The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 2, 1959 · Page 3
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 3

Freeport, Texas
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Wednesday, September 2, 1959
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_Brazo8p_or^andBra2oria County, Texas, Wed^September 8,195i Plan Meeting Thursday This f{yo¥ mitaHnrr tv t * i TAGTL HM1, ting for liieLake ** is scheduled *: Thursda V « Jasmine first meeting will be a &uslness session, the ** .•«* betoS offered aplng, by George " , s. Jack Sharer. The , <slufc Invites new members and : asks *hat members bring frl- ends^tad neighbors tothemeet- wg IS the club motto Is "Each one, (bring one." Anyone who , ^f? 1 * 1 ta PfcylnB bridge « "¥*ls asked to contact Mrs* A. N, Dean. . A. . 329 Cypress. The fee will be 25 cents er child. Mothersare ' sec '«t«*yjMw. Norman Shaw, nursery chairman! «?'i L< 5?H e Crtbt ««. devotional chairman; Mrs. Dean bridge chairman; and Mrs. Ro- bertO.. Brown, publicity. Mrs, Jones Is Honored With Surprise Dinner Mr*. Kelso , Jones of Clute was complimented with a -.ur- prise birthday party Monday night at the lake at Lake Jackson. •••"'. Mrs, Jones, a former employ-1 ee of Dow Hospital, was surprised with the dinner party by employees and former employees of the hospital. Among her many gifts was-a large decorated birthday cake and a pUr- pie orchid corsage. . • The dinner was attended by I 81 persons. . Pages r like ""^l ^ , Come s* 6 «"»* "«* teMon*, ,. shaggy look sweat- jackets i «^; d ^ted sportswear.,. come see THURSDAY STORE HOURS 9:30 AM TO 8:00 PM FRIDAY STORE HOURS 9:30 AM TO 8:00 PM SATURDAY STORE HOURS 9:30 AM TO 6:30 PM Aug. 28 is the date James Michael arrived in Dow Hospital weighing eight pounds, four and a half ounces. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. William Richard Footc, Lake Jackson. ,. • , • * Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoss i Angleton, are announcing the birth of Darrell Wayne on Aug. 28. The young man tipped the scales at nine pounds, five ounces when he arrived in Dow Hospital. From Tha Maternity War-It . -:>•—ke Jacksonite chose Aug. 28 for his blrthdate in Dow Hospital. Phillip Alan weighed 'six pounds, 15 3/4 ounces at >.'birth and he is the son of Mr. and Mr*. Thomas Graves Reed •Jr.- ' - / •• * • * * • • ,-'Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frank Meuth of Brazoria became parent! on Aug. 28 in Dow Hospital.' They have named '.heir new. arrival, who weighed five pounds, H ounces, August Martin.., i. • • • t > Something new has been added to the Freeport home of Mr. and Mrs. .Mario Pardo ; M,eza. Aurora Iferegrjiui chose Aug.-30 to arrive in Dow Hos-' pltal weighing five pounds, 13J ounces. : .• » * • j ; It'j a girl for Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Mathls Fields of Brazo-i ria. '.Seven pounds, 10 ounces 1 * a f. toe "weight recorded when Velda Elaine made her debut in Dow.Hos?!-! on Aug. 30. Aug. 13 is lucky for Mr. and >!rs. Loyd fene Key--they be- ame the parents of a daughter, letty Jean, In Brazosport Mem- rial Hospital. The youngmlss .eiRlied six pounds, four oun- :es and will make her home in ,-recport with her parents. UJiJEAD OF MASKING a window wllh dra^riM, why not us* landscaping lik. this to insur* priraer within a hom«? Inl«re«llng icre«nwork * *»• bull' wi»h w.ilern red Mdar. Two-by-four, inm Ih. nvmiwotk, are lilltd in wilh on» by ones ipacid an Inch •part. Spacing ol th* one by «n«s parmits vUw from in- Hid* cut. 'Waiting" Wear Offers Season's Favored Fashions Flatterj ana fashion, comfort and practicality are what mothers-to-be expect of their waiting" clothes — and what they will And to the new fall selections of maternity wear Since comfort and practical. 'ty are musts, and there can bo :o question of sacrillclng elthci t a J, to"**j« oriooklnpfashion. Able, designers of maternltj "lothes have become partlcu- iarly adept at interpreting current styles, in terms of the mother-to-6e's needs. Fall emphasis on necHtae und shoulder Interest Is, of course, a natural, and maternity dresses and separates blossom with the Important sleoves ? „(• K ySP ~ leB-o-nmtton, -lanjtern. bell, ppufl. to name a Jew ~ on well 4s wide collars. Ponchos, fashion favorites with definite figure-concealing :haracterlstlcs, appear as iportswear tops or as Jackets or maternity suits. Tunica :omblninB a bit of fit with full- ess where it's needed ore lopular components of salts .md two-piece dresses. Generally, the trend In maternity suits is toward the longer or walking-length Jacket. Chanel look Is seen hot only In boxy Jackets but also In braid trims for BUlts. dresses or separates. ^^ Much in demand la the one- piece maternity dress, and It Is n? w available In styles from sheath to shirtwaist cleverly c °' Jga detailed to retain a slimmer look for even the most advanced ofthe stork set I'LEATS STITCHED Stltched-to-the-hin pleat: for skirts ore an Important feature ot fan fashionsito separate*. NvtftFor You tDPI)._A taity accompaniment 'to fish or meat Is Made with canned pears and Br»- zil nuts. Drain syrup from a-39- ounce can'W pear halves into •« saucepan. Boil rapidly until '"rei duced'to I'cup.-Bemovy : jrc*i heat. Add .3 tablespoons 'leiooh juice »nd ifr teaspoon grated lemon rind. Put pear halves' In shal- 'ow baking' dish, hollow side'ub Sprinkle with Mrcup .&&„£ Brazil nuts and • a tablespoons brow sugar: Top with syrup. Bake la; •». moderate oven f350- degreej) 25 to 30 minutes. Bute occasionally. 'Serves* . Send your children to school in style! it't 1-2-3 with AFC W ° 1MO lato " I • S*« Allied for any amount up to J2.000 or moral J. Pay for booki, tuiHon, efclhw, efc. wllh caihl 3, Ropoy In jmon monMy omoufltti Wot MMf , Low Cod rojfmtnl Scheduli Allied FINANCE COMPANY • -u'OXU *. ..iiOli', j'r. IM* Man. .38 BE 3-2696 Freeport the loans ElttVB taclude to . eurance that pay your payments in case of sickness and pay the full balance In cua of death. FIRST QUALITY NYLON SHEERS! Entire Stock Mem Summer WASH 'N WEAR SLACKS • COOL DACRON-RAYON • RESISTS WRINKLES • LITTLE OR NO IRONINO • FREE ALTERATIONS REDUCED TO 99 ilte* II* to 11 Beautiful 60-eauge, 15-denler nylons you've seen advertised for much morel'Quality tailored to fit, perfectly! Light or dark seams. . SAVE! SLIPS! PETTIS! RAYON TRICOT! Wonderful for fall. Slim, Avls- co rayon tricot slips, beautifully trimmed with pleats and -lace. Get several In white,' plnK or blue. Misses' sizes 32 to to. 1 00 THE PRIDE OF PENNEY SPORT SHIRTS FOR BOYS Woven gingham pUife. Oet crisp, cool fabric. Bright looking patterns and colon. Per- manant collar stays and a stand up color. Pro-Shrunk. 1 00 lisa 8-18 Big Foam Rubber Pillow Special 3 00 H by 25 Inehet You wise hometnakerx can provide head-cradling foam for all, at Penneyi practical price! Bturdr cord - edged white muslin cover, easy-on Upper. SPECIAL VALUE PRICE! MIRACLE BLEND FABRICS Sew a skirt today! Wear it tomorrow! Rayon - Orion, rayon- Acrilan and other novelty blends with the look of wool, All hand washable, crease-resls- tant. 1 00 yard 60 Inch rkirt lengths SPECIAL PENNEY BUY! GLINTED PRINT DRAPE Good heavy weight — said more, Penney's acetate and rayon drapes are made with 10 pinch pleats, blind-stitched side hems! See lovely patterns on white. 4" <t by 81 or full 90 inches TODDLERS' CORDUROY PUN TOOS Jait 1 00 UM* IV* to 4 Lightweight, tturdyl Bed, brown, blue. Mtohlne wash, medium *et. DOZEN PACK OF COTTON DIAPERS! 2 00 1 d*tea P»<* Double wovan cotton Smooth u tfei iltln they touch I FMt drying! Specially woven to r&i*t wrtakhul 30 laches by «0 inche*. Doat mi&i th» All Wool and Wool- NYLON BLENDS SKIRT LENGTHS 1 88 54 to 60 la Lengths New looped textures! Basket weaves! Plaids, stripes, checks, solids! 100% wools, washable 85% wool, 15% nylon blends. You must see them to appreciate the value. QUALITY CRAFTED "SOLINGrSNS" 1 00 special boy! 18 wanted sizes for every sewing and house-hold project. Quality shears and scissors ... all nlvkl* plated over hot forged steel for cutting ease. Bratt-plate frame DOOR MIRRORS 5 00 FTJLL VIEW, 16 by 6«-Inehesl D«eoratlve complement for your bedroom, bathroom , . . all thru the house. Glass hts protective backing SPECIAL! 3-PIECE COTTON BATH SET 3 CO complete You get so much, pay so little! Big 24 by 36 inch rug, toilet mat, lid cover—colorful, thirsty, durable. Pink, brown, white, yellow, green, black-white. THRIFT BLANKET! NYLON BOUND 5 00 K by 90 laches Homemaken special, 3H pounds of fluffy, soft rayon and Orloa! Machine wash, medium setting. Maize, pink, green, beige, flame, peacock, blu«. SPECIAL PURCHASE Fashion RAINCOATS Beautiful, corded cottons and cotton poplins with a crisp tweedy texture, deatiled with thick dome buttons. Don't wait to sturggle- into yours. Rayon taffeta lined. Matching hat*. Misses sizes..

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