The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on August 13, 1962 · Page 3
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Freeport, Texas
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Monday, August 13, 1962
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THB BRA2OSPORT FACT MONDAY, AUOUST 13, 19*2 Miss Walker Feted Bridal Shower Miss Kathryn Walker was felon I carnation* and lily of Ihe valley ' MethodiM Church of West Colum- bin. MIsR Walker, n nurse n I Memorial Hospital In Houston, is men). China canrlle holders \vilh while Inporx were plm-cH on each side of the cenlerplere. the daughter of Mr. and Mm,' The honoree was presenter! with Charles E, Walker of West Colum- ft while rnrnntlnn corsage. Mrs. WB - j Walker and Mrs. .1. C. Winfleld, Hostesses /or the event were i mother of the groom, were pre- Mrs. Jim Scott, Mrs. Cecil Wall, [senlnd with pink carnation cor- MiX Mahle Fra/.lcr, Mrs. Billy jsages. Wolf, Mrs. K. M. Parr, Mrs. Oli'n Mrs. Phillis Rlashke registered Head, Miss Sue Ann Pierce, Mrs. the .10 guests. Sherbet punch and f Clifton Rtrolher, nnd Mrs. Mary Dee Griffin. The table was decorated with ft white cloth nnd centered with •ake were served. An heirloom bedspread was a gift from the hostesses. Miss Walker is Ihe bride-elect a wedding tree featuring minia-|of Donald Winfield of Houston, lure wcddine rings and while (They exlend invitations to their Mis topped with a bride nndj.Scpt. R, wedding through the groom. White ribbon with while I press. »Sweeny Residents Attend Reunion In Wisconsin F'ive brothers nnd sisters, chil-|ln that area, services are held dren of the late Mr. and Mrs. only from Kasler to Christmas R. S. Kelly of Moling, drove IZ.fiTl joach year, they said, miles for a family reunion hHdi Tliose attending the reunion in- in the summer home of Ihe eldesl : eluded Mr. and Mrs. Bobo Airing- riaiiKhler, Mrs. A. Hjortli at Slur-1Inn of Sweeny, Mrs. Ida K. Me- igcon Bay, Wise. jCnnkle of Rellaire, Carroll Kelly ' KiRhleen members of Ihe fami-,of Odessa, and Ralph Kelly of ly were present for !hc. reunion, i Beaumont anrl their families. The liiRhllRht of the reunion was; Ihe Sunday morning attendance] of the group at the Jacksonport \ Methodist Church in memory ol the parents. The 125 year old church slillj has its original foot-pumped organ, with the current church or- panis! being the granddaughter of i the principal organizer <if the con- 'gregatlon of charter members. I A Summer Seminar Program Is the family repnrls. j n progress this week at the First The Kelly family marie up om; iMp , hof)ist church of Freeport. third of tho congregation on this - n ,| s is , hfl anmm) yra||n a ,, tiv j Hf ,, parlicillar occasion. week. Since tho congelation of the •,•),,, Rn Frrr | rjawxon, pastor church now is mostly tourists, and o( s , •n, omas Methodist Church since winter weather is so severe in Jonps Crp( , k is , hc Kuest sppak _ "3 Methodist Young People Holding Summer Seminar Allen Academy Gives Students Fine Education The first session of the seminar will be held at (MO p.m. Tuesday, as a beach party is planned to|night for all of Ihe young people | in churches in the suh-distrirt. This event will be hosted by the Volasco -Methodist Youth Fellow ship. Discussion group leaders for the seminar programs include Bob Meek, College Group; the Rev. ant their «ont to .Archie Fleming, High S c h ool Group; and Bill I'ennington, In- Parent, who have a bettor education inveitiqflte Allen Military Acade- '; termediatcs. , my in Bryan, Texat, one of the; Mrs M prk j s | n c | )arEC „[ p] an . nation', outitandinq prep iehooli.; njnR |hp nKalg whji . h wi| , bg Room reiervationi for ne«t S«p-!ser\'ed each night. Buddy Meek tsmber »re at a record hiqh tor,is chairman of the committee to thit time of the year, 10 it it ad-]deride where the offering, taken viubU for parent! who are tin-iprid a y n | || 1( , communion service eerely Inlereited in their .on • edu-| vvl| , R0 O | hcrs on tnjs TOmmjttOT ^on 0 ",. poV.ibV. The' ,;,cc°,°. ol! ar(> Waller Snyder, Darlyn Han- Alien Academy qrrtduatai it AI* luranc* thftt your ion will A!IO profit by thii luperior training. Becauia tha •nrollment !i limited, tht clisnei are tmall. This malcet ponibla periona! luptrvttion which retulti in a hiqh academic standard. Allen Academy hai a dittinquiihed faculty, modern facilities am ion achievement. i Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Bailey of itart in the ievonth 1Sw ° Pny WPIV h ° S(S for a P i( ' nir qrade and continue through high;" pl " n ' ( ' p n tl y. t-plphratmR Ihe re- >chool and junior eolleqt. Write ;Uini °' t!lpir SO". A — 1C Jonah today for a free catalog. Term* T- Bailry and his family from and Joyce Collins. B. Baileys Host Reunion Picnic iie faculty, modern faci- i p ft nd a dellre to quid, yourj t-f\f \f\n »h. road toward ,re.ter! IUI JUI '/ may b» arranged. Alle n Military Academy MtVAM. TEXAS CUT M*J WRAMID , ARMOUR STAR HIAVT NEfi , K* YOUR FREEZER GIROUARD'S SUPER MARKET «. W. Z .-..._, Raintiro, Kngland, where he has iM'en stationed for the past three years. Airman Bailey's family Includes his wife, Helen and two sons, Jonah and Marc. Family and friends joining the Baileys for the reunion picnic were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith, and Mrs. Lyle Ferguson and sons of Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Billy H. Wallace and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. Orr Jr. and sons, Mr. and Mrs. I). N. Flickinger and daughter, Mrs. Rertha Redding, Mrs. KII/.H Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. Orr Sr. and their family, all of Sweeny. Buttons, Bows Dance The Kullnnti and Bows Square Dance Cluti will have its regular dance meeting this 'Hiesday at Ihe Knights of Columbus Hall in i'ii'iMirl. Dancing will Ix'gin at 7:.TO p.m. with Rill (licmte doing Ihe calling. Here's Why You Can Bank On Henke's A DIVISION OF THE KROGER CO. Ipecloli Oeod Monday. Tiitday, Wtflitwdsy. Rlfht to Llmll Hftikt'i buy«r bought «v»ry lt»m you M* her. In ear load, truekload, or boatload leh. W» buy by Hie eortead, trueklood and boatload. W» pots ovr savings from HIM* volume purchases on to you In the lowest pot* ilble prices consistent with Henke's high quality. Double Top Value Stamps Tuesday With Purchase of $2.50 or More Libby •B| ^^^^^^^^^1 Delicious Tomato] Cake J°i uts Juice Doz. SAVE 6e 46-Oz. Can Spotlight Instant Coffee Mlnglt Maid t,nn Orange Juice 4 ££ 75c Orange Juice "£. 37c Save 10-0z. Size SAVE lOc Swift Imported Sliced Danish Boiled Ham -.99' Swift's Lamb Chops C c^TOC Lb. Hardy Grade "AA" Cage Eggs D ±'47« Sweetmllk or Buttermilk Star Value Biscuits .. 2 ^ 15e Crisp Fresh lettuce Kroger Frozen Lemonade 10 S $ 1°° It's Ntw, Different Aqua Slide VINYL JACKETS Kith tnm 4 t* 40 will . >!M Hm* ef tlwl J««t coowct rW wofef •IW. .^ knt Hj. Mm. W y..r GAUCHO" JEANS Sl<« I* Rt9>lan w»«t SUmt • RItNrORCID AT ALL STRAIN POINTS • HIAVY-DUTY MAW ZIPPIR WHY PAY $149? IU'4-Oi. We>k ••' Wear "Whir*" Sheen Jeans.. .«"•. Heuitheld Kaiser Foil R.9.33c Cat pood 15c Morton Corn Chips Chip-O's 49c With l»an(—Auittx Chili 53c Shortening Crisco 3 -lb 1 Auttox Beef Stew 49c PRESCOn Whit* or Colon Northern Tissue 4 *«> 37c W«Ttx Wen Sandwich Bags lOc Sc Off Ton<(or Leaf Instant Tea 10c Off TMOOT Loaf Instant Tea IVi-Oi. Siic 79c Frlskle's Chicken Cat Food 15-Ox. SIlM 29c Starts Slit Premium Duz Each 55C Giant Oxydol 77c Se Off Tide Giant Slit 70c Saran Wrap Regular „"' 33c Que* Six* „"' IS' Roll HOMO Steam Iron Cleaner ............... *£ 79c

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