are travel bags, andco cktail clutches. The travel ba often in pouchy, soft unlined lea (her, doubles as apocketbookan a week-ender CWK? 69t 3 IB, CAN SVE STH8P GUDIOLA CAKE BEANS URGt Kt. 2% CAN TTOfJ FRUIT COCKTAIL IETTV CROCKEk FUDGE FROSTING 29 IROOKDAIE -^ SAlMONiAucAN 49 1 PICK-A-POP -"fRHzt THEMIHTHEIAG-8IHAIOX LMA WHOIE GREEN M ^ BEANS No. 303 CAN I 9 .29' 10 IBS CALIFORNIA POTATOES TOKAY RED GRAPE* 2 IBS CARROTES CRISP -> CELLO FARM RIPE ISP " V* IW I5MAIOIS_ 2 LBS HOMINY^ ^"29< VNCIE WlUim N t . jog Ull PORK 4 BEANS' (0120 AlMt SFECUID Hi. 300 UN BUTTER BEANS 3 _ AIMA DRY No. 300 CA? •lACKEYE o KAsi j^ <A PIAS 29< ROSEDAIE-WHOLE KERNEL CORN 2 rot 29< FRANKS SAMUEL'S PICNIC HAMS SMOKED LUNCHEON MEAT HATH SPICED JjAMBURGER FRESH GROUND JEST CRAPE LB 109 LAKE JACKSON HWY PHON£ AN 52|| , CL Can you pass the luuchbox nu trition-flavor teat? If your youngsters have reach ed the junior high level, you might say that you've run out of new and nutritious food ideas for lunch. Packing lunches can belt-happy experience though, when the process becomes a test of in genuity. It can be fun, or a com plete bore. It all depends on th e approach. To get a hcai start and make it fun for both you and the youngsters, pack this Junior High Jim Dandy suggestion away in your recipe plans for fall lunchbox surprises. Picture fresh slices of buttered rye bread, chock full of a delicious, energy building filling and you have Junior High Jim Dandy. The filling is a "stick-to-the-ribs" combination of chopped hard cooked eggs, shredded cabbage, Swiss cheese strips and chopped ripe olives, well blended with'one third cup of dairy sour cream and a measure of salt. Glassware Is RightAccenf EffeoHye decor demands accessories ,— and accessories carefully chosen to harmonlM • • ^T •»•••"—•»« tr**ittt\* ««* uavt Meeting- all these • requirements are sparkling pteces of American handcralted? glass. As accessory items,;they offer vibrant colorings and complete flexibility, .fbojnir IbbuTeaiUy movable and designed lor a variety of practical uses as well a* decorative appearance. Mantels are- usually the most prominent spot In a living room, and an Ideal place to use nterestlngly- shaped, handsomely colored glaas accents. Bookcases and wall shelf units benefit trom the color and contrast provided by glass terns. Arranged amonr books, hand-mad* glass object* can create a personal atmosphere and add a softening touch to he wall area. .; • Since room dividers are usu- aUy placed In a spot where hey get eya attention, accessories arranged on this type of unit should be parttduTwly decorative, both inrahape and olor. Handwrought glass used on a room divider will gi»» an almost stained glass effect when sunlight or electric lights play on the pieces. For "quicker" preparation, cook the eggs ahead to allow time for cooling and easier chopping,. Cut the Swiss cheese strips, and chop the olivet, wr* apping In waxed paper or aluminum -foil until ready, to use, For'additional flavor and variety, 'add tasty tidbits on wooden picks, v Combine, a Cheddar cheese'Cube with a pickle coin and ol!v«, ORmakeamin- ature fruit kebob by centering a Cheddar cheese stuffed prune on a "pick" and framing with candled cherries. Easy and delicious eating. Then add a pint of cold milk and freshly baked' brownie chews to complete this luscious lunch. Who knows? Maybe this Jim 'Dandy lunchbox will be instrumental in getting that straight "A" report card. . Junior High Jim Dandy 4 eggs, hard cooked 1/2 cup shredded cabbage 1/2 cup Swiss cheese strips 2 tablespoons chopped ripe olives 1/3 cup dairy sour cream 1 teaspoon salt ' 8 slice* rye or oatrnttlbread,' buttered • : .- -,.-. Chop eggs and combine with cabbage, Swiss cheese, olives, dairy sour cream and salt. Divide into 4 part* and spraad gr, 4 slices of buttered bmdi-Tor. with other 4 slice*. •• • SEEING TRIPLET Blrihdiy c.Ubrailoni w.r. In erd.r Mondayon Hi. I r.l birthday, ol Ih* itlpl.l.daughters of MM. Billy Don Clover, of Lalf. J««k.on, From Mi. Joey. lyjin Su*. Joeku.lln. Clean, «nd Jncklfnn Kir Pool po>. T" h "I* 1 * M* 1 *'™ 11 " 1 L ti ; ^ °"" r *• >•••'«» «>• J*" togtapher. foi. Glew had to run out imr borrow a hl B > chair » ih« Irlpleti uiutlly hav* to ihar* ih* two Ih.y havt, A big birthday eak. wai nrv«d from a iabl« Uld with a pink lln.n cloth. Tw.lve gutits, Including a Ml , of iwln>. Donna and Donna Hii»U, htlp.d ih* trlpliti e«l«brai*. "Tour" Highlights Church Meeting A ;by a guest jpea- j ^-* CJ Mrs. Swett Is Honored M Cliiie Stor^S[iow||| A storlt shower'honore^*Mrs. J. L. Swett of Clute, Monday night, The event was held in he home of Mrs. J, S. Guest with Mrs. R. L. Lookingbill as :o-hostess with Mn. Guest. The home was decorated; In jink and blue for tht occasion and the hostesses presented the lonoree with a pink and. blue arnatlon corsage** •' . . -,V About 15 guesti, -wives ''bJ mployees of .•puiw-i'Chemlcal Company'n Chlorine III Department, presented Mrs. Swett with gifts. Refreshments of coffee, Cokes, and cakes decorated with storks and safety pins were served. A by a guest ipea ker who has'recently returned from England was the hi- ihlight 'of the recent- genera Fellowship meeting of Freepori First Christian Qmrch. The Business and Profession*' Women's Guild of the church Were hostesses for the meeting that was held in Fellowship Hall Mrs. Ed Grant, Fellowship worship chairman, gave thede- rotional on "Growing in Chri stian Faith and Love," the steps in a growing Christian's life was represented on the Worship center by a lighted candle and an open Bible. . Mrs. R. A, Piersall, service 'chairman, -distributed layettes to be rrt»de for a Mission Station in Gahna, and will be serit through the Council of Church Women. 'Mrs.'A'.Ri Harrison, leader of Group. I, reported the group plans for the cbmingyearwhich GOING VEST Many lubteen skirts, as well _i tapered pants, have their own matching- vest! or jerkin; BILLY GRAHAM FILM SCHEDULED UNDAY AT FP BAPTIST CHURCH Evangelist Billy Graham's la- est motion picture "The Heart 3 a Rebel" is scheduled for its ocal showing at the Freeport "Jrst Baptist Church at 7:30 p. i. Sunday. The new feature-length color reduction stars Ethel Waters, Seorgia Lee, and John Milford. The Brotherhood Organization f Freeport First Baptist Ch- rch is sponsoring this film. The story is based on a con- WOllD WIBI HCTUIM fillutll THI DRAMATIC •Ilir ORAHAM ^VANOIUITIC HfARI is a REBEl .,o,,,,, u EIHtt HfllfRS CLBKGIA L£[ • IOHN MILIUHD "itn tt.e On 1 1 OH«H«M H«M AUSUTSI flict in the Ufe of a modem young couple when the husband, an advertising executive, can't find a place in his scheme-of- things for his wife's sudden acceptance of the Christian faith, in a completely "down-to-earth ' sating the situation provides a dimension of reality seldom afforded a religious motion picture. Ethel Waters add* a luster to her long career in the role of the practical nurse who exerts a profound influence on the young couple through her day-by- day faith in God! A film highlight is Miss Waters rendition of VHI, ^ e I» On The Sparrow" and the spiritual "Motherless Child", Georgia Lee and John Mil/ord give striking portrayals at the young married couple. Georgia Lee's previous per(°T,1 ces ,J? ^'OUtown, u. S. A/', "The Crescent and The Cross", "The Flame" as v*M as her recent entry into the sacred recording field, have endeared her to audiences around the world. Jane Withers makes a r»re guest appearance in the role of * sales girl in a Urge toy store. One of the foremost child stars of yesteryear, Miss Wipers has taken tlrne out of both busy domestic life as well as an active onein her churchand with the rtollywood Christian Group. of which she is a'director 'The Heart Is A Rebel" provides a "front row" perspective 9f the Graham team ia the Crusade jetting of Madison Square Garden, New York Cltyr The dynamic preaching of the ev'an- getfst Is augmented bythesing- fag of Georg« Beverly Shea and the music of a 1500 voice Crusade Choir under rtedirection « Cliff Barrows. 'Jor.pprtion of the CWF Budget. /The Guild president, Mrt.Ray Robjsbn introduced the guests speaker, Miss Joe Bess Jen- lings of Lake Jackson, who has recently returned from London, gngland; where she-taught in :he Air Force 'Base'School. Miss Jennings, reported that during' her stay in London she Md the pleasure of meeting the ^ueeri of England and her bus* 1 band. Tftey were 1 oft. a hunting trip at Snadringham Castle, one of the royal houses, and Miss Jennings was visiting friends nearby. . ' The .speaker said the Queen was a lovely person and chatted quite friendly, asking numerous questions about the United States an'd especially aboutTexas, After, a descriptive talk about her stay tavEhgland, she took the members on a plane trip, via colored picture slides, ov LAKB JDNAliKA, H. C. (UP» -TOO much. M wm u too little, in womia'* wear apptrtntlr wai • concern o/ church Utdui ITS years »go. ,, , Rul« adopUd at th« ornnli*. tlonsl meeting of tht Methodlit Church in America In 1714 Included the following; "Qive n<> ticket* /to sathodiJt locletl-O to any till they h«v» left off suptr- fluoui ornaments. Allow no tx- empt o»se, not even *.-)«Mrit(J woman. Qlvt not tlelcet'to any that wear high h«ads, enormpiw bonnets. ruffl« or rln«." . er the snow-covered Alps in Switzerland, through Italy, Greece,. Istanbul, Lebanon, .on to. Isreal and Jeruseletun. They were taken for a visit n the Holy City, and walked lirough the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus prayed, climbad Mount Olive. Through the' slides members also isited Bethlehem and saw the place.where, Christ was crucified." They watched the she- iherds tending their flocks on the hillside, the same as they did hundreds of years ago. After making an imaginary flight to Egypt, they r,ode camels to see the Great Stone Face and the Pyramids, entered the tomb of Kins Tut, saw the golden masks and other articles which were entombed with, the dead hundreds of years ago. The group went on to the worlds Fair in Brussels sightseeing, and viewed exhibits from countries all over the world. They were then taken back to England to see the Royal Guard standing guard at the palace of the Queen. Fellowship members report that Miss Jenlngs is an able narrator and the trip was equal in beauty and description to "Around the World In Eighty Days,?' Refreshments of coffee, punch, cookies, potato chips, avocado dips were served by Mrs. Ju- 'ian- HInton and Mrs. Grant. Friday 2 to 5 P.M. 3 HOURS ONLY Fridoy, Sept. 4th, 2:00 P.M, To 5:00 P.M. . Sensational Offer Facsimile DIAMOND RINGS , , EVANS WALGREEN DRUGS ISO WEST BROAD PH. BE Mill With This Coiipon And Only Look What You Can Find At These Prices! CHILDBEDS SHOES - BOY'S to Size 3 LADIES rLATB - - Hand Bag & Purges PENtfY LOAJ-ERS - - OXFORDS TENNIS SHOES — CURL'S Oxford, white ?OYS HI0H TOP - Tennis Shoes - 2.49 Any Combination of 2.90 Shoes — 2 pair 500 - MEN * BOYS - Sheirert Shoe* art telling the Stylet tbli U. ih..,.r . rmt « U.t-B B t Buyl POINTED TOE VurnUbe4 Green Tan • Brown Bltck Te Hitch AND OXFORDS for men and boys SHEARER S »P6 9W(J BlVD.V next to Poit Office _ No> 790 5 90 6 SHOE STORI

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