The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 12, 1962 · Page 12
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*HE BBAZOSPORT FACTS ft" •T* U. ,J. E. KOBERSON pilot TrninfR ^'rtf? "CHARLIE MA/AC Homo On Ix-nve , 'NEWS from the Services »»—••••••_••_•__•____».• i REESE AFB, Tex. - hcc'ond j Lieutenant Joseph E. Roberson of Rosharon, has entered United} States Air Force pilot training i here. j Lieutenant Roberson, a graduate of Marshall High School, Angleton, will fly T-37 and T-33 jets during the year-long flying train- Ing course. He also will receive special academic and military training and will be awarded the silver wings of a pilot upon graduation. The lieutenant, a member of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Roberson Sr., Route 1, Rosharon. Charlie "Chuck" Mazac, son of Joe Mazac and the late Rosia Mazac of Dancigcr, was home on leave from M. P. Training School in Georgia recently. After Mazac finishes a six week training period he will be reassigned to a stationary post. Selmnn Appointed f o'V.F.W. Group A Freeport man, T. C. Sclman, has been appointed a member of the National Council of Administration of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States committee on national by-laws, rules and procedure and ritual. Selman will serve during the! V.F.W. National Convention to he 1 held in Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 12 through 17. The appointment was announced by Robert E. Hansen, commander-in-chict of the Veterans or Foreicn Wars. In making the announcement, Hanscn said, "It is \vith a great deal of pleasure that I appoint j Selman to serve on our commit- j tee on National by-laws, rules and| procedure and ritual. j "He has been a reliable worker | for the V.F.W. and I know that! he will do an outstanding job on this committee. U is workers of his caliber that enable the V.F.W. to serve our n a t i on sn oifec- tively." Angleton School Gets Field House One of the major Improvements : in the plant facilities 1 in the An?-, leton School District this year is construction of a nesv field house and classroom at the Marshall School. The one-story buildin? contain-! about 2,610 square feet, and is built of brick exterior walls, has re-enforced concrete slabs, built- up passageway, structural clay tile, unit heaters and ventilating fans. Superintendent 0. V. Mo Daniel said. Contractors lor the building are Jones and Picarrl of Krreport. ' Mermod C. Jaccard of Anc'cion is the architect. Cr.nlrart price of ! the structure is $31.:;59.")n. Drum Major Chosen Linda Akers has been chosen drum ma.'r.T for the Anglcton Junior High S'jh(xil Band. Self-iif-fl as ncad t\\irler for the gioup is Patsy Clark. Oilier twirlers Hie if he Jennie- Wilkins, Becky Rii'.'e, Donna Klaxon, Donna Brock and Martha Boone. Dixie Grounds will be alternate. AT BOVM WEINER'j 0. FREEPORT & LAKE JACKSON Limited Quantities Whil- Supply Lasts! MONDAYMAGNETS Brazos port Village Center, Loop Rd.. at Plantation Lake Jackson 213-19 W. 2nd ST.-FREEPORT OPEN NITES 'TIL 9:00 P.M. LADIES' MID-SUMMER DRESSES REDUCED FOR CLEARANCE, WERE 5.99-14.99 4,00 7,500 hotter dresiet reduced. Wonderful cool lummer fsiMoni of all ilyles. including nationally known top brandi. Juniori'-MIssei' Half liies. LADIES 1 POPLIN CAR COAT, WERE 7.99 AND HIGHER , 5.QO Meal for fall day« ahead. Outstanding value! Fully lined, watar-repellentl Style- right fashions. Black, tan, olive. Junior and Missel' liies. LADIES' WOOL TOPPERS, WERE 10.99 AND MORE Perfect for fall. Fully lined. Black and assorted colors. Excellent styles. $1.00 will £ QQ hold this purchase in lay-away. *'• " * LADIES' 2 AND 3-PC. SUITS, WERE 5.99-10.99 2 and 3-pc. Lightweight fabrics in cottons, rayons or blend). Dark and pastels in lolids or prints. Juniors' and Misses' liies. JUNIORS'-MISSES' VALUES TO 5.99 BLOUSES—CAPRIS—SKIRTS Incredible reductions on these timely, fine makers blouses and skirts. Many thousands to choose from. Come early for best selection ... all colon and lues. JUNIORS'-MISSES 1 VALUE TO 12.99 BATHING SUITS Entire better Jloek of bathing suits drastically reduced. Plenty of hot weather «hoad. Come early for best selections. Latest fashions and colors. All sixes. JUNIORS'-MISSES 1 VALUE TO 12.99 SPRING-SUMMER SKIRTS Entire stock of better makers skirts reduced for clearance. None higher. Tu;.-,cn- dous selection from America's leading makers. All colors and liiel. JUNIORS'-MISSES' VALUES TO 3.99 COTTON KNIT T-SHIRTS Drastic reductions taken from our own stock. Many to choose from. Come early LADIES' VALUES TO 2.50 SUMMER PLAYCLOTHES Incredible value* taken from our own itocfcs. Scoop them^up at fhii low Weiner'i price. Many thousands to choose from. All colors and sixes. JUNIORS'-MISSES' VALUES TO 6.99 2-PC. SETS SPORTSWEAR Pedal pushers, eapris, Jamaica and skirt sets. All drastically reduced. Conr> Mrly For best selection. All colors and sites. LADIES' VALUES TO 4.99 CARDIGAN AND SLIP-OVER SWEATERS Lowest price ever on these fine makers' sweaters. Come early for best i«l:." • Ideal for wearing now through fall. All colors =nd site*. TODDLERS'-LITTLE GIRLS'-GIRLS 1 VALUES TO 2.99 SUMMER SLEEPWEAR Baby dolls and pajamas in prints and solids. AH machine washable. Sites 4 to '1. TODDLERS'-LITTLE GIRLS'-GIRLS' VALUES TO 3.99 2-PC. PLAY SETS Choice of many from top makers. Jamaicas, pedal pushers, capri sets, all d.:i- tically reduced! All colors, sizes I-4 and 3-I4. LITTLE GIRLS'-GIRLS' VALUES TO 1.99 BACK-TO-SCHOOL BLOUSES All cotton ... all drastically reduced. Sanforized, machine-washable. Sizes 3 to 14. INFANTS'-TODDLERS'-GIRLS' CORDUROY CRAWLERS, CREEPERS, STRETCH TITES, FLANNEL PAJAMAS, VALUES TO 2.50 Tremendous savings right at the start of the fall season. Many thousands to choose from. Sizes 6-24 months. 2-4 and 3-14. INFANTS'-TODDLERS'-GIRLS 1 VALUES TO 1.99 PLAYWEAR Capris! Jamalcasl Blouses! Pedal Pushers! Polo Shirts! Tremendous reductions! Big selection all colors and sizes. LITTLE GIRLS' AND GIRLS' VALUES TO 5.99 COTTON DRESSES Choose from many prints and solids. Idea! for school wearing. Sizes 3 to 14. LITTLE GIRLS'-GIRLS' VALUES TO 2.99 BATHINC- SETS JUNIORS'- MISSES' COTTON BLOUSES loo Vduw to 2.50 Chooi* fi 4.00 2.00 * 5.88 4.00 T.50 1.00 3.00 1.66 1.00 1,50 1.00 1.00 77c 2.00 JUNIORS'-MISSES' FAIL Scoop up these wanted maker and > fine fabric skirt* now, before the start of the Fall season. Top makers, latent'colors, highest fashion, all LADIES' 100% WOOL or WOOL AND LAMINATED BLENDS FALL COATS 14 Were 19.99 and More— 99 • 100*4 wooll or "oil *"d new laminated blind. In dreliy or t.ilor.d ilyln. All Milium or Timp-Kiiiilo lined. Chooie from black and ntw (all ifcadai. Minn' and Junior iii«i. $1.00 Deposit Holds This Coot In Lay-Away! 2 m «i . i* from rtioujandi of pl«!n« And itoek reduced for 4n«t« fhr«» d«yi only. S!w« 3 t« U. INFANTS'. TODDLERS'^ 2-PC. fAU 2 00 Entire i»o«k of erawlort, er»*psri and tlaeki, Chooje torn dark cotton* «nd cotton corduroys, Allt»h«v« m«UM«9 *°P'' $'»» 6 to ! 8 Mot. and V Jo "14, • , INFANTS' - TODDLERS' - GIRLS' FALL SWEATERS 1 55 • Entire stock r.dueod for rhoie thrte days only, Chooie from Orion Acryliet end Ban-Lon Textured Nylon cardigan and slip-on ifylas. All colors and styles. Siiei 6 to 18 mot, ana I to 14. (tegular 1.99 VISCOSE TWEED ROOM-SIZE RUG SALE! A SIZE FOR EVERY ROOM FOR YOUR HOUSE! WITH BUILT-IN FOAM RUBBER PAD! Room Size Rug 9'xl2' Regular 24.88 19 Oversize Rug—12'x15'—Regular 39.88 34.88 18'x24' UTILITY RUGS 50 e 27' I 48' THROW RUGS I'. 9 2'if RUG RUNNERS 2'.' 2'x5' RUG RUNNERS IV 2'xlZ' HALL RUNNERS or 4' x *' SMALL ROOM SIZI 4V 100% Viicoi* r*yon foam back, lolutlon dyid-brown, biigt, grt»n, bUck, candy ttrlp*. Il"il4" to 12'xlS'—bound on *ll tldii. SAVE $6.00 EACH ON MANUFACTU QUILTED Save Vi [ Plenty of hot swimming weather ahead. Siiei 3-14. 1.50 59C yd 2 yds 1.00 2 for 5.00 VALUES TO 98c YD. AND HIGHER FALL COTTONS AND ARNELS AND COTTONS All premium quality on full bolts. Darlctone Arnel Triacetate and cotton checks and woven novelties. Fait prints, cotton satins, combed broadcloths, wash 'n' wears. Solid cotton, reverse twists and combed broadcloths. CLEARANCE—ENTIRE STOCK REG. 99c SUMMER FABRICS Hopsacking, Textured Prints, Textured Solidl, Miracle Blend Print], Arnel Triacetate and Cottons, Cotton Satee.is, Cotton Seersuckeri, Cotton Satins, Cotton Sport Deniml, Dan River Dri-Dons. CLOSEOUT ENTIRE STOCK! ORIG. 3.99 EMBOSSED SPREADS 100% cottons in assorted colon. Twins or double. CLOSEOUT ENTIRE STOCK! ORIG. 1.99 CAFE CURTAINS Prints or solids—assorted colors. I 00 % cottons, BOYS' REGULAR 99c SHORTY PANTS 2-pocket styles, alt machine-washable. Cotton Woven Cords, Cotton Poplini. Cotton Denims, Textured Fabrics. Some with zipper fly. Sizes 2-8. BOYS' REGULAR TO 5.99 DRESS PANTS Terrific value group! Many perfect for all year round wear! Outfit the boy t-'' -v for bacl-to-sr.hool. Sizes 1-18. ENTIRE STOCK BOYS' REGULAR TO 2.99 BETTER SPORT SHIRTS Laqe group Cotton Broadcloths, Polished Cottoni, Woven Ginghams, Embroidered Challis. Cotton and Cotton Cupionis—in prints, solids, woveni, novelties—in ill the latest colors, styles and fabrics. Sizes 1-18. CLEARANCE! BOYS' SUITS AND SPORT COATS Boken s:.-3s I to 18—colors in solids and fanciei. Nat many left, get wrig. ^t f|f| your, while the, last! tO 12.99 "t.UU MEN'S REGULAR 1.99 SHORT SLEEVE SPORT AND KNIT SHIRTS 2 «« 3.00 Sport shiris In solids, pUids, fancies, trims. Knit ihiris in solid of fancy waives, placket front or fashion colors. Sizes S-M-L. MtN'S VALUES TO 3.99 SHORT SLEEVE DRESS, SPORT AND KNIT SHIRTS Fine collection! Buy several at this terrific price for many months of warm weather ahead. Many styles, colors and fabrics. Siiei S-M-L. MEN'S REGULARLY 2.99 SHORTY PAJAMAS Choice of embossed cotton or cotton batistes. Wash 'n' wears. Solid) or prints. MEN'S REGULARLY TO 3.99 SWIMWEAR Boxer, beach boy And square leg stretchee styles included. Range of patterns *nd MEN'S VALUES TO 3.99 WALKING SHORTS Finely tailored m*n's walking shorts in Uy or side tab models. 100% cotton fabrics in woven, solid or novelty weaves. Sizes 23 to 44. MEN'S VALUES TO 25.00 SPORT COATS Ddcron polyist«r and wool blends. All-wools, wool and Orion Acrylic bUndi. 3-bulton mocUli. Sumro«r and year round weight. Regulars, longs. Siiei 36 to 44. I e Many Light and Deep Tone CLOSEOUT! EADS A large' , „, • Cottons, Rayon Taffetas, Acetafe, Sailcloths •alsTshadow Stripes, Solids co)ot>, styles, fabrics! SALE! MEN'S DRESS SLACKS 1h«t« ttmillc too' j will fine quality* In iviry piifl 12.99 Values 7°.° uilo'td 65V. Ducron . 4SV. wool lUctl ! ih.dii. Ferliet fi>. to 42. Values to 9.99 00 5°. c did 30*» Dicron • I c r bUndi. li«dy SUn 21 to 42. Values to 7.99 4°.° .cron Poiyett.l l.fon ilicki. (I4d( W.in 'n «..n. M»ny Sim il to 42. School Days Special! MON.-TUES.-WED. — ONLY — REAL WESTERN-STYLE BOYS' BLUE JEANS * REGULARS 4 to 16, odd and even * SLIMS A to 16, odd and even * HUSKIES Waist 25 to 32'/i Regular to 2.49 Your Choice 99 Pr. 1 12V2-OZ. COARSE WEAVE DENIMS Copper riveted! Complete lize range! Sanforized! Swing pockets! Zipper frontil i FALL Fabrics! BACK TO SCHOOL SPECTACULAR1 Brand-New Shipments Just Arrived! FALL COTTONS • PRINTS • SOLIDS Regularly 49c to 69c Yd. 00 3 Yds. For • Premium Wash 'N' Wear Fall Prints • Luxury Solid Color Cotton Broadcloths 1

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